With over 300 miles of inland waterway and 50,000 registered yachts, Fort Lauderdale is often referred to as the “Yachting Capital of the World.” Annually, Fort Lauderdale gets 3,000 hours of sun serving as a haven for boaters who enjoy the finer things in life like leisurely rides along the Intracoastal. Early in the morning, or early in the evening, the waterways serve as a live backdrop to some of the most gorgeous sunrises and sunsets in the world.
Fort Lauderdale is home to the largest boat show in the world and it’s no wonder why. The Intracoastal Waterway offers extremely close proximity to the inland waterways of the Atlantic Ocean. Socialites and celebrities can often be found soaking in the Fort Lauderdale sun on beaches, or cruising along the waters in the finest of yachts.
The houses that line the Fort Lauderdale waterways offer some of the best dockage in the United States. This type of water access allows boat owners to easily drop their boats in the water and sail off.
For some of the best dockage in Fort Lauderdale check out Susan Rindley’s listings below:
195 Nurmi Drive is located off of Las Olas Boulevard and is considered the Art Basel of Fort Lauderdale. This masterpiece boasts 17 foot ceilings, a home theater, infinity pool, summer kitchen, and great dockage. Asking $5,900,000.
520 Intracoastal Drive, is a direct Intracoastal home in Sunrise Intracoastal – a gated community. The one story home was designed by Randall Stofft, Bill Bentz Construction an MJB Design. This home features views, views and more views. Asking $5,900,000
Ritz Carlton #2203 is located in the Ritz Carlton and with 4,000 square feet of balcony you’ll never want to miss a sunset. This is the ultimate of luxury living and is the only hotel that has a 5 Diamond Star rating in Broward. Asking $ $4,995,000.