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Miami - Fort Lauderdale - Key West
Miami -  Fort Lauderdale - Key West

Miami - Fort Lauderdale - Key West

Location: USA

The city of Miami

From its tall skyline and its beautiful beaches, Miami is one of the world’s most popular vacation spot. Although Miami Beach seems to be most famous, Miami includes beautiful areas like Brickell, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, and the Everglades.

What to do in Miami

Miami’s popular Nightlife, although very trendy, is not the only activity people can enjoy in this famous city. Visitors of all kind can enjoy south Florida by: doing watersports, visiting museums, renting a boat, dining in international restaurants, going fishing, going diving, or even just laying on the beach. A fun aspect of Miami are the restaurants accessible by boat such as: Monty’s in Miami Beach or Coconut Grove, Sea Spice, Red Fish Grill, Shucker’s Bar and Grill. If a private boat tour with Miami locals is what you are interested in, HostandBoat will happily help you organize it!

Miami Boat rental

South Florida has the advantage of having Caribbean-like turquoise waters, so boat rental in Miami is a very common and easy practice. Motorboat rental, sailing boat rental, and catamaran charters are available in most ports and marinas. Going to a sandbar is an enjoyable activity, the most popular spots to party on a boat or just relax include: Haulover Sandbar in North Miami, Elliot Key, Whale Harbour Sandbar, Peanut island in Palm Beach, and Nixon’s Sandbar in Key Biscayne.  While you rent a boat with skipper or capitan there, do not forget that Miami is one fast boat ride away from both the Bahamas and the Florida Keys, which include the famous Key Largo, Islamorada and Key West. 

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Raja Ampat - Papua Occidental
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Bali - Komodo
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Bahamas - Nassau
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Aegada Islands
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Canary Islands
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Greek Islands IV - Dodecanese Islands
Greek Islands IV - Dodecanese Islands
Liguria Coast
Liguria Coast

Liguria Coast

Location: Italy

The Italian Riviera, or Ligurian Riviera   is the narrow coastal strip which lies between the Ligurian Sea and the mountain chain formed by the Maritime Alps and the Apennines. Longitudinally it extends from the border with France and the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur) near Ventimiglia   to Capo Corvo(also known as Punta Bianca) which marks the eastern end of the Gulf of La Spezia and is close to the border with Tuscany. The Italian Riviera thus includes nearly all of the coastline of Liguria. Liguria is a region rich with history and culture, unique landscapes, mountains that perch in the sea, maritime villages scattered along the coast and medieval towns perched on the hills. The most well-known Liguria is that of the two Ligurian Rivieras, the wildest, the Levante and the sweetest, the Ponente.

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Pontine Islands
Pontine Islands

Pontine Islands

Location: Italy

Visiting the typical touristic hubs in the Regions of Lazio or Campania and want to make a quick getaway to an island paradise? You may be surprised to know that not far from Rome and Naples lie six tiny, yet beautiful islands known as the Pontines. 
Those in the know (and near the Tyrrhenian) make these Islands their spring/summer weekend destination, and who could blame them? 
The transparent waters, the gracious little ports, and the easy ferry connections make these “fishermen’s isles” an attainable Mediterranean dream: within just a couple hours from the coast, the Pontine Islands will be welcoming you with all their warmth and hospitality.

The Pontines make up an archipelago: individually they are Gavi, Zannone, Palmarola, Ventotene, Santo Stefano and, the first among equals, Ponza, from which the island chain takes its name. Of course these magnificent isles boast a well-developed touristic structure, but it is really the sea, the nature, and the landscape that attract visitors most. 

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Aeolian Islands
Aeolian Islands
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Fidji Islands
Sardinia
Sardinia

Sardinia

Location: Sardinia

Sardinia One of the most important and famous islands of Italy is undoubtedly this great island of the Mediterranean. What to do in Cerdegna? You can not miss knowing Cagliari your capital. Sardinia is the third largest Italian region. Come and rent a boat in Sardinia to discover one of the jewels of this country. This island is undoubtedly one of the most requested by thousands of tourists who venture into its shores. What to do in Sardinia? Renting a boat in Sardinia will have the opportunity to visit the most beautiful Italian beaches that make up the Costa de Esmeralda with its more than 50 kilometers with very calm waters and perfect to remain anchored in it. The Costa Paraíso beaches, more natural. In fact they are especially important during the summer season for the practice of scuba diving and various water sports. Followed to this and oriented further north we find the Alghero beaches characterized by their conventional coasts crammed with tourists due to its easy access. Also, we find the typical beaches of the east of the island with its coast practically empty and of course less known. What to eat in Sardinia? You can not miss eating the richest pizza, delicious pasta and the most delicious ice cream. So surfing waters and above all rest in them can become a relaxing therapy and pure disconnection. Come now and enjoy your authentic paradise. Rent a boat in Sardinia to live one of the experiences of your life.

