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Columbus Day Regatta


by Jennifer B. Heit

The Columbus Day Regatta, Autumn's brightest
nautical event, marks its 33rd consecutive year
this month as the world's largest cruising boat
race.
On Saturday Oct. 11, 9a.m., racing classes will
cross a starting line in the vicinity of Dinner Key
Channel. The day's race ends near East Feather
Bank, resumes on Sunday and continues to the
official end when boaters reach the original
starting point back at Dinner Key Channel. A
special trophy presentation will take place Oct. 18
at the Coral Reef Yacht Club.
Entries are limited to 750 with a $30 entrance
fee for yachts registering before September 28th.
An extra $20 is required from entries postmarked
or delivered after that date until the Oct. 4
deadline.
During the past several years the Regatta has
been critized for its reckless nature, prompting
race officials to declare a crackdown.
"We only want to make sure that in the future
this event doesn't get stopped because of an
accident or injury," said Regatta chairman
Frederick Preston. "The Marine Patrol and park
rangers were really upset by some of the things,
they saw last year -- rightfully so."
Some of the things include a man who was
seriously injured when he fell off his own slow-
moving boat and an 18-month old child hurt by a
water balloon that hit him in the face.
Chairman Preston vows that anyone seen
throwing water balloons can forget about ever
being in the Regatta again.


In addition, a $50 citation will be issued to
violators breaking speed and water-balloon
restrictions.
To insure lawful conduct, a marked anchorage
at the raftup sight off Elliott Key will be policed by
park ranger and marine patrol boats. Two Dade
County paramedics and a doctor who specializes
in trauma surgery will also be available at the
anchorage.
Race officials say they are aiming for a fun, yet
safe family event.



COLUMBUS DAY REGATTA
Oct. 11-12, 1986
Final race instructions, starting times, course
information, Columbus Day Flag, Class Flag,
medallion, scratch sheet and card display
number will be included in the packet to be picked
up an signed for by each master or his
representative on Oct. 9 and 10th at the following
places:
Broward County: ........... Hillsboro Area
Lauderdale Yacht Club ........... Ken Batzer
1725 S.E. 12th St ........ 2410 N.E. 34th Court
FT. Lauderdale, FL ....... Lighthouse Point, FL
phone: 524-5508.............. phone:946-3467
For additional information, call F.W. Preston at
(Dade County) 375-7510 or Jeff Doyle (Broward) at
772-7246.
Packets not picked up by 2 p.m. on Oct. will be
delivered to Coral Reef Yacht Club for pick up
there after 6 p.m. on the 10th.


-o um e 3 ..r! *. u 8 sue 7


Columbus Day Regatta is the topic of Jennifer
Heit's cover story and Teri Cheney's illustration
this month...


Nathan Roberts has filed stories pertaining
to Port Everglades. Read about Port Commission
race on page 0, and see pieces on the new port
director, page 11...


The Riverwalk continues to make news. Catcl
M.G. Swift't article about a new hotel/apartment
complex proposed for Sailboat Bend's south bank
and details of a bond issue covering not only
Riverwalk but also Fort Lauderdale Beach's
revitalization, Swimming Hall of Fame and the
Discovery Center (page4)...


The Fort Lauderdale Hydroplane Regatta is slated
for October on the ICW north of the Las Olas
bridge (page 19 ..


Beaches are the topics of Craig Lustgarten's
"Boca Beach Battle" (page 5) and Jennifer Heit's
piece on Hollywood Beach redevelopment (page 8 ..


Fort Lauderdale's International Boat Show begins it
late October and runs into early November.
There's a news item on page 8...



UpIdate' : on the BOC Around the Woirl--
Singlehanded Sailing Race Challenge (Page7) follows
up an article in the last issue...




Also the America's Cup elimination heats begin
this month in Perth, Australia. Check the calendar
on the centerfold Tide-table and Marine
Community Calendar and the boxscore on page 6




Bryan Brooks recalls his days with the Police
Dive Team, page20...



There is a Mermaid at the Seaquarium according
to Al Plant on pagel6...



The pond apple island in the north Fork of New
River is revisited by Susan Coontz. Read her
report on page 17 ..



Rachel Leach and Nathan Roberts have teamed
up on a piece concerning the Broward Sheriff's
illegal "No Wake" signs on the ICW in northern
Broward County (page4) ...




South Florida's


TIDE TABLES
October1986 on page 12






SVolume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Waterfront News


Letters


Dear Editor.
Over the past several years, I have been
concerned about the overgrowth of trees along
our canals. These trees grow out from the
seawalls and block more than half of the
available space. This makes navigation blind
spots, which are extremely dangerous. These
areas are also home base for alligators. I've seen
people walk in the canals at low tide and they are
unaware the gators lurk here.
The canals should be dredged so there is more
room for boats. This would make it deeper for
boat motors to prevent scraping or breaking the
motor. Boat safety under the bridges would also
benefit from this. For example, when I make my
way to a bridge on Oakland Park, I have to swing
all the way into shallow water because of these
overgrown trees.
The silt has filled up the channels of the canals
and boats, fish, gators, and manatee compete for
space. Who is to keep the canals in good
condition? Is it the Army Corp of Engineers, the
Community or the property owner? Can.we have
something done about this?

Jim Karaitis
Oakland Park
Editor's Note:
The city of Oakland Park has jurisdiction over
the Fork of the Middle River that Mr. Karaitis
refers to in his letter. Harry Wimberly, director of
public service for that Broward County
municipality, indicates that the overgrowth can
be trimmed back if it is obstructing the channel's
right-of-way and if it is not mangrove. Mangrove
may not be disturbed. Mr. Wimberly urges Mr.
Karaitis to contact his office at 561-6280 and an
inspection of the waterway will be arranged.

Gentlemen:
Please accept this small token of our
appreciation of the outstanding contribution by
Waterfront; News in support'of our efforts to
* educate and inform the boaters of Broward
County for the 1986 hurricane season.
Without your dedicated support, we could not
begin to hope to reach the community with this
i vital information.
My sincere thanks for all your help.

Arthur M. St. Amand, director
Broward County Emergency Preparedness
Division


Volunme3 Issue 7 October 1986
Copyright by Ziegler Publishing Co., Inc., 1986
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Editor:
I write to bring to your attention an issue of
great concern, specifically to the Miami marine
community, and generally to all of us who live in
this area. At stake is the survival of Biscayne
Bay's only full service boatyard/marina, Merrill-
Stevens Dry Dock Company, in Coconut Grove,
situated on prime waterfront property leased
from the City of Miami. The lease has expired and
the City if exploring other uses for the land to
produce higher revenues. Merrill-Stevens has
been advised that it will be dispossessed with 90
days notice when the City determines the future
disposition of this site. It is imperative that the
marine community voice its conviction that a full
service marina/boatyard in the Dinner Key area
is central to the ambience and quality of life
which makes Miami and Coconut Grove unique.

Michael T. Moore, Esquire
chairman of government relations committee
The Marine Council
Miami, Florida


Ask Big Al

Dear Al
I have electric fuel pumps on my engines. Never
have trouble with my port engine. Runs swell. The
starboard runs ok, until the engine gets hot, then
quits. I've replaced the pump and have noticed the
pump gets real hot before it stops. What's
happening to cause pumps to get hot and fuel to
stop pumping then?

Howard

Dear Howard
: Usually 'a bad or clogged filter will stop fuel
frtm: reaching the pump and a dry pump will
overheat and stop Fuel going through the'pump
Helps cool it. Placement of the pump is critical.
The best place.is near the fuel tank and not on the
engine as a hot engine or exhaust manifold will
give you vapor lock or boil the gas at.the pump. I
would check the fuel filters and pump for grounds
and proximity to heat.


Dear Al
My boats moving along fine. Suddenly, my
engine speeds up but my boat doesn't. I throttle
down and start again. Everything isfine again.
Maybe an' hour or two later I may have the same
thing all over again. Al, what's happening?

Joe

Dear Joe
I would bring my prop in and.have it re-hubbed.
The rubber bushing in the hub is bad, needs
replacing


Waterfront News:
With reference to Nathan Roberts "Summer is
winding down but Waterfront keeps boiling",
(Waterfront News, August-September 1986, page
5), Why don't you look (for "Fecal matter, toilet
paper, soap suds and noxious odor" in the canals
by Hendricks Isle instead of quoting letters to City
Hall).
I would suggest a pumping station would cost
about $500 rather than "$60,000 minimum"
estimated by Mr. Roberts. The problem is where
do you put it? Besides Pier 66, Lauderdale Marina
has had a holding tank pump out station for
years.

Bob Cox
Watertown, New York


Letters

1224 S.W. 1st Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315
or hone 305-524-9450.


Dear Al
The other day while out fishing with myfriends
the engine on my I/O cut out completely. I had
plenty of fuel in my tank and in my carburetor. I
found I was getting no juice to my points or coil.
After being towed in we found a broken wire at my
key switch. 's there any way I could have jury-
rigged a hot lead to get the engine started so that I
wouldn't have needed a tow?

Sol

Dear Sol
Yes, you can hot wire your boat engine if the
coil, condensor and points are ok. If the, key
switch is gone or console board or fuse block is
blown, a hot lead from the battery or solinoid to
the resistor or coil will work: Make sure you use
the "plus" (+) side of the battery or the lead in on
the coil or resistor block. Two clips with a wire in
between are all, that you need. Activate the
solinoid with a screw driver or wire to spin the,
starter with wire and clips attached. To stop the
engine disconnect at the hot-end and repair that
broken lead.
Al
IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM OF ANY KIND WITH YOUR
BOAT. WRITE TO:
"BIG AL"
c/o Waterfront News
1224 S.W. 1st Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315
(or call 524-9450)
(Big Al, a.k.a. Alvin Grodsky, is a Marine Engine Instructor
for the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He is an aircraft pilot and
former United States Marine Corps Engine' Maintenance
Instructor and an Instructor of Engines and Maintenance
for the U.S. Government as a civilian. Al has over fifty
years of marine engineering experience, from steam oL)


Editor:
Editorial
Assistant:
Illustrators:


