This sunshine-filled beachfront corner penthouse at Club Tower One at Ocean Club Key Biscayne features sweeping views of the beach, ocean, bay, South Beach, Downtown, Coconut Grove & Coral Gables.
We all know Moses is responsible for the 10 Commandments, but if he was a boater, he would have had to make one more trip up the mountain for the following words of wisdom.
A rigorous palette and a fresh mixture of tailored pieces combine to yield the season’s chic approach.
Who said yachting dress code has to be limited and unvaried? Come sail away and enjoy the Miami sunlight with key looks that meet the city’s sophistication and character.
As Architect and Furniture Designer for El Dorado, Tere Mattos is willing to do whatever it takes to make sure the beautiful homes of Miami look their very best.
Miami retains its title as is the winter destination for all things boating and yachting with over $4 billion in new and brokerage vessels, marine accessories, glamorous clothing, art, food and music coming to town Feb 16-20. For its second year, over at the Miami Marine Stadium is the world-famous Miami International Boat Show (MIBS) with its Strictly Sail component at Downtown’s Miamarina at Bayfront Park. Collins Avenue is home to Yachts Miami Beach, a completely separate show; and Watson Island hosts the invitation-only Superyacht Miami.
For elites and Gilligans alike, we’ve collated a hopefully helpful A-Z of everything nautically necessary for a successful ship-bound lifestyle at sea.
As President of the Monica Burguera Foundation, Nicolas Estrella, Jr., is committed to raising public consciousness about boating safety with the goal of decreasing accidents on the water.
The brainchild of master Miami architect Max Strang, The Fairchild Coconut Grove’s upcoming exteriors will add an elegant and understated ambience to an already alluring area.
Now that you’ve found your dream boat, you need to insure it. Don’t simply go with the broker’s recommendation; do your homework by contacting a number of insurance agents.
The Shake-A-Leg Miami sailboats are a happy sight on the waters off Coconut Grove with their physically, developmentally and economically challenged children and adults at the helm.
From age-defying lasers to high-tech pulsating toothbrushes for brighter smiles — you can now have the same beauty treatments as the stars at home.
In celebration of American Heart Month, Mercy Hospital is focusing on the devastating effects heart disease has on women and the steps needed to prevent it.
The past year has seen an explosion of wellness and healthy lifestyle boutiques in Coconut Grove. Below is just a small selection of the many health-focused shops recently opened.
Coffeetable books are more than just books. The best ones are considered art, décor, and collectible. Check out a few bringing the glamour of yachting into your home, office or, better yet, your yacht salon.
An attorney by trade, Marlene Quintana dedicates a portion of her time to giving back to the community as she takes the helm of Miami Bridge.
This Valentine’s Day, why not make a lasting relationship with someone who needs it the most? Collected below are some eligible suitors from nearby shelters who could really use a companion.
For 60+ years, The Admiral’s Cup was the ultimate challenge for the world’s best ocean racing teams, each entering 3 yachts. More than simply a sponsor, in 1991, Corum’s yachts, Saphir, Rubis and Diamant won the event.
Always eager to awash Miami in well-choreographed culture, Miami City Ballet premieres another fantastical show this February.
Forever entranced with the natural beauty of our bays and deep spaces, Photographer Jose Debasa gives us an intimate look at what’s going on just under the water’s surface.
A trendsetter and fashionista of the highest caliber, Irene Zingg has been gracing our fair city with her top-notch jewelry design for more than 30 years.
While the International SeaKeepers Society functions globally, they are making a significant impact locally with projects such as hydrophone installments in Miami, shark tagging off South Florida and much more.
I’ve always enjoyed long walks on the beach (I’m talking from Miami Beach to Hallandale!), eating seafood and swimming in the ocean.
Add a little extra flavor to your next Piña Colada with a few secret ingredients sure to highlight the drink’s natural flavor profile and have you drinking to your heart’s delight.
Spotlighting news, launches, announcements, happenings, products & places in and around South Florida.
Every vessel in this collection would make an excellent choice as a tender to a superyacht, providing transportation to and from shore, taking guests fishing, diving or on cruises to explore local waters where the main yacht can't go. Each would also be a great choice as a primary boat. Text by Bill Lindsey
Thomas Chipman began playing golf with his father when he was 5 years old. At 11, he started playing competitively, and by age 15 he was a scratch golfer and knew he wanted to be a pro.
In honor of the Miami International Boat Show, we’ve collected some of our top picks for necessary accessories and décor for any seaworthy vessel ready to set sail.
This year’s Winter Fest at The Village Green was one to remember for all the families in attendance.
Key Biscayne’s favorite toy store, Toy Town, held their annual Christmas party at The Square, complete with a special visit from Santa himself!
The students of Pilates Zone gave guests the performance of a lifetime with a special Once Upon A Dream aerial skills showcase.
Park Lane Residential held a cocktail party to celebrate the holidays at The Key Biscayne Yacht Club.
The Lions Club held their annual holiday party celebration at The Key Biscayne Yacht Club.
Park Lane Residential held an Open House & Holiday Bazaar to benefit La Casita Foundation, with the mission to educate women by nourishing the body and soul.
White Dot Gallery hosted the Patricia Field Art & Fashion exhibition, showcasing wearable art by different New York Artist.
Sazingg held their annual fundraiser for Pan y Amor in Nicaragua.