Explore Bimini’s turquoise waters at your leisure with a variety of water activities. From serene relaxation to exhilarating adventures, there’s an activity for every guest. Race on a jet ski through the stunning blue waters, Tour the SS Sapona shipwreck and visit the sting rays at Honeymoon Harbor.
The best way to spend the day in Miami is to hop on our boat for a fun ride out to the Haulover sandbar! Party like a local with your toes in the sand and a drink in your hand or simply relax in the shallow waters while enjoying the island music.
Swim to the Island or have the tender take you there. Jump in the water and then climb aboard aqua lilly. If you just want to get your feet wet have the captain lower the hydraulic swim platform a few feet and just cool off.
The Florida Keys are like a coral kingdom: a 125-mile-long arcing chain of islands flung south from the tip of Florida with the ultimate island just to travel the Florida Keys is to feel on a magical, water-surrounded journey.
Flagler Monument Island is an almost secret hideaway tucked amongst the spectacular small islands located between Miami and Miami Beach. The island has a small beach and has a soaring 110 foot monument to Henry M. Flagler which was erected in 1939.
Spend 4 hours of fun-in-the-sun at the famous Nixon Sandbar where you can party hard or spend a day of relaxation while working on your sun-tan under South Florida’s sun and enjoy the water with our inflatables.
Welcome to Stiltsville, a Curious Collection of 7 houses a Mile Off the Florida Coast there you’ll be able to clearly spot seven different buildings that are hovering above shallow waters having been built on wood or reinforced concrete pilings.
During its heyday, powerboat races, Easter sunrise services, and concerts under the stars all drew thousands to Miami Marine Stadium. Hundreds of boats would surround the floating stage to enjoy the festivities. The experience was authentic Miami—there was nothing else like it, anywhere.
Just two miles north of Port Everglades, you can experience Fort Lauderdale’s landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall and brick paved path.