A navigable inland waterway that runs 4,800 km (3,000 mi) along the Gulf and Atlantic coast, Intracoastal Waterway plays host to commercial and recreational vessels. Consider a boat tour--you can find excursions through the canals or swamp areas where ecosystems thrive. The waterway serves as a popular alternate when the seas are too rough for travel and also as a go-between for vessels on major U.S. rivers, like the Mississippi. Arrange your visit to Intracoastal Waterway and discover more family-friendly attractions in Fort Lauderdale using our Fort Lauderdale itinerary maker app.
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Sightseeing, transportation, this is a major transportation for Fort Lauderdale. The Intercoastal waterway winds all around the city with many on and off stops. $28 for adults includes all day hop on.... more »
All along the waterways are amazing mansions, compounds, restaurants and yachts. Many options are available including boat tours, renting a boat or going on your own along the walkways and docks... more »
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