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    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
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South Florida's
Nautical Newspaper


Lobster Season's almost here


by Bryan Brooks
It is that time again. The white collar crowd is
getting itchy. More and more, thoughts around
the coffee machine in the morning seem to linger
on that creature. Fantasies of drawn butter, not
sugar plumb fairies, fill your head. Theories are
argued about which spot is better. Smiling faces
in the office tell everyone that they have their own
special place, a sure thing where they never come
up empty handed. Others argue about the best
method to corral the critter. Some say they can do
it better with their own two hands. Others argue
for the goose and grab system. Some tell of the
biggest tail that they had ever gotten. Stories
abound of bad days with six foot seas and murky
waters. Then there is the macho guy in the office,
who tells a tale about the time he disturbed the big
fella -- moray eel -- while sticking his hand in the
coral hole to get at the creature.
What creature? What special spots? What tail,
and whatis a goose and grab system? Up north it
would be the opening of deer season. Down in
south Florida;it can only mean one thing:. the
opening of lobster season.
Man the hunter. Sometimes you wonder just
how far out of the cave we have come. In sober
moments, sometimes you think this is all a dream
and all of us will wake up inside some cold cave
in Europe, 35,000 years ago, wearing itchy
animal skins. If that is true, God, what a
nightmare. If our ancestors could only have
realized what would happen to this planet, maybe
they would have stayed in their caves. Another
story, some other time.
The special two-day sport season is on July
.the 29th and 30th. During'this period, each diver
is allowed six lobsters per diver, regardless of the
amount of divers on the boat. The lobster must be
measured, IN THE WATER, with a legitimate
lobster measuring gauge on the diver. No females
with eggs on her tummy can ever be taken, yet so
many idiots do each year. Those same fools then
wonder why the lobster population is getting
smaller.
During'the regular season, which opens on
August 6th, divers are allowed six lobsters per
diver, but this time there is another rule that
applies: only 24 lobsters per boat. In other words,
during the special sport two day season, on July
29th and 30th, it doesn't matter how many people


are on the boat, each diver is allowed six lobsters.
THERE IS NO BOAT LIMIT. But after August
6th, those same twenty four divers could only
collectively get twenty four lobsters, period.
During both seasons, the carapace, or shell --
you know, the hard part -- must measure three
inches. That is where the measuring device
comes in handy. Remember, the measuring must
be done on the bottom, in the water. No bringing
the lobster up to the surface and then measuring
them. It's pretty well documented that when you
measure the lobster on the surface, then throw it
back if it is a short, most times a barracuda will
intercept it on its trip back home -- end of lobster.
Please only take your limit. Warriors who
come in dive shops to refill their tanks, and brag
about the hundred lobsters they took, make you
sick. These are.the same people who always
blame the declining lobster population on
everybody else.
The best method for both the divers and the
lobsters, is the goose and grab system. That is, a
diver takes his/her lobster prod and gooses the
lobster out of their coral home into a small fishing
type net. This way the lobster can be measured
down below legally, and safely released if they
are too short, or are a female with eggs.
The problem with using your own hands is
twofold. First, you need gloves. The critter is
thorny, and they can put holes in your hands.
Second, if you grab them, you pull their antennas
off, hurting the lobster. If they turn out to be a
short or female with eggs, and you turn them
loose, they may die or be severely handicapped.
Using a prod and goosing them from behind out
of their holes into your net is easier and best for
all concerned.
Be advised, the Florida Marine Patrol has a
legal right to board your boat at any time and
measure your lobsters. They do a great job,
considering how understaffed they are. If we
follow the rules, their job is easier, and the public
is served better.
Remember what happened last year? A diver
jumped off his boat-into six foot seas during the
early hours of the two-day season and drowned.
The diver apparently hadn't been diving for

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Lobster Season in coming
up and divers are getting
rsyched for it. The cover story
and the accompanying piece on
page two convey some helpful
and important information,
A small waterfront town
wins a battle with the DOT.
Read about on page 6

Waterfront residents turned
i:ut r.j slow down ICW speed
boats at public hearings. Turn
to page?.
Offshore oil leases are
discussed on page 8.

Marine educators from
around the country are coming
to South Florida in July. Learn
.why on page 9.

A crew of American
women sailors want to race
around the world. See page ten.

Tall ships are sailing for
the Florida Keys on page 11,

Also converging on the keys
are shipwreck fans and pros.
Read more on page 12.

Speaking of shipwrecks, a
diver revisits an artificial
'reef writes about it on page
1 3.

Sailboats'are racing in the
Abacos Check out the details
on page 19.

Key West goes crazy for
Hemingway this time of year.
There's coverage on page 20.

Learn about a local water
ski club on page 21.

A rnew saltwater fishing
license is the big news on
page 22






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Lobsters- Even the pro's can be confused


by Andy Eddy
"What is the basic difference between a
Florida lobster and a Spanish lobster?" The
answer to this confusing question is not at all
obvious. Do not trick yourself into believing that
what the local boat captain or dive shop employee
told you is Gospel. There is confusion with
regard to names and descriptions. I will therefore
attempt to correct that problem by a review of the
Spiny Lobster (Florida lobster), Spotted
Crawfish (Guinea lobster), Smooth-tailed
Crawfish (Brazilian lobster), and the Spanish
Lobster (Shovel-nosed lobster). We will not
cover in depth other look-alikes to the Spanish
Lobster but will be more detailed on the crawfish-
Latreille (literally-lobster with antennae).
Many individuals will tell you that the
Spanish Lobster is a Spotted Crawfish (Guinea
Lobster Panulirus guttatus Latrielle) and there
is no seasonal limit on their capture. The fact that
there is a continuous open season on this species
is correct but the incorrect use and exchange of
names is terribly unprofessional- in many
instances. In reviewing Exhibits A, B and C
below you will note that the Spotted Crawfish
actually resembles the Spiny Lobster but hardly
resembles the Shovelnosed-Spanish lobster
(Sctllarides aequionctialis).


Exhibit A

Panulirus argus
Crawfish, spiny lobster




Exhibit B i

Panulirus guttatus
Spotted crawfish





Exhibit C

Scyllarides aequionctialis
Spanish lobster

The rare smooth-tailed crawfish (Brazilian
lobster)Panulirus Laevicauda Latreille resembles
the Spiny Lobster (Exhibit A) and the Spotted
Crawfish (Exhibit B). For exhibition purposes
the antennae and legs have been cut short in some
exhibits of crawfish due to limitation of space.
You will note from the Crawfish drawings
(Exhibit D) below that the smooth-tailed lobster
can be distinguished from the Spiny and Spotted
by smoother appearance, a more bluish green to
purplish cast and the large white spots that are
mainly found on the sides of the tail, not on the
upper surface.


Lobster Season -o,, poaeon,,
awhile. He didn't have his air on, didn't have his
fins on, and didn't ditch his weight belt. The
result was a death in ten feet of water. If it has
been a while since you have dove, then check
your gear, and check yourself. You should take a
refresher course, but if you don't do anything
else, put the gear on and jump into your own
pool. Trust me, this will help if you haven't been
diving for awhile.
Don't, whatever you do, go diving for
lobsters, or diving period, if you aren't certified.
Please check in with your local professional dive
shop and take the lessons. This one thing comes
back to haunt those of us in the diving industry
every year.
The other thing that haunts us more and more
concerns boats. Watch out for boats. Fly your
dive flag. Flvinog th flag is a state law and
signifies there is a diver down below. Remember,
all those fine folks out on 1-95 during the week,
will be out there in boats, some seemingly on
search and destroy missions.
Be careful, take your limit, and enjoy.


