Lush and tropical Fort Lauderdale, blessed with 165 miles of beautiful, navigable waterways, 3,000 hours of annual sunshine, seven miles of pristine beaches and soft ocean breezes, beckons you for your next port-of-call.
The Intracoastal Waterway is lined with marinas, waterfront restaurants, and nightspots, and the world's largest in-water boat show is also held annually in Fort Lauderdale.
Fort Lauderdale has a strong tradition as a marine community. Beginning with early settlements and boatyards along the New River, to hosting the world’s largest international boat show, learn more about Fort Lauderdale’s proud heritage as The Venice of America.
- Marine Facilities Guide
Our waterways feature municipal docking and anchorage at competitive rates. Fort Lauderdale has three marine facilities:
These facilities are conveniently located in various hubs of the City, including the Intracoastal waterway, New River/Cooley’s Landing, and Riverwalk, which is a linear park following the New River. Plus, our City staff welcomes all boaters to our docking facilities and is available to make your stay memorable. Treat yourself to Fort Lauderdale!
All three of our marine facilities have been designated "Clean Marinas."
Beach and Ocean Conditions
For further information, questions or comments, please contact each facility directly at:
Main Office / New River
Las Olas Marina
Office Hours: Daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.