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Old 13-09-2021, 08:02   #1
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DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

DOCK for RENT Citrus Isles in Ft Lauderdale FLORIDA, for under 60 ft SAILBOAT.
Quiet no WAKE hurricane safe canal.

Only 4 opening bridges to the ICW and Ocean. Carries up to 7 ft draft.
NO Live-aboards please.
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Old 13-09-2021, 08:26   #2
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Old 13-09-2021, 08:42   #3
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$500 per month
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Old 13-09-2021, 09:51   #4
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Grab it now if you need it. Ft.Lauderdale boat show is around the corner and a spot there at that address at $500 won't last long.
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Old 13-09-2021, 14:07   #5
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Are you looking for an annual rental or semi annual or?
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Old 13-09-2021, 14:11   #6
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Hi Enyar

We work on a three month minimum and require first and last month up front.

We also ask payment each month in advance and one month prior notice when you decide to leave so we can re-let it.

Since some unhappy experiences, we only accept Sailboats that dont have a high electrical power demands while docked ( i.e. no A/C left running).

If that works for you you will enjoy this spot. Its dead-ended so there is no wake or traffic.
During hurricanes you are encouraged to tie your vessel to both banks and clear of docks. All traffic stops as Hurricanes approach.

Let me know if you need any further info.
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Old 13-09-2021, 15:14   #7
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Hi Enyar

We work on a three month minimum and require first and last month up front.

We also ask payment each month in advance and one month prior notice when you decide to leave so we can re-let it.

Since some unhappy experiences, we only accept Sailboats that dont have a high electrical power demands while docked ( i.e. no A/C left running).

If that works for you you will enjoy this spot. Its dead-ended so there is no wake or traffic.
During hurricanes you are encouraged to tie your vessel to both banks and clear of docks. All traffic stops as Hurricanes approach.

Let me know if you need any further info.
Can you PM your email? I would be interested for my migration during summers.
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Old 13-09-2021, 16:55   #8
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

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Old 13-09-2021, 18:30   #9
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Not to rain on the parade, but be aware that it is a long trip from Citrus Isles to Port Everglades and out to the Atlantic. Depending on traffic, it could take you as long as two hours in a sailboat.



Those four opening bridges are on the New River, which is narrow and congested with a strong current. It's no fun at all waiting for a bridge to open in those conditions.


I used to live in Fort Lauderdale when the river was far less congested. It was still a haul to get out to the ocean.


Now you have the megayachts going back and forth to the big boatyards up the river, the Jungle Queen tour boat, small powerboats zipping all around and large docked yachts making the channel even smaller.


The current can run several knots -- I forget exactly how many -- and the bend east of downtown can be harrowing to navigate.



A couple of years ago, we stopped back to see friends and stayed at the city docks downtown. Never again. Try holding your sailboat in a queue of 10 or 15 boats with a current while waiting for a downtown bridge to open.


This would be a good place to store your sailboat. But, if you're actually using it, not so much. Sorry, but that's the truth.
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Beam?
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Not to rain on the parade, but be aware that it is a long trip from Citrus Isles to Port Everglades and out to the Atlantic. Depending on traffic, it could take you as long as two hours in a sailboat.



Those four opening bridges are on the New River, which is narrow and congested with a strong current. It's no fun at all waiting for a bridge to open in those conditions.


I used to live in Fort Lauderdale when the river was far less congested. It was still a haul to get out to the ocean.


Now you have the megayachts going back and forth to the big boatyards up the river, the Jungle Queen tour boat, small powerboats zipping all around and large docked yachts making the channel even smaller.


The current can run several knots -- I forget exactly how many -- and the bend east of downtown can be harrowing to navigate.



A couple of years ago, we stopped back to see friends and stayed at the city docks downtown. Never again. Try holding your sailboat in a queue of 10 or 15 boats with a current while waiting for a downtown bridge to open.


This would be a good place to store your sailboat. But, if you're actually using it, not so much. Sorry, but that's the truth.
This can be true for some; however, if you monitor your radio for traffic and if you are accustomed to maneuvering in a current, there's no particular difficulty with the New River. As for the time to the inlet; that is true and there is no sailing space in Lauderdale inside the inlet.
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Old 14-09-2021, 10:57   #12
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Thanks for query. Cats are generally a problem for their beam. What is the beam you have?

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Old 15-09-2021, 05:36   #13
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Re: DOCK for RENT Ft Lauderdale Citrus Isles

Is your dock still available?
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