Yacht Charters in Miami: Selecting the ideal yacht-charter experience in Miami is like going to an ice-cream parlor with more than 32 flavors. With so many marinas and charter companies in the area vying for the business, there is a fitting option for all comers. Long-term charters and short-term rentals are available. There are daytrips that offer sailing trips, fishing expeditions, and water-sports activities, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, and waterskiing. There are bareboat (no crew) and full-crew trips on catamarans and motor yachts. Convenient ports dot Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Key West.
Most crews included on a charted-yacht trip are made up of at least three members: a captain, a host, and a chef. There are full-crew, extended cruises on motor yachts ranging in length from 50 to 100 feet.
Yacht Charters in Miami
OceanStyle Yachting -- The Miami-based chartering and brokerage company has more than 25 motor yachts for charter at destinations around the world. For more information, visit OSYachting.com.
Air and Sea Adventures -- Chartering and rental options vary from sedate to adventurous.
Miami Charters -- Offers long-term charters with full crews for vacationers. They specialize in corporate-and special-event planning. Short-term half- and one-day rentals are available. For more information, visit MiamiCharters.com.
Tropical Boat -- With a large fleet of 2004-2008 model yachts, Tropical Boat Charters offer everything from powerboats, sport yachts, fishing yachts, party boats, luxury yachts and mega yachts.
Windridge Yachts -- Since 1976, Windridge Yacht Charters has been serving the Miami area, providing excellent service to those looking to charter a luxury yacht. While the company has only three yachts in its fleet, each can accommodate up to 500 guests.
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