Hidden Harbour Marina is Pompano Beach's newest full-service dry storage marina facility and it is the closest dry storage facility to the Hillsboro Inlet. We are just minutes from the Hillsboro Inlet with no fixed bridges which means fast and easy access to the Atlantic Ocean.
This 384 dry-stack marinas landmark is a luxurious facility that can accommodate boats up to 43 LOA and capable of withstanding hurricane-force winds up to 140 miles per hour (Cat 4). HURRICANE STORAGE PLANS AVAILABLE. We sell REC90 and Diesel fuel. Open 7 days 8am - 5pm.
Hidden Harbour's location is convenient to some of the worlds most breathtaking boating destinations including the Florida Keys, Bahamas, and the Caribbean.
Please read until the end. I am going to every review site I can find, the media, the FTC, and my lawyer. I am not one to complain. I pride myself on my tolerance but there are some acts of moral turpitude that deserve to be brought to light. Margo is an unreasonable, rude, and two faced C*NT! The first night I kept my boat there, it sunk and they wanted to charge me $5000 bring it up. Welcome to Hidden Harbor! I then replaced the boat with a newer one. This poor boat incurred damage after damage due to what I believed was their carelessness. I felt lucky for only having boot prints on my seats after the broken speedometer skeg, multitude of scratches, and a cracked windshield from them. I was there for approximately 7 months and experienced 1 sunken boat, a broken skeg, cracked windshield and FOUR missed launches. It was embarrassing and disappointing on several occasions when the boat wasn't launched as scheduled. I arrived with my crew and gear only to be met with an attitude about their ineptness to launch my boat. The last time I needed a work rack, they had me wait 90 minutes for an appointment I scheduled 4 days prior. I'd like to mention that they are not all bad there. Paul was always as helpful as they come. He is truly a gentleman and I appreciate all he did to help. When calling for a launch it is like they're doing you a favor. If you dont call several days in advance, good luck getting your boat in the water. During my stay there, I tried to rationalize this mistreatment. I stayed because the location was convenient. I figured they wanted me out because my boat took rack space but was only 20 feet and realized they charged by the foot. Then I thought they didn't like my boat because it's a vintage speedboat and not the typical upscale vessel they cater to. The reason became all too crystal clear the day I was forced to vacate when I was greeted by a departure letter in boat that eloquently stated, "BYE BYE JEWBAG!".
Horrible service. I will be updating with detail soon.