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Title: Waterfront news
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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1988
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The 'critter we love to eat


by Bryan Brooks

Yes,it's that time of year, when visions of drawn
butter, tasty white meat, and hunting in the sea, has come.
On Saturday August 6th, the Florida Crawfish, or
spiny lobster, season officially begins. As usual, there is a
two day sport season on Sunday and Monday, July 30th and
31st. But before you dive into the briny depths, take the
time to learn the rules, which are there for both your
protection, and the survival of the spiny critter so many of
us love to eat
First of all, no spear guns, hooks, or grabbing devices
are allowed. The carapace, or shell, must measure 3 inches
from between the lobster's horns atthe eyes, across the
back, to the rear edge of the top. In years past, you could
also measure the tail, and if the tail was long enough, then
the critter was yours, but that is not true any longer. Only
measurements of the carapace is now allowed.
No egg bearing females may be taken from the water,
nor can the eggs be scraped-off. The captured lobster
must be measured in the water, unlike in the past when you
could take the lobster to the surface, measure it on the
boat, then, if it was a short, throw it back in the water.
The state wisely decided this last ruling was an important
addition to safeguard the lobster. One of the reasons was
that throwing the lobster back in the water, if was a
short, almost ensured its certain death by a passing
barracuda. Many times.on commercial dive boats I have
personally taken the small lobster another diver had
mistakenly brought to the boat and dove it back down'to a
coral crevice for it to continue its life. Sounds wimpy?
That's me.
The season continues on until March 31st. Many of us
feel this is too long a season, as the bugs seem to get
fewer and fewer each year.
Many sport divers feel this is because of the commercial
lobster fishermen. I'll concede this is at least partly true;
but we, as sport divers can also be a deadly predator to
the lobsters. Some of us scrape eggs off the females, so
we can bring them back to the boat This madness ensures
a decrease in the future lobster population. It also shows a
total disregard of any semblance of caring-about life on
this planet. /
Another thing we.do is to grovel around on the reef,
destroying much of the coral habitat. Much of the problem
is the lack of environmental education given during the
basic, entry-level diver training. I feel all of the
certification agencies bear a responsibility for this.
Remember the bug must be kept intact until back on the
shore. The bug limit for lobsters is six per day, or 24 per
boat. During the special two day season in July the bag
limit is six per diver per day period.


Don't grab in holes to net the lotbter This ,siiaill,
results in the diver grabbing the antennas. It can also give
the diver a nasty bite from a defensive moray eel. When
grabbing them this way, the antennas come off and the
lobster is left without an important part of its body. This
also results in a slower growth rate for the bug, if it
survives at all.
Use the tickle stick to prod it out of its hole, then use a
fish net to capture it That way, no antennas or legs are
pulled off, and the bug can safely be released, if it istoo
small, or an egg bearing female.
Enjoy the season, dive safely, and remember to keep in
mind that all of us bear a responsibility for the future of
life on our planet. :

Marine flea market &
used boat show
planned
A used boat; show and flea market are scheduled for
Miami's Marine Stadium on Saturday and Sunday August
27 and 28 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.Sponsored by
Artists & Musiciani Against Drug'Abuse and the World
Children's Foundation for the Greater Miami Drug Abuse
Council, this first annual marine flea market and used boat
show will feature both in-and out-of-water displays along
with overstocked fishing, boating and diving merchandise
and other marine hardware and accessories.

Adopt a whale
With the arrival of spring, an estimated 550-1,200
humpback whales'will be returning to Pacific cruising
grounds. The 50-foot, 40-ton humpbacks are peaceful
giants, but cruisers should note that federal law prohibits
approaching within 100 yards of the endangered crea-
tures.
On the East Coast, according to a report in the May is-
sue of Cruising World, the International Wildlife Coalition
is sponsoring an adopt-a-whale program for the 70-odd
humpbacks that frequent the summer waters off.northern
Cape Cod, Massachusetts. For a $15 fee, adoptive "par-
ents" receive a photo of their whale, a certificate recogniz-
ing them as the whale's protector, a whale calendar, map of
migration routes and a subscription to Whale Watch, a
quarterly publication that reports on current whale sight-
ings. Money raised by the adoptions helps support expan-
sion of protection programs, research and educational
seminars. Those interested may write Whale Adoption
Project, 320 Gifford St., Dept. 356,'Falmouth, MA
02540, or telephone (617) 540-8086.


South Florida's

Nautical Newspaper


It is lobster season according to Bryan
iocoks' frontpage story and Ten Cheney's art-
work

Several power boat speed records have
been broken recently. There are two stories on 17
The ladies had a fishing tournament in
Pompano and all the results are on page 16

A used boat show and flea market are
planned for the Miami Marine Stadium in August
See page 1

A waterfront neighborhood has reached
an apparent compromise over its traffic flow.
Turn to page 6

Water taxis may be on stream for Fort Lau-
derdale this fall.

A yacht broker licensing law is examined on 10

Boca Raton and environmentalists battle over
beach renourishment See page 14

Marinas and taxes are the subject of a
study and upcoming conference. Details on page 11

Residential dock rentals are being debated
in Fort Lauderdale. Turn to page 7

A new book by Jimmy Buffet and his-
daughter is reviewed on page 18
A Fort Lauderdale sailboat dominates the
yacht races in the Abacos. Find the results on 9











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2 Waterfront News August 1988 Letters


Ask Big Al
Question-
Can you figure this one out?
Last year when in the Keys and running at high speed my
Merc' 200 would often fall back to a rough idle. After
placing it in neutral for a short time, I could then proceed
o.k. It had done this when new (1985) and was determined
to be a bad stator. I checked the stator again, found it
was bad and replaced it Problem solved? NO!
SAfter two to three months about every fourth or fifth
time out it would again fall back to rough idle.
'1) I replaced water separating filters, squeeze bulb
and fuel hoses. Solved? NO! Again it acted up on the
fourth or fifth trip.
2) I found one hose leaking at the carburetor. Solved?
NO!
3) Found a fuel hose to tank from gunnel was
deteriorated. Why it didn't leak into the bilge is beyond
me. Replaced hose and siphoned tank to rid it of any
debris. Solved problem? NO!
4) Again, siphoned tank and found an aluminum seal
from off a bottle of oil. Now I had the culprit? NOI
5) Siphoned again and found no debris. So I changed
the copper tubing lives from the tank to filter, and made
two new fuel pickup tubes with six entry points for gas to
enter the tubes, assuming there was still some debris I had
not gotten. Problem solved? NO!
6) Found my:vent hose was crimped (obvious when
filling the tank). Solved?. NO!
I should mention my tank has two separate fuel pickup
lines and filters; yet, when I switch lines 1 still get the saln'e
problem every fourth or fifth time out.
Also I noticed most recently when the problem
occurred, I could correct it by squeezing the squeeze bulb.
On one occasion the bulb was sucked flat. Obviously the
fuel line is restricted somewhere. But where? Why can I
overcome it by squeezing the bulb?With:all elements in the
fuel line replaced, including my modified pickup lines, and
no further evidence of debris in the tank- I am lost!!! Any
ideas?..
One other thought: Is impossible I still have starter
trouble such that whehitffalls back to a rough idle the fuel
pump is not able to perform properly? It certainly behaves
as-it did whearthe.starter was bad. And-the dealer told me... .
you can't analyze a starter which is behaving erratically. Of
course, that may or may not account-for the coincidental
recovery when I correct it by squeezing the bulb.Butwheh ..
initially had the stator problem I had to live with it until it
completely failed and would not recover then it would test
bad.
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Q.-
I have a four cylinder Perkins Diesel in my sailboat that
is smoking excessively and seems to be running erratically.
Any advice?
Jim
A-
Pull the injectors and have them checked for spray
pattern and operation. Black smoke is wasted fuel caused
usually by a fouled injector. Install new filters and bleed all
lines. Blue smoke is oil passing the rings or valve guides.
Depending on the hours on the engine, this may determine if
major repairs are in order.
Al

IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM OF ANY KIND WITH
YOUR BOAT, WRITE TO:
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c/o Waterfront News
1224 S.W. 1st Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315


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Editor's log
The 11th Annual New River Raft Race is scheduled
for 10 a.m., Sunday, September11, 1988. Starting at
Fort Lauderdale's 7th Avenue Boat Ramp, this year's race
again is sponsored by the Fort Lauderdale JayCees to
benefit United' Cerebral Palsy. A "Captain's Party" is
planned for Thursday, September 1, at Nathaniel's New
River Tavern. Call 305-791-0202 to register. The usual
post-race party will be held at Bubier Park instead of
Smokers Park across the river.


There is a fight going on over the name Riverwalk. The
Rouse Corporation has already applied to register the
popular label as a trademark. The city of San Antonio has
offered to join Fort Lauderdale in attempts to get the
federal trademark office to decide that Riverwalk is so
widely used that it should be considered a generic term.


The Mills' Pond Park was opened in mid-May. Located
just east of 1-95 and south of the Oakland Park exit, the
new park features a nature trail and assembly hall. The lake
will continued to be used by the Gold Coast Water Ski
Club, according to John Mazzola manager of the new facili-
ty. Softball and soccer fields are planned in the future at
the park which can be accessed at 2201 Powerline Road in
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4 Waterfront News August 1988 Letters


Hit & run boater sought


Editor:
My wife Peggy,has been working in the marine industry
for'12 years;operating a.pest control company. As you will
read below, we were'broadsided on the' CW at night by a
hit and run operator ho was probably DUI at the time.
S Our goal with the.below is to attempt to locate the boat
and through that; the operator. The Fort Lauderdale Po-
lice .Department, the Florida Marine Patrol, and the Bro-
iard CountySheriff's Office have all been notified. The
Fort Lauderdale P.D. filed the accident report. Unfortu-
nately, all of these organizations are severely understaffed
and as a result, will probably do little or nothing to help
catch this guy without further input from us. We felt that
offering a reward would be a way of finding this individual
and let his insurance company pay the costs of fixing our
boat We alsowouldlike-tb see him prosecutedto he full ex-
tent of Florida law, which provides for various penalties
for the exhibited behavior.
We are offering a $500 reward for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of the operator of the boat
that collided with our 27' Albin It's about time on Friday,
June 17,1988 at 22:15 hours. The location of the collision
was in the ICW just west of Bahia Mar. We were eastbound
and the other vessel was westbound on the wrong side of
thechannel .
;.: DescriptionfofboatAppximately 17' to 24' long, ski-
type runabout, back to back seating for four. Beige/tan
v yl interior. Black steering station:located on the star-


.Marina p

Editor:
....On behalf-of-tle-Board of Directors of the Coral Ridge
".--Association, I wish to register our oppositiph to the
issuance.of a permit by The Army Corps of Engineers to
allow piers and slipstoqbe-c6nstructed in Coral Bay by
S Sunrise Bay Harbor, ic. fSee "Editor's Log,"page 2,
Waterfront News, July 1988.]
Coral Bay is an important part of the Coral Ridge
neighborhood whose propertyowner.members make up our
Association. This bay has existed for many decades in
essentially its present natural state. We feel there is some
question as to whether the bay bottom is actually privately
owned. We also are aware the property is improperly
:- zoned to permit a commercial marina and that there are a
" number of ecological concerns that will need to be reviewed
by the proper State:of Florida regulatory and permitting
agencies.
In view of th foregoing, we respectfully' request of
S the Army Corps that no permit be granted until the
concerns we have raised are properly addressed. There
fore, we request a public hearing as provided by the notice
for the following reasons:
s Is the bay bottom actually under fee ownership of the
applicant?
If the answer to number one is yes, isthere a recent
concurrence to the fact by the. Departnientof Natural
Resources?
Since current zoning is not proper for a commercial
S marina, has a proper application been filed to change the
zoning?
Will a local Land Use Plan change be requiredfor the
S project? If so, have proper applications been filed to
request a local Land Use Plan change?
*There, is ro record of Coral Bay being platted. Is
there any actual application to plat Ciat Bay?
Has a complete development plan been prepared to
show how the site of this proposed marina will be
Compatible with the residential neighborhood abutting it?


