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Sailing around Miami

Each winter, Biscayne Bay is a haven for sailors from all over the world who come to take advantage of the fair breezes, moderate temperatures and beautiful waters.

Why sail? Beauty, and nostalgia are some answers you may get. If you have never sailed you may not understand the enticement, but most people pause... look, and feel something deep within them stirring when they see a vessel under full sail gliding silently along. To sail is not just to move, but to almost fly, with nothing more complicated than a sail. It makes economic sense to convert the power of the wind into motion.



Sailing on Biscayne Bay LLC was founded on April 2012. The results were very rewarding, giving guests the opportunity to experience this kind of relaxation and enjoyment is a great feeling, some even say that this is the best therapy anyone can have!.

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Captain Niño has an OUPV/Six-pack Captain's License and has been sailing and sharing his joy and experience of sailing, for over 25 years. He loves to bring the wonderful world of the sea to others. His experience has taken him on many adventures all around Florida, from Tampa to St. Augustine and from the Florida Keys to the Bahamas.  

Captain Niño, his wife, First Mate and Photographer, Mabel, and their vessel, Quitasueño, can be found in the beautiful Coconut Grove area of Miami. 

They have recently upgraded their sailboat to a Beneteau Oceanis 40 CC "QUITASUEÑO" a name given from the previuos owner, these are beautiful Islands located close to San Andres Colombia, a very comfortable sailboat with large berths and a center cockpit with lots of space.

We invite you to come aboard and experience a great sailing trip!































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