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How to Find Us at Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina 300 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139
(Boats are located on the floating dock at Pier E just as you enter the gates for Pier, the floating dock is to your left.)
How to Find Us: (see photos below with arrows)
- Enter Pier/Dock E at Miami Beach Marina
- Just after entrance gate, turn left onto the ramp leading to the floating dock
- Our boat is the first boat on the floating dock, marked by orange parking cones on the dock
We STRONGLY ADVISE you to consider public transportation, taxi or ride-share service instead of parking at the marina. Parking is VERY limited and is managed by the City of Miami Beach Pay to Park program. Space is on a first/come first/serve basis and the public parking is generally full throughout the day.
If you plan to self-park, please schedule to arrive at least 45 minutes before your tour departure to find and pay for parking so as not to risk missing your tour.
Parking requires the use of the PAY BY PHONE APP.
Hours: Daily (Monday – Sunday) – 9:00am – 7:00pm
Telephone: (305) 372-3388
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Ocean Force Adventures
Ocean Force Adventures
Before and After Your Miami Beach Boat Tour
Ocean Force Adventures Miami Beach Boat Tour is your gateway to Miami’s finest waterfront experiences. Our South Beach location places you in the heart of it all. Indulge in world-renowned cuisine at Joe’s Stone Crab, soak up the sun at Monty’s Sunset Raw Bar, or dine with a view at Smith & Wollensky.
After your boat tour with us, explore South Pointe Park Pier, relax on nearby beaches, or take a leisurely stroll along scenic waterfront pathways. Your adventure begins here, steps away from South Beach’s most iconic attractions.
We’ve listed some of the best things to do in Miami Beach after your boat tour below.
Best Things to Do in Miami Beach After Your Boat Tour
All Within Walking Distance of our Miami Beach Boat Tours Dock
Welcome to our South Beach neighborhood, known as South of Fifth, a Miami Beach area that embodies luxury and charm. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and Government Cut, it is the epitome of sophistication. While primarily residential, it offers a wealth of experiences for discerning travelers seeking the essence of Miami’s finest. In this guide, we’ll take you on a journey through the gems of our South Beach neighborhood, from exquisite parks to top-tier dining and upscale accommodations.
South Pointe Park: A Coastal Gem
South Pointe Park, the crown jewel of our South Beach neighborhood, isn’t just a local attraction; it’s a Miami icon. Spanning 17 acres along the oceanfront, it offers picturesque seaside promenades with panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Fisher Island. The park is ideal for a leisurely stroll, and kids can revel in playgrounds and splash parks. If you’re hungry, Smith & Wollensky, nestled in the heart of the park, serves world-class surf & turf with a side of breathtaking ocean vistas. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate South Pointe Park Pier, extending 450 feet into the Atlantic waters.
South Pointe Beach: A Tranquil Oasis
For a refreshing dip in the Atlantic Ocean, make your way to South Pointe Beach. It’s a serene alternative to the bustling shores of South Beach. You can also rent surfboards, kayaks, or paddleboards for an aquatic adventure. If relaxation is your goal, unwind under an umbrella, capture photos of the vibrant lifeguard towers, and embrace the serene atmosphere.
Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU: Immerse Yourself in History & Culture
Delve into the rich history of Florida and Latin America’s Jewish communities at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. Housed in a former synagogue on Washington Avenue, this museum showcases over 250 years of Jewish heritage. The permanent collection, “MOSAIC: Jewish Life in Florida, 1763-Present,” is a captivating journey through time. Be sure to explore their official website for admission details.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Ocean Beach Park: A Family-Friendly Haven
Escape the hustle and bustle of our South Beach neighborhood at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Ocean Beach Park. Nestled along Miami Beach’s iconic Ocean Drive, this family-friendly park is an ideal spot to relax under the shade of palm trees. Let the kids revel in the shaded playground while you savor the fresh ocean breeze. A short walk will lead you to one of the most peaceful beachfront stretches in South Beach.
Dining in South of Fifth
While exploring our South Beach neighborhood, indulge in the exquisite culinary scene. Here are some top dining options within walking distance of our dock:
Smith & Wollensky Waterfront Restaurant – A local favorite, offering scenic waterfront dining.
Joe’s Stone Crab – An iconic Miami establishment known for its world-renowned crab dishes.
Carbone – A New York transplant known for its Italian-American cuisine and vintage ambiance.
Monty’s Raw Bar – A casual dockside eatery serving up fresh seafood and tropical cocktails.
Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis – A fine dining experience featuring Mediterranean seafood.
South Pointe Tavern – A stylish spot for craft cocktails and contemporary American fare.
Prime Italian – A gourmet Italian restaurant known for its prime steaks and pasta.
Prime Fish – A seafood haven offering a wide variety of fresh catches.
Prime 112 – A celebrity hangout known for its upscale steakhouse offerings.
Santorini by Georgios – A Mediterranean gem with stunning ocean views.
Red South Beach – A chic restaurant and lounge serving global cuisine.