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Yachts For Sale In West Palm Beach

Business magnate and railroad tycoon, Henry Flagler, saw an opportunity to create a tropical escape for wealthy northerners via his Florida East Coast Railway, and built two opulent hotels on the barrier island of Palm Beach in the mid-1890s. The Royal Poinciana Hotel no longer exists, but the Palm Beach Inn, located closer to the beach, was renamed The Breakers in 1901 and is as synonymous of the Palm Beach luxurious lifestyle today, as it was back in the “Gilded Age.” Nearby is the Worth Avenue upscale shopping and dining 4-block area of quaint bougainvillea covered buildings, known as the Rodeo Drive of Florida. West Palm Beach has truly become a mecca for yachts in South Florida.

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YACHTS LOCATED IN West Palm Beach Florida

photo of 238' Turquoise 2012

QUANTUM OF SOLACE

238' Turquoise 2012

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 203' Benetti 2010

AQUARIUM

203' Benetti 2010

Miami, Florida, United States

photo of 195' Benetti 2009

ANDIAMO

195' Benetti 2009

Miami, Florida, United States

photo of 185' Delta Marine Custom 2001

MY SEANNA

185' Delta Marine Custom 2001

Florida, United States

photo of 182' Proteksan 2011

TURQUOISE

182' Proteksan 2011

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 181' Benetti 55m 2003

LADY MICHELLE

181' Benetti 55m 2003

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 174' Oceanfast Custom Superyacht 2004

MIZU

174' Oceanfast Custom Superyacht 2004

Miami Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Oceanfast 1989

SHE'S A 10

164' Oceanfast 1989

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 162' Christensen Motor Yacht 2011

Remember When

162' Christensen Motor Yacht 2011

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Oceanfast 1998

THUNDER

164' Oceanfast 1998

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 164' Trinity Yachts 164 Tri-deck Motor Yacht 2008

Amarula Sun

164' Trinity Yachts 164 Tri-deck Motor Yacht 2008

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 157' Oceanfast 2010

BIG SKY

157' Oceanfast 2010

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 157' Trinity Yachts Tri-Deck MY 2006

NEVER ENOUGH

157' Trinity Yachts Tri-Deck MY 2006

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 156' Delta Marine 2011

ROCHADE

156' Delta Marine 2011

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

photo of 153' Feadship Fast 2001

EXCELLENCE

153' Feadship Fast 2001

Palm Beach, Florida, United States

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South of Worth Avenue is the ultra-exclusive social club, the Everglades Club that was originally intended as a Convalescent Club for WWI wounded in 1918. The war ended within a few months of completion and it became a private club. The Palm Beach Docks are located just north of the Club’s golf course and is the only public marina on Palm Beach Island. Since the 1940s, the Town Docks have provided slips for sail and power yachts up to 260’. It is currently closed for a $34million renovation and will be able to accommodate larger superyachts when it reopens in October 2021.

Across the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway (AICW) from the island via the Flagler Memorial Bridge (A1A), Flagler Drive runs along the western shore in West Palm Beach. Just south of the bridge, on the Lake Worth Lagoon, is the site of the Palm Beach International Boat Show, described as “one of the top 5 boat shows in country with more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the leading marine manufacturers.” The PBIBS is typically held annually in March. Check the website for updates on 2021 schedule. The Boat Show site is about 4-5 blocks northeast of City Place, an urban center of shopping, dining and entertainment that spans from Fern St on the north to Okeechobee Blvd on the south and South Quadrille Blvd on the east to N. Sapodilla Ave on the west.

Some top-notch marinas are located on Flagler Drive, such as the world class Palm Beach Yacht Club, founded in 1890. The marina can accommodate yachts, sportfish and sailing vessels up to 150’ on a first-come, first-served basis. Annual dockage contracts are available. Palm Harbor Marina located in a prime downtown spot on Flagler Drive near City Place, is south of Flagler Bridge and minutes to the Palm Beach Inlet. It has 200 slips for vessels 50-200’ in length. Rybovich Marina is a luxurious resort style superyacht marina with 85 wet slips for yachts up to 300’ and unobstructed deep-water access to the Atlantic Ocean.
North Palm Beach Marina is a 5-star rated designated Safe Harbor with 107 slips for vessels 45-150’ and is open to the public 7 days a week. It offers the complimentary use of the North Palm Beach Country Club with pool, tennis and 18-hole Jack Nicklaus golf course. No bridges and easy ocean access. Lake Park Harbor Marina is dog-friendly and a designated Clean Marina with overnight trailer parking for boaters making roundtrip ocean crossings to the Bahamas (60 nautical miles to West End). The marina has 112 slips. Check dockwa.com website for specific marina information.

Some day-use boat slips in Palm Beach County Parks are: Burt Reynolds Park, DuBois Park and Fullerton Island, all located in Jupiter; Juno Park (Juno Beach); Ocean Inlet Park (Ocean Ridge); Okeeheelee Park (west of WPB); Peanut Island (Riviera Beach); Phil Foster Park (Riviera Beach); and Stub Canal (WPB). Check with the Palm Beach County Parks Dept. for further details.

A most popular boaters’ destination is the 79-acre Peanut Island Park located at the mouth of the Lake Worth Inlet and the “heart” of the Lake Worth Lagoon. This island was created in 1918 from dredging projects the created the Lake Worth Inlet and the Port of Palm Beach. Peanut Island features beautiful clear waters for fishing (from the island’s pier), and beaches for sunbathing and swimming. There’s a 17-acre tent campground (reservations only) and beach camping on a first-come, first-served basis. Docking is available during the day also on a first-come, first-served basis. The island also features public picnic areas and pavilions and a paver pathway around the island’s perimeter. Check the Palm Beach County Parks Dept. for further details.

Another popular spot for local boaters, is the Loxahatchee River Sandbar in the Jupiter-Tequesta area. It is long enough to accommodate “hundreds” of people—an indication of how crowded it can get on nice weekends! Locals refer to it as the Jupiter Sandbar or Coney Island! Boats tend to show up about 3 hours before low tide, when it is covered by 1-2 feet of water before the sandbar is exposed to get a spot. This is not a county or state park, so there are no facilities. The sandbar is a fun place to hang out and party, with great views of the Jupiter Lighthouse, beautiful homes that line the shore and the bridges over the AICW.
With 125 miles of waterways, Palm Beach County is a boater’s delight. Besides the north-south Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway, there’s the Lake Worth Lagoon (part of AICW), the southern point of Lake Okeechobee, navigable canals, inlets to the Atlantic Ocean, and Florida’s only nationally designated wild and scenic river—the Loxahatchee!

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