The Spotted Crawfish (Guinea lobster) and
the Spiny Lobster ( Florida lobster) differ as
follows:
Exhibit D

Panuirus laevicauda .
Smooth-tailed crawfish
(after Opresko et al, 1973)

1. Spotted Crawfish (Guinea lobster -
Panulirus Guttatus). Very dark green to purplish
blue and closely covered with white spots over
the carapace, tail, walking legs and antennae. It is
nocturnal in its movements and a smaller size
species. I was told it is generally about a pound
to a pound and one half in size inhabiting rocky
areas and coral reefs. It is much less commonly
found than the Spiny Lobster.
2. Florida Spiny Lobster Panulirus argus-
Latreille is the most common crawfish found in
our waters reaching a weight of over 30 pound.
Because of overfishing few large sized lobsters
of this type are found today. This species is
greenish, brownish-blue to dark mahogany red
with a few large yellowish spots on the tail and
carapace. Since they are heavily fished wherever
they live a closed season generally runs from
March 21 through July 21 each year. One must
consult the State and Federal authorities regarding
the dates as there is a variance and violators face
stiff penalties. Ignorance is no excuse.
According to Harold W. Sims' research,
Spiny lobsters mate in late winter or early spring.
Spawning begins in April and lasts through
August. As eggs begin to ripen, the females
migrate to deeper water where hatching takes
place. The tiny flat and transparent one-eyed
larvae quickly rise to the surface where ocean
currents carry them away. These phyllosomes
remain at the mercy of ocean currents-for as long


as nine months traveling great distances. After
metamorphosis, the postlarvae (tiny lobster) fall
to the bottom of the sea seeking shelter along
shallow coastline waters. As the young grow the
older lobsters move offshore into deeper waters.
Any diver caught removing egg-laden or smaller
young lobsters from our Florida waters faces
serious penalties and justifiably so. Theory
indicates that the bulk of our lobsters arrive here
as postlarvae offspring of Caribbean Lobster.
Special note of thanks for assistance offered
is extended to John Hunt, Marathon Marine Field
Station, Dr. Iversen of University of Miami,
Mary Hires, St, Petersburg.Marine Library, Bill
Lyons of Fla. Dept. of Natural Resources and
Bob Schaeffer of Divers Den.

Editor's note: Andy Eddy is a PADI-certified
divemaster in Deerfield Beach.


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4 Waterfront News July 1989 Letters


Dock rental

reaction
Editor:
We live in a prime residential area for which
our taxes can attest
Next door, the single family home was
purchased by a snowbird who owns a marina in
the northeast. His improvements here include the
addition of three slips perpendicular to the
seawall. Three large sailboats have been berthed
here until recently, (largest being 40 to 60 feet)
If the Ft. Lauderdale city officials are sincere
on enforcing zoning they could take obvious
actions:
*1. When someone requests a permit (marine) to
build more dockage, insist on a need or cause,
i.e. more than one large boat registered to his
name for private use.
*2. When patrolling our waterways, it is quite
obvious as to who the long-term renters of more
than one boat are -- just check the registrations.
Someone must have authority to assure that
one large boat per home is enough?
Jarl Johnson
Ft Lauderdale


Hurricane flotilla

plan proclaimed

PROCLAMATION

Hurricane Emergency Marine
Traffic Broward County
Flotilla Plan


1989


IN THE EVENT of a hurricane emergency,
the Broward County Sheriffs Office will
coordinate the efforts of all municipal Marine
Units in the movement of marine traffic
throughout the waterways in Broward County.
This coordination will commence at the beginning
of a Hurricane watch and terminate three and a
half (3 1/2) hours after the official order to
evacuate the coastal areas by the County
Administrator.
TO MINIMIZE the number of bridge
openings necessary to accommodate marine
traffic traveling on Broward County waterways
seeking safe harbor, the following will apply:
1. Should boat traffic increase to a level
requiring excessive bridge openings, a flotilla
movement program will be implemented. No
specific time sequences will be utilized in moving
flotillas, but movement will be governed by the
number of boats seeking to proceed upriver.
Small boats able to proceed without bridge
openings need not wait for a flotilla.
2. The Ft. Lauderdale Police Department's
Marine Patrol will be deployed in the Intracoastal
Waterway north and south of New River to
supervise arid assist formation of flotillas.
Vessels proceeding north to the New River will
form flotillas in the Pier 66 area, and vessels
proceeding south to the New River will form
flotillas in the Bahia Mar area. As the situation
dictates, Ft. Lauderdale Police Boats will escort
flotillas inland or send them independently in
groups.


Ask Big Al


Question:
I have an overheating problem with my V-8
engine. The rubber hose from the engine to the
muffler is very hot and water flow from the
manifold on that side is less than the other side.
The inlet is clear and the pump is working fine.
What can I do to clear this up?
Julie


Answer.
Usually in a case you describe, either the
manifold is bad or the heat riser is clogged with
rust. Remove the hose leading into the riser and
check for water circulation. Clean out the nipple
where the hose hooks up and make sure water
flows through the riser. If bad, you will have to
remove the riser and either clean it out or replace
it. Al




Q-
My tacks have been checked out for
carburetion and have been repaired and reset.
When I reinstalled them, one was 600 rpm's
higher than the other at same throttle setting.
What should I look for or do that can correct this?
Doc
A --
Many things can make tachometers read high
or low. A bad ground will cause a tach to read
wrong. The cable setting on your throttles will
cause one engine to run faster or slower. If you
have a synchronizer you can check your engine
speeds and your tach readings. Setting up both
engines, trial and error, to the same speed will
also double-check your tachometer.


Clean waves
wanted
Editor:
When the oceans were created, did God say:
"You are going to serve as dumps for human
litter?"
On April 8, 1989, during the second
countywide cleanup, Palm Beach County
CleanSweep volunteers cleaned up along-the
beaches the litter which came mainly from
boaters, and after three hours, they suddenly
wondered, "Why, God, were boaters created!?"
Please, boaters, while on a boat, use litter
bags, incinerators, waste compactors. When you
arrive at a dock, use trash receptacles. You could
also begin to recycle your recyclable materials,
and if you have any queries concerning recycling,
please call: 407-659-6159.
Throwaway habits need to change. Why?
Because -- we want CLEAN WAVES for the
ocean, the marine creatures and for us too!

"Countess"
Palm Beach County Clean Sweep


ARTHUR M. ST. AMAND
Executive Director
Broward County Emergency
Preparedness

JOSEPH GERWENS
Chief of Police
City of Ft. Lauderdale


NICK NAVARRO
Sheriff
Broward County


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Ask Big Al


DearAl:
I have a cabin cruiser with a (6) six cylinder
diesel engine. My engine cut out while traveling
to the Keys. I got it started but lost rpms,
fluctuating speed, etc. Finally got it back home.
Changed the filter and blew out the lines. Now it
won't start at all. I know I must bleed the air out,
but my manual doesn't show how or where and I
can't find a fuel pump on this engine. The help I
got from my boat agency was nil.
Ralph
DearRalph:
When you blew the lines and changed the
filter you filled the system with air. Fill the filter
with fuel and prime the ejector pump with fuel,
eliminating all air possible in pump. If you can't
find the bleeder valve on the pump loosen or
crack the sleeve nuts on each injector and turn the
engine over to bleed each one separately. As soon
as fluid or diesel oil seeps through, tighten nut.
Engine should then start if that was your
problem. It may start after one or two injectors
are bled, so be careful of all moving parts.
Al



DearAl
I have an outboard motor that is pitting and
corroding on the lower unit. What could be
causing this? Painting it didn't help at all.
Joan

Dear Joan:
A number of years ago an inboard-outboard
was brought in with that problem. The lower unit
was being eaten up by a paint that was
incompatible with the aluminum lower unit and
electrolysis set in. Also check to see if the motor
is in the water near other boats that are plugged
into the dock with the wrong polarity.
Al


DearAl:
I have an open fisherman with an 150
outboard that slows up at times and takes forever
to pick up again. The gas is clean and the oil
mixture is right. What can be causing this?
Sam
Dear Sam:
You must have a restriction on the gas line or
your filter needs changing. Take off your fuel
pump screen and blow it out. Also check fuel
pump for pressure. While your engine is running


Editor'

A new firm will be running the Coconut
Grove boat yard as the Miami City
Commission voted 4-1 to evict 40-year
resident Merrill Stevens Dry Dock Company.
Dinner Key Boatyard will renovate, expand
and run the yard, adding 298 dry storage
slips, 104 wet slips, a .1600 square foot raw
bar and 19,045 square feet of marine-related
stores. The group, headed by among
others- former Merrill Stevens executive
Ronald Falkey, promises to spend $4.9
million rebuilding the the boat yard site leased
from the city.


i The official National Oceanographic and
Atmospheric Administration Hurricane
Hotline is 1-900-410-NOAA.