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board side. Flush deck forward cabin.' Black rub rail.
Probably has a bow rail, Should have extensive fiberglass
and rub rail damage on the starboard side, forward quar-
ter and possible damage further back on the starboard
side. A dark blue tape trim line or bootstripe will be
scratched (we found a piece on our boat). Some part of
,the boat has light blue paint'(probably trim). Hull is basi-
cally light ivory without bottom paint, Aft 360 degree run-
S ning light is bentforward or snapped off. Boat may or may
not have a windshield.
SDescription of driver: White male, approximate age 20
-26 years, approximately 5'8";tall, light brown or dark
blond hair, "Don Johnson" style haircut'(long in back &
short on top & front), medium build to slight build, small
waist.
While trying to put his boat on plane driver broadsided
our boat, recovered, regained his helm and left southbound
on ICW or up new river.
.Possibly was docked at Bahia Cabana prior to hitting
us. Had our boatnot had a pilothouse my wife and I would
be dead. The operator is a menace to all responsible boat-
ers and needs to.be caught and punished for his irresponsi-
ble behavior. Should you see the above boat, please write
Down the registration numbers and call me at 305-564-
.. 1102 days or 305-524-2671 evenings.


Dennis Nusser
SFotjLauderdale


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:..* Hastbe Florida Division.of Recreation and Parks
reviewed the possible impacts generated by this-marina to
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park directly across the
Intracoastal Waterway to the east? :
We feel that some resolve of these concerns is
-paramount before our Associatiqn.membership of property
o owners, many of"whbm are'directly affected by this
application, ca- effectively respond to the Corps of
Engineers public notice.


Richard Searles, vice president
Coral Ridge Association, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale




Thanks

Editor:
Thank you for publishing the results of our most recent
,. fishing tournament at Quiet Waters Park. We will'certainly
S let you know about our next one and about any other water
related activities or events. I feel we have the most beauti-
ful lake in Broward County that is open to the public.We
have a good number of canoes and can get our hands on
more if we ever wanted to try a similar fund raising event
such as the canoe races which you mentioned in past issues
of the WaterfrontNews.
The lake is 50 acres in size in case you have any special
event ideas or suggestions. We are always interested in
helping any charity interested in raising funds.
Robert Newland, manager
Quiet Waters Park
Pompano Beach


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Correction
In the July issue of Waterfront News we reviewed Fort
Lauderdale Waterfront Property Owners Association
Cuisine. Unfortunately, we quoted a wrong selling price
for the cook book. It can be purchased for $4.75 by calling
467-8343.


Navy

Appreciation

Week

Editor:
The Fort Lauderdale Council of the Navy League is
starting to plan and organize the best Navy Appreciation
Week in history. But we need help to make this goal a
reality.
Navy Appreciation Week will start October 7th with a
large number and variety of Navy ships visiting Port
Everglades, and will culminate on October 14th with Wur
Annual Navy League Ball. In between those dates we are
planning a lotof family activities, parades, parties, sports
events and other community involvement. We expect
Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. William L. Ball. I!1 and"
Congressman and Mrs..E. Clay Shaw to be in attendance,
.as well as many old friends in the fleet:: .- :
We need your readers to committhemselves to join with
." usto;help the Council, the community and the U.S. Navy in
. this endeavor with volunteer work on a committee and your
S-financial support of some of-these events and activities.
Together: we cZan make our 1st Annual Navy
Appreciation Week ap unforgettable success. Please
...contact.me by writing to: ...
S .Navy Appreciation Week. :
S.- J.C. RAMSEY ,& COMPANY, INC.
901 S.E. 17th Street; Suite 202
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 3331,6

I look forward to working with you on this project


Jim Ramsey, chairman
Navy Appreciation Week
Fort.Lauderdale


Copynght by Ziegler Publishing Co., Inc. 1988
ISSN 8756-0038



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Letters Waterfront News August 1988, 5


Riverside Park reaction Thanks
Editor: Editor
Thank you for the coverage in your paper on the was able to ascertain the alleged infractions by visual Thank youfor all your contributions and participation on
Riverside Park residents. inspection just off Irons' property and by cross the 1988 Pompano Beach Seafood Festival. You are to be
Complaints against Sonny Irons [Civic Association] referencing phone book listings, listed address, telephone commended for yourcivic concern for the community. Your
began in earnest in February 1988 for living aboard his numbers and advertising placed by Irons' radio antenna efforts helped to make the festival the best yet
boat and operating a business from his residence on the component manufacturing firm. Hope to seeyou helping us again next year. Mark your
North Fork of New River. Irons said that Hester Santo's action was intended to calendar for May 13 and 14,1989. r
A Fort Lauderdale city code enforcement inspector had harass him for his leading role in Riverside Park's Donald A. Wich, Jr., chairman
May 19th circled on his calendarfor Sonny not to be living masterplan and implementation: Irons' claims that several Polmpano Beach SeafoodFestival
on his boat anymore. others involved in masterplanning their neighborhoods have
Then, city inspectors stated they needed proof of met with vindictive intimidation, taunts and retaliation
Irons' advertising for business from his R-1 residence and similar to what he is experiencing. Irons indicated that the
still living on his boat, according to Inspector John problem was so bad that he and members of other
McDonald. masterplan committees were going to meet and discuss the Editor:
Later I called Mr. McDonald and stated I had the proof matter among other things. He couldn't recall when or On behalf of the Coral Plaza Motel, Penalty Box Lounge
of Irons advertising from R-1 property. The next day, two where this gathering was going to take place. and Rosaire Paiement we wish to express our sincere Thank
other neighbors were with me when I showed Inspector Assistant City Manager Peter Witschen who has You for the Middle River Can results you pnted in your
Uoyd Haig a magazine ad with Irons' home phone number worked with the neighborhood masterplan committees is paper, nd also for the story the month before. Again weyo
listed. We were told we needed proof of sale. aware only of.trons's situation; however, he.has'been told of also for the story the month before we
They also told us 30 days surveillance day and night was ..the organization of a "Southwest Fort Lauderdale Thky
needed to prove whether he still was living on his boat. Coalition of Master Planned Neighborhoods'" made up of Theresa Paiement
I stated to the inspector that the city had fined an master plan committee members from various Fort Lauderdale
80-year-old lady for renting her dock to a boat. The zoning neighborhoods.
laws are for everyone and must be obeyed by.all, I told him. Tom Andrews, also of Riverside Park, emphasized that
I felt also I should thank you for Waterfront News' the neighborhood's master plan is not concerned with Editor:
coverage of the day in June when Mayor Cox and other city building codes set-backs'and similar private matters: and Thanks for the time that you took to visit our "new"
officials were invited to attend a coffee and donuts can not understand why their opposition has restotted to USO on the beach, for the fine article that appears in the
breakfastand watch traffic on 9th Street. Many didn't the use of such tactics. Their stated purpose as a master July 1988 Waterfront News, and for the direct delivery of
bother to show up. Commissioner Carton Moore did and plan committee was to accomplish their goals" through a papers to our office in late June. Your support is and will
shows more respect for our neighborhood than our own program of education...with ne.ighbor-to-neighbor continue to be greatly appreciated
elected Commissioner. cooperation minimizing the necessity for City JeanjeSeubert
.Hester Santo invertention." United Services Organization
Fort Lauderdale Other Riverside Parks residents like Bo Bowman : Fort Lauderdale
Editor's note: Sonny Irons has been citedby the City of supported the masterplan theories on paper, but have
FortLauderdale for operating a business on hisR-1 zoned come to oppose the way Irons and. Andrews have
property without a city license and for construction a implemented their plan upon the community. Bowman
carport without a building permit, reported inspector believes the implemented plan "benefits a few at the cost ....
Lloyd Haig. Irons refused to allow Haig onto his property of many. .- -
without a search warrant when the inspector approached See page 7
the president of the neighborhood civil association. Haig's Letters
fellow city, code compliance inspector, John McDonald, .T o Waterfront News
observed with irony how Irons, who in the past has been an 4 Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to 1224 S.W. 1st Avenue
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Riverside Park reaches for compromise


by M.G. Swift

A compromise traffic plan offered by a long time
resident has brought about an apparent consensus within
the Riverside Park neighborhood of southwestern Fort
Lauderdale.
Riverside Park is bounded by the northbound south
forks of New River on the east, Davie Boulevard (SW 12
Street) to the south west to Interstate 95 and West
Broward Boulevard this the northern limit. This
waterfront community is composed of three
sub-neighborhoods: Gill Isles (off the west bank of New


River's north fork along Southwest 18th Avenue),
Sherwood Forest (south of Stranahan High School and
west of SW 15 Avenue and East Riverside (formed by the
forking of New River west to 15 Avenue and south to Davie
Boulevard).
Up until six months ago, motorists could cut through
the neighborhood between Davie and Broward Boulevards
via the 11th Avenue Swingbridge or 18th Avenue. Also,
when the high school is in session,the neighborhood's
streets are heavily taxed. In January, the City of Fort
Lauderdale upon the recommendation of a neighborhood
planning committee erected 12 road closings within
Riverside Park. The stated objectives of the road closures
were to curb "traffic 'shorts-cutting' and speeding
through the neighborhood, and impede criminal activities
there- all premised on urban planner Oscar Newman's'
theories about evolving new types of communities and
urban patterns.
During the course of the last six months opposition to
the.road closures arose and organized. Central to their
concern was a marked increase in the traffic levels on
Southwest 9th Street south of Stranahan High School and
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by M.G. Swift

Renting dockspace in residential neighborhoods of Fort
S Lauderdale was debated at a lively subcommittee meeting
of that city's Marine Advisory Board (MAB) in July. A
second meeting of this MAB subcommittee is planned 7
p.m., Wednesday, August 3rd, at Fort Lauderdale City
Hall's commission conference room.
Single-family homeowners renting their dockage is
"specifically prohibited in residential areas zoned R-1 and
R-1-A," stipulates Fort Lauderdale's City Code. But
according to Jamie Hart, the city's chief waterfront
official, it is a difficult ordinance to enforce. Hart asked
the subcommittee to formulate ways to make the city code
more enforcible.
Is there enough legal commercial dockage in Fort
Lauderdale to absorb all the technically illegally docked
boats behind the city's 4409 waterfront R-1 and R-1-A
homes with no fixed bridges between them and the ocean?
"Yes." said Gary Groenewold, dockmaster of Hall of
Fame Marina, to his fellow subcommittee people.
Groenewald cited less than full commercial marinas and
boat yards throughout the city.
But, who says boaters displaced by code enforcement
upriver in Fort Lauderdale will stop downriver in the city's
pricy marinas. Captain Chuck Willard doesn't. President
of the Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Property Owners
Association, Willard fears, "some people want to run boats
out of Lauderdale." They will get their wish if current
dockage ordinances are not changed and are enforced as is
maintains Captain Willard, a 24-year veteran of the local
marine industry.
Karen Canal homeowner Dennis Nusser disagrees with
Willard. Nusser sees a trend among some upscale boat
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Newcomer wins sailing club's summer series


Gulfstream Sailing Club's summer series results
1st Place: Geronimo's Cadillac; J-24 David Rucker,
skipper.
*2nd Place: Wind Pirate; 39' Sun-Fizz, Dave Wallace,
skipper.
*3rd Place: Saucy; C&C 41' Bud Reis, skipper.
*4th Place: High Exposures; 33' custom built; Tony
Elliott skipper.
Twenty-three boats participated in this three-race
series geared for novice sailboat skippers and crews new
to racing and/or new to Gulfstream Sailing Club. It was
also an opportunity for novice sailors on the club's crew
pool to work with short-handed experienced skippers and
boats during the summer.
Dave Rucker, who captained Geronimo's Cadillac to two
first place and a second place finish gaining top honors in
the series, just joined Gulfstream this past spring. Rucker
and his wife recently moved to Florida from Virginia Beach,
Virginia where they were active in racing their J-24 in the
Chesapeake Bay. Being new to the south Florida area they
relied heavily on the club's crew pool to help man Geronimo's
Cadillac. The results speak for themselves.


