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Synopsis of Optimal Miami Charter Marinas

While the restaurants and fashion of the city may have taken over, Miami fishing charter boat companies are still doing a booming business.

Fishing may be taking a back seat to fine restaurants and pulsing nightlife, but Miami fishing charter boat captains are still enjoying steady business. With the Gulf Stream so close, anglers can enjoy catching grouper, tuna, dolphins, kingfish and more.

So, if you're planning a Miami deep-sea fishing trip, try checking out the area's top four marinas - the Crandon Park Marina, Haulover Beach Marina, Miami Beach Marina and the Bayside Marketplace. Each offers something a little different and a wide range of captains and ships to choose from.

Miami Crandon Park Marina

The Crandon Park Marina is home to some of the best charter boat captains and fishing guides in the area. The marina has an international reputation for Miami fishing charter boat companies that offer high quality service and guaranteed catches. It's located at 4000 Crandon Blvd, and charters typically cost around $700 for a full day or $500 for a half day.

Haulover Beach Park

Like the Crandon Park Marina, Haulover Beach Park is home base for multiple charter companies. The marina lays claim to the largest charter and drift-fishing fleet in South Florida. You can reach the marina in Haulover Beach Park at 108000 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles, Miami Beach or by phone at 305-947-3525.

Haulover Beach Marina is busy, with numerous boats to choose from, but recommended charters include the Helen C, Haulover Charter Company and the Kelley Fleet.

Miami Beach Marina

The majority of boats docked at the Miami Beach Marina are private vessels, but there are a number of private fishing charters. Recommended captains and fleets include Miami Beach Charters, the Reward Fleet and the Sissy Bay. 

You can find the Miami Beach Marina along the MacArthur Causeway to 300 Alton Road, or by phone at 305-673-6000.

The Bayside Marketplace Marina

Like the Miami Beach Marina, the Bayside Marketplace is a mix of private boats, commercial vessels and private fishing charter companies. Laid-back angles might prefer the more relaxed atmosphere and low-pressure sales pitch. The marketplace is 5 minutes from Miami Beach and just 20 minutes from Fort Lauderdale.

Average Costs

For a private Miami fishing charter boat, you can expect to pay between $450 and $500 for a 4-5 hour day. Passage can also be booked on party boats or group vessels for as little as $30.

However, you may find that many boats are raising their prices as the cost of gas skyrockets, so be prepared to pay anywhere from $50 to $100 in fuel surcharges for a private charter.

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