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Key West occupies the southernmost point of the continental United States and is one of the top destinations in Florida. It is a magnet for tourists from all over to indulge in its many water sports, beaches, lively nightlife, historic sites, and other attractions. Key West has plenty of tours and activities to keep one occupied and busy - it doesn't have to be just about relaxing on the beaches and drinking cocktails.

One of the best ways to really explore and feel the vibe of Key West is with a sunset tour. One great example of such a tour is this unique Sun Set Sail with a full bar, live music & horse D'oeuvres. The tour is romantic and ideal for couples and people on their honeymoon. Viator offers many excellent tours across the world with tours from the Arctic to the pyramids of Egypt.


Key West Sunset Sail With Full Bar, Live Music & Hors D'oeuvres

This Key West Sunset Sail offers the chance to watch the moon rise off the coast as the sun goes down. The tour is on a 70-foot catamaran that has plenty of deck space to stretch out and enjoy the peaceful calm of the late afternoon. Kick back and relax as one sails off to the best spot to watch the sunset and slip below the horizon.

The sunset sail includes mouthwatering appetizers plus wine, champagne, beer, a full liquor bar, and soft drinks. Feast on the peel-and-eat shrimp and other fresh hors d'oeuvres onboard while listening to live music with local musicians.


  • Drinks: Beer, Wine, Champagne Sangria, Soft Drinks
  • Appetizers: Chef's Selection Of Hors D'oeuvres
  • Bar: Full Liquor Bar On Board
  • Music: Live Music

This Key West sunset cruise aims to be a cut above the rest and the relaxing break one is looking for in the Florida Keys. Along the way, one will see landmarks like the Key West seaport, Mallory Square, Navy Mole, and more.

  • Departure Location: 205 Elizabeth Str, Key West, FL 33040
  • Max Passengers: Up To 80 Travelers
  • Cost: From $79.95
  • Duration: Approx. 2 Hours

Passengers should arrive 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in. Note that the cruise is not wheelchair accessible, and the drinking age is 21 years old and over.

The cruise offers the best price guarantee and should be booked ahead of time - it is likely to sell out.

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Key West - The Southernmost Gem Of Florida

Key West is an island in the Straits of Florida and is reachable by U.S. Route 1 (which is also the longest north/south road in the country). It is a 165-mile drive from Miami and is actually closer to Cuba (Havana is 106 miles away).

  • Access: Via U.S. Route 1
  • Duval Street: The Main Street of Key West

Key West is where holidaymakers go to relax in the warm waters and to get some much-needed sun and R&R. While ashore, the most energetic strip with bars and cafés is Duval Street (the main street).

When not in or on the water, there are walking tours of Key West that offer a glimpse of its past and hidden attractions. See gravestones that read "I told you I was sick" and "At least I know where he's sleeping tonight" and learn about the cheeky humor of this part of the country.

Related: A Luxurious Key West Vacation: Accommodation And Restaurants

Other Attractions And Things To See And Do In Key West

Another of the things to do in Key West is to explore the architecture of the islands (it's mostly Caribbean). Many of the older homes are built out of coral rock or even salvaged shipboards. Some homes have even been dismantled, shipped in, and then re-assembled from the Bahamas.

The cuisine is also Caribbean, being influenced by the Afro-Caribbean and Spanish cultures of the region. It is a town with a distinct tropical Caribbean feel.

Key West has been the home of some famous writers like Robert Frost, Tennessee Williams, and Ernest Hemingway - pop in and see the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum while there.

When in the mood for an Instagram pic, venture down and take a selfie with the red, black, and yellow concrete marker at the corner of South and Whitehead streets that marks the southernmost point of the continental United States. And then go for a photo op by the U.S. Route 1 mile marker "0" sign.