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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1988
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    Main: Sailing
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    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
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Summer Olympic Watersports
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Seven.of the 29 sports scheduled for the Summer
Games of the 24th Olympiad will be water sports.
Canoeing, Rowing, Swimming, Diving, Water Polo and
Synchronized Swimming competitions will be held in Seoul,
South Korea. Yachting will be staged in Suyong Bay near
Pusan. The Summer Olympics will run from September 17
through October 2, 1988.
When it is 8 p.m. in Florida it is 10 a.m., the next
morning in Korea,thus,many of this year's Olympic events
will be telecast live here. Unfortunately, all yacht racing
off Pusan will be video-taped, according to NBC Olympic
scheduling spokesman, Peter Diamond. This was the case
with the 1984 Los Angles games, Diamond pointed out,
and again this year particularly given the distance Pusan is
from Seoul.
Women's Platform Diving preliminaries get underway
Saturday afternoon, on the 17th. Men's and women's.
platform and springboard diving preliminaries and finals
will continue in Seoul through Thursday, September 29th.
Heats in Women's 100-meter freestyle and 400-meter
individual medley competitive swimming will be held
Monday, September 19th. The men compete in 100-meter
breaststroke and 200-meter freestyle heats that same
day. Heats and finals for those strokes along with
butterfly, backstroke, and medley and freestyle relays will
be held through Sunday, September 24. The next day, the


25th, synchronized swimming begins, running through
October 1st.
Rowing starts Monday, September 19th through the
25th with men's and women's competition.
Yacht racing gets underway in Suyong Bay on Tuesday,
S September 20. Yachting categories include: Flying
Dutchman, Sailboard Tornado, Soling-Star, Finn and 470
M&W. Seven races will be run through to the finals on
Wednesday, September 28th.
Water Polo matches are slated for September 21st
through October 1st Canoeing runs from September 26th
through Octoberlst.
For more detailed day-by-day time listings of specific
water sport event scheduling refer to the centerfold
Marine Community Calendar in the issue of the Waterfront
News. Keep in mind the 14-hour time difference between
Florida and Korea; all events are given in Korean time.
1988 Olympics Yachting venue
Date Time Event
Sep..20 (Tue.) 13:30-17:30 First Race
Sep. 21 (Wed.) 13:30-17:30 Second Race
Sep. 22 (Thu.) 13:30-17:30 Third Race
Sep. 23 (Fri.) 13:30-17:30 Fourth Race
Sep. 24 (Sat.) Reserve day
Sep. 25 (Sun.) Reserve day
Sep. 26 (Mon.) 13:30-17:30 Fifth Race
Sep. 27 (Tue.) 13:30-17:30 Sixth Race
Sep. 28 (Wed.) 13:30-17:30 Finals


U.S. Olympic sailing teams chosen


by Bob Black


Newport, RI and San Diego, CA-Fifteen of America's
finest sailors, composing eight sailing teams, won Olympic
berths at intensely competitive trials held at two venues
and will carry the red, white and blue to Pusan, Korea this
summer. A total of 388 athletics raced for the honor.
There were from seven to ten days of racing depending
on the class of boats and fleets ranged from 45 in the
Sailboards to only ten in the Flying Dutchmen. Just to
participate took two years of intense competition.
Some who will represent the U.S.A. in the gusty and
current-filled waters off Pusan, had a surprisingly easy
time of it in the final trials. 25-year-old John Shaddon of
Long Beach, Cal., a stockbroker, took second place in
his first outing and then won every other race in the Men's
470 class. He and crew Charlie McKee, 26, of Seattle,
made it look positively easy.
A new class has been added to the Sailing
Olympics-that of Women's 470 racing. Allison Jolly; 31, a
computer programmerfrom Valencia, Califoria and her
crew,-Lynne Jewell, 28, of North Hollywood, nailed down
theirOlympic uniforms with a sterling series of fourfirst
place finishes, a second, third and sixth.


Shifty Winds; Rotten Currents
The sailing off San Diego and Newport was a cup of tea
compared to what the pre-Olympic contestants found last
year atthe actual venue in Pusan.
Strong tides run across the course in Suyong Bay
producing survival conditions in opposing winds. Tidal
streams form a series of confusing currents and counter
currents and during the Olympics in September, the tides
will build during the regatta, peaking on the last day of
racing.
The situation, according to Barry Pickhall of the Times
of London, is rendered worse yet by a steep shelf in the
ocean floor running diagonally across three of the four
courses. Only the sailboards won't have to break through a
wall of standing waves to get into a stronger currents.
The winds bend around the shoreside mountains,
causing 30 to 40 degree wind shifts and seas that
challenge both seamanship and construction.
Insofar as the U.S. team is concerned, overconfidence
might be an enemy. Four years ago, in Long Beach, the
U.S. sailors brought home three gold medals and four
silvers out of seven racing classes. No Olympic team has
ever done so well in any venue inany years we didin1984.


A quarter of the action in this month's Sum-
mer Olympics Is watersports. Sailing, swim-
ming, diving, rowing, waterpolo and canoeing are
highlighted in the front page story and Ten
Cheney's cover art.

The New River Raft Race has been over-
hauled by the Jaycees and features several new
options. Check out the story on page 6'
Are you boating 'Only for pleasure' or do you
have 'Passengers for hir?' The distinctions are
vague and the consequences can be severe. Learn
moreon page 7
There's a boat show in Coconut Grove.
See page 12

The SORC has announced some changes in
1989. Turn to page 9

Bryan Brooks looks back at the two-day lob-
sterseason on page 11

Read about a deep diving instructor train-
Ing program on page 10
Find out who has been chosen for the U.S.
Olympic sailing teams on page 1

The Sailboat Fishing Tournament is get-
ting organized for the fall. See page 8

Jim Sullivan is.discussing stars and artificial
reefs on page 17

A marine aquarium show is coming to Miami
in September. Turn to page 15

There is a followup story to last month's piece
on a new yacht brokers licensing law. Find.16

Related to that, there is a new professional
organization for yacht brokers.

Water taxis may soon become a common sight
in the area. Read more on page 161

A volleyball tournament is planned for the
beach. page 14


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Editor's Log


A beach cleanup is being planned.for the Broward
County coast by a locally based natiorial environmental
organization. On the morning of Saturday, September 24,
1988 volunteers will police beaches in
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and John U. Lloyd State Park
(more sites if enough manpower steps forward), picking
up human trash and debris, according to Judy Hicklin from
the National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation. Hicklin said
that the cleanup crews willbe keeping track of what types
of trash are being picked up and where in the hope that the
sources and causes of refuse problems can be traced.
Those interested in helping with the beach cleanup call
Ms. Hicklin at the Sea Turtle Foundation's headquarters in
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea at 305-776-0085.
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The Fort Lauderdale International Outboard Grand
Prix is scheduled for the Intracoastal Waterway north of
the Las Olas bridge on October 7 through 9. The following
weekend, October 15, the Miami-Nassau-Miami
Searace is planned.
Sands Harbor Marina, located on the Intracoastal
Waterway north of the Atlantic Boulevard bridge in
Pompano Beach, is planning to build a 13,800 square foot,
two-story shopping plaza and restaurant. The site located
just east of the yacht basin, is currently occupied by two
small buildings housing a boat rental operation and a
deepsea fishing charter company. Ground breaking on the
waterfront plaza is scheduled for spring 1989, according
to Charles Seitz, general manager of the complex.

Angelo and Cathy Lopez of Plantation are winners of an
Atocha Piece of 8. The coin was the Grand Prize at Ocean
Expo '88 in Miami earlier in the year. The 1989 edition of
the diving and watersports show will be-held February
24-26, 1989 at the Coconut Grove Exhibition Center.


TheMajor William Lauderdali neighborhood park was
dedicated by the Sailboat Bend Civic Association July
30th. The park, located at Southwest 11th Avenue and
4th Street, just north of the old swing bridge over New
River's north fork, received $35,000 worth of
improvements from the City of Fort Lauderdale.
Residents decided to rename the park, which had been
known as Waverly Park for about 70 years, in honor of
Major Lauderdale, who built a military fort in 1838 on land
just two blocks away. The civic association planted a bit of
history during the dedication with the introduction of a
coontie plant, the raw material for arrowroot a product
sold by Broward pioneer William Coolie.
The one-acre park will remain a pastoral setting for
neighborhood residents to enjoy some greenery and Maupin
hopes to one day organize croquet games and a tournament
there. Some $3,000 collected from neighborhood
residents will be used to maintain the park, install a
flagpole and possibly improve lighting.
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The 5th Annual Sailboat Fishing Tournament is planned
for Saturday, November 12, 1988. Both the kickoff party
and the weighin will be at Harbour Towne Marina in Dania.
For more information call 524-9450.
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Fort Lauderdale's Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 3-2
will be planning host to a regional conclave of all flotillas in
the southeastern United States in September 1989, the
50th anniversary of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Founding. Flotilla 3-2 was started soon afterward in
1941, according to Irwin Siegel, a past commander of the
local unit
Last year the Fort Lauderdale flotilla's headquarters
at McVey House on the Intracoastal Waterway between the
Swimming Hall of Fame and Los Olas Bridge was being
considered as possible site for a new police substation.
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More Riverside reactions


Dear Editor:
Hester Santo's letter ("Riverside Reaction," August
1988 issue of the Waterfront News) alleged that Sonny
Irons, president of the Riverside Park Residents'
Association, was "operating a business from his
residence." An "Editor's note" followed which elaborated
on herallegation, and included speculative and false
comments about Irons and the Residents' Association which
elected him president. This is not the first time that Ms.
Santo has directed accusations at the Riverside Park
Residents' Association and/or its officers, but this
printing of her accusation along with the accompanying
"editor's note," amounts to an articlethat portrays gossip
as news in its failure to differentiate between fact and
allegation.
I have lived down the street from the Irons family for
four years. Their residence is credit to this
neighborhood--well-maintained, quiet, and free of trash or
any other signs of the neglect that is all common elsewhere
in the neighborhood. Their residence is also free of
vehicular activity which would characterize a business
operation such asalleged.
The accusations against Irons really deserve no further
attention, but I do feel compelled to set the record
straight on two of the misrepresentations appearing in the
letter and the editor's note:
1) What was portrayed as "operating a business from
his residence" is Irons' past use of his home phone number
to answer technical questions and direct world-wide
inquiries about his inventions to the nearest electronics
dealership where his inventions are sold. Irons does not
operate a business from his residence.
2) The operation, integrity, and credibility of the
Riverside Park Residents' Association is also erroneously
portrayed in the editor's note, where it is stated that
"..Irons and Andrews have implemented their plan upon the
community." This is a gross misrepresentation. The fact is


that over fifty Riverside Park Residents took nearly three
years surveying the neighborhood, identifying issues,
researching solutions, consulting with city staff and
emergency service departments, studying actions taken by
other United States' cities, and then writing the most
through document of its kind in the history of Fort
Lauderdale. All this work took place in well-publicized
public meetings where involvement and support grew
continuously. The plan was then offered to the
neighborhood in a massively publicized all-day presentation
where it was overwhelmingly approved by four times as
many neighborhood residents than had voted in the
previous City Election. By the time the plan was in the
implementation stage, hundreds of Riverside had joined in.
The characterization of this neighborhood revitalization
plan as a two-man agenda is preposterous and insults the
hundreds of Riverside Park Residents who have donated
their time and effort to the neighborhood revitalization
project.
The Waterfront News may consider Ms. Santo's
unproven accusations (along with extensive editorial
comment) to be newsworthy. I do not Devoting newspaper
space for the spread of accusations that are tantamount
to gossip is a waste of newspaper space-especially in light
of the need for attention to the critical issues that are
facing Fort Lauderdale's neighborhoods, and the City as a
whole. The additional misinformation appearing in the
"Editor's note" compounds the disservice to the reader
and the community.
Tom Andrew,
Fort Lauderdale
Editor's note: Tom Andrew and Sonny Irons were only two
of over fifty Riverside Park residents who helped write
that neighborhood's masterplan and are only two among
many more whoare trying to implement the plan in that
Fort Lauderdale waterfront community.