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stopping over here in Spring 1990. In the meantime, Elliot,


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plans to race High Exposure in the upcoming Fort
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Sailing Waterfront News August 1988 9


Lauderdale sailboat dominates Abaco races
by M.G. Swift


Regatta Time in Abaco results


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Skateboard- a 32-foot 1/2 to 3/4 ton IOR sloop
Custom designed, built and skippered by marine surveyor
Paul Anstey of Fort Lauderdale- won the "Victor
Ludorum" Trophy as the overall winner of the Abaco
i-summer regattas.
SConceived in 1984 by the Green Turtle Yacht Club
-(GTYC) encourage yachts to participate in races
throughout the entire Abaco racing season (June 23
through July 10), yachts had to participate in a minimum of
five races. The opening race of "Regatta Time In Abacos"
(RTIA) in Hope Town, the July 4th Green Turtle race and
the "Round The Island" race were mandatory for scoring.
Yacht also had to submit the results of two other races
(one from the RTIA and another from the GTYC Regatta
Week). making a maximum of five races for points toward
the "Victor Ludorum" Trophy.
Anstey built Skateboard in a Fort Lauderdale yard
between 1977 and 1978. The long time Gulfstrearh Sailing
SClu member raced his new yacht'ii the 1979 Southernr
Ocean Racing Circuit Last year Skateboard with Anstey'
at the helm won the "Bahama Cup", awardedto the winner
of the Bahamas Independence Day race called the "Round
the Islands Race" held annually on July 10th.
This year's "Bahama Cup" was won.by Helen Webb's
Remedy, a Ranger 26. Guanabara II, a J-30, skippered by
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* Overall RTIA winner: Skateboard, Paul Anstey


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* Mother Tub Green Class -Babe, John Frankel
* Mother Tub Purple Whiskers, David L Olson
* Mother Tub Pink- Miss Possum, Lee Brooks
* RTIA Class Skateboard, Paul Anstey
* PHRF "C" Class-Pipedream, Scott Piper
* PHRF "D" Class- 3-0, Robert Myers
Marsh Harbor Race (6/27) winners:
*Red Tub Class-Anthem, Tom Bums
* Green Tub Class- Lady Loraine, Andrew Lowe
" Purple Tub Class- Parradise, Donald Gardner
* Pink Tub Class- Alley-oop, Donnie Maura
* RTIA Class- Tension, Alan Loy
* PHRF "D" Class- 3 Stooges, David Helmick
* PHRF "C" Class- Pipe Dream, Scott Piper


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took top PHRF honors over the five-race circuit (Hope
Town, Marsh Harbor, Man-O-War, Treasure Cay and
Green Turtle Cay.) Anstey's Skateboard won the overall
RTIA class.
Besides Skateboard, several other local boats were
competitive in their respective classes. In the RTIA class,
Call Sally placed consistently high. Like Anstey, Kim
Hollands built his boat from scratch. In the Mother Tub
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Fort Lauderdale regularly place second or third aboard
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Twenty-two yachts competed in the Green Turtle
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* Green Tub Class- Titian, Fred Temple
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10 Waterfront News August 1988 Commerce


Yacht brokers unsure about new licensing law


by Craig Lustgarten


A yacht brokerage licensing bill which became law last
month has drawn fire from critics who say the legislation is
full of.holes:
The Marine Industries Association of South Florida
lobbied vigorously in Tallahassee for. two year to have
licensing reinstated for yacht brokers and salesmen. Under
Florida "sunset" provisions the licensing for yacht and ship
brokers was deleted from Florida statutes ten years ago.
The original sponsor of the new law was Rep. Anne
MacKenzie (D Fort Lauderdale). The law, which becomes
effective on October 1, says that In order to attain a yacht
broker's license, the applicant must: have served two
consecutive years as a salesman; maintain his/her principal
place of business and residence in Florida; be of good
moral character as testified to by three reputable
resident recommendations; have never been convicted of a
felony; and post a $25,000 surety bond or irrevocable
letter of credit for brokers and $10,000 for salesman.
Representative MacKenzie stated, "The licensing
procedure has a twofold purpose -1 to get the fraudulent
operators out of Florida and to help ensure that proper
collection of revenues is accomplished:"-
Rep. MacKenzie related thaithe State. Attorney's
Office had been notified'of people who were fraudulently
receiving' deposits from consumersfor boats they didn't
own thus the necessity for this legislation:
One of the problems with the new law is that there is no
requirement that applicants be tested prior to acquiring a
broker's license.-
Rep. MacKenzie feels that testing is unnecessary
because "tests tend to be artificial barriers that keep
people out of businesss"
Ed Wiser, president; of Harrison Associates,
disagrees. Wiser stated, "I support the State's attempt,
-but the bill has big holes in it. There is no professional
organization to map out the method of conduct in the
industry, no licensing test required, and the requirements
-for the moral character standard are ludicrous."
Wiser feels that it is absolutely imperative that
applicants pass a test before becoming licensed, so that
they are able to demonstrate a modicum of knowledge in
areas such as Federal and State laws which affect
yachting, yacht financing,.Florida Sales.Tax, maritime law,
and the handling of grievances.
Wiser is also in favor of the establishment of a strong
professional organization to which every yacht broker in


Florida must belong, which would establish a code of ethics
in the industry, regulate its members, and be capable of
handling grievances from the public and between brokers.
Bud Brown, who is with United Yacht Brokers, says he
agrees with the need for licensing, but is unhappy that this
legislation excludes attorneys and charter brokers.
Brown stated, "I don't see enforcement provisions in
this legislation which provide penalties as a means of
enforcementifor those who choose to avoid getting a
license, or for those licensees which violate the law."
Jim Bleach, president of the Yacht Center, thinks the
bill will bring more professionalism into the industry.
He stated, "It's a glamour industry that attracts all
sorts of people. By putting regulation and licensing into
effect, it should help upgrade the overall quality and
integrity of the people in the yacht selling industry."

Maritime pros elect
new officers
The Propeller Club of Port Everglades elected new
officers and board of governors at their Annual
Membership meeting held on June 23 at the Cafe de Geneve
in Fort Lauderdale.
Serving for one year terms will be: Lucille Bosco,
Wedding and Party Planning as President; Chuck Lucas,
C.L. Marine as 1st V.P.; Norman Spencer, Eller & Co. as
2nd V.P.; John Grady, Grady Marine Construction as 3rd
V.P.; Marci Alson, Secretary; and Greg Bodalski, Sun
Bank as Treasurer.
Members of the Board of Govemors serving until 1991:
George Pascoe of Pascoe & Assoc., Ron Payne and
Attorney, and Mike Simmons of Port Petroleum. Serving
until 1990 are: George Bark retired captain, Glenn
Germaine of General Offshore Corp. and John Gorman of
Florida Transportation Services. Serving until 1989 are:
Wes Kurtz of Mar Inc., Ed Mohler, and Roland Parent Port
Everglades Pilots Assn. Randy Kocher of Tracor Marine
will be remaining on the board as Immediate Past President
after completing two years as President of the club.
The Propeller Club of the United States is a
professional organization that promotes and supports an
American Merchant Marine and Maritime industry. The
Port Everglades club meets on the fourth Thursday of
each month. For more information on the club please
contact Marci Alson at 782-8825.


Bob Ross, manager of Seafarer Brokerage, also feels
it is a good idea to test people on the rules and regulations
of the industry on a regular basis and also thinks it is
important that brokers and salesman work out of an office
so that the public knows they are reputable.
Ross declared, "I am in favor of minor testing of the
rules and regulations -- why should we in the yacht
brokerage industry be any different from real estate
brokers."
Some brokers also take offense with the $25,000
Surety Bond requirement under the new law..
Ed Weiser commented, "Past experience has shown
that insurance firms which deal in this industry are very
reluctant to bond yacht brokers. Considering the
increasingly litigious nature of our society, those firms are
going to be more hesitant than ever to bond yacht brokers,
especially in light of the shortcomings of this legislation."


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Marina owners sitting on their assets
by Remy Mackowski


Boat sales are booming in Florida. But Dr. Frederick
W. Bell, a professor of coastal economics at Florida State
University, isn't smiling.
That's because Bell is in the second year of a two-year
Sea Grant study assessing the economic status of Florida's
marina industry. And the results that he's tabulated so far
show a bleak horizon, not just for marinas but for boaters
in general.
"If it were an industry problem alone," Bell contends,
"you could say, 'leave it to market forces.' But there's
something here for boaters to be concerned about in terms
of their use of the waterways of Florida.
"What's happening statewide," says Bell, "is that
marina owners are sitting on an appreciating asset which,
in terms of revenue, is just not generating acceptable
returns."
According to Bell, the rate of return based on gross
sales is averaging under 10% for Florida marinas. This
statistic-is consistent with the findings of University of
Florida economist J. Walter Milon in a similar study
.conducted in 1982.
.One of the prime culprits for this anemic financial
performance is escalating land values. "This demand for
condos, restaurants and other such facilities on the water
is greater than the demand for boats and'marina services,"
says Bell.Consequently, profits realized by marine owners
are continually eroded by rising taxes.
As Bell monitors the problem, he's also researching
solutions. One of the most prominent is "bluebelting." The
term refers to tax assistance to help marina owners cope
;_ with highest-and-best-use appraisals of their coastal
- 'properties. Theoretically, the result of blue belting is that
a marina's tax bill is more in line with its profits.
S The political effects of bluebelting, however, are
balanced by lost tax revenues at the local government level.
"For that reason, says Bell, "we need to come to s6me
conclusions about the feasibility and effectiveness of
bluebelting in Florida."
That's exactly what Bell hopes to do at a one-day
workshop he is heading in Orlando on August 4. Titled
"The Economic and Political Feasibility of Tax Relief (or
-bluebelting) for Marinas in Florida," the conference is a
forum for discussion of Bell's findings. The outcome, Bell
"iopes, will be the first step toward the creation of "a


favorable environment to foster water-related activities in
the state."
And if Bell's findings bear any credence, it's a step long
overdue. Based on returns from surveys sent to 2,000
marinas statewide, Bell's study yields some alarming
conclusions. .
According to the survey, 28% of South Florida's marina
owners plan to sell to realize capital gains. That figure is
33.7% throughout Florida. Of those who plan to remain in
business statewide and in South Florida, 37% and 34%
respectively, say they will not be adding any wet slips to
their facilities.
In South Florida, the major limitations on saltwater
marina expansion cited by respondents were the difficulty



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It's obvious to Bell that there's a problem for Florida's
boaters. And it's one that promises to continue
mushrooming unless the trend of diminishing salt-water
wet slips can be stemmed. Bell hopes that generating an
awareness of the problem and its consequences will begin a
movement toward an equitable solution that will benefit all
Florida residents.
For more information on Dr. Bell's. bluebelting
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* Deerfleld Island Fishing Tournamenl
Series, through September 18th. Cal
428-5474
* Riverside Park Civic Association, 4 p.m.
Riverside Park pavilion, Ft. Lauderdale..
STelecast: Ultimate Yacht series-San Francis-
co, 4-5 p.m., NBC television network.
* Poetry in the Woods, 3 pm, Secret Woods
Park, South Fork New River, Broward County.
Call 792-8528.
* Instruction: Belly Dancing. 10 a.m., Holidray
Park, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 761-5383.
* Music: Tishan, 8:30 p.m., Musicians Exchange,
Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale.


