November 3, 2022

Fall is in the Air in Palm Beach

Palm Beach Marina is the place for you to berth your yacht this fall. The recent $40 million-dollar renovation has solidified the Marina’s standing as one of the most luxurious and convenient superyacht facilities in the nation. With the start of the Town's active season, it's “a-boat” time to start planning your next getaway! Piece of advice — always take the “sea-nic” route!

Fall is in the air in Palm Beach after Labor Day (in spite of the fact that summer lingers on till Halloween in South Florida). Taste it in celebrity chef Clay Conley’s recently unveiled seasonal fall menu. Hear it at The Breakers’ grand lobby (known as the HMF, Henry Morrison Flagler), Palm Beach’s coolest watering hole, filled with the sounds of comradery, dreamy musical mashups, and clinking glasses. Feel it by the pool and sip a rosé or two at Palm Beach’s renovated pink paradise, The Colony Hotel.

Step off your yacht dressed in classic fall neutrals after a day of relaxed shopping on Worth Avenue. During your fall stay, you’ll be surrounded (literally) by a world of culture just a stone’s throw from your Palm Beach Marina berth. Just a sampling of the many nearby options:

Celebrate Fall and Halloween traditions with friends and family at a Pop-Up Patch for Philanthropy at the Royal Poinciana Plaza from October 13th to 16th. Select from over 1,000 unique pumpkins – perfect for decorating, baking, and more.

The Henry Flagler Museum (aka Whitehall) has live music performances on select Sundays when the ivories of the 1902 J. H. & C. S. Odell & Co. organ and the 1901 Steinway and Sons model B art case piano are played by local musicians as part of the Museum’s conservation program. While there, you can also climb aboard Flagler’s private Railcar No. 91 and enjoy traditional tea service (as well as private tours) and enjoy this National Historic Landmark.

Enjoy concerts, workshops, films, book readings and more this fall at The Society of the Four Arts. An upcoming highlight is Hard Bodies: Contemporary Japanese Lacquer Sculpture, which will feature 33 works by 16 artists in the first-ever comprehensive exhibition, organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Art. And of course, there is the King Fling Season Kick-Off and Book Sale, November 4, 5-8 pm in the Sculpture Garden.

Keep active and healthy this fall with programs including wellness, art, language, exercise, technology, sports, and holiday workshops at The Mandel Recreation Center, located in Seaview Park, steps away from the gangplank of Palm Beach Marina docked yacht. And after a good workout, all of October, you can enjoy Spatober, rejuvenating your mind and body at Palm Beach County's, well, spas!

Experience the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival in its delicious glory, December 8th to 11th. Featuring chefs and sommeliers from around the nation plus meals, cocktails and tastings to satisfy every culinary desire imaginable! Taking place in many Town venues, it's a great event to elevate and satiate your refined palate. 

It might be over the bridge and bit further into the season, but you’ll definitely want to mark your calendars for the 40th Palm Beach International Boat Show! The event, March 23-26, will feature more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories ranging from 8-foot inflatables to 300+ foot superyachts. Learn the ropes and log some more nautical miles at this "sea-worthy" event.

Seasons come and seasons go, but the Town of Palm Beach from year to year is always a beacon of sophisticated, engaging activities that are the perfect onshore complement to your stay at the Marina. To easily reserve dockage at the Palm Beach Marina online, visit www.townofpalmbeachmarina.com.

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