Fort Lauderdale Luxury Living
Luxury Living In Fort Lauderdale
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Boating in Fort Lauderdale
What makes Fort Lauderdale great for boating?
Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Yachting Capital of the World”. The area is home to thousands of yachts. With more than hundreds of miles of navigable inland waterways situated within a variety of neighborhoods, there are many places to go and alot of things to see by boat — including beautiful waterfront homes. For a bit more adventure, the gorgeous blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean can be only minutes away via the Intracoastal Waterway.
Ft. Lauderdale offers a plethora of waterfront condos, townhomes, and single family homes, a number of which include boat slips and dockage. Properties that have dockage may be deeded, assigned, or leased. Property locations include condos and townhomes, as well as single family located in areas without fixed bridges and with fixed bridges. Areas without fixed bridges are desirable for boat slips and docking larger vessels since bridge clearance height restrictions are not an issue in areas without fixed bridges.
Fort Lauderdale Marinas
Recommended marinas in Fort Lauderdale.
Bahia Mar Marina
801 Seabreeze Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL
450 SW 7th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Coral Ridge Yacht Club Marina(membership required)
2800 Yacht Club Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL
1754 SE 3rd Court, Deerfield Beach, FL
Fort Lauderdale Marine Facilities
2 South New River Drive East, Fort Lauderdale, FL
1440 Marina Drive, Hollywood, FL
Pier 66 Marina
2301 SE 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Riverside Hotel Marina
620 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sands Harbor Marina
125 North Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach, FL
Sea Legs Marina
5398 North Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL
Hall of Fame Marina
435 Seabreeze Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Harbour Towne Marina
801 NE 3rd Street, Dania Beach, FL
Hillsboro Inlet Marina
2705 North Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach, FL
Las Olas Marina
240 Las Olas Circel, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Lighthouse Point Marina
2831 Marina Circle, Lighthouse Point, FL
Boating Events in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach
What boating events are in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach?
Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show – This show takes place in Miami Beach and covers over 1,200,000 square feet of space over a mile-long strip on the Indian Creek Waterway. Hundreds of new and pre-owned vessels valued upwards of a billion dollars are usually on display during this event.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show – This is the most sought after boat show in Florida! Seven locations offering over three million square feet of space. This show features a range of yacht architects, builders, designers and brokers. A wide variety of yachts and sea vessels are on display such as runabouts, sailing yachts and super-yachts.
Palm Beach International Boat Show – This show is similar to Ft Lauderdale International boat show but a tad less crowded, yet it features upwards of $1.2 billion worth of boats on display.
Winterfest Boat Parade – An annual event featuring local boat owners in a parade down well known waterways with fun and festive decorations on their vessels.
Golf in Fort Lauderdale
Why golf in Fort Lauderdale?
Ft. Lauderdale golf courses offer some of the most amazing landscapes in the world. From challenging competitive courses to smaller practice courses, you’re sure to find a course that will fit your skill level and speed.
Municipal vs. Public Golf Courses
Both municipal and public golf courses are open to the public. The main difference between the two has to do with ownership. Municipal golf courses are usually owned and/or managed by the city or county in which they reside. Public courses are generally privately owned.
In general, municipal courses have lower green fees than public courses. Some municipal courses offer a preference in tee times and prices to its residents.
Below you will find a list of Public and Municipal Golf Courses in and around Fort Lauderdale, FL
Bonaventure Resort & Country Club | Public
18 holes over 7,001 yards with a par of 72.
Carolina Club Golf Course | Public
18 holes over 6,550 yards with a par of 71.
The Club at Emerald Hills | Public
18 holes over 7,117 yards with a par of 72.
Colony West Country Club | Public
18 holes over 7,271 yards with a par of 71.
Davie Golf and Country Club | Public
18 holes over 6,311 yards with a par of 71.
Deer Creek Golf Club | Public
18 holes over 7,050 yards with a par of 72.
The Diplomat Golf Resort & Spa | Public
18 holes over 6,728 yards with a par of 72. (Closed for redevelopment)
Eco Golf Club | Municipal
9 holes over 2,265 yards with a par of 32.
Flamingo Lakes Country Club | Public
18 holes over 6,058 yards with a par of 71.
Oriole Golf and Tennis Club | Public
18 holes over 6,418 yards with a par of 72.
Palm Aire Country Club | Public
18 holes over 6,868 yards with a par of 72.
Pembroke Lakes Golf Club | Municipal
18 holes over 6,555 yards with a par of 72.
Plantation Preserve Golf Course | Municipal
18 holes over 7,148 yards with a par of 72.
Pompano Beach Golf Course | Municipal
18 holes over 6,129 yards with a par of 71.
Grand Palms Golf and Country Club | Public
18 holes over 3,337 yards with a par of 35.
Orangebrook Golf & Country Club | Public
18 holes over 6,903 yards with a par of 72.
Hollywood Beach Golf Resort | Municipal
18 holes over 6,336 yards with a par of 70.
Inverrary Country Club | Public
18 holes over 7,040 yards with a par of 72.
Jacaranda Golf Club | Public
18 holes over 7,250 yards with a par of 71.
Woodmont Country Club | Public
18 holes over 7,043 yards with a par of 72.
Ft. Lauderdale Restaurants
I like to use the acronym B.E.A.T.S. (Boats, Eat, Activities, Tan, Shop) when I describe Fort Lauderdale’s lifestyle.
Fort Lauderdale restaurants and bars offer some of the most amazing options in the world. From 5 star course meals to smaller hole in the wall exclusive dining experiences, you’re sure to find a meal that will fit your tastebuds and mood.