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-0.1'


Moon in apogee


* Steamship Historical Society. Call 271-
1527 for time and location..
*' Shark Tournament, Port of Islands Marina,
Naples
, San Juan Billfish Tournament, through Au-
gust 20, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Call 809-722-
0177.
* Port Everglades Rowing Club, 1 p.m.,
Holland Park boathouse, Hollywood. Cal
7R1-7R40.


SNational Marine Sanctuaries Underwater
Photo Contest, through September 30, Key
Largo and Looe Key. Call 451-1644 or 872-
4030.
* Swimming Camp, through August 6, Misssion
Bay Aquatic Training Center, Boca Raton. Call
488-2001.
* Paddling by Canoe, through August 5, Miami.
Call 375-1492.
* Andros Bonefish & Bottomfish Tourna-
ment, through August 2, Nicholl's Town-Fresh
Creek Behring Point-Mangrove Cay.
* Summer Mini-camp, 9-11 a.m., through Au-
gust 3, Discovery Center, New River, Ft. Lau-
derdale. Call 462-8803


2 Tuesday Windsurfing, 5 p.m.-dusk, South
Beach, Fort Lauderdale. Call 473-0238.
Yellowfin Tuna Tournament, Xanadu Marina,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Seaside Stretch 'N' Stroll, 8-10 a.m., Birch
State Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call 761-5383.
Junior Tennis Summer Camp, through Au-.
gust 12, West Lake Park, Hollywood. Call 925-
8377
Exhibit: Audubon-the South Florida Prints,
Historical Museum of-Southern Florida, Museum.
Call 375-1492. Through September 25.
Wilton Manors Day at Atlantis Water King-
dom, 9-4 pm, call 390-2130.


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Moon farthest north of Equator


* Olympic Swimming Trials, through August
13, Austin, Texas. Call 719-578-4529.
* Snorkeling, through August 10, Biscayne Na-
tional Park. Call 375-1492
* Summer Mini Camp, th..-"h Unnust 10,
Discovery Center, New River Ft. Lauderdale.
Call 462-8803.
* Native isning Tournament, through August
12, Bimini. Call 1-800-32-SPORT.
* Music:Atlantean Driftwood Band, 8:30
p.m., Musicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Ft. Lau-
derdale.


+1.7' +2.0'
0045,0620*1301*1916
+0.5' 0.0'


Moon on Equator


* Ecologically Zoned: People and Places,
through August 19, Miami. Call 375-1492
* Sailoat Bend Civic Association meeting,
7:30 p.m, Bethel Church, SW-1 Ave. and SW 2
St., Ft. Lauderdale.Call 462-5159.
* Summer Mini Camp, 9-11 a.m., Discovery
Center, New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 462-
8803.
d Boating courses in: Ft. Laud. call 463-0034,.
Hallandale 454-9944, Lake Worth 848-0756,
Pompano Beach 781-1265. -


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* Wilton Manors Trip to John U. Lloyd State
Park, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; call 390-2130.
* Gulfstream Sailing Club meeting, 8 p.m.,
Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club, Ft. Laud. Call
523-1762.
* Hollywood Yacht Club dinner meeting, Call
for time and location at 474-3710.
* Bassmasters, 7:30 p.m., Victoria Station,
Dadelt:;: "^". rlil 665-7795.
* Underwater Phoiu,:1"' ,Society, 7:30
pm, Golden Glades Howard Johnson, ,,..' "'Imi
Beach, Call 722-6603.
* Port Everglades Rowing Club meeting, 7
p.m., Nathaniel's New River Tavern, Ft. Laud.
Call 761-7640.


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.* Florida Yacht Charter Association, 7:30
1 6 p.m., SeaFair, Dania. Call 525-0831
CAT-44 Sailing Club, 7:30 pm. Pierce St. An-
nex. Ft. Lauderdale.Call 755-3965.
Crossant Park Civic Association, 7:30 pm,
Croissant Elementary School. Ft. Lauderdale,
Call 524-6034.
Boating Courses ij:."u.!!"'-nd call 961-4147,
Plantatio 739-7666, Deerfield Beach 942-
9944, Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034 and Hallandale
454-9944.
"Sand in my Shoes "Award nominations dead-
line, Miami Chamber of Commerce. 350-7700.
*River Oaks Civic Association, 7:30 pm,
Westminister Church, 1100 Sw 21 st, Ft. Laud.


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U.S. National WM
through August 21,;
Palm Beach.
Senior National Si
August 20, Swimmir
Lauderdale. Call 462Ei
Navy League, 7:3C
Yacht Club. Call 785-24
U.S. Olympic DivIn
21, Natatorium, India
578-4529.
League of Women 1
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21 PearlHarbor Survivors Association, 3 pm
American Legion Hall, 171 SW 2 St., Pompanc
Beach. Call 941-2168.
Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Association
S-one-design race #8. Call 941-2168.
*Dade County ABC Swim Met, call 932-
S4200.
DogDays Blue Marlin Tournament, contact
N.E. Fla. Marlin Association at P.O. Bo>
#16298, Jacksonville, FL 32216.
Poetry in a Pub, 1:30 pm., Nathaniel's Nev
River Tavern, Ft Lauderdale. Call 742-5624.
Flashdancers Fishing Tournament, Fort Lau
derdale. Call 771-7257.


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22 Moon farthest south of Equator
Pompano Beach Marine Advisory Board, 2
pm, 1201 NE 5 Ave., call 786-4106 or 785-
1447.
Waterfront Property Owners Association
7:30 pm, Nathaniel's New River Tavem, Ft. Lau-
derdale. Call 462-4629.
Music: Atlantean Driftwood Band, 8:30
pm,Musicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Fort Lauder-
dale.
Boat courses in: Palm Beach call 848-0756,
Lake Worth 832-9902, Pompano Beach 781-
1265, Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034, Dania 462-
6987, Hallandale 454-9944.


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GSC-HIsc Invitational Sailing Race, Ft.
Lauderdale. Call 583-9505.
SJazz, 1-5 pm, Cafe 66, Pier 66 Marina, Fort
Lauderdale, with more live entertainment 7-11
pm.
Narcotics Anonymous, 11 am, 971 So. Dixie
Hwy., Pompano Beach, call 476-9297


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* Scuba Diving Instruction, 12:30 & 2:30 pm,
North Campus, BCC. Call 973-2240.
* Broward County Event Hotline #765-4468.
* Boating courses in: Palm Beach call
848-0756, Lake Worth 832-9902, Pompano
Beach 781-1265, Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034 and
Hallandale 454-9944.


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Florida Marine Aquarium Society, 7:30
pm, 3280 So. Miami Avenue (Museum of
Science), Miami. Call 666-2226.
Tuesday Boardsailig, 5 p.m.-dusk, South
Beach, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 473-0238,
Steamship Historical Society, 8 pm. call
533-5114 for location,
Boating courses in: Deerfield call 479-0946
Ft. Lauderdale 462-4497, Plantation 739-
7666, Dania 462-6987 and Hollywood 961-
4147.


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0517*1205-1820
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Windsurfing Instruction, noon, Tigertail
Lake, BCC1 Call 475-6965.
Broward County Event Hotline: 765-4468.
Boating Courses in: Hollywood call 961-4147,
Plantation 739-7666, Deerfield Beach
479-0946, Ft. Lauderdale 525-4461 and
463-0034.


+2.0'
0009-0644.
+0.1'


* Beginning Sailing, i
nia. Call BCC at 475-6
* Swimming and othea
campus, BCC; call 4
963-8835.
* Boating Courses in:H
Dania 462-6987.
* Music: The Futurei:
derdale, 9:40 pm,-1:3(
* Sea Explorer Shipit
800 So., Federal HwM
942-8500.


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Residential oocka
Ing, 7 pm, Commissi
Ft. Lauderdale.
Sea Explorer'Sli
p.m., 800 So. Federal
Call 942-8500.
Concordla Yawl IH
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203-572-0711.
Boating Courses irn
Lighthouse Pt. 91
391-3600.


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SResidential Dockagi
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Ft. Lauderdale.
South Florida Scub;
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wood beach. Call 989-7'
Deerfield Island par
Ing lecture, 11 a.m.-1 :
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lendar & Tide Tables

Sday Thursday Friday Saturday
Subcommittee meet- 4 Last Quarter Moon 5 Bootlegger/Shooter's Fishing Tournament, 6
Board Room, Citty Hall, through August 7, Fort Lauderdale. Call 563- At exb: The Constructors by Fernando
7Board Room, City Hall, Art exhibit: 'The Constructors" by Fernando
mvers Cb enel Blue Belting Florida's Marinas one-day con- Bahamas Boating Fling Ft. Lauderdale to Daza, through August 16th, Gilles Patrick Stu-
SJnvers Club general ference, Orlando. Call Prof. Bell at FSU 904- oug ugut 7 Call te S at dio, 515 N. Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.
6 50ward Johnson's, Holly- 6 imini, through August 7. Call the MIA-SF at Call 763-2612.
Qj39. 764-6636.
c animal care & feed- Broward County Marine. Advisory Florida Gold Coast Junlor Olympic Swim- Florida Crawfish (spiny lobster) Season be-
..m. Deerfield Creek at I Committee, 2 p.m., Secret Woods Nature ming Championships, through August 7, Mission gins, through March 31st.
S' Center, New Ri.er, Ft. Lauderdale. Call Bay, Boca Raton. Call 488-2001. Lime Cup Yacht Race, Biscayne Bay Yacht
lern Forest- Its Historic 357-8124. Twilight Dive, 5:30 pm, call So. Fla. Scuba Club, through August 7.
less Creek, 11 a.m.- Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board, 7 Divers at 895-6759. Pineland Shark Hunt,. through August 7,
:;all 975-7085. p.m. City Hall. Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 p.m., Pineland Marina, Lee County. i,
#258 meeting, 7:30 Eastern Shores Yacht Club, 7:30 p.m., New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 524-4736. *Ft. Walton Beach-Destln Open Billfish Tour-
,wy., Pompano Beach. Winston Towers Marina, Miami Beach. Call Ladies Billfish Tournament, Pensacola. Call nament, through August 6, Marina Point, Des-
932-0720. 904-455-5650. tin. Call 904-244-0977.

