Worth Avenue Yachts was established in 2012 at its first location on Palm Beach Island. Situated in The Esplanade at 150 Worth, Worth Avenue Yachts anchors the top of Worth Avenue. Just a few steps from the front doors, can one find the iconic Worth Avenue Clock Tower, which is the signature landmark for the historic shopping district. Several of Worth Avenue’s retailers are the epitome of luxury and style, including Louis Vuitton and Gucci, which are steps away from Worth Avenue Yachts.
Although Worth Avenue is the gem of Palm Beach, South Ocean Boulevard is also well known for many of its famous estate homes along the waterfront on Billionaire’s Row. These elegant homes feature impressive entrances, private beach clubs, immaculate golf courses, convenient intracoastal dockage, and extravagant garden displays. North of Worth Avenue is equally just as wonderful, with several quiet beaches, bike trails, snorkeling reefs and the Palm Beach inlet.
Iconic hotels on Palm Beach include The Breakers, just north of Worth Avenue and The Eau, just south in Manalapan. The Breakers never ceases to impress – from entering the grand driveway, walking down the hallways to several exquisite ballrooms, and then arriving at the edge of the ocean – this resort represents Palm Beach at its finest. The Eau, formerly known as The Ritz Carlton, was redesigned by Jonathan Adler in 2013 and is also located on the beach to ensure enough relaxation in the sun. The award winning Eau Spa is a best selling feature about this resort. From the massive Jacuzzi and saunas, breezy cabana lounges and waterfall garden swings, being pampered with a massage is just the beginning of one’s stay in Palm Beach.
For those with a more active lifestyle, golfing along the ocean is an exciting option at Palm Beach Par 3. Business executives and avid golfers alike who visit Palm Beach frequently may find becoming an annual pass holder beneficial. Bustling nightlife can be found on Palm Beach, as well. After a delicious dinner at one of Palm Beach’s many famous restaurants, one may enjoy time at the popular Buccan lounge and the legendary Ta-boo, or a cabaret show at the Royal Room at The Colony Hotel.
Just over the Palm Beach Island Royal Park bridge is the Palm Harbor Marina on Flagler Drive, the perfect location to dock your yacht and begin exploring all of what Palm Beach Island has to offer on land, just on the other side of the intracoastal.