The City of Fort Lauderdale will be able
to use the name Riverwalk for the city's
downtown waterfront development. City
officials have settled a dispute with a national
developer who had applied for that same


try squeezing the rubber fuel ball to see if fuel is
coming through. Be sure your gas tank is vented.
Al
DearAl:
How often should I change my wires on my
engines? They look frayed and loose.
Bill
DearBill:
AT ONCE! Bad plug wires can spark and
short and put your boat on fire or blow it up.


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trademark on its festival marketplace in New
Orleans.

Wilton Manors will have the Island
City Recycling Kickoff Party on the
Fourth of July, The festivities will be held at
Mickel Field. The actual curbside collection
will commence on July 6th. Collection day
will be on either Thursday, Friday or
Saturday, depending upon what the normal
garbage pick-up day of a neighborhood. Pick-
up will be done on a weekly basis. Any
- questions should go to W. Joe Moss, Jr. at
390-2190.
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Road work began in June to improve the
center medians on State Road 84 and
Southwest Second Avenue in Fort
Lauderdale. According to the DOT, traffic
will be restricted to one lane in each direction
on four-lane Second Avenue from State Road
84 south for three blocks during the entire 45-
day project. Second Avenue accesses a
primarily marine industrial area behind
landmark Lester's Diner.


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licenses. They either service your liferaft with no training, authorization, or access to correct parts,
or ship it 200 miles away where they have no control over scheduling and you cannot see the raft
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We hold over 20 licenses that are on display.
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SLoss of power
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Ocean Ridge wins bridge battle;


but DOT may win the war


by Craig Lustgarten
Just as David was somehow able to defeat
Goliath, the town of Ocean Ridge has apparently
been able to thwart the Department of
Transportation (DOT) and the City of Boynton
Beach's plans to construct a new four-lane,
twenty-five foot clearance drawbridge 700 feet
north of the existing two-lane bridge on Ocean
Avenue.
In a special administrative hearing held on the
matter, Judge William Kendrick ruled that in
electing to relocate the Ocean Avenue Intracoastal
bridge to the Boynton Beach Boulevard extension
site, the DOT abused its discretionary powers
because "it failed to take into account future as
well as present needs, all pertinent and local
government comprehensive plans, and the total
environment of the community region... ."
His recommended order that the bridge not be
relocated was submitted to Florida transportation
secretary Kaye Herderson, who has 90 days to
issue DOT's final decision. Should Henderson
overturn the administrative hearing officer's
verdict, the cased could most likely be reviewed
by the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeals.
Hugh MacMillan, Jr., attorney for petitioner
Dr. Augusto Lopez-Torres and intervenors the
Town of Ocean Ridge and the Audubon Society
of the Everglades, stated, "Basically, we were
delighted with the order of the hearing officer, we
believe it is correct as a matter of law and public
policy."
MacMillan added, "The case is also an
important precedent for Florida, because it holds
that a government agency can be held accountable
at the planning stage of a major project. This
could mean millions of dollars of savings for
taxpayers on public projects that are ill-
conceived."
Judge Kendrick's ruling agreed with Ocean
Ridge's contention that construction of the bridge
would have a negative impact on the
environment in the area. Kendrick wrote that if
the bridge were constructed at the new site, the
result would be direct elimination of one acre of a
40-acre mangrove forest on the east side of the
ICW.
Maxine Ferguson, attorney with the
Department of Transportation, said she will file
several exceptions to the ruling, and they will be
submitted to DOT secretary Henderson.
Ferguson stated that she feels judge Kendrick
substituted his judgment for that of the
department's on matters that were-within the
agency's discretion, and that many of his findings
were not supported by competent evidence in the
case records.
Ferguson declared, "I feel that DOT did a
valid study on the project taking into
consideration all elements that the applicable
statutes required; I feel the department did not
abuse its discretion in deciding to relocate the
bridge."
Dr. Lopez-Torres, who has fought Boynton's
and DOT's plans to go ahead with the project for

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over 10 years, commented, "We expect the ordeal
to finally be over. All parties involved had a
chance to promote their arguments, and the
outcome has shown that DOT won't be serving
the public interest if they overturn this decision."
Lopez-Torres has been very concerned about
where this project would be built, because it
would take up all sections of the street that he
lives on and would also adversely effect Ocean
Ridge's town hall.


For years the rumor mill along the docks has
speculated on increasing the number of
passengers that an uninspected boat could carry.
Existing regulations limit that boat to not more
than six paying passengers.
Chances of this change coming about are slim
to none. However, an upcoming rewrite of the
regulations for inspected boats (those carrying
more than six passengers), invites comments
from the industry in formulating the new policies
of this section called Subchapter T of Title 46,
Code of Federal Regulations. Because of the
subchapter designation, these inspected boats are
commonly called T-boats.
T-boats are those passenger boats allowed to
carry more than six, such as paddlewheelers,
deep sea fishing or dive boats, small ferry boats,
dinner-dance boats, etc.
The invitation to comment opens the door for
the boating public to ask for simplified inspection
requirements and procedures for many of those
boats commonly used today as six-pack boats.
Obviously the 16-foot runabout is not likely
to be a candidate for CG inspection to carry more
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has put a serious cramp in Boynton Beach's
downtown redevelopment plans, as the city was
counting on the bridge to anchor a whole series of
projects, including a proposed marina.
Boynton Beach attorney Raymond Rea
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before downtown redevelopment plans can be
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Speeding boaters anger

waterfront residents


One would have to be a New York taxicab
driver to successfully navigate the Intracoastal
Waterway (ICW) through Ft. Lauderdale, advises
yachtsman and former anchorman, Walter
Cronkite in a guidebook he helped write.
The owner of a local water taxi company calls
the stretch of the ICW north of Sunrise on up to
Commercial a "no man's land" of people "mixing
alcohol, speed and boats." Said Steve Halbrook,
"We've seen everything possible on that
waterway."
With sections of the waterway nicknamed
"Hell's Gate" and "Bongo Strait," an angry
crowd of people who live mostly on the ICW
met with Florida Marine Patrol officials
complaining that speeding watercraft that throw
high wakes in areas jammed with boat traffic
endanger other boaters and waterfront residents.
"Yachting's version of the pit bull problem"
is what resident Mimi Gillet refers to as the ICW
from Bahia Mar south and west to the Lauderdale


Yacht Club. Gillet and some her neighbors would
like the state to impose a "no-wake" on that
portion of the waterway.
Many at the workshop conducted by
Captain-Allan Richards of the Florida Marine
Patrol would like to see the entire ICW in
Broward County designated a "no-wake" zone.
"To preserve life and limb, we must slow the
thundering herd to a crawl," declared George
Storrs of Southeast 9th Street at the workshop
held at Fort Lauderdale City Hall in June.
The Florida Marine Patrol is conducting a
series of meetings up and down the coast to
determine whether to create additional no-wake
zones on the ICW. It will take months to draft
new rules, if warranted, cautioned Captain
Richards.
Currently the Intracoastal speed limit is 30
mph except within a few hundred feet of bridges
crossing it in Broward County.