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anglers 7:30 p.m., Holly- H 1
46e5-3374. illsboro Inlet Sailng Club meeting, 8 p.m., Broward County Archaeological Society Gulfstream Sailing Club Sunfish Summer
i Divers Club meeting, S eso A omano Beac ca meeting, 8 p.m., 4th floor, 100 So. Andrews Series #4, 11:30 a.m., Independence Bay Lake.
Be Howard Johnson. ntrnatnal Yahtsmn Association Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 583-9505.
30 p, Lauerale Isles Yacht C Cal Underseas Sports dive club meeting, 7:30 Las Olas Sidewalk Art Fair, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
b meeting, 7:30 p.m., 920-3555Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club. Call p.m., Nathaniel's New River Tavern, Ft. Lauder- through August 14, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 764-
enter.Call 942-5985 Council of American Master Mariners, lun- dale. 8248.
nter.CGalleria Confe e Council of Ameri n catin Mariners, lun- Viet Nam Veterans meeting, 7 p.m., Ameri- Gold Coast Women Veterans, 1 p.m., Moose
327 G C cheon, noon, call for location at 943-2038 can Legion Hall, Hallandale. Call 920-4523. Lodge, 1201 NE 7 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Call
-Fot Lauderdale Boat Club, 8 p. m., 800 NE Theatre: Bye Bye Birdie,8 p.m., Parker Play- 527-5816.
i-Club, 7:30 pm, North 21 St., Wilton Manors. Call 792-2169. house, Holiday Park, Ft. Lauderdale. Through Music: Chuck Cantalamessa, 1-5 p.m., Pool-
igh School, Room 203, *Marine Task Force, 11:30a.m., Chamber of August 14th. side Bar, Pier 66, Ft. Lauderdale
s5- 745. Commerce, 208 SE 3 Ave., Ft Lauderdale. U.S. Olympic Rowing Trials, (pair without Exhibit Audubon/The South Florida Prints,
rtoise Burrow, 11 a.m., DIGA Dive Club meeting, 8:15 p.m., 113 coxswain) through August 14, Cooper River, through September 25th, Historical Museum of
pano Beach. Ave and Quail Roost Rd.,-Miami. Call 235-5069. Camden New Jersey. Call 719-578-4529. South Florida, Miami.

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inating Committee, International Beer Bash of Boca Raton, First Quarter Moon
156-0206. 5:30-8:30 pm, Lake Wyman Plaza, 2424 No. 20
r Ski Championships, Fed. Hwy. Call Diabetes Research Institute at Bug Light Cruising Yacht Race, Gulfstream
keecheelee Park, West Board, o t 7 566-2201. Sailing Club Ocean Fleet Call 583-9505.
eecheeeFt. LaudBoa a 70 Blue Marlin Classic, through August 20, Per- Back in Time overnight, 7 p.m.-9 a.m., Dis-
mming Meet, through .m., Riverside Hotel, Las Olas Blvd, Ft Laud. dido Key, ,u id. Call 904-455-3925.* Masters cover Center, New River, Fort Lauderdale. Call
g Hall of Fame Pool,Ft Call 43-0238. Invtional Bilfish Tournament, through Au- 462-8803.
S, Navy League, 6:30 pm, Lighthouse Point gust 20, 904-932-5726. *.American Merchant Marine Veterans mert-
pm, Lighthouse Point Yacht Club. Call 785-2216. Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 pm ing, 1 p.m., Marine Engineers Complex, 2W. Dix-
216. L DIGA Dive Club meeting, 8:15 pm, 113 Ave New River, Ft Laud. Call 524-4738. ie Hwy., Dania. Call 5869.
STrials, through August at Quail Roost Rd., Miami, Call 235-5069 Seaside Stretch 'n' Stroll, 8-19 am, Birch Navy SeaBees Veterans luncheon, 1700 N.
apolis, Indiana.-Call 719- Big Game Rodeo, through August 20, Bimini. State Park. Call 761-5383. FederalHwy., Ft. Laud. Call 781-4237".
Boating courses in: Hollywood call 961-4147, Racine In-Water Boat Show, through Au- Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Assoclation-
oters meeting, for time Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034, Plantation gust 21, Reefpoint Marina, Racine Wisconsin. Cruising Race #8. Contact Coral Reef Yacht
S739-7666, Lake Worth 848-0756 Call 312-836-4740. Club at 858-1733.

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pm, Tigertail Lake, Da- cation call 522-1182. Steamship Historical Society two-night
65. Ft. Lauderdale Boat Club, 7 pm for location cruise, through August 28, aboard Britanis. Call
watersport classes, all call 522-1182 626-3200. South Florida Used Boat Show and Flea
5-6865, 973-2240 and Eastern Shores Yacht Club, 7:30 pm, Wins- *U.S. Olympic Rowing Trials (with coxswain), Market, 8 am.-5 p.m., through August 28, Mia-
top Towers Marina, Miami Beach. Call 932-0720. through August 28, Cooper River, Camden, NJ. mi Marine Stadium. Call 792-8050 or 856-8600.
0ollywood call 922-5043, Marine Council, 7:30 a.m., 147 Miracle Call 719-578-4529. *Beer Can Regatta, call Gulfstream Sailing
Mile,Coral Gables. Call 856-0206. Club at 583-9505.
jafe 66, Pier 66, Ft. Lau- Tarpon River Civic Association, 7:45 pm, Seaside Stretch 'n' Stroll, 8-10 a.m., Birch Midsummer Gals Wlndsurfing Regat-
DEa.m. Calvary Church, 706 SW 6 St., Ft. Laud. .State Park, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 761-5383. ta,Cocoa Beach, Florida, call 407-453-3223.
1~58 meeting, 7:30 p.m., Boating courses courses in: Hollywood call Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 Florida Snipe Junior Championships,
3 Pompano Beach. Call 961-4147, Ft Lauderdale 463-0034, Pompano p.m;, New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call through August 28. Call Coconut Grove Sailing
Beach 946-7594, Plantation 739-7666. 524-4736 Club at 444-4571.

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In the Tide Tables in blue NOTE: the The tide table datum is based on the New River
te at the Andrews Avenue Bridge. Data can be
I subcommittee meet- times are military and the tide eights are in adjusted for other locations by using the "Time
in Board Room, CitydHall, Feet above or below "mean low tide". A figure Adjustments to Tide Table" in the low right hand
above the time indicates a high tide whfieraiis'i corner of this calendar. Call 524-9450 for more
#259 meeting, 7:30 figure below Is a low tide. Call 524-9450 for more information
inwompano h information about the tide tables TIME ADJUSTMENTS TO TIDE TABLE
"ilwy., Pompano Beach. TIME AJUSTMENTS
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port, Connecticut., call Boca Inlet ........ .. .. ..... +08 Minutes..........:............. .. +17
Deerfield Beach ..................... + 12 ...... ............. ..........
ollywood call 922-5043. Hillsboro Inlet ................ ....-31 ....... ... .............-50
1--0648, Boca Raton Bahia Mar................. 20 ........................... -18
Port Everglades......... ....... -45 ................... .......-62
Dania Cut Off .................. +45 :.- ..................... .... +28
2.7' HIGH Davie Bridge ....................... +40 .... +40
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14 Waterfront News August 1988


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Boca wins battle over beach renourishment


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by Craig Lustgarten

'Despite close to three years. of challenges by state
regulatory agencies lawsuits and demonstrations by
environmental groups, allegations of bid rigging'by
contractors, mechanical problems, and even alleged
sabotage, renourishment of Boca Raton's Beach along
Spanish River Park finally began recently.
Dredging will occur 24 hours day at Spanish River
Park until the end of August, when enough sand will have
been pumped onto the beach to maintain a certain width for
the next seven years.
Rick Spandoni, the City of Boca Raton's coastal and


planning engineer for the project, says dredging will have
to be repeated every 7-10 years, which will eventually
deplete the supply of sand from the offshore pits that are
being used to renourish the beach.
Spadoni declared, "By the end of August, there will be
a beach where there hasn't been much of one."
The City survived its latest legal liurdle to get the
project goingwihen an attempt by environmental groups to
obtain an injunction to halt the project failed.
The American Littoral Society, a national marine
conservation organization, was one of the plaintiffs who
filled suit to stop the project in Federal District Court.
Alex Stone, South Florida Director of the American
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project entirely, based on the adverse impacts our
research showed would happen to offshore and nearshore
coral communities as a result of the sand dredging and
deposition of material." -
Stone continued, "Our contention is that there is no
permanent erosion in the area -- that it is a cyclical thing
that will reverse itself, by itself."
However, after taking a tour of the beach at Spanish
River Park, Federal Judge NormanTC. Roettger, Jr. ruled
in the City's favor, denying the injunction in June.
Rick Spadoni related that the state of the beach's
erosion obviously played a major factor in the judge's
decision. The city also claims the beach widening is needed
to protect State-Road A1A from hurricane damage.
Suzanne Mrvosh, a Boca resident who has been fighting
the project, stated, "Renourishment is the wrong term for
this project, it's more like legalized murder."
Mrvosh says the main reason she is opposed to this
project is environmental. "Dredging is a sure way to kill the
offshore reefs," Mrvosh related.'When the coral becomes
covered with sand particles, it retracts and the whole reef
in turn eventually dies."
Mrvosh and other environmentalists also say that sea
turtles nesting on Boca's beaches will be significantly
affected by the sand dredging operations and that such
operations will directly destroy nests and discourage
"crawling".
Mrvosh remarked, "It's arrinstinctive thing for sea
turtles to come back to the same beaches year after year
to nest, and if the beach is destroyed or altered in some
way the turtles may have to go elsewhere to nest or may
nest too close to the waterline."
Project manager Rick Spadoni countered that sea
turtles affected by the dredging operations have baen
relocated out of the dredging area, and the nests that are
being removed are relocated to the south.
Spadoni admitted that the surf close to the shore will
have some cloudiness due to'turbidity -- the suspension of
silt ard clay particles in the sand that are stirred up by the
dredging process. But given the types of currents and
wave activity in the area, the cloudiness will stay close to
shore and not bother the reefs and marine life'offshore. He
added that marine life lost initially, particularly
sand-dwellers, will usually come back within a year.
As part of the mitigation process for the nearshore
rock outcroppings that will be destroyed by the
renourishment project, an artificial reef was built in April
south of the beach restoration project.
Spadoni related that "studies done on the new reef
showed more varieties of fish inhabiting the reef as
opposed to what was in the rock outcroppings."
In addition, the City built a groin jetty (of limestone
boulders) to protect Red Rock and rock outcroppings to
the south from.damage by drifting sand and sediment from
the renourishment project
Project opponents claim, however, that the groin jetty
has holes in it and thus is insufficient to keep the sand from
damaging the reefs which they were designed to protect.

