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Winterfest Sailboat Fishing Tournament


Waterway Cleanup '86 Riverwalk Artificial Reef

320 S.W. 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale.FI
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December 15, 1985 annuary -9Volume ssue


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Editor:
We wish to contribute to the future of our home
town in a positive way. We agree wholeheartedly
that our downtown area needs redevelopment for
at least 3 reasons;
1) To create a wholesome and safe core area of
our city; an area in which we may take
considerable pride.
2) To increase the taxable base of the
downtown area which will relieve residential tax
subsidies from the surrounding communities.
3) Preserving the uniqueness and enhancing
the atmosphere of our riverfront as the focal point
of our city.
The fact that the downtown area straddles the
New River is of particular and specific interest to
our Association. Therefore the following
comments are aimed directly at the waterfront
areas of the proposed development scheme know
as the Riverwalk Project.
Sasaki Associates.has provided us with an
exciting concept. Our suggestions are offered to
further enhance this plan taking benefit of our
local knowledge.
In conjunction with our schematic plan our first
area of attention is area "A", known as the 7th
Avenue Boat Ramp and Park:

Volume 2 Issue 10 Dec. 15, 1985 Jan. 15, 1986
Copyright by Ziegler Publishing Co.. Inc. 1985
ISSN 8756-0038

WATERFRONT NEWS

320 S.W. 2nd Street
Ft-. Lauderdale, FL 33312
Phone: (305) 524-9450

Published by Ziegler Publishing Co., Inc.
Editor: John Ziegler
Illustrators: Teri Cheney Laurie Cahill
Editorial Assist: Ed Wiser
Ad Specialists: Ken Simkin Bob Barrientos
Photographer: Greg. Dellinger
Carriers: Tom Gepfrich Steven Bunker
Jason Welles Lee Jensen
Andrew Moyes ,Swen Neufeldt
Bud Alcott Matt Moore
Scott Moore Craig Merry
Darin Gleichman Todd Clarke
Kelly Alcott Nicole.Sanese
Jeff Prosje John Metzger
Sandy Sharrow Charles Metzger
Patrick Gillis Mary Grassi
Allan Rosenbaum Gail Johnson
Doug Channrl'


With due respect to Sasaki's suggestions, the
almost unanimous opinion of the waterfront
residents is to maintain the boat ramps at the 7th
Avenue Bridge. Adding 22 City Dock slips will
foster a more secure environment in the boat
ramp area, a problem frequently voiced by area
residents when they were polled and/or
interviewed by their civic associations (Tarpon
River, Sailboat Bend, Waterfront Property
Owners and 'Riverside Park). A two-tiered
park/boat ramp arrangement will be an excellent
western terminus of the Riverwalk. A marine
patrol substation could logically be located in the
area, decreasing response time for the upper
reaches of the waterway system. Bathroom
facilities should be provided to accommodate
boaters, picnickers and Riverwalkers.
For Area "B" we suggest that the performance
area be built entirely on land; consideration
should be made not to disrupt the integrity of the
Riverwalk with its attendant flow of pedestrians.
Area "C" The New River Nautical Village
concept is a cluster of small shops and offices in a
waterfront setting, intended for private
development.The nautical theme is enhanced by
the raised deck creating an interior mall lead ing
out to the New River. The location and concept
will act as a magnet for centralizing and
attracting various marine services and related
activities.
The village is easily accessible both from the
water and land side. Along the New River there is
dockage for approximately 28 boats, while a
parking garage at the south end of the village,
just east of Fourth Avenue and S.W. 5th Street
provides ample parking.
The site will accommodate over 100,000 sq. ft. of
office and retail space which will generate over a
million dollars revenue annually. In addition to
shops, proposed uses include a marine
welcome/information station and marine
professional center for naval architects,
surveyors, yacht brokers, service brokers,
engineers, marine professional associations and
boating club meeting rooms.
For Area "D" we suggest that the Tidal Steps be
redesigned to continue the pedestrian flow of the
Riverwalk. Also give consideration to this park as
a bicentennial project.
Area "E" as proposed in the master plan
presents a hint of the character inherent to our
community. The proposal suggests the
placement of a boat basin in the area known as
Smokers Park. Our Association embraces an
even bolder plan to enhance the Riverwalk
atmosphere by proposing a Downtown Marina.
A marina dredged to a depth of 10' providing
some 2-00 additioria[ slips will help relieve our


overburdened residential waterfront
neighborhoods. People will be attracted to the
"south" Riverwalk by inviting internationally
acclaimed events such as S.O.R.C., billfish
tournaments, and offshore powerboat races.
Historically Fort Lauderdale has been a boating
community and will remain so. Let us capitalize
on this asset by encouraging an attractive
yachting community.
Ample parking for the marine facility is
provided to the south and east. Office space on
the south perimeter could house the
dockmaster's office, -showers/bathrooms and
other related activities. We encourage the
installation of a waste pump-out station on the
northeast corner of the marina. Surrounded by
these ancillary facilities the marina would
provide a south bank Riverwalk destination atthe
east and the Nautical Village would create a
destination at the western end. Consider the
advantages of utilizing our unique asset from
both sides of the New River.
Attractions such as the Performing Arts Center.
Historic District and Las Olas Multi-use District
will provide Fort Lauderdale with a downtown
atmosphere second to none.
Let us take one further step. The New River is
the focal point of the Riverwalk Project and, as
such, should be properly balanced. We strongly
suggest, like the North Bank, the South Bank
should contain destination points and supporting
attractions. Fort Lauderdale's master plan should
take advantage of international recognition as
"the" boating community and retain a major boat
basin as presented in illustration "E". Fort
Lauderdale's Downtown Marina will become the
true welcome mat to the international yachting
community.
The site of the Downtown Marina is owned by
Broward County. Excavation of the site will be
completed by private enterprise for no cost in
exchange for the fill. Monies for the actual
construction of the facilities can be provided from
the Federal, Aquatic Resources Trust Fund
(Wallop-Breaux Fund). Additional monies are
available for this type of project from the
Broward County Boating Improvement Fund.
Approximate income from the dockage alone will
exceed $1,800,000.00 per year (200 x 50 x .50 x 30 x
12).
Riverwalk Committee
Ft. Lauderdale Waterfront Property Owners
North Fork Chapter
(Charles Radford, chairman;
Frank Becker; John Ziegler;
Sonny Irons; Terry Willard;
Gary Peterson-and Joe-Wilpon) ....-

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Dear Mr. Ziegler:
Janine Rofe's letter, Waterfront News, Oct. 15-
Nov. 15, 1985, P.2,castigating the use of the title
"Venice of America" to describe Fort Lauderdale
because she says we do not have the "cafes, art
galleries and museums" of the Venice of Italy
gives me mixed feelings of astonishment at, and
pity for, this woman who cannot fine "interesting
and comfortable places to meet new people".
Where has she been in the last ten years? There is
such an abundance of places to go and things to
-do, both in the City and the County, right at this
very moment in time, that it would be impossible
to begin to cover them. On top of that, the new
Museum with its emphasis on people places like
the sculpture garden will be on stream in less
than 90 days and, of course, the new performing
arts center will be a few years down the road.
In the meantime I should ask whether the lady in
question has been at all part of the answer to
some of her questions. Has she participated? Has
she been part of Octoberfest? Promenade,
Discovery Center, Stranahan House, Parker
Theater, etc., etc., etc.?
Forgive me for being so chauvinistic, but I think
Fort Lauderdale is a vibrant, active, wonderful
setting to live and work, easily comparable or
superior to any other city of its size, and, when
you toss in the other activities that are within a 35
or 40 minute drive, (less than it takes to go
downtown in many large cities), you would have
to be a very energetic person, completely retired,
and requiring very little sleep, to begin to exhaust
the cultural possibilities.
Bob Cox


c/o Waterfront News
320 S.W. 2nd Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
or phone305-524-9450.


