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Best Charter Boats In South Florida

July 21, 2013 12:02 PM

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If you’re like most of us, it’s always a lot of fun to get out and enjoy yourself on the waters in and around South Florida. But to be safe, your best bet is probably to make sure you have someone else at the controls. These are some of the best charter boats in South Florida.

Tikki Beach Yacht

Tahiti Palm Charters

301 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami,FL 33132
(305) 579-8444
www.tahitipalmcharters.com

The Tahiti Palm Charter Yacht is more like a floating tropical island complete with grass and palm trees. You can charter it around the Biscayne Bay and north towards Fort Lauderdale. They offer private charters by the hour and daily cruises that are open to the public.

The Venetian Lady

The Venetian Lady

(305) 379-5119
http://www.venetianlady.com/

Venetian Lady cruises have dinner cruises, weddings, anniversary, and cruises around Miami. They offer catamarans, sailboats, fishing, and even holiday cruises. Cruises start as low as $65 and they’ll definitely give you views that you won’t soon forget.

Island Queen Cruises

The Island Queen Cruises

Bayside Marketplace
401 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132
http://www.islandqueencruises.com/

Located in Bayside Marketplace, Island Queen cruises can be picked up right after you get done with a day of shopping. The cruises will take you around the homes of the rich and famous on Miami Beach and leave you longing to be a child of wealth and taste.

Miami Charter Boat Fishing

Miami Charter Boat

Bayside Marketplace
401 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL
(954) 562-0747
www.miamicharterboat.com

Calling itself Miami’s premier charter operation, Miami Charter Boats will take you and your crew on a top notch fishing tour. Boat staff will teach you the latest proven techniques to help you bag the big one to either mount on your wall or enjoy at the dinner table.

Tropical Boat Charters

Tropical Boat Charters

(768) 218-3030
www.tropicalboat.com

Tropical Boat Charters will take you around the local waters or out into the Caribbean or even to the Bahamas. But, if you are planning on a boat bigger than 60′ for a day cruise, you’ll also be charged for fuel. The company has boats all the way up to a 115′ with 2 waverunners, but that’ll cost you a minimum of $10,000 plus the cost of gas.

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