You will see the elaborate mansions and celebrity homes of Millionaire’s Row, homes of the Rich and Famous, spectacular Mega Yachts docked outside these homes and the Bahia Mar Marina, Las Olas Isles, Hyatt Pier 66 and the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Grande. Also, you can cruise by the ever-changing gallery of the worlds largest cruise ships in the world near Port of Everglades. From there the Atlantic Ocean is just a short ride away. A trip on the New River is a must. The skyline of the city will take your breath away. The photo opportunities are endless!
Calm, Clear, Clean Water with a sandy bottom… At the Haulover Sandbar boaters come by the droves … hundreds on a weekend. There is no shortage of music and groups of folks having fun frolicking in the clear water. The sandbar has a sand shoal that surfaces during low tide. The sand rises up out of the water exposing beautiful clean sand for all to enjoy … as if it were your own island oasis right in the middle of the ocean water. Truth-be-told, the sandbar is not in the ocean, but in the bay; in shallow water by the ocean inlet named Bakers Haulover Inlet. You will find all different sorts of folks hanging out partying at the sandbar.
Enjoy the sea breeze and sunshine while taking in the Biscayne Bay. Millionaire’s Row and Star Island is a must see! Many of the waterfront homes are the current or former residents of some of the world’s most famous and affluent actors, socialites, businessmen and artists throughout the century. It’s the amazing water views that truly do the talking, with spectacular shots of Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, Star Island, mansions, cruise ships, and the famous Miami skyline. Let us plan you a fun filled sightseeing day while riding our fast and comfortable Jet Skis