Editor:
A speed-limit of 30 mph on the Intracoastal is
simply the wrong answer to a very serious
problem. A 30 mph speed limit, by itself, would
accomplish very little; other than encourage
everyone to, run as close to 30 mph as they can
get. Although I'm sure that many of your readers
can, I cannot in my 30 years of boating experience
recall having ever been endangered by a boat
travelling over 30 mph. However; I do not have
enough fingers and toes to count the number of
times I have been endangered by boats travelling
under 30 mph, but throwing huge wakes.
A few weeks ago, I was thrown to the floor of
the cockpit of my thirty foot sailboat by the wake
of a 70 foot powerboat which was passing me on
the right in a congested area at about 15 to 20
knots, throwing a monster wake. This was the
second time a wake has knocked me down since I
moved here seven years ago. The first day I
entered the Ft. Lauderdale sector of the
Intracoastal, I was knocked to the floor of the
cockpit of my 27 foot Cheoy Lee by a wake.
Because of the incredibly poor seamanship of a
few boaters in thisarea, I have found that the best
time to go cruising is during small craft warnings
or storm warnings. They keep many of the sea-
going bulldozers at home, and the seas make the
wakes of the rest of them less noticeable.
In a land vehicle traffic is controlled in heavily
congested areas, areas with many
intersections, and residential areas, by severely
limiting the speed. Wake is the Intracoastal's
equivalent of snow and ice. Wake is what limits
the small boat controlability. The Intracoastal is
the boaters street. It is heavily congested, has
many uncontrolled intersections, does not have
dividing lines or no-passing lanes, and is lined
with parking spaces and residences. Allowing
boats to produce large wakes on the Intracoastal
represents irresponsible policy with reckless
disregard for the welfare of all who use it.


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Waterway Cleanup '86
by M.G. Swift
The Fort Lauderdale Jaycees in conjunction
with the Marine Industries Association of South
Florida (MIA) and the city of Fort Lauderdale want
to make the city shine for it's 75th birthday next
spring. Waterway Cleanup '86 will be one of many
events sponsored by numerous groups of the
"Make It Shine" project.
Annual waterway cleanup used to be under-
taken by the M.I.A. and the Jaycees want to
revive this constructive tradition with Waterway
Cleanup '86. Scheduled for March 8, 1986 eight
locations along Fort Lauderdale's waterfront will
be chosen to be cleaned up. A committee of city,
community and industry people is currently
considering potential site locations.
Organizers are planning to have a kickoff
party, a "treasure hunt" during the operation and
a post-cleanup celebration for the participants
along with over 500 T-shirts for the cleanup
crews.
For more information call Roger Topalian with
the JayCees at 922-7575 or Tony DiPinto at 463-
2700. Small boats and cleanup crew members are
badly needed. Make it shine along Ft.
Lauderdale's waterfront March 8th.
A strictly enforced no-wake law for all of the
Intracoastal would benefit everyone and
inconvenience no one. Those who are restricted
to Intracoastal travel by sizp, equipment or
weather could travel it safely; seawalls would be
protected; waterway residents could dock their
boats at home (try that now!); noise levels would
be dramatically reduced; accidents would be
much more easily handled.
Wakes, of course, are not strictly a function of
speed. Displacement, waterline length, and hull
design contribute significantly to how much
wake a boat produces. A boat moving at less than
its theoretic displacement speed (approx 1.4
times the square root of its waterline length) will
produce minimum wake. Hence a fifty footer can
cruise safely at 10 knots. It is quite unreasonable
and irresponsible for that same fifty footer to
cruise at 13 or 14 knots on the Intracoastal,
gaining a very small increase at the considerable
expense of everyone who must deal with his
mammoth wake, not to mention the fact that it
shows irresponsibility in that any increase in
speed above displacement speed increases fuel
consumption geometrically.
By the same token, extremely light and wide-
beamed hulls produce very little wake at planing
speeds, as demonstrated by inflatables and
prams zipping along causing no one any
problems.
For those who would scream about
government encroachment and loss of freedom,
there's a whole ocean out there to speed on. Of
course, there isn't as big an audience for their
post-pubescent, or mid-life crises ego massages,
but that doesn't really matter. The law won't
affect those who ignore school speed zones
anyway. They speed in their cars and pay the
fines; they'll do the same in their boats.
But for those of us who live within the law, let's
ban wakes on inland waterways, and make it
more pleasant for everyone.
Qualifications: M Ed in Traffic Safety 30 years
experience, power and sail inland, coastal and
bluewater.


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Waterfront Issues
by M.G. Swift
December 3rd, 1985 was perhaps a historic day
for Fort Lauderdale's waterfront community. The
City Commission reviewed and set hearing for the
proposed Riverwalk plans, o.k.ed side-yard
setback exemptions of boats docked along
Hendricks Isle and Isle of Venice, and reaffirmed
the no carry-outs ban for beach fast food
restaurants.
Riverwalk Hearing Set For
January
The day began early for the Fort Lauderdale
City Commission as spokesmen for Sasaki
Associates presented to the commission and the
public gathered there the consulting firm's final
recommendations on the Riverwalk Plan. "A
marketing concept...not fixed in concrete,"
Richard Galehouse (with Sasaki) described the
Riverwalk Plan. Encompassing the north and
south bands of the New River from Southwest 7th
Avenue (the boat ramps) to Southeast 8th Avenue
(the Riverside Hotel) and from Broward Blvd. to
6th Street-the Riverwalk Plan would,according
to Sasaki, preserve and enhance the ambiance of
the Waterfront while at the same time interg rate
river more with the downtown, Museum of Art,
Historic District, proposed Performing Arts
Center and Las Olas Blvd. (See "Riverwalk
Project", Waterfront News, November 15-
December, 1985, page two, columns two and
three.)
The "final" plan presented to the city
commissioners would have a price tag of around
$18,000,000 in public outlays spread out over a
fifteen year period (1985-2000). Sasaki projects
that as much as $371,000,000 in private
investment could be attracted by an ongoing
Riverwalk Project during that same time. Similar
undertakings in cities such as Charleston, South
Carolina and Toledo, Ohio have profitably created
better images for those waterfronts. With the use
of "landmark structuring" at Sailboat Bend the
city could design and build a Performing Arts
Center that Sasaki suggests would rival Sydney,
Australia's waterfron Opera House or Baltimore's
bayside Aquarium complex.
Reflecting the input of such groups as Riverside
Park, Sailboat Bend and Tarpon River Civic
Associations and the Fort Lauderdale Waterfront
Property Owners Association (See letter to the
Editor, page two) Sasaki's designers resurrected
the Seventh Avenue Boat Ramps and added a
marine village" on the south bank of the New
River. A downtown marina on the current site of
Smokers Park was not included in Sasaki's plan,
despite heavy- lobbying by the Ft. Lauderdale
Waterfront Property Owners Association on
behalf of such a facility.
The Waterfront property owners along with the
rest of the citizenery of Fort Lauderdale will have
a chance to provide some further "local
knowledge" to the Riverwalk Plan at a series of
public hearings and workshops -slated for
January 1986. (Call the city manager's offices for
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The city commission voted to exempt boats
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Beach Carry-Out Ban Reaffirmed
The city commission voted not to lift the ban on
carry-out food and containers for the
MacDonald's on Fort Lauderale Beach. The
corporation's lawyer attempted to have the
commission table his client's request until
December 17th, but because of the large turnout-
of beachfront residents at the meeting the
commissioners elected to consider the matter in
conference. After viewing a multi-media
presentation by Ron Mastrian, the attorney
representing the fast food chain, and hearing the
views of the citizens, the commission sided with
those opposed to lifting the ban on carry-outs.

