Events for Everyone

On the afternoon of Saturday, October 2, 2021

Venture into Florida's protected wilderness for a ride like no other. Upon arrival at our Everglades outpost, you'll climb aboard a private airboat. Then, propelled by a powerful fan, you'll find yourself skimming atop the "Sea of Grass" to encounter unusual plants, birds and other animals indigenous to this area.

Both informative and fun, this tour offers a front-row seat to one of the world's most unique ecosystems. As your guide shares one fantastic fact after another, what initially seemed to be a mass of water and overgrowth is recognized as an intricate balance of nature crucial to the entire state.

And don't think we forgot about the gators! You'll see plenty of these "Kings & Queens" of the Everglades as your guide points them out in their natural habitat. Aside from your tour, you'll be treated to a gator show, a fun up-close look at these cantankerous creatures!

It’s no secret that one of the best ways to take in the sights of Miami is from the water.

There’s something about viewing the skyline of Brickell, resorts of South Beach, bustling port and private waterfront mansions from a private yacht that makes it all seem that much more beautiful.

An ideal blend of leisure & sightseeing, your captain will take care of the details while the crew takes care of you while enjoying all that this private party vessel has to offer. A spacious sun deck, wrap-around bar, sea hammocks and 'stairway to the sea,' which becomes of use as you return from exploring with snorkeling gear, paddle a sea kayak, or simply jump in for a refreshing swim.

From sandbars to islands to popular diving spots, the waters of Biscayne Bay are protected on all sides, so no need to worry about rough seas. So what do we require from you? That you relax, enjoy the sights and let us know if there's anything that you desire.

This 10-mile bicycle jaunt explores the charming island of Key Biscayne – a sought-after route originally discovered by the Tequesta Indians atop an island claimed by the king of Spain, purchased for $100, and now home to Miami’s first lighthouse.

Pedaling through lush flora, our guide will explain how hurricane Andrew’s path changed the island’s ecosystem, tell the story of two lightkeepers’ battle with natives, and stop at the nearest accessible point to Stiltsville, an offshore village of homes built on “stilts” and breathtaking views of broad, white sandy beaches.

After passing through the Village of Key Biscayne, you'll explore the unusual oddity of an antiquated and abandoned zoo that echoes of visitations past. Watch out for the new tenants: a large variety of waterfowl and iguanas in every imaginable size and color combination. Enjoy the pleasures of a slower pace almost as if it were ripped from the pages of a less hectic era.

Spousal & Guest Events

On the morning of Thursday, September 30, 2021

The historic Art Deco District in Miami Beach is a must-see for every visitor. Miami Beach has a history of architectural excellence. From the early vernacular detail of the 1915 Brown's Hotel to the Retro Deco design of the Loews Hotel and contemporary lines of the Public Market on the Bay, Miami Beach has always told its story through its buildings of a glamorous past and current revitalization.

Gliding along the beachside avenues of South Beach on your personal Segway, your guide will lead you along strategic routes with rich history while providing a unique insight into this famed area. You'll come to understand how the progress of the machine age and forward-thinking design led to the Art Deco buildings of the 1920's-the 40s in Miami Beach. Smooth stucco, clean lines, terrazzo floors, nautical motifs and neon lights are all evidence of this period - a time that combined old materials with creative design to craft the seaside marvels that we enjoy today.

Now the city’s hub of unbounded innovation and design, the industrial neighborhood of Wynwood gained international acclaim before most locals realized it had become a mecca to the progressive art community.

A 2.5-hour immersion into this unique area, the largest outdoor art museum in the world, we overload the senses in a delightful exploration of the artists who re-defined standards in both paints and cuisine to put this once industrial afterthought on the map.

You'll visit the kitchens of five distinct chefs, exploring towering works of art along the way. Though a leisurely one-mile walk, the journey will have you imagining new boundaries in visual and culinary art. perhaps offering the inspiration sought by leaders in fashion, cuisine and architecture who frequent these very streets.