The newly developed megayacht-only marina One Island Park, in Miami Beach, has new management. It’s now in the portfolio of IGY Marinas. This makes it the company’s first location in Florida.
Situated on Terminal Island, the marina boasts views of the downtown Miami skyline. It’s on private property, too, plus adjacent to a Coast Guard station. These lend a level of security for the owners that One Island Park is meant to attract. IGY Marinas says the side-to dockage can handle the world’s largest megayachts, upwards of 700 feet. Another attractive item is that the marina is exempt from Captain of the Port zone regulations. In brief, these regulations govern the movement of all vessels in a particular port. The exemptions means megayachts can arrive and depart at their leisure.
The name One Island Park may be familiar. If so, it’s because back in October, the marine-services agency BWA Yachting announced it was developing dockage there. BWA Yachting was managing the marina, too. BWA Yachting further established an office on site, to offer services like customs and immigration clearance, plus provisioning. Even with the change of management, the marine-services agency is remaining at the marina. In fact, BWA Yachting is serving as the exclusive agency providing concierge services and other support for yachts visiting One Island Park.
Both sailing superyachts and motoryachts can dock at the marina, which IGY Marinas is branding One Island Park – Miami Beach. The minimum water depth is about 40 feet. Despite the rendering above (which BWA Yachting provided last fall), the marina is fully operational and has been welcoming yachts. In the coming months, it will host special events, some related to Miami happenings. Notably, Art Basel Miami is in the area. In addition, IGY Marinas will have One Island Park participate in its community-outreach program Inspire Giving Through You.