Miami is a city located on the Atlantic coast in the Southeast of Florida; its surrounding suburbs are lies on a broad plain between the Florida Everglades to the West and the Biscayne Bay to the East and also extend from Florida Bay to the North of the Lake Okeechobee.
Miami is blessed with a year-round mild climate and its strategic location has made it an unrivalled ocean access in the East coast. It is considered as America southernmost resort city which is also a sought-after international recreation destination.
The vibrant colored buildings represent an era when Miami Beach was heavily promoted and developed as a Tropical Playground. The district is divided into 3 neighborhood types: the seasonal hotel area, which lies along Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue, the commercial area along Washington Avenue and Lincoln Road and the residential area concentrated in the 80 Sq blocks surrounding Flamingo Park. Miami also features a prodigious number of wonderfully themed nightclubs and restaurants. The most famous nightclubs that are worth a visit are BED, Pawnshop or Pearl.
You will also have the opportunity to visit South Beach which is one of the most popular areas in Miami. South Beach is one of the few public beaches in the country that tolerate topless sunbathing. Miami Beach is often called as the Sun and Fun Capital of the World; it also offers some interesting points of interest.
As a renowned yacht charter destination in the state of Florida, your yacht charter itinerary in Miami is easy to understand and will lead you to some interesting destinations like the famous Miami Beach and South Beach, the Biscayne Bay and to Coconut Grove.
When sailing further forward to Biscayne Bay, you can anchor at Bayside marina, Coconut Grove or at the Miami Beach Marina. Biscayne Bay is divided into 3 sections: North Bay, Central Bay and South Bay.
You can sail to State Park on Elliott Key and a National Park on Boca Chica. These keys are the most popular anchorages with boaters and cruisers because of their close proximity to Miami and Key Largo. Elliott Key is well-known for its annual Columbus Day Regatta and its crystal clear waters are the best place to cool off swimming and relaxing on floating beds after a hot day of yacht chartering. Boca Chica has reefs teeming with sea life offering great diving and snorkeling points.
On your way back, if you have enough time you can also charter to the beautiful Florida Keys and discover some other wonders.