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Things To Do in Miami, Florida and The Bahamas

Cruising the Miami Beach area, there are many places to visit and just as many chances to get wet. Our most popular attractions are:

  1. The Haulover Sandbar: this natural sandbar is at the entrance to the ocean by Bal Harbour. The water depth is from “dry out of the water” to chest deep. It attracts almost 100 boats on the weekends, but just a few on the weekdays. Everyone is in “good spirits” at the sandbar swimming, grilling, dancing, or just relaxing in the sun.
  2. Sand Spur Island, which is front of the Haulover Sandbar: Here you can pull the boat up to the beach. This is a good place to go if you have small children. There are shade palm trees and the water is shallow for swimming.
  3. The waterfront estates of “Indian Creek Country Club”: These are the most expensive homes in Florida, at $20-$50 Million. The people that own them have some of the largest corporations in America and elsewhere. They are just used a couple weeks of the year!
  4. Dolphin and Marine Wildlife spotting: We see dolphins everyday. There are 2 pods of dolphins that live in Biscayne Bay and they like to cruise around as much as we do.
  5. Biscayne Bay: The bay is a large body of water that separates the mainland of Miami from Miami Beach. In some places it is a couple miles across. Miami does not have that much boat traffic for being a place surrounded by water. All the canals and hidden lagoons offer privacy if you want to get away from it all.
  6. Miami Skyline: The skyline of downtown Miami is beautiful. The city keeps on going up towards the sky, making great background photos to take home.
  7. Dining: There are many waterfront restaurants that offer any type of cuisine and atmosphere you are looking for. We can pull up to 20 different ones.
  8. South Beach and Star Island: This is the most well known address in Miami for the celebrities that once owned many waterfront properties here.
  9. Fisher Island: Another private island community that used to be the most expensive area code in the United States.
  10. Key Biscayne: The first key in the chain of islands that make up the Florida Keys. There are nice places to swim and eat close to this popular meeting point. Come rent a boat and see them all. We suggest at least a 4 hour cruise to see all the best spots. The prices for after 4 hours is half off (Ex. $150 per hour then the 5th and hours after are $75).