One Island Park
In Miami, everyone wants a piece of the waterfront. Condos, restaurants and private homes all try to stake claim on the ever-disappearing property by bay (and sea). Luckily, in a water-centric city like Miami, marinas take up a good portion of this prime real estate.
With dockage available in every waterfront neighbourhood, you can decide what amenities you seek, how much privacy you desire and which part of Miami you’d like to be based to explore this exciting city.
1. One Island Park
The brand new One Island Park compound opening in Miami Beach on November 30 is designed solely for superyachts and will be able to accommodate boats measuring up to 60 metres in its deep water berths, which have a minimum depth of 12 metres.
Visitors to One Island Park will enjoy a vast range of VIP concierge services, as well as a high level of exclusivity. The new compound was designed to showcase both the area and the best standards of service, meaning it will become an extremely popular spot for private owners.
The official opening coincides with Art Basel and the complex will play host to a sculpture park and a new BWA Yachting office, while its location means that clients can enjoy the thriving art scene, the beaches and the nightlife of Miami.
Picture courtesy of BWA Yachting