Waterfront neighborhoods address traffic problems


by M. G. Swift
Two other waterfront neighborhoods in Ft.
Lauderdale are following Riverside Park's lead
with proposals to restrict through traffic on their
streets. Registered voters and/or property owners
within River Oaks/Croissant Park will be voting
on a "Neighborhood Master Plan," Saturday,
July 29th. Tarpon River residents plan to vote
October 28th.
The River Oaks proposal cals for Southwest
9th Avenue to be closed at State Road 84 (while
allowing access from the north into Southland


Shopping Center) and closing the southbound
lane only at Davie Boulevard to allow
neighborhood traffic only at Davie.
At Southwest 15th Avenue and 20th Street a
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20th Street which features four boatyards -
will not be interrupted, according to traffic plan
proponents.
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for the impact of their projects on the


neighborhood and required to finance solutions to
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Two public workshops are planned in July to
go over River Oaks' master plan: Saturday, July
22nd, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and Thursday, July
27th from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Westminster
Presbyterian Church, 1100 SW 21st Street. The
church will also serve as the polling site for the
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President's Offshore Taskforce

accepting letters until July 15th


President Bush's Offshore Oil Taskforce has
set a July 15th deadline on written comments
from the public regarding oil leasing and drilling
in sensitive marine areas off southwest Florida
and California.
In early March, President Bush appointed this
Outer Continental Shelf Leasing and
Development Task Force to address offshore oil
issues and concerns. Their report to the President
is due in January, while the official
Congressional moratorium on oil drilling off the
Everglades and Florida Keys expires in
September.
"This means that drilling could start as early


as February 1990 in 73 Southwest Florida
offshore tracts already leased. Unless that is
prevented, scientists agree that a spill from one of
those sites could be transported by the Loop
Current right into the coral reefs of the Middle
Florida Keys" noted Alexander Stone, with
Project Reefkeeper, dedicated to protecting coral
reefs.
Letters to the Taskforce should be sent to
Robert Kallman, OCS Leasing & Development
Taskforce, Department of the Interior, Room
7610, 18th & C Streets NW, Washington, D.C.
20240.


South Florida's oil &


gas leasing chronology


In 1984, the federal government
first offered leases south of 26 degrees
north in the eastern Gulf. The state
objected to leasing in this area.
Congressional appropriations language
allowed leasing to proceed with a
moratorium on exploratory drilling until
three years of environmental studies
being conducted by the Department of the
Interior (DOI) could be completed.
In 1985, the DOI again offered this
area for lease under the state's objection.
The same restrictions on exploratory
drilling were imposed by the DOI.
March 1986 -- Governor Martinez-
first expressed his opposition to leasing
in the area south of 26 degrees north in
comments on the 5-Year Leasing
Program for 1987-1992.
June 1987 -- An independent sci-
entific review of the DOI studies in this
area indicated that while the studies added
to our basic knowledge about the area,
they failed to adequately assess the
potential for impact from oil and gas
activities to the South Florida area.
March 1988 -- After extensive
negotiations, DOI removed approxi-
mately 11.0 million acres surrounding the
Keys from the 5-Year Oil and Gas
Program, 1987-1992.
June 1988 -- DOI removed an
additional 14.0 million acres south of 26
degrees north from the November 1988
sale. Subsequently, Congress imposed a
one-year ban on leasing and drilling in


the area until October 1989.
June 1988 -- Former Secretary
Hodel and Governor Martinez agree to
participate in two state-federal task forces
to address Florida's concerns regarding
oil spill risks and drilling impacts in the
area south of 26 degrees north. Final
reports are expected in June 1989.
November-December 1988 --
Florida, acting under the Coastal Zone
Management Act, found UNOCAL's and
Mobil's plans to drill northwest of the
Dry Tortugas inconsistent with its
approved State Coastal Management
Program.
February-March 1989 -- President
Bush announced intentions to indefinitely
delay further leasing off Southwest
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June 10. The event was sponsored by Ocean
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of the need to protect fragile living coral reefs.
Aside from the usual assortment of cans,
bottles, rope and monofilament, divers
discovered an array of unusual items. Among
them werea Bimini boat top, several knives,
windsurfing board and a gold earring.
Thirteen boats participated in the cleanup and
5 charter captains contributed their proceeds from
the day toward the mooring buoy project of
Ocean Watch. The participating captains were
Walt DeMartini, Bob Good, O. J. Holden, Sam
Rich and Gary Thomas, with donations totalling
$2,700. These permanent mooring buoys have
proven to be successful in the Keys in greatly
reducing anchor damage to living corals.
A fund-raising party for Ocean Watch was
held that night at Tugboat Annie's in Dania.
Numerous dive shops, manufacturers and charter
boats donated prizes to a raffle, which netted over
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Florida's fragile paradise: theme of


upcoming marine educators' conference


by M.S. Alson
The Florida Marine Science Education
Association (FMSEA) will be hosting the 1989
National Marine Educator's Association (NMEA)
Conference at the University of Miami in Coral
Gables, July 24 through 28.
The conference will bring together marine
educators from throughout the nation and around
the world to attend symposiums, workshops, and
field trips addressing the ecological past, present
and future of Florida's Fragile Paradise. Focus
will be on the unique coastal marine habitats and
the environmental concerns of the Florida
peninsula.
Karen M. Blyler, conference co-chairperson,
says that the goals of the association are to make
the public as well as educators more aware of
man's role in the marine environment. "This
conference and its associated special events are
open to anyone, all people interested in the
aquatic world are invited to attend and
participate."

Conference highlights include:
*Address by Jean-Michel Cousteau.
This world famous undersea explorer, film
producer and environmentalist will bring to the
conference participants a universal message: to
protect and preserve the environment through
education. He will be speaking Tuesday:evening,
July 25, at the "A Taste of Calle Ocho" pig roast
and Latin festival on the University of Miami
campus.
*Speakers, symposiums, workshops.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas, journalist,
writer, and one of Florida's biggest crusaders for
the conservation of coastal and inland resources,
especially the Everglades, will be a keynoter
speaker on Wednesday afternoon, July 26.
The Florida Reefs: A National Treasury ih
Jeopardy, will look at the geological and natural
history of reefs including the stresses imposed on
them today. Coastal Zone Management: A South
Florida Perspective, will include expert
presentations on such topics as coastal
development, beach renourishment, mitigation
practices, offshore drilling, coastal pollution, and
their subsequent effect on estuarine habitats.
Florida: A Prognosis for the Coast, will be a
panel discussion led by top marine researchers,
educators, and government policy makers
presenting possible scenarios of the future and
what steps need to be taken now to protect coastal
resources.
Workshops, hands on activities, slide
presentations, commercial and educational
exhibits will also be held throughout the week.

*Marine photo contest
'The Fragile World of Water is the theme for the .
first NMEA Marine Photography Contest.
Judging will be divided into two categories,
above water and underwater. You must be


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*Marine auction/flea market/sea swap
Look for hard to find, interesting momentoes
from around the country at these events. Items
will include maritime art, posters, educational
materials, aquatic accessories, recipes, T-shirts,
slides, and more. The auction/flea market is at
7:00 p.m. Thursday, July 27, and the Sea:Swap,
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Television screens will be filled with sails in
August to get viewers seaworthy for the
September start of the 1989-90 Whitbread Round-
the-World Race.
The last Whitbread Race in 1985-86 will be
documented in the one-hour "In Clipper's Wake"
on the A&E Cable Network on Saturday, August
5 at 8 p.m. and 12 midnight, both Eastern
Daylight Saving time.
The one-hour "World's Greatest Ocean Race"
show, highlighting the third edition of the
prestigious race, will be shown on the Discovery
Channel's popular Search for Adventure series
on Wednesday, August 23 at 2:00 a.m.,
Saturday, August 26 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday,
August 27 at 12 noon, all EDT.
The fifth Whitbread Race, involving some 30
yachts from more than a dozen countries in
pursuit of Beefeater Trophies at the finish of each
of six legs, will begin September 2 from
Southampton, England. The event, held once
every four years since 1973, will include the
U.S. as a destination port for the first time in
early 1990.
The "World's Greatest Ocean Race" features
1981-82 race footage primarily filmed aboard
Ceramco New Zealand, skippered by New
Zealand's Peter Blake; Outward Bound, another
New Zealand entry led by Digby Taylor; and
Cornelius van Rietschoten's Dutch yacht Flyer.
Footage includes Ceramco NZ's crew
repairing a broken mast during the first leg,
Outward Bound sailing through sub-zero
temperatures near Antarctica toward the
Auckland, N.Z. port and Flyer setting a noon-to-
noon record of 327 miles.
Following interviews with numerous
skippers, "In Clipper's Wake" shows the
breathtaking start of the 1985-86 event with aerial
photography giving credence to Admiral Charles
Williams estimate of the presence of up to 10,000
recreational boats from Portsmouth to the
Needles.
Other parts include the Norsk Data crew
adjusting to the conditions and themselves plus
the dramatic finishes in each port including line
victories for UBS Switzerland -in Cape Town and
Atlantic Privateer in Auckland, in the dead of
night.
The U.S. leg -- the fifth of six in the 32,932-
nautical mile event -- will cover 5,475 miles from
Punta del Este, Uruguay to Ft. Lauderdale
beginning March 17, 1990 with all boats
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tabbed as Frank's navigator.
The presence of a British crew of women
sailors indicates there may be a built-in match
race around the world between two all-women
crews Maiden Great Britain versus U.S.
Women's Challenge.
On September 2, 1989, the fifth running of
the Whitbread Race starts from England and
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Daytona to

Bermuda
race results
Racing Spinnakers (PHRF):
1. Alchemy, Tartan 41, Mike Richmond,
Jacksonville; elapsed time -- 6 days, 17 hours, 3
minutes, 3 seconds; corrected time -- 5:16:15:33;
fleet position --2nd.
2. Scirocco, Whitby 45, John Martin, Miami;
6:19:47:47; 5:19:14:52; 5th.
3. Barbaras Song*, C&C 61, Kurt
Hirschfeld, California; 6:09:18:43; 6:02:01:31;
7th.
Cruising Spinnakers:
1. Sugah, Gulfstar 50, Stan Dodson,
Virginia; 7:00:10:51;5:18:02:31; 3rd.
2. Ellen Marie, Orion 50, Fred Wells,
Minnesota; 6:22:03:59;5:21:01:54; 6th.
3. Midnight Sun, Hunt 37; Robert Pierson,
Bradenton; 7:20:05:27;6:02:17:07; 8th.
No Spinnaker Cruising Boats:
1. September Song, Cherubini 44, Howard
Bidwell, Singer Island; 6:01:35:04;5:13:18:49;
Ist.
2. Dione, Bowman 66, Don Shaw, Ormond
Beach; 6:13:19:16;5:18:07:11; 4th.
3. Sesame, Brewer 12.8, George Sackett,
Stuart; 8:07:20:22;6:14:01:12; 11th.
Twenty four sailboats sailed from Daytona
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Florida's International Maritime Festival and
Shipwreck Convention of the Americas" is
scheduled for July 21-30, 1989, in the Florida
Keys, according to R. Duncan Mathewson III,
director of the National Center for Shipwreck
Research, lead sponsor of the event in Key West:
The 10-day cultural and historical event will
celebrate Christopher Columbus' voyage and the
European discovery of the New World. The
festival is expected to take place annually through
1992 which will mark the 500th anniversary of
the discovery;
History buffs, divers, sailors, archaeologists,
teachers, and people of all ages who love being
on and near the sea are expected to converge on
the Florida Keys to participate in events: that range
from festive to academic. One of the highlights of


the festival will be a tall ships flotilla sailing from
Miami along the Florida Keys to Key West.
Also included will be archaeological wreck
dives, rowing competitions, historic and
archaeological "treasure hunts," replica bronze
cannon "shoots", lots of exciting evening
entertainment such as beach parties, seafood and
sea song fests, art shows, museum tours, field
trips, and a four day International Shipwreck
Convention with a trade show. featuring dive
expeditions scuba and marine archaeology
equipment.
For more information on "Florida's
International Maritime Festival and Shipwreck
Convention of the Ameiicas," write #2 Charles
St., Key West, FL 33040, or call (305) 296-
0241.


Undersea world
featured during
maritime festival
FLORIDA KEYS For would-be
adventurers who dream of charting their own
"New World," The.Florida International Maritime
Festival of the Americas offers exploration of the
Keys' rich undersea heritage.
In recognition of Christopher Columbus
unquenchable thirst for discovery, the Florida
Keys' maritime festival kick-off event to the
international celebration of the 500th anniversary
of Columbus' discovery of America will
feature SCUBA and snorkeling excursions
probing the mysteries of the Keys' most scenic
underwater archaeological sites.
Festival organizers anticipate divers from
across the nation will flock to the Keys to
investigate its rare living reef, modem wrecks
and remains of numerous Spanish galleons.
Excursions to underwater attractions
throughout the Keys are scheduled, including the
newly dedicated San Pedro Shipwreck Preserve,
resting site of the 18th Century treasure ship of
the ill-fated New Spanish Fleet. Located in 18
feet of water near Islamorada, the wreck site is
accessible to snorkelers.
All festival diving and snorkeling encounters
will be supervised by certified instructors,
according. to R. Duncan Mathewson. III,
executive director of the maritime festival, with
excursions scheduled for beginners as well as
experienced underwater adventurers.
Accompanying seminars on a wide range of
topics including marine preservation,
underwater exploration and mapping procedures
- will present a timely perspective and historical
background.
In addition, guided museum tours and field
trips to historic locations bring home the
importance of the Keys' nautical tradition on
Florida's development.


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by Bryan Brooks
A 30-inch by 18-inch bronze memorial plaque
was put in place on a shipwreck off Ft.
T.ilmlprtalP thica M<>n[mrnl T~.n. \ .ri i~rtonltotr
-- '.- .- a M ,l f a ltfl V JuICUU UJ UJ t l T U
welders. The plaque was meant for a son by his
father, a father who refused to let his son's
memory die.
Overseeing the welders work on the
shipwreck was the father's close, almost lifelong
friend and associate, advanced diver, Bob
Edmister.
The popular Broward sea mount where the
memorial was placed is the wreck of the Jay
Scutti. The Jay Scutti, a 97-foot tugboat, was
purchased by Jay Scutti's father, Dale Scutti.
Dale Scutti bought the derelict tugboat and gave it
to the county to be sunk for the use of local and
visiting divers. The wreck lies in 80 feet of water
just east of Ireland's Inn, off FL Lauderdale.
Jay Scutti was a scuba diver, who, when in
Ft. Lauderdale, dove the local reefs. Jay was 27
years old when he was killed in a car crash near
his home in Rochester, New York.
The shipwreck has been in place since
September, 1986, when it was sunk as one of the
many artificial reefs put down by the Browardr
County Beach Erosion Control unit, headed by
Steve Somerville.


