Marina & Boatyard Tour

Check-in at conference registration, at Broward County Convention Center, outside Exhibit Hall A, starting at 11:00 am.  Buses leave promptly at 11:30 am from the entrance outside of Exhibit Hall A and registration.

                                                                                                                                                                     
Harbour Towne Marina - A Suntex Experience
Conveniently located on the Dania Cutoff Canal, at ICW, just south of the Port Everglades Inlet, Harbour Towne Marina offers wet slips accommodating vessels up to 200′, 650 dry storage spaces for boats up to 50′ and state of the art amenities. 

Excellence is a way of life at Harbour Towne Marina and the team exemplifies experience and dedication as industry professionals committed to quality service. The team at Harbour Towne has the ability to assist in providing for any and all needs whether it is a slip, maintenance, advice on local attractions and restaurants, or just a helpful hand.




Pier 66
Pier Sixty-Six is centrally located along the Intracoastal, and only 5.5 miles from Fort Lauderdale Int’l Airport, 39 miles from PBI Int’l Airport, 4 miles from the Brightline Fort Lauderdale Station, and just 28 miles north of Miami. The marina is also just a short drive (or walk) to many local grocery stores, restaurants, bars, spas, and more. 
 

Las Olas - A Suntex Experience

Currently in developement, the Las Olas Marina will be a world-class destination for mega yachts and a signature destination for visitors to South Florida for the next 50 years. The marina will include 68 boat slips capable of handling vessels up to 250-feet and two buildings.The iconic marina will redefine the Fort Lauderdale waterfront featuring fine dining, boutique retail, state-of-the-art infrastructure improvements, and a lush pedestrian-friendly landscape. 

In partnership with the City of Fort Lauderdale, Las Olas Marina is the capstone of more than $130 million in public amenity improvements along the Las Olas Corridor connecting pedestrians to the ocean. The marina will also contribute to the City’s environmental resilience by converting 3 acres back to water and natural habitat and providing seawall improvements to protect against sea level rise. Las Olas Marina will also be a dynamic economic engine creating new jobs across multiple business sectors generating hundreds of millions of dollars annually for the local community.

The Las Olas Marina is being developed by Suntex Marinas, one of the nation’s premier marina operators with locations in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, and Virginia.