PORT 32 Marinas begins work on upland phase of PORT 32 Fort Lauderdale in US


PORT 32 Marinas has broken ground on the upland phase of the PORT 32 Fort Lauderdale in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the US.

The marina development project is located west of I-95 on the north side of the New River, across from Lauderdale Marine Center and Marina Mile Yachting Center.

Work on the upland phase of the project involves construction of a new drystack comprising nearly 700 slips that will have capacity to house boats up to 55ft.

The drystack will store large vessels and will have new and used boat sales as well as brokerage services.

It will also have an on-site fuel dock, 24-hour security, as well as access to the PORT 32 mobile app.

Other amenities to be added in the upland phase include fitness centre, media and recreation area, a yacht captain/crew lounge with a computer bar, shower facilities and grilling area.

The PORT 32 Fort Lauderdale will also include a service boatyard, office bays for lease to marine contractors and vendors along with enclosed and climate controlled commercial service.

PORT 32 CEO Joe Miller said: “Fort Lauderdale is the epicenter of boating in the United States, yet there is a meaningful shortage of dry slips for the typical center console and express cruiser owner in this trade area.

“We are addressing this deficit by building a large, modern drystack facility with state-of-the-art slips of size to satisfy current needs in the marketplace.

“Once completed, the facility will house dry slips ranging from 20 to 55 feet, thereby giving us the ability to accommodate the majority of boat sizes in this market segment.”


Rendering of the PORT 32 Fort Lauderdale. Credit: Port 32 Marinas/ PRNewswire.

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