The variety in boating area is impressive in this region. You can not only have fun in the canals cruising around homes and inland landscapes, but you can also enjoy the beautiful Floridian ocean and go Scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, or just relaxing on the yacht. Ft. Lauderdale is a paradise to fishermen because saltwater and freshwater fishing are situated right next to each other. If you charter a yacht from more than a day, you are one quick boat ride away from the city of Miami where you can enjoy nice sandbars (Elliot Key, Boca Chita island, Haulover sandbar), party ambiance, and Cuban-American culture. Furthermore, the Florida Keys are quickly accessible; you can choose to go there for a night, sleep on the boat, and enjoy an island ambiance with delicious sea food.
This may be a surprise to many people, but Bimini (Bahamas) is only 50 nautical miles away from Fort Lauderdale! This means you can quickly do a small trip to the Bahamas during your holidays.
Click&Boat has many yacht choices: Motorboats, yachts, fishing boats, sailboats, catamarans, RIBs, and even jet skis. The yacht of your choosing can be chartered with or without a skipper.
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Known for its many water canals and marinas, Fort Lauderdale belongs to the northern metropolitan area of Miami, and is easily accessible because of its big airport: The Ft. Lauderdale International Airport. With 300 miles of waterways, 40,000 resident yachts, this city has often been called “The boating capital of the World” or “The Venice of America”. This city is also the host of the Ft. Lauderdale international boat show, which is of important size and very popular to tourists and locals. There, you will find beautiful beaches with large beach pier, and people roller skating along the beach’s boardwalk. Fort Lauderdale is the perfect city to rent a boat because of the numerous full service marinas and beautiful waters you can navigate in.
In Fort Lauderdale, 52 privately owned yachs are available for charter. See other yachts in the area
Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida's southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It's lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.
Intercoastal waterways are fun, especially the mansions (floating and on land). The signage can be a little confusing (some of the locals seem to think no-wake means "full throttle.") The Lauderdale Marina is great for refueling (the boat and the people) and the staff is super helpful. If you plan to go intercoastal, give yourself plenty of time. If the waves are calm out to sea, a trip to Miami is also worth a day's trip.
Nice place and nice weather for vacation. Will come again. Renting a boat was great to see houses and hotel . We stayed in the intercoastal. The boat was to small and it was too windy to go in the ocean. It is nice with a boat in fort lauderdale, but on the west coast ( clearwater,etc.) it is better as you can go more in open water.
Rating: 4.7 / 5 calculated on 45316 reviews
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