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100 Ft Broward 1999

Raised Pilothouse

Won Buy Land

$2,495,000 USD

WON BUY LAND's custom interior was updated in 2007 with new furnishings, refinished all birdseye maple joinery, new overhead, lighting system, and more.

100 Ft Broward 1987

Updated Pilot House

Center Ring

$1,050,000 USD

When you enter the full beam salon you will see the impressive size and romantic flair of this freshly decorated and updated interior of Center Ring she is spacious and open with natural light.The floors are done in Brazilian with Sedona Onyx inlays, White Italian leather sofa. 60" Samsung TV 7100 series 3D, HD, Forward is an ondeck powder room. Forward of the pilot House is the huge country Kitchen totally redone with custom counter tops and all stainless appliances.Forward is twin berth for crews quarters with head and shower, aft is a large stateroom with a full size bed, aft is engine room access with washer and dryer.The engine room is amazing with spotless chrome accessories .A work bench and tool box lots of spare parts. Two Generators port and starboard one is a 35 KW Kilopack this one runs the hydraulic Bow thruster. The other Generator is a 32 KW John Deere both have sound shields .UV purifiers added to A/C ductwork and fresh water system. The watermaker has been serviced.ZF Mycro comander controls upper and lower.

78 Ft Broward 1984

Motor Yacht


$299,000 USD

A lot of boat for little money "Cattitudes" is an opportunity for somebody with a decorator’s eye. Very serviceable and usable (as the current owner’s live aboard) but a re-fit and decorating would not be wasted.


Marine industry consultant James E. Bronstien, a former owner of the Rybovich Spencer Marina in West Palm Beach who worked at Broward Marine last year, said he visited Broward Marine recently, and it had stopped boat production.
“The market was a lot more difficult than they expected,” Bronstien said. “It’s a shame. I was rooting for them.”
Robert Roscioli, CEO of Roscioli Yachting Center in Fort Lauderdale, also said that Broward Marine has shut production of new boats and has a bare-bones staff for only boat service.

South Florida Business Journal – Jun 16, 2008

Mr. D. and the Broward Marine design team developed hull designs that became known and respected for being sea kindly and seaworthy, as well as efficient and beautiful.

In 1999 Broward Marine was sold to Glenn Straub and later to Tom Lewis, and renamed Broward Yachts. Broward Marine is still operational in Dania, Florida and continues to build in aluminum and hire local Floridian tradesmen to build and service megayachts in South Florida.