Luckily for those of us living here, this is what the Keys looks like most of the time. We just don’t get the afternoon thunderstorms or the black clouds that often form in Miami. As you can see from the photo, most of the time the clouds just blow right offshore.
When you’re down here renting a boat, the weather can be a big factor of your day. We understand that. We are not going to make you take the boat out in storming or bad weather or small craft warnings. We don’t want our boats out in really rough seas, and we are really reasonable people, just give us a call and let us know you’re not up for it.
That said, as much as we would like, we can’t control the weather. A shower here or there does not a terrible rental day make, so we will let you off the hook for the true bad weather, as long as you are open minded about the good.
Check out the NOAA weather here to your right. The widget provides the current conditions, and you can click on their handy dandy link for a five day forecast. We like them because they do a decent job of actually forecasting the Keys weather, giving you the wind speed and height of the seas too, and not just lump us in with the every-day-30%-chance-of-thunderstorm-Miami weather. Do keep in mind that their weather station is in Marathon, and our locations are at Key Largo and Islamorada.