John Ziegler

Ed Wiser
Teri Cheney. Lauri'Cahill,
Bob Barrientos, Julie Gepfrich,
Lori Hlavso


Advertising Ken Simkin (Ft. Lauderdale)
Specialists: Linda Newman (S. Broward & Dade)
Cy Malone (N. Browaid & Palm Bch.)
Reporters: Nathan Roberts (At Large)
Craig Lusgarten (North Broward)
Jennifer Heit (South Broward)
Photographer: Greg Dellinger
Carriers: Tom Gepfrich, Jason Welles,
Bud Alcott, Scott'Moore,
n'~ Darin Gleichmann, Kelly Alcott,
Jeff Prosje, Swen Neufeldt,
Matt Moore, Patrick Gillis,
Todd Clarke, John Metzger,
Charles Metzger, Gail,Johnson,
Steven Bunker, Richard Sutcliffe,
,~..J8 T, Brett Anderson, Todd Reasoner
THE WATERFRONT NEWS welcomes stories, art and
photos. THE WATERFRONT NEWS is not responsible for
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material. THE WATERFRONT NEWS retains first rights
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Riverwalk, Beach And Swimming Hall On Bond Issue


FORT LAUDERDALE -- Citizens for a Greater Fort
Lauderdale kicked off their campaign to garner
support for the City's November 4 general
obligation bonds with a rally and news
conference at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, November
18 at the Museum of Art.
Congressman E. Clay Shaw, Co-Chairman of
Citizens for a Greater Fort Lauderdale,
emphasized the importanceto all Fort Lauderdale
residents of passing the bond issues, in a speech
via satellite from Washington, D.C.
"These bond issues give us the opportunity to
channel outr growth to a quality of life that will
make us unique among cities," says Shaw.
In May of this year the City Commission
appointed a 15 member citizens committee to
advise them on projects to be included in a
General Obligation Bond package to be presented
to the elecorate in November. In arriving at their
recommendations, the Committee was guided in
large part by the City's Mission Statement and
our goal of becoming the best City of our size in
America. Parameters were established early on
to ensure that all projects:
were capital improvements that exceeded
$100,000 in cost;
would promote community pride;
have economic value and/or impact;
would improve the a quality of life in Fort
Lauderdale;
would have City-wide impact;
would have aesthetic value; and
would not cause overlap and redundancy
with other governmental entities.
In addition, the Committee gave consideration
to the operational cost and impact of each
project. Questions'which continuously emerged


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should it be funded from general revenue?
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project?
Can other governmental entities fund or
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The Committee consistently expressed concern
that projects proposed for inclusion not include
any items which could be cosntrued as operation.


The City Commission accepted the Committee's
recommendations and made only one change in
the proposed bond package. They areed to place
the bond issue proposal on the ballot in the
November 4, 1986 general election. While the
Committee hoped that the entire list of projects
could be placed before the voters as a single
entity, the City has.been advised by bond counsel
that the projects must be broken down into six
categories in order to comply with statutory
requirements. The categories are: Parks &
Recreation, Riverwalk, Neighborhood and the
Discovery Center for Science and Technology.


Intercoastal Back To Normal Speed, For Now


by Rachel Leach
If you were confused about the "No-Wake" zone
north of Hillsboro Inlet this summer, you were not
alone. Many boaters wondered where the eight
mysterious "No-Wake" signs came from and -if
they were enforceable. One June 6, Sheriff Nick
Navarro took it upon himself to erect the signs
without the approval of the appropriate
authorities; namely the state Department of
Natural Resources, the U.S. Coast Guard and the
Broward County Commission. Although the
County Commission has applied to the DNR for
the no-wake zone, the final decision is still
pending. The signs were not legal without the
approval of the State Cabinet. It is expected that
the proposal will go before the Senate sometime
in late September.
The DNR recently conducted a survey that
revealed 18 boating accidents occurring from
April 1983 to April 1986. But instead of providing a


solution to these maritime mishaps, the
unauthorized signs created yet another problem.
Since police officers weren't enforcing the signs
in question, boaters weren't sure where the
restricted zone ended and the unrestricted zone
began. Therefore, boaters sped past genuine
no-wake signs mistaking them for the
unauthorized ones.
Lighthouse Point Mayor Albert E. Fletcher, Jr.
disagreed with the Sheriff's decision to install the
signs. Fletcher and the Florida Marine Patrol
requested Sheriff Navarro to order the removal of
the signs and on Friday, August 8, their requests
were granted. All eight of the unauthorized signs
are gone. So if you see a "No-Wake" sign
anywhere, it's the real McCoy and it would be in
your best interest to obey it. Until the state
Department of Natural Resources and the Coast
Guard approve the restricted zone, that stretch of
intercoastal from. Hillsborough Inlet north to
Deerfield will be unrestricted.


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N ew s Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 oterfront News 5


Hotel & Apartment Complex
Proposed For Sailboat Bend
FORT LAUDERDALE- Hailed as a major
component of the Riverwalk plan, developers last
month proposed their intention to build a luxury
hotel and twenty-story apartment complex on the
south bank of the New River across from the
planned Performing Arts Center and Chinnock
Marine's boat yard. The projected construction
site is 1.2 acres at Sailboat Bend, just east of the
Seventh Avenue Bridge.
The $25 million waterfront project would offer
Fort Lauderdale's downtown its first
highrise apartment. There have been no major
downtown housing developments built in twenty
years, according to city officials.
The complex will face the Performing Arts
Center. Developers say the hotel will complement
the arts center by housing its visitors and touring
performers, shuttling them by water taxis back
and forth across the New River.
A twenty-story, sixty-unit apartment tower; an
eight-story, twenty-eight-unit apartment
building; and a ten-story, one hundred and
twenty-two-room hotel would make up the
proposed Riverwalk project. Plans also call for an
outside riverfront cafe, glass walls at the lobby
level, and a restaurant and bar overlooking the
river.
Others have proposed a "marine village" for the
site, however, they lacked the financial backing
and detailed plans put forward by the developers
of the hotel/apartment complex. And though the
city had incorporated a "marine shopping village"
in their Riverwalk plans, city planners seem very
receptive to the hotel idea. As Chuck Ritchie, Ft.
Lauderdale city Planning Director, put it, "We've
been waiting a long time for this!"


Boca Beach Battle


by Craig Lustgarten
The City of Boca Raton's plan to renourish its
badly eroding coastline is being thwarted by the
Department of Environmental Regulation's (DER)
refusal to issue the required construction permit
for the project.
The reasons behind the DER's refusal to issue
the permit for the renourishment project,
according to Debra Getzoof, Deputy General
Counsel for the regulatory agency, are "site
specific concerns about the biological resources
in that area and the appropriateness of that
location for beach nourishment given the
resources that would be destroyed by the
project."
Getzoff continued, "We (DER) don't believe the
erosion in the area is severe enough to warrant
this type of project, and to the best of our
knowledge that was never a very wide beach at
that location."
An administrative hearing on the matter is set
for September 30, in Boca Raton, at which time
attornies for both sides will have a complete
opportunity to present their respective cases
before a hearing officer, who will then file his
recommendations with the Secretary of the DER.
The DER Secretary then has 45 days to make final
judgement on the project.
SAn interesting twist to the whole issue is an
attempt by the Florida Department of Natural
Resources (DNR) to intervene on Boca Raton's
Behalf. A key witness for the City from the DNR is
scheduled to testify at the upcoming hearing.
So, in this dispute, the forces, that are pushing
for the project's go ahead include the DNR, the
Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement


Trust Fund (represented by Governor Graham and
Cabinet members), and of course, the City of Boca
Raton.
Those forces opposing the project include the
DER, the Audubon Society of the Everglades, Inc.,
and another environmental group called SAVE
(Save and Protect our Aquatic Resources and
Environment).
The City of Boca Raton wants to restore the
beach baseline back to its former condition in the
year 1929, which will help provide Route A1A with
increased protection from storms and will
replenish the eroding shorelines of Spanish River
and Red Reef Parks.
Rick Spadoni, a coastal engineer for the City of
Boca Raton, discussed the nature of Boca's
erosion problem. He related that the City has lost
a half-million cubic yards of sand over the past 11
years, which has resulted in the narrowing of the
beach and the front part of its sand dunes.
As part of their plan to restore the beach to its
former state, Boca's engineers have found a
deposit of sand offshore that matches the grains
currently found on the 1.6 mile shoreline and
which therefore could be utilized for the
replenishing process of a number of times.
Spadoni relates that the City of Boca is
confident that it will win its battle to go ahead
with the renourishment project and that perhaps
a settlement can be reached in the matter before
the administrative hearing takes place.
"Based on the other two erosion cases (Key
Biscayne and Captiva Island), our arguments are
even stronger than those of the pro-restoration
factions in those cases, and I expect we will also
win," declared Spadoni.


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6 Volume 3 Issue 7 Cdtober 1986 Waterfront News Sailing


The Women's Yacht Racing Association of
Miami will again sponsor a women's race week to
be held January 10 14, 1987 at Coral Reef Yacht
Club in Miami on Biscayne Bay.
This year's race week will be structured as a
tune-up regatta designed for women strongly
motivated to improve their racing and their
ability to work together as a team perhaps in
preparation for the Adam's Cup or the Second
International Women's Keelboat Championship.
While not necessary, groups are encouraged to
come together as a crew and work as a team.


Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club (HISC) completed
it's five race 1986 Summer Series on August 24.
The series began in late July, with five race on
five consecutive weekends. The summer series is
one of five race series conducted year-round by
HISC. Intended to be a fun series, in addition to the
normal round the buoys races, the summer series
includes a singlehanded race and a couples race.
This year the club added a twilight race to their
summer series. The twilight race was run on a
Saturday evening, with the course length
adjusted so that the yachts would finish at dusk.
Turnout for the series was good for this
typically light-air series. Competition was
conducted in two classes, PHRF and a club-
handicapped Performance Class. In total, ten
yachts competed for the PHRF awards, and 17
boats participated in the Performance Fleet. In
addition to the series trophies for first, second,
and third place in each Class, individual trophies
were awarded for the first three boats in each
class for the singlehanded and couples races.
The HISC racers are now competing their 1986
Fall Race Series, which began on Sunday
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7 Mistral Pearson 39
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Scott Loesel. 4:75
Earl Jones 6.75
Gary Norton 9.0
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Jim Durr 13.0
Bob Sillivan 14.0
Stan Greenblath 15.0

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Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Completes Summer Series






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Singlehanded Around the World Race Update


As of September 18,1986, 0937 GMT:


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$1000 in cash prizes will be awarced to the top
finishing boats ($600 to first, $300-second and
$100-third) in addition to other prizes and
trophies. Neurofibromatosis (NF) will again be
the charity this year.
The tournament weigh-in will be at Bahia Mar's
"H" dock, where the awards ceremony will also be
held. A kick-off party is planned for Thursday,
October 13th at Lauderdale Yacht Club. There will
be lot s of door prizes & refreshments.
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Lauderdale's Boat Show

