Come Sail Away With the Crew of Troika II !
Chart your own course... Florida Keys / Bahamas
Bahamian Island Charters:
Thrill to the challenge of the Atlantic Ocean!
TROIKA II is available for charter to the Bahamian Islands for as many days as you wish. The following is an example of typical excursions and the length of time needed for the voyage from our Miami home base:
7 DAYS: Coconut Grove, FL. to Bimini, Bahamas, to Honeymoon Harbour at Gun Cay, Honeymoon Harbour to Cat Cay, Cat Cay to South Cat Cay, South Cat Cay return to Coconut Grove.
You should remain flexible with your itinerary because weather may dictate changes at any time. The advantage of chartering your own private vessel is that on any one day you may decide where the vessel will sail!
8 DAYS OR MORE: longer term charters are also available and since the possibilities are near endless, please consult our office or your captain for all the details. You're the boss, so you can "make it up" as you go along!
Florida Keys Charters:
A cruise through the Florida Keys is an attractive alternative to an extended cruise in the Bahama's. They offer the same range of opportunities and rewards that are nothing short of Fantastic! ... Great fishing, crystal blue waters, tropical fish, and coral reefs and more! If your vacation plans dictate an abbreviated cruise for less than 7 days or you prefer to cruise through more protected waters, then this is it! The Florida Keys begin in our back yard: Biscayne Bay, (just a short few hours sail) and stretch 200 miles all the way to Key West, with lots of safe, protected anchorage along the way. Our base location already puts you in our cruising grounds. Locations North of us such as Ft. Lauderdale, are a full days sail down, and another back up. (that's two days of your seven day charter vacation)
Imagine a cruising ground of 800 islands stretching across hundreds of miles of crystalline water, caressed year round by balmy Southeast breezes. Add to this an abundance of rock lobster, fresh fish, crabs and shrimp...all yours for the taking. These are the main ingredients of 'Americas Out Islands" The Florida Keys. Welcome to "MARGARITAVILLE" and "DOLPHINLAND!" Explore the only - living coral reef in the Continental United States without ever having to make an open-water passage. Enjoy snorkeling and fishing (it doesn't get any better than this). Visit secluded islands, marinas and resorts and never sail in water deeper than fifteen feet!There are no heavy swells for those who have a tendency toward "mal de mer"... all that wind and no waves!!! Really!!!
Suggested 7 Day Sailing Itinerary - TheFlorida Keys
DAY 1: Board your yacht at 9 AM, check-in, stow gear, breakfast, then captain's 'orientation meeting'. Familiarize yourself with your new cruising home for the next week. Kick off your shoes (and your clothes if you choose) and sail off into famous Biscayne Bay...relax and unwind, you're here! Marvel at playful schools of Dolphin as they play in the bow wake. Take the helm or just lay back! Troll along the way and you'll probably hook your first fish by the time Pumpkin Key and Key Largo pop over the horizon! Dinner at sea anchored out for the night off Key Largo.
DAY 2: Snorkel on the reefs at famous John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. The coral formations and variety of fish are astounding! Anchor at Rodriguez Key for the night or try one of the plush marinas in Port Largo Canal. Entertainment, quiet pubs, fabulous seafood restaurants are a II with in walking distance.
DAY 3: You'll need at least two days of snorkeling and sailing the reefs in the park to see all the coral formations and explore the wrecks. Actually, you could spend weeks right here! Enjoy the area and return to either Rodriguez or sail south to Tavernier Key.
DAY 4: Set sail for Islamorada and Windless Key, dock at famous Holiday Isles Marina (there's no protected anchorage here). Enjoy an evening of dockside entertainment at the world famous TIKI BAR or KOKOMO. Meet the local characters (known as 'Conchs'), learn 'colorful' sea ballads and songs about the rich history of the Florida Keys, wild ladies, pirates and of course ...rum.
DAY 5: Enjoy the sandy beaches of Holiday Isles, the fresh water pool, barbecues, parasailing, water skiing, wave runners, hobie cats and small nautical shops. Spend the balance of the day here or elect to sail south to Indian Key and anchor out for the night.
DAY 6: Up early, setting sail north through Hen And Chickens reefs for fishing, snorkeling and exploring an ancient wreck! Continue north to Angelfish Creek and anchoring for the night at picturesque Sands and Boca Chita Key.Since this is our last night out, how about a Sunset Cocktail Party with special hors d'oeuvres followed by yet another gourmet candlelit dinner?
DAY 7: After lunch on-board, set sail through the Featherbeds and north to Biscayne Bay and our marina. Now you've sailed the entire Upper and Middle Keys become acquainted with 'Margaritaville', 'Conchs', 'Dolphinland', and coral reefs you'll never forget. You've sampled some of our native food and music and made long-lasting shipboard friends...an experience you'll probably cherish and talk about forever!
Sailing Itinerary Abaco's - Bahamas:
Options abound in the Abacos! From our base in Marsh Harbour, one option is to sail south to Little Harbour then continue on to reef exploring at Sandy Cay and exploring Tahiti at Elbow Cay. Hopetown with its famous 'candy striped' lighthouse and hurricane hole anchorage is always a must stop. Man-o-War, the reefs at Fowl Cay, Great Guana and Green Turtle Cay are also convenient, must- see stops. Time permitting, some of the out-out islands just north of Green Turtle may be included. In short, you could enjoy months In this island paradise chain and still not see it all!
Why go Sailing with us?
- A very inexpensive relaxing vacation .
- Do as much or as little as you like.
- Chart your own course.
Call or e-mail now for more information. Book early to ensure your charter boat will be available when you are. Call Now !
- (305) 772-4221
- Out of the USA Use the proper country code
- 011 (305) 772-4221
- Postal address
- 2809 Bird Ave. Suite 216 Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
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