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Croatia
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Croatia

Croatia

Location: Croatia

What to see in Croatia? Solitary coves and fishing villages full of history: that paradise imagined are the Dalmatian islands. Yes, a host of beautiful islands await you off the coast of Croatia, on the Adriatic Sea, and the rental of sailboats with skipper or any other type of boat with or without skipper and / or crew is the best way to get to know Croatia . Split, the second largest city in Croatia. What to see in Split, whose port is one of the most important starting points for boat trips on the Adriatic, together with Dubrovnik. After hiring the rental boat, you can take advantage of it to get to know a little the historic center of the city, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. You can go to the island of Brac and stop at Milna, a beautiful city located in a deep bay of the same name where you can breathe tranquility and history at every step.  The island of Brac is known especially for its stone mines, high quality since ancient times. Then you can continue to Stari Grad, located in a deep bay on the island of Hvar. Before entering Stari Grad the captain of your rental boat will anchor in a bay called Tiha, a paradise. In the port of Hvar, a quiet and relaxed place where you can enjoy a delicious dinner in any of its bars and restaurants. If you're wondering what to eat in Croatia, maybe it's time to meet some of the delights of Croatian cuisine, which has a lot of Mediterranean cuisine influence from countries like Greece, Italy or Spain. And if you do not know what to do at night in Croatia, you can go to the famous club Carpe Diem, one of the most popular nightlife on the coast. Surely you can moor the yacht or sailboat rental in the marina of the city of Korcula, where according to legend was born Marco Polo.

The old Venetian fortress is surrounded by fish and pasta restaurants - there is a strong Italian influence in the food - washed down with the good white wine that is made on the island. Sailing by boat on the Adriatic allows you to discover paradises such as the island of Vis, where large crowds have not yet arrived. What to do in Vis? The coast is characterized by its natural gravel beaches, its clean and transparent waters and its many caves, the most famous being Modra Spilja (Blue Cave) is located on the neighboring island of Bisevo. The nickname of Blue Cave is due to the blue tonality that it acquires because of an optical phenomenon, when sunlight is reflected in the water inside the grotto. The show is unique !. You can take the Wine Route or visit its thermal baths and its Roman forum. What to eat in Vis? In the upper part of the island there is a restaurant with a quiet atmosphere where you can enjoy a good roast lamb and vegetables. If you  prefer fish one of the star dishes is the Pogaca od slane ribe, a cake of bread and sardines. What to visit in Croatia? Dubrovnik Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, the city is surrounded by walls of white stone that die in the sea and can be walked through, touring the old town completely from the top, with stunning views. Going on vacation to Croatia with boat rental with skipper will allow you to have a perfect vacation.

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Puglia - Apulia
Puglia - Apulia

Puglia - Apulia

Location: Italy

The Puglia, the best kept secret, according to National Geographic. This southern Italian region falls in love with its beaches and whitewashed villages. Salento Peninsula. Bathed by the Adriatic Sea to the north and the Ionian to the south, it preserves an intact coastline. The Salento, also known as the "Salento peninsula" is popularly known as the Tacon of Italy, and is a subregion of Italy that extends over the southern part of Puglia, between the Ionian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. What to see in Puglia?  What to do in Puglia? Land very rich in history, Salento has attended the succession of several peoples of diverse origins. First the Messapians, then the Greeks and finally the Romans and Byzantines dominated this territory leaving the traces of its passage. The peninsula of Salento is the southernmost part of Apulia. To the west, its shallow and sandy coastline is bathed by the Ionian Sea. The Adriatic slope begins in Santa Maria di Leuca and the coast becomes rocky and irregular. When opened, the rocks form a kind of caves that are called coves and are accessible by sea. From Santa Caesarea you can reach the cave of Zinzulusa, a cave that is worth exploring when the tide allows it and is not submerged by the waters. Pescoluse Considered the "Maldives of Salento", between the cities of Ugento and Santa Maria di Leuca, the beach of Pescoluse is a true dream of crystalline waters, white sand and dunes. Where the two seas are located in the Salento, the Adriatic and the Ionian will be where you will meet the famous town of Santa Maria di Leuca. The last town in Italy before looking out over the immensity of the Mediterranean Sea. What to do in Leuca? Leuca is white and you can bathe in two types of sea on its coast: one with rocks and the other with sand. You can not leave Leuca without approaching its lighthouse, on top of the mountain of the city. From this lighthouse, you can make the best pictures of the entire Mediterranean. What to see in Leuca: Ponte del Ciolo. If there is a peculiar place to take a dip in Leuca, that is the Ponte del Ciolo. As the name suggests, you can bathe in an area under a bridge, full of rocks and with crystal clear water.

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Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande
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Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande

Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande

Location: Brasil

There are many paradises on Earth. Today we want to talk about Angra dos Reis, or as it is also called by many Angras people, or simply Angra. When we talk about Angra and its charm for tourists, we refer to the Angra region and not the city. Since this is a small city in the state of Rio de Janeiro and what attracts thousands of tourists every day is that its port is the place of embarkation to access the paradise that surrounds it: its 365 islands. Few places in the world gather so much beauty and biodiversity, in such an accessible and peaceful place. In this latitude it is summer the whole year, there is no hurricane season and in this small area you can enjoy beautiful beaches, some of them are among the best in the world, like Lopez Mendes or Aventureiro in Ilha Grande, San Gonzalo near Paraty , or Praia do Dentista y Fazenda in Ilha da Gipoia and the small and beautiful Ilhas Botinhas and Cataguases Islands, located minutes from the city of Angra. Where to go in Ilha Grande? It offers, in addition to the most beautiful beaches, a wild style for those who want to venture in their trilhas (paths in the forest) and cachoeiras (waterfalls). The picturesque village of Abraao, with its typical businesses and its diverse gastronomic offer, is an inescapable stop. Salmon with maracuja sauce, a unique dish that you can get in Dom Mario. The Ilha Grande offers to visit a lot of very different beaches: Praia Vermelha, Aracatiba, Tapera, Maguariquessaba, Freguesía de Santana and its church of 1800, Freguesía do Medio, Lagoa Azul where you can swim in a natural aquarium and, also, a unforgettable place like Saco do Ceu (Saco de Cielo). It is a closed bay very protected from the wind, where at night you can see the stars reflected in the sea, a place that you can not miss. And ending the north side of the island, the quiet beaches of Pouso and Palmas, entrance to travel in 30 minutes the path that will take you to the famous beach of Lopes Mendes, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Brazilian coast. Yes, it is highly recommended to wear footwear and repellent. What to do in Angra dos Reis? We can not stop visiting Paraty. It has all the charm of a Portuguese colonial city that dates back to before 1700 and is full of museums and art galleries, with a cultural and gastronomic offer of first level. And the large number of small islands that dot the entire bay, complete countless possibilities to enjoy and discover a world from the water and below it, such as Paraty Mirym and Saco de Mamanguá. Going through this paradise on a sailboat allows us to reach practically unexplored places and approach them from a privileged perspective, integrating us to the environment in a harmonious way. See sunrises and sunsets in the sea from a sailboat and live with gulls, atobás, frigates and urubus, or dive in crystal clear waters with turtles and fish of all kinds around small coral reefs, immerse us for a few days in a world that seems lost for those who live in a big city. And as if that were not enough, he waits for us all year round, two hours by car from cities as connected as Rio de Janeiro or San Pablo. Paradise exists ... and remains on earth. You can not miss knowing him!

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Amalfi Coast
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Ibiza and Formentera
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Greek Islands II - Saronic Islands
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Greek Islands II - Saronic Islands

Greek Islands II - Saronic Islands

Location: Greece

Salamina, Egina, Idra, Poros. A holiday on a sailboat in the nature of Greece’s Saronic Islands. There are many stages and the possible routes that you travel together lounging in the many bays with crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches, savoring the flavors of the local taverns, walking in the colorful villages or dinner on board under the stars. If you travel to Greece, you know that it is located in the south of the Balkans, between the Ionian Sea and the Aegean Sea. The Greek islands, with 1,300,000 inhabitants, are divided into several archipelagos: Cyclades, Dodecanese, Ionian, Sporades, islands of the North Aegean and those of the Saronic Gulf. The Greek islands are in total a beautiful mosaic of more than 2,000 islands, of which only about 200 are inhabited. A Greek island means a paradise for the traveler and if you travel to Greece, you have to know that each island has its peculiar architecture, mythology and friendly hospitality. Each island a dream, or better, a wish come true. Exploring the beautifully preserved architecture and historical monuments, and enjoying beautiful nights on the beach and dining by the sea, are the two activities you have to do in Greece. Renting a boat in Greece is a great opportunity to explore the area on a sailboat with your family or your friends, enjoy diving or learn to kite surf. What to eat in Greece? You can not miss the delicious Moussaka, Skordalia and the local Tzatziki, and for dessert the exquisite Baklavas. Greek cuisine also has two well-known drinks: Retsina, flavored with pine nuts, and the famous Ouzo, an alcoholic drink made with anise. In the middle of the Aegean Sea, you will find the most famous of the Greek islands, the Cyclades Islands. From the tranquility of Kea to the lively Mykonos, the fine sandy beaches of Milos or the impressive volcanic ridges of Santorini, a score of islands are offered to the visitor. Knowing its exotic beaches is one of the best things to do in Santorini: its white sand beaches, its black sand beach and its red sand beach. If you travel to Santorini, you can not miss the most beautiful sunset in the world. What to do in Mikonos? The windmills of Mykonos are part of the landscape and are already a symbol of the island, walk through the neighborhood of little Venice and walk through its typical little streets of white houses. If you travel and do not know what to do in Greece, and do not want to go to the most popular and classic boat trips to Mykonos and Santorini, you have several alternatives that will also amaze you. We recommend you to know the other islands. You can travel to the Ionian Islands, from Corfu to Zante, you will be seduced by the variety of the landscape. Of unparalleled beauty, these fertile and mountainous islands offer excellent anchorages. What to do in the Ionian Islands, you can not leave without knowing Lefkada or Meganisi.Nidri is a tourist town located in the southeast of Lefkada, in a natural harbor surrounded by lush vegetation. You have the islands of Skorpios, Skorpidi, Madhuri, Sparta. The fairytale Meganisi will delight you with the picturesque village of Spartohori and its breathtaking views. You can swim in the Virgin Bay and enjoy a great lunch with a good wine prepared on a boat. Your next stop may be Skorpios, which is still under the control of the Onassis dynasty.

From Athens to Hydra, the Saronic Gulf offers you wonderful places, ports and villages of all the seascapes of the country. If you travel to the Saronic Islands, you can not miss the beautiful Poros, Hydra and Salamina. Poros, is a place that surprises you, near Athens, and away from the hordes of tourism that is usually seen in the months of August in Europe. If you travel to Poros, one of the obligatory stops is to take pistachio ice cream, it will be the best ice cream of your life. And you can buy tzatziki already prepared in the Kritikos supermarket. You have hundreds of options to stay, one more beautiful than the other, it almost never rains, so much that at night if you are in a mooring you will be able to see the film that they are presenting on the screen of the Open-air Cinema, which is on the terrace of the only gallery you'll find in Poros. On the way to Athens you can anchor on the island Aegina, a very small island with very transparent waters. After visiting and touring the intoxicating city of Athens, you can continue your journey towards Salamina Island. Your water, for sure, will be the most transparent you see again, so much that you can know every bit of its bottom, even being 10 meters deep. Another trip you can take in Greece is to cross the Corintos Canal by boat. You will be speechless while you sail. And if you wonder where to go in Greece, to continue enjoying its beautiful beaches but where you are also interested in experiencing an experience with local people, we recommend the city of Kiato. Going to the beach in Kiato, it will make you feel like you are inside the Cocoon movie. Experiment it and you will know why. To the north are the spectacular Sporades Islands. Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonisos and Skiros. Its mild and temperate climate, far from the tourist circuit, offer you warm waters, beaches of fine white sand and eucalyptus forests. Located north of the Aegean Sea, are the North Aegean Islands, is an archipelago, off the coast of Turkey. There we can visit Ikaria, Mitilini, Samos, Limnos. And finally the great island of Crete is the largest in Greece and the fifth in the Mediterranean. but if you want to know what to do in Crete, it is an island that needs more time than the others for your visit, therefore we will leave it for another delivery. The nautical tourism is well developed in Greece, thanks to its paradisiacal islands and the translucent sea, which makes it a perfect destination to go on vacation. But the real pleasure is to rent a boat in Greece and start a cruise on those beautiful islands. If you want to build your Itinerary to navigate with a rental boat, we can help you. Sailing in Greece is a very famous activity, it is a "must" if you really want to enjoy your trip. No matter where you decide to go, you will have unforgettable moments if you rent a boat in Greece.

