With its impressive skyline and its marvelous beaches, Miami is one of the world's most popular vacation spots. Miami Beach is one of the main "go-to" spots, however, do not forget to visit other beautiful areas such as Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, and the Everglades National Park, just a short distance away.
Visitors can enjoy just about anything in Miami, from trendy nightlife, water sports, international dining experiences, fishing, diving, and, most importantly, boating! If a boat rental in Miami is what you are interested in, Click&Boat will happily help you organize it!
There are a couple of factors that influence the costs of a boat rental in Miami. Things like the boat’s type and age, whether it’s peak or low season, the duration of the charter, and if extras are requested like skipper and crew, or water sports equipment.
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Miami, Florida is a boater’s paradise. This boating hub is a great starting point whether you are planning a simple day trip, a weekend getaway, or a longer sailing trip to nearby islands.
The vibrant city of Miami offers lots of things to see and do for everyone while you aren’t out on the water:
In Miami, Click&Boat offers many boat rental options with a skipper and/or crew. With a captain, set sail at a slower pace on your own private boat. By having a local in your midst, you’ll have the opportunity to discover and enjoy hidden coves, remote anchorages, and beautiful beaches that you might have not otherwise have visited.
All there is left to do is to sit back and relax while the captain and crew take care of everything, from navigating, docking, anchoring, preparing meals, etc. Your charter in Miami will be worry-free and one to remember!
A skipper and /or crew may come as an additional cost to your charter, depending on the size of the boat, the number of crew, and other possible requests.
South Florida's Caribbean-like, turquoise waters make it a practical and popular destination to rent a boat in! Motorboats, sailboats, jet skis, luxury yachts, and catamaran charters are available in most ports and marinas. But Miami remains a premier location for boat rentals as it is so close to other famous destinations like Fort Lauderdale, The Bahamas, and the Florida Keys, which includes Key Largo, Marathon, and Key West.
With Click&Boat, a world-leading boat service, you can personalize your boating trip from start to finish. Find the perfect boat, choose to sail with or without a captain, and choose which destination you want to explore!
Count on our up-to-date prices and dates, internal messaging system for owners and renters, and our committed team ready to satisfy all your boating needs. So hop on board, see the Miami skyline from the ocean, swim with the dolphins, and enjoy your tailor-made experience.
No, you do not need a boat license to rent with Click&Boat. While there may be rentals that don’t require a license, it’s always a good idea to charter a boat with a skipper.
Miami can be enjoyed all year round! But the best time to visit is from March to May as there are fewer visitors and daily temperatures remain warm.
From June to August, Miami is at its most humid and rainiest. There remains a possibility of rain and tropical storms from September to November. And from December to February, it is Miami’s peak season with many tourists and higher accommodation prices.
You can fly into Miami International Airport (MIA), which is about a 30-minute car ride to Downtown Miami. Or you can also choose to fly into Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), which is 25 miles away, and about a 50-minute car ride to Downtown Miami.
The water temperature from November to March can be anywhere between 71°F and 76° F (22°C to 24°C). And from April to October, the water temperature can be between 78°F and 86°F (26°C to 30°C).
By land, it is a 170-miles and a three-and-a-half-hour drive. But make sure to check traffic conditions! By sea, it is hard to judge how long it will take you to get to Key West since there are so many amazing spots to stop on the way. High-speed ferries can make the trip in 3 to 4 hours, so timing also depends on the type of boat you are renting.
Haulover Sandbar, Peanut Island Sandbar, Crab Island Sandbar, and Nixon Sandbar in Key Biscayne are all popular sandbars that both locals and visitors enjoy all year round.
Miami Beach thrives with marine life. You may see Bottle-nose Dolphins, Manatees, Sea Turtles, and many varieties of different types of birds and fishes.