Port Everglades, United States

Port Everglades 80°10'7" W 26°4'49" N

Miles of beautiful beaches and canals make Fort Lauderdale a natural destination for clients who love water-based activities such as boating and yachting, deep sea fishing, diving and jet skiing. If you want to experience this lively environment on your next vacation, use DYT boat delivery service to get your vessel here safely. Much of Fort Lauderdale’s charm revolves around the waterfront. It is the site of unique outdoor cafes, boutiques and multiple forms of entertainment. However, Fort Lauderdale's allure goes beyond its city sophistication. The beautiful Everglades – a river of grass that is home to a variety of wildlife – comprise the western part of the region.

Include this national treasure in your vacation plans. DYT Yacht Transport offers convenient and reliable yacht delivery services to Port Everglades and beyond. This beautiful, rugged and subtropical landscape is greatly appreciated by those who visit it. It is home to an amazing amount of wildlife and its natural beauty is unmatched.

We pride ourselves on offering convenient and hassle-free boat delivery service to beautiful locations all over the world. Our yacht delivery services to Port Everglades has proven to be especially popular among our customers, and we look forward to helping you plan your next vacation to this exciting locale.

Popular Things to do in Port Everglades

General Information United States

Area: 9,809,155 sq km (3,787,319 sq miles).
Population: 281,421,906 (2000).
Population density: 28.7 per sq km.
Capital: Washington, DC.
Population capital: 572,059 (2000).
Twenty other cities have a population larger than that of Washington, DC. New York is the largest city, with a population of over eight million. Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, Dallas and San Antonio had populations of over one million in 2000.
Language: English, with significant Spanish-speaking minorities.
Religion: Protestant with Roman Catholic, Jewish and many ethnic minorities.
In large cities, people of the same ethnic background often live within defined communities.
Time: The USA is divided into six time zones:
Eastern Standard Time: GMT - 5 (GMT - 4 from first Sunday in April to last Sunday in October).
Central Standard Time: GMT - 6 (GMT - 5 from first Sunday in April to last Sunday in October).
Mountain Standard Time: GMT - 7 (GMT - 6 from first Sunday in April to last Sunday in October).
Pacific Standard Time: GMT - 8 (GMT - 7 from first Sunday in April to last Sunday in October).
Alaska: GMT - 9 (GMT - 8 from first Sunday in April to last Sunday in October).
Hawaii: GMT - 10.
Note: When calculating travel times, bear in mind the adoption of Daylight Saving Time (DST) by most States in summer. From the first Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October, clocks are put forward one hour, changing at 0200 hours local time. Regions not observing DST include most of Indiana, all of Arizona and Hawaii.
Electricity: 110/120 volts AC, 60Hz. Plugs are of the flat two-pin type (grounded three-pin plugs are also widely used). European electrical appliances not fitted with dual-voltage capabilities will require a plug adaptor, which is best purchased before arrival in the USA.
Currency: US Dollar (US$) = 100 cents.
Country Code: + 1 ~
IDD Access Code: 011 ~

Weather

Winter is the prime season in southern Florida, where temperatures ordinarily range 71-77 F/22-25 C during the day and 50-60 F/10-16 C at night. Occasional cold snaps can occur as far south as Miami: Some winter mornings in the southern part of the state may see near-freezing temperatures, but by midday the warmth returns. In the northern quarter of the state, however, it can be downright cold for days at a time, with temperatures dipping below freezing at night. The sun is intense at these latitudes, even in winter, so don't spoil your visit by getting too much.
With all the water in the region, the state has high humidity, which gets higher and more uncomfortable in summer. If you're traveling to Florida during your summer vacation, you'll find that the heat and humidity are tempered by sea breezes along the coast or by afternoon/early-evening thunderstorms. Rainfall can be intense but is usually brief. Nonetheless, those who aren't used to it may find 90 F/32 C and 70%-90% humidity a strain.