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Deona Holmes holding her winning catch at the Ladies's Fish-off on


Kids helped by Ladies Fish-off


The Third Annual Ladies Fish-off was held on Saturday,
June 18,1988 in Pompano Beach, Florida. The female-only,
salt-watersport fishing tournament was held for the
benefit of Kids in Distress, Broward County's only
comprehensive treatment center for abused children.
This year's event included 225 registered lady anglers
and 135 boats. The tournament is organized and directed
by a committee of eight women.
The title Top Lady Angler was awarded to the angler
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of fish. White and blue marlin earned 100 points, and a
maximum of 50 points was awarded for other categories.
Trophies and.prizes were awarded for all levels of
experience, including Top Junior Angler. Men joined the fun
as crew members.
Tournament activities were hosted by the Sands
Harbor Hotel and Marina in Pompano Beach, and included a
Kick-off Party on Friday evening (June 17) and Weigh-in
and Awards Party on Saturday.
Winners of this unique tournament were:
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Deona-Holmes,.aboard the Southern Star. Deona


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Lyla Hamby, a Pompano Beach resident, boated
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*Third Place Lady Angler-
Lantana resident, Sandra Schulz, aboard the Rum
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*Top Junior Angler-
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World speed records fall


by Joe Alberston

SARASOTA, Fl.,.(July 3)--Perfect water conditions
led to all five of the national class course average speed
records to explode over the holiday weekend at the Fourth
Annual Suncoast Offshore Grand Prix.
Al Copeland Sr. ledthe parade of record setters by
dialing in the new Popeyes/diet Coke to the tune of an
average speed of 10969 MPH in the Superboat class.That
topped the old mark he set last year in Bay City, Michigan -
of 106.80 MPH and broke the overall course average speed
record of 108.04 set by Bob Kaiser, in the Open class,
which was also set in Bay City.
It was a 1-2 sweep for the Copelands as Al Copeland
Jr. held on forsecond place. Phil Meshinsky, in his PTM
Express, took third in the Superboat class.
Finishing right on the heels of Al Sr. was Open class
winner John D'Elia in his rig Special Edition. D'Elia and his
son, J.D., were 17 seconds in back of Copeland and
averaged 109.45, also topping Kaiser's mark. It was the
D'Elia's first win on the circuit in 1988 and will vault them
into second place in the overall National High-Points
standings. entering the race Kaiser, in Swiftsure Motor
Yachts, held a one point lead over Lorne Leibel and his
Canada Homes Challenge in the High-Point standings.
Leibel finished second here and Kaiser third, therefore
Leibel, from Toronto, Canada will be the new leader and
Kaiser will fall to third with four races to go on the
circuit..
In the Modified class Ed Colyer, throttling Team
Skater, broke the old mark by more than three seconds as
he averaged 106.88 MPH. It was Colyer's second victory, in
as many starts, he did not enter the first two races of the
year. Joseph Mach, in Dirty Laundry, who won the first
two races in Modified, finished a close second in Sarasota
by averaging 106.78 MPH. Al Kropp, driving KAT, was
third.
The brothers Akoury, Tom and Raymond, moved into
first place in the High-Point standings of the Pro-Stock.
class by virtue of their first-place finish. They averaged
101.17 MPH in High Roller, shattering the old mark of
94.28 MPH. It was a "full weekend" for the Akourys as
they also set a straightaway speed record at the Donzi Kilo
Speed Runs on Friday July 1. Of the four kilo records set,
.theirs upped the current class record by the largest
margin and brought them the Mike Poppa Memorial Trophy.
Finishing second in Pro-Stock was Allan Dunteman in
Agitator, edging out Buffalo, New York's Gary Rotundo
and his Scaredy Cat.
The Stock class saw defending National Chamion
Richard Felsen take first, and raise the record he had
already owned to 90.34 MPH. Fejsen's High Risk was
followed by James Kimes of Key West in Crimebuster.
Kimes remains ahead of Felsen in the High-Point race by 76
points, Michael Moritz, of St. Louis, MO, had his beat
finish of the year, as he averaged 88.39 MPH to take
third.
There were 24 Sportpmans boats competing in
Sarasota, however only two in the Sportsman D class. Two
Miamians, Bemy Gonzalez and Richard Conti, in US-1 Boat
Mfg., beat out Peter Markey's Razz Gonzazlez Conti also
set a kilo mark, raising the record by more than three miles
per hour by averaging 80.22 MPH for their two runs.
Rajah Rodgers continued his assault on the Sportsman
C class by taking another first place, his third on the
National Circuit He and Bob Ericksbn also set a new class
kilo mark-99.37 MPH. Al Schwencke and Jim Babcock.
both from Ft. Lauderdale, FL, finished second in
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Home-town driver Steve Kildahl teamed up with Steve
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Joe Sorrentino, took second and the third place finisher
may be the happiest person around. Rick Bieluwka, who is
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Two other locals, Richard Middleton and Dale Ream,
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Middleton and Race Director Gene Whipp used the same
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Nuri and John Sabunca, of Rochester, NY, were a close
second in Red Baron and Thomas Herring took third in
Shortcut.
Four of the five national course average speed records
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at the 1987 Bay City race. The next stop on the National
Circuit as Waterfront News went to press was July 23,
happened to be Bay City, Michigan. From there the boats
will head to Grand Haven, MI August 13, Traverse City, MI
September 4 and Atlantic City, NJ on September 24.
The beneficiary of the Sarasota race is the Suncoast
Foundation for Handicapped Children. When this year's
figures are tabulated, it will push the total contributions
over the $1 million mark in four short years. The race teams
alone, through friendly wagers and giving back prize
money, raised over $20,000 this year.


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The Main Brace,


Caribbean fairy tale
by Milt Baker


rH JOLLY MON
limmy Buffett 6 Savannth Jane Buffett


Would you like to read your kids a fairy tale of the
Caribbean written by performer Jimmy Buffett and his
tght-year-old daughter? If so, be sure to pick up The Jolly
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"This book was conceived one day," the jacket reads,
"when Jimmy was watching Savannah Jane pretend to type
on his computer. She was making up a story and telling it
aloud. He copied down her thoughts, and then they
compromised on the basic plot"
The Jolly Mon is a simple, happy tale for children and it
has a laundry list of the right elements:
a sunny Caribbean island called Bananaland
a happy minstrel who would be king (and who looks
strikingly like Savannah Jane Buffett)
a beautiful but pragmatic princess
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chicanery, and loyalty
a gang of the most feared pirates of the sea
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Like the world of Jimmy Buffett's lyrics, The JollyMon
reflects on the simple things, the things we live with--or
would like to.
Unlike the world of Jimmy Buffett's lyrics, the world of
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and justice always triumph. Well, almost.
The words are simple and elegant, and the color
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Children of all ages will identify with The Jolly Mon as he
brings joy to the lives of those he touches. And for those
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The Jolly Mon is a kid's tale that's here to stay. Buy it
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The ain Brace Waterfront News August 198 19
The Min Brce' 1


Beer bash booked

on Boca waterfront


by Barbara Singer

Tired of the domestic brew? Crave a taste with an
international flair? Then you can "savor the suds" at the
International Beer Bash of Boca on Friday, August 19th
from 5:30-8:30 P. M. at Lake Wyman Plaza, 2424 North
Federal Highway in Boca Raton.
This unique even benefitting the University of Miami's
Diabetes Research Institute is part of Boca Festival Days,
a month long promotion designed to bring fun and
excitement into the lazy days of summer by'involving the
community in numerous activities.
Guests will sample beers from all over the world in their
own souvenir mug; taste complementary tidbits; pick up
Some bargains at an auction; and enjoy some special
surprised which will add to the evening's merriment.
Tickets are $10.00 in advance or $12.00 at the door.
;Event sponsors include: the Boca Raton News; Marriott
Family Restaurants; Kwik Kopy of Boca Raton; Universal
Brands; William Theis and Sons, Inc.; and Vinco;lnc.
Call the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation at
566-2201 in Broward, or toll free in Florida at
1-800-330-3437 for tickets, which can also be obtained at
the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce.



I SEAWALL REF


Two waterfront related groups are holding logo
contests. A neighborhood civic association and an annual
festival held on the banks of New River are appealing to
artists to come up with designs to represent their
respective group and event.
The Victoria Park Civic Association is holding a design
competition to choose a logo which best portrays the

Zealous zymurgists

brew together
Dedicated to the art of making and enjoying fine beers
and wines, the first meeting of the Florida Institute of
Zealous Zymurgists (FIZZ) was held June 11, 1988.
Members shared a variety of home brewed beers and
participated in a blind tasting.
Dave McCarty demonstrated his recipe and technique
for making Florida Prince Mead, a specialty mead made
with Florida-grown peaches and orange blossoms honey.
Club members agreed on the following goals for 1988:
to increase club membership to locate a central meeting
place and to hold a beer competition on December 10,
1988.
The member of FIZZ welcome beginners as well as
seasoned brewers. Write to FIZZ at: P.O. Box #4547,
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33338 or call McCarty at
305-764-1527.

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distinct image and character of that area of Fort
Lauderdale north of Las Olas Blvd., east of Federal
Highway, south of Davie and West of Navarro Isle.
The design of the logo is left to the artist's
interpretation, however, if should capture the historical
significance and splendor of Fort Lauderdale's "Best
Neighborhood".
Designs should be limited to 2 colors (pastel, black,
white) and graphic in nature, no 4 color art, advised Kelly
Furness of the group. Be aware that logo application will
be for use on letterhead as well as outdoor signage and
wood plaques, she added.
More than one entry per artist is acceptable, Finished
designs should.be submitted on 12"x 12" hot or cold press
board, any medium. "Remember ...less is more!" declared
Fumess.
The competition is open to artists of all ages,
professional or amateur. A cash prize of $100.00 will be
awarded to the artist with the winning design. The
deadline for entry is September 1, 1988.
In another contest, The City of Fort Lauderdale, Parks
and Recreation Department is gearing up for the 12th
Annual Oktoberfest held each year on the banks of New
River at Bubier Park.
Create the winning 1988 Oktoberfest design to be
used in all promotional material including-posters, ads,
flyers and programs and win a cool, crisp $100.00.
Submit 2 color, easily reproducible designs on hot or
cold pressed 12" x 12" board.
More than one entry per artist is acceptable. Deadline
for entries is September 1.
For further details about either competition contact
Kelly Fumess at 761-5360.


