Kayaking in Miami


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  • Hirooka Surf & Sport
    Hirooka Surf and Sport's water sports instructors love the unpredictability of the ocean—it's part of the thrill of surfing and standup paddleboarding, after all. But they also know the potential danger this unpredictability brings. That's why employees temper their enthusiasm for the sea with a reverence for its power, and safety always comes first when they splash into the water with students. Students can work on balance, strength, and stamina while gliding across Miami Beach's calm waters on a standup paddle board. Lessons, rentals, and tours are available for groups, or individuals can opt for private lessons. The type of student depends on the season. In the fall and spring, winds flow across the Miami waters at a pace steadier than weight gain during the holidays, making the waves perfect for kite-surfing. And when it dies down a bit during summer months, standup paddleboarding rises to prominence. Of course, if the elements aren't conducive to either, pupils can always partake in a wakeboarding lesson or session or have a staring contest with their reflection in a puddle.
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    1050 MacArthur Causeway
    Miami, FL US
  • WB Boat Rentals
    With its fleet of boats and other watercraft, WB Boat Rentals turns the sea—and the Miami Islands—into prime party territory. Kayak, pontoon, and jet ski rentals allow riders to chart their own path through the waves, whereas speedboats come with a professional captain who does the driving. If you want more of a floating-palace vibe, however, the yacht selection ranges from 38-foot boats to an 82-foot Sun Seeker yacht, all equipped with sleek furnishings and spacious interiors. The company also takes passengers on tours past Miami's most scenic and lavish sites. The Miami River tour weaves through the city at night against a backdrop of glowing buildings, and the sightseeing tour of Star Island cruises by the exclusive island that Miami's rich and famous call home. There, grandiose mansions sit on perfectly manicured estates, and you may just catch a glimpse of a celebrity sports car sipping on a diesel-oil daiquiri.
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    1635 N Bayshore Dr.
    Miami, FL US
  • IpaddleMiami
    At IpaddleMiami, mobile teams of kayak instructors meet up with clients almost anywhere, launching them off aboard sleek kayaks or paddleboards to enjoy Florida's sandy beaches and tropical getaways. The guides lead voyages down sunny urban waterfronts or beaches during the day, or through skyscraper-lit harbors and waters illuminated by moonlight at night.
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    1275 Northeast 79th Street
    Miami, FL US
  • PADDLE BOARD TO GO MIAMI LLC
    The light-weight, inflated kayaks and paddleboards doled out to clients by ?Paddle Board To Go Miami make it a cinch to travel light to the many waterways the city has to offer. Packed into backpacks, they are easy to deflate and inflate, and weigh in at just over 15 pounds, inspiring paddlers to explore during their one-hour or multi-hour rentals.
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    485 Brickell Avenue
    Miami, FL US
  • Deering Estate at Cutler
    Although he earned his fortunes as a businessman, Charles Deering's true passion was for art and culture. He filled his home with sculptures, drawings, paintings, and other works—some of which he created himself. After he passed away in 1927, The Deering Estate at Cutler has kept his spirit alive; his former home and its surrounding natural landscapes now operate as a cultural meeting place for the community—one that hosts art festivals, artist lectures, and The Living Artist Concert Series. Size: a 444-acre natural and archeological preserve and historic site that's listed on the National Register of Historic Places The Buildings: the Richmond Cottage (originally built in 1896) and the Stone House (built in 1922) Eye Catcher: a 20th-century, Spanish Gothic Revival chandelier that has hung in the Stone House's library since its construction Permanent Mainstay: the photographs, pencil sketches, and portraits (some by Mr. Deering himself) that hang inside the Stone House Don't Miss: a tour of the fossil grounds, where specimens have been found that date as far back as 50,000 years Hidden Gem: Charles Deering's prohibition wine cellar, hidden behind a three-ton bank vault door that remained sealed for 40 years Outdoor Activities: butterfly walks, guided nature hikes, and canoe trips to Chicken Key, a 7-acre mangrove island Leave Your Mark: head to the Poetry Kiosk in Richmond Cottage, where you can add your own thoughts about the natural surroundings to a "Living Poem" published on the center's website
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    16701 SW 72nd Ave.
    Palmetto Bay, FL US
  • Shake A Leg Miami
    Get your sea legs ready! Shake A Leg Miami in Miami provides quality vessels so you can have a boating experience that is both relaxing and fun. If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this center for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food. Take the kids along too — this center is a great spot for families with activities that even little ones will love. Drivers will embrace the parking lot located next door to Shake A Leg Miami.
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    2620 S Bayshore Dr
    Miami, FL US

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