Yacht departure location

Most of our yachts depart from South Beach or Downtown Miami, each yacht has a specific departure dock location. Exact location of your departure dock with directions to get there is provided in your confirmation email after you book.


Depending on the length of your charter booking, your captain and crew will show you the best spots and local attractions possible within your allotted rental Time.

  • Join your captain and crew for an exciting adventure on the waters of South Beach, Miami and Key Biscayne.

  • See the homes of the rich and famous on Star Island from the yachts large sun pad on the bow. 

  • Cruise along the downtown Miami skyline.

  • Tropical lagoons and islands are along the way for swimming!

  • Head farther south towards Key Biscayne and the homes of Stiltsville.

What is included

  • Licensed captain and crew, local cruising fuel, cooler, ice, water, soda.

Available Add Ons

  • Catering is available and can be added onto your yacht charter. Catering orders must be submitted 36 hours prior to departure date to insure availability of items. View the catering menu here.

What to know

  • Gratuity is not included but up to your discretion after your charter, 15-20% of the charter total is standard for tipping. 

  • The yacht has a fridge, kitchen and bathroom on board. 

  • The yacht has a great sound system. You may plug in iPhones / iPods to play your own music.

What to bring  

  • Bring food or beverage items along that you'd like.

  • Bring a towel if you'd like to swim.

What NOT to bring

  • Pets are not allowed onboard due to THE allergy concerns of other FUTURE CLIENTELE.

  • No self tanning lotion or bronzer allowed onboard or on your person as it stains yacht upholstery.

  • Avoid wearing denim or jean articles of clothing as the dyes can seep into the yachts upholstery when wet.

  • No red wine allowed aboard as it can also spill and damage the yachts.

  • We do not allow BBQ equipment, hookah, shisha, or other items that utilize open flames, gas, propane, coals, etc.