A WILD DAY ON THE MIAMI RIVER | BOAT ZONE

The Miami River evolved over thousands of years from a tidal channel into a freshwater stream that carried water from the Everglades to Biscayne Bay. It is the oldest natural landmark in Southeast Florida. The 5.5-mile (8.9 km) long river flows from the terminus of the Miami Canal at Miami International Airport to Biscayne Bay. The 15-foot deep navigable waterway’s shoreline features public riverwalks, city parks, over 7,000 new residential units, 17 restaurants, and 16 historic sites.

Take a look at these huge yachts, expensive boats, and very good looking ladies. Miami River has a vibe! Don’t forget to like, share, comment, and subscribe. Also, ring the notification bell to be notified of all my upcoming videos.

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44 Comments

  1. Why do the majority of the boats in these videos not display state license and registration numbers on the hull? Most states require you to register your boat and display a state specific number somewhere on the bow on both sides of the boat. Does FL only require it for boats under a certain length?

  2. It's always amazing to watch these videos and see the people on a very nice boat, on a very nice day, with very nice scenery, STUCK to their phones. Imagine what a conversation would be like with these gals? They are just like the people you see that are texting while a bear is only a few feet away. LOL! Keep up the great work Boat Zone.

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