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Suggested Itinerary: Florida & The Keys


It’s time to head down to the hub of superyachting in North America – Florida. Soak up the hot sun while passing one pristine white sand beach after another as cruise some of south Florida’s hottest cities before relaxing in the laid back Florida Keys.


Kick off this incredible tour in Miami. Be sure to arrive a day or two before so you can spend some time enjoying the nightlife and unbeatable melting pot of restaurants here! You’ll join your captain and crew at lunch time – cold drinks and fresh seafood are ready and waiting to be devoured as you start your cruise to your next destination. 

view of Miami strip at night from the water

Today you’ll be anchored in Biscayne Bay, just off the coast of South Beach. From here spend the morning playing in the ocean, tearing around on jetskis or sipping cold champagne on the bow looking over Miami. Tonight take advantage of another night in bustling Miami before heading to more mellow destinations.


You’ll start to cruise down to the Keys today. Enjoy a strong cup of coffee after last night’s festivities as you watch the water glitter below and the city skyscrapers begin to fall away.

sunset in the Florida Keys with sailboat in distance


Key Largo is your first stop in the Keys. It’s time to get those feet wet and jump in to spend time diving in this self-proclaimed Dive Capital of the World? Not sure it’s deserving of that title? Grab your mask and see for yourself! If you’d like to stretch your legs, head into the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park for America’s first underwater park. You won’t want to miss this sunsets out here so the tender is ready to take you back to your yacht where cocktails and appetizers are waiting on the foredeck.


Key West – the most famous of the Keys and for good reason! You’re on the southern most point of the continental US, with Cuba only 90 miles off shore. Enjoy fishing, diving, snorkelling or swimming before heading into town to spend some time wandering the streets filled with French Colonial architecture, street vendors and that warm Keys hospitality!


It’s time to return to that island lifestyle when you head over to Marqueses Keys, which lies further south than Key West and features a group of uninhabited islands surrounded by mangroves. Today is a good idea to take the stand up paddle board or kayak out to take in your surroundings. Yet another experience only available by yacht.

kayak in the shallow crystal clear water of Florida


Starting your return trip back to Miami, you’ll have the night in one of the smaller Keys, Little Torch Key. Spend one final full day playing in the ocean, relaxing on one of your sun loungers, your ice cold drink of choice never remaining empty for long before one of your crew tops you up.


Enjoy breakfast alfresco as you cruise back into Miami, ready to head home…until next time!

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3 thoughts on “Suggested Itinerary: Florida & The Keys

  1. What is the cost?
    How many people can travel on board?
    How many bedrooms and bathrooms?
    Do we have to have a crew or just a captain?

    1. Hi Caryolyn, thanks for your query! We’ve sent you an email and look forward to helping you book a vacation!

    2. Hi Carolyn, thanks for your query! We’ve sent you an email and look forward to helping you book a vacation!

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