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Dania Beach marina project has new name


By Dorie Cox

The newest marina in Dania Beach, Florida, has a permanent name, Seahaven Superyacht Marina. The property was known as Dania Megaport and Dania Beach Megaport during planning stages.

The new Loggerhead marina is on the east end of the Dania Cut-off Canal across from MarineMax, and west of Derecktor Shipyard and Harbortowne Marina. It will have 2,400 linear feet of dockage for yachts 100 to 250 feet in length.

Construction is on track, according to Raymond Graziotto, president and COO of Seven Kings Holdings, owner of the Loggerhead marina brand and Seahaven Superyacht Marina.

“Excavation is all but complete, parking and utilities are installed,” Graziotto said by phone. “And the first batch of floating docks and the clubhouse are moving along nicely.

“We wanted to make sure the owners, captains, and crew have everything they need,” Graziotto said of the project in the works since 2015. “The analysis of the power system, for example, has been amazing. It is an interesting project that users will be thrilled with. The dock is 12 feet wide, and it will have wi-fi redundancy and security cameras. And it is protected on all sides, a safe harbor from outside traffic and weather.

The management of Seahaven Superyacht Marina anticipates opening the facility before the end of this year.

For enquiries contact Graziotto at

Dorie Cox is editor of The Triton. Comments are welcome below.

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