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- More than $200 million
worth of boats and marine related accessories
and equipment will transform Bahia Mar Resort &
Yachting Center into a marine showcase rated the
4th largest boat show in the world. In fact, this
Show is the largest in-water boat show
anywhere, and in 1986 will again break records
in net square meters of exhibit space.
This year the Fort Lauderdale International
Boat Show introduces for the first time anywhere
the "Old Florida Fishing Village", creatively
designed to capture the atmosphere of an old
Florida fishing camp. Exhibitors inside the Village
will display a multiplicity of fishing boats, lures,
rods, reels and other equipment and accessories
for both fresh and salt water fishermen.
The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is
owned and sponsored by the Marine Industries
Association of South Florida, managed and
produced by Yachting Promotions, Inc. of Fort
Lauderdale. The Show opens October 30 at Bahia
Mar & Resort & Yachting Center and runs through
November 3rd.
Show hours are noon to 10:00 p.m. Thursday,
October 30, 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday,
October 31 and Saturday, November 1, 10:00 a.m.
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position stronger than the trade show market.
The television position is based on dollars for
sales to general audiences. For industry to
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other medium.
Sales at trade shows are faster and less costly
than anywhere else. Today, the average
industrial sales call costs S205 to close, while to
close a sale at the show costs only a fraction, or
about S90. These are the latest figures from the
Trade Show Bureau.
It might be of interest to note that the Bureau
also reports the trade show industry as a fifteen
billion dollar industry annually. Approximately
half the amount spent on travel, accommodations
and restaurants with the other half spent on
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one product, one service or one idea primary. In a
sense, your booth is similar to a bill-board on the
highway. People walking down the isle need to
identify with a primary target. Once this target
gets them to your booth, other devices, such as
additional information, more product display or
salespersons can introduce your full spectrum of
wares. Try never to put obstructions between you
and your prospect. This is the most common
mistake made by small booth exhibitors. The
whole reasoning behind trade shows is to allow
exhibitors to have an office away from home, a
place to meet and discuss business with clients,
old and new. You want your clients in YOUR office
(booth), attentive to your products and services
and not distracted by competitors. Do not put a
table between you and your client. Instead, put
your products against the back wall of your
exhibit space. Force the client into your area.
Position yourself, that when talking, your client
has to look into your booth. Force him to see your
company identification, your company graphics,
your company services and your company
products. Your space is expensive. Utilize it to its
best advantage. Never allow your prospect to
gaze into the isles unless you want to loose his
attention and interest. No product is visual
competition for an isle.! Rememberthat seventeen
(17) percent of the people at shows are shy. Allow
for this by placing your business cards and your
literature close to the isle. This lets the shy person
get to know you through print material rather
than actual physical confrontation. It's politeness
on your part and is appreciated by a large
segment of your buying potential.


Regarding a sales personality for the show.
You can drop everything that you've learned from
most sales training programs. Selling at a boat
show is far different from cold calls, industrial
calls made by appointment and especially
telephone sales calls. The people you meet at
trade shows have spent a lot of money to meet
you. Trade shows are the truest definition of the
buyer wanting to meet the seller. Your client has
spent a bundle on air transportation, ground
transportation, hotel accommodations,
restaurants and registration and a host of
peripherals just to meet you, investigate your
services and study your products. Of course he is
doing the same with your competition. The last
thing this person wants to be confronted with is a
"step-by-step" sales pitch. He probably already
has a good idea of your offerings. He is in a
dynamic mood and wants to make a decision. Be
sincere. Answer his questions with directness
and brevity.
Always be prepared to offer detailed
information when appropriate. During the time
you are with your client, please allow him to
touch and handle your products. Give him as
much "hands-on" as possible. While he is in this
mode, educate him with the advantages and
features of your product. You haven't lost him if
he leaves your booth with, "Thank you, I'll see you
again." He means it. He just wants to check out
the competition and unbeknown to him, he'll
carry the impression you make with him. add itto
what he wants from your product and then make
his final decision. The most important element at
a boat show is the salesperson. Never forget that
and you'll do just fine!


Evaluation could be tough! But not for you. You
remembered to set measureable and reasonable
objectives which you met and hopefully
exceeded. You presented yourself in a neat. well
lighted booth with primary offerings highlighted.
You did'nt push yourself. You got plenty of rest
before the show, only worked the booth while
alert and helpful, and above all kept a sincere
attitude toward all-comers. Successful first-
timers, like yourself always take advantage of
meeting other exhibitors and exchanging
observations. Talk to the exhibitors who did not
do well at the show. Don't just sympathize with
their misfortune, use gut feelings to evaluate why
they did poorly while others were successful.
Spend as much time as possible with the
successful exhibitors. Watch them closely. You
can learn a ton.
Above all remember this. Shows are fun,
although exhausting. Boat Shows can be a shot in
the arm to an otherwise lack lustre year. Also,
your best salesperson can only get to about 17%
of your potential audience. The least successful
show introduces you to 25% of your market that
you've never met.



Editor's Note:
David Matteson has been designing trade show
exhibits since 1961. His award winning firm has
consulted and managed boat show presentations
for such marine companies as Mako, Hatteras,
Riva and BUC International. Mr. Matteson's
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Commerce


Port


Due


by Nathan L. Roberts
With Port Commissioner Stan Harris roundly
rejected by Democratic Party voters in his Sept. 2
Primary bid for re-election -- having been
suspended from office nine days earlier by Gov.
Bob Graham following a felony arrest for carrying
a concealed firearm and other weapons charges -
- his seat is being hotly contested in the Sept. 30
run-off by former U.S. Merchant Marine officer
David Block and Democratic Party fund-raiser
Betsy Krant. The winner of the run-off will face
Republican Bob Barber in the Nov. 4 general
election. Barber served as a. Port Commissioner
from 1980 to 1984.
Commission Chairman Mike Marinelli, who
was unapposed in the Primary, will face
Republican Roberta Elder in November. Elder is
an owner with her husband of a port-based
trucking firm an an import company.
The run-off between Block and Krant is
something of a one-sided donnybrook with Block
throwing all punches, while it is a toss-up as to
who is the heavy-hitter -- Krant, for example
for example having spent $14,000 on her initial
Primary race to Block's $900 -- Block has been
flailing away at the lady as unqualified to sit on
the commission. She has not public replied to
nim, nor, for that matter, to Waterfront News
which asked her to comment on Blocks charges.
While he holds it admirable that Krant has a
bachelor's degree cum laude from Harvard-
Radcliffe and a master's degree in education from
Harvard's Graduate School of Education, and
acknowledges her work as the fund-raiser in
Broward for Gov. Bob Graham in his run to unseat
U.S. Sen. Paula Hawkins, he says that "her
qualifications are almost totally unrelated to the
office of Port Commisioner."
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Charter, never inquired about the master plan for
port expansion, didn't know she was goind to be a
candidate until a few days before qualifying and
refuses to debate me though I gave her the option
of format, (namely) time and place."
"The Port generates $500 million into the
Broward County economy each year," Block
declares. "It's not on the job training we need as a
port commissioner."
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makers and that making policy doesn't require
one to know how to dock a ship.
Krant is a member of the Judicial Nominating
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member of the Headmaster's Advisory Board of
Pine Crest School, and Honorary Trustee of the
Museum of Art, was a teacher for six years,
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years, is a member of the Broward AFL-CIO
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Much depends on the outcome of the
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Harris, and on November's final face-off for that
seat and the one presently held by Mike Marinelli.
Should Block and Marinelli emerge the victors,
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Should Republicans Barber and Elder win the
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Republican Primary the Port Everglades
Authority will be a new fish in the sea, for sure.
Already, there is a new Port Director and, for the
first time, four shipping firms have acquired berth
space in the port even though they will not use ILA
members to load and unload their ships.
Is it that the wind has started to change
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Marine Industry Awards
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Last month the Marine Industries Association
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firms Hatteras of Lauderdale, Marine Air
Systems of Pompano and Transmission Marine
Inc. Annually, the MISAF awards a retailer,
manufacturer and service. The Pompano Fishing
Rodeo received, a special award for its efforts
building a reef and promoting area fishing.
Hatteras of Lauderdal is building a new multi-
million dollar boat yard on the New River in the
heart of Fort Lauderdale's Riverwalk district.
Named the MIA's retail business of the year,
Hatteras employes over on -hundred people.
The manufacturer of the year in the opinion the
local trade organization is Marine Air Systems of
Pompano. Specializing in marine air
conditioning, refrigeration and chilled water
systems, the company has grown from eight to
sixty-five employees.
The marine industry named Transmission
Marine, Inc the service firm of the year. It is
located just northwest of Fort Lauderdale's
downtown.

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Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Waterfront News i 4


New Port Director, Begins Oct. 15
by Nathan L. Roberts


The man picked by the Port Everglades
Commission to be the port's new director, C.
Thomas Burke of Cleveland, 0., knows that he's
about to step into a very slippery job. The last
man to hold the job was fired nine months ago.
James Conolly was canned because he differed
with the port commission on the issue of a multi-
million dollar bond issue and because
commissioners objected to some of his personal
behavior. There have been other directors whose
tenure was short-lived.
The incoming director is well aware of the Port
Commission's revolving door reputation for
hiring and firing port directors. In his
negotiations for the job, Burke mentioned this to
the commissioners by way of asking and getting
a two-year contract. He didn't get the salary he
requested, $92,000 per annum, but he got very
close to it, the sum of $90,000 or $18,000 more
than he was getting as director of the Port of'
Cleveland. Burke will begin work on October 15.
All told, there were seven finalists out of 60 who
applied. All were screened by Mercer/Slevin, Inc.,
an executive search firm. Of the seven finalists,
three were from Broward County. Two of the Port
Commissioners objected to this line-up,
Commissioner Alan Marks recorded as saying "It
almost seems stacked toward a local
personality."
The three Broward finalists were Pompano
Beach City Manager James Soderlund, 50; Acting
Port Director James Phifer, also 50, who was
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54, who was a director of port operations before
leaving in 1981 as a result of a dispute with the old
port director.
Quigley's candidacy drew from some quarters
because of his reputed pro-unionism. He was said
to be a friend of Port Commissioner Walter
Browne, a well-known union leader who
represents organized labor on the commission as
an appointee of the governor. Quigley was also
said to be a friend of Joel Alesi, the port's
operations director who is also a union official.
Quigley replied to all this by saying that
friendships wouldn't cause him to favor unions if
he were named port director.
The out-of-town finalists were Ernest Bauer, a
vice-president of the TRG Group, a Virginia
transportation company, and a former executive
with the Port of New York Authority; Joseph
Gontarski, a member of the Gulf Transportation
Development Company which helps in the
operation of the Port of Tampa, and Martin Pilsch,
Jr., a shipping company manager and former
Massachusetts Port Authority director.

