Bahamian Island Charters:
Thrill towards the challenge associated with Atlantic Ocean!
TROIKA II can be obtained for charter towards the Bahamian isles for as many days while you want. The next is an example of typical trips plus the period of time needed for the voyage from our Miami residence base:
SEVEN DAYS: Coconut Grove, FL. to Bimini, Bahamas, to Honeymoon Harbour at Gun Cay, Honeymoon Harbour to Cat Cay, Cat Cay to Southern Cat Cay, Southern Cat Cay go back to Coconut Grove.
You ought to continue to be versatile with your itinerary because weather condition may dictate changes at any time. The advantage of chartering yours personal vessel usually on anyone day you could decide where in fact the vessel will sail!
8 DAYS OR HIGHER: long run charters can also be found and since the number of choices tend to be near endless, kindly consult our company or your captain for all the details. You are the boss, to "make it up" as you go along!
Florida Keys Charters:
A cruise through the Florida Keys is an appealing option to a prolonged cruise inside Bahama's. They provide the same array of possibilities and benefits that are nothing short of Great! ... Great fishing, crystal blue waters, exotic seafood, and coral reefs plus! In case your holiday plans dictate an abbreviated cruise at under 1 week or perhaps you would rather cruise through more protected oceans, then that is it! The Florida Keys begin inside our back yard: Biscayne Bay, (simply a short few hours sail) and extend 200 kilometers entirely to Key West, with countless safe, protected anchorage as you go along. Our base location already puts you within our cruising reasons. Stores North of us such as for example Ft. Lauderdale, tend to be a complete times sail down, and another back up. (that is two days of your seven day charter getaway)
Imagine a cruising surface of 800 islands stretching across hundreds of miles of crystalline liquid, caressed year round by balmy Southeast breezes. Enhance this a good amount of stone lobster, fresh seafood, crabs and shrimp...all yours the taking. They are the main ingredients of 'Americas Out Islands" The Florida Keys. Thank you for visiting "MARGARITAVILLE" and "DOLPHINLAND!" Explore truly the only - residing red coral reef when you look at the Continental united states of america without ever needing to make an open-water passageway. Enjoy snorkeling and fishing (it doesn't get much better than this). Visit secluded islands, marinas and hotels and never sail in water deeper than fifteen legsthere are not any There are no there aren't any heavy swells for folks who have a tendency toward "mal de mer"... all of that wind and no waves!!! Actually!!!
Suggested 7 Day Sailing Itinerary - TheFlorida Keys
DAY 1: Board your yacht at 9 AM, check-in, stow gear, break fast, after that captain's 'orientation meeting'. Familiarize yourself with your cruising house for the following week. Start up your footwear (as well as your clothes in the event that you choose) and sail down into popular Biscayne Bay...relax and unwind, you're right here! Marvel at playful schools of Dolphin as they perform into the bow aftermath. Take the helm or just put right back! Troll on the way and you should probably connect very first fish once Pumpkin Key and Key Largo pop over the horizon! Supper at water anchored out when it comes to night off-key Largo.
time 2: Snorkel regarding reefs at popular John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. The red coral structures and number of seafood are astounding! Anchor at Rodriguez Key when it comes to night or take to the plush marinas in Port Largo Canal. Entertainment, quiet bars, fabulous seafood restaurants tend to be a II with in walking length.
time 3: You'll need at the very least 2 days of snorkeling and sailing the reefs into the park to see all coral structures and explore the wrecks. In fact, you could spend days below! Enjoy the location and go back to either Rodriguez or sail south to Tavernier Key.
DAY 4: Set sail for Islamorada and Windless Key, dock at popular Holiday Isles Marina (there's no protected anchorage right here). Enjoy a night of dockside activity at the world famous TIKI club or KOKOMO. Meet up with the local characters (called 'Conchs'), discover 'colorful' sea ballads and songs concerning the rich history of the Florida Keys, wild females, pirates not to mention ...rum.
DAY 5: take pleasure in the sandy shores of getaway Isles, the fresh water share, barbecues, parasailing, water skiing, trend athletes, hobie cats and small nautical stores. Spend stability of the time right here or elect to sail south to Indian Key and anchor on the evening.
DAY 6: Up very early, setting sail north through Hen And Chickens reefs for fishing, snorkeling and exploring an old wreck! Resume north to Angelfish Creek and anchoring for the night at picturesque Sands and Boca Chita Key.Since this really is our last night away, how about a Sunset cocktail-party with special hors d'oeuvres accompanied by another premium candlelit supper?
time 7: After meal on-board, set sail through Featherbeds and north to Biscayne Bay and our marina. So now you've sailed the complete Upper and center Keys become familiar with 'Margaritaville', 'Conchs', 'Dolphinland', and coral reefs you may never forget. You've sampled several of our local food and music and made durable shipboard pals...an knowledge you'll likely cherish and mention forever!
Sailing Itinerary Abaco's - Bahamas:
Options abound when you look at the Abacos! From our base in Marsh Harbour, one choice is to sail south to minimal Harbour then keep on to reef exploring at Sandy Cay and checking out Tahiti at Elbow Cay. Hopetown with its popular 'candy striped' lighthouse and hurricane opening anchorage is obviously a must end. Man-o-War, the reefs at Fowl Cay, Great Guana and Green Turtle Cay are convenient, must- see stops. Time allowing, a few of the out-out islands only north of Green Turtle are included. In short, you might enjoy months inside area haven string and still perhaps not view it all!
The reason why get Sailing with us?
- A very inexpensive relaxing vacation .
- Do as much or as little as you want.
- Chart your own personal program.