Salt-water fishery threatened


Editor:
Florida salt-water recreational anglers have been
blamed for a large portion of the decimation of the
Ssalt-waterfishery,.unjustly accused for taking more than
their fair share of the fish. What's worse, the recreational
anglers have been asked to pay for the restoration of the
plummeted salt-water fish populations, as evidenced by
Rep. Peter Dunbar (R-Crystal Beach) periodically filing a
bill calling for a salt-waterfishing license to be paid by the
recreational fishers.
Others who have also been repeatedly blamed for the
failing fishery have been allowed to'get off the hook from
paying their fair share into the restoration of the
mismanaged fishery. These people include developers,
polluters, governments which allow raw sewage and
devastating chemicals to be poured into the salt waters,
commercial seafood producers and processors, gas and oil
drillers, etc.
The recreational angler paid his fair share with the
taxes on his fishing tackle, boat, engine, boat servicing,
hotels, restaurants, travel expenses and other related
costs. In fact, salt-water recreational anglers paid about
$150 million in taxes directly to the state treasury in 1980
(when the sales tax was only 4 percent) after generating
$5.5 billion in sales creating 124,000 jobs, which led to
$1.4 billion annually in wages within Florida and built an
asset value of$27 billion.
Recreational anglers should not be the sole inheritors of
the blame, nor should they be the sole financiers, for
restoring a salt-water fishery which has been allowed to
become almost a dead sea by those responsible for.its-
management, namely the Marine Fisheries Commission, the
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legislators, as well as the voters who elect the managers of
the fishery.
The commercial fisherman must pay $25 for a
salt-water products license in order to sell fishto a,
wholesaler. If the fisherman catches one large grouper, he
can regain his license fee with the sale of that fish. alone.
The commercial fishermen who use gill nets'in Pasco,
Pinellas, Manatee and Hillsborough counties must pay $300
for a gill net license. The resident retail dealers pay $25
for their license, while aliens pay $250 and non-residents
pay $200.
A county wholesale dealer's license costs $300 for the
resident, $500 for the non-resident and $1,000 for the
alien. A state wholesale dealers license costs $450 for the
resident, $1,000 for the non-resident and $1,500 for the
alien. There are other commercial licenses which cost very
small amounts also.
A few years ago, one seafood processor was quoted as
saying that he paid about $125 per year for licenses for his
$25 million annual business.
If one commercial fishermen buys a salt-water products
license for $25, several other fisherman may use that
license to indirectly sell fish to the wholesaler. Why not
raise the license fee to $3,500 per commercial fisherman?
The commercial seafood processor may pay as much as
$1,000 for resident licenses. If one purse seine can catch
several thousand pounds of redfish with one cast, the
license fee is regained in a few hours. Why can't the
commercial seafood processor pay a surcharge of 6
percent on the sale of his fish, a surcharge similar to the
one the citrus industry pays on each crat~ oforanges and
grapefruit sold?
Robert W. Barrickman


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Inlet problems for

small boats
Editor:
I have been involved in boating most of my life, both
professionally and as a recreational boater. With this
background I know and appreciate the sometimes
conflicting needs of the various groups of boaters which
make the job of regulating the use of our waterways very
difficult. I live on the water in Port Everglades and
everyday I watch the traffic on what has to be one of the
most heavily traveled waterways in the country.
On any Saturday or Sunday it would be foolhardy for
any boater in a vessel less than 25 feet in length to
attempt to navigate through the Port area. Primarily, the
sportfishing boats and cruisers of 30 feet and more chum
the water to generate waves up to a heavy sea state.
Moreover, the seas are so confused that even larger boats
have trouble negotiating throughout the traffic.
This past Sunday I witnessed another small boat
capsize when he was caught between two passing
sportfishermen in large yachts.Luckily, he and his
passengers did niotdrown, but they were almost run over
by an ocean racer going at least 30 knots around buoy 29.
Suffice it to say that by failing to reduce the speed in
the Harbor area, the Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory
Board effectively is restricting the use of that water to
those who would risk their life in an uncontrolled raceway.
Most small boaters I know will not go through this area on
the weekends because it simply is not safe.
I understand the need for the pilots, tugs and others to
be able to expedite moving around the harbor, and I am
sure that an exception could be made for them. But I
cannot understand the Board's reluctance to reduce the
Harbor to a "no wake" area. As I am sure you are aware,
the current speed limit of 30 mph, while very modest for
automobiles, is too fast for safety in boats in a congested
area such as the Harbor.
What we are talking about is a very small body of water
and very short distances. Except for the commercial
operators, who can be exempted, speed reduction would
not be a hardship on pleasure boaters who really are in no
hurry to go anywhere. They only wish to go fast
I assume that this letter is not the first that the Board
has received on this issue. But I also assure that the Board
must be concerned also with the potential for liability of its
members for failing to exercise their responsibility to the
boating public..
I urge the Marine Advisory Board to again (most likely)
give this matter its careful consideration. They should
consider the needs of this area's small boaters who would
like to share the water with the "fat cats" who can afford
the big boats. If a petition would help document the
concerns of our community, I am sure that one can be
obtained.
Everette E. Thomas
Fort Lauderdale


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Letters Waterfront News September 1988 5

Busybodies' worry about dock rentals EjE


Editor,
I see the "busybodies" are at it again worrying about
which of their neighbors are renting out dock space in R-1
and R-2 zoning. The way the "snoop group" is performing,
it will not be long before waterfront living will be
comparative to living in a condo where everyone is his
neighbor's "big brother." [See "Residential dockage
debated," page 7, August 1988, Waterfront News.]
It puzzles me as to why city officials should be
pressured into enforcing such petty and harmless things as
dock rentals when such efforts would better serve the city
as a whole by going after the drug dealing and other
criminal activities that are still rampant at places like the
Seventh Avenue Boat Ramps and along the waterfront
area downtown.


Propellor Club update
Editor:
Thank you for publishing the Propeller Club of Port
Everglades election results and information in the August
issue. It has already resulted in some new members.
Thursday, August 25th, at the club's monthly dinner
meeting, Ron Washam, chairman of the Southeast Florida
Chapter of the Steamship Historical Society of America,
will be the guest speaker. Mr. Washam's topic will be:
"Oceanliner Panorama, then and now."


I know a few of those gripers, several of whom do not
have docks of their own. I feel that they are just envious of
dock owners who have a chance to earn a few extra dollars
to help pay their inflated waterfront property taxes. If
the "snoop group" and their friends would get together
and move into one big condominium, everyone would be
happy--both them and the rest of us.
So let's get our priorities in order and stop wasting law
enforcement manpower and taxpayers' money on trivial and
inconsequential matters and put those efforts and funds
where there are still existing situations that are
threatening both our lives and property.
Dick Winer
Fort Lauderdale


Sheriff Nick Navarro will talk about Broward County's
jail system at the September 22nd meeting.
Both dinner meetings begin with cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
and a 7:30 dinner. Cafe de Geneve, 1519 South Andrews
Avenue, in Fort Lauderdale will host the Propeller Club
gatherings.
Marci Alson, secretary
Propeller Club of
Port Everglades


World 1000 plans for 1989


Editor,
The rules of the 1989 World 1000 have now been
adopted and registration forms are available to any team
which plans to participate in the race which starts in Fort
Lauderdale and finishes in Virginia Beach. [See 'World
ends...", page 17, July 1988, Waterfront News.]
I am receiving a lot of pressure from the Hobie 21
sailing community to extend the maximum boat length to 21-


feet. After the H21 Class last year (no one signed up), I
am not inclined to make this concession. Nevertheless, I
would be interested in your readers' thoughts on the
matter. If you have an opinion, please drop me a line.
Al Etheridge
129 So. Lynnhaven Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23452


Stolen boat lookout
Editor:
I am an avid reader of your informative newspaper and
believe that to get to water-oriented folk this is the only
way to go.
Has anybody seen the pictured boat? It was towed
away from rented premises on Buchanan at 63 Avenue in
Hollywood by two white males in a white Ford pickup truck
recently. It is powered by an 80 horsepower Mercury with
electronic tilt.
Should you see it please call me at 435-3884. A reward
is offered.
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New River Raft Race different in 1988


The Fort Lauderdale Jaycees are altering course tnis
year with their 11th Annual New River Raft Race.
Festivities will be spread over a two-day period instead of
one at a new riverfront park and the race fleet will feature
a new class -Bar Canoes- competing on a shorter New River
course than the traditional one used by the rest of the
hand-made, jury-rigged and rubber rafts, other canoes
and kayaks.
The weekend of September 10 and 1.1, 1988 has been
pegged by the Jaycees for the raft race activities and
"Treasure Island" will be the official theme. Live music,
food, drink and rides for the kids will be available at
Bubier Park on the north bank of the New River just east
of the Andrews Avenue bridge on Riverwalk in downtown
Fort Lauderdale both Saturday and Sunday.
The longer main raft race is scheduled to get underway
at 10 a.m. on Sunday fromthe Southwest Seventh Avenue
Boat Ramps. The new two-man Bar Canoe race will start
earlier in the morning running from the ramps down river to
the FEC railroad bridge. The New River will be closed to
regular boat traffic by the Coast Guard from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Rafts can be hand built or made with boat hulls or
rubber inflatables.Competitors can also use canoes and
kayaks. They will race for awards for fastest elapsed time
in similar categories: hand built raft, raft with boat hull,
rubber raft and canoe/kayak.
In keeping with the "Treasure Island" theme, a "Pirate
Award" will be given to the raft that best exemplifies the
spirit of Stevenson's classic novel, in the opinion of the
race committee. Ten other awards will be handed out to
raft crews at the post-race party in Bubier Park on the
north bank of New River just east of the Andrews Avenue
bridge on the Riverwalk in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Bubier Park will also be a good vantage point from
which spectators can watch the 100-plus rafts race from
the boat ramps down river towards the Intracoastal
Waterway, turn around and come back again to the ramps


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Local Notice to Mariners
New River Closure: New River area between the SW7
Ave boat ramp east to New River Light Nr #2 will be
closed to all marine traffic from 0900-1400 EDT
11SEP88
REGATTA REGULATIONS
Event: New River Raft Race
Effective time of regulations: 0900-1400 EDT
11SEP88
Regatta Area: Restricted area will be all navigable
waters from SW 7 Ave. ramps east to New River Light Nr
2, and returning to point of origin.
Regulations: Boating traffic in the area indicated in
paragraph above 4ill be controlled by the USCG Patrol
Commander during the time shown above.
Patrol Craft: Any Coast Guard or Coast Guard Auxiliary
or other-vessel designated by the Commander, U.S. Coast
Guard Group. Miami, Florida in accordance with the
authority contained in 14 USC 826 & 33 CFR 100.40 (b)
to patrol the race. Patrol vessels will fly the Coast Guard
Ensign or Auxiliary Flag.
Violations: Anyone violating any of the regulations herein,
any others, or directives issued by the Coast Guard Patrol
Commander pursuant to, and to effect compliance with the
above regulations is subject to having his license suspended
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New River Raft Race.
No hand or power drven pumps or sling shots will be
allowed in this year's raft race for safety reasons. Nor will
water balloons be allowed by participants or spectators.
A Captain's Party is planned for Thursday, September
1,1988 at 7:00 p.m., at Nathaniel's New River Tavern in
Fort Lauderdale. Final instructions for the raft race will
be issued at that time. Also, after the first, a $10 late fee
will be added to the $50 individual and $250 commercial
entries. There is a $100 fee for each bar canoe entry.
The tax deductible entry fee benefits United Cerebral
Palsy of Broward County again this year.
At Saturday's pre-race party the Hot Walker Band will
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Gold Coast Cloggers, the Do-Da dancers and Tony Chance
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Waterfront News September 1988 7


'Only for pleasure' versus 'Passenger for hire'


The reconciliation of the U.S. Code (Public Law 98-89)
removed the phrase "passengers for hire" from the
definitions designed to ascertain when a license was
required for carrying people for a boat ride. Now a cruise
or boat trip must meet the definition of "for pleasure
only."Today a pleasure boat operator may be in jeopardy
for operating illegally without even knowing it even if he is
not carrying "passengers for hire."
Prior to this change,a license was required if there was
any compensation flowing to the owner or operator. That
included sharing fuel costs and meals, bringing the bait, as
well as paying money for the trip. The redefinition is
broader now and includes more areas than before.
Some examples of operations which require a Captain's
license are:
A boat being used for promotional purposes or to
create goodwill is not being operated "only for pleasure.'
A member of the 6 o'clock news team asks you, as a
friend to take him out to get some pictures of the new
cruise ship coming into port. No compensation was paid as
you did it as a favor, however it was not "only for
pleasure."