Burke, who was a speechwriter for the late
Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey, leaves a
$72,000 job as director of the Port of Cleveland. He
has been a port executive in New York and Duluth,
Minn. His selection as Broward's new port
director was opposed by only one commissioner,
Chairman Mike Marinelli, who favored Pompano
Beach City Manager James Soderlund.


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The Chapman School of Seamanship has
opened a branch office in Fort Lauderdale in
conjunction with Moss Yachts. John R. Head, a
recent graduate in Chapman's new course in
yacht surveying, has been assigned to the Fort
Lauderdale Office as the South Florida co-
ordinator. The course will include "How to buy a
boat" seminars for prospective yacht buyers.
For details call (305) 527-5441.

Boat Owners Warehouse are planning to open
their new branch in Riviera Beach, September4th.
This new branch is located at 2230, Broadway,
telephone (305) 845-7777. or call the Fort
Lauderdale store for further information. (305)
463-4307. Many specials and discounts will be
featured at the Grand Opening.

Repower Systems inc, announce their new
premises. Expanding business caused the move
to 3355 S.W. 2nd. Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Fla.
33335. Five years after its inception, the firms
Westerbeke business has now the largest turn-
over in South Florida. The Company also
specializes in Onan And Mariner engines. Further
details (305): 462-3894.

Houston Marine Training Center opened their
45th branch last month in Fort Lauderdale.
This organization, started in 1972 in New Orleans.
now includes Hawaii, the Great Lakes. American
Virgin Islands, amongst its wide-spread
activities. There is also a branch in Pompano
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12 Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Worerfronr News COMM UNITY CRLENDF


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednes

S The tide table datum is based on the New River
at the Andrews Avenue Bridge. Data can be
adjusted for other locations by using the "Time
Adjustments to Tide Table" in the low -ightitand
corner of this calendar. Call 524-9450 for more
information
TIME ADJUSTMENTS TO TIDE TABLE
South Florida Divers General Meet
High Beach, 7:30 p.m.
Low .Home Pool Water Safety Course, Tue
Boca Inlet ....................... 08 Minutes ........................ --117 7pm for 3 weeks, Stranahan
Deerfield Beach .................. 12 ........ .......... 11 certification fee, Call John Barbar
Hillsbo Inlet ........ ....... -31 .................... ........ 50 Dry Coastal Ecosystems course, 6:2
....................Dania Call 475-7488
Bahia M ai .... .. .. ..... .......... 20 ...................... ........... 18 Marine Electronics course thru Dec
Port Ever il ,t .................. -45 ............. ...... ....... ...... -62 Seaport Planetarium. Call 203-57:
Dania Cut Of ...................... -45 ....... ..................... 1-28
Davie B, i. .............. ..... 4U .. .......................... i40 HIGH +2.5'
Haulover Inlet ......... .. .. ...... 38 .................... ........ TIM E 0153 0745
Government Cut (Mianir) .. ........ -99 ............................... -116 LOW 0.6


5 6 7 8
Put the Waterfront
SLifesaving & Water Safety Instructor Red Cross Courses organization's mailing list 12
America's Cup Heat A, 1st Round elimination, thru Oct. Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays for 4 weeks, Fort Lauderdale. FL 33315
20th. Perth, Australia Stranahan Pool, Ft. Lauderdale Call Bob Payne 4840930. Catalina. Saling Association Bro
Car Rally, 10 am, Red Cross Disaster Relief, Call 581- Boating Safety Course, Hollywood U.S. Coast Guard location to be announced, call 97
4221x18. Auxiliary 8 pm, 3550 Hollywood Blvd, Rm#220. Call Secure Boat Crime Alert Seminar,
A Taste of Broward Food Festival, 11 am-5 pm, C.B. Smith 922-1391 (days) or 962-3949 (eves.) River Tavern, Fort Lauderdale, (ne
Park. Pembroke Pines, benefitting MDA, Call 962-4117 Boating Skills Course, 8 pm Ft. Lauderdale U.S. Coast Noon Time Concert Courtyard Plaza, Main Library, Fort Office), call 761-5423
Bay Brunch Canoe Trip, Call 375-1492 Guard Auxiliary, 601 Seabreeze Blvd, Call 463-0034. Lauderdale, Nutones, Steel bands Marine Community Awards, 5:30t
Miami Boat Show In the Grove, Coconut Grove Exhibition CPR Red Cross Course, 9 am -1 pm, Mondays & Music Makers.9:30 am, Discovery Center, Ft. Lauderdle, Federal Hwy. Pompano call Week
Center, Miami, thru Oct. 6th 11 am-8 pm Wednesdays, 7 weeks, Stranahan Pool, Ft. Lauderdale, ages 4 to 6, $10 Home Pool Water Safety Cours
SSalvation Army Parade, 9:30 am; Workship Service 10:45 $17 Red Cross tee, Call John Barbare 761-5400. Red Croww Standard 1st Aid 9 am-1 pm Tuesdays & Wednesdays for 3 weeks. a 15 Re
am; lunch 12:30 pm; 100 SW 9 Ave, Ft. Lauderdale Call Miami Boat Show in the Grove Coconut Grove Exhibition Thursdays for 2 weeks at Stranhan Pool, Ft. Lauderdale, Stranahan Pool, Ft. Lauderdale
Karen Humphreys ,t 524-6995 Center, last day, 4-10 pm $17 Red Cross course fee. Call John Barbare at 761-5400 5400.
HIGH +3.0' +28' +3.0' 2.8' +2.9' 2.7' +
TIME 0434*1036*1702*2245 0516*11i22*1747 2330 0604*1213*1836 0018*0654*13
LOW -0.1' +0.3' -0.1' +0.4' 0.0' +0.5' +0.1

12 Columbus Day 13 Canada Day Columbus Day 1 15
(traditional) (observed)


Gulf Stream Sailing Club general meeting 7:30 pm, Holiday
Inn A1A & Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale 792-1521
Gourmet Canoeing at Tugboat Annie's Dania 5:45 pm Call Baynanza '88 Coral Reef Snorke
Ft Lauderdale Power Boat Regatta ICW at Las Olas Call 771- Sibyl Robbins 761-5419 Glass Bottom Boat Trip, Biscayr
3222 Belly Dancing for Mature Women, Holiday Park Social Noon Time Concert, Courtyard Plaza, Main Broward Thru October 19th Call 662-4124
Ottobre Italiano Ciao. T-Y Park Hollywood, Call 961-4430 Annex Fort Lauderdale Call 761-5394 county Library, Ft. Lauderdale Gary Lawrence Dixieland. Home Pool Water Safety Court
Electric island Run, 15K, 7:30 am, Miami Beach, Call 946- The Magic of Neon, Smithsonian Exhibition, Discovery Call 761-5376 .Wednesdays for 3 weeks $15Re
7785 (Broward) 477-3437 (ade) Center, Ft. Lauderdale 462-4116 Boating Skills Course Hollywood U.S.C.G. Aux. 8 pm 3550 Stranahan Pool, Fort Lauderdal
Baynanza '86, Cape Florida Lighthouse Tour, 662-4124 U.S. Sailboat Show Annapolic Maryland, last day Hollywood Blvd, Rm#220. Call 922-1391 or 962-3949 eves. 761-5400
thru October 19th Baynanza' 86, Seaport & Miami River Fisheries Market Baynanza'86 Artificial Reef Public Forum, 7 pm Metro Dade Michel Petruclannl at Musi
Columbus Day Regatta, day two. Tour thru October 19th Call 662-4124 Center Lauderdale thru October 16th
HIGH +2.3' +2.5' +2.5' +2.6' +2.6' +2.7' +2.8
TIME 0452*1130*1740 0010*0601*1237*1839 0108*0702*1333*1928 0516*0755*1Z
LOW +0.5' +0.7' 0.5' +0.5' +0.4' +0.4' 4

19 20 21 22



Baynanza '88 Sail on the tall ship Heritage of Miami for
reservations call 858-6264; Deering Estate Boat Tour, call
662-4124 Boating Safety course Deerfield U.S.C.G. Auxiliary 7:30 pm
Windsurfing District 9 Championships, St. Petersburg, Call thru December 9th Call 782-8614
Jeff Washburn 813-584-8097 Gourmet Canoeing Seafair, Dania 5:45 pm Call Sibyl
Octoberfest Snyder Park, Ft. Lauderdale German Bands, CPR Course, 1st & 3rd Mondays and Wednesdays of each Robbins at 761-5419
food, beers, wines & crafts month 9 am 1pm for 2 wks $17 Red Cross Fee, Stranahan Noon Time Concert Courtyard Plaza Broward Main Library
Southeast Marine Trades Exhibit & Conference, Orange Pool, Ft. Lauderdale Call John Barbare 761-5400 Ft. Lauderdale Little Nicky and the Slicks, R&B Call761- Boating Safety Course Lighthouse
County Convention Center, Orlando (Trade Only) Ft. Luderdale Bartenders Golf Tournament to benefit Vystic 5384 7:30 pm, thru November 26 Call 9
Model Boat Competition C.B. Smith Park Pembroke Pines Fibrosis Inverary call 772-8727 Jillo Igleslas 8 pm thru October 22nd, Sunrise Musical Cardlo-Pulmonary Golf Classic to I
Call 435-2500 Tito Puente at Musicians Exchange, Fort Lauderdale. Theatre 741-7300 (Broward) or 945-3043 (Dade) Association Inverrary, Call 772-47
HIGH +2.8' +2.6' +2.7' +2.5' +2.6' +2.3' +2.
TIME 0435*1038*1700*2239 0511* 1115*1738*2314 0546*1155*1817*2349 0625*12364
LOW +0.2' +0.6' +0.2' .+0.~7' +0.4' +0.9' +0.5'

