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Miami Boat Charter Questions and Answers

How do I book a private cruise?
To receive a quote, call us at (305) 260-6855. Or, submit the online charter quote form. To schedule a charter, a 25% deposit is required. The balance is due seven days prior to your cruise. Get a quote today

How much is the cost - What will I REALLY end up paying?
We offer private cruises for almost every budget. The rate includes EVERYTHING -- the yacht rental, crew salary, fuel, dockage, and sales tax. We do not add extra fees when they're not necessary.

We also offer you 30 minutes of complimentary boarding-time for your guests to assemble.

We are dedicated to providing you with a first class experience for a fair price. That's why we allow you to bring your own food.

How big is the boat?
We have 3 vessels that can meet the needs of any size group. Our standard size yacht seats 140 passengers. The vessel has restrooms, an air-conditioned lower salon, enclosed in picture windows, as well as an upper-deck with an awning.

What will we see?
The highlights include the Miami Skyline, Flagler Monument, Fisher Island, Port of Miami, Miami Beach Marina, and the celebrity homes on Star Island.

Can you provide bus transportation to the dock?
Yes. Call us at (305) 260-6855 to arrange private transportation.

Where is the dock located?
The dock is located at Bayside Marketplace (401 Biscayne Boulevard).

Where can I park my car?
There is a parking garage at the entrance to Bayside Marketplace, next to the American flags. Parking meters can also be found on the street.

Are weddings and birthday parties allowed?
Of course! Whether it's a birthday party, wedding, corporate event, or dinner cruise, Miami Tour Company will make it happen for you. We operate three party yachts, each offering something unique for your special day. Call us at (305) 260-6855 for information and rates.

Is there food for sale onboard?
Yes, the boat has a snack bar with drinks and food for sale. We can also provide a custom menu to suit your taste and budget.

Can I bring my own food?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own food platters or catering for a small service charge.

Can I bring my own beverages?
No. We offer a full-service bar onboard. See our Bar Packages menu:

Bar Packages
A Soda & JuiceUnlimited soft drinks and juice. Coca-Cola Products (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite),Bottled Water, Orange, Cranberry and Pineapple Juices — $11 per person
B Beer & Wine Soft Drinks, Juices, Bottled Beer (Corona, Heineken, Bud Light),Red & White Wine — $18 per person
CHouse BarSoft drinks, Juices, Bottled Beer (Corona, Heineken, Bud Light),Red & White Wine, Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Scotch, Gin, Whisky. Everything you need to create the cocktail of your choice — $22 per person
DPremium Bar Soft drinks, Juices, Bottled Beer (Corona, Heineken, Bud Light),Mondavi Chardonnay and Cabernet, Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Grey Goose Vodka, Bombay Sapphire Gin, Johnnie Walker Scotch, Patron Tequila; additional premium liquor brands available upon request — $27 per person
ECash Bar Inquire about Cash Bar availability.
Beverage prices are based on a 2-hour cruise.

Does the boat have air conditioning?
Yes, the boat has a climate controlled lower level, enclosed in picture windows.

Are there restrooms on the boat?
Yes, restrooms are available onboard.

Is there audio and video equipment available?
We have a digital sound system with over 100 music channels, or you can bring your own music and DJ. Speakers are on located on the upper and lower decks. There is a wireless microphone for your use. Additionally, there are large screen TV's, equipped with a DVD player; you may also connect a flash drive for movies or slide show presentations.

Is the cruise wheelchair accessible?
Yes. Our yacht can accommodate wheelchairs for boarding and restrooms.

Is smoking allowed?
All interior areas of our ship are non-smoking areas. Passengers who smoke may do so on the outdoor observation deck.

Will I get sea sick?
It is highly unlikely. Biscayne Bay is a protected water way, meaning that it is not a broad, open expanse of water such as the ocean. Therefore, the wind and waves tend to be modest. Sea sickness is extremely rare.

What language does the crew speak?
The the crew speaks English and Spanish.

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