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8 a.m. Jacaranda Sunshine Cup Tennis
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9 a.m. 10th Annual Maureen Connolly Brinker
Continental Player's Cup.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 10th Annual Christmas in The
Park Broward Art Guild Festival.
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.- Gulfstream Sailing Club Race,
Fort Lauderdale beach.
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Holiday Arts 7 Crafts
Show/Sale, Mullins Park, Coral Springs.
2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Fort Lauderdale Children's
Theatre's production of Alice's Adventures in
Wonderland.
3 to 4:30 p.m. Diane Bish Christmas Organ
Concert, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort
Lauderdale.
6:15 to 7:30 p.m. Christmas Carol Festival,
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort
Lauderdale.
7 to 9:30 p.m. Holiday Boat Parade,
Intracoastal Waterway in Pompano Beach.
7:30 to 9 p.m. Concert Florida's Singing
Sons, First Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale.
MONDAY. DEC. 16
8 a.m. Jacaranda Sunshine Cup Tennis
matches.
,:7:15 p.m.-- Dania Jai Alai.
TUESDAY, DEC. 17
8 a.m. Jacaranda Sunshine Cup Tennis
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The American Red Cross
Broward County Chapter
2120 West Broward Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33312
There will be awards for the top three male and
female open, masters, wheelchairs and age
groups: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29,
30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-
69, 70 and over. Over $2000 in door prizes and
presents will be handed out to runners as well as
refreshments and mistletoe.
For more information call the Red Cross at581-
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THURSDAY, DEC. 19
7:15 p.m. Dania Jai Alai.
8-9:30 p.m. Hollywood Philharmonic
Orchestra Concert, Young Circle Bandshell.
FRIDAY, DEC. 20
7:15 p.m. Dania Jai Alai.
7 to 10 p.m. Savings of America Senior
Celebration, Omni Auditorium, Broward
Community College North Campus.
7 p.m. to 1 a.m.-Grand Marshal Auction Harbor
Beach Marriott.
8 to 10 p.m. The Many Moods of Christmas
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church.
SATURDAY, DEC. 21
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Coral Springs Internal
Invitational Soccer Tournament, Mullins Park.
9:30 a.m. to noon Snow Day, Flamingo
Pembroke Pines.
Noon to 4 p.m. Las Olas Holiday
Entertainment.
1 to 2:30 p.m. Fort Lauderdale Junior phony
Holiday Party for "Special Children," phony Hall,
Fort Lauderdale.
Noon & 7:15 p.m. Dania Jai Alai.
6.30 p.m. Fort Lauderdale Christmas Parade,
Intracoastal Waterway.
8 to 10 p.m. The Many Moods of Christmas
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort.
Lauderdale.
SUNDAY, DEC. 22
S9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Coral Springs International
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working order. Got that? Good. But during the
race John was injured on board and taken to
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FORT LAUDERDALE -- The Discovery Center is
hosting the "Florida Craftsmen Show" during
regular museum hours through December 29 in
the second floor exhibit hall.
The show, featuring selected artists from all
over Florida, will include all types of fine crafts.
Sculpture made from different media, weavings
wall hangings and more will be on display
The Discovery Center, located at 231 Southwest
Second Avenue, is a hands-on museum which
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Sailor Catches Sailfish
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sailboats entered in the competition Saturday,
November 16th and brought quite a catch.
Besides the over $600 sponsors netted for the
charity, anglers brought in sailfish, tuna, dolphin,
kingfish, barracuda, bonito and a multitude of
tales.
Bahia Mar's H-Dock was a buzz with news that
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ever in Sailboat Fishing: Tournament history.
Another radioed the weighin station-manned by
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had caught four dolphin. A large tuna had been
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were comparing notes with their comrades
reference to weed lines, what was hitting etc.
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gray clouds. This time the end of H-dock was
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Captain Jim Rillera's Free Spirit weighed only five
pounds but it made page two of the next
morning's Miami Herald. And Ed's smile is the
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Tournament is all about. Sailor Ed had never gone
fishing off a sailboat before much less,,catch,a,
sailfish. And there were fisherman who had never
sailed before-new horizons.
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foot Warrior Catamaran were disappointed that
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weighin. Still, they were visibly excited about the
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tell their sailing friends about the sport: Bill has


9 December 15, 1985 January 15, 1986


2nd Annual Tournament Results
Bahia Mar Yachting Center Fort
Lauderdale, Florida Saturday, November
16, 1985
MOST OVERALL POINTS:
105 pts., Free Spirit, Capt. Jim Rillera, Ft.
Lauderdale
43 pts., Music, Capt. Bill Jorden, Boca Raton
23 pts., Lobster King, Capt. Bill Stolberg, Ft.
Lauderdale
20 pts., Kilover, Capt. Bob Vanderkolk, Ft.
Lauderdale
13 pts., Pelican, Capt. Patrick O'Donnell,
Pompano Beach
(Note: 18 sailboats participated.)
TOP MULTIHULL:
Lobster King, 29' Warrior Cat
Pelican, 33' McGregor
TOP MONOHULL:
Free Spirit, 35' Morgan
Music, 33 Raider


BEST SAILFISH
5 lb., Ed Ludermann, Free Spirit


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Gulf Stream Sailing Club. The tournament
committee, of course, was excited that Stolberg
was excited.