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SBass'n Bonaza South Florida Fairgrounds West Palm Boating Skills course 8 pm Mondays & Thursdys thru
SBeach Call 785-8073 November 10th, Ft. Lauderdale U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Steamboat Creek canoe trip, Call 375-1492 Call 463-0034. Gourmet Canoeing Rustic Inn 5:45 pm Call Sibyl Robbins at
Blue Grass Concert noon-5 pm T-Y Park, call 961-4430 Waterfront Property Owners Assoc. meeting 7:30 pm Hortt 761-5419
Kendalltown Invitational Team Tennis Tournament Call 946- School Ft. Lauderdale Noon Time Concert-Sherry Cortney & Peter James, Folk &
7785 (Broward) or 477-3437 (Dade) Freedom Inc. meeting 8 pm Good News Church 2317 N. Contemporary Courtyard Plaza Main Broward Library Fort
Wildflower Golf Tournament, Deer Creek County Club Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale re. Marine renewal in Lauderdale Call 761-5384 Haunted House 7-10:30 pm thru O
Deerfield Beach, Call 946-7785 (Broward) or 477-3437 Haiti Call 524-6156 Boating Skills course, 8 pm Hollywood U.S. Coast Guard Park, Pembroke Pines, Call 435-2
(Dade). Standard Time Resumes Menorah Gardens B'nal B'rlth Youth Services seniors Golf Auxiliary Rm #220 3550 Hollywood Blvd. Call 922-1391 U.S. Cycling Federation 6 pm C.B.S
Ft. Lauderdale semi-Annual Billfish Tournament Classic, Call 742-6000 Inverrary (days) 962-3949 (eves.). cycling on the perimeter road, ca
HIGH +2.0' +2.2' +2.0' +2.2 +2.2' +2.3' +2.4'
TIME 0219*"0855*1510*2143 0329*1000*1618*2240 0430*1100*1658*2329 0524*1152
LOW +0.9" +1.1' +0.9! +1.0 +0.8' +0.7' +0.
Baseline i Avenue B idge over- Nw- ... mive-r at mean low w ater aste a yI I r IIavIings i me


Eastern Dayliqht Savinqs Time


Baseline: Andrews Avenue Bricdce over New River at mean low water








R & TIDE TABLES Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Waterfront News


;day Thursday Friday Saturday

October 2 4
i ,New Moon
: All Female Keys weekend dive, South Florida Divers, 920-
8405 or 973-8580
Garage Sale. North Broward Kiwanis Club 2497 SE 12
Miami Boat Show In the Grove Coconut Grove Exhibition Street Pompano.
ng Ho-Jo's Hollywood Center, Miami thru 6th, 4-10 pm Rivewalk Bond Issue presentation, 7:30 am at Anqcpri, Gold Coast Women Veterans Meeting, 1 pm, Moose Lodge
i Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club General Meeting 1901 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale Call Greater Ft. 1201 NE 7 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Call 565-0017 or 522-
pday & Wednesdays, 5- Basic Canoe Course, George English Park, Ft. Lauderdale, Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce 462-6000. 8565
Pool, $15 Red Cross 6:30-7:30 pm, Call 761-5419 Turtles 'n' Tots 9:30-11:30 a.m. Discovery Center Ft. 4e Safe Driving Championships, 8:30 am, C.B. Smith Park,
761-5400 Boating Skills and Seamanship course 8 pm Ft. Laud. Cl.s.- Lauderdale Ages 4-6, $10 Pembroke Pines, 435-2500 or 961-4430
O..pm, Nova University, Coast Guard Auxiliary, 601 Seabreeze Blvd. Mondys and Tony Williams QulnteL thru October 4th, Musicians Miami Boat Show In the Grove, Coconut Grove Exhibition
Thursday thru October 9th. Call 463-0034. Exchange, Fort Lauderdale. Center, Miami, thru October 6th 10am-10pm
,ember 10 at Mystic (CT) Boat Skills Course Hollywood Coast Guard & Auxiliary, 8 Miami Boat Show In the Grove, Coconut Grove Exhibition Salvation Army Homecoming Weekend 6 pm, 100 SW 9 Ave, Ft.
e-0711 pm, 3550 Hollywood Rm#220. Call 962-3949 Center, Miami thru October 6th, 4-10 pm Lauderdale. Call 524-6995

+2.6' +2.7' +227' +2.9 +2.8 +3.0 +2.8 HIGH
?1412*2008 0233*0827*1454*2045 0 312.0909. 1537.2124 53.0954.1618 2203 TIME
+0.4' +0.4' *0.3' + 0.2' +02' 0.0' +0.2' LOW

S9 10 First Quarter 1
News on your
24 SW 1st Avenue.
ward meeting time &
3-9341 or 491-3327 FL Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board Meeting 7:30 pm, City YMCA Triathlon, C.B. Smith Park, Call 435-2500
7 pm Nathaniels New Hall Columbus Day Regatt, Biscayne Bay, Call 946-3467
xtto City Dock Master's Landsat Workshop, 1-4 pm, Lauderdale-by-the Sea City (Broward & Palm) or 666-2215 (Dade)
Hall Auditorium Flora Purim & Airto, Musicans Exchange Fort Lauderdale Windsurfing RegattaNaples Florida, Call Ron Borgmeyer
m, G. Willikers, 2669 N Tropical Marine Fish Ecology course, 6:30-9:30 pm, Nova American Lung Association Tennis Tournament Plantation 813-263-4197 thru October 12th
f theOcean at462-5573. University Oceanographic Center, 8000 North Ocean Drive, Central Park Tennis Complex thru October 12th, Call 524- ; Key Biscayne Canoe Trip. Call 375-1492
5-7 pm, Tuesdays & Dania, Call 475-7488 4657 4 Baynanza '86, Regatta Sight Seeing Trip Biscayne Nat.
Cross certification fee, U.S. Sailboat Show Annapolis Maryland; thru October 13th U.S. Sailboat Show, Annapolis Maryland, thru october 13th Park, thru October 19th. Call 6624124
Call John Badare 76;- Applied Meteorology for Yachtsmen, thru November 20th, Mama I Want to Sing. 8 pm Sunrise Musical Theatre, Call Golf Tournament and Canoe Races, Coral Plaza Motel &
Mystic (CT) Seaport Planetarium Call 203-572-0711 741-7300 (Broward) or 945-3042 (Dade) Penalty Box Lounge FT. Lauderdale. Call 565-6658

2.8 +2.5' +2.6' +2.4' +2.5' +2.3' +2.5' HIGH
06*1931 0113*0752*1409*2035* 0218*00~ *,1518*2149 0333*1016*1632*2302 TIME
+0.7 +0.3' +0.8' 0.9' +05' +0.8' I n\

16 17 Full oon 18


a HIllsboro Inlet Salling Club, Coastal Race #3 (Old Port Cove
Southeast Marine Trades exhibit and conference, thru Inviational)
October 19th at the Orange County Convention Center, Bscayne Bay Clean-up Day, Call Suzi Jacobs at 375-3376
'our'and Biscayne Bay Orlando Trade only American Merchant Marine Veterans Gulfstream Chapter
e Aqua Center 247-4124 Sallbend Civic Association meeting 7:30 pm 100 SW 9 Ave. Oktoberfest thru October 19th at Snyder Park Fort meeting 1 pm American Legion Hall, 4250 Ne 5 Ave. Ft.
Ft. Lauderdale Lauderdale 6-Midnight Lauderdale Call 763-4528 or 925-5869
e 5-7 pm Tuesdays & Basic Canoe Course, George English Park6:30-7:30 pm thru ynaza86MusicVizcayaMiami7 moonlight Gourmet Canoe Trip Call 375-1625
SCerfiti October 30th Call 761-5419 Baynaza'86 Music & DanceontheBay atVizcaya, Miami7 o Moonlight Gourmet Canoe Trip, Call 375-1625
; .Gross Certification fee October 30th Call 761-5419 pm thru October 19th Call 662-4124 Alafla River Canoe Trip thru October 19th (primitive
Call John Barbare at Bynaza '8 Seabirds and Bay Ecology seminar, Planet Marchofmespro-amGolfCla nveraryLauderhill.Call camping) Call 584-7669
Ocean thru October 19th call 6624124 March of Dlmes pro-am GolfClasslclnverary Lauderhill. Call camping) Call 584-7669
Ocean thru October 19th call 662-4124 565-0334 Mazda Hok-In-One Golf Tournament to benefit Covenent
rians Exchange, Fort 2nd Century Broward meeting Casinos vs. No Casinos" 565-0334 Mazda Hok-ln-One Golf Tournament to benefit Covenent
forum, 5:30 pmn Tower Club Ft. Lauderdale Call 54-1524 Wayne Shorter at Musicians Exchange Fort Lauderdale, House, 11 am stonebridge Country Club Boca Raton, Call
forum, 5:30 pm, Tower Club Ft. Lauderdale Call thru October 18th 561-5559

+2.7' 2.9' +2.7' +2.9' +2.7' +2.9' +2.7 'H
22*2013 0241 0840*1507 *2051 0321 0922 1545 2130 58 000 1624 2204 HIGH
0.41 +0.2' +0.4 +0.2' -+0, 4 +0. +0.5 TIME
LOW
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Bass'n Bonanza thru October 26th South Florida
SWnterfe Happy Hour 5:30 p at Frankie & Johnnys, Fairgrounds West Palm Beach call 785-8073 Santa Fe River Ichetuckre Spring Canoe Trip (base camping)
SSE 17 St. F Ht.Lauderdale, Call 522- 3 J2 Singer Island Classic Windsurfing Regatta thru October 26th thru October 26th call 584-7669
Basc Canoe course 6:30 pm George English Park, Fort Call Scott Schroder 845-7377 Miami River Walk thru October 26th Call 375-1492
SBasic Canoe course 6:30 pm George English Park, Fort George Jones & Riv MEntre country western music for Taste of Fort Lauderdale Las Olas Blvd.thru October 26th Call
Pt. U.S.C.G. Auxiliary 761-5419 the Fraternal Order of Police, Call 486-2694 for details 765-5508
.1-0648 Boating Safety course, Hollywood USCG Auxiliary 8 pm, 3550 Skywalk at Musicians ExchangeFortLauderdale Bas 'n Bonanza thru October 26th South Fairgrounds,
benefit American L Hollywood Blvd. Rm#220, Call 922-1391 (days) or 962-3949 e Skywalk at Musicians Exchange., Fort Lauderdale e Bass 'n Bonanza thru October 26th South Fairgrounds,
benefit American Lung Hlywo Blv Rm#220 FL Lauderdale Semi-Annual Bllflsh Tournamentthru October West Palm Beach Call 785-8073
14 (eves) 26th Call 791-2132 FL. Lauderdale Semi-Annual Blllfish Tournament

'18 7 1+2.2' +2.3' +2.1' +22 +2 '0' 2.2' HIGH
1857 0132*0705*1321*1944 0117*0752* 1410*2039 0212*0851*1510*2141 TIME
S1. +0.6 +1.1 +) .8' +1.2' +0.9' +1.2' l)W

30 31 Halloween
Waterfront News wants to know what you
want on your Marine Calendar. Call 524-9450

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show noon-10 pm, Bahia
Mar park Port Everglades with shuttle.
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Fishing


Billfish Research

The initial meeting of The Billfish Foundation
was held at the Airport Marriot Hotel. Miami
Florida. Spearheaded by Win Rockfe!!er, the list
of those also lending their support and
knowledge as trustees include John Mecom,Jr.,
Steve Sloan, John Rybovich, Len Bierman, Ralph
Christiansen, Helen Grant, Joseph Judge, Edward
Martin, Billy Pate, Gil Radonski, Francisco
Rangel, and Don Tyson.
Miami attorney Tim Choate was appointed
Executive Director. Elected officers are: Win
Rockefeller, President and Chairman; Steve
Sloan, Vice Chairman; Don Tyson, Treasurer; and
Len Bierman, Secretary.
The prime purpose of the organization is the
conservation of the seven species of billfish
worldwide, with the emphasis on billfish
research. A group of world reknowned scientists
will be assembled to act as an advisory board.
The initial meeting raised an impressive
$90,000.00. An additional commitment totalling
$450,000.00 will be generated to the Foundation
over the next five years.
Founding Membership to the Foundation is
$100.00. Checks may be sent to the Billfish
Foundation, 2051 Northwest 11th Street, Miami,
Florida, 33125.


