About Broward Yachts



Broward Yachts has a 60-year history in the marine industry in the United States with years of yacht and ship-building, as well as, refit and repair service. The company has been known by several names over the decades, including Dooley's Basin and Dry Dock, Broward Marine, Broward Yachts, and most recently, Broward Superyachts and Broward Shipyard.


Originally located at Dooley's Basin and Dry Dock Company on the New River in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the company first worked as a military defense contractor for the United States and its allies as a builder of military vessels beginning in 1937. The military construction department closed after the World War II era and that property is home to Lauderdale Marine Center.


Another Broward yard was built on the Kalamazoo River in Michigan in 1977, known as the Saugatuck yard, The property allowed vessel access to Lake Michigan.


New owners took over the yard, then known as Broward Yachts, around 2000. At that time, all work was consolidated, including work at the Saugatuck yard, and services moved to Dania Beach, Florida. This location allows vessels clear navigation access from Port Everglades just south of Fort Lauderdale in Broward County. Most recently the company goes by the name Broward Shipyard and Broward Superyachts.


New vessel construction and yacht refit projects at the yard range from 50 feet (15 meters) to 165 feet (50 meters) in steel and aluminum construction. Broward Yachts specializes in design work, naval architecture, engineering, construction, and commissioning of yachts ranging from 60 feet (18 meters) to 165 feet (50 meters) in length. Recently, Broward worked with nearby canal neighbors at Powell Brothers Barge Terminal and Playboy Marine Center to allow for dock and yard space for refits and repairs for yachts up to 330 feet (100 meters) in length. Dry dockage storage is available for vessels up to 150 tons and those with deeper drafts with more than 15 feet of water depth.


Each Broward Yacht is unique in its design and through the years the company slogan has been “Demand the Finest”.





  • Alisa V (96-foot)
  • Pollo V (105-foot)
  • Entrepreneur (110-foot)
  • Aquisition (126-foot)
  • Coco Bean (154-foot)
  • Lady Frances IV (103-foot)
  • Aquasition (118-foot)
  • Lady Nancy (105-foot)
  • Soulmate (107-foot)
  • London Lady (118-foot)
  • Sigrun
  • Daddy's Girl
  • Entrepreneur (110-foot)
  • Kallista (103-foot)
  • Janet (124-foot)
  • Magnifico II (103-foot)
  • Lady Broward (120-foot)
  • Independence (117-foot)
  • Indiscretion (102-foot)
  • C-Venture (98-foot)
  • Independence (86-foot)
  • Family Affair (113-foot)
  • Cocoa Bean (142-foot)
  • Status Quo (91-foot)
  • Sea Bear II (81-foot)
  • Danielle (115-foot)
  • Strait Jacket (95-foot)
  • Jonathan III
  • The Dorisam
  • The Heather
  • Brownie’s II
  • Britannia (112-foot) 
  • Stormy III
  • My Keely (62-foot)
  • Norsaga IV (63-foot)
  • Ebb Tide (40-foot)
  • Lisa II (75-foot)
  • Plane Eleven (37-foot)
  • Quail (40-foot)
  • Miss Mimi (85-foot)
  • Idle Time (26-foot)
  • Abbracci (111-foot)
  • Careless-Babe (85-foot)
  • Titian (77-foot)
  • Heather IV (102-foot)
  • Uzelle (44-foot)
  • Dorisam (77-foot)
  • Tica (77-foot)
  • Venus (82-foot)
  • Ultimate (82-foot)
  • Valerie (46-foot)
  • Seabiscuit (46-foot)
  • Seajay (45-foot)
  • Evon (87-foot)
  • Cinco W (46-foot)
  • Gayred (60-foot)
  • Lazy Lady (72-foot)
  • Flying Bee (67-foot)
  • Lazy K (67-foot)

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