Florida Keys Charter Itinerary

Read the full Florida Charter Guide. Day 1 Embark in South Beach, get settled ...

Florida Keys - 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary

Read the full Florida Charter Guide.

Day 1

Embark in South Beach, get settled in and head out to Coconut Grove. Coconut Grove, Florida has been dubbed a “village with a rhythm all its own." Coconut Grove’s variety and originality are reflected in the dining choices offered by its eateries and in the jazz, salsa and reggae heard in its funky neighborhood bars. The waterfront parks of Coconut Grove, Florida offer some of the best vantage points for watching manatees and sailboats, while specialty Coconut Grove stores sell an exhilarating range of merchandise.

Day 2

Today you are off to Key Largo. Kay Largo is at the top of the Florida Keys island chain and boasts natural wonders plus friendly locals who are ready to help you enjoy them. You could arrange an eco-tour or just stroll around checking out the beautiful parks and beaches or one of the numerous local art galleries.

Day 3

Today you are off to Little Palm Island on Little Torch Key. This award winning tiny but luxurious resort is a 5 star couple’s haven. Dockage starts at $350 per night. Peter will need to book in advance.

Day 4

Today you are off to Sunset Key or Stock Island. Sunset Key is a Private Island. The Westin Hotel has a great marina which is a favorite for yachts owners and charterers. At Stock Island you could visit the Botanical Gardens or for something more chilled out visit the Hogfish Bar and Grill. They claim their establishment allows guest to “Step back in time and experience the way the Florida Keys used to be – fresh seafood, strong drinks, panoramic waterfront views, outdoor dining and plenty of local characters”. Tucked away in Safe Harbor, Stock Island, the Hogfish Bar and Grill is a true "locals” spot that avoids the pretension and hype of more touristy areas.

Day 5

Today you could be off to the Dry Tortugas. Almost 70 miles (112.9 km) west of Key West lies a cluster of seven islands, composed of coral reefs and sand, called the Dry Tortugas. Along with the surrounding shoals and waters, they make up Dry Tortugas National Park. The area is known for its famous bird and marine life and its legends of pirates and sunken gold. Fort Jefferson, one of the largest coastal forts ever built, is a central feature.

Day 6 & 7

Key West – You can either use the yacht as a base or book at the A&B Marina. Hang out and explore Key West or do some day trips to the surrounding Keys, returning to the A&B Marina in the evening.

Day 8

Enjoy your last morning on board disembarking at 12 noon for your flight home.

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