Monthly Archives: February 2012
Even with only a few days to get away, you can still have a unique and exciting vacation with a South Florida day charter. Our half day boat rentals enable you to cruise the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, touring Miami and nearby sites, such as Star Island, Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, Stiltsville, and the Port of Miami. If you can get away for an entire day, you can enjoy the comfort of a luxury yacht, while sailing to Boca Chita and Elliot Keys.
Longer vacations might encompass areas outside of Miami and the beaches. The Florida Keys, for instance, feature world-class diving and crystal clear waters. The barrier reef is a must-see and vacationers love to enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of Key Largo, Key West, and many of the other 40 islands south of Miami. The Bahamas are located only 50 miles off of the Florida coast. With twenty-three inhabited islands and thousands of unpopulated islets, the Bahamas make for an ideal boating vacation.
Heading on vacation can be a lot of fun, but sometimes preparing for the trip can be stressful, especially if you’re not sure what to bring. Here is a helpful list to ensure that you don’t forget something important for your Bahamas yacht charter.
- Keep your luggage to a minimum. Storage space is limited, and you’ll probably spend most of your time in a bathing suit anyway.
- Bring several bathing suits, casual clothing that is resort appropriate, and even casual dress attire for dinner ashore. You may also wish to bring a light jacket or sweater for air-conditioned locations.
- Your shoes will depend on your itinerary. If you’re going hiking, bring hiking boots.
- Pack protection from the sun, including sun screen, hats, and sunglasses.
- Don’t forget any medications that you are taking. Pack seasickness medicine if you think you might need it. Bring an extra pair of prescription glasses, just in case.
- Bring your camera. You’ll want to take lots of pictures of the beautiful Bahamas scenery.
- You can bring your cell phone; however phone service at sea can be spotty.
- Carry passports for each guest on board.
- If you are plan on going scuba diving, be sure to bring your diving credentials.
Yacht Miss Michelle
Luxury yacht Miss Michelle offers an amazing number of unique amenities, making it the yacht charter choice for the Bahamas. With a welcoming main salon, perfect for intimate conversations, and a spacious dining area, which seats up to ten guests, Miss Michelle is well-equipped and comfortable.
This 130’-yacht can has five cabins and can accommodate eleven guests. It features many outdoor areas, so that you may truly enjoy all of the beautiful sites and sunny weather of the Bahamas. The Sky Lounge Deck offers additional space for dining as well as a BBQ. On the Sun Deck, there is a Jacuzzi with sunpads, sun chairs, a 52” TV, a dining table that seats ten, and a wetbar.
Yacht charter rates for Miss Michelle include use of a Chase 31’ Novurania Tender with twin 250hp Yamaha engines, which is ideal for exploring the islands of the Bahamas in absolute comfort.
Chase 31’ Novurania Tender
Yacht Miss Michelle includes many water toys, such as:
- 31’ Novurania Towed Tender with twin 250hp
- 18’ Nautica with 150 HP Engine 14′ rib jet boat
- 4 x stand up paddle boards
- Snorkel gear for 8
- Inflatable tubes and bananas to tow of various sizes water skis
- Water slide from boat deck to waterline
- 2 Waverunners
Water slide on yacht Miss Michelle
Vacationing in the British Virgin Islands just got better.
Yacht Syrenka, a 137-foot Palmer Johnson, is regularly $100,000 per week, but is now available at a discounted rate of $85,000 per week. If you prefer a ten day yacht charter, you’ll receive a 35% discount on the rate.
This stunning yacht has had updates inside and out and includes a full-width master statesroom with an additional child’s room, two VIP staterooms and two guest rooms, and a spacious sundeck with shade cover. Yacht Syrenka has a top of the line entertainment system, contemporary furnishings, and additional water toys are available upon request.
Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas
The perfect start to a Bahamas yacht charter is at the Atlantis Resort and Marina. The casino, located on Paradise Island, offers 50,000 square feet of gaming fun, including over 90 table games and 850 slot machines. People travel from all over not only for the games of luck and skill, but also to attend blackjack tournaments, slot championships, and live concerts held on the premises.
The Aura Nightclub, located above the casino, attracts VIP guests and celebrities who come to enjoy the elegant surroundings, delicious cocktails, and sunken glass dance floor.
The 14-acre interactive dolphin habitat at the Atlantis Resorts is a one-of-a-kind adventure. At Dolphin Cay you can swim and play with dolphins or learn how to train, feed, and care for exotic marine animals from a trained specialist.
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Shroud Cay is an uninhabited archipelago of cays and rocks in the Bahamas that is part of the Exuma Park. The islands are connected by saltwater rivers and protective mangroves, within which conch, crawfish, sea turtles, birds, sharks, and fishes all rest and nest.
In some places, the rivers are quite shallow and only accessible during high tides. Kayaking – or riding waverunners – through the water ways is the perfect way to explore this magical area and spot baby creatures in the wild. The beaches here are untouched and deserted, making for the perfect private picnic spot.
Exploring the wilderness of Shroud Cay is a great escape from the crowded beaches and villages elsewhere in the Bahamas. It is a place to truly discover your own island and your very own beach.