If looking to purchase a Seabob in Miami, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic or anywhere else in South Florida and the Caribbean, we’re your one stop shop. Find your Seabob For Sale, here.
As Authorized Seabob Dealers in Miami, we can get you the Seabob F5 (very fast), Seabob F5 S (super fast), and Seabob F5 SR (extremely fast), in various colors, with customization, as well as any Seabob accessories you may need such as the fast charger or weights used when scuba diving with the Seabob. If in the US or picking up from our location, there is no shipping charge. If shipping outside of the US, please ask us about our special shipping rates to the Caribbean and Bahamas for Seabobs.
Once you’ve made your purchase, there are tons of aquatic paradises around Miami, Bimini, PR and DR that are perfect for the water sled.
Explore these Amazing, One-Of-A-Kind Paradises with Your Seabob in Miami, Bahamas, Puerto Rico and The Dominican Republic
Your Seabob will allow you to explore aquatic paradises, with intuitive and complete control over maneuvering and unmatched speeds never before reached with a water sled, thanks to Porsche Engineering. A slower stroll-like pace alongside a partner or friend is an option of course as well. Below are some spots in Miami, Bimini / Bahamas, Puerto Rico and DR that are amazing to explore with a Seabob. Some are excellent for meeting new people and socializing (the Seabob is always a hit), while others are more for exploration of the sights with a partner or two. Many are a combination of both.
Fowey Rocks Lighthouse, Southwest of Key Biscayne
Built in 1878, this lighthouse witnessed decades of storms and wrecks, and is known as the “Eye of Miami.” With neighboring shipwrecks, this is an excellent place to take the Seabob and explore. Seven miles southeast of Cape Florida on Key Biscayne, coordinates: 25°35′26.2″N 80°05′48″W
Nixon Beach, Key Biscayne, Miami-Dade County
Beautiful scenery and clean water with a near by sandbar. Named after president Richard Nixon, because the sandbar runs parallel to his old house on Key Biscayne. Anchor up and you see this beautiful house on its own little peninsula where a president used to live. Coordinates: 25.6931° N, 80.1737° W
Elliott Key, Miami-Dade County
Elliott Key was used on a transient basis for millennia by Tequesta Indians, and later by fishermen and wreckers from the Bahamas and the lower Florida Keys. Elliott Key has a history of being a refuge for pirates and escaped slaves, with the chief one being the infamouse Black Caesar, who is said to have escaped from a slave ship, and used Ceasar’s Rock, just southeast off the southern tip Elliott Key, as his base. The key was the site of dozens of pineapple plantations in the latter part of the 19th Century and the first half of the 20th Century, and once was part of the Islandia, the Florida city that never was. The key is accessible only by boat. Beautiful mangrove trees, calm and crystal clear water, and gorgeous sea life. Great for Seabobs and diving. Coordinates: 25.4397° N, 80.2001° W
Staniel Cay, Exuma, Bahamas
Staniel Cay gained popularity with the establishment of The Staniel Cay Yacht Club in 1956. In 1965, Thunderball Grotto, a limestone cave situated on the western coast of Staniel cay, was the setting of the James bond film Thunderball. Staniel Cay is in close proximity to Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Island, which is an uninhabited island populated by swimming feral pigs (can’t make this stuff up). Take your Seabob and swim alongside some swimming pigs for an undoubtedly unique good time.
Honeymoon Harbor, Bimini
Lovely, pristine blue water, magnificent coral reefs, colorful fish, and friendly stingrays surround this small cay, just southeast of Bimini. This small piece of paradise is only accessible by boat.
Cat Cay, Bimini
Another Bahamian island paradise with gleaming sands, crystal clear water, blue violet shadows of coral reefs, rock outcroppings, and shifting sandbars. A long and storied history of pirates attacking Spanish galleons en route to Cuba, US torpedo boats (PT Boats) seeking shelter in WWII, a simple man who looked after a lighthouse, and, later a portly millionaire from New York who would proclaim this island a paradise and start the private enclave that is Cat Cay today. Nearby you’ll find a 120 ft. and 65 ft. shipwreck. See these and other shipwreck locations in the Bahamas, here…
Vieques, Puerto Rico
Vieques is a Caribbean island off Puerto Rico’s eastern coast. It’s known for boat tours of Bioluminescent Bay (or Mosquito Bay), where microorganisms give the water a blue-green glow. It offers secluded beaches and snorkeling, ideal for using your Seabob. Wild horses roam the countryside, much of which is preserved as the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. Home of “El Fuerte de Vieques”, a mid-19th-century Spanish fort and museum.
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Culebra is somewhat of the anti-tourist destination, harboring no large hotels or flashy vacation bells and whistles. The beaches are stunning untouched stretches of white sand, great for taking out the Seabob, sunning, windsurfing and diving. The culture and architecture are just as colorful as the waters of the bright blue sea. Stroll around downtown for a truly quaint afternoon activity. Clear waters full of fish, sea turtles and rays.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Punta Cana is blessed with one of the Caribbean’s longest white sand coastlines, punctuated by sky-high palm trees. Luxurious all-inclusive resorts offer more of the traditional tourist getaway – including water parks, fine dining, beachfront bars and lounges, wellness spas, and gorgeous golf courses – but the clear Punta Cana waters are still the perfect place to bring out your Seabob to explore shipwrecks and underwater life.
Saona Island, Dominican Republic
Another Caribbean oasis with super white sands and clear blue waters, Saona Island is a natural sanctuary for several species of migratory birds. Gorgeous caves, such as Cotubama, were named in memory of an indigenous chief of this region. During Christopher Columbus’ second voyage to the Americas in 1494, he had with him an Italian, Michele da Cuneo from Savona, Italy, and named the island “Saona” in his honor.
Shipwrecks to Explore with your Seabob In Florida, Bahamas, DR, PR and the Caribbean
If you’re into scuba diving and exploring wrecks, the Seabob can be your greatest companion. Explore deep wrecks for long stretches of time with the ability to explore with ease.
Here are lists of shipwrecks around Florida and the Caribbean that you can visit and enjoy:
- Shipwrecks in the Bahamas
- Shipwrecks in Florida
- Shipwrecks in the Dominican Republic
- Shipwreck in the Caribbean
Seabobs have a naturally buoyancy, which can be neutralized for deeper dives with the help of the Seabob Weights, specially made for this purpose.
When Ready to Buy Your Seabob, We’ll Be Here – Citimarine Store, Authorized Seabob Dealer in Miami
We’ve shipped Seabobs worldwide, to every continent. However, our strongest areas are here in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and neighboring areas – the Caribbean, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Latin America.
We work closely with UPS, FedEX and DHL to ensure that our international shipping rates are the lowest possible. When ordering outside of the US, ask us for special discounted shipping rates on Seabobs, and we’ll even cover part of the shipping ourselves.
If in the US, we’ll cover the entire shipping to you, or you can pick your Seabob at our location.
With your Seabob you’ll:
-Reach speeds never before reached with anything else
-Have complete control over maneuverability
-Be able to dive as deep as 100 feet or more
-Experience confidence in your new machine with a 2 year warranty and 24/7 live support
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