Explore Miami & Miami Beach, Florida by boat!! Charter this 40ft Sea Ray motor yacht for up to 12 people. Rate as low as $175 per hour and minimum booking of 4 hours. (The more you book, the less your rate per hour will be). Your perfect tour cruise boat and stops at Haulover Sandbar or Beer Can Island! ***MON-THU 1 HOUR FREE Additional Fees: (Crew, Docking, and Fuel ) US Coastguard mandates all bareboat charters can not pre-include captain’s salary and gratuity in the rental price, captain must be paid by the renter directly plus gratuity (15% of the rental price) if you are happy with their service. • 4 Hours: $400 • 6 Hours: $500 • 8 Hours: $600 Tip not included. Rates Includes: • Small Cooler with ice • Floating Mat What You Can Expect: This boat has an amazing sound system upgrade. Pretty Loud Nice Clear Marine Sound. It Fits 10 people comfortably. What You May Bring: BYOB. Bring whatever your group wants to drink, and then double it! Trust me, the drinks go down like water at the sandbar and you'll be happy you brought enough! • Snacks • Sunscreen • Towels If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
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i got Exactly what I ask for captain Manny was everything💛 to me and my guest
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Full refund up to 4 days prior.
- Cancellation Policy We refund 100% of your money if: 1. Trip is cancelled within 4 business days of the scheduled trip. 2. "Unforeseen circumstances" (i.e. death in immediate family, hospitalization) . Medical proof via certificate or doctors report is required for return of deposit. - Non Cancellable Conditions: Isolated or Scattered showers, overcast conditions or a forecasted "chance of rain" are not considered cancellable weather conditions (Normal in Miami during summer months; May-Sept). News stories or media coverage that highlight a current event or sensationalize local developments with weather, tourism risks, medical risks, or other travel related "warnings" that are not official state or federal restrictions to travel are not considered cancellable. The Captain has the final decision in determining if a charter must be rescheduled due to extreme weather. Rain does not constitute grounds for cancellation or rescheduling.