Narrated sightseeing tours cruises around around the scenic Biscayne Bay past Miami landmarks, with sweeping views of the skyline
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $17 for one adult ticket for the Miami Sightseeing Boat Tour ($26 value)
- $32 for two adult tickets for the Miami Sightseeing Boat Tour ($52 value)
Relax and delight yourself in an unforgettable 1 hour and 20 minutes sightseeing cruise around the scenic Biscayne Bay narrated in English and Spanish. Admire the beauty of Miami’s coastal sites like downtown Miami skyline, the famous Venetian Islands and Fisher Island, the mansions of the rich and famous, the Port of Miami, Miami Beach and many more. You might even get to see some beautiful wildlife such dolphins and manatees.
There are two double deck vessels: “The Island Princess” and the “Manatee II,” and each have a full cash bar inside for purchasing soft drinks, cocktails, beer and snacks. Cameras are recommended for pictures of the beautiful mansions and other attractions.
Click here for departure times; times are subject to availability. Tours depart at 401 Biscayne Blvd inside Bayside Marketplace. The dock is located at the back of the Hard Rock Cafe. Voucher must printed to board. Please arrive at Bayside Marketplace 30 minutes prior to boarding for check-in.
The Fine Print
About Miami Aqua Tours
Miami Aqua Tours’ Coast Guard–certified vessels sweep away passengers on holiday parties, evening voyages, and picturesque tours of Miami’s coastline that depart many times a day. Boats embark from Bayside Marketplace, cruising along Miami’s glittering coastline as the downtown buildings wistfully wave goodbye. Tours float past Star Island’s majestic celebrity mansions and weave around the Venetian Islands as seafarers gaze into the ocean beyond, searching for lost treasure or the keys to the captain's jet ski. Alternatively, passengers can stroll from port to starboard aboard on a pirate ship cruise or on scenic sunset tours. While drinking in nautical breezes, customers can sip liquefied libations from the ship’s bar as tour guides narrate Miami’s tell-all memoir in both English and Spanish.