Here are 5 HOT SPOTS in MIAMI to take your Yacht

Do something special this summer and charter a yacht in South Florida with your loved ones. Miami is the place to go if you’re a boater who wants to see and be seen, thanks to its beautiful waters, stunning city skyline, eclectic restaurants, and lively nightlife. There is a plethora of incredible destinations accessible only by water in the Miami area, but we focus on just a few that are worthy of your yacht charter.

Ancient Coconut Grove

Historic Coconut Grove is a tropical village that will not disappoint those seeking a true taste of the Miami way of life. Since its inception in the 1800s, Coconut Grove has been drawing tourists from all over the world to its little paradise on the bay. Dinner Key Marina, on Biscayne Bay, is an ideal place to dock your yacht. Over 500 wet slips and 200 moorings are available to boaters at Florida’s largest marina, Dinner Key. Short strolls will take you to The Grove, the trendy shopping and nightlife district of Coconut Grove, and the world-famous CocoWalk. There are quaint shops, high-end restaurants with outdoor seating, and picturesque bay views all around you.

Miami’s River District, SeaSpice

The Miami River District is quickly becoming one of the city’s most popular entertainment districts, thanks to its abundance of hip eateries, trendy bars, chic boutiques, and other attractions. It’s common knowledge that Miami is a magnet fo elite, so if you’re cruising the Florida coast on your yacht in the hopes of spotting a famous face, there’s one spot you can’t miss. Sea Spice is a restaurant and lounge with a spectacular setting on the Miami River, perfect for those who want to combine a meal with a cruise on a luxury yacht. Famous for its lavish Sunday brunches and romantic dinners at sunset, Sea Spice is a must-visit in Miami. Sea Spice is a celebrity favorite due to its delectable seafood, inventive cocktails, and breathtaking views, which have attracted the likes of Martha Stewart, Justin Bieber, and Cuba Gooding Jr.

Miami’s Central Business District

The heart of Miami is another top boating destination, and you can get there from Miamarina in Bayside. Miamarina is a small marina with 130 deep water slips that can accommodate boats up to 150 feet in length, making it one of the largest in the area. The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway runs right through the middle of it. You will be right in the middle of Bayside Marketplace once you disembark, which is essentially an outdoor mall with numerous shops, cafes, restaurants, and even a movie theater. The American Airlines Arena, which is the home court of the NBA’s Miami Heat, is conveniently located next to the marina. It’s hard to imagine a more ideal evening than one spent sipping cocktails on your yacht before disembarking to watch the Miami Heat play or attend a concert at the arena.

The Beaches of Miami

Slip into the Miami Beach Marina for a taste of the unforgettable nightlife and glitz of Miami Beach. The Miami Beach Marina has over 400 slips for yachts up to 250 feet in length, and it is conveniently located next to Government cut. Convenient transportation links put you near some of Miami’s most popular attractions. The Art Deco District of Miami is a must-see for its rich history, stunning buildings, and thriving retail and dining scenes. Being in South Beach puts you in close proximity to the area’s vibrant nightlife, beautiful people-watching beaches, and outstanding five-star dining establishments. We have a conveniently located office in Miami Beach, so if you’re thinking about selling your yacht or upgrading, you can come see us.

In Key Biscayne, at Crandon Park

You can take the family to Key Biscayne, a gorgeous island paradise just off the coast of Miami, for a more relaxed Miami atmosphere where you can all reconnect with nature. There are slips available for boats up to 80 feet in length at Crandon Park Marina.The marina is conveniently located close to the sandy shores of Crandon Park on Key Biscayne, the starting point for many outdoor activities. Snorkeling and fishing are at their best due to the reefs’ stunning visual appeal. Canoeing, kitesurfing, and hiking are just some of the other outdoor pursuits available to you. Crandon Golf Course is right down the street from the Marina, making it convenient for golf enthusiasts to get in a round.