Miami’s Kiki on the River Restaurant Launches Luxury Yacht Experience

Kiki on the River restaurant in Miami has announced its new luxury yacht experience, Kiki at Sea. Available for private charters, the experience brings the restaurant’s Greek cuisine and party vibes to Miami’s scenic waterways.

The 70-foot Kiki motor yacht has four staterooms, three dining areas, marble bathrooms and a super flybridge with retractable roof. The itineraries depart from Kiki on the River’s waterfront location on the Miami River, and highlight iconic destinations such as Marine Stadium, Star Island, Monument Island, Millionaire’s Row, Stiltsville and Fisher Island. Each charter is staffed by a captain and steward, with extra staff available upon request. Kiki at Sea’s hospitality team will tailor the charter for every occasion, from food and beverage to entertainment and watersports.

Dining at sea includes popular dishes from Kiki on the River’s Mediterranean menu. Cocktail packages are also available. Kiki’s entertainers will further enhance the festivities, from DJ sets and a saxophonist to AquaJet performers and even a champagne gun show. At night, full LED lighting, both interior and exterior, enhances the party ambiance. Personalized décor and celebratory items such as custom cakes can also be added with advanced notice.

Outdoor enthusiasts can reserve aquatic toys and inflatables including jet skis, a water trampoline, blowup platform, electric surfboard, eFoil, paddleboards and floating lounges. A hydraulic swim platform makes it easy to engage in watersports from the aft of the yacht. Guests can also opt for massages on board.

Kiki at Sea accommodates up to 12 guests; charters range from half- to full-day excursions. Guests needn’t bring anything other than swimwear since full plating, silverware and glassware are included with the charter, besides towels, blankets and custom Kiki bathrobes.

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