The Jay Scutti ranks right behind Molly
Wilmot's Mercedes I, as a Ft. Lauderdale dive
attraction for SCUBA divers from all over the
world. Some instructors prefer the Jay Scutti as a
.. _g o uno to e M.erse-'t I, T 'e~.. it is
in a shallower depth, which gives their divers
longer and safer time below.
Another reason the Jay Scutti is preferred is
because instructors can take their fledglings from
one end of the ship to the other, being completely
enclosed, and yet be safe. The wide open engine
room allows wreck diver trainees to reel
themselves on a line from one end to the other, do
a mask off drill, and safely follow the line back to
the open deck, where thousands of coral fish
usually greet them.
Near the wheelhouse of the Jay Scutti, a four-
foot barracuda, named Captain Barry -- a diver's
derivative for barracuda -- usually patrols.
Though large and fearsome looking, with sharp
teeth and a mouth that constantly opens and
closes, the barracuda is harmless. Some
divemasters. even hand feed him, or her, to the
delight of tourist divers.
A large octopus and some friendly moray eels
complete the crew of the sunken tugboat that has
become a bheatifijl coral ref. 2 gift ivupn to
divers by a man who couldn't quite say goodbye
to his son.


Underwater

music fest

July 8
LOOE KEY NATIONAL MARINE
SANCTUARY, Florida Keys -- In an
orchestrated effort aimed at snorkeling and scuba
diving enthusiasts, the scenic coral reefs of the
Florida Keys will come alive with the sounds of
music at the Fifth Annual Underwater Music
Festival Saturday, July 8.
Beginning at 2 p.m., three hours of
commercial-free music, selected by divers to
specifically enhance the underwater experience,
will be broadcast over the colorful seascapes of
Looe Key reef -- located five miles south of Big
Pine Key -- organizers expect to create an
undersea symphony of ethereal proportions.
"When music is broadcast underwater it
seems to envelope you from all directions," said
Bill Becker, coordinator of the event. "Because
sound travels five times faster underwater than it
does in the air, it generates an unforgettable
effect"
Musical styles featured during the broadcast
come from such well-known artists as Jimmy
Buffett, the Beach Boys and Steel Drum Virtuoso
Andy Narell.
"We will be playing music that enhances the
undersea nerience," said Steve Miller, music
director for the event. W' nutting island
music beneath the sea."
Divers participating in the Underwater Music
Festival may charter space aboard boats from a
number of dive operators in the Lower Keys.
Visitors and residents with their own boats can
launch at several ramps in the area.
Water temperatures in July average in the mid-
80's (Fahrenheit) and underwater visibility
(contingent on weather conditions) frequently
exceeds 50 feet.
Another feature of the event will be a live
underwater broadcast by Becker, who will give
listeners reports on reef conditions and public
service announcements on marine preservation.
He will utilize a special underwater microphone
that will carry his words to the surface, to be
transmitted back to the radio station and then
broadcast over the airwaves and back underwater.

Editor's note: For technical information contact
Bill Becker at (305) 872-9100.


