Official Launch - Miami-Dade's Only Interactive Waterway and Social Networking Site for Miami Boaters

Boating enthusiasts in Miami can now learn more about local boating, fishing, yachting, sailing, connecting with others and how to find great Florida boater resources.

Miami, FL, February 05, 2010 --( Now Miami Dade boaters have a new way to connect off the water and keep up with all the latest happenings on the waters. Visitors can find everything from Miami boating events to other Miami Dade County water-related activities. is Miami-Dade County's free online community for local boaters / boating enthusiasts. Visitors will find local boating news, hot spots, islands, and upcoming events.

They can get involved to connect with thousands of other boaters, share photos and videos, sell or buy in the classifieds, plan get-togethers, and organize trips, share knowledge and experiences and so much more. is the interactive waterway for boating MiamiDade, Miami Beach, Biscayne Bay, Hialeah, Homestead and more.

Users of the site can post their own events or find out about great Miami-Dade happenings like the Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail in February or the upcoming 2010 South Florida Super Celebrity Fishing Classic.

There is a classified section as well as great resources which include interaction nautical charts and navigation maps. The Crew section allows visitors and members to browse existing public user profiles, search for friends or search for boats and boaters they may have met or seen on the waters.

BoatMiamiDade is part of the family of sites. came about from the success of, a site dedicated to Central Florida boaters. The Brevard boating site quickly became one of Central Florida's fastest growing online communities. In its first year, has had over 1 million page views and continues to grow rapidly. Similar to the newly launched sites, it is a free online network for local boaters and boat enthusiasts that contains boat related news, upcoming events, marine classifieds, boater business directory, discussion forums, groups, blogs, videos, and photos. The popularity of led to the creation of and 20 other local social networking sites to cover the entire state of Florida.

The goal of the launch of the new network of sites is to make it easier for Florida boaters and water-goers to connect, plan events and have more fun on the waters. "This site is a testament to Florida's boating lifestyle," explained John Kavaliauskas, founder - Boat Florida network.

"It's for all types of Florida boaters and their friends and families- anyone who enjoys fun on the Florida waters."

For more information about the Boat Florida network, interviews, questions, or other concerns about one of the sites, please contact John Kavaliauskas at (877) 691-4440 or

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John Kavaliauskas