Yachting in the Florida Keys

David Lee Roth once said, “Money can't buy you happiness, but it can buy you a yacht big enough to pull up right alongside it.”

To feel the pleasure of boating, the Florida Keys offers many beautiful destinations to enjoy your holiday on the water with a yacht charter. Yachting in Florida is very adventurous and offers an opportunity to explore different types of fishes, pristine, romantic islands with gin-colored water, etc. The Florida Keys cover a 125-mile-long stretch of crystalline islands and are famous for fishing, watersports, snorkeling, and diving.

Keep reading to discover Florida destinations and yacht rentals to make your holiday trip unforgettable:

1. Florida boat shows

Florida boats are known as the best boat shows in the country. The number of registered boats is larger than any other state that means you have more options to select a boat/yacht from a variety of models. The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is going to happen on 27th Oct. this year.

2. Yacht rentals

For celebrating at the beautiful destinations in the Florida Keys, yacht rental services that pair renters with yacht owners play an important role. You can rent a yacht just in a few simple steps - search, book, connect, and start yachting. You can enjoy water sports, fishing, cruising, sailing, and party on a yacht. If you are not an experienced boater, don’t worry, you can hire a captain to operate. Just relax and enjoy the ride.

3. Florida yacht destinations

Florida has 2,276 miles of gleaming tidal coastline that include around 7800 lakes and 1100 miles of waterways. So, you have thousands of options to spend your holidays on the water. The trip to the Florida Keys has its uniqueness. On the northern edge of keys, Biscayne National Park is popular for brightly-hued tropical fish, vibrant coral reefs, and emerald islands.

4. Popular Florida Keys

1. Elliott Key: One of the top places in the West Key. 30+ berths are available in Elliott Key. You can see a one-mile hiking loop around the Island.

2. Elbow Reef: One of the best places for diving in the Florida Keys. With shallow areas, clear water, interesting wrecks, and drift diving, it is perfect for beginners. You can see rays and turtles if you’re lucky.

3. Key Largo: It features one of America’s first underwater national parks and is popular with divers from around the world. If you love to go underwater with flippers and a tank, this place is best for you.

4. Long Key: If you are a strong nature love, you should visit this island which is a haven for birdlife, including the least terns and piping plovers. Must see Golden Orb nature trail in Long Key State Park.

5. Marathon Key: Known as the heart of the keys, Marathon Key is famous for the care of green and loggerhead turtles. There is a special hospital to treat the injured sea turtles.

Author's Bio: 

Ginny lives in the USA. I love to travel, hiking, swimming, underwater diving, and skiing.