Experience the grandeur of Biscayne Bay from the water by booking this Azimut 86S for your next yacht charter in Miami. The 86S has a profile that looks like a marine creature trying to break through the water’s surface. A slim, aerodynamic body with square windows and twin mirrored shark fin windows, which are typical with the S Collection, is preceded by a very small bow. A third horizontal window lets in even more light inside the yacht.
She can sleep up to 8 guests in 4 cabins, including 1 master, 1 VIP, and 2 Twins. The Master stateroom has a king-sized bed and a big en-suite with a shower and is located amidships aft. Her twin cabins are located on the port and starboard sides, each having two single beds and en-suite baths, but her VIP cabin is located forward and has a queen-sized bed and en-suite bathroom. On day charters, she can accommodate up to 12 people.
(The itinerary described below is only a recommendation)
Start your charter at Bayside, then cruise around Biscayne Bay, past Star Island, and under the Rickenbacker Causeway Bridge to the south. Then head to the Nixon sandbar at Key Biscayne, where you may relax on the loungers or have a dip in the ocean. On request, we may supply Jetskis for your charter. You may also take a trip to the Cape Florida Lighthouse, which has a renowned seafood restaurant.
After enjoying the Nixon sandbar, take a ride through Key Biscayne’s beachfront houses, where you’re likely to see manatees and dolphins swimming beside your boat. The Miami Marine Stadium, with its rich cultural past, is located on the other side of the Rickenbacker Causeway Bridge. One of the most threatened historic sites in the country is Miami Marine Stadium. From the ocean, the stadium is a striking sight, rich in both history and promise.
Place a catering order with us to enjoy a nice meal during your charter, or add a chef to your charter to provide a customized fine dining experience to your tastebuds. Relax as the chef prepares your meals according to your preferences (upon request).