Key West. Famous for its pastel-hued, conch style houses, and known more for its coral reefs for diving and snorkeling, than for its beaches.
Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson National Park. The least visited National Park because it is 60 miles west of Key West. Fort Jefferson was a Civil War fort for the northern armies and was turned into a prison after the war. A famous doctor named Samual Mudd was imprisoned there for conspiracy to assassinate President Lincoln. He set the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth and was imprisoned for that. While there he stopped a yellow fever epidemic and was given a presidential pardon. The famous pirate movie, Captain Blood starring Errol Flynn, was based on Dr. Mudd. Try a four, six or eight hour excursion around Key West or charter Wicked for as long as you want to get away.
Intra Coastal Waterway, a series of bays, lagoons, rivers and canals. You can stay in Key West or cruise to any number of locations: Key Biscayne, Fort Lauderdale, known as “Venice of America”, Boca Raton, Miami Beach, or Star Island, to name a few. Relax, drop anchor and swim or float. Enjoy tropical foliage and beautiful mansions along the way.
Visit Biscayne Bay to see the famous Biscayne National Park, and Florida Reef, one the world’s largest coral reefs. On the southern tip of Key Biscayne you will come across the picturesque Cape Florida Lighthouse, built in 1825. This historic landmark was used by sailors to find their way off the Florida Reef.
Bimini, Bahamas. The turquoise green sea will take your breath away. Home to the famous Resorts World, the largest marina complex in the Bahamas. Enjoy white sand beaches. Snorkeling or diving are highly recommended.
Fort Lauderdale – visit the famous Las Olas Blvd.
Miami Beach. Florida’s tropical climate makes Miami Beach perfect for yachting. From the deck of the yacht, you can admire some of the city’s most beautiful spots. You may want to cruise to an island or sandbar, tour the Miami skyline, or pull up in style to a waterfront restaurant.
Key West, Marathon, Islamorada, Key Largo, Intra Coastal Waterway, the Bahamas, or a custom designed itinerary! Just tell us where.
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Empty Leg Charter
When a charter is booked for one way, an empty leg becomes available for the return journey, because the yacht must return to its home port and pick up its next set of passengers.
Empty legs often offer deep discounts. Using empty leg charters, however, does come with scheduling and price fluctuation risks. For this reason, we only recommend them when your travel schedule is flexible.
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All charters include a crew of 2, Captain and Stewardess and is inclusive of fuel (local cruising at idle speed only), soft drinks, bottled water and ice.
Additional costs include food, beverages, fuel over & above local cruising, 7% sales tax, gratuity for crew (optional) generally 15-20% of charter value.