Entrance fees to a sportfishing tournament which
entitle the entrants to participate in the tournament and
transportation on another's vessel make the operation
other than "only for pleasure."
The above scenarios require licensing under the current
definitions, but may not have under the former.
In a recent reply to a letter from a congressman who
had been asked by a constituent to inquire, Admiral Yost,
Commandant of the Coast Guard, stated: "The Coast
Guard has no desire to infringe on a private individual's
recreational use of a vessel within the scope and intent of
the recreational boating laws. However, the carriage of
statutory defined passengers, as opposed to guests,
requires the application of a higher degree of safety.
Generally, on a recreational vessel the safety of the
vessel's owner, operator, and guests resides with the
owner, and minimal federal requirements are applicable.
Then the carriage of statutory defined passengers or
requirements and responsibility to enhance the safety of
the passengers increases."
Captain Bob Arnold, director of a national captains
licensing school, forsees numerous problems for boaters


"A little preventive maintenance could have
avoided this,speculated Lt. Roger Edwards of the Fort
Lauderdale Fire Department after the investigated a boat
fire at the city's SW 7th Avenue boat ramp in August.
Boat owner Richard Commito bought the boat for $600 at
an auction of confiscated vessels two years ago. The Volvo
outdrive with an inclosed Chevy inboard appears to have
backfired, igniting a gas leak in the carburetor, said Lt.
Edwards. The boat was still on the trailer in the ramp with
the propeller in the water at the time of the fire. Commito
had a fire extinguisher on board but the blaze was too
intense for it to be effective. He was slightly burned but
refused treatment, said firefighters who eventually
arrived and put out the flaines.
photo by Dick Winer


and their insurance companies. He said "I can envision
insurance companies refusing to cover losses resulting
from pleasure trips that may now fall under the 'not only
for pleasure' ruling. Most insurance companies have a clause
that excludes coverage when the boat is used for illegal
purposes'.
Arnold continued, "The boater may consider 'illegal
purposes' to be carrying drugs, but to the insurance
company it can mean any situation where the Coast Guard
considers a license necessary."
On top of that, the Coast Guard can take action against
the boat owner and his boat for violating the passenger
carrying licensing laws.
The following scenario may reach home to a lot of skin
divers and boaters who fish: Members of a skindiving club,
contributing nothing for their passage on another
member's boat, find that they have speared one more fish
than they can use and decide to sell it on the dock when they
return. The trip was not "only for pleasure."


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8 Waterfront News September 1988 Sailing


Sailboat Fishing Tournament slated for the fall


"Fishermen on power boats don't think you can fish from
sailboats," cautioned sailing angler Patrick O'Donnell. "if
they tell you the engine noise attracts fish, just nod your
head," advised the founder of the Sailboat Fishing
tournament. "I've found they get upset when sailors outfish
them."
For the fifth year the North Broward Kiwanis Club will
heed O'Donnell's words and sponsor the Sailboat Fishing
Tournament, Saturday, November 12,1988 off the coast
of Broward County.
A kick-off party for skipper and crews will get
underway 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, November 10 at Tugboat
Annies in Dania's Harbour Towne Marina. Besides a
discussion of tournament rules and details between the
tournament committee and participants, there will be a
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The weigh-in will also be at Harbour Towne Marina on
the south bank of the Dania Cut-off Canal for the first
time this year. The fleet is expected in between 4 and 6
p.m., Saturday.
An awards ceremony back at Tug Boat Annies is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m. immediately after the weighin. A
$600 first prize will be given to the high point sailboat,
with $300 to second and $100 to third along with
trophies. Trophies will also be awarded to those anglers
catching the largest dolphin, king mackerell and billfish,
respectively. The best female and junior anglers will be
honored as will the top catamaran (under 23-foot) catch
and windsurfer angler. A special $200 cash prize will


be awarded to the "ourest sailor who has the largest
catch undersail only.
For a $75 per boat, $10 per angler donation anglers
can attend the kickoff party, participate in the silent
auction and compete in the fishing. Tournament from a
mono- or multi-hull sailing vessel for over $1200 in cash and
prizes.
The North Broward Kiwanis Club are using the Fifth
Annual Sailoat Fishing Tournament as a fund raiser for the
Neurofibromatosis Foundation (NF or "Elephant Man's
Disease") and to draw attention to a sport that bridges
fishing and sailing.
Call the tournament hotline at 524-9450.


Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club gears up for big fall


by Bill Jordan
With the Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club's Summer Series
just underway, plans are already in place for a very active
fall program of racing, cruising, and social activities.
The annual HISC fall Race Series will begin on
September 11th. The fall Series consists of four races and
the series is scored on the best 3 out of 4 races. Racing is
conducted in two classes: the popular PHRF class, and a
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class is designed for husband and wife crews, and for
those HISC members with cruising boats who want to take
advantage of the club's competitive racing program.
About two dozen boats will compete in this series. Each
race features an after race party where results are
announced and awards presented to the day's winners.
The fall session of the HISC Junior Sailing program will
begin one week later on September 17. With the
tremendous acceptance of the spring program, Jeff
Thompson, HISC's Director of Junior Sailing expects an
even greater turnout than the dozen youths that took
advantage of the spring program.
On Sunday September 18, the Third Annual HISC
Ladies Invitational Race will be competed in the Atlantic
waters off Hillsboro Inlet. Each year the competition,
becomes more intense for the ladies of Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club. Participation flags are awarded to all racers
and special trophies are presented for first, second, and
third place in each class. This year's race will again be open
to any female skipper and crew, from Hillsboro Inlet Sailing
Club and Gulfstream Sailing Club. There is no fee to
compete in this event. Interested parties should contact
Pete Anderson, HISC Race Committee at'305-785-7980
for information and registration.
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the race will again feature a Raggae Steel Band and lots of
food and drink provided by the club. If you miss the
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Sailing WaterfrontNews September 1988 9


SORC announces 1989 sailing venue


The 1989 Southern Ocean Racing Conference (SORC)
schedule will be limited to thirteen days commencing
Thursday, February 23, 1989, with proper triangles in
Tampa Bay. On Friday, a longer triangle race will be held
which may extend into the Gulf. The St. Pete-Lauderdale
race will start Sunday as in the past.
The Lauderdale Yacht Club will sponsor an ocean day
race on Friday, starting off Lauderdale but finishing in
Miami to allow the fleet to berth at Bayside. The Lipton
Cup Race will be on Saturday and the Coral Reef Yacht
Club Race will be a windward-leeward (twice around) on
Sunday. Both races will start and finish near Government
Cut. All these races will utilize the same series of fixed
government marks and moveable inshore and offshore
marks to offer the best race course for the wind
conditions.
The Nassau Race will no longer be a part of the SORC
schedule. Instead, the last race of the circuit will be an
overnighter starting Monday morning, across the Gulf
Stream and back using a turning mark in front of Gt Isaac
light, or possibly Ocean Cay, depending on which course
gives the best weather leg. The overall awards party will
be on Tuesday evening. 'This is a good tight schedule with
plenty of round-the-buoys ocean racing plus two
challenging longer races and so far has been
enthusiastically received by those made aware of it," said
Blake Flitman, chairman of the SORC committee.


The classes will be IOR, IMS and PHRF. IMS will have
two separate divisions depending on whether they comply
with the Associations Regulations or not Old age allowance
ratings will be used. Sponsorship of boats will be
permitted only in IOR.
For those yachts with the desire to continue on to the
Bahamas, the Miami Yacht Club and Nassau Yacht Club are
going to sponsor the Miami- Nassau Race and Nassau Cup
Race as in the past years. All SORC classes are invited to
participate.
'We look forward to seeing you in Florida and guarantee
great weather and superb competition," declared
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Commentary: Deep diving instructor training


