Y JetSki indulges aquatic adventurers with a fleet of luxurious boats and action-ready jet skis. Voyagers of the excursion will cruise along the shores of Miami from Star Island to the high-rises of downtown in a 60-foot Gulf Craft yacht. Tunes, complimentary drinks, and snacks make it a floating party, like a hot air balloon filled with cocktail wieners. During the nighttime outing, softer music accompanies the journey as the city lights bathe the boat in a peaceful glow. Alternatively, plot your own course with 90 minutes atop an ocean-carving jet ski. Seven days a week, the high-powered watercraft propel wave wizards along Miami's dazzling coastline and all over the ocean bay. When fatigue sets in, jetters can anchor, relax, and illicitly sand-castle-smash at the nearby sandbar.
To get tips from Olympic gymnasts or Cirque Du Soleil acrobats, you could read interviews or follow them on social media. Or skip the middlemen and learn directly from them at Gymnastics Du Sol. That's because the gymnastics studio employs a staff that includes members from both renowned institutions who work one-on-one and in small groups with fledgling gymnasts. Here, students learn gravity-defying moves including back handsprings, flips, and cartwheels atop the balance beam. But kids don't just gain physical skills. They also build self-esteem, confidence, and discipline that will serve them whether they compete internationally or challenge parents to a handstand-a-thon.
Miami Auto Museum at Dezer Collection has amassed more than 1,000 vehicles, including iconic autos such as the 1981 DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the Future and a 1948 Ford from Grease. His jaw-dropping assemblage can be seen in nine exhibits that sprawl over 250,000 square feet. At Hollywood Cars of the Stars, visitors wander among more than 80 autos that zoomed through blockbusters such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Beverly Hillbillies. A slew of original cars from the Batman movies park in the Batman Lounge, and Dezer has acquired so many vehicles from the James Bond films that they get their own exhibit. The 46 contraptions that nabbed scenes in the spy films range from a T-55 Soviet tank that racked up film time during Goldeneye to six Aston Martins, submarines, helicopters, and the matchbox cars who served as uncredited extras.
In the adjacent Building A, the feats of modern transportation sort into American classics, European classics, and a fleet of more than 200 bikes, motorcycles, and scooters. The restored classics, which include a rare 1927 Duesenberg Model X, often find their way onto period movie sets. After wandering among the vintage beauties and saluting at military vehicles from the 1930s, guests can fast forward into the future at the exhibit of pintsize electric microcars.