Share in the excitement and tranquility of a Caribbean island but without leaving The United States. Custom-build your live-aboard experience on one of our magnificent sailing yachts.
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The Live-aboard Lifestyle
Living on a boat is not the same as living on land. From waking up to the smell of fresh brewed coffee while listening to the peaceful sound of water running along the hull to enjoying some of the most incredible sunsets in the world alongside manatees in their natural environment. Dock your boat and stay as long as you wish, enjoying each destination to your heart's content, then start planning for your next destination whenever you're ready.
Experience the amenities of modern sailing yachts like A/C, fully capable kitchen appliances, showers, television and so much more, while also living cohesively with the marine habitat around you.
50% discount off normal bareboat rates
For each day you plan to stay tied to the dock
$399 per calendar day to sail
Only pay for what you use
2016 all sailing yachts are 2016 or newer
Modern amenities on stunning high-end yachts
5 star ratings on TripAdvisor
Over 600 satisfied guests and growing
Custom Live-aboard Experiences
When you rent a boat through some of the world's most well known vacation rental sites they don't allow the boat to leave the dock. That's right, read that fine print and you'll see it. Why would you want to rent a stunning $500k+ sailing yacht and not get to fully enjoy it?
Building your own live-aboard experience with Bluesail has become one of the most sought-after vacation options for families, friends, and adventurers alike. Pay a drastically reduced rate for the days you plan to keep the boat at the dock while you explore The Florida Keys and only pay more for the sailing time you actually want. The process is as easy as 1, 2, 3...
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“I loved working with Bluesail! Their passion and expertise truly shows through with their wonderful vacation experience. My fiancé and I had a great vacation and already look forward to sailing with them again!”
— Jodie via TripAdisor