by Steve Hoffman
The industry's first advanced deep diving instructor
school was recently formed by Hal Watts in Orlando,
Florida. The Professional Scuba Association (PSA) was
formed to meet the need for competent deep diving
instruction. Some people question if the need for such
instruction legitimately exists. The PSA has found that
with the advancement of diving equipment and the profile
of today's modern diver, there seems to be a practical
need for extensive deep diver training. Although the
imposed industry standards dictate that divers not dive
below 130 feet, many divers do dive deeper and many have
the desire to make even deeper dives. To refuse these
people competent instruction by expert deep diving
instructors would be a disservice to the diving industry
and to the diver. People have the right to leam the safest
way to participate in this highly specialized and exciting
form of diving.
The first instructor clinic was held June 2 4 at Hal
Watts' dive school in Orlando. The program, open to
current scuba instructors from nationally recognized
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The academic portion of the program presents the
instructor candidates with all of the most current
information available to date. How to plan and execute
advanced deep dives, increased hazards involved with
advanced deep diving, buoyancy control at depth,
decompression methods, use of oxygen, decompression
sickness and current theories on medical limitations for
deep diving are only a few of the many topics that
candidates are taught. Two days of open water training at
Forty Fathom Grotto, a sinkhole in Ocala, initiated the
actual introduction to deep water. Forty Fathom Grotto
has been customized with deep diving considerations in
mind. Permanent descent lines leading to all levels of
training have been installed. The diver is constantly in
contact with a line which allows more control over the dive.
A platform has been installed at 30 feet to accommodate
final checkouts and any necessary equipment adjustments.
There are extra tanks of air and oxygen tied off
underwater for decompression. At 35 feet there is an air
chamber that will hold up to three divers.There is always a
two hour supply of surface oxygen. In addition to all these
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miles from a recompression chamber.
The open water phase of the program exposed the
instructor candidates to a gradual increase in depth.
During the dives, mental and motor skills were tested to
determine the presence or absence of nitrogen narcosis.
The course offers five levels of training that start at 100
feet and end at 200 feet. The maximum depth a candidate
may qualify to teach is 200 feet. Once certified,
instructors may only teach advanced deep diving in the
presence of another PSA certified instructor.
Deep diving is a sport that stirs mixed emotions in many
people. Some are for it and others are not. For the divers
who desire it there is finally a way to learn to participate in
the safest way. Thank you Hal Watts. For more
information on PSA, write to 2219 East Colonial Drive,
Orlando, FL 32803 or call (407) 896-4541 or (305)
472-7087 Ft. Lauderdale.
Author's Note: As advanced deep diving instructors,
we believe that without the proper training, dives should
not be conducted below the accepted industry standard of
130 feet. For many divers it may be better to stay above
100 feet Through the deep diving experience we hold it is
clear for us to see the trouble that untrained divers could
find in this highly specialized form of diving.
Editor's notes: Author Steve Hoffman became
instructor #4 at the June training session. He dives every
weekend at the Forty Fathom Grotto.
The WaterfrontNews does not encourage divers to
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The hoopla surrounding thopening of lobsterseason
seems to get crazier each year. People were streaming into
dive shops at the last minute to rent gear, get air, buy
tools of torture, and were always in a hurry to get there.
It's becoming a "rites of summer" sort of thing.
Unfortunately, this year in Broward County, during the
special two-day 'sport season, a diver drowned in water
only ten or fifteen feet deep. Another death was reported
in Dade County, and yet another south Florida diver is
missing. Many other accidents and boat capsizings have
been reported in Dade and Broward County.
The problem is really two-fold. One part concerns the
safety problem with the once-a-year diver. The other
concerns the pressure given to the reef and lobster
population by both the diver and commercial fisherman, as
South Forida becomes more and more urbanized.
The diver in Fort Lauderdale who died had jumped into
the ocean without his air on. Hecarried his fins in his hands
rather than on his feet, and he didn't think to ditch his
weight belt
How long had it been since his last dive?
People cramped behind their desk all day dream of
getting out into the briny depths to bring meat back to the
table. There's something primal about it. Man the hunter,
man the predator, man the'adventurer, man the
conqueror. I'm not pointing the finger at anyone, because
there was a time in my life when I was the same way, maybe
worse. It wasn't until I started to dive for a living that I
began to look at the ocean and its resources with a
different outlook.
Problems arise when people, in their haste to conquer
the spiny crustaceans, forget to:
1-Check out their gear properly-BEFORE THE DIVE.
Think about the gear as to what it really is: A LIFE
SUPPORT SYSTEM.
2-Get in shape, mentally and physically, to face rolling
seas and turbulent waters. Jumping into heavy seas
without preparation can cause serious physical and
psychological problems. If it's been awhile since your last
dive, think deep thoughts about a refresher course. Even
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*3- Don't drink or take drugs before diving.
*4-Don't dive beyond your level and ability.
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Sunday Monday Tuesday -Wednesd
The tide table datum is based on the New River
at the Andrews Avenue Bridge. Data can be
S br adjusted for other locations by using the "Time
p t f Adjustments to Tide Table" in the low right hand
Scorner of this calendar. Call 524-9450 for more
3 W information

1988 TIME ADJUSTMENTS TO TIDE TABLE
SHigh Low
Boca Inlet ...................+.08 lM inutes...........: ..... ...... +17
Deerfield Beach ......... ............ 12 .................. ....... ......... + 11
Hillsboro Inlet ........ .............-31 .................. ...............-50 n the Tide Tables in blue
Bahia Mar..........................-20. ................. ................ -18. times are military and the tide
Port Everglades ....................-45 .. ........ ............ ....... -62 Feet above or below "mean low
Dania Cut Off .,.................... +45 .................... ........... +28 above he time indicates a Tilgi
Davie Bridge...... ............. +40 ....... .................... +40 figure below is a low tide. Call 5s
auve r. ...I t +3...8.... +3 information about the tide.tables
Haulover Inlet.......... ...... +38 .................................. +39
Government Cut (Miami) ......... ..-39 .......... ..... .. ........ .. ..-56

'10 Pk Dive, Sands Marina, Pompano Beach. 5 6 7
Call 925-7877. Exhibit: Audubon-the South Florida Prints, 7
Indian Folklore workshop, 2 p.m., Discovery through September 25, Historical Museum of America's Cup races begiv
Center, New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 462- South Florida, Miami. Call 375-1492. South Florida Scuba Diver
4115. Las Olas Labor Day Weekend: Jamaican Sun 7:30 pm, Howard Johnson's
Labor Day Weekend dive trip to Palm Splash Festival with Reggae band, 10 a.m.-6 C all 923-0654.(
Beach. Call 564-8661. p.m., 600-1100's East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lau- Small Boat Tournament (a
Music: Island Steel Band, noon-4 pm, Cafe derdale. The Marine Council meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., Mi- September 10, Bimini Big a
66, Pier 66, Ft. Lauderdale. Broward County Event Hotline: 765-4468. ami. For location call 856-0206. Call 1-800-32-SPORT.
Exhibit Comics in our lives, 1-4 pm, through Jazzin' Jubilee, Ybor City, Harbour Island Windsurfing, 5 pm-dusk, South Beach, Ft. Boating courses in: Hollywo
September 17, Ft. Lauderdale Historical Mu- and Busch Gardens in Tampa.Call 1-800-826- Lauderdale. Call 462-8205. Ladles Club Party, 8:30(p
seum,219 SW 2 Avenue. Call 463-443. 8358. Boating Courses in: Hollywood call 961-4147, 66, Ft Lauderdale.
Music:Atlantean Driftwood Band, 8:30 Plantatio 739-7666, Deerfield Beach 942- Sputh Florida Scuba Dive
Riverside Park Civic Association, 4 p.m. p.m., Musicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Ft. Lau- 9944, Ft Lauderdale 463-0034 and Hallandale meeting, 7:30 p.m., Howard
Riverside Park pavilion, Ft Lauderdale. derdale. 454-9944. wood beach. Call 989-7539.
HIGH +1.9' +2.1' +1:9' +2.1' +1.9' +2.1' +2.0' +
TIME 0349.1036*1653-2324 0458*1143*1757 0027*0604*1243*1855 0123*0700*1336.19
+0.3' +0.8' +0.4' +0.8' +0.4' +0.7' +0.4'
l O lew Moon
1 -New River Raft Race, 10 a.m., SW 7 Avenue 12 14
Ramp, Ft. Lauderdale. Awards Ceremony, -11
a.m.-5 pm, Bubier Park. Call 791-0202. Gulfstream Sailing Club meeting, 8 p.m., *South Florida Rats Apglersi
*Steamship Historical Society meeting, for Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club, Ft. Laud. Call wood VFW Hall. Call 565-3374.-
time and location call 271-1527. Marine Sector of the Broward Sheriff's 523-1762. South Florida SCUBtDive~
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Fall Race Series Possee,7:30 pm, Zeley Hanger, Ft Lauderdale. Hollywood Yacht Club dinner meeting, Call 7:30 p.m., HollrwoodBeach He
#1. Call 782-4962. UIM- Class I & II World Offshore Power- for time and location at 474-3710. y
Women's Yacht Racing Association race, boat Races, through September 17, Guernsey, Bassmasters, 7:30 p.m., Victoria Station, Call 923-0654.
cruising yachts with all-female crews. Call Miami England. Dadeland Mall. Call 665-7795. Broward Shell Club meet
Yacht Club at 377-9877. Boating courses in:Palm Beach Gardens call Underwater Photography Society, 7:30 Pompano Beach Rec'Center.Call
Dade County ABC Swim Meet, Tamaimi 848-0756, Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034, Hallan- pm, Golden Glades Howard Johnson, North Miami SAIL club, 7:30 p.m., Galler
Park Pool, call 596-1789. dale.454-9944, Lake Worth 848-0756, Pom- Beach, Call 722-6603. Room, Ft Ladd. Call 491-3327.
Port Everglades Rowing Club, 1 p.m., pano Beach 781-1265. Port Everglades Rbwing Club meeting, 7 Nature Photography Club, 7:
Holland Park boathouse, Hollywood. Call Music: Atlantean Driftwood Band, 8 pm, Mu- p.m., Nathaniel'sNew River Tavern, Ft. Laud: Miami Beach Senior High Scho-
7R1-7640 sicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Ft Lauderdale. Call 761-7640 1247 NE 167 St Call 945-784
HIGH +24 +2.4 +2.4' +2.4 +2.4' +2.3'- +2.4' +
TIME 0354*0943*1610*2158 0425*1018*1645*2228 O458*1054*1720*2300 0530*1129*1753*233
i w +0.3' +0.3' +0.2' +0.3' +.2' +0.4' +0.2' +0.5
18 Pearl Harbor Survivors Associaton, 3 pm 19 First Quarter Moon .20 21
American Legion Hall, 171 SW 2 St, Pompan Moon farthest south of Equator
Beach. Call 941-2168. River- Oaks Civic Assoclition, 7:30 -pm,
Deerfield Island Fishing Tournament, 9 Commodores Club, 11:30 a.m., Flaming Pit, Westminister Church, 1100 Sw 21 st, Ft Laud.
a.m.-noon. ICW, Deerfield Beach. Call 428- Pompano Beach. Call 276-7085 (PB), 781- Summer Olympics: Yachting, through Septem- Navy League, 7:30 pm, L
5474. 6649 (Broward) and 235-6262 (Dade). ber 28, Pusan Korea. .a ufnl l
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Ladles Invitation- Summer Olympics: Rowing, through Septem- Loose Tuesday Windsurfing, 5 p.m.-dusk, & league of Wn o n V7oters
al Race. Call 782-4962. ber 22, Seoul, Korea. South Beach, Ft Lauderdale. Call 473-0238. locMtion callr in764 1.
Summer Olympics: Competitive Swimming Boating courses in:Dania call 462-6987 Ft. Florida Yacht Charter Association, 7:30 Mi location call 856-020
Seoul, Korea, through September 22. Lauderdale,463-0034, Hallandale 454-9944, p.m., SeaFair, Dania. Call 525-083130pm, location call
Houseboat Community Tour,- Lake Union Pompano Beach 781-1265, Lake Worth 832- CAT-44 Sailing Club, 7:30 pm. Pierce St. An- *.Summer Olympics: Water Po
Seattle, Washington. Call 206-325-1132. 9902, Palm Beach 848-0756. nex. Ft Lauderdale.Call 755-3965. ber 1, Seoul, Korea.
Indian Folklore workshop, 2 p.m., Discovery Sailoat Bend Civic Association meeting, Crossant Park Civic Association, 7:30 pm, Boating courses in:Dania cal
Center, Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale. Call 462- 7:30 p.m., Bethel Church, SW 11 Ave. and SW 2 Croissant Elementary School. Ft. Lauderdale. Raton 391-3600. Lighthous
4115. St Ft Laudirdale Call 4,2-5159 Call 524-6034. Hollywood 922-5043.
HIGH +2.1' +2.1' +2.0' +2.1' +2.1' +2.2' +2.2' +2.4'
TIME 0132*0820.1434*2057 0232*0923*1542*2207 0345*1035*1649*2318 0501*1147*1754
LOW +0.5' 05 ,' +0.5' +1.0' +0.5' +0.8' +0.4'