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Habitat


Mermaids Studied At Seaquarium


by Captain Al Plant
with photos by Julie

For centuries the Florida Manatee has been
mistake for mermaids, the sirens of the sea. Tall
tales evoke visions of sailors diving to them and
to their death.
Professor Dale Woodyard has been lured to the
manatee for a totally different reason. Dale has
been a professional diver for many years and his
love for the sea and its creatures has increased
with every dive. He has been to far flung corners
of the earth or shall we say the oceans to satisfy
his thirst for knowledge. Six years ago he became
aware of the possible extinction of the Florida
manatee. His background as a psychologist
prompted him to look past the obvious and much
publicized reason of a few careless boaters
running them down.
The Miami Seaquarium is probably
remembered for Flipper the dolphin of television
fame in the 1960's and 70's and as an
entertainment attraction for tourists.
Seaquarium vice president and general manager
Warren Zeiller says entertaining the public is just
the tip of the iceburg. Two-thirds of the efforts of
the Miami Seaquarium are directed at research
and education. It is for this reason that Dale
Woodyard chose this facility for his project.
Originally from Chicago now a Professor of-
Psychology at the University of Windsor (Ontario,
Canada) Dale spends his winters doing manatee
research at Miami Seaquarium.
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manatee's or sea cows left. Very little is known
about the Florida Manatee. Professor Woodyard
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elephant. They have the same coarse skin,
prehensile nose and toenails on their flippers. The
manatee's gestation period is close to 14 months,
similar to that of an elephant. The Miami
Seaquarium with researchers like Dale Woodyard
is trying to determine as much as possible about
the manatee, to fill in the blanks in the knowledge
of this animal.
Since Dale Woodyard is a professor of
psychology his research has that sort of bias. The
day we visited him he was testing the manatee for
color sense. His experiments are based on the use
of colored disks that he presents to the manatee.
The disks have different colors but the same
brightness. When the manatee noses the colored
disk selected for identification that day he is
rewarded with a lump of monkey chow. Then the
colors are switched. He is only rewarded when
that correct color is nosed. This process
continues with new colors presented. Again
rewarded with monkey chow only for correctly
identifying that day's color. On other days a
different color will be the color of the day. This
process has proved that the manatee can
distinguish different colors from one another.
Another interesting sidebar to Professor
Woodyard's research seems to go along with the
old idea that the elephant has a long memory. One
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closely monitored by state wildlife officers. If this
program continues to be successful, breeding of
replacement stock on a larger scale could be
possible.
Professor Woodyard says that raising the
manatee is only part of the problem of their
survival. Besides the manatee that have been
killed by boat props and collisions, the use of
herbicides to clear weeds from waterways could
account for a reduced birthrate or even death of
some herds. Manatees frequent the warm waters
of south Florida in the winter months and have
been lured to warm water powerplant outflows in
some northern areas. The closing of any one of
these plants could cause the loss of more
manatees.
Professor Woodyard says he'll be back at the
Miami Seaquarium again this winter, not only to
escape the cold and snow of the motor cities of
Windsor and Detroit but to continue to study the















own pool at the Miami Seaquarium. They don't
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clapping their flippers. But for many people like
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scale Woodyar and the behaviorre the most fascinatingly of
these gentle creatures who'll nuzzle up to you
when your'e swimming in Florida's rivers and
shallow waters. The Manatee can be seen in their
own pool at the Miami Seaquarium. They don't
put on a show by bouncing balls on their noses or
clapping their flippers. But for many people like
Dale Woodyard they are the most fascinating
creatures at Miami Seaquarium. They are a
window back to prehistoric times, and perhaps,
to some of man's own ancestors. Maybe that's
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Before the Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Property
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island in the north fork of the New River, located
500 ft. south of Broward Blvd. east of S.W. 14th
Ave., an investigation into why the Pond Apples
were dying had to be made. On August 15, 1986,
Chuck Willard, Founder of FLWPOA; Don Burgess
and Judy Sulser, Broward County Naturalists;
and myself went on an investigative boat trip to
the "Pond Apple" island and up the north fork of
the New River. What we found was the work of the
Mangrove Gribble.
The Mangrove Gribble Sphaeroma terebrans is
a wood boring marine isopod that is found lower
intertial zones to subtidal zones. It rolls into a ball
when disturbed and is smaller but similar in
appearance to the pill bug. It is found between the
high tide and low tide marks in mangrove prop
roots, pilings, and other wood found in its estuary
habitat. The gribble is girdling (or removing a ring
of bard from) the pond apple trees on "Pond
Apple" island and reducing the wood to a spongy
consistency. As the rotten wood breaks away,
new layers are exposed to attack. Bacteria and
fungus then move in for the kill. The trees are
toppling over one by one. Without the pond
apples to hold the soil of the island, the soil will
eventually slip away into the water and
contribute to the sediment of north fork of the
New River and the island would disappear in time.
This portion of the New River esturary was
tested for salinity by the Environmental Quality
Control Board and was found to have a salinity of
4-7 ppm with fluctuating fresh water influencing
the salt content. It is the perfect habitat for the
Mangrove Gribble. Any trees planted to replace
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roots are unable to manufacture food and depend
on their nourishment upon food from the leaves,
they die of starvation.


Editor's Note:
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conservationists attempted to persuade the city
of Fort Lauderdale to buy and preserve a one-mile
stretch of the north Fork of New River bank from
West Broward Boulevard to Delevoe Park, at 2520
NW Sixth Street. The "Blue Ribbon General
Obligation Bond Comittee" which is considering a
shopping list of projects to recommend to the city
commission to package in a bond issue along
with Riverwalk, is not including the proposed
"North Fork Natural Rivers Protective Easement",
according to Sandy Kokernoot of the
Environmental Coaltion of Broward County. The
northfork of the New River "wasn't placed on the
bond issue, but the committee is recommending
to the commission that they protect the area
through zoning and vegetation protection," write
Ms. Kokernoot. (See related story, "Riverwalk,
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Beach


Hollywood's Beach
by Jennifer B. Heit

HOLLYWOOD City officials call it dumpy.
Tourists find it tropical. And local visitors think
its just a nice place to be.
Hollywood Beach reflects many facets. From
teenagers who ride their skateboards along the
boardwalk tothe French Canadians who populate
the area, this beach accommodates a lot of people.
"There's a good mixture here," remarks a long-
time Hollywood resident who comes to the beach
regularly. "Elderly people, teenagers, kids.
Everybody seems to fit in here."
Small businesses line the boardwalk, an
interesting array of fast food stands, souvenir
shops and bars. Their offbeat, sometimes sleazy
nature promotes a "Coney Island" atmosphere.
But if city officials have their way, the beach
will turn into an updated marketplace catering to
a more fashionable crowd.
The Casino building, a prime piece of property
running between Johnson and Michigan streets,
is currently the focal point of Hollywood's beach
revitalization plan. Proposals include a mall
offering affluent boutiques or a $20 million 146-
room hotel.
"Nothing definite has been decided on the
Casino building," said Lawerence Calderon,
assistant planner in Hollywood's Growth
Management office. "City Commissioners are
open to suggestions. Mainly, we want to revive
declining tourism and make the beach more
appealing to local residents."
Currently, the 40-year old building situated on
2.3 acres, houses numerous beach shops and a
parking garage. More shops, small motels and
garden apartments comprise the rest of the
waterfront area.
Hollywood mayor Maria Giulianti stresses that
she would like to see the beach maintain its
present flavor but project a much classier image.
She is scouting around for prospective buyers
who might want to develop the land.
"I like it the way it is now," said Terri Guerrio, a
26-year old south Broward County resident who
has frequented the beach since childhood.
"Beaches are supposed to be casual. If they
modernize it, the area will become another
Seafair -- pretty, but pretentious."
The Casino -- created in 1925 by Hollywood
founder Joseph Young -- was once a large pool
surrounded by a courtyard. So vast was the pool,
it was used for small boat and canoe races.
But the fun was shortlived. The 1926 hurricane
wrought havoc with the Casino and the land was
handed over to the City.
In the 50's, beauty contests and small-time
bookie operations flourished.
Excitment has died down in recent years but on
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beach, but this is nicer... family oriented and
easygoing."
During the day the beach resembles any other
beach in the world with people sunning and
swimming. At night the pace quickens and
crowds stroll the boardwalk. Others jog or bike
along a specially outlined path while the elderly
gather in circles and play cards.
There are strange sights here too like the old
man who drives a push cart (pasted over with


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beach. Or the man with waist length hair who
rides his 10-speed at night while his radio blasts
classical music. Or the lady who scavenges the
sand with an electrical device for coins and lost
jewelry.
An artist calls out his talents to passersby,
offering to paint their caricatures for fee. "Come
back, come back," he says as they walk away.
"I'd hate to see this place change," said a girl
sitting under a palm tree. "There just aren't any
beaches like this one left in South Florida."



