Last week, Miami Today’s John Charles Robbins reported on SeaVault’s progress, writing: “The architects working on a project on the Miami River for mega-yachts say it is the first of its kind in the world – everything in one location for the owners of the big boats.”
SeaVault is designed as a temporary home for 14 mega-yachts with living quarters for captain and crew. The plan includes a clubhouse, tennis court, swimming pool, cold storage building and private vehicle parking on a secured site with tropical landscaping.
“I am proud of this,” said Tony Rodriguez-Tellaheche, architect of the project, “there are covered yacht structures, some offering a variety of amenities like storage and toilet facilities. However, I know of no other facility in the world where the owner and captain, as well as the crew, can stand behind a two-story glass wall inside their quarters and look right at their vessel, all under the same roof.”
The project will be located on the south side of the Miami River at , on the south side of the river at 1583 NW 24th Avenue.