BEST TUNA
20 Ib., Bob Vanderkolk, Kilover
BEST DOLPHIN:
10 Ib., Bill Stolberg, Lobster King
BEST KINGFISH:
8 Ib:, Dan Barin, MVusic
BEST BARRACUDA:
14 Ib., Bill Jordan, Music
BEST BONITO:
13 Ib., Pat O'Donnell, Pelican
The 2nd Annual Sailboat Fishing Tournament's
proceeds are going to benefit the
Neuofibromatosis Foundation. Tournament
sponsor, the Kiwanis Club of North Broward,
along with co-sponsors, the Hollywood
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Plane Becomes Artificial Reef
FORT LAUDERDALE -- Fulfilling a commitment
made at its grand opening a year ago, Marriott's
Harbor Beach Resort sank a DC-4 aircraft as an
artificial reef.
The vintage World War II airplane became the
first artificial reef of its kind as it was laid to rest
Saturday, November 23, in 70 feet of water off Ft.
Lauderdale's coast (260 06'44" North Latitude, 80
04' 24" East Longitude), between Las Olas &
Sunrise.
The former Air Force airplane that flew the
Berlin Airlift, was originally scheduled to be
dropped into the sea by a giant skycrane
helicopter as part of the resort's opening
activities in November 1984. The move was
scuttled at the last moment when the Defense
Department vetoed use of the helicopter
belonging to the Alabama National Guard.
"The reef is our gift to the community," says
Ezzat Coutry, general manager of Marriott's
Harbor Beach Resort. "The environmental
benefits will last well into the next century. When
our original plans were cancelled, we were
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foot height necessitated closing Federal Highway
and moving traffic lights and power lines to make
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bring the plane by barge from the Port to the reef
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Hammerhead Reef/ What Is Its
Future ?
by Bryan Brooks
Sweet Pea slowly emerges from the coral ledge
and swims toward Captain Tony George. She
stops and looks at Tony. He carefully puts his
hand up and strokes her sides as she slithers
past. She goes into another coral ledge but
emerges again immediately. This process goes
on for about five minutes as the divers watch
fascinated.
Sweet Pea is a five foot moray eel that inhabits
the third reef off John U Lloyd State Park which is
located just south of Port Everglades in about
sixty feet of water. Divers call the reef in that area
Hammerhead Reef. The name came from Captain
Tony himself. About fifteen years ago he was
drifting over the third reef ledge system. He found
.this incredible area with abundant schools of
spade fish, grunts and almost any variety of fish
found anywhere else in the Caribbean. He came to
an end of the drift near some coral he would later
call the Two Split. He surfaced and wrote down
the markings. On the next trip he found a
hammerhead shark cruising over this beautiful
section and from then on it came to be known as
Hammerhead Reef.
Down through the years Captain Tony and his
close friend Captain Joe Schirck took hundreds of
divers'to Hammerhead Reef and they wereoable to
witness the moray eels being fed by these two
Fort Lauderdale dive pioneers.
:On an ABC. television program "Those
Incredible Animals" a crew was sent here to film
Captain Joe and his special six foot friend Oliver.
Sadly though, a short while later Oliver was found
by Captain Joe and Chris Brooks with a hole in.his
head. It became clear that maybe taming wild
creatures carries a penalty, a penalty for the
wild creature. When tamed they lose their fear of
Man. It has always struck me as strange that
people are so spooked by sharks, barracuda and
moray eels. To the bestof my knowledge none of
these creatures have ever crawled up on the
corner of Las Olas and Atlantic Boulevard and
attacked anybody. On the other hand, Man
seems to enjoy going on their turf and killing
them.
Since that time Captain Tony and Captain Joe
have befriended three more eels. One is Sweet
Pea, another is Heathcliff and the oldest-and by
far the biggest-is Wendel. Wendelis well over
seven feet long with a twenty inch girth.
The problems is now that diving has become so
popular in .our community (which is good) that
other divers have also found Hammerhead. Not
all of the divers are as decent and kind as Captain
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least undeveloped. Another reason is because of
the high interest in diving now through the
Mercedes and the other fine wrecks.Week of the
Ocean feels because of this the area should be set
aside as a Sanctuary from hunting or any other
abuse. There are plenty of other beautiful reefs
and wrecks that divers are free to loot and
plunder as some seem destined to do.
Another reason is that Hammerhead and Cuda
Reef's are just outside Port Everglades where the
pollution from 28 cities and an over developed
county comes out. Making this area a Sanctuary
would serve notice that we have admitted to
ourselves that finally we will have to face the fact
that we are turning this area into a toliet and are
leaving a testament of concrete and steel for our
children to call home.
In talking with Captain Tony about the project
he has mixed feelings. He sees the Park idea as.
more and more divers coming to his beloved
Hammerhead Reef and bothering :his eels.
Perhaps he is right. He thinks the area is so small
that making that area in front of Lloyd Park a
Sanctuary would only increase the anchor
damage and divers in that area; some of the
divers it seems have the mentality of being on a
search and destroy mission. He and Captain Joe
were feeding the eels of Hammerhead when most
divers were still in grade school so perhaps it
would be wrong to have government
intervention.
ON the other hand, how do you call attention to
an area and let people know that the Keys aren't
the beginning and end of coral life in America.
How do you let people know that there are those
of us who aren't willing to write Fort Lauderdale
off as a victim to urbanization and concrete.
It's an interesting question. Week of the Ocean
would be interested in your opinion of whether to
continue in an attemptto make Hammerhead Reef
into a Sanctuary or let Man and nature take its
predictable course. Please write your opinions in
care of Waterfront News. Thank for your interest.
Remember the little patch of Mother Ocean off
our coast belongs to you as well. Get interested.

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This. newest Epcot Center pavilion, presented
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January 15 in Future World. It will be the largest
facility ever dedicated to exploring man's
relationship with the ocean.
The Living Seas' main "ocean", 200 feet in
diameter and 27 feet deep, will duplicate the
chemistry and life-support systems of a
Caribbean reef. Its nearly six million gallons of
seawater will contain more than 2,000 crokers,
snappers, dolphin, angel fish, sharks,
barracudas and diamond rays -- all the creatures
that inhabit a coral reef community.
The "world's sixth largest ocean" is only one of
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As visitors enter the pavilion, they will pass a
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guests into historical displays of period
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of man's quest to unlock the secrets of the deep.
Included are Leonardo da Vinci's sketches of
underwater breathing devices and submersibles,
John Lethbridge's diving barrel, Frederic de
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from Walt Disney's film, "Twenty Thousand
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the "Nautilus" submarine used for key sequences
of the movie also will be on display.
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through a picture-window tunnel beneath the
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the vast reef, schools of rare tropical fish, giant
sea bass, dolphin, sharks and barracudas.
Divers from Seabase Alpha will be seen
demonstrating the newest diving gear and
underwater monitoring equipment as they carry
out training experiments with dolphin. Robotic
submarines and tethered submersibles
containing underwater TV cameras will relay
views from the divers' perspective to guests in
Seabase Alpha. Underwater wireless radios will
enable divers to talk with visitors during their
experiments.
One of the most useful new diving devices, a
"JIM" suit, will be seen in use by divers while
guests have an opportunity to stand in a cut-
away model of the "JIM" suit to get a diver's
perspective.
Also in the visitor center, a cold-water kelp
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plants, fish and invertebrates of eco-systems
outside tropical waters.
Large-screen video shows will dramatize
man's attempts to harness the ocean's resources
for medical, mineral and energy uses. Other mini-
shows explore manned and robotic undersea
systems as examples of technological advances.
One film, titled "An Animated Atlas of the World,"
shows recent studies of earth systems and their
application to the seas in understanding weather
forecasting and geological exploration.
The terraced Coral Reef Restaurant will provide
guests with an underwater panoramic view of the
living reef. Crystal-like viewing windows, eight
feet high and more than eight inches thick, are
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In presenting the pavilion, United technologies
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West Lake Park Memorial Area
Wins Landscape Award