HOW I TREAT HEADACHES
FOR LASTING RESULTS
Ten percent of our population suffers from head-
aches and two-thirds are women. Medication may give
temporary relief and the headaches re-occur if the un-
derlying cause of nerve pressure is not removed.
This nerve pressure results from a loss in normal
joint motion of one or more of the neck vertebrae..
.. These seven bones have joints between them to allow
normal bending and turning of the neck in all directions.
As the entire flow of nerve impulses to control all parts
of your body must flow through your neck, its optimal
SDr.jeljlnsa functioning is most important.
Physicn Causes of joint motion loss are -auto 'accidents/
vpi hy whiplash, stomach sleeping, wrong pillow usage, sports
injuries, occupational stresses, and arthritis.
I perform a specific joint motion exam which reveals any locked joints and
then un-lock them with gentle treatment to allow free movement and remove
nerve pressure. When the neck functions freely you feel better because there is
no build up of nerve pressure you. feel as a headache. As.I have helped many
headache sufferers, I want to help you feel better. For an appointment, call Dr.
Johnson at 564-9999, 1509 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale @i988
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20 Waterfront News August 1988 Classifieds


ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable
rates.. Furnished apartments.523-2156
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1 bedroom efficie-'.
ncies, rooms. Pool, laundry, cable
TV, BBQ, super location. Low rates,
weekly or monthly. Call 525-2223
LAS OLAS ISLE OF VENICE- studios &
efficiencies. 1 & 2 bed apts. Nicely
furnished. Pool & laundry facilities.
SCall 462-5515.
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts. & efficiencies. Pool,
BBQ, cable, laundry.
Call 527-0026
BANYAN MARINA APTS- 111 Isle of.
Venice 524-4430.* Elegant apts *
Pool Cable Maid Service *
Special Rates for 2 Month Minimum
YEARLY APARTMENTS--spectacular view,
from $435. Isle of Venice 467-3512.
SUPER LOCATION: waterfront apts*ef-
ficiencies,.ool*jacuzzi*cable*close
'to shops.& .beach*laundry. Weekly &.
Monthly rates. Off Las 01as.463-7067


DOCKS STORAGE -from.$75/mo. Liveabds
welcome. Easy ocean access. Showers
Service. Repairs. J&J Marina. 4550
Ravenswood Rd. Ft.Ldl. Call 981-2001
79 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater, elec/
water/phone/BBQ/shower/tv. 763-1695
YACHT DOCKAGE & MAINTENANCE SERVICE,
ideal for absentee owners. 587-8984.
Las Olas Isle of Venice. Elec, water,
pool, shower, laundry. 462-5515


SANDPIPER RESORT 91 Isle of Venice-
dockage to 50'. Liveaboards welcome.
Water/elec,pool,BBQ,laundry,cable.
Call 527-0026.
ISLE OF VENICE- sail only. 9' deep.
Up to 53', pool, shower, phone, BBQ
laundry, security. Adults/no pets.
10% off for no auto. Call 467-3512.
DOCKAGE: up to 60' (5'8" draft)
water/elec. No live-aboard
Tel. 587-0707
HENDRICKS ISLE- yearly, live-aboard.
Low craft to 43'. Berthed alongside.
Water & elec. Call 467-8371.
DOCK FOR RENT- no fxd brdgs, water
& elec.-No Ivbds. Ldl Isles 587-4793
DOCK FOR RENT- secure deep water,
elec/water, no fxd bridges 792-5215
BEAU, RIVAGE II APTS & MARINA-
9' draft sail only to 53'
Pool, shower, laundry, security.
Lower rates for storage.or no auto.
169 Isle of Venice/adults 467-3512.
ONLY 10 MINUTES TO PORT EVERGLADES
Sailboats to 45', water & electric
at dock. Call 463-2533 or 525-0923.


POWER BOATS WELCOME- full amenities
two car parking. $350/mo. Hendricks
Isle east-side. 525-3005 or 473-0769

Only 5 mins to HILLSBORO INLET-
Water/Elec & storage bay. 781-2627
Dock for rent NEAR PIER 66- Elec/wtr
No fixed bridges. Call 728-8860.
Dock for rent POMPANO- deep water
elec/water/parking. No fxd bridges.
Call 786-1756.
LDL ISLES- no fxd bridges. No Ivbds
Elec/water. Up to 50'. Ph. 587-8500
OFF RIVERLAND RD. Deepwater.On point.
Water & elec. Call 791-8858.


BOAT wanted- 19' or'above.CUDDY or
CENTER CONSOLE, no trailer. Exp Gen
Mgr, 41, (sales, credit, personnel,
short/long range planning, total
day to day operations. Wholesale,
retail & mfg. Will work for boat.
Full/Part time. Call 921-4584'.
DOCK wanted for 58' Hatteras
Prefer (2) 50 amp.220 elec. Limited
Live-aboard. Call i7t* S.
BARTENDING service private parties.
Jean Rioch 763-3971.


OFFICES, SHOPS & DOCKAGE on New Riv.
Rent from 100 to 15,000 sq ft in
growing Sun Power Marine Center,
413 SW 3 Ave, Ft Laud 522-4776.
3-BEDROOM 2-BATH HOME with central
air/heat for rent. Florida room,
carport. Dock for good size boat,
ocean access. $1200/mo. No pets.
Call Tropic Rlty. of So FL 920-8844


Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE
liveaboard welcome. Hot shower, Toi-
let,cable, phone, pool. 523-2156.
ISLE OF VENICE- liveaboards, up to
52', pool shower, BBQ, laundry,
cable, phone. Low rates! 525-2223.
ECONOMICAL MARINA- liveaboards from
$250/mo. Showers, laundry, restaur-
ant. DRY STORAGE for small boats
from $50/mo. Call 584-2500.


MODERN STATE-OF-THE-ART DEEP DREDGED
live-aboard boat dockage. Full power
water, cable TV, phone, independent
fire-line, beautiful grounds, assign-
ed parking. Laundry facility.
Rio Chateau, 124 Hendricks Isle,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 305-764-8914.
CORAL RIDGE- 30' boats(4) permanent
no live-aboards elec/water 564-8873
LAS OLAS ISLES (south side)- easy
ocean access protected deep water
No live-aboards. Parking elec/water.
722-0722 or after 8pm 525-0181.
RIVERSIDE- elec/water/tel/BBQ. Up to
35'.Live-aboard ok. $275. 462-0747
SUPER LOCATION: live-aboard, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Off Las
Olas: 208 Hendricks Isle -463-7067
NEW RIVER boat dock. Call 524-9226.
On NEW RIVER- 65' dock. Water & elec
No fixed bridges. Call 524-3569.
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER. Night light
locked fence. Good security. This is
a lovely spot. No Live-aboards.
Call 587-8451.
HENDRICKS ISLE Villas & Yacht Club.
Livaboard*Shower*Laundry*Cable*BBQ*
Phone*PATIO DECK. From $300/month.
Call 462-0041.


The Fuel Oil Polishing Company of
Delray Beach
wants to know-
Is your boat a dock-sitter? Do your diesel
engines smoke? Algae, sludge, water,
sediment. Any or all of these can be
problems. Our patented "Petrovive"
*system uses E.P.A.-approved
"ENHANCE" biocide and fuel
conditioner. Let us come to your
S1 dock and make your boat a
c' runner. Don't delay. Call today.
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DOCKAGE for houseboat (35' x 14''
Call 587-4653.
situation wanted-
Reliaile person will DOGWATCH (and/
or) CATWATCH YOUR HOME while you
vacation. Go content knowing your
pet is happy. Same fee as kennels.
Plant &.flower care included. Refs
supplied. Call Ken at 524-9464.

MARINE TRADE RELATED AREAS-Situation
multi-faceted 35-yr-old male
strong background mech. tech. enviro.
16 yrs in mngmt BA degree
Excellent ref. 305-581-5143







MARINE AIR CONDITIONING, installa-
tion & service technician required.
Rich Beers Marine. Call 764-6192.

Yacht service & installation company
expanding & LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED,
quality minded, professional sub-
contractors: ELECTRONICS INSTALLERS,
CUSTOM CARPENTERS & GENERAL YACHT
SERVICE PERSONNEL- must have tools
& transportation. Call 462-4990.
HIRING! Government jobs- your area:
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marinas and boat builders, we have
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SAILORMAN- World's largest and most
,unique, new & used marine emporium.
Send for catalog. 350 East State Rd.
S84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Call:305-522-6716 FL 1-800-331-5359
Beautiful NEW SPA- earthtone color
complete w/turbo jets $800 421-6920
FLOATING HOME- 35'x14';1BR loft,
sun-deck, a/c, custom design. Good
',office or live-aboard. "Needs work-
cat-pen'try, finishing inside. Marina
;"':Bay -area dock. BBest offer/trade.
-Call 587-4653, .
SECURE YOUR, BOAT-- ;, ,
No wiring, b ck-up battery'system.
No obligation demonstration.
:'Call 432-8955, MS Enterprises.
Brand-new.WALL UNIT- beauty 791-4043
'35.1hCQR ANCHOR $200. Call 583-8358
iGirl's English BIKE $50. Ph 791-4043
DAVITS- 6-tn, hew.motors. 491-1220
SCHIPPERKE DOG- AKC. Ch-sired..6 mo.
' $350 all' shots. CGa-l 583-8358.
CLARINET- new, giveaway @ $150.
Call 791-4'04t3.


17' LONESTAR- 80hp Johnson o/bd,
inc. trailer. $1250 obo. 587-8500.
25' OPEN FISHERMAN with cuddy cabin.
CHRIS-CRAFT w/new diesels also with
-41- ( flqnn -11 1 AnCO'


55' KETCH (Rhodes) diesel. New 4/236"
Perkins. Call Captain for details.
305-764-0586
I INTEREST- 41' KETCH long-distance
live-aboard cruiser. Call for inven-
tory.Has everything .Bristol 527-1458


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Is it true you can BUY BOATS FOR
$43 through the U.S. Government?
Get' the facts today!
SCall.312-742-1142 extra # -684


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PERKINS 4-108. Complete, rebuilt
head, inj. system. $600. ph.467-3348
DETROIT DIESEL*MERCRUISER*CUMMINS*
CATERPILLAR*ATOMIC 4*WESTERBEKE*
YANMAR- new &.used. Sunpower Diesel
Call 522-4775 (Jay)










New Westerbeke generators boat show
prices! RPM Diesel Engine Co 764-6800
ONAN PARTS- new & second heads, cams;
blocks, manifolds, cranks, stators &
rotors. We have it! Don Hillman, Inc.
2501 State Road 84. Call 581-2376.
WESTERBEKE 15kw- never installed in
boat, zero hours. $7500.
Repower Systems 925-6302
WESTERBEKE 6.5kw generator- less
than 15.hours use. $1900 obo.
Call 946-7245 (LHP)
FARYMANN 6kw diesel generator-
low-hour, like new. $1495.
Repower Systems 925-6302
6.5 ONAN- f/w cooled,. like new.
10 hrs. Call Gary 563-9445.
WISCONSIN GENERATOR (1980) 25kw-
surge. 20kw watts 200 amp service.
10 hours total running time. $8000.
Call 215-968-5688 (7pm-12am)
ONAN4-WESTERBEKE*KOHLER*NORTHERN LIGHTS
new & used. 3 to 50kw. Trade-ins are
welcomed. Sunpower Diesel.
Call 522-4775 (Jay)


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MARINE SURVEYOR &CONSULTANT-
Pre-purchase & Insurance, Sail &
power. Wm. Seager. Tel 791-8628.


MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe at 792-6092.
MARINE SURVEYOR & Consultant-
Capt. Boyd Hildebrand 925-4214 Ft.L.
MARINE SURVEYOR- prepurchase and
insurance, power or sail, fiberglass
wood, metal. Stem to Stern. 483-8318


PASCOE & ASSOCIATES Inc.
All types of surveys
Since 1944 NAMS
Four certified surveyors
524-8661 nights 946-4436


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Power and sail. Call 946-6779







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cruises, weekends. 50' ketch, 5 dbl
cabins. SCUBA. Call 525-3865






CRAIG A. LEONARD
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
NOTARY

Keqes
i"E "EIsco 1nEAInTes BROWARD: (305) 563-5662
2121 N. FEDERAL HWY. DADE: (305) 949-2248
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. 33305 EVENINGS: (305) 921-6540


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WATERFRONT CONDO SE 15 St. Ft.Laud.
Beautiful ,1/1 with 30' dock. Great
views. $66K. Riv.Pk.Rlty. 523-2212.


