The five best charter boats in Palm Beach


Whether it's a day out fishing or a leisurely cruise, experience the fun of Palm Beach on these boat trips.


26th October 2018

The Chesterfield Palm Beach

Admiring the glitter of Palm Beach from the breezy deck of a charter boat is one of Florida’s many pleasures. From venturing out into the open waters of the Atlantic or exploring the sprawl of Lake Worth Lagoon, getting around on the water is as easy as it is enjoyable. While staying at The Chesterfield Palm Beach, take the helm or kick back and allow a captain to lead the way on a Palm Beach charter boat. Our recommended tours offer everything from a high-octane aquatic adventure to romantic sunset cruise.

Charter Boats Palm Beach

For luxurious tastes

For a luxury yacht, look no further than the portfolio of well-appointed vessels offered by Millionaire’s Concierge. From an understated and superlatively lavish selection of sleek vessels in varying sizes to an authentic pirate ship – complete with blustering sails and a crew of costumed pirates – there’s something here for all tastes. Possible extras include jet-ski rental and an onboard chef offering first-class tailored menus.

For dolphin-spotting

Those on the look-out for dolphins alongside Florida’s wealth of marine life should hop aboard Palm Beach Dolphin Tours 33ft Osprey. Track bottlenose and Atlantic spotted dolphins, and keep a look-out for turtles, sharks and stingrays along the way on this three-hour tour off the coast of Palm Beach. The breezy open deck is equipped with a subaquatic hydrophone, which records a fascinating symphony from the deep for those onboard.

Charter Boats Palm Beach 

For thrill-seekers

Charter a boat from Palm Beach-based Adventure Watersports for a high-octane aquatic foray into tubing, snorkelling, wakeboarding and water skiing. Water-sports tutorials are available for those with an appetite for adventure. Those who prefer to relax can take in the sights from the balmy deck of a 27ft Sea Ray Sundeck as it glides around the small islands scattering the Intracoastal Waterway.

Charter Boats Palm Beach

For sightseeing

Journey to Peanut Island’s sparkling lagoon, glide past the gracious homes that line Lake Worth Lagoon, look out for manatees wallowing in the depths, and take a cool plunge on a snorkelling tour along the way: The Palm Beach Pearl of Paradise private charter boat offers a comprehensive range of guided tours. The only decision while on a romantic sunset cruise or a family day out? Which of the many waterfront restaurants to pull in at for some prime Floridan seafood

For deep-sea fishing

Deep-sea fishing in the Gulf Stream is guaranteed to strike a chord with serious anglers. For an exciting excursion that departs from West Palm Beach and its surrounds, hop on board the Seapremacy Fishing Charters. Captain Alex is the expert at the helm, and will navigate you to the best hunting grounds for kingfish, snapper and grouper among others, and provides you with all the gear you need to tackle the giants of the deep. Get an early catch with a 6.30am departure or head out a little later to catch the sunset.

Charter Boats Palm Beach

Set sail on a charter boat in Palm Beach while staying at Red Carnation Hotels’ The Chesterfield Palm Beach.

Image credits: lead image © iStock/Jodi Jacobson. Children sailing © iStock/romrodinka. Family on a yacht © iStock/FamVeld. Watersports © Adventure Watersports. Fishing © iStock/lisegagne.

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