Rent a boat in Key Largo at the best price

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36 boats available

Enjoy the clear water of Key largo, Snorkeling & Sandbar (1998)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $665 per day

20' Legacy pontoon boat in Key Largo (1998)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $543 per day

Custom 52 feet Pirate Vessel (2010)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $1,451 per day

Grady White 21' in Key Largo (2013)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $865 per day

38 ft. Luhrs Sport Cruiser: Sand Bar, Snorkel, Island Hopping, Special Events, and MORE!! (1992)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $2,185 per day

Motorboat T-West Fishing Boat 900hp (1982)

Key Largo
6
With captain

From $1,786 per day

Motor yacht Custom Glass Bottom

Key Largo
60
With or without a captain

From $2,874 per day

Motorboat Robalo Center Console

Key Largo
6
With or without a captain

From $532 per day

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These are our available boats around Key Largo, United States

32' Tournament Edition Sea Vee (2017)

Tavernier
6
With captain

From $1,706 per day

17' Maverick (2003)

Tavernier
2
With captain

From $896 per day

Sailing Catamaran 44' (2015)

Tavernier
12
With captain

From $84 per day

DirtyBoat 2.0 (2003)

Islamorada
6
With captain

From $1,885 per day

Singing Reel Charters Sport Fishing (1971)

Islamorada
6
Without captain

From $1,870 per day

24' Nautic Star (2020)

Islamorada
4
With captain

From $1,124 per day

25' Sea Craft (2006)

Islamorada
4
With captain

From $953 per day

28' Proline Center Console (1999)

Islamorada
6
With captain

From $1,109 per day

24' Ranger (2014)

Islamorada
6
With captain

From $1,364 per day

25' SeaHunter (Center console) (2012)

Islamorada
4
With captain

From $1,228 per day

Boat rental in Key Largo

Key Largo is the first of 800 beautiful Florida Keys. (There are 42 bridges connecting the keys, stretching 180 miles from the southern tip of Florida!) Key Largo is about an hour’s drive from Miami, yet embraces a totally different vibe. Key Largo is laidback, quiet, and small and the area is teeming with wildlife.

Key Largo is the self-proclaimed Dive Capital of the world. It’s home to incredible dive and snorkel sites, including the largest artificial reef (the USS Spiegel Grove). Other notable attractions are John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park, and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Keen to get on the water and discover the beauty of the Florida Keys? Boat rental in Key Largo is available with Click&Boat! We have plenty of vessels ranging in size and purpose for cruising in the Atlantic Ocean.

Where to sail in Key Largo?

Boating in Key Largo is limitless. You can go north, in the direction of Miami, and into Biscayne Bay. Or you can sail south toward the middle and lower keys to explore more of the Florida Keys. Renting a motorboat is your best bet if you only have a day to get on the water. Otherwise, a catamaran or sailboat rental is a great option for exploring the teal-blue waters at your own pace.

Rent a boat in Key Largo with or without a captain to go beyond land excursions. 

Whether you’re planning to book a fishing boat for the day or a catamaran for slow sailing, consider these boating destinations from the Upper Keys:

  • Visit incredible artificial reefs including USS Spiegle, Christ of the Abyss, and SS Benwood. These sites are more for divers as you can swim further underwater to discover sunken ships.
  • Zip up and around Boca Chita Lighthouse and into Biscayne Bay. The waters are flat and calm, perfect for watersports!
  • Take the boat to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park where you can hop in the water and swim and snorkel with the marine life. Dolphins and manatees are often spotted here!
  • Dock n’ dine at local restaurants, including Pilot House Restaurant, Sharkeys Sharkbite Grill, and Sundowners.
  • Cruise your Key Largo boat rental through the Bayside of Key Largo. The water is generally calmer, but it may be best to navigate this area with a captain as there are shallow spots throughout the bay.
  • Take the boat down to Islamorada and visit the lively sandbar located off the Windley and Upper Matecumbe Keys. It’s popular with party pontoon boats and smaller center consoles.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Key Largo?

When it comes to Florida Keys boat rentals, the cost can vary depending on many factors to consider that may affect the rental price. The size of the vessel, type of boat, number of passengers, and time of year may influence the price. Optional extras such as a captain and/or crew, fishing equipment, and snorkeling gear may also be added to the final price. A motorboat rental in Key Largo starts at around $500/day, for up to 6 guests onboard and goes up to around $841/day.

The harbors in Key Largo

There are plenty of full-service marinas in the Florida Keys. Because Key Largo is the first (and somewhat biggest) key, it has a lot of options for starting or ending your boat rental. Mangrove Marina is off mile marker 91.7, tucked back off the main road and close to the Intracoastal. About twenty acres of the hidden waterfront are protected by the hearty mangrove trees surrounding the marina. Other nearby marinas in Key Largo include Blue Waters Marina, Molasses Marina, and Key Largo Resorts Marina.

What can you see/do in Key Largo?

Exploring Key Largo is genuinely fun! The best time of year to visit is from January to March thanks to moderate temperatures and clear skies. But keep in mind, this will also be peak season. What about the rest of the year? The summer months get super hot and humid while the fall is hurricane season. 

Whenever you choose to visit, here are some of the best things to do in Key Largo:

  • Discover John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, which covers a wide range of different areas teeming with marine life, tropical vegetation, and different flora and fauna. The visitor center itself hosts a large saltwater aquarium that boasts 30,000 gallons of water.
  • If you’re into scuba diving, consider visiting the USS Spiegel Grove shipwreck. This artificial reef is 500 feet in length and purpose sunk in 2002. It’s filled with nooks and crannies waiting to be discovered.
  • Spend some time at Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park. Here you’ll find six miles of trails across natural landscapes for bikers and hikers.
  • While there aren’t many budget-friendly accommodation options in Key Largo, there are plenty of noteworthy places to stay. Jules Undersea Lodge is a unique attraction and hospitality experience where visitors can sleep in an underwater submarine type of room.
  • Spend a full day or half a day at Robbie's Dock. One of those family-friendly attractions where you can eat fresh seafood, rent parasails, shop at the open-air market, or buy fresh fish to bring home.

Renting a boat with a skipper

Click&Boat offers plenty of boat rental options with a captain or crew. When you rent a boat with a captain, you can appreciate the boating experience more without worrying about navigation, anchorage, docking, or maritime laws in Florida. Having a local captain assist with your boat rental in Key Largo is a game-changer for an unforgettable sailing, boating, or fishing experience. A local will know all of the best-kept secrets of a destination and so will be able to ensure that you find all the most secluded and breathtaking beaches. A captain and/or crew may come as an additional cost to your rental, depending on the size of the boat, the number of crew, and other requests.

What boat should I rent?

The tone of your charter experience will be set by the boat you choose to rent. When deciding on a boat, you should ask yourself a few questions such as how many guests will be on board, what type of activities you want to do, and the length of your charter, among other questions. Boats via our service can be day rentals or even week-long rentals if you wish. Once you have found a couple of boats, send a message using our internal messaging system to the boat owner to clarify any questions you may have.

When is the best time to go?

The best time to visit is between March and May. During this time you’ll have the luxury of sailing around without the summer or winter crowds. The climate during these months is just perfect for a luxury yacht charter – the temperatures are around 77 degrees with a light continuous breeze throughout the day. You should keep in mind however that June through to November is hurricane season in the area.

Our nearest destinations to Key Largo

In Key Largo, privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area.

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