The Best Boat Rentals in Miami Beach, Florida
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What to know about renting a boat in Miami Beach
Boating in Miami Beach is part of life for residents and a must for visitors. With Biscayne Bay on its west coast and the Atlantic Ocean on its east, there are plenty of opportunities for powerboating and sailing. November through April is Miami Beach’s dry season and a perfect getaway for boaters looking to leave colder winters. If you don’t have your own boat, many private owners rent theirs out and there is a plentitude of companies chartering boats small and large, party pontoons, and non-powered watercraft.
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Miami Beach offers plentiful opportunities for divers and snorkelers at the sunken Half Moon schooner and the Jose Cuervo Margarita Bar, a 10,000-pound concrete reef. Kayak closer to home and take in Miami Beach from Biscayne Bay, or charter one of the countless fishing charters for excitement in the open water. The year-round sunshine makes Miami Beach a perfect place for exploring Florida’s famed south coast.
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About Miami Beach
Miami Beach is an island formed of natural and man-made barriers that lay just north of Miami, lining nearly 12 miles of Florida’s Atlantic Coast. Miami Beach makes a great resort community due to its tropical climate with hot, humid summers, and warm, dry winters. The Art Deco District, which has been a U.S. historic district since 1979, draws tourist and architects worldwide for its unique buildings. South Beach, one of Miami Beach’s most popular neighborhoods, provides hundreds of restaurants, hotels, and nightclubs for visitors as well as its sandy-white beach.