Watch boating action in Miami, Florida. Haulover Boats™ video series is filmed at Haulover Inlet in Bal Harbor, Florida. The man made inlet’s full name is Baker’s Haulover Inlet, likely named after Gardiner Baker who at this point on the beach in the early 1800’s would haul his boats over the shallow channel from the ocean to the northern end of Biscayne Bay.
Learn more about the inlet here: https://miami-history.com/news/bakers-haulover-purchased-in-1882/
Haulover Inlet is located at the northern end of Miami Beach, between the towns of Bal Harbor and Sunny Isles. On the north side of the inlet is Haulover Beach Park, Haulover Nude Beach and directly to the west of the inlet is the famous Haulover Sand Bar.
There is a lot of boat traffic at Haulover Inlet and there are lots of places to go. Many boats exit the inlet to head to the fishing grounds off the coast. Some boats will cross over to the Bahamas to fish and play. Some boats will head north to Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach for day trips and some boats will head south to Miami and the Florida Keys. There is also a passage north and south called the Intracoastal. It is a protected waterway that is used when conditions on the Atlantic Ocean won’t allow for a safe and comfortable passage to destinations north and south.