Marina Bay’s History
In the 1970’s – 80’s, Marina Bay was the playground of the rich and famous with Alfred Bloomingdale and Bill McComas heading a private club with a roster of 6,000 names including such famous members as Bob Hope, Ronald Reagan, Burt Reynolds, Paul Newman, Kenny Rogers, Evel Knievel to name a few. With a 10,000 square foot restaurant called the New River Storehouse, 40 exotic floating houseboat hotel rooms docked at the edge of Marina Bay’s famous 200 slip marina. Marina Bay personified the glamorous, luxurious South Florida lifestyle. In addition to being a favorite haunt of celebrities, Marina Bay was home to the Surfside 6 floating houseboats that were seen on the TV series Flipper. Houseboats that were built on the Marina Bay site and looked out over the hour-long wait at the restaurant, a wait that occurred every night of the week. Over time, the houseboats were removed and the property changed into the luxury marina it is today.
Marina Bay Present Day
Today, the Marina at Marina Bay is still regarded as one of the finest
- The Famous Rendezvous Waterfront Bar & Grill
- Deep water
- Floating Docks
- Location (close to the working boatyards and airport)
- Free WiFi throughout
- Competitive pricing
- Gated community
- Free Amenities for all our guests
- Friendly staff
Our 168-slip Marina offers overnight, seasonal and annual slip rental. It is complete with charter boat services, fuel delivery, yacht management, yacht services, and brokers to assist in the sale of your vessel or purchase of a new one. Also, on our property is a full-service boat yard with haul-out capabilities.
2525 Marina Bay Drive West
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312