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Key West Yacht Charter Itinerary

Key West Yacht Charter Itinerary

Day 1. Biscayne Bay & South Beach

Welcome to Biscayne Bay, the first destination on our sailing adventure in South Florida. Biscayne Bay and South Beach are full of five-star resorts, have a reputation of being the Mecca of nightlife, and attract thousands of tourists each and every day.

Sailing along Intracoastal Waterway offers a perfect opportunity to take photos of luxurious homes of the rich and famous on Fisher Island, Palm Island, Star Island, and Hibiscus Island.

In the afternoon, we’ll return to South Beach where you can check out some of the most beautiful nightclubs or just unwind with a drink on the deck.

 Day 2: Head to the Florida Keys

In the morning, we head south until we reach the magnificent Florida Keys. Along the way, you can enjoy water activities including wakeboarding, waterskiing, and scuba diving.

The Florida Keys are known as an excellent destination for boating and boast numerous attractions and activities. From sunbathing at Bahia Honda State Park that covers approximately 400 acres to the favorite bars on Duval Street in Key West, there is no shortage of fun things to do here.

In the afternoon we can visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum or relax by the water under the palm trees.

 Day 3: Key Largo

On day 3 of our Florida Keys yacht charter itinerary, we are scheduled to visit the dive capital of the world, also known as Key Largo. Home to the world’s second largest artificial reef, Key Largo offers plenty of chances to dive, snorkel, and enjoy the beautiful sunset views.

Visit the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the first underwater park in the US. Here, you can admire a fantastic array of colorful fish. Some of the other not-to-be-missed attractions in Key Largo include the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary and the Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park.

 Day 4: Key West

No yacht charter adventure in South Florida is complete without spending a day in Key West, the southernmost point in the continental US. This fabulous island is a great place to go fishing and enjoy watersports.

A visit to the Mallory Dock for the Sunset Celebrations where you can have drinks and food at one of the restaurants and bars is an excellent addition to your yacht charter itinerary. In the afternoon, we can explore the stunning coral reef and visit some of the most popular beaches in the Florida Keys such as Smathers Beach and beach at Fort Zachary Taylor.

Going deep-sea fishing is also an option here in Key West.

 Day 5: Marquesas Keys

On day 5, we are heading west to a group of uninhabited islands called Marquesas Keys. These 10 islands were formed millions of years ago by a meteorite which created a giant lagoon surrounded by mangroves and white-sand beaches.

It is also worth mentioning that the islands are the only natural atoll in the whole Western Hemisphere. From exploring Marquesas Keys with a kayak to relaxing on the deck of your yacht with a refreshing drink, the options for having a good time here are endless. Marquesas Keys also offers magnificent sunset views.

 Day 6: Little Torch Key

Our next destination is the lovely Little Torch Key and the modern Little Palm Island Resort and Spa. Little Torch Key and its neighboring islands of Ramrod Key and Summerland Key are an excellent place for fishing and kayaking.

If you feel like scuba diving, we can explore the nearby Ramrod Key before we sail to the private island of Little Palm which is home to the exclusive Little Palm Island Resort and Spa. This secluded retreat is only accessible by boat. While visiting the island, you can choose from an array of water activities including kayaking, deep-sea fishing, and even sky-diving.

 Day 7: Miami

On the last day of your private yacht charter, we are heading back to Miami which is the final destination of our Florida Keys Adventure.