25 26 27 28

Pompano Beach Marine Advisory Board, 2 Tuesday Boardsailig, 5 p.m.-dusk, South
pm, 1201 NE 5 Ave., call 786-4106 or 785- Beach, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 473-0238,
Exhibit Audubo e South Florida Prints, 1447. Steamship Historical Society, 8 pm. call Sea Explorer Ship f2
SExhibit: Audubon/he South Florida Prints, Waterfront Property Owners Association, 533-5114 for location. p.m., 800 So. Federal Hwy
through September 25th, Historical Museum of 7:30 pm, Nathaniel's New Rivpr Tavem, Ft. Lau- Floridap.m., 800 So. Federal ,Call 942-8500.
South Florida, Miami. derdale. Call 462-4629.FloridaAquarumSociety, 7:30 Call 942-8500.
Jaz, 1-5 pm Cafe m Pier 66 Mana, Fort a pm, 3280 So. Miami Avenue (Museum of Music: The Future, Cafe 61
Jaz, 1-5 pm, Cae 66, Pier 66 Marina, Fort Broward County Event Hotline 765-4468. Science), Miami. Call 666-2226. derdale, 9:40 pm,-1:30 a.m.
Lauderdale, with more live entertainment 7-11 Boating courses in: Palm Beach call Boating Courses in: Hollywood call 961-4147, Boating Courses in: Hollywm
paroo. 848-0756, Lake Worth 832-9902, Pompano Plantation 739-7666, Deerfield Beacb Lighthouse Pt. 971-064
HwNarcotics Anonymous, 11 am, 971 So. Dixe Beach 781-1265, Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034 and 479-0946, Ft. Lauderdale 525-4461 and 391-3600.
Hwy., Pompano Beach, call 476-9297 Hallandale 454-9944 463-0034 __ +31
SIGHi +3.2' +3.0' +3.3' +3.1' +3.3' +3.0' +3.1'
TIME E 0303*0919*1532*2118 0351*0948*1 619*2204 0438*1037*1707.2249 0524*11 26*1 755*23
L -0.1' -0.1' -0.3' -0.1' -0.3' 0.0' -0.3 +0.2
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i Thursday Friday Saturday
SCaptains meeting for New River Raft Labor Day Cruise to Elliot Key, through Sep- 3 Last quarter Moon
1 Race, 7 pm, Nathaniel's New River Tavern. Ft member 5. Call Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club at
Lauderdale. Call 791-0202. 782-4962.
Las Olas Labor Day Weekend Festival, 5-9 Labor Day Cruise to Sands Key, through Sep- Labor Day Regatta Ocean Race #4.Call Key
pm, through September5, 600-1100's East Las tember 5. Call Gulfstream Sailing Club at 922- Biscayne Yacht Club 858-6303.
Olas, Ft Lauderdale. 9989. Las Olas Labor Day Weekend Festival: Side-
Ft. Lauderdale Boardsaillng Association ex- Music: Luther Guitar" Junior Johnson, 8:30 walk Art Fair,10 a.m. 6 p.m., through Sep-
ecutive meeting. For time and place call 462- pm, through September 3, Musicians Exchange, tember 5.
8205. Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. Turtle Toes, 9:30-11:30 a.m., lecture on sea
Broward County Marine Advisory Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 turtles, Discovery Center, New River, Ft. Lau-
Committee, 2 p.m., Secret Woods Nature p.m., New River, Ft Lauderdale. derdale. Call 462-4116.
C enter, New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call Las Olas Labor Day Weekend Festival: Charity Stuart Sailfish Club's Junior Angler Touma-
NOTE: the 357-8124. Auction, 6:30 p.m., Ft. Lauderdale. ment. Call 407-286-9373.
heights are in Jazzin' Jubilee, through September 5, Ybor
tide". A fre Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board, 7 Ft. Lauderdale Lucaya Race. Call Gulf- Jazzin' Jubilee, through September 5, Ybor
ide wherbc ~ i p.m. City Hall. stream Sailing Club at 583-9505. Tampa. Call 1-800-826-8358.
'4-9450 for more- pm Cit Hl se-
'4-9450 for more HIGH +2.5' +2.5' +2.3' +2.3' +2.1' +2.2
TIME 0054*0732.133.62004 0144*0828*1437*2105 0245-0928.1543. 2210
I n -0.2' +0.3' 0.0' +0. +05' +0.2 +0.7'

8 InleSa Club meet, 8 p.m. 1 0 Moon n apogee
sboro Inlet Saling Club meeting, 8 .,* Sandblast Challenge Volleyball Tourna-
5an Diego. Sea Garden Resort, A1A, Pompano Beach, call Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Association ment, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
sClub meeting, 564-5730. cruising race #9. Call Key Biscayne Yacht Club beach. Call 941-2940.
laolywood Beach. International Yachtsmen Association, at 858-6303. Lighthouse Point Fishing Tournament,
7:30 p.m., Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club. Call Twilight Dive. Call So. Fla. Scuba Club at through September 11, Lighthouse Pt. Marina.
to 27'), through 920-3555. 895-6759. Call 427-5544.
ne Fishing Club. Council of American Master Mariners, lun- Broward County Archaeological Society Ocean Fleet Fall Round-the-Buoys series
cheon, noon, call for location at 943-2038 meeting, 8 p.m., 4th floor, 100 So. Andrews race #1. 5 p.m., call Gulfstream Sailing Club
id call 981-0648. Fort Lauderdale Boat Club, 8 p. m., 800 NE Avenue, Ft Lauderdale. 583-9505.
in, Cafe 66, Pier 21 St., Wilton Manors. Call 792-2169. Underseas Sports dive club meeting, 7:30 Southern Florida Windsurfing Champion-
MarineTask Force, 11:30 a.m., Chamber of p.m., Nathaniel' New River Tavern, Ft. Lauder- ships, through September 11, Clearwater. Call
rs Club general Commerce, 208 SE 3 Ave.. Ft Lauderdale. dale. 813-541-3483.
ohnson's, Holly- Sun State Boat Show, noon-10 p.m., through Viet Nam Veterans meeting, 7 p.m., Ameri- Pre-New River Raft Race Festival, 2-7
September 11, Florida State Fairgrounds, Tam-, can Legion Hall, Hallandale. Call 920-4523. p.m., Bubier Park, Ft. Lauderdale.
2.3' pa. +2.1' +2.3' +2.2' +2.3' +2.3' +2.4' ,
40 0208*0749*1420.2018 0247*0831-1500-2054 0321 0908*1536-2126
+-.6' +0.3' +0.5' +0.3' +0.4' +0.3'

15. Florida Marine Aquarium Society's 33 16.Music: Leo Kottke, 8 pm, through September. 7
Annual Show, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., through Sep 17, Musicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Ft Lauder- Save the Turtle Foundation cruise, for de-
:30 p.m0Holly- member 18, Museum of Science, 3280 So. Miam dale. tails call 776-0088.
C RFt. Laud. Boardsalllng Association, 7:30 Narcotics Anonymous, 8:30 pm, 971 So. 8 & under Swimming Invitational, Mission
'Club lMeting, .p.m., Riverside Hotel, Las Olas Blvd, Ft Laud. Dixie Hwy., Pompano Beach. Call 476-9297. Bay, Boca Raton. Call 488-2001.
ward JQhnson. Call 473-0238. Music: The Future, 8:30 pm-midnight, Cafe 66, Gulfstream Sailing Club Sunfish Fall Series
Navy League, 6:30 pm,. Lighthouse Point Pier 66, Ft. Lauderdale. #1, 11:30 a.m., Independence Bay Lake. Call
30.p.m.- Yacht Club. Call 785-2216 Summer Olympics: Women;s Platform Diving 583-9505.
942-5985 DIGA Dire Club meeting, 8:15 pm, 113 Ave preliminaries Seoul, Korea, through September Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Youth Sailing Pro-
iLa'onference at Quail Roost Rd., Miami, Call 235-5069 29. gram. Call 782-4962. -
S* Boating courses in: Fort Lauderdale 462- *Stranahan House Friday cial One-Design Sailing Race #9. Call Key Bi-
-..-; :Baig ore n Fr adrdl 6- Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 pm, scayhe Yacht Club at 858-5769.
30 pm, North -' 4497, Hollywood 456-6649, Fort Lauderdale New River, Ft Laud. Call 524-4738 scaye acht Club at 858-5769.
I, Room 203, 463-0034, Pompano Beach 946-7594, Planta- Seaside Stretch 'nL Stroll, 8-19 am, Birch Flounders Windsurfing Festival, Pensacola.
Stion 739-7666, Lake Worth 848-0756. State Park Call 761-5383 Call 904-932-7873.
3'. +2.4' +2.2' +2.3' +2.1' +2.2'
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Propellor Club of Port Everglades, 7:0(.
p.m.,Cafe de Geneve, 1519 So. Andrews Ave
ghthouse Point Ft. Lauderdale. Call 782-8825. Catch-A-Cure Fishing Tournament, through
SCelestial Navigation, 7 p.m., Tigertail Lake. September 25, Miami Beach Marina. Call 477- American Merchant Marine Veterans meet-
neeting, for time Facility. Call BCC 475-6600. 3437 (Dade) and 566-2201 (Broward). ing, 1 p.m., Marine Engineers Complex, 2 W. Dix-
SPhotography, 7 p.m., Bldg. 5-Rm. 115 o Music:Guess Who, through September 24, ie Hwy., Dania. Call 5869.
ig Committee, BCC-Central Campus. Call 475-6600. Musicians Exchange, Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. Navy SeaBees Veterans luncheon, 1700 N.
Dinner Key Boat Show, through Septembe Stranahan House Friday Social, 6-8:30 Federal Hwy., Ft. Laud. Call 781-4237
o, through Octo- conut Grove Exhibit Center, Miami. p.m., New River, Ft. Lauderdale. Call Marine Sanctuaries Underwater Photo
: Marine Council, 7:30 a.m., 147 Miracle 524-4736 Contest, through September 30, Key Largo
MileCoral Gables. Call 856-0206 Contest, through September 30, Key Largo
462-6987, Boca Mile,Coral Gables. Call 856-0206. Steamship Historical Society two-night and Looe Key. Call 305-451-1644 or 872-4039.
P Pt. 971-0648, 'Tarpon River Civic Association, 7:45 pm cruise, through August 28, aboard Britanis. Call
Calvary Church, 706 SW 6 St., Ft. Laud. 626-3200. Broward County Event Hotline: 765-4468.
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Ave and Quail Roost Rd., Miami. Call 235-5069. State Park, Ft Lauderdale. Call 761-5383. Zj9gle PrkhstV Co- ,
ad call 922-5043. Boating courses in: Pompano Beach 941- National Marine Sanctuaries Underwater
I, Boca Raton 5781, Hollywood 961-4147, Ft. Lauderdale Photo Contest, through September 30, Key
463-0034, Plantation 739-7666, Lake Worth Largo and Looe Key. Call 451-1644 or 872-
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This year's tournament features double elimination play,
live music, scrumptious barbecue luncheon featuring all you
can eat ard drink from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and team
T-shirts imprinted with the name of the sponsoring
business team and individual trophies will be awarded to
first, second, and third place teams in each division. The
'87 tourney featured twenty-five teams competing in
business and recreation divisions. In the Business division
S all team members must be employees orfamily members of
that business. The Recreation division may or may not
include employees of the sponsoring business. The cost per
sponsoring business is $250.00 and includes the luncheon
and shirts for six players. Additional players and guests
will be charged $15.00 each. Applications are available at
the Chamber office.
s3. Please call Ric Green at the Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce at 941-2940 for additional
information.


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by Ken Cicora


Playground equipment and-improvements worth
$30,000 have been made at the City of Fort Lauderdale's
beachfront,picnic area, with $5,000 donated by the Beach
Rotary Club.
The Beach Rotary Club made the donation and held a
work day on Saturday, July 16th to install the equipment
and improve landscaping. The new additions are located on
the City's South Beach across from the Bahia Mar Hotel.
Installation was completed Saturday, July 11th with
members of the club joining in on the work.
"The new equipment will enhance the picnic area and
provide more activities for families," said Parks and
Recreation Director Thomas Tapp. "The Rotarians'
generosity helped speed the improvements."
"The City has tried to focus on attracting a family-
crowd to the beach," Tapp said. "This kind of effort
encourages that."
"The members of the Beach Rotary.Club should be
commended for donating their time, money and hard work
to improving the beach for everyone,"he said.
Members of the Rotary Club approached Tapp after
another Rotary Club donated improvements to George
English Park. "Club members decided to create a project
for the beach," he said.


