Florida has a subtropical climate and a protected natural harbor. It is a very popular place for tourists from all over the world since it combines places to rest and shopping centers for those who are looking to take away more than just memories.
On your first day you will go to Miami where you will spend the night in one of the Marinas such as Dinner Key Marina, Bay Side Marina, Miami Beach Marina or “No Name Harbor”
From Miami you will sail south through Biscayne Bay. You will be able to anchor on Elliott Key where you can swim, snorkel or just relax on the beach. At night you will meet Pumpkin
On the third day you will be able to navigate the Hawks Canal passing first through Angelfish Creek if the tide allows, generally the entry and exit can be difficult. Then sail north to Key Largo where the Marina del Mar is located.
Sail southwest to Marathon where the Marathon Marina “The Jewel of the Florida Keys” is located
The navigation route is towards Sombrero Reef, a good opportunity for activities such as snorkeling or swimming. You can also visit Windley Key and the Holiday Isle Marina.
The last day is towards Miami. Sail abroad to Port Everglades and return to the Marina to disembark.
In Miami, summers are very hot, oppressive, wet, and mostly cloudy, and winters are short, comfortable, humid, windy, and mostly clear. During the course of the year, the temperature generally varies from 17 ° C to 32 ° C and rarely drops below 10 ° C or rises above 33 ° C.
High season: From November to May.
Low season: From June to October.
Usually between 15 and 20 knots from November to May, and from 10 to 15 knots from June to October.
Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather.