KEY LARGO, ISLAMORADA AND KEY WEST
KEY LARGO is the Diving Capital of the World. It is home to the world’s largest artificial reef and 510-foot USS Spiegel Grove. Enjoy snorkeling, diving, and kayaking in many state parks.
ISLAMORADA known as the Sports Fishing Capital of the World. Enjoy scenic bay and ocean views, fishing, snorkeling, swimming with marine life. Fresh seafood is the hallmark of the Islamorada dining scene.
KEY WEST is the southernmost city in the United States with rich history and natural beauty. It was the choice of vacation getaway for Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and President Harry S. Truman.
Our KEY LARGO, ISLAMORADA AND KEY WEST Yachting Destinations
Key Largo is the first of the fabulous Florida Keys and is the self-proclaimed “Diving Capital of the World” The world's largest artificial reef is located right here, 4 hours away from Miami, the 510-foot USS Spiegel Grove, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the African Queen. Tropical hardwoods, winding creeks, two state parks, a national park, fishing, kayaking and swimming with the dolphins. Relax sipping a tropical beverage and watching beautiful sunsets – all of this you can find in one place called Key Largo. Explore the “Diving Capital of the World” and XO Yachtclub will navigate your experiences.
Islamorada, “Village of Islands” is an hour south from Miami and is located on the beautiful islands of Tea Table Key, Lower Matecumbe Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, Windley Key and Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. Known as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World, Islamorada is a popular vacation destination enjoyed for its small-town atmosphere, numerous peaceful places to relaxation under the sun’s glorious golden rays, scenic bay and ocean views, sunshine and sunset, boating, fishing, locally owned finest restaurants, shops and galleries. Islamorada may be the only place on Earth where it is possible to catch a sailfish offshore and feed the tarpon from the marina.
It is the Florida’s southernmost point, located roughly 90 miles north of Cuba. You will start your cruise on one of our yachts in the Atlantic Ocean and finish in the Caribbean Sea. Within walking distance of the port, you will discover pastel, conch-style architecture, tropical gardens, art galleries, shops, tasty restaurants, and of course lively nightlife, sandy beaches, fishing, diving and snorkeling. If you get tired of hanging out on the beachside and want to get away from the crowds, you can visit The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory, which is filled with the colorful winged creatures that seemingly float through the air in an enclosed, glass-domed 5,000-square-foot aviary. If you do not mind heights, you can climb up tiny and constricting 88 steps to the top of the Key West Lighthouse and discover spectacular views from the balcony at the top. Afterwards, take a look around the keepers quarters, which have been around since 1848. Do not forget to visit Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum where he lived for about than 10 years but owned the place until his death in 1961. The Home has a legend: his cat. Hemingway was given a white, cat by a ship's captain. Many of the cats that currently live in the
museum are believed to be descendants of that cat, named Snow White. At the end of the trip, snap a photo with the colorful buoy marking the southernmost point of the United States. This amazing island has everything for a pleasant trip and we can help you to organize and enjoy your time to the fullest!