When it comes to boating in the Sunshine State, there are endless ways to get out on the water and enjoy that year-round sunshine. From yacht rentals in Miami that you can take out to Haulover Sandbar or a sailboat rental in Fort Lauderdale that you can cruise on over to the area’s best waterfront restaurants, Boatsetter’s got you covered. With more than 2,200 miles of shoreline and 11,000 miles of rivers and waterways along the Gulf Coast, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Florida Keys, you can enjoy some time out on the water with everything from wakeboarding to deep sea fishing.
Up in the Panhandle, lies perhaps the biggest fishing town in the world with some of the best boat rentals in Florida. Destin, known for its abundance of fishing boats and guided tours, is home to some of the best anglers in the country. With its pristine beaches and popularity, the “Worlds Luckiest Fishing Village” is a terrific place to take the family for a week-long getaway. Known for its Destin Harbour Boardwalk, there’s no better place to hop aboard a Destin fishing boat rental to get in on some serious angling action.
Known as being the most populous city in Florida and for having a large population of sailboats, Jacksonville is the perfect place to get sailing with your crew. With private sailboat rentals and bareboat rentals alike, you can head out on the water and serve as your own captain or have one of our experienced captains show you the ropes. Learning how the sail can be one of the best experiences someone can have and we highly suggest trying this out in Jacksonville!
The Florida Keys stretches nearly 200 miles from Biscayne National Park to the Dry Tortugas and is truly a boater’s paradise. Hundreds of islands, America’s only living coral reefs, crystal clear waters, and thick mangrove forests all make their home in the Florida Keys. The crowning jewel of the Florida Keys is inarguably Key West. As the Southernmost city and home to the most picturesque sunsets and best boat rentals in the continental United States, Key West offers stunning vistas, world-class snorkeling, and Margaritas so good they inspire songs. No visit to Key West is complete without a stop at Jimmy Buffett’s famed Margaritaville.
Fort Lauderdale, often dubbed the Venice of America, features 300 miles of waterways and 40,000 resident yachts. Anglers from all over the world flock to the Greater Fort Lauderdale area for both fresh and salt water fishing. Fort Lauderdale also provides a good launching point for a weekend trip to the Bahamas. Whether you’re looking to board a yacht or head out on the water for some deep sea fishing, Fort Lauderdale is the perfect destination for you.
Surrounded by Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, Miami is home to the world’s largest cruise ship port. As a premier boating destination, Miami offers warm temperatures both above and below the water’s surface. It’s no surprise that the aquamarine waters of this subtropical paradise make for a popular boating destination year-round with some of the best boat rentals from yachts to sailboats. Like Fort Lauderdale, Miami also provides an excellent launching point for a weekend or day trip to the Bahamas if you’re up for some island hopping. So jump aboard a superyacht and head on over to Haulover Sandbar!