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Private Sailing Charter in Miami

Highlights
  • Customized tour for up to six people

  • See Millionaire’s Row, Vizcaya, and the downtown skyline from the water

  • Snacks and beverages included

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Private Sailing Charter in Miami
From $425.00
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4pm, 2 Hour TourMost Popular
This is a private charter for up to six (6) guests.
From $425.00
10am, 2 Hour Tour
This is a private charter for up to six (6) guests.
From $425.00
10am, 4 Hour Tour
This is a private charter for up to six (6) guests. This charter includes, paddle board, kayak, time for a swim and lunch(customer provided or catered upon request, additional fee may apply)
From $595.00
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Overview
Enjoy a private sailing trip on a 40 foot Beneteau sailboat. Customize your own trip with Captain Bill, who's always game to give an impromptu sailing lesson to adventurous passengers—you can even take the helm or help work a wench. Or, just sit back, relax, and take in the sights. Choose a northern or southern route to highlight Miami classics like the skyline, MIllionaire's Row, and the magnificent Vizcaya estate.
What to Expect
There are various itineraries to chose from, depending on your interests. One option is to leave Dinner Key Marina toward Key Biscayne. Then head east to view Millionaire’s Row where President Nixon’s house was when he was in office. Another option is setting a northerly course toward the Miami skyline. On this course we would pass Vizcaya, the estate constructed to mimic and old Spanish villa, built by the owner of International Harvester.

Sit back and enjoy a glass of wine or beverage while enjoying the views and sailing. For the more adventurous, help sail the boat by taking the helm or working a winch. Impromptu sailing lessons are always available from Captain Bill.

Please note: Price listed is per boat, so you will only need to select one adult for your booking of a maximum of 6 people.
Reviews (38)
1 - 5 of 30 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
AWESOME EXPERIENCE

Cant put to words on how amazing my experience was with Captain Bill and his wife Tracy. I proposed to my girlfriend with lets go sailing today and everything was perfect. I am so happy that I decided to work with them! They took care...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Paolo L
Reviewed March 26, 2018
Famlily of Five Boat Adventure

Loved it! Our family of 5, boys aged 15, 12 and 8 did the four hour charter. We sailed around the Bay for approximately two hours before Captain Bill took us to the Nixon sandbar. There we were able to use his "toys", kayak, paddleboard...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Tayl0rFamily
Reviewed January 3, 2018
Wonderful experience for all the family

We had a wonderful experience on the dream catcher with Captain Bill. We did the 2 hour sunset cruise out around Miami, Bill explained lots, let us have a try steering the boat etc. My children (10 & 12) really enjoyed the experience and we...More

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank Amanda B
Reviewed December 31, 2017
Excellent experience!

a 4 hours trip around Downtown Miami (as we wanted). not only tje weather was perfect...also the boat and of course our captn Bill! Wonderful experience. Thanks a lot Bill!!!!

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Date of experience: December 2017
Thank etiennealine2017
Reviewed July 10, 2017
Very nice experience in Miami

The marina is well organized and has parking available. The boat is very well kept and confortable. Cap Bill makes it a memorable experience either to just relax and enjoy the ride or if you want to practice your sailing skills. We will do this...More

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank rafanorbert
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