Wondering What To Do This Columbus Day Weekend? Get Out On The Water!
Fall has arrived, and here in Miami that means much more than pumpkin patches and fall festivals. Every October, the Magic City celebrates the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas in traditional Miami fashion: on the water. With a day or weekend yacht rental Propel Yachts will transport you and your friends to the epicenter of the celebration in complete luxury.
Columbus Day is a huge boating weekend in Miami with many on-the-water events, the most notable of which is the Columbus Day Regatta, a 2-day racing event that draws spectators from near and far to Miami’s Biscayne Bay for fun in the sun. This event that commemorates “a small boat cruise in 1492” is the longest running on-the-water event in Miami and is a chance to see some fabulous sailboat racing action.
Party on in Elliot Key. In another popular Columbus Day Weekend tradition, boats and yachts of all sizes flock to the Elliot Key Sandbar in Biscayne National Park for the annual Columbus Day Weekend at Elliot Key, where revelers enjoy sun-drenched days filled with music, food, beverages, and water-soaked frivolity.
Another long-standing Columbus Day Weekend tradition, the Miami Carnival takes place annually at the Central Broward Regional Park and Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds. Cap off your holiday weekend with tropical beats, be-jeweled costumes and feathered headdresses as thousands gather from far and wide to honor the islands in this colorful, Caribbean-themed extravaganza.
For those seeking a quieter retreat, Propel Yachts will create a customized itinerary that whisks you on a romantic tour of stunning waterfront homes, dives into the exploration of cultural destinations, or indulges in the taste of Miami with a stop at any of the many hot waterfront restaurants. Whether you are looking for a small boat rental or a larger luxury yacht to accommodate your party of twelve for the weekend, Propel Yachts offers the best fleet of yachts for your Columbus Day Weekend charter.