Nice view of palm and hibiscus island and the Miami Beach highrises in the distance & downtown miami skyline in the other side. The sailboat will stay Anchored out in the water on the protected bay. We include a round trip a day with skiff that adds an extra charm to the experience, more rides available at $5 per trip with a water taxy Great view of the 4 of july and new years eve fireworks. Come and enjoyed the unique spot
“This boat is incredible, I definitely recommend it 100%, we stayed 3 days and we enjoyed it from the first to the last, it is a totally different experience to the traditional, if you are adventurous and you like tranquility and live something unconventional this is for You, the boat has everything you need to have comfortable accommodation, the kitchen is equipped with everything and has water to bathe with fresh water. Highly recommended”
Welcome aboard the sailboat "Courser" which is anchored in Miami Beach. Enjoy beautiful scenery on the water in this anti-hotel alternative for a place to stay in Miami Beach. The location is great walking distances to restaurants, bars, and parks. There is also easy access to Monument Island. There is a private shuttle service that will bring you back and forth to shore, or you can use a dinghy that is provided with the boat.
Sea Biscuit, our 36 ft Islander sailboat is moored on Biscayne Bay, two miles west of South Beach and one mile east of down town Miami. From this exclusive location you will enjoy the tranquility of the bay and still Sea Biscuits interior is cozy and comfortable and can acomodate up to 5 guests.
“Great location, beautiful views and an amazing host who accommodated all our needs. He was available to ferry us at all times. We were within 10 minutes via Uber to both South Beach and DT Miami. The boat, Sea Biscuit, is anchored right next to the Chidren’s Museum and Jungle Island. Getting there was tricky, may work better to search Miami Outboard Club and then go left into the boat ramp area where Ricardo will pick you up. If you go into the Miami Yacht Club, you’ve gone too far. Although very clean and water tight, this is an older boat and shows wear and tear. But the spacious interior and detailed teak woodwork made it cozy. The bed was super comfortable and the V berth climate controlled using a large fan running off of a generator. It worked very well when it rained and we closed all the hatches. Loved the mini library of books that are based on epic sailing adventures. Would make a longer stay enjoyable.”