INTRACOASTAL next to point lot-
remodeled 2-story 5-bed 4-bath
security system/pool/gazebo/Jacuzzi
110' all new boat dock & much more.
Owner will consider exchange for
smaller home on water. Call Joe or
Skip Cassio. Adler, Chisholm, Vor-
dermeier 491-8889, eves 721-4984 or
733-5190. Asking $695,000.


;WATERFRONT HOME- St. Petersburg.
4-Bedroom 2-Bathroom family home on
deep water canal. Adjoins Maximo
:Marina. 10 minutes by boat to Gulf.
Available npw.- $157,500. Call owner
at 1-813-864-3150.
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NEW RIVER Meticulously riaintained
3-bdrm/3batt pool home located'directly
on picturesque South Fork. Deepwater
Point lotwith'210' of waterfront. Hurry!
Just listed $259,000.

LAS OLAS ISLES-DEEPWATER No
Fixed Bridges; 3 bdrm/2 bath home:
$325,000.

ROYAL MARINER Furnished pent-
house condo, spectacular intracoastal &
ocean views. Dockage available:
$185,000. May consider lease.

CITRUS ISLES-DEEPWATER Duplex.
2/2 each side. $194,900.

CITRUS ISLES Just Listed 3 bdrm/2
bath Deepwater pool home. Very pri-
vate setting.

MAYA MARCA CONDO Spacious 2
bdrm/2 bath located in prestigious Har-
bor Beach with beautiful ocean and In-
tracoastal view!! $149,900.

RESORT HOTEL CONDO 2 bdrm/2
bath furnished right on the ocean. Gen-
erates income: $155,000.

RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES &
ANNUAL RENTALS! Live on an island
near downtown Ft. Lauderdale on the'
New River! 24 hr. security, golf, tennis,
saunas, 3 pools and unrestricted ocean
access dockage (owners only as avail-
able). 1 and 2 bdrms available from
$67,000 to $119,900. River Reach ren-
tals also available.

MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
'IHave QuaifiedBuyers!"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(305)462-5770
Living and Working on the New River



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ATLANTIC MOBILE MARINE REPAIR-
gas, diesel & electrical repair.
24 hr dock svc 978-1640.
CHAMBERLAND YACHT UPHOLSTERY-
reupholstery & custom work: autos,
home furniture, boat cushions & canvas
bedspreads, drapes, Tonneau cover,
renovations, etc, Call Lisa 527-1825
COMPLETE RIGGING AT YOUR DOCK
competitive prices, quality service
Ask for Ted 463-7100
BOAT LETTERING BY CAROL- standard &
custom, gold leaf. Reasonable rates.
Free estimate call 922-0334/528-0877
COLUMBIA CARBURETTOR.ESTBLISHD 1949
262 SW 33 St FORT LAUDERDALE
NEED A NEW CARBURETTOR? MAYBE NOT.
WE ARE PROFESSIONAL REBUILDERS.
BRING IN YOUR CARBURETTOR FOR IN-
SPECTION. SEE US ist.Call Bill at
523-5500.
PILINGS'RESTORED- wood or concrete,
any condition. 10-year guarantee.
For~brochure & free estimate call
Our 30th year!" anytime 525-7/411
FUEL TANK: CLEANING at your dock.
F: LORIDA :TANK & FUEL SERVICE.
S Prompt service.. No mess. 963-1775.
GENERAL BOAT MAINTENANCE- mechanical,
electrical, refinishing, woodwork.
Reasonable rates & professional work.
S. '..CallJack at 467-3348.
YACHT REFINISHING & REPAIR- varnish,
painting, fibreglasaing, re-veneer-
ing, general maintenance. Reasonable
rates, hourly or estimate. 583-4990
PRE-SPACED BOAT LETTERING 3M vinyl
materials- gntd 7 yrs or replaced
free! Installed in or out of water.
Get 10% off with, this ad.
Supergrafix computerized lettering.
1513-C No Fed Hwy Pompano (next to
Blue Lagoon) 782-2267 *800-537-SIGN
EXPERT AWLGRIP PAINTER
12 years local experience, reason-
able rates, references. Ph 522-1191
STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar.Serv.Inc. 305-665-5348
All types & makes. Lic. & Insured.
SEA WALLS SEALED & REPAIRED
DOCK BUILDING & REPAIRS
DOCK PILINGS RESTORED.
DOCK&SEA WALL MNTCE LIC&INS.9685382
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REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING
Repairs & Installation-- service ALL
brands, 1 yr. warranty on BOTH parts
& labor,-$25/hr., day ornight, we
custom build most any type'-of unit or
DO-TT-YOUR-SELF, we sell what you need
with free advice. MEETING YOUR COOL-
ING NEEDS SINCE 1977. Call Custom
.Refrigeration at .527-0540.



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place a Classified Ad. 524-9464


CANVAS FACTORY- Flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs
Mobile truck will perform work at your
site. Call 781-1970.
Try CRUISING CANVAS of 1500 W. Broward
(Three blocks east of 1-95)
Custom marine canvas, repairs, yard
goods & do-it-yourself supplies.
FREE ESTIMATES. Call 467-2722 today.
ATLANTIC MARINE CANVAS- 100% mobile
prompt quality workmanship 943-5541
CANVAS WORK. REPAIR. ALTERATIONS.
Pick-up & deliver.Reasonable rates.
Estimates. Call 524-9497.
MACS CANVAS for all your canvas
needs: repairs,marine uphlstry*covers,
boat curtains*seats*cushions*boat
tops*sling cushions. Call 978-0755.
NATIONAL CANVAS for all your canvas
needs at 128 No. Fed. Hwy. (6th Ave)
Delray Beach, FL. Call 1-305-278-6521

Cleang


HULL CLEANING under water. Call Bob
leave message at 463-9810.
.*BOTTOMS CLEANED-propsizincs,engines
Monthly mntc. Call 587-6207 (24hrs)
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES-
boats offices houses
also prep & varnish work
Call Kathleen 462-0832
SCOTT's CLEANING SERVICE, Inc.-
total boat care, bottom service,
free estimates. Call 925-7182.
No'more Waxing! Boats, cars, aero-
planes. New teflon systems. 12 mth
warranty. We come to you. Free es-
timates. Apple Polishing. Systems
Inc of Pompano Beach. Call us on
785-7741.
D&I TEFLON SERVICES INC.
Specialists in yacht detailing,
varnishing, teak work. Protect your
boat exterior for a year with the
very best polish/sealant in or out
of water.
"Apple" dealer. Call for details
523-5145
AQUA MAIDS offers interior/exterior
cleaning, waxing, taking, grocery
shopping. Wkly/bi-monthly/month.
Insured. 748-5936.
GLENN's BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & Bi-monthly ser-
vice. Call 305-781-6861.








MATE NAVIGATOR SAILMAKER for
deliveries & offshore passages
celestial navigation, loft quality
sail repairs .underway, provisioning
for passages & cooking.
Call Kim Sanders (305) 764-8191


USCG Lisc. Capts. Cel. Nay. & Mar.
Surv. Deliveries & Skippers for
hire. Capts. John & Eric 946-7086.
LIC. CAPT. for hire- deliveries,
charters. Power or Sail. Captain
Harris. Call 763-3971.
CAPTAIN FOR HIRE- USCG 100-ton Lic.
Deliveries &/or island trips. Exp.
fisherman. Call Capt. Joe Kane
463-5586.









Save money*.Carry-in repairs on most
marine electronic equipment. FCC
licensed**Serving Fort Lauderdale
since 1955*Dick Ross, 122 SW 5 St,
downtown Ft Laud. Call 305 764-4470.
SAILORS DOCKSIDE MARINE ELECTRICIAN
AC & DC circuits 15yrs experience..
Sailboats only please. Ph'398-08951.;


LAMAR 751-2986 or 462-0176 GELCOAT
27 YRS EXP- Fiberglass & Woodworking
Repair & remodeling, cabinetry.
Your dock or mine. Jack Anderson
462-6758.


SCUBA CLASSES. NAUI. Call 564-8661.
James Sullivan professes a knowledge
of CELESTIAL NAVIGATION, LORAN-C & i
USCG OPERATOR's LICENSE PREP. Will,
teach same to seafarers for $12 per
session. Call 462-2628.










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.
CUSTOM MARINE WOODWORKING (QUALITY)
Richard Giambersio restores, renews,
rebuilds. Intrs,extrs. Call 791-8972
BINNICLE YACHT SERVICE- marine
carpentry, cabinetwork, custom
milling. Hardwoods, veneer & mica.
Complete shop facilities & dockside
service. 22 yrs. experience. Call
792-4495.


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SPECIALISTS IN MARINE
CHROME PLATING SINCE 1955
Inquiries Invited We Ship Anywhere

GULF PLATING INC.
TELEPHONE 518 S.W. FIRST AVENUE
305/467-9751 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301





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Custom Canvas-
Marine Furniture
Custom Furniture
Drapes/Shams/Sprkads
Carpet Covers/Runners
Bow & Flybrldge Seating
Complete Canvas-Services
S Fitted Mattress/Sheets/Pads
Headliners/Upholstered Walls
Combing Pads/Fighting Chairs
SBimini Tops/Frames/Full Enclosures
Quality Upholstery/Interior/Exterior
DOCKSIDE PICK-UP & DELIVERY
HEADLINER SPECIALIST
'. 563-5763
500 N.E. 35 ST.. OAKLAND PARK.
Zoe-it Re, (a P130 Teaj.
, Wanted: Experienced, Reliable
Upholstery/Canvas People


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QUALITY SAILS BY
EXPERIENCED CRAFTSMEN
COMPLETE SAILSy57E




USED SAILS HARDWARE

CALL US TODAY FOR...
New & Used Sails u Sail Repairs
o Complete Rigging Service a Hardware
SCanvas Tops & Covers
WE ARE THERE WHEN YOU NEED US,
"CLOSED SATURDAYS FOR THE SUMMER"
100 S.W. 15th Street. Fr. Louderdale, FL 33315
FT. LAUD. 522-6767
MIAMI 944-5858


ARTMARINE, INC.
Self Service Yard
SERVICE-S TORA GE
20 and 40 Ton Lift


3100 State Road 84
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312


587-3883


WHY MAKE PORT BY SIX

WHEN YOU CAN MAKE WAVES

9 'TIL ELEVEN?


Finally, a full-service Rack & Stack'that lets you stay out late.
A sale harbor Rack & Stack only 10 minutes from the Intracoastal.
A brand new, fully sprinklered marina to keep your boat clean and safe.
American Rack & Stack. The best for your boat.
Convenient Location for both Dade and Browird Boaters *
r Lasy Access from U.S. 1 and 1-95 *
F,.i'm!:;- Food & Fuel, last Delivery Boats up to 42' *
Open Daily from 8AM to 11PM Trailer Storage Available *




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Dania Cut oif Canal
Road
SRAC STACK 1451 Old Griffin Road, Dania 923-RACK


Signs By VONA
Customized Computer Vinyl Lettering
:. Wood Plastic Aluminum Glass
Magnetic Gold Leaf *
Boats, Vans, & Trucks
923 S.E. 20th Street
Ft. Lquderdale, FL 33316
763-2295


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Mooring Whips,
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K 1590 N. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach, FL 33062
(305) 941-9200


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518 W. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
SWe Invite you to Join us in a Tradition of
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on New River at Sailboat Bend and the 7th Ave. Bridge.

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