Sailing along the Intercoastal Waterway in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area provides a fantastic, enjoyable, close-up view of the most exclusive 제주감성민박 homes in the world owned by billionaires, rock stars, and Hollywood’s elite.

And besides seeing how the rich and famous live being aboard a luxury yacht sailing along the beautiful, sunny Florida coast, for any reason, is a great way to spend a day.

Visitors can get within a few feet of most of these select private mansions along Florida’s Intercoastal Waterway by riding in leisure from Deerfield to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, aboard Aqua a small private 50-foot yacht. In fact, they get close enough to practically reach out and touch the docks or celebrity yachts.

As someone who spends a lot of time in my yacht on the Intercoastal Waterway I know first-hand how much tourists enjoy getting close-up views of how the famous live and play. Tourists also enjoy getting a close-up view of hundreds of million dollar luxury yachts owned by movie stars, rappers, and corporate executives. You won’t believe how stately and expansive these mansions are until you seen them.

What I recommend for tourists wanting to enjoy this unique experience is that they charter a smaller yacht, say a 50-ft boat, which will have the maneuverability to get very close to share without taking any risks.

For safety, hire a private luxury yacht operated by a U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Captain for prime-time views of Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Broward County, and Hollywood, Fla. Most of these luxury yachts in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area can be booked for private parties, marriage proposals, corporate events, client entertainment, surprise birthdays, photo shoots, dinners for two, proms and tour charters.

Anyone in the Fort Lauderdale area will want to make arrangements to take a trip along the Intercoastal Waterway. Those who do will get a close-up view of the elaborate celebrity mansions along Millionaires Row, and a bird’s eye view of fabulous massive yachts docked outside these homes and at marinas. These yachts are like floating, self-contained, fully-functioning mini-cities. They’ll blow your mind!

And when you are not sailing on the Intercoastal Waterway be sure to spend some time under the sun at Greater Fort Lauderdale’s 23 miles of sandy beaches. And a special treat for beach bums during the prime season is the arrival of the sea turtle nesting season.

From May through October these ancient mariners return to their home beaches to lay eggs. This is a terrific sight to take in while enjoying the water and sun. Among the popular beaches in the area are Deerfield, Hillsboro, Pompano, Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Dania, Hollywood, Hallandale.

The Greater Fort Lauderdale area has become known as the “Venice of America” because of its more than 300 miles of navigable waterways and because it boasts an average air temperature of 77 degrees. That’s another reason why Hollywood’s most elite escape to the Greater Fort Lauderdale area for fun and relaxation.

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