The Broward County Parks and Recreation
Division,, Public Services Department was the
recipient of the Florida Nurserymen and Growers'
Association Award of Excellence. The award, in
the category of Special Projects, was also voted
as Best of Category. The award itself was
presented for the beautification and landscaping
of the West Lake Park Memorial Area.
Entries for the FNGA award were submitted and
screened for throughout the entire United States.
The Parks and Recreation Division was the only
governmental institution to receive such a
recognition.
On November 6 the Parks and Recreation
Division presented to the individuals and/or
organizations who contributed time or materials
towards the construction of the Memorial area
with a replica of the FNGA plaque. Among the
recipients were: Maurice J. Connell, Jerry Cook of
Cook Industries, Kevin Kraft of Kraft Nurseries,
Jerry Soowal of East Marsh Nurseries, David
McLean and twenty-six Broward Community
College students, William Farrell, B.C. Streets and
Highway Div: Elaine Klatt, Ed D., Broward County
Agriculture Div. Director; Robert Kelley, Assistant
to the Director of the B.C. Public Services
Division; and the Sun Tattler.
Jerry Graubart, disabled World War II veteran;
was also a recipient of the FNGA award replica for
his vision and commitment which were major
factors in making the Veteran's Memorial a
reality. West Lake Park itself, an 88-acre site, was
opened in June, 1982, as part of the regional park
expansion authorized by the 1978 Bond Issue. Its
facilities include picnicking, pedal boat and
canoe rentals, and racquetball and tennis courts.
It is intended to be the gateway to the large West
Lake Tract of over 1200 acres that became part of
the Broward County Park system in May, 1985.


Best Free Show In Town
by Allan Sosnow
A joint effort of the Port Everglades Authority
and Florida Power and Light Company has
resulted in the development of a new Sea Life
Viewing Area at the intake canal of FPL's Port
Everglades power plant.
This facility includes a parking lot, picnic area
with tables, boardwalk and viewing overlook,
landscaping (donated by Stranahan High
School's Horticultural class), manatee and fish
informational signs.
The new design in the fencing increases the
viewing area as well as the opportunity to feed
the many species of fish. Both organizations
discourage the feeding of manatees.
The animals in the viewing area are free to
come and go through a series of four 12 foot
diameter culverts but prefer to stay in this area
because of an ample food supply that results
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condensers, a natural mini reef and the food
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queen angelfish and three manatees are among
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people of Broward County on November 5,1985 at
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December 15, 1985 Januaru 15, 1986


The 15Th Street Navy: Always On
The Scene
by Bill Lange
Skippers of the Waterfront News area often see
Port Everglades hosting liberty visits by NATO
and U S Navy vessels. One should also note that
our own fleet -- the 15th Street navy, is always on
hand.
From a safety and security aspect boaters
needing to know the local present sea conditions,
or needing emergency assistance, have a truly
"on scene" resource. For the 15th Street navy,
from its principal base of Fort Lauderdale's 15th
Street Launching Ramps, roams far and wide.
Some of these vessels are commerical and likely
to be in the offing at any time. Mostly these
skippers quarter the latitudes from North Miami
to Boynton Beach, knowing very well the
vicissitudes of the Gulf Stream and the potential
soltitude of the Bermuda Triangle. Without
uniforms or taxpayer money they follow the
unwritten law of the sea when a vessel needs aid.
So when you have a doubt as to whether it is
safe to go out Government Cut you had best stay
inside if skippers of the 15th Street navy are not
out.
Or when you are offshore and have a distress
situation a skipper of this group may hear it, or
even see it, quicker than the USCG. A future
WaterFront News article will point out the
importance of having VHF on your boat, and
describe a typical MAYDAY or PAN PAN case. For
the 15th Street navy can be a critical relay
station, or a reporter, or even first-to-arrive at
your scene.
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be used only to call (and agree on a working
channel) or for a dire emergency. Some have both
VHF and CB. Some have only CB and you might
get them on Channel 13, or 09 up by Hillsboro. But
for maritime safety never rely on CB.
As of 1985 here is a list of regulars, and some of
the most active professionals at the end. Those
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Commodore of the Launching Skippers: Capt.
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Beachhead Commander: USMC George Laramie
USCG-Ret Liaison: BMCC E. C. McCoid
USCGAUX Courtesy Marine Examiner: Flotilla 3-2
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CAPT MARK (Carl) ...... GENTLE BEN (George)
DOUBLE TROUBLE (Bob) MAD RUSSIAN (I van)
COBIA (Jim) ......................PIXY (Keith)
FIRE CRACKER (Bob) ....... HANDY MAN (Jim)
WEED LINE (Dave) ......... LOW BUDGET (Vic)
HALF BREED (Marty) ......... SEA-B-3 (Dick)
MISDEMEANOR (Larry) ......... R-JOY (Derryl)
MIGHTY MOUSE (Bobby) BUDGET BUSTER (Ron)
MUFF DIVER (Jim) ......... SURF TURK (
STONE CRAB (Harry) ........... BIG JOE (Joe)
MY SONS (Jim) .......... IRON CITY (George)
B-GYPSY-B (Ron).... HAPPY FISHERMAN (Pete)
HUSSY (Harry) ..........DIRTY BIRD (Laddy)
FINE FISHERMAN (Eddie) ... MICRO FISH (Jeff)
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GYPSY III (Gabe) ... ADVENTURE DIVERS (Sam)
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Wahoo! The Line Sizzles
by Bill Rhodes
In the late fall and early winter months we fir
larger numbers of Wahoo close to and often
times, on the reef. Schools of migrating baitfis
and small Bonito or Tuna attract these speech
predators.
When one is hooked you can easily see how I
got his name. Built for speed thesetorpedo shape
pelagic gamefish can travel up to 35 miles pc
hour.
Usually they take several tackle testing rur
sometimes stripping 250 or more, yards of line;
a time. Get ready!
World renown boat builder Bill Aman alone
with Captain Harry Hamilton and son Johnn
recently caught a couple of nice Wahoo during th
Dones Marina Fishing Tournament. After sever
cutoffs using monofilament leader they change
to light wire and landed a dandy 37 pounder. Thi
fish earned young John first prize in his division
for the tournament.
The previous cutoffs were thought to be th
ever present Barracuda and there was little
concern at the time. But after John's fish wa
landed they realized that these lost strikes coul
have been Wahoo also.


