Miami and the Florida Keys are Completely Different by Boat

Miami and the Florida Keys are high-energy, cosmopolitan, multi-cultural and distinctive cities with the unique chain of islands and islets extending to the southernmost point of Key West. You will begin at the natural shelter of Miami Harbor, motor around Key Biscayne, then leave the confines of the intercoastal and

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A Quick Guide to Bareboating in the Florida Keys

The purpose of this blog-post is to provide our readers with an overview of the most reasonable practices for cruising the Florida Keys in a sailboat and it is especially intended to suggest the different options available to bareboaters for the best vacation experience in paradise. Apologies to Jimmy Buffett

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Miami Wedding Planner Tips

Hotel, resort, beach or yacht Wedding? we’ll make your wedding simple or Spectacular..! Our experienced wedding planners can help you organize your destination wedding. Brides from all over the world choose Florida for their weddings. Brides can choose from a wide variety of Florida wedding locations and destinations. From a

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Weddings on Yachts

Want to make your big day special and unique? Have your wedding on a yacht! Boat Miami offers several different party boats for you to choose from. We can accommodate up to 450 guests on the yachts, and each yacht has their own unique qualities. By chartering with Boat Miami we will make your wedding

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Bahamas Charter Update Post-Hurricane Dorian

Those of you thinking about or even planning, a Bahamas sailing vacation, need to know the following. There are 700 islands in The Bahamas covering 150,000 square miles of tropical sea with approximately 5,000 square miles of land. TWO of these islands and their adjacent cays were devasted by hurricane

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Why is Sea State So Important While Sailing?

Experienced boating people know how to read the sea state at a glance, in doing so they know to recognize changes as they occur. Just as the wind on your face can tell you if the wind has veered, sea state can tell you what is happening on the surface

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