Marinas

BAHIA MAR YACHTING CENTER
801 Seabreeze Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
USA
Tel. : + 1 954 764 2233
Fax : + 1 954 627 6356
E-mail: marina@bahiamar.net
Internet: www.bahiamar.net

HALL OF FAME MARINA
435 Seabreeze Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
USA
Tel. : + 1 954 764 3975
Fax : + 1 954 779 3658
E-mail: hfmarina@bellsouth.net
Internet: halloffamemarina.net

LAUDERDALE MARINE CENTER
2001 SW 20th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315
USA
Tel. : + 1 954 527 0040
Fax : + 1 954 527 4960
E-mail: lmarinecen@aol.com

MARINA BAY YACHTING CENTER
2175 State Road 84
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
USA
Tel.: + 1 954 791 7600
Fax: + 1 954 581 3909
E-mail: fldockmstr@aol.com

HYATT REGENCY PIER 66 RESORT & MARINA
2301 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
USA
Tel.: + 1 954 728 3578
Fax: + 1 954 728 3588
E-mail: pier66marina@aol.com
Internet: www.pier66.hyatt.com

SUNRISE HARBOR MEGAYACHT MARINA
1030 Seminole Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
USA
Tel. : + 1 954 667 6720
Fax : + 1 954 667 6730
E-mail: sunriseharbor@zomusa.com
Internet: www.sunriseharbor.net

HARBOR ISLANDS
Tel.: + 1 954 457 8557
Internet: www.harborislandsmarina.com

MARRIOTT PORTSIDE MARINA
Tel.: + 1 954 527 6731
Internet: www.marriott.com

MARINALIFE.COM, online marina reservations
Internet: www.marinalife.com

Airport

Most visitors arrive by air, and heavy competition on popular routes means that inexpensive flights are often available. The main international airports are in Boston, New York, Washington, Miami, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Atlanta, Denver, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. There are connecting flights from these airports to hundreds of other US cities.
There are plenty of efficient overland border crossings between the US and Canada and Mexico.

Basic contact information for airports to get in Port Everglades:

USA
Country Code: + 1 ~
IDD Access Code: 011 ~
Time Zone: GMT - 5/10

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA)
Miami Airport, FL, United States, PO Box 592075, Miami FL 33159
Tel.: + 1 (305) 876-7000, (305) 876-7862, (Cargo) + 1 (305) 876-0173
Fax: (Cargo) + 1 (305) 876-0562, + 1 (305) 876-7398
E-mail: cargo@miami-airport.com
Internet: www.miami-airport.com

Additional Information

INBOUND CHECKLIST:

DYT Contact:
DYT Yacht Transport USA
1535 SE 17th Street, Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 USA
Tel: +1 954-525-8707
Fax: +1 954-525-8711
dyt.usa@dockwise-yt.com

Meeting Point:
Port Everglades - At the carrier, berth number will be advised.
http://www.porteverglades.net/includes/media/docs/Port-Map-2009.pdf

Customs Agent:
Anthony Motta
Masterpiece International
2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 280D
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Tel. +1 561 345 3955
Fax: +1 561 345 3924
dyt@masterpieceintl.com

IMPORTANT:
Make sure you contact our customs agent for proper protocol on customs guidelines, required paperwork and port access. Please be advised that independent customs fees may apply.

ATTENTION RIDERS:
US Ports - Final destination or in transit: Non-US or non-Canadian riders must have a US Visa B1 - B2 (B-I-II).
NO OTHER VISAS ARE ACCEPTED.

OUTBOUND CHECKLIST:

DYT Contact:
DYT Yacht Transport USA
1535 SE 17th Street, Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 USA
Tel: +1 954-525-8707
Fax: +1 954-525-8711
dyt.usa@yacht-transport.com

Meeting Point:
Port Everglades - At the carrier, berth number will be advised.
http://www.porteverglades.net/includes/media/docs/Port-Map-2009.pdf

Customs Agent:
Anthony Motta
Masterpiece International
2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 280D
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Tel. +1 561 345 3955
Fax: +1 561 345 3924
dyt@masterpieceintl.com

IMPORTANT:
Make sure you contact our customs agent for proper protocol on customs guidelines, required paperwork and port access. Please be advised that independent customs fees may apply.

Loading Onboard DYT Carrier:
Notify our Loading Master upon your arrival on Channel 17 and wait for instructions.

Once loaded, check in with DYT Rep and bring:

  • Original yacht registry
  • Keys of the yacht clearly marked
  • If approved, bring riders with prospective passports

ATTENTION RIDERS:
US Ports - Final destination or in transit: Non-US or non-Canadian riders must have a US Visa B1 - B2 (B-I-II). NO OTHER VISAS ARE ACCEPTED.