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Volume 3 issue 7 October 1986 Wrerfronr News 19


3rd Annual


Fort Lauderdale Powerboat Race Set For October 12


by Terrie Weller

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- Start your engines --
The Third Annual Fort Lauderdale Powerboat
Regatta gathers 35 top world competitors to race
on Sunday October 12 for over $25,000 in prize
money.
Hydroplanes, Speed Skiffs and SST 140 boats
will take to the one-mile course on the
Intracoastal Waterway beginning at 11 a.m. to
compete in 12 compulsory heats in six racing
classes. Competition in the 5-litre Hydro, 7-litre
Division II, Jersey Speed Skiff, and SST 140, as
well as in newly added 1-litre and 6-litre classes,
is expected to draw close to 20,000 spectators to
this year's event.
Racer Steve David, 1986 Governor's Cup winner
in New Jersey, Alabama Dixie Cup Winner and
recent Maryland Governor's Cup winner, will
defend his titles in the 6-litre and 7-litre class. SST
outboard driver Danny Critchfield, winner of the
1986 St. Louis Championship, will hit speeds in
excess of 130 mph when he competes in the SST
140 class.
Watch Bob Birdsall as he defends his last years
Speed Skiff Championship and Chuck Woodruff,
reigning 1986 National Champion in the 6-litre and
7-litre class, as he goes for another win.
Bobby Rubino's is hosting thethird annual race
in cooperation with the City of Fort Lauderdale
and the Fort Lauderdale Professional Powerboat
Racing Association to benefit the Healthi-Tot
Educational Fund of the Holy Cross Hospital
Foundation. Healthi-Tot is a preschool
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Name of Event: City of Fort Lauderdale Hydroplane
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Event Sponsor. Fort Lauderdle Professional Power Boat
Racing Association
Type of Event: Hydroplane Regatta.
Effective Times: 1100 to 1800 local time on 12 October 1986
Regulated Area: The regulated area will be all navigable
waters, including the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), from
immediately south of Las Olas Bridge proceeding north in New
River Sound to the northeast point of the Nurmi Isles.
Special Local Regulations:
a. All vessel traffic in the regulated area will be controlled by
the Patrol Commander and will proceed at no more than 5 MPH
when passing through the regulated area.
b. A succession of no less than 5 short whistle or horn blasts
from a patrol vessel will be the signal for any non-
participating vessels to stop immediately. The display of a red
distress flare from a patrol vessel will be the signal or any and
all vessels to stop immediately.

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the above regulations is guilty .of violating the Navigation
Laws of the United States and is subject to appropiate
penalty, which includes penalties up to $500.00. In addition,
any licensed officer violating any of the above regulations or
any other orders or directives issued by the Coast Guard
Patrol Commander pursuant to, and to effect compliance with
the above regulations is subject to having his license
suspended or revoked.
Patrol Commander: Commanding Officer USCG Station Fort
Lauderdale
Patrol Craft: Any Coast Guard or Coast Guard Auxiliary or
other vessel designated by the Commander, U.S. Coast Guard
Group Miami. Florida in accordance with the authority
contained in 14 USC 826 and 33 CFR 100.40 (b) to patrol the
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20 Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Waterfront News


Divine


Fort Lauderdale Police Dive Team


by Bryan Brooks
It was the summer of 1962. A small band of
volunteers gathered at the old Casino Pool on the
corner of South Atlantic Boulevard and Southeast
5th Street. Scuba was something new. It was the
day of two hose regulators and "Go for the glory."
Part of the group belonged to the Fort Lauderdale
Fire Department and the rest of us were young
patrolmen with the city's police force.
Our instructors were life guards and old navy
types. The idea was to train us to recover cars,
guns, bodies and whatever from the city's many
inland canals and waterways. We hadn't heard of
pollution yet, so the dark murky rivers were more
of a manly adventure than any medical thing to
worry about.
The head instructor, Skip Johnston, a lite
guard, made us swim one hundred miles, or so it
seemed. Then we held our breath and had to swim
forever. The smokers in the group soon retired.
Training in the Casino Pool was an adventure too.
It was a salt water pool and loaded with chlorine.
It was great fun to do the underwater excercises
with mask off sucking in all that great salt and
chlorine.
After the pool we headed for all those
wonderful rivers and canals that make up Fort
Lauderdale. Visibility was one inch. On one
exercise, Patrolman Henry Beidler wound up
inside a shopping cart forty five feet inside a rock
pit with no visibility at all. The thought of that
gives me the willies. Beidler however calmly
crawled out of it; he said later he thought it was a
lobster trap, he was hoping to find a bug inside.
Skip Johnson and City Aquatic Director, Lucky
Jordan, made us swim the canals at night, again


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Bridge over New River at two in the morning
looking at a burglar, just caught, say that he
threw the cash box--over there---.
Somehow it would always be winter and two in
the morning and New River. Other guys got to
rescue the blond from a plane crash in the ocean. I
always got New River. Interesting thing though,
most people don't realize that out in the center of
New River between the tunnel and the Andrews
Avenue Bridge, the bottom isn't silty at all, it's a
white kind of beach sand, almost. It always made
me wonder what New River would be like if we
didn't use it for a public toilet. The current is so
swift there it would clean itself all by itself. Of
course that's only a non-scientific type talking.
Other fun jobs were rock pits and stolen cars.
Some folks collected their insurance by driving
their older cars into rock pits, it's great for
everybody's insurance rates. I used to think
about that crawling around in the silttrying to use
the one inch visibility to see the license tag.
The bodies were an adventure. When you
arrived on the scene and saw the car in the river,
you would see dozens of people all young, all
male trying to find the body. My very scientific
method was to get everybody out of the water.
Then take some line, give one end of it to a good
soldier on the shore, take the other end, swim out
to the car and let the current take me wherever.
Eventually it would take me to the poor drunken
soul who had been driving the car, as he would
always get caught somewhere on the bottom.
Real hi-tech. As a young patrolman, I thought I
was cool. As an almost fifty-year-old, I shudder to
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Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Worerfront News 21


think of what I thought was fun and adventure, oh
so long ago.
Now the Fort Lauderdale Police Dive Recovery
Team is headed by Captain Bill Burn. He has seen
to it that all his men are at least at the advanced
open water level. Most of them have been trained
in deep diving, night diving and rescue diver.
They employ the newest methods in search and
recovery.
Captain Burn and Captain Lewis Williams were
in charge of the northern segment of the 283
divers that linked hands under the center of Port
Everglades for the United Way Hands Across
Broward last October 5th in 55 feet of water. It set
a world record for divers in a line together. The
record however, was never recognized by the
Guinness Book of Records because no one was
able to document that all 283 of us were there
holding hands together. I don't care because as
the leader of the southern segment of divers to-
link up under 50 feet of water with the policeman
and fireman, all of us know, we WAS there.
As with everything time goes on and newer
ways are always better than older cruder
methods. Fort Lauderdale can be proud of its up
to date group of ten police divers. It seems like
along time ago when we would take one end of the
line at two in the morning, jump into New River
and just go with the flow.


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New Lobster Limits & Dates
Florida's lobster regulations have been
changed for next year's season. The state's
Marine Fisheries Commission has sacked the old
24-lobster-per-boat long bag limit and will
instituted a daily bag limit of six per person. The
commission is also moving the general season
opening to August 6, 1987, though "under the
proposal regulation, commercial lobstermen can
begin soaking (aging) their traps August 1st,"
according to Connor Davis of Tallahassee,
executive director of the commission. The two-
day mini-season for divers will be the last full
weekend of July next year (25 & 26).
The commission is trying to bring the mini-
season inline with federal regulations. In 1986 the
federal mini-season was July 19-20, overlapping
the state's season July 20-21.



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LAS OLAS ISLES. 1 bedroom efficenc-
ies, rooms. Pool, laundry, cable TV
BEQ, Super location. Low rate.
Weekly or monthly. call 525-2223
Yearly Eff Apt, $395 mo incl elec-
tric, 1 Br 540 mo. Liveaboard docks.
169 Isle of Venice. Call 467-3512
for viewing.
Dul:_lex for rent & for sale
Sailboat Bend area. 2 La one
bdr apt, unfrn, ceiling fans,
Florida room, dish washer, AC
laundry room, large yard 909-
9_1 SW 4th St. 763-3123 even.


70' frontage 5'6" draught water &
electricity Monthly or seasonal.
Ocean access*Secluded*Call 946-0191
Economical Marina- .L.veaboards
from $200/mo. Showers*Launary
Restaurant*Dry Storage for sm,
boats from $50/mo0o 84-2500.
Dock for rent on the NEW RIVER
85' 14' LW*Water & Electric*No Fixed
Bridges Call 791-7596
ISLE OF VENICE- Live-aboards
Pool, Shower, Laundry, Cable, Phone.
Call 525-2223. Low Rates!
208 Hendricks isle, Villa Nel-
son liveaboards-pool-jacuzzi-
cable TV-laundry-showers-ap-
artments. Monthly, Weekly
Summer rates. 463-7067.
Dcckslips deep water live-
aboard. Also one b/r apts.
Poolside .yearly rate. Isle of
Venice, 467-3512
21 Hendrick's Isle-Admiral's
Court, Luxurious dockage-
heated pool-trop. gardens-
shdwer-up to 65'-6' draft
spot to showcase yachts for
sale. Many have been sold
from here. Furn. eff.& rooms
Cable TV. BBQ 462-5072
DOCK FOR RENT, Sail or Power
to 30' 463-5334 eves/wkends.
65' Dock-las Olas, Deep water
No fixed bridges, elec/water
467-8554.
Dock for rent on the New
River. 65ft 14ft LW. Electric
& water-no fixed bridges.
Call 791-7596.
Up to 38 Ft. Deepwater. Elec
Meter. Liveaboard. Hendricks
Isle. $275 Mnth.Call 764-8234
Dock space for rent. 40'Deep
water private. Hurricane Hole
No live-aboard. Elec & water
Call 583-8358.
Las Olas dock,south side,.deep
water. Sailboat to 45'. No
liveaboard. 523-8895.
For rent on the New River.
Close to Davie Blvd. Brand
new dock. Water & power sup-
plied. Suit sailboat up to
40 ft. Call 463-2360 after
8:30 pm.
New River-up to 50.ft-water/
elec. evenings, 584-8419.
Dockage Deepwater. No fixed
bridges. Call 6-8 pm, M-F 792
2318. No live ons.
Dock up to 40'. Sail only. No
liveaboards. Near SE 17th St.
'522-5229


Coral Ridge & Deep water live-
aboard. Dock up to 44 feet
Deep canal $300/mo. Call
566-5219.
Ft Lauderdale off New River.
Private dock. Up to 30' water
& power. No liveaboards. Call
around noon. 463-2796
Off New River up to 100 ft.No
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new condition, cost S100, your's for
$55. Call Ed 764-7590
Sailboat gear, new catalina
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Paint. used generators & out-
boards, canvas, misc fittings.
Flea market-prices. Port tack
1115 S. Federal Hwy, Ft Lauder
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6 Ton Oliver Davits. New 1 1/2
Hp Motors. Bargain $1200. Call
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Mercury Cougar. 4 door. Excel-
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$950. 435-3884.


