Full service in Fort Lauderdale

USA: Port 32 Marinas celebrated the grand opening of Port 32 Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 13th June. The modern and versatile full-service facility was built from the ground up to accommodate vessels of all sizes up to 180ft (55m).

The wet slips are designed for vessels up to 150ft (46m) for in-water repairs and refits. As a self-service marina, owners and captains may elect to bring their own crew or utilise one of the pre-approved vendors. The wet slips allow for painting, engine work, hull work etc.
The marina is an accepted hurricane dockage location for most insurance companies and designed to withstand 175mph winds.
Crew amenities include a fitness centre, lounge area, conference room and computer bar. A dockside gazebo is both an outdoor meeting spot and a picnic area for vendors working at the facility as well as fuel dock customers. On-site security features include 24-hour video surveillance in addition to staffed security guards and remote-controlled access gates.
“We are thrilled to welcome boaters and crews to our Fort Lauderdale Marina and offer expanded dry storage that is able to house and protect the largest vessels in South Florida,” said Port 32 Marinas CEO Austin Schell. “The marina’s storage and technology capabilities are exceptional, offering members a seamless and turnkey experience.”


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