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They still do.
Because Boyd's has always been what fishing and fishermen are all about.
"Shorty"rigs baits with a surgeon's skill. Joanne wraps custom rods with the touch
of an artisan. And it's all done to the background crackle of the V.H.F. The tackle is
state-of-the-art. In short, Boyd's gives you what you can't get anywhere else: an old
style friendly tackle shop with all the savvy and experience of 41 years. Next time
you're in downtown Fort Lauderdale, stop in at Boyd's.
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Later Bill landed a 26 pounder on a live Bonito.
It seemed that the Wahoo were feeding on the
schools of small Bonito. They slow/trolled back
and forth from 100 to around 400 feet of water.
The small "Bullet" Bonita were easily caught by
trolling fast with small yellow jigs. As soon as the
bait was brought to the boat it was rigged.
| When rigging these small live baits one must
handle them carefully. Using a wet towel and not
gripping them too tightly helps. These active little
rascals are difficult to keep alive in a live bait well
so it's best to rig them immediately and begin
slow trolling.
A double hook rig insures more hook ups. One
hook through the lips, the second hook (stinger)
S near the tail works fine.
Many times the fish will be hooked on the
second hook because the Wahoo, or even
Kingfish, strike incredibly fast and tend to cut the
bait in half. This is where the trailing hook, or
stinger gets them.
Aman's crew took.second over all in the
tournament and was awarded some fine prizes.
Dones Marina plans to do it again next year. Plan
on fishing this one for lots of refreshments, food
and prizes.
A week later the same crew landed two 29
pounders,this time trolling live goggle eyes. A 31
pound Barracuda was also taken'.
Another nice Wahoo of 35 pounds was caught
near the Hollywood outfall in eighty feet of water.
nd Tom Van Osdale of Plantation caught this one
en slow trolling a live Blue Runner.
sh This is also a good method for catching
dy Kingfish. Even as shallow as 50 feet large
"snoker" Kings are caught by live bait, slow
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December 15, 1985 January


15,1986


Opinion:
SALT WATER FISHERY
MANAGEMENT


by Rollie Franzen vsu
The total failure of saltwater fishery
management by federal and state authorities; the
disastrous consequences of permitting
authorities responsible for conservation of the 1
resource (a legitimate governmental function) to FT. LA
also act as subsidizers, efficiency experts,
market research, product development and
marketing agents for the super-exploitive
elements of the commercial fishery (not a
legitimate governmental function); and allowing
such special interests membership on
management councils and commissions has been
tragically illustrated by an August 8,1985 release
by National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast M
Region, and the latest king mackerel stock BOAT
assessment. BUILD YC
That release stated that, effective September
22 based upon "recent scientific information", the
maximum sustainable yield ("the average of the /FOO
largest catch that can be taken from a stock
without hurting the average population of the For
stock") should be reduced from 37 million pounds
to 26.2 million pounds, and that "the best
scientific information available indicates thatthe Call the W,
Gulf Group is substantially overfished" and pa a
therefore the catch should be reduced 22% to place a Cl
14,225,000 pounds. ..
But now, prior to the effective date of that
approved plan, a more recent new stock
assessment indicates the allowable biological W E A
catch for the Gulf Group to be only 1 to 2.34 million
pounds. W ITH
What that means is that the once super-
abundant king mackerel fishery has been
"managed" to a state of virtual collapse by those
who refused Florida League of Anglers' urging to Ml
ban the exploitive nets that caused the collapse.
Also painfully obvious are the consequences of
fishery management based on the best scientific
information available and the concept of (No reason
maximum sustained yield and scientific theories
.--.based on computerized formulae, curves and
TMrodels. This is not to say that scientific data
collection should not be continued and improved
upon, but is a recognition of the fact that the
nature of scientific discovery pertaining to the
fishery is laboriously slow in producing the facts
needed for accurate assessment- and the fish can't
wait.
Therefore, in the interim, much more emphasis Mack-S
must be placed upon the firsthand observations
of knowledgeable and credible fishermen so that 10(
managers can react more readily to observed Fort
abundance or lack thereof.
Florida League of Anglers finds little
satisfaction in the fact that these specific points
and consequences are precisely the ones about [(
which it has consistently warned fishery
management authorities from Tallahassee to
Washington, which unheeded have produced
the collapse of one of Florida's most renowned
fisheries the king mackerel.
While, understandable, Florida League of
Anglers had to earn credibility, it would appear
that it has amply demonstrated not only its
credibility, but its ability to foresee problems and --
predict consequences in this case and in matters
of law, as substantiated by the Supreme Court in
the Livings case.
The bottom line is that an intolerable conflict of
interest exists when commercial fishing interests i
sit in judgment on fishery management councils '
and commissions that assures the collapse not
only of Florida's $5 billion recreational fishery but
its commercial fishery as well.
It now remains to be seen whether the National A large Fabric and Carlp
Marine Fisheries Service's Southeast Regional Week at Cable Marine E
Director, aided by commercial interests on the Appliance, Accessory an
federal management councils, will continue to
refuse to recognize the obvious and dictate a
ridiculous allocation or closure to avoid the Cable Marine, Inc.
unthinkable BANNING THE NETS. Interior work with
Florida League of Anglers calls upon those around boats. Our
responsible for fishery management to have the competitive labor
intestinal fortitude to do what it has urged knowledge of fabric
RESTRICT THE TAKING OF KING MACKEREL TO quality yacht interior
HOOK AND LINE/ROD AND REEL throughout
Florida's territorial waters and the waters of the
Federal Conservation Zone, and impose such
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SEASONAL COTTAGE & DOCK (up to 45'
boat) on New River.Call Joann Rillera
Realtor Assoc. Coldwell Banker at
523-8440 or 761-1965(eve).
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1 bdrm., efficencies,
rooms. Pool, laundry, cable t.v., BBQ
super location. Wkly. or monthly.
Call 525-2223
WAREHOUSE SPACE for marine related
enterprises. We provide space, phone,
electric, compressed air & wholesale
materials & supplies. Parkins Marine
Inc. 525-7421 or 583-0688.


ECONOMICAL MARINA- Live-aboard Dock-
age from $180/mo. Showers, Laundry,
Restaurant. DRY STORAGE for Small
Boats from $30/mo. 584-2500.
ISLE OF VENICE- Live-aboards
Pool, Shower, Laundry, Cable, Phone.
Call 525-2223.
LAS OLAS- 103 Isle of Venice, Deep
water Liveaboard Sailboat Dockage,
Shower & Laundry facilities.491-2468
DOCKAGE 140' Deepwater Access
No fixed bridges. Water Elec. Avail.
PRIVATE Island 125 dollars Monthly
2655 Nassau Ln. Ft Ld (305)583-1845
Dockspace OFF NEW RIVER near 1-95
Ocean access. 581-2376, eve 583-2826
ISLE OF VENICE/LAS OLAS dockspace
for rent*Laundry*Heated Pool*Also
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Call 462-5515
STORAGE up to 45' ocean access
Phone 583-8749 before 3pm
ISLE of VENICE
Dockage available seasonal/yearly
486-1949
SEASONAL DOCK & COTTAGE (up to 45'
boat) on New River. Call Joann Rillera
Realtor Assoc. Coldwel Banker at
523-8440 or 761-1965 (eve).
Dock POMPANO BEACH ocean Access,
Near Federal Hwy. & Atlantic Blvd.
No Live aboard, 781-3887
ISLE OF VENICE- Sailboat only to 41'
110 power water individual parallel
docking security No Liveaboards
Annual $225 or $275 monthly 463-5621.
POMPANO- Deepwater, 150' off ICW
asking $5/ft. Liveaboard or storage
Call Ralph at 943-8880.


