Island Adventures is your headquarters for sailing charters to the Florida Keys .

We are now offering trips starting in Islamorada or Key Largo in the middle Keys! This eliminates the 2 day trip sailing to the best section of the Keys! This service starts in November of 2012.We normally depart from Fort Lauderdale but you now have the option of starting or ending your trip in Islamorada or Key Largo! You can make it a one way trip down or back or start and end your trip there! There is a $350 delivery charge each way. Transportation to the middle keys is available via limo or rental car service. This change offers you 4 more days on the reefs and hotspots the keys are famous for.



When you start your sailing trip out of Islamorada you have lots of choices as to where you want to go! Leaving out of Smugglers Cove located on Snake creek you can start your trip sailing into the Gulf of Mexico to explore the islands and wildlife of the Gulf of Mexico and Florida bay! There are loads of small restaurants and Tiki bars you can anchor off shore of for a little dancing and live music! Or you can start by Kayaking or exploring the nearby creeks in the inflatable and return to the boat for happy hour, dinner and watch the sunset sink into the pristine waters of the Gulf of Mexico.The Fun starts as soon as you board!
You can head out of snake creek and hit your first dive spot , Hens and Chickens reef Click here: Hen & Chickens Reef – Islamorada SCUBA Site – Dive Spots
After a quick snorkel there you can sail up to Penny Camp Park in Key Largo for some of the best diving and snorkeling in the Florida Keys!
Islamorada off shore waters have given the Island the nickname of "Fishing Capitol of the World"
Key west is only 78 miles to the Southwest with all the great spots in between.
Want more? Its only a hop skip and an jump to the Dry Tortugas!




When I sail out of Ft. Lauderdale to the Florida Keys there  several routes. You must remember that 9 out of 10 times you adjust your trip to the weather and sea conditions, you tend to choose your destination by the way the wind blows. Routes are also chosen according to what kind of trip people are looking for….

If marinas and nightlife is what you are looking for we can make our first stop in Miami. There you have the options of going to South Beach, Bayside or anchoring out in No Name Harbor in Key Biscayne.

You do have several options available to you when planning your trip.

You can sail around a trip to the Florida Keys,  or you can arrange for a one way trip! For instance, you could fly into Fort Lauderdale, sail to Key West or Marathon and rent a car to drive back to the airport!

By doing your trip like this, you get to see a lot more harbors and spend more time on underway activities without having to retrace your steps!

Sailing time to Key West is around 30 hours, or 60 hours round trip. This option would allow you to explore the entire chain of islands at a more pleasure pace. 

If the Ocean is rough, we can always take a scenic tour down the intercoastal  waterway , or we can sail offshore to get in some good fishing , relaxing sailing and a beautiful sunset over the Miami skyline.

As we continue down Biscayne Bay, we cruse by Stiltsville into the bay where sailing is always perfect! Due to the shallow water and protected bay it makes for some of the best sailing in Florida.

On the south end of the bay there are many Islands that can only be approached by boat. Among them are many mangrove creeks that are great for exploring with the tender, fishing and bird watching. Pennycamp park just south of Biscayne bay has some of the most beautiful snorkeling reefs in the US.

As we continue south thru the Keys adventures and explorations abound. You have 3 ways to see the Keys, the open ocean, Hawk Channel or the Florida bay, this guarantees we can always avoid rough seas and you can have cell service to stay in contact. You can Click on the links below to find out more about the Keys.







Click below on the different links for more information! 

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park » Florida State Parks

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park » Florida State Parks

Florida Keys Itineraries – USA Travel Guide

Boot Key Harbor

Key West attractions, hotels, fishing charters, diving, things to do, real estate Key West

Dry Tortugas National Park – Dry Tortugas National Park (U.S. National Park Service)







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