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diesel, restored 50hrs all
gauges gear box controls &
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GENERATORS- Westerbeke*Onan*
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1j7 Lymnan :4-ft fiberglass 225
chrysler-VHF d/sounder all fish-
ing ear-first class trailer
525-6211
Bertram 20 complely renovated
in and out. Fully equipped,
trailer incl. Call 463-5297 for
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sails, full enclosures.Strong
boat, needs work. $8000.
525-0460.
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please. 169 Isle of Venice, Ft.Laud.
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CATAPULT CATAMARAN 16' $1000. Dinghy,
11',sail,row f/g S400. Catamaran sail
& mast unused $250. Clarkfoam wind
surfer blanks $150. Russ 962-2498. \


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Gourmet Catering For Yachts,,
homes, offices. Please call for
menus and prices. Gall Sinclair
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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-
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CANVAS FACTORY- Flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs
Mobile Truck will perform work at your
site. 781-1970.
Try CRUISIN' CANVAS of 1500 West
Broward Blvd. blockss east of i95)
Custom marine canvas, repairs, yard
goods & do-it-yourself supplies.
FREE ESTIMATES. Call 467-2722 today.


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gatta in Miami. Oct 11 & 12.
53ft Ketch 5 DBL cabins. $150/
person weekends to Bahamas for
diving etc. $175/person. A/C
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Classified Section


Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Woerfront News 2


BOAT WAXING- Fiberglass Repair. Ex-
terior Cleaning, Teak, Paint. 920-7896
HULL CLEANING under water.
Call Bob leave message at 463-9810
Boat cleaning service. Custom
wash & -ax, teak cleaning, Oil-
ing, varnishing. Weekly & Bi-
monthly service. PO Box 10081,
Pomp. Bcho Fl 53060 05 7.81-6861
Quality Boat Cleanirg. Fine
detailing interior/ex.terior-
Wash i& Wax. Teak-care. Weekly/
Monthly Service. 561-1712.





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MATE NAVIGATOR SAILMAKER
Deliveries & Offshore passages
Celestial Navigation, Loft quality
sail repairs underway, Provisioning
for :passages & Cooking.
Call Kim Sanders (305) 764-8191


MArE ELECTRICIAN- .rewiring,
r.roubleshooting, etc., sail or
power.:'"I guarantee my,; work."
$22-50/hr, Call 467-7219 around
-Qpm '(Licensedo)


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


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MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & :insurance
Surveys for b9th POWER & SAIL.
CalT Ed Rowe at 792-6092.
MARINE SURVEYOR & Consultant
Capt. Boyd Hildebrand. 925 4214 Ft.L.
MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase &
insurance- Sail*Power. 20 yrs exp.
William Seager.
Tel. 791-8628


MICHAEL's MARINE SERVICE offers
custom woodworking, milling & yacht
maintenance to the waterfront com-
munity. Experienced & dependable
with complete-shop & mobile facility
Established in 1981. Call 765-1466.
DOCKSIDE YACHT CARPENTRY
Custom work* Mica*Teak*Hardwoods*
Renovations & Refinishing. 581-6506
S & S YACHT REPAIR- TEAK SPECIALIST,
VARNISH-YACHT REFINISHING, GENERAL
MAINTENANCE "TLC" by Capt. Frank.
USCG lOOt Lcnse, yacht delivery ser-
vice. 525-6211. A tape may answer.
Please leave message for-early reply.


HOLLYWOOD- walk to beach- 2bed
2bath built in 1983- easy access,
to Seafair, ICW & marinas. Ask-
ing $159,500 Chisholm Realty
Inc. 565-6000 eves; 721-4984
Joe Cassio
CYPRESS HARBOR WATERFRONT HOME
2 bedrm 2 bath, new dock & carpet
min. down, assum. mortgage $115,000
L.A.D. Realty Inc. 563-4700


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2517 East LAS OLAS- Deepwater 3 bed-
room 2 bath home. Includes guest apt
no fixed bridges*Asking $275,000.
Will consider exchange*Call Liggett
Karney, Realtor, Portside Realty, Inc.
561-0404 or 563-1616 eves. & weekends."
LIGHTHOUSE POINT WATERFRONT
DUPLEX Two'2 bedrm 2 bath unit
on 110' of Sailboat Water opposite
LHP Yacht Clrub. Two 55' docks w/
dolpnin poles on quiet water
within sight of Hillsboro Inlet
Big pool-patio area for ent'r-
taining w/S.E. ex .-:,.:-. Owner-
fin ,acea /minimum down!! I .A, A,
Realty, Inc.. 563-4700
OAKLAND PARK WATERFRONT DUPLEX
Owner-financed > bedrm 2 bath
units only 10 yrs old i.r excel-:
lent Seacrest Islu.s area. Close
to Royal Palm: Park w/t.enni.s courts
etco. L.AoD ', .:i lty, Ic. -4.700


NAUTICAL
EVALUATIONS 0
i Marine Surveyor,
Hull, Rigging, Sail & Engine.

(CALL JOHN FOR QUOTES)

(305);493-5966


SPECTACULAR VIEW OF INTRACOASTAL
WATERWAY-2 Bdrm convertible 1-1/2 bath condo
vith FL room, new European kitch., custom
imported Oak floors with a Millidn Dollar view of the
ntracoastal Waterway-only $129,900! Photo Below
I. .'5 f. ,.


NEED CREW M/F for cruise Bahamas
Carib*Medit* Palson 305-531-8539.
Are you a cleaning nut? Fast and
meticulous? Let's put your talents-to
work- FULL & PART-TIME HELP- 463-9779
HELP WANTED- Advertising Sales
positions in both Dade & Palm'
Beach Counties & parts of Brow-
ard. Call the WATERFRONT NEWS
at 524-9464 today before the
season swamps us.
SAILBOAT DOCK SOUGHT.in return
for HOUSE-SITTING SERVICE/SECUR-
ITY*Some light maintenance con-
sidered*Good r~eferences*Bonded.
Call 524-9464

Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to ,
place a Classified Ad. 524-9450


Deepwater Salvage & recovery.
All types of salvage work. Dock
side inspections. Services
Zincs-props & shafts. Hulls.
In-water repairs, Wood & fiber-
glass. Reasonable rates. Call
564-0704.


A CLASSIFIED AD CLASSIFIED RATES: VERTISR:
A LASSIFIED! A (35 characters/line) ADVERTISER:
in the: WATERFRONT NEWS First Line ...........................$4.00 Name
Each Additional Line............. S3.00 Address
1224 S.W. 1st Avenue Make checks payable to the: City St. Zip
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 Waterfront News 305-524-9450 -.Phone- Ad Amount $




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ADVERTISING DEADLINE THE 1 5th DAY OF THE MONTH


ROBERT P. GARGANO
-1 _& Associates, Realtors
[L^ M (305) 462-5770
or 462-5771
1700 E. Los Olos Blvd.,'Suite 204/Fort Lauderdolel FL 33301
SPECIALIZING IN WATERFRONT REAL ESTATE
LMNG & WORKING ON THE NEW RIVER
CITRUS ISLES-Deepwater-No Fixed Bridges!
A. 3 Bdrm-Spa & Deck-60' Dock $124,500.
B. 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath, Pool & Central air-$134,900.
C. 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath with Central Air & many upgrades-
$144,500.
NEW RIVER-Deepwater Estate-373' Waterfront 3+
Bdrm.,4-1/2 Bath situated on a Very Private Point
Lot approx. 1 acre with 373' of waterfront. Featuring
vaulted ceilings, fireplace, wet bar, Roman tub,
pool, etc., etc. $650,000.
'LAS OLAS ISLES-DEEPWATER-JUST LISTED!! 2
story, 2 bdrm, 2-1/2 bath. Contemporary
Townhouse w/sunken livingroom, dining room &
den. Includes deepwater dock up to 50' yacht-ONLY
$185,000!
GREAT WATERFRONT BUY-OCEAN ACCESS!! 2
bdrm, 1 bath with family room in move-in condition!
Large lot-dock & boat ramp-ONLY $85,900!
VACANT LOT NEW RIVER DEEPWATER NO
FIXED BRIDGES!!! Single family or multi-family
zoned R-3A which allows for "legal live aboard"
dockage...$63.250. Only 1 left!
RIVER REACH CONDOS Deepwater, Ocean
Access, No Fixed Bridges!!! Ft. Laud. private island
featuring 24 hour manned' security, golf, tennis,
saunas, 3 heated pools. Deepwater, unlimited ocean
access dockaae, only $10, per foot per year!
A. One Bedroom, One Bath-mid 60's to $69,900.
B. 2 Bedroom, 2 Baths from mid 70's to $119,900.
C. Rentals also available.





Volume 3 Issue 7 October 1986 Waterfront News


'W FO ESaw it advertised.. in the
WATERFRONT NEWS M!!


Miami's Finest Facility in a Clean-Safe


Professional Environment


"Channel 16 Monitored"


"Towing Service Available"


"IT IS OUR PLEASURE

TO GIVE YOU A

COMPETITIVE QUOTE"


MIAMI'S ALLIED MARINE NOW ONE OF THE TOP
ONE-STOP YACHTING FACILITIES IN U.S. AFTER
$1.5 MILLION EXPANSION
A $1.5 million expansion program has transformed Miami, Florida's Allied Marine yards
from a local marine facility into one of national prominence with one-stop mechanical,
electronic, carpentry, propeller, canvas shoos, new and used boat sales and a heliport.


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MAIN UNDERCOVER
BUILDING
Over a dozen large yachts enjoy undercover service
simultaneously, ranging from major modification to
insurance and survey repair. Metal and fiberglass hull
repair is a specialty.


UNDERCOVER PAINT
FACILITY
Separate, undercover facility offers the finest Awlgrip
and Inron paint services available. Gold leaf names
and microballooning metal hulls are specialties.
Impeccable painting with attention to detail, by Allied
professionals.
On Site Heliport
S24 Hour Security
We Specialize In...


HAUL & LAUNCH
Allied has a sixty-ton Tami Lift and two elevators
with lifting capacities of 350 tons, insures fast in and
out service for vessels ranging from 20 feet to 130 feet.
This exceptional facility affords perfection in marine
surveys, repairs and bottom painting.


O Major Renovations O General Repair 0 Painting
O Dry Docking O Mechanical Repair O Extensions
O Sportfish Cockpit Conversions
O Extensive Computerized Parts Department


lhLIED MARInE

MIAMI: 305/643-0332
FT. LAUDERDALE: 305/761-1710
TELEX: 229839 ALLMUR
OUT OF FLORIDA
1-8(X)-523-9484


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2051 N.W. llth STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA 33125


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