April 9, 2015
Miami’s Very Wet Side
Do you love the beach and water sports? Are bikini-clad women one of the best reasons to spend the day avoiding a sunburn and sand in your nether-regions? If so, then Miami beaches are certainly the place to be. Imagine enjoying the sun and surf with a gorgeous escort on your arm. She’s ready to soak up the sun as she rocks her swimsuit, all for your enjoyment.
There is plenty to do when it comes to watersports and the beaches in Miami. Below, you’ll find the top five water attractions to consider during your stay in Miami.
Boats and Sailing
There’s no better way to see Miami than from the unique vantage point the water offers. Rent a boat or consider a charter if you’re a novice at sailing. Enjoy a catamaran tour of the gorgeous Biscayne Bay, where the mansions of the rich and famous are one of the main attractions. Enjoy a dinner charter with a Miami escort. You’ll love dining on the water. If you’re in town for a corporate event, then maybe a luxury party boat is on the schedule. Of course, if you’re up to the challenge, consider renting a sailboat or other vessel and watch the beach beauties from the water.
Miami is famous for the miles and miles of pristine, beautiful beaches. However, just off the shore is another world, full of clear, blue water. The area boasts the third largest barrier reef in the world and it’s the only one in North America. For more than 220 miles, it runs from Miami past the Keys to Dry Tortugas. This protected ecosystem offers snorkelers a terrific way to see the abundant marine life that surrounds the reef. Grab your snorkel, fins, mask and your escort’s hand and get ready to discover an entirely new world just off Miami’s coastal areas.
Miami is known as the “Wreckreational Dive Capital of the World” and for good reason. Miami’s eastern shores are home to a most incredible array of artificial and natural dive sites. With the comfortable climate of the area all year long, you’ll love the warm waters for your dive. Miami is built on oolitic limestone, which is ancient coral. The artificial reefs were started in the 1920s and continued for the next 80 years. The following dive sites are some of the area’s most popular:
• Emerald Reef
• Half Moon
• Neptune Memorial Reef
• Ophelia Brian
• Wreck Trek
The Famous Beaches
So, if your day is shaping up to be one of lounging on the beach, then the following beaches are the best in the area. Time to don your suit, slather on the sunscreen and head out to one of the following:
• Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
• South Beach
• Virginia Key Beach
• Haulover Beach
• Homestead Bayfront Park and Marina
Get Ready to Enjoy Miami’s Wet Side
As you can see, there are so many things to do in the water and on the beaches in this great city. You’re sure to enjoy the scene even more with a beautiful lady on your arm.