DOCKAGE No Liveaboards Very safe
Neighborhood Electricity Water
Reasonable up to 45' Ocean Access
Bob or Peggy 583-8749.
POMPANO- storage, $100/mo. 785-2257.
Up to 40' across from MARINA BAY.
Call 583-8358.
Dock for rent $150 Call 583-8358


GENERATORS- Westerbeke*Onan*Kohler*
Entec*Mariner: sold & installed at
competitive prices. Call for details
REPOWER SYSTEMS 462-3894.
15kw ONAN Diesel Brushless Excellent
condition Major Overhaul Warranty
90 days $3600 MARITIME MARINE 4678200
AKC LABRADOR RETRIEVER pups for sale
with papers. Call 522-2189.
ATOMIC 4 Engine for parts. $100
Call 583-8358.-
Tiller Master Remote $350
Call 583-8358.


2HP EVINRUDE for sale/Call 764-2348.


OUTBOARD MOTOR 4.5 Evinrude 1982
Only used 5 hours 966-2288 983-3210
Aries WINDVANE w/ spare rudder. $450
Call Fred @ 791-5888(D) 463-4974(N)
Onan used & rebuilt diesel GENERATORS
6kw $1750 *7.5kw $3250 *12kw with
sound shield $3750.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 462-3894
-For sale PERMA-CRAFT 32' Fiberglass
(1968). 2/318 Chrysler FWC newly awl-
gripped. Sleeps 4. Good Condition.
Graph Recorder & VHF. $18,000 OBO
Phone 463-6068.
2-ChrisCraft-Q-V8 Eng.FWC Complete,
excellent; Repowered.up. $1900 pr. or
will sell parts. 476-7595 leave message
SEARAY.244' twin 165hp. I/O's weekend-
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gain $6000. Call 753-8555.
10' F/G Yacht tender. Windshield, Fast
Wheel steer., seats 3, will take 25HP.
Unique! Cost $2500. Ask $1200.
Call 566-3648.
CHALLENGER 41' Ketch '78. Built for
president of Challenger at a cost of
224M. Loaded & mint. One-of-a-kind!
One owner. $89M. 566-3648.
1973 VIKSUND Norwegian Motor/Sailer
Ketch. 33' 3'10"Draft Immaculate
Volvo Diesel 36HP Elec/Manual start
New roller/furler system new batter-
ies. Full keel skeg mounted rudder.
Fibre-glass hull 8 berths Fridge/
Freezer. Boat ready to go. Try $37500
Phone Owner 305 524 1763 Ft Ldle.


32' Prairie Cutter 1979 Clean Good
Stong Cruising Boat. Priced for
Quick Sale $35,900. Call 761-8753
Ketch 49'6"x14'x6'6"- Successfully sea
tested w/ 2000+ naut. mi. Comm. 1981
ferro, Loran C, Radar, Knotmeter/Log,
Depth Finder, 1OOHP Diesel, VHF, $20k
in sails, aluminum masts & rig, inside
steering station, frig/freezer, 300gal.
water, 200 gals. diesel. Appraised at
$140,000-Buy Now at $58,000 or will
trade for real estate. Must be sold!
Owner disabled by illness. 8304 S.W
Park Dr., Stuart, FL 33497 or
Call 305-288-4469
SEARAY 241' twin 165hp. I/O's weekend-
er- V-bunks, head, small galley. Bar-
gain $6000. Call 753-8555.


BOAT WAXING- Fiberglass Repair. Ex-
terior Cleaning, Teak, Paint. 920-7896
CANVAS FACTORY- Flybridge covers,-
Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs
Mobile Truck will perform work at your
site. 493-6840.
REFRIGERATION-AIR CONDITIONING RE-
PAIRS & INSTALLATION-- service ALL
brands, 1 yr. warranty on BOTH parts
& labor, $25/hr., day or night, we
custom build most any type of unit or
DO-IT-YOURSELF, we sell what you .need
w/free advice. MEETING YOUR COOLING
NEEDS SINCE 1977. Call CUSTOM REFRIG-
ERATION 527-0540.
MICHAEL's MARINE SERVICE offers
custom woodworking, milling & yacht
maintenance to the waterfront com-
munity. Experienced & dependable
with complete shop & mobile facilities
Established in 1981. Call 765-1466.


MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe at 792-6092.


MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase &
insurance- Sail*Power. 20 yrs exp.
William Seager. Reasonable rates.
Tel. 791-8628
MARINE SURVEYOR & Consultant
Capt. Boyd Hildebrand 791-7612 Ft.L.
Marine CARPENTRY experienced
reasonable Yacht Husbandry Inc
Dave Weaver 467-2061
HULL CLEANING in the water. Call
Bob leave message 491-5963.
YACHT CAPTAIN- Power and sail, all
areas, available for charters, -
deliveries, as well as permanent
liveaboard position, excellent
references, 305-782-7495. Capt. Ed
Wiser.


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Call the WATERFRONT NEWS
to place a Classified ad:
524-9450


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James Sullivan professes a knowledge
of CELESTIAL NAVIGATION, LORAN-C &
PREP. for USCG OPERATOR's LICENSE.
Will teach same to seafarers for $12.
Call 462-2628.


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Florida MARINE INVENTORS meet every
other Friday (Dec. 20, Jan. 3 & 17)
7:30pm at the Village Well, Ft.Laud.
Informal rap sessions, no newsletters,
no chairmen, no bureaucracy, no join-
ing fees or dues. Call 763-3751.
"First Annual Short Masted Sailboat
Regatta & Tarpon River Cleanup"-
January 11-12, 1986, the Tarpon River
Civic Association will be meeting at
8am at 615 SW 8 Avenue (parking at
church) to go out and clean the banks
of the Tarpon River which winds thru
the neighborhood. They need volunteers:
Boy Scout Troops looking for conserva-
tion & community service projects,
folks with john boats and canoes, other
waterfront civic groups. Call Tom
Tobin at 463-6334.
The Waterways CRUISING CLUB is invit-
ing all boat and water loving people
to join in a worthwhile endeavor this
Christmas.
The club's Holiday Party will held
---on Thursday, Dec. 19th at 7:30pm at
Nathaniel's New River Tavern, 10 So.
River Dr. East, Ft. Lauderdale.
All who a-ttend are asked to bring a
gift for a nursing home resident. The
gift should cost between 3 & 5 dollars
and be wrapped: green for a man, red
for a lady.
You will meet new people, join in
a glass of holiday punch (there will
also be a cash bar), hors d'oeuvres,
and most important, make some elder-
ly, forgotten person remember the glow
of a Christmas long ago. Call Pat
Hick at 523-7487.
COASTAL WORKSHOP- Broward Soil &
Water Conservation District, The City
of Pompano Beach and The City of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea are sponsoring
a "Coastal Workshop" on December 17,
1985.Meeting at Laud.-by-the-Sea City
Hall, 4501 Ocean Blvd. (A1A),from
10:30am-1:30pm, there will be a $5
registration fee. The purpose of the
workshop wil be to share information
on beach re-nourishment, re-vegetation,
restoration, B.M.P.S., coastal plants
and two new innovations successfully
applied. In addition to speakers, there
will be slide presentations and hand-
outs. Immediately following the pro-
gram we will have a panel discussion
(questions & answers). An optional
beach tour (the Pompano Beach Project
featured last month in the Waterfront
News page 2) will be conducted 1:30pm.
Call 584-1306 for mor information.
The City of Fort Lauderdale will be
conducting a fact finding hearing on
the city's beach 7:30pm, Dec. 12 at
the Swimming Hall of Fame Auditorium.
Sasaki and Associates will be drafting
renovation plans for the beach based
largely on the input received at this
town meeting. Call &61-5259 for more
details.


