Spotlight on Key West Boat Rentals and Yacht Charters
Located at the tip of Florida’s Key chain, Key West’s island atmosphere, laid back attitude and nautical location make it the perfect destination for boating, fishing and water sports enthusiasts. Once you’ve walked Duval Street, snapped a selfie at the southernmost point buoy and had a cheeseburger at Margaritaville, it’s time to rent a boat and get out on those turquoise waves of the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
Along with other boat-based activities, Key West is one of the best destinations to dine by boat. Enjoy a leisurely cruise before pulling up just in time for happy hour. Afterwards, watch the famous Mallory Square sunset from the deck. Also, you’ll be closer to Cuba than the mainland United States. How cool is that?
If we haven’t caught your attention yet, read on for some of our recommendations for great Key West boat rentals.
The Bertram 46-foot sport fishing boat comes fully rigged and equipped with air conditioning and the latest technology and navigational equipment. Whether you’re sightseeing, fishing or snorkeling, you’ll be doing it in style and comfort in this state-of-the-art fishing boat. There are two state rooms, a living room and two heads, or bathrooms in boat lingo.
Whether you’re sightseeing, waterskiing, fishing or just cruising around the coast, a 37-foot SeaRay motor yacht is the perfect choice for most any water activity. It’s equipped with a full set of electronics that includes a depth finder, VHF radio and a GPS chart plotter. The spacious cabin has a bathroom, air conditioning and on-board cooking. Anglers will appreciate the livewell, fish box and salt water wash down. A dive platform makes getting in and out of the water a breeze for snorkelers, divers and swimmers.
The Lanphere 80-foot sport fishing boat is decked out with every comfort and amenity you can imagine. This Key West boat rental can easily take you, your friends and anyone you find hanging out at the docks around the Keys or even to Mexico and the Bahamas. From fishing, sunbathing and snorkeling to diving, sightseeing and relaxing in front of the 60-inch flat screen TV, this floating resort allows everybody on board to do their own thing.
Wellcraft Scarab 32
With twin Evinrude outboard engines, this 32-foot center console can take on the waves for a day of cruising, sightseeing and water sports. Tour the secluded islands and sandbars around the Keys and anchor out for a day of sunbathing, picnicking and snorkeling. The best beaches in Key West are always the ones you find on your own. If you get the urge to cast a line, there are rod holders, a livewell and a fish box. Enjoy the shade of a Bimini top when the rays get too hot.