Intracoastal Waterway Meets Ft Lauderdale

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The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) runs 1,095 miles from Norfolk, Virginia, to Miami, Florida and includes 380 miles along the entire eastern coastline of the Sunshine State! The trip through Fort Lauderdale is one of the most vibrant of the trip, and living along the ICW is watching all the different types of boats and people that pass by – and stop in to partake in the local area. The trip itself winds through the elegant Palm Beaches and Boca Raton before getting to Fort Lauderdale, and then continues to the neon and art deco of Miami and out it empties the ocean

The large condominium buildings will often make cruising feel more like walking in Manhattan, but it’s an experience few boaters will ever forget…

The Intracoastal Waterway winds all the way into Downtown Fort Lauderdale, making it one of the most desirable views in the city. Live near the waterway! Ft. Lauderdale has many options, with some especially good ones right near the beach. Check out:

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