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Sunday Monday Tuesday,. Wedne
3 0 41 eThe tide table datu is based en the New eRiver
at the Andrews Avenue Bridge. Bata ca s be
aitsted for other locations by using the "Time
~duistmentts to Tide Table" in Mthe ilw rig ht hand
corner of this calendar. Call 524-945 0 fr more
information
TiME ADJUSTMENT
SHigh
*Exhibit: Sharks!, thru Sept. 4, Discovery *Learn to Swim (children), thru 9/2, erfild Bet h ......... ....... 08 1
Center, Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 779- Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield Beach. Call eeielsboo ilet ................... -1
FINS. 360-1315.
FINS. 360-1315. Bahia Mar........................-20
Rowing, 10 am 2 pm, Holland Park, West Lake, Stress Busters Lap Swim, 5:30-6:30pm, Mon-, Por Fveirglades ....... ....-.45
Hollywood, every Sunday. Fri, thru Oct. 15, Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield. Dania Cut Off ......... ... ... 45
........ DOavie Bridge..... .......... +40
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2 Moon farthest north of Equator 3 New Moon 4 'Island City Canoe Races, 10am-noon, 5 *Bird watching, &8
Efhibit: Sharks!, o1am-5pm (Mo n-Sat) & Stress Busters Evening Swim, 5:30- Colohatchee Park, Middle River, Wilton 'Park. Call 360-132(
noon-Spi (Sun) thru 9/4,223 So. Andrews, 6:30pm (M-F) diru 10/15, Quiet Waters Manors. Call 390-2131 -Palm Beach Co
Fort Laudedale. Call 779-FINS. Park, Deerfield Beach. Call 360-1315. -Fourth on Flagler Regatta, call Palm Meet, North Palm I
Exhibit: Florida Furies (Part 2), th-Music: Warren Caesar & Creole Beach Sailing Club 842-3308. -Jazz: Paris, 7-llpn
105, Discovery Center, Riverwalkrt 2), Fort Zydeco Band, noon-on, Bonton Square, SandBlast sand sculpting contest, 8:30am- Miami.
10/1 Discovery Center RiverRiverwalk, Fort Lauderdale. 10pm, South Beach, Fort Lauderdale. Call *South Florida Divers
-aDerfiedasl. d F P Gulf Stream Sailing Club Board Meeting, 7:30 pm, 761-5813. p.m., Howard Johnso
*Deerfield Island Family Picnic 4th Floor, 303 S.E. 17th St. Ft. Lauderdale. Call .-Music: The Allstars, 6-9pm, North 923-0654.
8:30am-lpm. Call 360-1320. 566-2489. I Beach Park, Hollywood. *Course: Law & 1
*C-Dive, 8:15am, Lloyd State Park, call Boating courses in: Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034, .Island City Recycling Kickoff 6:30-9:30pm, Wedn
So. Fla. SCUBA Divers Club at 989-7539. Hallanfdale 454-9944, Palm Beach Gardens 848- Party. 4-10Dm. Mickel Field. Wilton Oceanoeranhic Cenl
*Riverside Park Civic Association, 4 p.m. 0756; Laks Worth 832-9902, Lighthouse Pt. 946- Manors, call 390-2130. Boating courses in
Riverside Park pavilion, Ft. Lauderdale. 9328, Pompano Beach 782-7277. Dania962-8766. _._. Ge narTie..Cp_ Race LiglhtbiseL&LZ0
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9 10 oon in apogee11 First Quarter Moon 12 Palm Beach Co
*Gulfstream Sailing Club board -Manatee Fantasy, 5-8pm, Club. 110, Meet, Mission Ba
*South Florida SCUBA Divers Club meeting, Tigertail Lake, Dania. 110 SE 6 St., Fort Lauderdale. Call Week of -HMS Cumberla
Picnic, 11am, Six Flags Atlantis, Dania. South Florida SCUBA Diers Club the Ocean462-5573.ort Everglades
Call 973-8580. board meeting, 7:30m, TV45 AGA bld., Palm Beach Sailing Club Meeting, 6:30 pm, North *Jazz: Paris, 7-ll1
*Music: SpyderPembroke & 1-95. Call 989-0486. Palm Beach Country Club. Call 842-3308. ,S.A.I.L Club, 730 p
@ Alexander Park, Fort Lauderdale h Pembroke & 1-95. Call 989-0486. .Gulfstream Sailing Club meeting, 7:30 pm, Room, Ft. Lauderdal
S Bonnet House -summer oenn am -Reggae: Splash, 7-11pm, Bayside, Miami. Lauderdale Isle Yacht Club, call 566-2489. South Florida Flats
1o Tu House summer opening 0dam Marine Sector of Broward's Sheriff's Possee, Hollywood Yacht Club meeting, for time & lywood VFW Hall.Ca
reservation only. 900 N. Birch Rd. & ICW, Ft 7:30 pm, Zeley Hanger, Ft. Lauderdale Executive location call 474-3710. .Broward Shell Clut
Lauderdale. Call 563-5393. Airport. Call 739-7666. -Boating courses In: Hollywood 961-4147, Rec. Center. Call 925
*Model Power Boat Runs, 10 am 4 pm, every American Ex-POW's, 8 pm, D. A. V. Hall #40, Plantation 739-7666, Deerfield 942-9944, Ft. Nature Photography
Sunday, West Lake Park, Hollywood. Call 925- 1515 West Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 943- Lauderdale 462-497, Coral Ridge 963-5246 Miami Beach High Sc
S8377 6873. & Miami Shores 624-4974. 945-7845.
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16 $25,000 Dolphin Tournament,ocheck- 1 Hillsboro Inlet sailing Club board Columbus Commemorative Regatta 19 MPalm Beach Cc
$25,000 Dolphin tournament check- meeting. rendezvous, 9am-2pm, Miami Beach
time 8am @ Port Everglades, weigh-in 4:30- .Hemingway Days. Festival, thru 7/23, Marina -Miami Summer
5:30pm @ Shirttail Charlies, New River, Key West Port Everglades Rowing Club meeting, 7 pm, Miami Beach Conv
Fort Lauderdale Call 463-FISH. Commodore's Club, 11:30 am, Flaming Pit, Nathaniel's New River Tavem, Riverwalk, Ft. Lau- -Hemingway Bil
-Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Summer Pompano Beach. Call 276-7085 (WPB), 781-6649 derdale. Call 761-7640. Party, 5pm, Key A
Series Race #1. ,(Bro.) and 235-6262 (Dade). Marine Industry Association Palm Beach Miami RiverCoordinr
*Cisco Circus, 3-5:30pm, beach @ Sailboat Bend Civic Association meeting, 7:30 River Oaks Civic Association, 7:30 pm, West- 18th Floor, Metrocentel
Alexander Park, FortLauderdale. pm Bethel Church, SW 11 Ave. and 2 St. Call 462- minster Church, 1100 SW 21 St., Ft. Lauderdale. .Theater: Papa by J
SPearl Harbor Survivors Association, 3 5159/ Call 524-8610. Jan McArt's Cabaret
pm,American Legion Hall, Pompano Beach. Call Music: Dixieland, 7:30 11 pm, Bonton Square, Sailing Singles of So. Florida, 6 pm, Nathaniels Leaque of Women V
752-2010. Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. New River Tavern. Call Jay at 491-7803 location call 764-8961.
*Steamship HistoricalSociety, 1:30 pm, for loca- *Coconut Grove USCG Auxiliary meeting, 7:30 CAT-44 club, 7:30 pm, Pierce St. Annex, Pom- C-Gulls Exercises,
tion call 407-533-5114. pm, Cdoonut Grove Sail Clubhouse. Call 44 44 71.. pano Beach Call 755-395T- Grove Sailing Club C
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SFlorida Yacht Charter Association, 7:30 pm, for
Moon in perigee location call 522-4654.
*Gulfstream Sailing Club Ladies Day -National Marine Educators' Florida Marine Aquarium Society meeting, 7:30
Race, 11am, call 463-9151. Association Conference, thru 7/28, pm, Museum of Science, 3280 So. Miami Ave.,
-One-day Senior Swim Meet SC, University of Miami, Coral Gables. Call Miami. Call 666-2226.
Mission Bay, Boca Raton. 360-9953. South Middle River Civic Association, 7 pm,
*Music: Miami UFO Sound, 3-5:30pm, Waterfront Property Owners Assocla- 501 NW 17 St., Ft. Lauderdale.
beach @ Alexanderd Park Fort Laudedale.tion, 7:30 p.m. Nathaniel's New River Tavem, Riv- Boating courses in: Dania call 462-6987, Plan- -Palm Beach Corn
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J u ly "ShoreThing" movie: Rebel Without a
TiO7 TIDE TABLE Cause, 8:30pm, beach across from
0 TIDE TBLE Alexander Park, Fort Lauderdale.
*Seminar: Coast Guard Exams &
les........: 7 course information, 10am-4pm,
...___ .. .. -i Sailorman, 350 E. S.R. 84, Fort Lauderdale.
J. _50 Music: Blind Tigers, 9pm-lam, Bonton
S.................. ............ Square, Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale.
............... ........... 2 *Music: Kinfolk, 8 & 10pm, Poet's, 904
I ...................... E. Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale.
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Moon on Equator
liam, Deerfield Island 6 7 -Mission Bay Invitational Swim U.S. Women's Challengetorund
*Gold Coast Ski Club meeting, Meet, thru 7/9, Boca Raton. Raising Gala, -9pm, 194 Prine George
nty BC Swim 7:30pm, Denny, Federal @ Woolbright, -Underwater Photography Seminar, Raising AGal, 5-9pm, 194 Prince George
each. Boynton Beach. Call 407-272-6677 thru 7/9, Indian River Community College, Street Annapolis, Maryland.301-280-0804.
Bayside Marketplace, -Course: Marine Chemistry, 6:30- Fort Pierce. Call 800-456-2188. *Sunset Gourmet canoe trip, Miami.
j 9:30pm, Thursdays thru 9/15, Nova Marathon Jaycees Shark Call 375-1625.
ScubaClub meeting, 7:30 Oceanographic Center, Dania. Call 920-1909. Tournament, thru 7/9. Call 872-2237. Gulf Stream Sailing Club Sunfish
is, Hollywood Beach. Call Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board, 7 *CoconutGroveSalling Clubmeeting,8pm, call Summer Series #2. Call 987-2652
p.m. City Hall. 444-4571. -P-Dive, 5:30pm, Harbortowne Marina,
he Coastal Zone, I., Boating courses in: Ft. Lauderdale 463-0034, Broward Archaeological Society meeting, 8 Dania. Call So. Fla. SCUBA Divers Club
days thru 9/15, Nova- Lauderdale Isles 462-4497, Pompano Beach pm, Broward Governmental Center, Room 515, 923-0654.
SDania. Call 920-1909 Worth .-9 .. a 48-0756.. Lake ... A LUUIU~I. ore Thing movie: Young
Bca Rato o+-uiwcal, Hollywood *Antique & Classic Boat Society, 8 pm, Lauder- Frankenstein, 8:30pm, beach @
Boca Raton call 391-3600, 961-4147, Plantation 472-7614, Deerfield Beach dale Isles Yacht Club. Call 581-8823. Alexander Park, FortLauderdale.
Iiollywood 922-5043. 479-0946. dale Isles Yacht Club. Call 581-8823. Alexander Park, Fort Lauderdale.
o.l,.ollywood 922-5043. 479-0946.
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*Oakii na irk Lions Dolphin Only Offshore Oil Taskforce letter
unty BC Swim 13 Tournament Kickoff Party, 7pm, 800 14 Miami Summer Boat Show, thru deadline: c/o Robert Kallman, OCS
',Boca Raton. 7/NE 45 St., Oakland Park. Call 564-3300 or 7/19, Miami Beach Convention Center. Leasing & Development Taskforce, Dept of
d, 2-4 h 7 772-3885. .Region IV State Swimming Interior, Room #7610, 18th & C St. NW,
B de Mi*. Boating courses in: Pompano Beach 941- Championships, thru 7/16, Swimming Washington, DC 20240
Bayside, Miami. 5781, South Miami 266-1553. Hall of Fame Pool, Fort Lauderdale. -Dolphin Only Tournament, call 564-
n Galleria Mall Conference *Hillsboro InletSalllng Club, 7:30pm, Boca RatonHa of Fame Pool Fort Lauderdale.Dolphin Only Tournament, ca 564-
:CGall 491-3327. American Legion Hall. Call 395-0472. -Music: Steve Greenberg & Linda 3300 or 772-3885.
Anglers club, 7:30 pm, Hol .Fort Lauderdale Boat Club meeting, 8 pm, 600 Graham, 8:30pm,'Banyan's, 2400 E. Las *Moonlight Gourmet canoe trip,
t565-3374. NE 21 Ct., Wilton Manors. Call 431-7239. Olas, Fort Lauderdale. Miami. Call 375-1625.
,7:30 pm, Pompano Beach International Yachtmen's Association, 7:30 -Music: The Fabulons, 8-10pm, English Shipcrafters scale boat sailing, 11 am, Model
6460.-. pm, Lauderdale Isle Yacht Club. Call 920-3555. park, Middle River, Fort Lauderdale. Boat Basin, C. B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines. Call
Club, 7:30 pm, Rm 203, No. Under Seas Sports Dive Club, 7:30 pm, Natha- -Music: Gold Coast Connection, 6- 966-036 (in Broward) or 283-6919 (Palm Beach).
iool, 1247 NE167 St. Call niels New RiverTavern, Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. ,9pm, North BeachPark, Hollywood. -American Merchant Marine Veterans, 1 pm,.2
W. Dixie Hwy., Dania. Call 925-5869.
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unty BC Swim International Maritime Festival &
Beach. 20 .Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club 21 Shipwreck Convention, thru 7/30, Key 22 Moon on Equator
Boat Show, last day, general meeting 730pm, Bca Ratn West. Call 296-0241. -Barefoot Water Ski Tournament,
ntifon Center nAmerican Legion Hall. -Hemingway Birthday Celebration, 7:30am, thru 7/23, Mills Pond Park, Fort
fish Tournament -Hemingway Billfish Tournament, 9pm, Hemingway Home, 907 Whitehead Lauderdale. Call 407-272-9630.
est. Call 856-8252. 9am, thru 7/22, Key West. St., Key West -River Oaks traffic plan expo, 10am-
ting Committee,5:30pm, FL Lauderdale Boardsallng Association, 7:30 *Music: Maynard Ferguson, thru 7/22, noon, Westminster Church, 1100 SW 21
:Call 856-0206. pm, Riverside Hotel, Riverwalk, call 473-0238. Musicians Exchange, Fort Lauderdale. St., Fort Lauderdale. Call 467-7824.
hn deGroot, thru 7/22, *Womens Yacht Racing Association, 7 pm, -Music: Broward Folk Club open mike, -Gulfstream Sailing Club Sunfish
Theatre, Key West. CoconutGrove Sailing Clubhouse. Call4444-4571. Banyan's, 2400 E. Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale Summer Series #3, call 987-2652.
3ters' meeting, for lime & *Navy League, 7:30 pm, Ughthouse Pt Yacht -Music: Tommy Mercer, 8-10pm, -One-day Senior Swim Meet LC,
Club. Call 785-2216. English Park, Middle River, Fort Lauderdale. Mission Bay, Boca Raton.
7:30-8:30 a.m., Coconut Marine Task Force, 11:30 a.m., Chamber of -Music: The Fabulons, 6-9pm, North *Exhibit: Curators' Choice, thru 9/17, Southern
tl 444-4571 Commerce208 SE 3 Ave Ft I aIrirriale Beach Park, Hollywood. Florida Historical Museum. Call 375-1492.
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27 -River Oaks traffic plan expo, 7- Junior Olympic Swim Meet, thru 29quator
7 8:30pm, Westminster Church, 1100 SW 21 7/30 Mission Bay, Boca RatonMoon farthest north of Equator
St, Fort Lauderdale. Call 467-7824. Music: Sabrena, 8-10pm English Park -Lobster Sport Season, thru 7/30.
C Tarpon River Association, 7:30 pm, Convenant Middle River, Fort Lauderdale. PHillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Summer
Church, S. W. 7th Ave. at 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale. Middle River, Fort Lauderdale.
SPort Everglades Propeller Club meeting, for *Music: The Allstars, 6-9pm, North I Series #2 with raft-up at Lake Boca.
time & location call 782-8825. Beach Park, Hollywood. *Sailorman seminar: Autopilot Clinic,
10am-2pm, 350 E. S.R, 84, Fort
Palm Beach Sailing Club Meeting, Stranahan House Friday Social, 6 8:30 pm, 0auded 350 E. .84 Fort
6:15 pm, No. Palm Beach Country Club. Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 524-4736.
"Shore Thing movie: Planet-of the
FL Lauderdale Boat Club social, 7 p.m.. For lo- .Seaside Stretch'N' Stroll, 8-10 am, every Tues. Apes, 8:30pm, beach @ Alexander Park,ofthe
#y BC Swim cation call 431-7239. & Fri., Birch State Park, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 761- Apes. 8: ea cxan Pa
ty BC Swim Eastern Shores Yacht Club Meeting, 7:30 pm, 5383. FortLauderdale.
ach. Winston Towers Marina. Miami Beach. Call 932-0720. *River Oaks traffic plan vote, 8am-
58meeting, 7:30pm,800 Marine Council meeting, 7:30 am, 147 Miracle Narcotics Anonymous, 8:30 pm, 971 So: 3pm, Westminster Church, 1100 SW 21
inn Reach Cal1942-8500Q Mile Coral Gables. Call 856-0206. Dixie Hwy., Pompano Beach. Call 476-9297. St., Fort Lauderdale.
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16 Waterfront News July 1989 Commerce


