Boat owners looking to store their vessel now have a new option.
On Friday, Hallandale Beach welcomed its new $1.2 million, 30-slip marina at 101 Three Islands Blvd.
The public marina, which was paid for by the city, the Broward Boating Improvement Program and the Florida Inland Navigational District, offers 26 slips for annual rental, three for daily use and one for the Hallandale Beach Police Marine Unit.
Located midway between the Haulover Inlet and the inlet at Port Everglades, the marina is the southern-most public dockage in Broward County.
The cost for docking a boat — the marina can accommodate vessels from 20 feet to 60 feet and a maximum beam of 15 feet — is $15 per foot, per month, on an annual basis and $1.75 per foot, per day for the three transient slips. The fee includes electricity, water and Intranet Wi-Fi. A pump-out facility is available for use at an additional cost.
For more information on the Hallandale Beach City Marina, visit the Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Department page at www.cohb.org, or call 954-457-1653.