Search Icon

Yachts For Sale In Tampa

Boaters, along with Cruise Ships, Coast Guard vessels, tankers, container ships and more, enter Tampa Bay from the Gulf of Mexico beneath the magnificent 430’ high Sunshine Skyway Bridge with cable stays that resemble a ship’s mast and sails when viewed from a distance. The Skyway built in 1987, connects St. Petersburg with Terra Ceia at lower Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay covers a nearly 400 square mile area of great fishing (over 200 species including redfish, snook, trout and mangrove snapper), wakeboarding and other watersports, and recreational boating. The Bay provides boaters access to the many natural sandbar formations and islands, such as Shell Key, Caladesi Island State Park, Egmont Key Wildlife Refuge, Pine Key (Beer Can Island aka Tiki Bay Island), Greer Island Beach, Three Rooker Bar (very popular with weekend boaters), Turtle Beach and many more. Shell collecting is another popular activity.

United Yacht Sales can help you find the perfect yacht for sale in Florida. Give us a call today at 1-772-463-3131 about purchasing a new boat or listing your current yacht on the brokerage market.

YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Tampa Florida

photo of 220' American PSV 1998

C Courageous

220' American PSV 1998

Tampa, Florida, United States

photo of 195' Benetti 2009

ANDIAMO

195' Benetti 2009

Miami, Florida, United States

photo of 182' Proteksan 2011

TURQUOISE

182' Proteksan 2011

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 181' Benetti 55m 2003

LADY MICHELLE

181' Benetti 55m 2003

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 180' Heesen Yachts Lloyds, LY2/MCA 2011

Abbracci

180' Heesen Yachts Lloyds, LY2/MCA 2011

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 174' Oceanfast Custom Superyacht 2004

MIZU

174' Oceanfast Custom Superyacht 2004

Miami Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Trinity Yachts 164 Tri-deck Motor Yacht 2008

Amarula Sun

164' Trinity Yachts 164 Tri-deck Motor Yacht 2008

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Oceanfast 1998

THUNDER

164' Oceanfast 1998

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Oceanfast 1989

SHE'S A 10

164' Oceanfast 1989

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 157' Trinity Yachts Tri-Deck MY 2006

NEVER ENOUGH

157' Trinity Yachts Tri-Deck MY 2006

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 156' Delta Marine 2011

ROCHADE

156' Delta Marine 2011

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 155' Washburn & Doughty Casino Cruise Ship 1998

155' Washburn & Doughty Casino Cruise Ship 1998

Jacksonville, Florida, United States

photo of 151' Benetti 1989

LADY S

151' Benetti 1989

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 150' Cheoy Lee Custom Marco Polo Displacement 2012

QING

150' Cheoy Lee Custom Marco Polo Displacement 2012

Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 147' Sensation 2006

CABERNET

147' Sensation 2006

Miami, Florida, United States

Search All Yachts

Tampa features two waterside walkways; the Bayshore Blvd sidewalk on Hillsborough Bay in South Tampa, is the longest continuous sidewalk in the world at 4.5 miles and 10’ wide. The other is Riverwalk, 2.4 miles along the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa, lined with restaurants, shops and more. Boaters can find dockage and tie up and enjoy a walk and meal downtown. During the St. Patrick’s Day festivities, a section of the Hillsborough River is dyed green, similarly to the famous Chicago River.

Bayshore Blvd is also the staging site of the Gasparilla Parade of Pirates, held annually the last Saturday of January with festivities in the city and on the water featuring the pirate sailing vessel, Jose Gasparilla. The event, since 2005 (though its history is much earlier), attracts about 200,000 people to the area for celebrating in pirate-carnival style. Along the pirate theme, is the fleet of Pirate Water Taxis with 15 stops along Tampa’s Riverwalk, Channel District, downtown and Davis Island.

Davis Island is the location of many palatial and exclusive waterfront estates, none as well-known as the home of Derek Jeter, the Hall of Fame former NY Yankees baseball star, current CEO and part owner of the Florida Marlins NBL team. And guest residence of new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback, Tom Brady! Tampa’s NHL hockey team, the Tampa Bay Lightning, won the coveted Stanley Cup this year while the NBL team, Tampa Bay Rays (St. Petersburg), the #1 American League East baseball team, are now in the World Series. Go Tampa Bay!

Though there are loads of waterfront restaurants and bars, only some have dockage or private beachfront accessible to boaters for tie up and dine. The Sail Plaza, Tampa's only 360-degree waterfront restaurant is located on the Riverwalk near the Convention Center and features a dog-friendly patio bar offering cocktails and bites. Dockage is nearby for boaters along with a Pirate Taxi stop. Rick’s on the River, a casual setting known as a fun place for live music and drinks, is a marina, bar and grille and features an oyster bar. Ricks is located on the Hillsborough River with a full marina offering wet slips for rental as well as dockage for the restaurant. Ulele is a native American inspired restaurant and brewery on the Hillsborough River and the Riverwalk, accessible by Pirate Water Taxi.

Columbia Café at the Tampa Bay History Center is located on downtown Tampa waterfront, with indoor and outdoor seating overlooking Garrison Channel that separates downtown from Harbour Island. The Columbia Café, on the Riverwalk, features Cuban/Spanish cuisine, and is Florida’s oldest restaurant and the largest Spanish restaurant in the world! Fee-based boat dock has 8 tie-ups available to boaters; maximum stay is 72 hours. Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill, with deck seating and tiki bar is located off Courtney Campbell Causeway (to Clearwater) on Old Tampa Bay, allows boaters to beach on their private beachfront.

And there is the Yacht Starship fleet of four 3-Diamond rated dining yachts that cruise Tampa Bay at evening, offering grand views of Tampa’s skyline, the Bay, exquisite sunsets and award-winning cuisine, along with Holiday and specialty cruises. The largest vessel seats 600 passengers; together the four Yacht Starships can accommodate over 1,000 passengers. The two dock locations are Channelside Harbour near the ferry terminal or Clearwater Beach. Private Charters are available from other local ports.
Pirate Water Taxi stop #1 is at the cruise terminal area in the downtown area and is a short walk from the Florida Aquarium. The Aquarium is 200,000 square feet of space exhibiting more than 14,000 animals from Florida and around the world, including Madagascar’s lemurs. One of its features is a 500,000-gallon Coral Reef habitat. The Florida Aquarium is also accessible by the streetcar line of Channelside Bay Plaza.

Search For Your Next Boat For Sale In These Cities: