“A boat can be the difference between a great day and an unforgettable one.”
Boating is much more than a hobby in South Florida, it’s a way of life. With 165 miles of navigable waterways, it’s easy to see why Fort Lauderdale, Broward County’s largest city, has earned the titles Yachting Capital of the World and Venice of America.
The best way to discover what makes Fort Lauderdale a boater’s paradise is, of course, by boat. While it may be known for its beaches, bars, nightclubs and restaurants, this coastal town truly reveals itself from the water.
Multi-million-dollar mansions, most with beautiful yachts docked out back, line the Intracoastal Waterway, canals and rivers. Popular waterfront restaurants attract locals and visitors alike to enjoy great food and drink while watching boats and yachts of all sizes cruise by. Nature parks invite you to explore native vegetation and wildlife by paddleboard, canoe or kayak. Sometimes the best choice is to pack a cooler, invite a few friends or family on board, and spend the day soaking up the Florida sunshine on a relaxing “cruise to nowhere.”
Add in the network of inter-connected waterways meandering through the neighboring cities of Dania Beach, Hollywood and Pompano Beach and you will discover a seemingly endless system of peaceful canals and rivers to explore.
It’s easy to understand why residents and visitors flock here to enjoy pleasant year-round temperatures, more than 300 days a year of sunshine and a boating lifestyle that is second to none.
Whatever your preference, Floridian Coastal Charters will create a fun-filled day of memories on the water.
Contact us today and begin planning your private charter!