Key Largo is an island in the Florida Keys, an archipelago off the south coast of the U.S. state. It’s a popular holiday destination where onshore and offshore state parks provide opportunities for wildlife encounters, fishing, kayaking and diving. Divers and snorkelers visit John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park to view tropical fish and an underwater statue of Christ.
Marathon is a city in the Florida Keys. It's set on 13 islands, known for their beaches and barrier reef. Loggerhead turtles nest at Coco Plum Beach and Sombrero.
Wake up to breakfast onboard, as you cruise to the heart of the Florida Keys, Marathon Key. Drop anchor to explore the turquoise waters by jet skis or by snorkel and swim with the dolphins before stepping ashore to visit Marathon City Marina, considered the prize-gem for those exploring the keys by yacht.
The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off the southern tip of the U.S. state of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. They’re known as a destination for boating, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Anchor in Big Pine Key and take the rest of the day to swim and snorkel within the region’s unique sites and natural attractions: coral reefs, sunken ships and 150+ species of fish.
Key West, a U.S. Island city, is part of the Florida Keys archipelago. It's also Florida's southernmost point, lying roughly 90 miles north of Cuba.
In the afternoon, tender ashore to explore Key West, the southernmost point in the United States, and Duval Street, one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars and cafes anywhere, offers Sloppy Joe’s bar, a favorite Key West hangout of novelist Ernest Hemingway.
As you begin your cruise back to Miami, drop anchor in one of the Lower Keys: Duck Key. Spend the day exploring the warm gulf waters or tender ashore to the luxury Hawks Cay resort before enjoying evening drinks and a chef prepared meal aboard your yacht.
You will discover here the only vacation you will need. Midway between the keys and Miami, there is a little one named Duck Key, this is where you will be. Allow for the essence of the island to fill your spirit. No passports, no keys, no cars, no worries, relax and enjoy your charter here and take in the quiet wave crashing in on the dock beneath your feet.
Islamorada is a village encompassing 6 of the Florida Keys, known for their coral reefs. The Theater of the Sea features dolphin encounters. Exhibits at the History of Diving Museum include a 16th-century treasure chest. Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park is a former quarry. Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park has tropical forest. Indian Key Historic State Park is a tiny island with 1800s ruins.
For a last leisurely day on the water, we will drop anchor off Key Biscayne and enjoy a fun morning alongside other yachts in Biscayne Bay. Before you finish your charter, head up the Miami River and dock at the restaurant of your preference on the River for a final lunch or dinner in true Miami style.