Miami among Best Places to Go Boating this Columbus Day
Columbus Day has become one of the most popular weekends to get out on the water on board a boat. The¬†Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria got out on the water back in 1492…in 2015, you’ve got a different boating agenda and it’s all about fun! If you haven’t made your plans yet – here’s a suggestion, drop everything and get to it. Time is of the essence and this is the boat party you don’t want to miss. Here are some tips to get you started:
Columbus Day Boating in¬†Miami
Columbus Day in Miami has become the place to be for boating fun and debauchery. There two simultaneous events taking place in South Florida both near the beautiful Biscayne Bay area.
Eliot Key – Strong caveat for Columbus Day on Eliot Key – it’s not the destination for solitude, peace and quiet or faint of heart. ¬†Now that we have that fully disclosed, if you’re still reading your looking for fun in the sun than Eliot Key is the place to be. Those seeking serious fun and festivities are sure to find exactly what they want. Funnest boat party of the year, yes please!
Columbus Day Regatta – The 57th ¬†Columbus Day Regatta on Biscayne Bay will be in full force this Columbus Day weekend and promises to be as entertaining as ever!
It’s been said that Columbus Day Weekend in Miami makes Mardi Gras look like a small party! If you’re ready for an exciting regatta as sailboats line the skyline of Biscayne National Park along with virtually every type of boat imaginable.
Elliott Key, located approximately 15¬†miles south of Key Biscayne in Miami, is the premiere boating party in South Florida. Do you have your plans lined up yet? If not, take a look at Boatsetter’s great line up of boats in the South Florida area. You can reserve with or without a captain and splitting the cost with your friends makes this the best way to get out on the water this Columbus Day in Miami!