Boating Videos by ZipZapPOWER
Watch boating action in Miami, Florida. The Haulover Boats™ video series is filmed at Haulover Inlet in Bal Harbor, Florida.
ZipZapPOWER is the creator of the boating action compilation video genre on YouTube. We started in 2013, filming the boating action around Florida and focusing on Haulover Inlet. Since then we have published videos from many locations and events around the world. Many new YouTube channels have followed and make videos of the action at Haulover Inlet as well as boating at inlets around the world.
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 Haulover Inlet here: https://miami-history.com/news/bakers-haulover-purchased-in-1882/
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WHERE IS HAULOVER INLET?
Haulover Inlet is located in Miami, Florida, USA 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 and on the northern end of that is the famous Haulover Nude Beach. Directly to the west of the inlet is the famous Haulover Sand Bar where many of the boats are going from and too on busy weekends.
WHERE ARE ALL THE BOATS GOING?
WHY IS HAULOVER INLET SO ROUGH?
Haulover Inlet is a typical narrow inlet in southern Florida, it is actually not that bad compared to some other inlets on the east coast of the USA and nothing compared to other rough inlets around the world. What makes Haulover so special is the amount and variety of boat traffic.
Haulover gets rough when an outgoing tide is met by an incoming swell and/or onshore wind. Haulover inlet is the only inlet on the northern end of Biscayne Bay and therefore a lot of water needs to go through a narrow channel during tide changes. This rush of water creates a strong and fast current, but as strong as it is, the current dissipates not far from the inlet’s mouth.