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FORT LAUDERDALE

MUNICIPAL MARINA
Did you know that the Yachting Capital of the World
has municipal marinas that darned near anybody can
afford?
It is true...in two locations. It.is convenient to shop-
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SSmack dab in the middle of Fort Lauderdale there's an
excellent facility, with Summer Rates
over 4,000 feet of linear Summer iates
dockage just waiting for
visiting yachtsmen. You
can utilize this well-
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its handy parking with / LoS gs
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season or cruise over for
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We also offer a neat,
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next door to world
famous Bahia-Mar Yachting Center. And that only costs
$7 per day. No wonder we're the Yachting Capital of the
World.
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The Main Brace Waterfront News September 1988 15


Las Olas plans special Labor Day weekend


by Liz Reynolds
If you're looking for something special to do over Labor
Day Weekend, you won't want to miss all of the festivities
taking place on East Las Olas Boulevard -- the bulk of which
are designed to raise money for The Muscular Dystrophy
Association.
A black tie sidewalk sale kicks off the weekend on
Thursday September 1st, from 5 pm to 9 pm. All
merchant's stores will remain open and there will be food,
balloons, fun and bargains galore! Some of the store
owners may spoof in black tie but the public is invited to
attend in "come as you are" casual attire! The sale will
continue through Monday.
On Friday evening, Sept. 2nd, at 7:30 pm, the public
and press are invited to join Channel 4's Weaver the
Weatherman and Love 94 air personality Don Agony in the
Lobby of the Riverside Hotel (620 E. Las Olas Blvd.) for a
charity auction with all proceeds to benefit muscular
dystrophy. They will be auctioning dozens of quality items
donated by The Shops of Las Olas -- everything from a
dinner cruise for two on the Discovery to a weekend for
two at the Riverside Hotel. Auction preview begins at
6:30 pm. Donation is $5.00 at the door, You won't want to
miss the bidding excitement!
Saturday begins the Las Olas Sidewalk Art Fair with
over fifty artists (including well-known Disney artist Don
Aceto for the kids) who will be showing and selling works in
virtually every media from 10AM to 6PM Saturday through
Monday. There will also be horsedrawn carriages and
background entertainment featuring guitarists on both
sides of the boulevard.


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On Monday, along with a black tie sale and art fair, the
Jamaican Sun Splash Festival will feature a Reggae music
band from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (a portion of the boulevard
will be closed from the alley at Poet's to Las Olas.) There
will be a Jamaican Photo Contest (for the best-judged
photo of Jamaica) and Dance Contest begininng at 3 pm.
Las Olas Boulevard is designated as a "drop-off' point
for MDA and there will be a fish bowl set up for donations
at each event.

Marine Aquarium
Show comes to Miami
Exotic marine tropical fish from around the world will
be at Miami's Museum of Science September 15-18. The
Florida Marine Aquarium Society is hosting it s 33rd
Annual Show at the museum with nearly 100 aquaria
entered in seventeen different categories, according to
society spokesman Gerald Loisel.
The Florida Marine Aquarium Society is a non-profit
organization which held its first meeting in 1955 and was
chartered in 1956 as the first society of its kind in the
world. The society started with 17 members and now has a
membership of over 500 making it, as far as Gerald Loisel
knows, the largest marine aquarium society in the country.
The society expects over 6000 people to come and
admire the beautiful salt water tanks. The public will also
see entries in a photography competition which enables
photographers to display their creative talents in both
underwater and aquarium photography. There will be
commercial booths displaying various equipment relating to
marine aquaria, collecting and scuba diving. In addition,
films will be shown continuously during the four-day show.
The aquarium show will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday,
September 15,1988, closing at 9 p.m. The show will also
run 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Sunday, the
final day, the doors of the Museum of Science will open at
10 a.m. and close around 6 p.m. The museum is located at
3280 South Miami Avenue in Miami. There is a $5 entry fee
for adults and children (3 to 12) and senior citizens are
$2.50. Children under 3 are free.


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16, Waterfront News September 1988 Commerce


New Yacht Brokers Licensing Law delayed


by Craig Lustgarten


Implementation of the new Yacht Brokers Licensing law,
scheduled to take effect on October 1, will be delayed as
members of the boating industry and the State
Department of Business Regulation still have to iron out
administrative problems as well as final rules and language
of the new law.
Van Snyder, executive director of the Marine Industries
Association of South Florida (MIA), stated, "Not
everything has been specifically outlined in the new bill and
many of the rules to administer the law still have to be
proposed. Thus, the yacht brokerage community will have
the opportunity to give their input into the process, which I
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The new law, which the MIA worked for over two years
to get passed, calls for the licensing of yacht brokers and
salesmen selling vessels over 32 feet in length. Among the
standards that will be used to determine the worthiness of
an applicant for a license will be the requirement that a
person obtain a surety bond commitment from an insurance
company which is to be sent into the State along with
license application.
Gerald Hellrung, vice president of the Florida Yacht
Brokers Association, stated that "the big factor in the
new law was the bonding requirement, which will eliminate a
lot of people who shouldn't be in the business in the first
place."
Hellrung added that bonding companies usually set high
standards for surety, including reviewing an applicant's
credit record, financial statements, and criminal record. If
someone is found to have committed a felony, a bond won't
be issued to that person, Hellrung said.
Hellrung related that the new law is tough, as it
provides for jail terms, fines, and the revocation of
licenses of those who misrepresent or violate any law
regarding a yachting transaction.
Some yacht brokers have expressed the sentiment that
the new law doesn't go far enough. One area of particular
concern is that the legislation doesn't include a requirement
for testing brokers before they become licensed.
Ed Wiser, president of Harrison Associates, stated,


'Vocational regulation is supposed to act as a barrier to
the incompetent and the unethical this legislation neither
adequately supervises nor regulates the brokerage
industry."
Wiser added that testing is needed to help ensure that
a licensed broker in the industry is at least moderately
competent.
Charles P. Irwin, a director with the Florida Yacht
Association, says "the new law has a long way to go, but
it's a start and a decent basis to work from."
Van Snyder related that any time you have a new law it's
not going to be perfect, but "if we had put stronger
language in there regarding testing and other measures,
the bill probably would not have passed."
A group of Florida yacht brokers recently started a
new non-profit organization known as the Florida Yacht
Brokers Association.
According to Gerald Hellrung, vice president of the
new association, the group was initiated last October and
presently has 54 active members and 60 associate
members.
One of the primary objectives of the Florida Yacht
Brokers Association is to promote and maintain a high
standard of conduct in the transacting of the yacht
brokerage business, thus providing a greater degree of
protection to consumers.


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In a letter to City Marine Dock Supervisor Jamie Hart,
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daily basis, seven days a week" along Fort Lauderdale's
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"We see it as probably a ten-boat operation," says
Rogan, "though we plan to start out with two to four
boats. As demand picks up we'll order more." Each of the
26 and-a-half foot long fiberglass boats is being specially
built and will accommodate 24 passengers. The boats will
also include protective covers and enclosures for inclement
weather and will be equipped with VHF marine radios and
cellular phones.
'We plan on running a route," Rogan says, "but if
someone calls or hails us, we'll stop. We'll pick them up if
they're in a house, apartment or establishment that's not
too out of the way." For the most part, however, Rogan
envisions a circuit with specific stops.
Some of the proposed stops include the Fort
Lauderdale City Dock, the Swimming Hall of Fame Marina
and 14 restaurants and hotels. Four stops on the New
River are also anticipated and there are plans to expand
into the Dania Cut-off Canal.
Rogan and his partners have divided the route into
three zones. The captains have proposed that travel within
each zone will cost $2.50 per person. 'We'll charge aflat
fee for a passenger travelling within a zone," Rogan says,
"and then have a cost system based on the distance
someone goes outside the zone." But, he adds, the water
taxi is not a tour boat and there will be no discounts for
groups.
'We see the taxi as a means for someone to get from
point A to point B," says Rogan. "Ideally, we'd like to build
Up a commuter traffic." To accommodate these kind of
passengers, Rogan envisions a near-round-the-clock
operating schedule -- from 7 A.M. to 2:30 A.M. And with
many eastern Broward communities located on or near the
water, Rogan, Hasty and Halbrook envision afleet of their
distinctive boats ferrying passengers up and down the
Intracoastal. And while work starts
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Habitat Waterfront News September 1988 17


Community Awards
Area-marine organizations and individuals are invited to
submit nominations for the Fourth Annual Marine
Community Awards by September 1, according to Cynthis
Hancock, Week of the Ocean president and awards
coordinator.
The categories are Member of the Year; Staff Person
of the Year; and Organization of the Year for special
service from the months of July, 1987 through June, 1988
or for many years without recognition. Efforts may have
also benefitted Broward's marine arts; communications;
education; environment; history; recreation; safety and
tourism.
Nominees receive a plaque from their sponsors and a
reception in their honor in early October.
The purpose of the awards, says Hancock, is to
recognize special service to thfe community or to an
individual marine project in honor of Coast Weeks 1988.
Week of the Ocean also sponsors National Week of the
Ocean, a grassroots celebration held the last week of April
annually, to call attention to the ocean and its valuable
resources.


Sea turtle foundation digs in


The National Save The Sea Turtle Foundation held a
housewarming at its new location in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, in July.Attending the party were
Mr. Ross Witham, retired from the Florida Depart.of
Natural Resources and the scientific chairman of the board
of the foundation, Mr. Frederick Berry from the National
Marine Fisheries and the vice-chairman of the board for the
foundation, Mr. Alan Huff with Florida's Department of
Natural Resources, foundation board members Dr. Lutz of
the Rosensteil School of Marine BiologyJUniversity of Miami
and Dr. Llewellyn Ehrhart of the University of Central
Florida.
Other g1-ests included Mayor Wally Kilday of
Lauderdale-By-the-Sea, Mr. Sherwood Wilkes of the
Discovery Center, Pat Ryan from Planet Ocean in Miami,
Kim Godwin with the Billfish Foundation and Dan Kaylan
from Greenpeace.
Cocktails and horsd'oeuvres were servedbuffet style
to over one hundred and fifty guests.
Prior to the party the foundation held a board meeting
and several programs were introduced including funding


for the Third Manual Of the Sea Turtle Research and
Conservation Techniques prepared for the Western
Atlantic Turtle Symposium (Wats III), involvement in the
Honduras Scientific Conference in August and feasibility
and site studies for the proposed research facility in the
Florida Keys.
The foundation is planning a "Help Save an Endangered
Species Cruise." On September 17, 1988. Call the Save
the Sea Turtle Foundation a 776-0085.


Magnitude: the brightness of a celestial body


Below follow the magnitudes of selected stellar bodies:
Sun -27 Star Betelgeuse varies
Full moon-12 from +0.1 to -1.2
Planet Venus -4.4 Star Polaris (North Star)
Planet Jupiter -2.2 +2.1
Star Alphecca +2.3


Planet Mars -1.5
Planet Saturn +0.1
Star Sirius -1.6
Star Canopus -0.9


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Magnitude is the relative brightness of stars or other
celestial bodies as viewed from Earth with naked eye
through a clear sky:
The scale ranges from magnitude -27, the brightest, to
a magnitude of +6, the faintest. Navigators use
brightness to identify stellar bodies. A difference of one
magnitude corresponds to a ratio in brightness of 2 1/2.
For example a second magnitude star is 2 1/2 times as.
bright as a third magnitude star and so on through the
scale. In the other direction a minus magnitude is brighter
than a plus. For example a -2 body is 2 1/2 times brighter
than a -1 body.


