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Set Sail for Bliss in the Florida Keys
Get ready for an amazing sailing adventure in the Florida Keys with one of our most popular adventure tour packages. You’ll have time to bliss out and relax yet also explore one of America’s national parks that’s a best-kept secret: The Dry Tortugas Islands, located just off the Keys at the very southernmost tip of the United States. Bright schools of fish and gulls traverse the calm, blue waters of this isolated paradise. So bring your bird-watching binoculars and your snorkeling gear!
Itinerary (may be subject to change)
Day 1: Key West
Vibrant and eclectic, Key West also happens to be the southernmost city in the continental United States. Over 1700 individual islands comprise the archipelago, and many of those are protected park areas.
After arriving at Key West, you’ll go to the marina at 4 p.m. to meet your crew and other travellers. Depending on when you arrive, you should have time to take in downtown Key West and perhaps enjoy some seafood near the marina.
Days 2 & 3: Marquesas Keys
At the start of day 2, you’ll set sail in the morning, heading to the Marquesas Islands. If winds and seas cooperate, you’ll arrive in time to spend the afternoon exploring the white sand beaches or taking a quick swim in the beautiful waters. A 300-foot no motor zone protects the Islands and the nesting turtles and birds that make their home there. Because of the no-motor zone, you will have to access the shore by climbing in and out of a dinghy.
On Day 3, you’ll set sail in the morning for the Dry Tortugas National Park, approximately 43 nautical miles away.
Days 4 & 5: Dry Tortugas National Park
Because this park is so rich in atmosphere and wildlife, we will anchor here for two nights so travelers have enough time to appreciate it. You can explore the ramparts of the Civil War-era Fort Jefferson National Monument and learn about its history. Perhaps a swim at Loggerhead Key or Hospital Key is more to your liking. If you’ve brought your binoculars and bird-watching is your thing, then you’ll want to take in Bush Key. Activities in the Park depend on the weather conditions and overall destination preferences of the group. If you just want to relax, you can kick back on the boat and enjoy the vistas of turquoise waters.
Day 6: Dry Tortugas National Park to Key West
Early in the morning you’ll set sail for Key West, approximately 59 nautical miles away. Plan to arrive in the evening, which will give you time for a leisurely drink and meal on land.
Day 7: Key West
After an energizing breakfast, bid a fond farewell to your fellow travelers, as you’ll be able to disembark the yacht by 10 a.m.