Enjoy the best views of Miami during a fully-narrated, 90-minute cruise around beautiful Biscayne Bay. See the beachfront estates of Millionaire's Row, watch ships depart the Port of Miami, and spot historic sites along the south Florida coastline.
What to Expect
Since Miami is a waterfront city, many of its finest sights face the bay rather than the street. This 90-minute boat tour, departing from Bayside Marketplace Marina in Downtown Miami, is a fun way to see all the coastal highlights of Miami you can't see on land.
Take an unhurried look at some of the most beautiful sights in south Florida as an expert bilingual guide narrates colorful stories of Miami. You'll see the beautiful Brickell Key and exclusive Fisher Island, the cruise ships leaving the Port of Miami, the gorgeous Miami Skyline, as well as the homes of the rich and famous along Millionaire's Row.
Our modern yachts, the Island Queen, the Island Lady, and the Miami Lady, offer the utmost in comfort and style. Each vessel features an air-conditioned lower salon, enclosed in picture windows, as well as an upper-deck where you may take in the fresh ocean breeze and an awning that will protect you from direct sunlight and light seasonal showers. Beverages and light snacks are available for purchase onboard throughout the cruise.
What's Not Included
- Food and beverages
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
Cruises leave ever hour with the last going out at 7:00 PM. Reservations are not required, simply show up 30 minutes before your desired cruise time.
Pay parking is available at the Bayside Parking Garage or valet parking behind the Hard Rock Cafe. Parking can also be found along Biscayne Blvd. (Parking is not controlled or monitored by Island Queen Cruises.
Please arrive at the ticket booth 30 minutes prior to departure to receive your boarding passes. Island Queen Cruises is located inside Bayside Marketplace through the main entrance straight to the water. The ticket booth is located near the music stage in the center of the mall and next to a sixteen foot hanging shark.