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ice cream as their main course.

So, seafarers and ex-seafarers, is this not reason enough for you to hoist all sail or ram your
throttles to FULL AHEAD and set a course for THE DIRECT ORIENT EXPRESS, at Broward
Boulevard and the railroad tracks in downtown Fort Lauderdale where you can enjoy the
"world's greatest ice cream experience" aboard a vintage pre-WW I railway dining car? Jim
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18 WaterfrontNews September1988 Fishing'


Tournament sets out to 'catch' anglers


The 2nd Annual Catch a Cure Fishing Tournament
September 23-25 at the Miami Beach Marina, 300 Alton
Road.
This family oriented event is a deep water and bay
fishing tournament that offers prizes, food, festivities
and a boat load of exciting fishing action for captains as
well as crew members.
Last year the event attracted over 130 fishermen and
raised over $40,000 for the Diabetes Research Institute.
Categories include the Overall Winners category which
offers five cash prizes, the top angler receives $1,500;
$1,000 for second place and $750 for third place. All
winners also will receive a commemorative event trophy.


Families also will have a chance to vie for prizes.
Trophies will be awarded for the highest total points
accumulated by two or more registered family anglers. For
boys and girls, the top finishers in the Junior Division will
be awarded trophies and prizes. The Challenge Fish
Division will offer cash prizes as well as a trophies for
first, place winners with second and third the heaviest
dolphin, wahoo, grouper and snapper.
Other events include the Captain's meeting-and kick-off
party Friday, at Tugboat Annie's, following the Captain's
meeting an Attitude Adjustment Party will take place
where food, drinks and entertainment will get the weekend
off to a good start. On Sunday, a buffet and awards


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dinner will follow the tournament at the Miami Beach
Marina
Entry fee is $50 for adults, and $25 for children six to
14 and senior citizens. Children under six are free.
Additional dinner tickets can be purchased for $10 each.
Special rates will be available at the Marina for overnight
boat dockage. For more details and information on docking
at the marina call 673-6000.
For registration information or fishing rules contact
the DRI at 477-3437 in Dade or 566-2201 in Broward.


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temporary relief and the headaches re-occur if the un-
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This nerve pressure results from a loss in normal
joint motion of one or more of the neck vertebrae.
SThese 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
Dr.JeryJohnson functioning is most important.
Causes of joint motion loss are auto accidents/
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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 @1988


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Fresh-water bass tournament planned
Fresh-water bass tournament planned


Quiet Waters Park in Pompano Beach is hosting another
in that Broward County park's series of quarterly bass
fishing tournaments, Saturday, September 24, 1988.
From dawn till 1 p.m. two-man teams will compete in the
park's fresh-water lake. Anglers can bring their own
trailered boats or rent them from the park concession for
$10.50. Only electric trowling motors or rowing are
allowed means of locomotion.
A $40 team entry fee goes towards benefitting the


New fishing


maps issued

As a result of numerous comments and requests from
fishermen, the National Ocean Services has introduced
bathymetric fishing maps for each coast of the continental
U.S. A total of 13 fishing maps, which are not intended for
use in navigation, are currently available with an additional
21 maps scheduled for completion sometime this year.
~ Many fishermen asked that LORAN-C navigation system
rates, known bottom obstructions and the distribution and
fpes of bottom sediments be added to basic information-
already appearing on maps. The LORAN-C information has
been made available in the form of an overlay for
bathymetric maps and is intended to assist individuals in
locating and returning to the same position on the seafloor.
The Bathymetric maps and varied scale
topographic/bathymetric maps are designed for mineral
resource development, gas and petroleum exploration,
land-use planners, conservationists, surveyors, geologists
and oceanographers as well as commercial and sport
fishermen. "Bathymetric" relates to the contour of the
bottoms of oceans, seas and lakes, or "submarine"
topography. "Topo/bathy" maps display both land and
submarine topography.
To obtain a free list of maps available contact:
Distribution Division N/CG33, National Ocean Service,
6501 Lafayette Ave., Riverdale, MD 20737,
301/436-69,90. Request "Topographic/
Bathymetric,Bathymetric & Fishing Maps/Catalog 5,"
which is updated annually. Prices for maps range from
$2.50 to $4.00. For information on LORAN-C maps
overlays, which cost $15 for two rates, contact Dennis
Romesburg (N.CG221), National Ocean Service, 6001
Executive Blvd., Rockville, MD 20852, 301/443-8361.
(Phone calls should be made before 4:00 p.m. Eastern
" Time, when most government offices c!cse.)


NATIVE MARINE
PLUMBING SERVICES


nearby Alzheimer's Disease Day Care facility, said park
ranger Bob Newland.
Free beer will flow at an awards ceremony Saturday
afternoon after the tournament at which time first, second
and third place trophies will be presented, said Newland.
For more information stop by the rangers' station in the
park located at 6601 North Powerline Road or call the
park office at 305-421-3133.


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Fall fishing festival

planned

Plans are being finalized for the next saltwater fishing
tournament sponsored by the Sands Harbor Marina in
Pompano Beach, Florida. The one day event will be held on
Saturday, October 1, 1988.
Anglers will compete for cash prizes totalling over
$10,000 by earning points in eight categories for their
catch of dolphin, wahoo, king and tuna. A special Junior
Angler award will be presented io the top angler under
age 16.
Registration price to September 1, 1988 is $100.00
per angler. Registrations received after September 1 are
$125.00. Registrations will also be accepted at the
Tournament Kick-Off Party, on Friday, September 30
from 6:00 9:00 PM at the Sands Harbor Marina, 125 N.
Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach.
Tournament Weigh-In will be at the Sands Marina
Saturday, October 1 from 3:00 6:00 PM. An Awards
B-B-Q will begin at 5:30 PM.
For registration information, call 942-9100.


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20 WaterfrontNews September 1988 Classifieds


DOCKS STORAGE from $75/mo. Liveabds
welcome. Easy ocean access. Showers
Service. Repairs. J&J Marina. 4550
Ravenswood Rd. Ft.Ldl. Call 981-2001


LOT FOR RENT ON DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL
$1000 per month. For information
apply at 317 NE 2nd Ave., Dania.
OFFICES, SHOPS & DOCKAGE on New Rvr.
Rent from 100 to 15,000 sq' in
growing Sun Power Marina.
413 SW 3 Ave. Fort Laud. 522-4776.
CROMWELL EAST SE'15 St.- furnished
bedrm, livingrm, dining area, kitch.
Watch boat parade from your 4th fl.
balcony. Rent yearly $600/mo. Call
Skip Cassio ACV Realty 491-8889
eve 733-5190 pager 779-0552.
YEARLY APTS SPECTACULAR VIEW -
from At17 Tl o nf Venier- A 7--12


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.
Call 462-5515.
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts. & efficiencies. Pool,
-BBQ, cable, laundry.
Call 527-0026
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 Trnnic Rltv. 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.
HENDRICKS ISLE- yearly, live-aboard.
Low craft to 43'. Berthed alongside.
Water & elec. Call 467-8371.


YACHT DOCKAGE & MAINTENANCE SERVICE?
ideal for absentee owners. 587-8984.
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CLASSIFIED RATES:
(35 character/line)
First line $5.00
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ECONOMICAL MARINA- liveaboards from
$250/mo. Showers, laundry, rdstaur-
ant. DRY STORAGE for small boats
from $50/mo. Call 584-2500.
79 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater, elec/
water/phone/BBQ/shower/tv. 763-1695
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,ppool,BBQ,laundry,cable.
Call 527-0026.
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
SUPER LOCATION: live-aboard, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Off Las
Olas: 208 Hendricks Isle 463-7067
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.
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
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.
BANYAN MARINA APTS- 111 Isle of
Venice 305-524-4430.
Deepwater dockage up to 51' *pool*
phone cable security.
GILL ISLES- no fxd-bridges, no Ivbds
elec/water*power boat 40'. 463-0926
NEW RIVER-BOAT DOCK- call 527-0758.
LAS OLAS- no fxd bridges, water/elec
shower-pool- No Ivbds. 467-8554.
DOCK/SLIP across from Pier 66, deep
water, no liveaboards, sailboat only
max 48'. Call 305-523-9531.


NEW LDL ISLES DOCK- no fxd bridges.
Secure-water-elec. Call 771-0780.
HENDRICKS ISLE- attractive tropical
setting, pool, liveaboard. 763-1021
2 DOCKS, one with davits. Also
furnished room. Dania. Close to Ft.
Lauderdale airport. Call 922-4113


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DEEPWATER. NEW DOCK- 35', Orange Is.
New River $100/m. Call 201-290-0400
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.


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situation wanted-
Reliable 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.
Young English MARRIED COUPLE SEEKS
1/2BR APT. Ft. Ldl./Dania area.
Would consider house or boat sitting.
Long or short term. Refs available.
Call 525-0747 day or 760-9186 eves.






CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING- all posiL
tions. Both skilled & unskilled. for
information call 615-292-6900 x-H47
HIRING! GOVERNMENT JOBS- your are;92
$15-68,000. Call 602-838-8885 x-9v21
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LOOKING FOR SAILOR- experienced in
navigation to help prepare & sail
42' ketch to Belize & on to Hawaii.
Call 305-371-4501 or 534-5466.

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


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Will DELIVER YOUR POWER YACHT any-
where from Maine to Texas. USCG 100
ton. Capt. Les Stitt 427-9553.


VIA PANAMA by author of Cruising
Ports California to Florida.
S 200,000 miles exper. USCG Master
500 Tons. Fluent Spanish. World
wide capable. Capt. John Rains.
I Call 619-222-9028


DELIVERY CAPTAIN & CREW
100-ton Ocean Op. Sail/Power.
Anywhere/anytime. Captain Williams
Call 583-0202

LIC-CAPT. deliveries or Bahamas,Keys
anytime, anywhere. Fishing exp.
Reasonable, refs. Craig 760-7545.
CAPTAIN FOR HIRE- USCG 100-ton Lie.
Deliveries &/or island trips. Exp.
fisherman. Call Capt. Joe Kane
463-5586.


A CLASSIFIED AD
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For SR E


SAILORMAN- World's largest and most
unique, new & used marine emporium.
Send for catalog. 350 East State Rd.
84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Call:305-522-6716 FL 1-800-331-5359
FLOATING HOME- 35'xl4';1BR loft,
sun-deck, a/c, custom design. Good.
office or live-aboard. Needs work-
carpentry, finishing inside. Marina
Bay area dock. Best offer/trade.
Call 587-4653.
ZODIAC DINGHY- MKI 10'6" wood floor
Warranty $500. Call 485-4180.
MAST 49', BOOM 16', SITKA SPRUCE-
no rot. 2 sets spreaders, S/S tangs,
goose neck, etc., $1000.Ph 485-4180
NAUTICAL BENCH- 5'. Made from 1886
sunken ship's timber. Chain legs.
Unique in world? $3500 eves 781-1521
SAILS: for 40' boat, spinnaker, gen-
oa, reacher.Like new.Call 523-0934.
4 fiberglass sealed carpetted 5x8'
WORK RAFTS. Durable & transportable
$400 each or 2 for $750. Also 2.
ILITY TRAILERS & 800psi WASHER.
Sll Simons Yacht Polishing Inc.
946--8577.
Ti LORAN-C with ant. Yaesu MB rcvr.
.knwood HAM RADIO complete PACE VHF
OMEGA & RDF. Call 583-0202.
JDVIS SEXTANT- like nqw. $80. RDF in
,-crellent condition $200. 943-9187


DETROIT DIESEL*MERCRUISER*CUMMINS*
CATERPILLAR*ATOMIC 4*WESTERBEKE*
YANMAR- new & used. Sunpower Diesel
Call 522-4775 (Ja








New Westerbeke generators boat show
prices! RPM Diesel Engine Co 764-6800
WESTERBEKE ISkw- never installed in
boat, zero hours. $7500.
Repower Systems 925-6302
FARYMANN 6kw diesel generator-
low-hour, like new. $1495.
Repower Systems 925-6302
6.5 ONAN gas- f/w cooled, like new,
10 hrs. Call Gary 563-9445.
PORTABLE HONDA GEN- 2200 AC/DC
Call Bill 763-7760
ONAN*WESTERBEKE*KOHLER*NORTHERN LIGHTS
new & used. 3 to 50kw. Trade-ins are
welcomed. Sunpower Diesel.
Call 529-A775 (.Tav)


ChrisCraft CABIN CRUISER HARDTOP-
head, galley, canvas. $18,000.
25'. Great condition. 523-2502.


