The Moorings – Experience Miami: Day Charters Now Available

Moorings Miami


Feb 9, 2016

Experience the thrill of a Moorings yacht charter in America’s backyard. Ideal for travellers of all types, Miami features a wealth of activities and attractions – from world-famous South Beach to amazing snorkelling spots, mouthwatering restaurants, laid-back bars and more.

Aboard a spacious Moorings catamaran, you and up to 11 guests can indulge in the comfort of luxurious outdoor living spaces, modern interiors and a variety of amazing amenities – all with the guidance of your expert local captain. Discover more by calling a Moorings Vacation Planner at 855.237.3381 or visiting our site today!

All-New Day Charters in Miami

Already have a Miami visit planned? Are you a local resident looking to get away for a few hours? Day trips are now available on acclaimed yachts like The Moorings 393PC Power Catamaran and 3900 Sail Catamaran. Set off for periods of 4 or 8 hours to see the sights and experience everything the waters of Miami have to offer. Afterward, return in the afternoon to recoup for a night on the town. Speak to a Moorings Vacation Planner to learn more.

It’s Closer Than You Think

With a large international airport just a stone’s throw away, Miami is extremely easy to reach from any major airport in the U.S. or Canada. Best of all, it’s the only Moorings destination that doesn’t require a passport. So, what are you waiting for? Come on down, the water’s fine.

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