Boats And Bikinis As Good As It Gets

One of the amazing things about being in Key West is that this is an international port destination for fun loving travelers.  We enjoy meeting people from all over the world.  It’s always a pleasure to take a group of young people out who are professionals such as this fun group from Brazil.  You can do this too.  Tell us what you want to see and do on your own private charter on your sailboat.  Either kick back with the beverages of your choice or take the helm.  Fish with our crew as we have a whole boat license this year.  Or if you want to explore the reef we have the gear.  We provide snack tray of fruit or lunch sandwiches and your towels.  Relax with us for a day cruise or any kind of adventure at sea on anchor, your own private expedition and adventure.

Call us for off season rates now on this fall or winter vacation in the Florida Keys.

Albert and Ronda

305-304-4911 or 305-393-0604

email anytime:  info@keywestsailingadventure.com

 

 

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Holidays Blues? Jump! Into A Caribbean Vacation This Winter In Key West

Holidays are just blurry and a flurry of memories and some folks have the January blues when they check their credit cards from maybe a little spending.  Take a moment and picture yourself here! That should cheer you up!

Even when it’s ice and snow all over the nation we have what many consider “spring like”  temperatures in the 50-60’s and nights are mild and dry a bit cooler for locals.  Our guests have been snorkeling, sailing and doing some fishing too with our able crew.

Our rates are the same as last year and the year before.  The only change is the cleaning and set up and break down fee of your boat with your linens and towels included.  When you call direct we give you a package rate for any charters over five days.

Why wait?  take a look at more of our videos while you are at it then call anytime between 9 am – 9 pm EST and 24 – 7 email us too.  We check in the middle of the night for inquires of our future sailors.

Happy 2018 !

Capt. Albert with Ronda