Find the perfect boat rental with or without a captain for as little as $120 by searching among the 205 options listed in Miami Beach. Save up to 28%.
You can easily find a vessel with popular amenities to your liking in Miami Beach. Some of the boats have "internet" or "cabins" so you can possible enjoy sleeping overnight onboard.
There are 35 available rentals that include "showers" so you can cool down from sun bathing along the Miami Beach coastline.
This chart shows the average price of rentals in Miami Beach over the course of a year. Prices steadily increase to an average of $1,061.12 per day into the summer months when the weather is hotter and people want to spend time out on the seawater.
The prices are at their cheapest coming into late December, early January with an average price of $998.62. (this is an average of full day prices rather than half day prices)
The above graph shows the average temperature in Miami Beach throughout the year. Usually, July is the hottest month with temperatures reaching a maximum of higher than 90°F.
January is the coolest month with temperatures reaching lows of 65°F. January through March have the coldest seawater temperatures with an average being 75.2°F
In Miami Beach, more than half of the 205 vessels are motorboat rentals, which represent 59.23% of the available boats.
The average daily price for motorboat rentals is $2,032 and the average size is 37 ft. Keep in mind that half day options are cheaper.
78% of the boat rentals have a captain option available.
If you are on a budget and there are a group of more than 10, pontoon rentals are a great boat type in Miami Beach as they are capable of holding larger group sizes.
Pontoon boats in Miami Beach are cheaper with average prices of $765.12 per day.
With so many available options, choose the perfect boat for you, your friends and family and have a great time of the water.
With some options as cheap as $120, there is something for most budgets out there. Whether you want to enjoy a party boat with friends, a fishing trip with family, or a higher end Yacht to show off with friends, there should be something for everyone.
So browse and find the best boating experience there is!
You have a number of options when travelling from the airport to Miami Beach. You can take the Miami Beach Airport Express Bus.
They run every 30 minutes and are cheap, usually under $5. It takes 25- 30 minutes to get there by taking the I-195 E for 12.8 miles.
Alternatively, you can hire a taxi or Uber to get there but this will be more expensive.
With amazing reefs and rich marine life, Miami Beach has some great places to explore by boat.
Divided into North Beach and South Beach, there are some awesome places to visit by boat.
Go diving along the coast and explore the vast amount of ship wrecks. From your boat rental, check out "Almirante", a 200 foot sunken ship.
Alternatively, check out "Blue Fire", another ship wreck with a healthy amount of different fish species.
Maybe ship wrecks aren't your thing, then you could also explore "Tenneco Towers", an old oil rig.
The weather in Miami Beach is generally hot and humid throughout the year with the coolest month typically in January.
The best time to boat here is in April when the temperatures are rising with an average of 75.72°F through the month.
This is the best month because it's not too hot plus you'll get the best value for money with your boat rental also.
The average price to rent a boat in Miami Beach is $1061.12 per day in the peak summer season. (This is a per day average, the more popular per half day option is much cheaper)
In late December and January, the average price drops to $998.62 per day.
If you're born after 1988, you'll need a boater education card. This is something you must carry with you while operating the boat.
The other more popular option is to hire a captain with the boat. With over 78% of the boat rentals offering a captain option, you won't be stuck searching for one.
There are some great places to explore along the beach.
1. South Beach
Nicknamed "Sobe", this is a spot to see people swimming, enjoying water skiing or scuba diving.
2. Lummus Park Beach
Another beautiful spot to check out with the white beach sand and palm trees.
3. Miami Beach Botanical Garden
This 2. 6 acre site is a wonderful green space to check out