I visited in mid-October 2017, so this is shortly after the hurricane, but life was back to normal, no signs of it. The beach is fine. Some store fronts are closed/empty. I have mixed feelings about this place, not sure I like it or not.
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Two couples enjoyed a boat tour of the Intracoastal waterway. We saw gorgeous homes many of which have great histories. We had comfortable seat fboth inside and outside. Even though we have lived here for years, we learned more about this beautiful waterway. Our out...More
The Intracoastal Waterway is an integral part of Ft. Lauderdale's culture. It is the site of lovely scenes, handsome homes, some seriously big boats and cheery restaurants. The gentle swish of the water makes for a pleasant boat ride on the water taxis that ply...More
Been using the water taxi on the intercoastal for years now and its worth the $25 if you will use it all day for a hop on/hop off purpose. The driver and guides are funny, informative and a lot of fun. You get to see...More
We had a wonderful day boating on the intracoastal waterway. Loved seeing the $million plus homes. Stop and had lunch at a restaurant. Stopped and dropped a anchor on a sand bar and watched million dollar boats go bye.
You really need to take the water taxi for a day long ride through the intracoastal-waterway. We saw so much and it is a narrated. stay on as long as you like or get off on one of the many stops. The homes are stunning...More
Navigating the ICW in Florida is a pain in the butt with bridges that you need to wait for every mile or so. But, once in Fort Lauderdale you may enjoy a wonderful anchorage right in downtown. Surrounded by gorgeous villas with which you share...More
What better way to see Fort Lauderdale than from the water and specifically the Inter-coastal Waterway? Easy access via the various taxi stops Take a water taxi and hop on and off to your hearts content when you see something that you want to explore...More