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MIAMI - WHERE CULTURE MEETS THE BEACH
Miami is the ultimate yachting experience with illuminated cityscapes, warm turquoise waters, festive sandbars, yacht parties, and exclusive seaside restaurants. The waters of the magic city are the place to ‘sea and be seen!’ These incredible moments will remain in your memories forever. Aboard on of Florida Yacht International's spectacular yachts, you’ll be awed by coastal sites in Downtown Miami, Historic Coconut Grove, the Miami River, Miami Beach, and Key Biscayne, including American Airlines Arena, the Port of Miami, Brickell Key, Fisher Island, Flagler Monument, Star, and Hibiscus Island, and Millionaire’s row filled with celebrity mansions and incredible architecture. We can customize a variety of unforgettable itineraries just for you.
Home to the NBA’s Miami Heat, next to Brickell and an 8-minute drive from Miami Beach, the marina at Bayside Shopping Center is an eclectic destination. Peruse the outdoor mall’s variety of stores, cafes, restaurants, and enjoy live music and dancing before disembarking. Once onboard head southward toward the Rickenbacker causeway and into Biscayne Bay where you can often catch sight of dolphins and manatees at play. Anchor at Nixon sandbar to relax, swim and enjoy good company along with the other yachts out on the water. Continue to travel toward Monument Island for some jet skiing and a picnic on the uninhabited island marked by an elegant monument resurrected in honor of Miami’s founding father, Henry Flagler.
This enclave boosts some of the most exclusive multimillion dollar residential communities. Miami Beach Marina is located next to Government Cut in the heart of the historic Art Deco District, bursting with retro architecture, shopping, and amazing dining. South Beach’s 5-star restaurants like the famous Joe’s Stone Crabs, Prime 112, and huge nightclub scene lures people from around the world.
Along the way marvel at the massive cruise ships that exit the port of Miami, one of the busiest ports in the world, boasting 5.3 million passengers annually heading to and from a variety of destinations. Anchor along with the exclusive Fisher or Star Island among the yachts that are housed there for an unforgettable yacht party surrounded by unforgettable waterside mansions or catch a glance of one of the many famous residents like P Ditty, Gloria Estefan to name a
few. Fun fact, in the 1940s and 50s Palm and Hibiscus Island, became the site of the famous Latin Quarter Nightclub where stars like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. regularly performed.