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




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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.
PASCOE & ASSOCIATES Inc.
All types of surveys
Since 1944 NAMS
Four certified surveyors
524-8661 nights 946-4436
ALL SYSTEM SAIL SPECIALIST-
insurance*buy*sell*competitive rates
Williams & Co. Call 583-8989.
MARK RHODES MARINE SURVEYOR-
buyers, insurance and evaluation.
Power and sail. Call 946-6779





FOR HIRE-

PEGASUS CHARTERS: daysails, evening
cruises, weekends. 50' ketch, 5 dbl
cabins, SCUBA. Call 525-3865


D sel
Allison WEST Next to Boat Owners
2555 State Road 84 I Warehouse
Fort Lauderdale EAST
587-1620 301 State Road 84
Fort Lauderdale
764-6800

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DIESEL FUEL INJECTION
TURBO CHARGES
HYDRAULIC HOSES and CABLES
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Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place a Classified Ad. 524-9464


ROBERT P. GARGANO


ROBERT P. GARGANO,
& ASSOCIATES. REALTORS
(305, 462-5770


NEW RIVER DEEPWATER -3+ bdrm,
4-1/2 bath estate home on lacre 373'
Waterfront $650,000

LAS OLAS ISLES-DEEPWATER-No
Fixed Bridges; 3 bdrm/2 bath home:
78' on extra wide waterway $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 home, on widest +
deepest canel $179,900

MAYA MAICA 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
$57,300 to $119,900. River Reach ren-
tals also available.


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


Joseph V. Cassio, Sr.
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
Million Dollar Club ,
Residential-Commercial
Business-Motels-Land _0-K 4
ADLER CHISHOLM
VORDERMEIER ERA REAL
2801 E. Commercial Boulevard ESTATE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308 Each office
Each office
Office: 305-491-8889 independently owned
Eves: 305-721-4984 and operated.





CRAIG A. LEONARD
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
NOTARY


Keqes
.Escom. BROWARD: (305) 563-5662
2121 N. FEDERAL HWY. DADE: (305) 949-2248
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.33305 EVENINGS: (305) 921-540
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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


COLUMBIA CARBURETTOR.ESTBLISHD 1949
262 SW 33 St FORT LAUDERDALE
NEED A NEW CARBURETTOR? MAYBE NOT.
WE'RE 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 525-7A11
FUEL TANK CLEANING at your dock.
FLORIDA TANK & FUEL SERVICE.
Prompt service. No mess. 963-1775.


GENERAL BOAT MAINTENANCE- mechanical,
electrical, refinishing, woodwork.
Reasonable rates & professional work.
Call Jack.at 467-3348.
-YACHT REFINISHING & REPAIR- varnish,
painting, fibreglassing, 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
STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar.Serv.Inc. 305-665-5348
All types & makes. Lic. & Insured.
SOUTH FLORIDA TRAILER SERVICE, Inc.
trailer repair & maintenance
24 hr emergency road service
At your home! At your storage lot!
Light welding & fabrication,
bearings, hubs, jacks, lights, etc!
Pompano 785-0628
ATLANTIC MOBILE MARINE-REPAIR.
Gas, diesel & electric repair.
24 hr dock service call 565-4252.
BOAT LETTERING by Carol- standard &
custom, gold leaf. Reasonable rates.
Free estimate call 764-2229/528-0877
FAX SERVICES- use our Fax number.
Pick up/delivery. References.
Call Howie at,305-458-0901.
YOU GOTTA ROTTA in your masta?
You.gotta problem!!! You calla me:
Hatcha Patcha 587-0677.


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REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING
Repairs & Installation-- service ALL
brands, 1 yr. warranty on BOTH parts
& labor, $25/hr., day or night, we
custom build most any type-of unit or
DO-TT-YOUR-SELF, we sell what you need
with free advice. MEETING YOUR COOL-
ING NEEDS SINCE 1977. Call Custom
,Refrigeration at 527-0540.


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.
NATIONAL CANVAS for all your canvas
needs at 128 No. Fed. Hwy. (6th Ave)
Delray Beach, FL. Call 1-305-278-6521

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27 YRS EXP- Fiberglass & Woodworking
Repair & remodeling, cabinetry.
Your dock or mine. Jack Anderson
462-6758.
BOB NAIOUS FIBERGLASS REPAIR
535 NW 1st Ave Ft Ldl 728-9895
LAMAR 751-2986 or 462-0176 GELCOAT









LEARN-TO SAIL Sept 19-20 763-3630

SCUBA CLASSES. NAUI. Call 564-8661.


CELESTIAL NAV. Sept 22


*BOTTOMS CLEANED-props,zincs,engines
Mnthly 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.
AQUA MAIDS offers interior/exterior
cleaning, waxing, taking, grocery
shopping. Wkly/bi-monthly/month.
Insured. 748-5936.
BOB's BOAT CLEANING- underwater
cleaning*zincs*washing*waxing*dock
repairs*teak cleaning. Call Capt.
Bob at 463-9810.
D&I TEFLON SERVICES, Inc.
Specialists in yacht detailing,
varnishing, teak work. Protect your
boat exterior up to a year with the
very best polish/sealant. In or out
of water. "Apple dealer. Call for
details at 523-5145.
YOU GOTTA STAINA in your teaka?
You gotta problem!!! You calla me:
Hatcha Patcha 587-0677.
GLENN's BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & Bi-monthly ser-
vice. Call 305-781-6861.










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.


763-3630


YACHT CAPTAINS-
Become a professional Instructor/
Capt. w/Intl School Sailing. Posi-
tions avail, for male & female
capts w/sail or power experience.
Op/Master lic. req'd. Training sem-
inar Sept. 12-16. Capt. Dan 525-8144
James Sullivan professes a knowledge
of CELESTIAL NAVIGATION, LORAN-C &i
USCG OPERATOR's LICENSE PREP. Wifln
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
YOU GOTTA HATCHA needs a patcha?
You gotta problem!!! You callame:
Hatcha Patcha 587-0677
B1NNICLE YACHT SERVICE- marine
carpentry, cabinetwork, custom
milling. Hardwoods, veneer & mica.
Complete shop facilities & dockside
service. 22 yrs. experience. Call
792-4495.


ELECTRICAL
MARINE SERVICE
From battery chargers to starters and alternators.
including any type of electric motor or pump, we
can solve your problem. We also run electrolysis
and electrical surveys. 20 years experience.
From the Keys to the Treasure Coast
24 Hour Emergency Service


A & M MARINE
ELECTRIC, INC.

x 786-0672


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place a Classified Ad. 524-9464






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ARTMARINE, INC.

Self Service Yard
SERVICE-S TORAGE
20 and 40 Ton Lift


3100 State Road 84
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312


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Dock Fenders and Cleats

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



Accessories Gold Leaf 0 Name Boards Signs

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RESTORE REBUILD REPAIR
Specializing in Complete Restorations
Dockside or Drydock Teak Decking Toe Rails
Marine Furniture Interior/Exterior Designs
RICHARD GIAMBERSIO, Owner
(305) 791-8972


792-9458-- Don
4234 S.W. 64th Avenue
Davie, FL 33314
AUTO TAGS
& TITLES
& BOATS


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791-4846 Joyce Mike
3604 Davie Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale, FL33312
SBoats Registrations
*Duplicate Titles *Renewals
* Mobile Homes Trailers
* Motor Homes Motorcycles
* Notary Public Out of State
Transfers


523-1352 Ken 581-5233
1954 N.W. 9th Avenue Southland Shopping Center
(Powerline) 1021 State Road 84
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 Ft. Lauderdale; FL 3315
Hollywood 989-4464 6 locations to serve you




SMORGAN'S
NIARINE DIESEL,.
Detroit Diesel Onan Westerbeke Perkins
211 S.W. 27th Street
SFort Lauderdale, Florida 33315
Shop: 764-0365 Home: 587-4434




CUSTOM: WELDING
TOWERS
RAILS
TANKS

FUKBE CUSTOM MARINE INC.
FULLY MOBILE


1606 S.W. 3RD AVENUE
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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33315


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(305) 524-0476


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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
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Ft Lauderdale, Fl. 33334 771-9668 Ft Lauderdale, FL 33334



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

GULF PLATING INC.
TELEPHONE 518S.W. FIRST AVENUE
305/467-9751 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL33301


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Finally, a full-service Rack & Stack that lets you stay out late.
A safe 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 Broward Boaters *
Port Easy Access from U.S. 1 and 1-95 *
vg* Food & Fuel, Fast Delivery Boats up to 42' *
Open Daily from 8AM to 11PM Trailer Storage Available *


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Also Quality Refits & Repair Work
Custom Built Dock Boxes
Quality Mobile On-Site Painting
Myrick Boats, Inc.
527 N.W. 1st Avenue
Fort Lauderdale
Drop By and Visit Our Workshop

305-524-5132


CARIBBEAN REFINISHING NORTH


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The people who brought
AWLGRIP to the
Caribbean are now opening
a new location in Fort
Lauderdale. Beginning
September 15th, we will be
located at Harbour Towne
Marina on the Dania Cutoff
Canal.
Joe Dougher and Jim Linley,
with a combined 25 years or
AWLGRIP yacht refinishing
experience, began
business in the Virgin
Islands in 1979 and have
since refinished over 3,000
hulls with AWLGRIPE


CARIBBEAN
REFINISHING
NORTH
Harbour Towne Marina
on Dania Cutoff Canal
Contact:
Jim Linley
305-791-3149


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another location at Caicos Marina and Shipyard,
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.
For Information contact Don Woods at 809-946-4600.


TORTOLA YACHT SERVICES
VIRGIN GORDA YACHT SERVICES
CONTACT BOBBY GRAY
AT 809-494-3353.

BOBBY'S MARINA, ST. MARTIN
CONTACT FREDDIE RAS
OFFICE 011-5995-22366


In dealing with our company,
you will find no need to
speculate on time
schedules or the cost of
your job. We realize the
needs of yachtsmen and
are firmly committed to our
contracts and your
schedule.
For information or
estimates contact Jim
Unley 305-791-3149. Ask
about our 3 year warranty
on gloss retention and
adhesion.


INDEPENDENT BOAT YARD, ST. THOMAS
CONTACT TIM PECK
AT 809-775-6158

JACKSON'S MARINA, LONG ISLAND
SAG HARBOR YACHT YARD, LONG ISLAND
CONTACT JOE DOUGHER
AT 516-728-8164


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