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At Exuluxe, renting a car is a chance to try out the high life. Its luxury-minded consultants rent exotic cars such as Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, and Maseratis?although the fun doesn't stop at the water's edge. They also can put clients in a yacht for a day, arm them with a jet ski for ocean-sprayed thrills, or even take to the skies in a water-based jet pack. Some members of Exuluxe's stable are famous in their own right, including the Monster Jeep, which has been used to up the cool factor and intimidate the cameras at music videos and photo shoots.

Miami Beach,
Miami,
FL
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Not content to make only customers happy, the staff of luxury yacht service The Advantaged have been lauded by a flurry of publications and honored for their contributions to the community by The Miami-Dade County Office of the Mayor and the Board of County Commissioners. Aside from chartering lushly appointed yachts, the pals of Poseidon also launch watersports expeditions via wakeboard or kayak, loft voyagers on air-and-sea excursions, and throw yacht parties for travelers who want a taste of luxury or barge parties for multimillionaires thirsting for the stowaway experience.

1800 Purdy Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
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From morning through evening, passengers motor to two main and seven remaining hotspots on Water Taxi Miami?s aquatic coaches. Watercrafts ferry riders to and from ports such as Miami Beach/South Beach Marina and Bayside Marketplace, the Mia Marina, where you can shop and dine.

401 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
FL
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The Biscayne Xpress Water Taxi glides across Biscayne Bay, circling through its three stops—Bayside Marketplace, the Miami Beach Marina, and the downtown Riverwalk station—in a constant two-hour loop. Up to 42 passengers drink in views of coastal Miami and its gamboling manatees and pelicans as crew members impart juicy factoids about the city to visitors. At the Bayside Marketplace stop, patrons can browse a 120-store shopping complex or charter a fishing boat at Pier 5, whereas the Miami Beach Arena stop drops seafarers near a glut of restaurants, and the downtown Riverwalk station delivers visitors straight into the city’s rhythmically beating heart.

300 Alton Road
Miami Beach,
FL
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From morning through evening, passengers motor to two main and seven remaining hotspots on Water Taxi Miami?s aquatic coaches. Watercrafts ferry riders to and from ports such as Miami Beach/South Beach Marina and Bayside Marketplace, the Mia Marina, where you can shop and dine.

300 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach,
FL
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Tahiti Palm Charters transports couples to an aquatic paradise aboard a vessel formerly known as "Tikki Beach," recently recognized as one of the best charter boats in South Florida by CBS Miami. During each two-hour voyage, the spacious double-decker transforms into a roving island, inviting passengers to unwind or edit the Constitution beneath shrouded cabanas and the rustling of palm trees. As the sun casually sashays out of sight, buoyant twosomes lounge seaside, sipping on favorite drinks and absorbing the coast's romantic scenery. A live DJ amplifies the enchantment by playing top-40 hits through the barge's speakers, and a sand-covered dance floor hosts tapping toes or quickly buries phone numbers sent down by hopeful seagulls.

301 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US