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Some of the popular amenities these boats have include "internet" or "swimming gear," which means you'll be able to stay connected while out on a boat.
Most boat owners will provide "snorkeling gear" with over 101 boat rentals offering this option. You'll also be able to enjoy "fishing" with almost all of these boat rentals in Miami.
If you prefer a more activity based boat trip, over 28% of the boat rentals in Miami include some form of "watersports" offer like "water skiing" and "scuba diving".
Some of the larger boats also have air conditioning, cabins, showers and toilets onboard.
This graph shows the average rental prices of boats per day (not per half day) throughout the year in Miami. December and January are the cheapest months to rent a boat in Miami with an average price of $999 and $1,005.42 per day.
Miami is most expensive in August with an average price of $1,059.50 per day.
Opt for boating in May for the best balance between weather and budget.
This chart shows the average temperature in Miami throughout the year. The summer months are the best time to charter a boat and cool down in the sea air.
The coolest month on average is January with an average temperature of 68.05 ° F with the hottest being July with an average temperature of 83.70° F
In Miami, 62% of boat rentals are motorboats, either small or large ranging from 18ft to over 100ft.
Another common type of boat are pontoons which are more popular among younger people, 18 - 30 years old.
The rest of the boat rentals in Miami include sailboats, catamarans, jet skis, speed boats and small fishing boats. Finally, larger yachts make up less than 3% of the offerings available.
Miami, otherwise known as the sunshine state, boasts miles of sandy beaches along the Atlantic coast for you to explore.
You'll regularly find many other boat users enjoying watersports, swimming and everything else a beautiful coastal city has to offer.
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Miami International airport (MIA) is the primary airport serving the Miami area. From the airport, you can take a taxi to your boat rental.
Some of the boat owners offer airport pickup services so it's worth asking them before making a booking.
Other options include using the Airport Flyer bus which will take you to Miami beach. The Metrorail will take you straight to downtown Miami.
1. From Tampa
Driving to Miami from Tampa will take 4hrs and 6 minutes on average. It is 279.9 miles distance to cover.
Take Route 75 and eventually merge onto Florida Turnpike. This will take you into Miami. Keep in mind you will have tolls to pay on this journey.
Driving to Miami from Orlando is 235.6 miles with an average travel time of 3hrs 37 minutes. The most popular and fastest route is taking the Interstate 95 (I-95) and the Florida Turnpike until you reach Miami.
Keep in mind there are tolls on this journey and the length doesn't include rest stops.
3.From Fort Myers
Driving to Miami from Fort Myers takes an average of 2hr 20 minutes. Take the I-75 South. Continue on I-75 S. Take Florida's Turnpike to Downtown Distributor in Miami. Take exit 2C from I-95 S
Keep in mind, there are tolls on this journey.
4. From Fort Lauderdale
Driving to Miami from Fort Lauderdale takes approximately 34 minutes. Simply take the I-95 South
1. Nixon Sandbar
A very popular spot in Miami, the Nixon Sandbar is located in Key Biscayne and is a great beach to dock and soak up the sun and the crystal clear waters.
2. Bache Shoal Reef
Located near Biscayne Bay national park, this beautiful spot is a wonderful place to explore off the coast of Miami.
With it's wonderful marine life, there is plenty to see. You can also snorkel and explore the boat wrecks here too.
3. Miami River
Want to explore the restaurants in Miami? Well, you can simply travel along the Miami river and dock and have a look around for some great places to grab a bit to eat.
This is the spot with the majority of marinas and sidewalk cafes, it's a great spot to explore by boat and perhaps dock and browse the shops.
5. Crandon Park (Beach and Park)
Located in Key Biscayne, this is a beautiful place to dock and explore with rich marine wildlife and plenty of things to do in the park itself.
6. Miami Beach
Split between North and South beach, this is the perfect spot to check out by boat to see the Miami architecture and busy beaches along it's coast.
7. Haulover Sandbar
Located at Collins Ave in Miami beach, this is a particularly popular spot among younger people who enjoy watersports, swimming and snorkeling.
The weather in Miami is known as having a tropical monsoon climate. The summers are usually quite hot and humid and the winters are short and warm.
The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 83.70° F. The coolest month is January with an average temperature of 68.05 ° F.
The average price to rent a boat for a day in Miami is $1,005. However, half day boat rentals are much cheaper and more popular with some boats as cheap as $190.
There are a number of items you should bring on a boat trip. The individual boat owner might have some extra requirements like a boater education card (if you're renting without a captain and want to operate the vessel yourself) so you'll want to ask them when making the booking.
But common items worth bringing include:
You should be good to go with those items. Again, ask the boat owner directly if there is anything else you should bring.
If you wish to rent a boat in Miami and you were born after 1988, you'll need a boat safety identification card.
Alternatively, you can simply rent a boat with a captain so you don't have to worry about operating if you are born after 1988 and don't want to get a safety card.
There is pretty much every type of boat available to rent in Miami. These include:
Please note that this is just some of what you can charter. There are more options also available.