Kayaking in North Miami


Two-Hour Kayak Rental for One or Two, or Kayak Tour for One from Sunrise Paddleboards (Up to 64% Off)

Sunrise Paddleboards

Sunrise Paddleboards

Sightseers navigate kayaks across coral reefs and inland waterways on their own or with assistance from an experienced guide

$40 $15

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Four Hours of Single or Tandem Kayak Rental from Atlantic Boat and Jet Ski Rentals (Up to 75% Off)

Atlantic Boat and Jet Ski Rentals

Pompano Beach

Riders paddle single or tandem kayaks down pristine waterways peppered with mansions and waterfront restaurants

$80 $20

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Two-Hour Kayak Rental for One or Two from Life's A Beach Watersports (Up to 64% Off)

Life's A Beach Watersports

Lighthouse Cove Condo

Watersports outfitter doles out kayaks and life jackets to one or two riders for expeditions

$40 $15

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One- or Two-Hour Kayak Rentals for One or Two People from Jet Ski Rentals & Tours (Up to 61% Off)

Jet Ski Rentals & Tours

Sunset Apartments Co-Op

Individuals or pairs paddle kayaks for one or two hours

$35 $18

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$20 for a Four-Hour Kayak Rental for Two from On the Beach Watersports in Pompano Beach ($60 Value)

On the Beach Watersports

A1a Water Sports

Duos brandish oars as they pilot vessel along picturesque coastline & frolic through waves

$60 $20

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Two-Hour Kayak or Paddleboard Rental for One or Two from Paddle Away Sports (Up to 56% Off)

Paddle Away Sports

Paddle Away Sports

From a standup paddleboard and single or tandem kayak, guests glide past the sunny coastal landscapes near Boynton Beach

$40 $20

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Wind-leashed high-flier and Skybanditz founder Francisco Escudero has blown spectators away at such competitions as the Velocity Games and the Bahamas kite race. He is the North Miami Beach area coordinator of the Florida Kitesurfing Association and founder of Skybanditz, where he and his trained staff conduct all manner of surf- and sky-borne expeditions. They outfit maritime adventurers with all the proper kiteboarding, kayaking, and paddleboarding gear, as well as lead kayak tours through Marine Stadium and several small islands. They also give guests the option to explore the high seas on their own or with friends. Instructors, meanwhile, cover safety and proper techniques during kitesurfing programs that range from beginner level to Level X, an echelon they reserve for students who are ultra-advanced or genetically related to flying squirrels.
10084 West Bay Harbor Drive
Bay Harbor Islands,
FL
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On Biscayne Bay, halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, a wild wonderland awaits. Oleta River State Park is Florida's largest urban park, brimming with bike paths, native wildlife, and a river that practically beckons to boaters and manatees in disguise. Luckily, the Blue Moon Outdoor Center lends adventurers the right tools for exploring the park's untamed beauty. The store's bike, canoe, kayak, and board rentals offer several different ways to travel, and the nearby Blue Marlin Fish House?once featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives?helps visitors to recharge after a day of trekking.
3400 NE 163rd St.
North Miami Beach,
FL
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For ten years, a mechanical-engineering career left Christien Petit with little time to enjoy his beloved Miami beachfront. So in 2008, he quit his desk job and established Blufin Beach Club, a short crab walk from the waves next to Miami Beach Resort and Spa. There he now spends his days outfitting beachcombers with Yamaha jet skis, tasteful blue beach umbrellas, and other rental gear, all while enjoying the warm sun and crashing waves. Blufin keeps food and drink on hand as well, letting customers sip cocktails as they recline on blue-cushioned lounge chairs or trade sandwich crusts with seagulls in exchange for a nap-ending wakeup call.
4041 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach,
Florida
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SUP SOBE's staff love the water; after all it was co-founded by an ex navy SEAL and water sport enthusiast Judith Rivero. Today SUP SOBE's paddle purveyors help out new stand-up paddleboarders looking to make the most of their watery expeditions. They may choose to paddle calmly around Biscayne Bay, where they can view the South Beach skyline from an uncommon angle. They can also race out to Flagler Island and back, or keep on going to the mainland. Fitness denizens can also utilize the boards during paddleboard yoga sessions led by Katie Love of Thousand Petal Lotus Inc. The SUP SOBE team drops off its boards to waiting riders, precluding the need to rent a miniature tugboat.
1504 Bay Rd.
Miami Beach,
FL
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Aquatic explorers paddle kayaks and ride stand-up paddleboards through the bay, riding the waves on equipment from South Beach Kayak’s bayside shop. The staff rents out kayaks to customers of all experience levels, providing complimentary overviews of paddling basics for beginners and leading hour-long lessons that cover higher-level skills, such as boosting speed by lassoing a bald eagle. They also lead group and private tours, many with whimsical themes such as the “Fool Moon” tour, which wends its way through the islands at sunset to close with weenies and s’mores roasted over a roaring bonfire.
1771 Purdy Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
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Cast ashore in Miami Beach Arena, Watersports Paradise occupies the tides with various water-devoted services. The company's environmentally friendly, 100-percent electric boats cruise groups of up to 10 across waves, including during tours helmed by an optional captain. For all things wake-related, such as boarding, surfing, skating, and skiing, certified instructors sharpen skills with lesson packages and clinics. Watersports Paradise can also pull out its map and help plan customized trips, from weekend vacations to corporate events.
1300 Alton Rd
Miami Beach,
FL
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