Charter 46ft "Captain Sir" Sloop In Miami, Florida

46 ft
6 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy the pleasures of sailing in Miami, Florida! Charter the 46 feet "Captain Sir" Sloop for up to 6 people. Rate as low as $163 per hour (minimum of 4 hours).


• Half Day: $650
• Full Day: $900
• Weekend: $1,995 Per Couple
• Full Week: $850 Per Day for up to 6 Guests

What You Can Expect:

Sail in luxurious style aboard the most elegant charter sailboat in Miami, staffed by a gracious crew. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, generous amenities, and timeless pleasure. Entrust the details of your itinerary and gourmet meals to your experienced captain and crew, whose past guest list from a decade of chartering boasts people from around the globe. Unparalleled privacy and personal service are delivered at affordable prices.

Far from the typical mass market mega cruise ship vacations and as close to your dream vacation as could possibly be designed.

What To Expect Onboard:

An Island Packet 46-foot cutter rigged sloop with an abundance of custom features will help make your afternoon, evening or week aboard, most comfortable. Her spacious cockpit is eight feet long, protected by a Bimini top, dodger and removable connector between the two. Roller furling main, staysail and genoa jibs plus all self-tailing winches make for easy sail handling. All lines are led to the cockpit for safety. The electric windlass on deck makes for "no sweat" anchoring. The new step down, sugar scoop stern with a generously sized water-level platform is both fun and functional.

The feeling of bright, open spaciousness is conveyed immediately upon entering the cabin. Fresh air and natural light are generously provided with 17 opening ports and 8 hatches – all with screens. Fans are thoughtfully placed over each bunk and in the galley for additional comfort. The forward stateroom spans the entire beam of the yacht and features an unusually large head/shower area; the aft stateroom is equally inviting with cedar lined closets and direct access to the aft head and shower. The main salon features full-length settees with the starboard one converting to a double berth. The salon upholstery is all premium ultra leather for a soft luxurious feel. Both heads feature vacu-flush (no pumping) with separate shower stalls.

Luxury features abound including air conditioning, inverter, flat screen TV/DVD, Sirius Satellite Radio, iPod, generator, microwave, autopilot, hot/cold shower on the stern and anchor windless. Accommodating you in comfort, privacy, safety, and style is the number one priority onboard Captain Sir!

Boat Specification:

• Builder: Island Packet
• Engine: 75 HP Yanmar
• Length: 45’9"
• Beam: 14’4"
• Draft: 5
• Fuel Capacity: 160 gallons
• Water Capacity: 260 gallons

Boat Equipment:

• Diesel Generator
• Wind Generator
• Inverter
• Wind, speed, depth instruments
• Autopilot, Air-conditioning, Link 2000 energy monitor, GPS


• Air Conditioned (at dock and at anchor)
• Cockpit table
• AM/FM Stereo
• 6 pack CD changer
• iPod and iPod adapter
• Bose iPod/iPhone docking station
• Sirius XM Satellite Radio
• Cockpit speakers
• Bose speakers in cabin and on deck
• 14 opening ports
• 8 opening hatches
• Oscillating fans throughout
• Flat screen TV and DVD player
• 10-foot dinghy with 8 HP outboard
• Custom cockpit cushions
• Propane BBQ

Additional Services:

Breakfast or Snacks

• Half Day: $10
• Full Day: $10
• Full Week: $40 Per Person / Per Day


• Half Day: $20
• Full Day: $20
• Full Week: $40 Per Person / Per Day


• Half Day: $50
• Full Day: $50
• Full Week: $40 Per Person / Per Day


  • Type: Sloop
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Make Model: Island Packet
  • Rental Minimum: 4 hours
  • Length: 46 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear for a four-hour sail?

Captain Sir! is very casual and most guests step aboard in shorts and soft-soled shoes. Going barefoot is encouraged. Bring your bathing suit and clothing that will provide ample sun protection. In “winter” (November-March) a light jacket or sweater is recommended. Overall, the weather is the best indicator for what to wear – most importantly – dress comfortably!

What should I wear/pack for an extended trip?

The key is not to over pack. All your linens and towels are provided. If planning for the Bahamas, bring a pair of shoes for beach walking, like Tevas – parts of the Bahamas have rocky shorelines. Nothing in the Bahamas or The Florida Keys requires jackets, ties, formal wear or heels. Going ashore is a casual, easy, enjoyable experience everywhere!

Aboard Captain Sir! there is no captain’s night where dress up is required. Whatever you feel comfortable in, that’s proper attire!

Entertainment: While Captain Sir! does not promise napkin folding or table tennis on deck, make sure you ask the captain to entertain you with his exceptional magic and card tricks. He is also a first-class sailing instructor with a lot of patience with adults as well as children.

Books and magazines are aboard, however, if you are a reader, bring something that you have been wanting to read – it’s a great opportunity to kick back, listen to the lapping of the waves and get lost in a good book.

If you have a favorite CD, DVDs or an iPod bring it along. Or, connect to your music using our Bluetooth. Captain Sir! also has an extensive collection of everything from Jimmy Buffet to SOCA to classical to popular to jazz to easy listening, as well as Sirius XM Satellite radio with nearly 200 stations including news, sports and talk.

Also feel free to bring your snorkel gear, fishing pole (a fishing license is required) or ask about other items if you are unsure about bringing them.

What about the sun and sunscreen?

The sun in the tropics is certainly stronger than most other places in the United States. Be cautious with the sun and bring sunscreen lotion, Not Oil! Oil is difficult to remove from the decks and cushions and creates a slippery surface. Highly recommended is a long sleeve shirt to snorkel in to protect your back and arms. Better yet, is a nylon dive shirt. These not only keep you warm if the water is cool, but also provide great sun protection. Dive shops sell them to be worn under a wet suit for rash protection. Also, highly recommended is a hat to provide facial shade – a visor works pretty well. Just make sure if you bring a hat it’s not one with a wide brim that will blow off easily in windy conditions – one with a chin strap is ideal.

What should I leave home?

Leave expensive jewelry at home. Firearms and illegal drugs are prohibited. All craft are subject to search by the U.S. Coast Guard and U. S. Customs.

Please also leave hard-sided luggage at home. Instead, pack with duffle bags or soft sided luggage that can easily be stowed after unpacking onboard.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Dinghy
  • Dodger
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Air Conditioning
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

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