Dock at Your Doorstep

Living at a marina – and Fort Lauderdale’s most celebrated superyacht marina at that – is a dream come true for boaters and for anyone who loves the waterfront and its promise of adventure and discovery.

Pier Sixty-Six Marina is a favorite with elite yacht owners, who appreciate the personalized hospitality and the deepwater slips – some up to 400 feet, for true megayachts. There’s a special camaraderie here, and many of our boaters know each other from the world of entertainment, art, sports, and business, or from meeting at other top marinas in New England, the Caribbean, Europe and beyond.

Secure a Five-Star ‘Pied-à-Marina’

Many yacht owners are now planning to acquire one of the limited-edition waterfront residences at Pier Sixty-Six, to ensure the best of both worlds: a spectacular marina property in the yachting capital of the world – with their own yacht in the backyard. 

A marina residence (2-4 bedrooms and sensational penthouses) gives your entourage more flexibility – onshore and off. Welcome more family and friends, and allow some to linger in this 32-acre haven, while others cruise to the Caribbean, or fly to LA or Europe for business (Fort Lauderdale International Airport is just moments away, as is the Executive Airport for private flights).

The Ultimate Marina Lifestyle

“The marina is an especially coveted harbor during South Florida’s most high-profile events,” says Megan Lagasse, Marine Director at Pier Sixty-Six. “We roll out the red carpet for our yacht owners every day, but the VIP events are truly unrivalled, from the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to the F1 Miami Grand Prix and Art Basel.”

In 2024, residents will move into their marina-front residences and begin to enjoy the Pier Sixty-Six perks 24/7/365, with the breathtaking new resort, 12 exciting dining and lounge concepts, glittering swimming pools, and exclusive waterfront shops. The fun will carry on into the night, with sunset cocktails in the Pier Top lounge, the iconic rooftop gathering place for generations of Floridians, with views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway.

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates on our exclusive events and celebrations during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (October 25-29th), the world’s largest in-water boat show. Tickets are on sale now, and as Pier Sixty-Six is one of the official venues for the boat show, it’s wise to reserve your slip early.