V2) SOUTH FLORIDA DIVERS SCUBA CLUB .
P.O. Box #2091, Hollywood, FL. 33020
Meets First Wedesday of the month Deepwater House for sale ocean
at Howard Johnsons on Hollywood access no fixed bridges 2 bed 1 bath
Beach 7:30pm Screened in patio jacuzzi large
Lauderdale Isles
Greater Ft. Lauderdale BOARDSAILING Lauderdae Isles
A ....", n a-.n , ,... i ^ Assumable Mortgage 761-8977
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assu ociation, r.uD. 20u, rFt.L. 333U
Meets third Thursday of the month at
Riverside Hotel on Las Olas 7:30pm


GULFSTREAM SAILING CLUB
P.O. Box #1124
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33302
Phone: 462-4533
Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at
Oceanside Holiday Inn, AIA @LasOlas


CHRISTIAN SAILORwho are tired of
the booze'n cruise weekends are
invited to join the CHRISTIAN SAIL-
ING FELLOWSHIP. The CSF is family
oriented, with sailing on Friday
Evenings & Saturday. Holiday Weekends
and long cruises include Sunday
worship service raftups. Call John
or Ivy at 583-8358.
WATERWAY CRUISING RADFO CLUB meets the
3rd Thurs.of the month at the Riverside
Hotel, FtL, 11:30am. Call 943-1772.
FLORIDA LEAGUE OF ANGLERS,inc.
"The fish you like to fish need your
help."Contact: F.L.A., PO #1109,
Sanibel, FL 33957
INTERNATIONAL YACHTSMEN ASSOCIATION
MEETS THE 2ND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
8pm at Harbour Towne Marina in Dania
Phone: 523-8540.
The Atlantic Alliance for Maritime
Heritage Conservation.
P.O. Box #27272, Central Station
Washington, DC 20038


HELP WANTED- Advertising Sales.
Dade, Broward & Palm Beach
Call for interview 524-9450
WANTED: "Prep" person to get yachts
ready for varnish. Will train willing
dependable worker. Call Shari, eves.
761-3769.
WANTED: 11' Boston Whaler
reasonable condition call Tom after
4pm 761-8753
SITUATION: F. 1st MATE & Galley Slave
seeks mature capt. with boat for ext.
cruising. 305-972-2554.
Person will house-sit in your home
maintenance/security, waterfront
preferable. Call 524-9450 (Ken).
Attractive FEMALE MATE WANTED by
captain of charter yacht. Send
personal details & photo to Box528
1323 SE 17 St., Ft. Ldl 33.316.
WANTED SAILBOAT CREW, EXPERIENCED.
Ages 25-45 unmarried, for local
weekend cruising & racing on my beau-
tiful 50' F/G KETCH. Help w/ main-
tenance your only cost. For"Gung-Ho"
people. Call 566-3648.
RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
2- Receptionists- to take intakes &
answer phone for each day or 1 -
full day (total# need 5-10.
2- Case Workers for or full day
(total # needed 5-10).
2- Night duty workers.
2- Weekend workers (Sat. a.m. to Sun
a.m.; Sun a.m. to Mon a.m. ON CALL
for 24 hours.


CATALJNA CLUB.485-4316...... .... ........... YGENT.!.!... C.al!581-4221


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LHP Waterfront 3/2 No bridges Garden
Fruit. Asking $137K Owner 941-0386
POMPANO- Glamourous Cheerful
Waterfront Home Ocean Access under
12' Fed Hwy Bridge Dock Elec Water
Whips. Heated Pool/Spa in Screened
Patio. 2Bed 2Bath Cathedral Ceilings
$139,900 Bramley Inc Broker/Owner
782-7830
Reduced $20,000*Forced Sale*4 Bed
3 Bath*Japanese Spa & Garden*Exercise
Room*163' Dockage*No Fixed Bridges*
Award winning design. $185,000.
Call 583-1845 523-8490
SALE or RENT CONDOMINIUM TIMESHARE
Dec 21-28 Vero Beach resort, ocean
front pool resort*Consider power
boat or cabin cruiser $10,000 OBO
Week's usage $225. 583-1845*523-8490.
4 BDRM 3 Bath, Dock (98' on New River)
No fixed bridges to port. Pool. No
agents please. H.L. Gibson, trustee.
Call 305-781-8300.
HARBOR BEACH BEAUTY
Enjoy luxurious waterfront home with
spa in master suite, decked pool & spa-
cious, bright living area. Reduced to
$348,500. Associate 11oo Gruder-Keyes
Co. Call 563-5662.

ROBERT P. GARGANO
,m4 & Associates, Realtors
Sis l(305) 462-5770
1700 E. Los Olas Blvd., Suite 204
Fort Lauderdale, Flo. 33301
SPECIALIZING IN WATERFRONT REAL ESTATE
LIVING & WORKING ON THE NEW RIVER
CITRUS ISLES-Deepwater
3 Bdrm, 60' Dock, Great Yard, Spa & Deck
entertainment area..Only $124,500.
HARBOR BEACH-Ocean Access
4 Bdrm, 4 Both, 2 Story, private Oceanfront
Harbor Beach Surf Club. Asking $225,000-
Make Offer.

LANDINGS-Deepwater
No Fixed Bridges, 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath-Extra
Spacious Living Room-ONLY $209,500!!!

LAS OLAS ISLES--Deepwter
Townhouse with decked patio, to deepwater
dock for up to 50' yacht. 2 Bdrm, 2-1/2 Bath
with many chic designer features. $229,000.
RIVER REACH CONDOS-Deepwater
Dockage only $10.00'per foot per year! Golf
Tennis Pools Sauna 0 24 hr. Security.
1. New Building!! 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath--79,900.
Owner Motivated.
2. River Reach-One & Two Bdrms starting as
low as $59,000-Rentals also available.
VACANT LOT NEW RIVER* DEEPWATER* NO
FIXED BRIDGES!!! Zoned multi-family, city of Fort
Lauderdale R-3A which allows for "legal live-
aboard" dockage. Available as 1 lot for
$56,500, 2 lots for $105,500. All 3 lots for
$135,000!!!

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