 

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Mallorca and Menorca
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San Blas Islands
San Blas Islands
Azores
Azores

Azores

Location: Azores

The archipelago of the Azores is synonymous with nature. What to do in Azores? swim with dolphins, see volcano craters, walk among green mountains, dive in hot water lakes or try food made with the very warmth of the earth. Inserted in the wild waters of the Atlantic, these nine islands are full of places of unique beauty, authentic natural gems where man's intervention goes unnoticed and vegetation remains the main protagonist. How to get to Azores? The Azores Islands have 9 islands, all of them with an airport that connects the islands with each other and with Portugal, as well as with Europe. We must emphasize in this sense that all the Islands have these facilities. The most important of all is the Joao Paulo II Airport, in Ponta Delgada, capital of the Island of Sao Miguel and the Archipelago. Island to island, to get to Sao Miguel, you can arrive every day from Lisbon, or from any other airport via Lisbon. There are also charter flights from the US and Canada each week. The companies that fly the most to Sao Miguel are TAP Portugal, Ryanair, Easyjet, Azores Airline SATA and ACORLINE. The archipelago of the Azores is formed by nine magnificent islands of volcanic origin. It is located in the Atlantic North, between 36º and 43º latitude north and the 25º and 31º longitude west. Their population is around 250.000 inhabitants. The climate is temperate humid and the temperature range varies from 13º C in winter to 24º C in Summer. The average water temperature is 20ºC due the warm Golf stream. What to do in the Azores Islands have a wide range of activities to offer those who visit us. For the nature lovers it is possible to enjoy a huge number of breathtaking sceneries from mystical lakes, endless green fields, powerful mountains and the endless blue sea. Azores is also a great place for adventure sports and it has great conditions for the practice of surf, windsurf, paddle board, tracks, canyoning, bird watch, diving, sport fishing and golf. After a long day full of adventures you still can enjoy a relaxing thermal bath warmed by our volcanic “caldeiras”(hot springs).

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Malta
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Malta

Malta

Location: Europa

Traveling to Malta is a very good destination if you are planning a fantastic day of sightseeing in the middle of the Mediterranean. Rent a boat in Malta. Malta is one of the smallest countries in Europe, located in southern Italy and in eastern Tunisia. Located in the middle of the Mediterranean, it has a totally natural and wild environment with transparent waters. The ports to be highlighted are those of Valletta Waterfronto, which is the most important on the island not only because it is housed in the capital but also because it is more than 260 years old, Portomaso, Marina de Kalkara. What to do in Malta? It is a very appropriate place to rent a boat in Malta and you can not miss the cliffs of Dingli. In the archipelago, besides the island of Malta, we can not fail to name the islands of Gozo and Comino. After Malta, Gozo is the largest area. and here you will be able to know the towns with great history like Rabat and Xlendi. In Comino you will find a very rich natural spot, perfect for diving for all levels in its more than known blue lagoon or Blue Lagoon. Rent a boat in Malta and enjoy one of the most visited places in the Mediterranean. On this island you can enjoy the sea and a good rest in a paradisiacal place. On the other hand, traveling to Malta with the idea of ​​tourism will allow you to discover many historic cities and towns typical of the Mediterranean and, surely, you will fall under its spell. The island has coves, blue beaches and unforgettable sunsets.

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Roatan Bay Islands - Caribbean
Roatan Bay Islands - Caribbean
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Curaçao
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Salvador de Bahía
Salvador de Bahía
Punta del Este
Punta del Este
Greek Islands I - Ionian Islands
Greek Islands I -  Ionian Islands
Abrolhos
Abrolhos
Greek Islands III - Cyclades Islands
Greek Islands III - Cyclades Islands
Bariloche
Bariloche
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Colonia del Sacramento
Colonia del Sacramento
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Buenos Aires
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