Sailing study shows solid market opportunity


CHICAGO A maturing American
population coupled with the strong appeal of
sailing offers a solid market opportunity for the
sailboat industry; this was the overall picture
painted by a recently completed in-depth profile
analysis of the industry's customers, present and
future, unveiled by the National Sailing Industry
Association (NSIA) in June.
Interviews with present owners, "hot
prospects" and potential future prospects, make it
clear that the major attractions that draw people to
sailing are the relaxation it offers, coupled with
the rewarding challenge of sailing, and the
opportunity for those hordes of emerging baby-
boomer families to enjoy a lifetime sport together
- for "bonding" opportunities offered by the
sailing experience.
"I am really encouraged by the results," said
American Sail's David Stanton, chairman of the
NSIA. "It's clear that there is a strong segment of
hot prospects in the market today who plan to
buy within the next two or three years, plus a
healthy number of families who fit the
demographic profile of the prospective purchaser
who, though they presently are not involved
enough in sailing to be lured into buying,
nonetheless consider themselves possible sailboat
In addition to profiling tne "not
prospect" which the study team defined as a
person who was hooked enough on sailing to
take sailing lessons the researchers found a
relatively high passion for sailing remaining even
among those contemplating selling their boats. It
was clear that these people are not leaving sailing
to get into powerboat ownership, but rather
attribute the change to their personal
circumstances lifestyle changes, family
situation changes, financial pressures, for
example. In light of their vestigial passion for
sailing, most will continue to sail with friends
(cited as one of sailing's strong appeals).
Highlights of the findings include:
*Recent boat buyers averaged 42 years of age,
well educated and family people 73% married
with children under 18 at home, well above
national averages.
*Boat buyers are dual earner families with
average annual incomes of $87,000. They feel.
"well off" and not under a lot of financial


pressure as they enjoy their predominantly
suburban, balanced, socially active lifestyle. For
half of them, sailing is a truly favorite activity,
and for the next 25% it is a close favorite to other.
*Sixty-seven percent of the recent buyers
consider themselves intermediate or advanced
level sailors; 13% expert, and 20% novices. They
have been sailing for nine years, compared to
most current owners who have been under sail
for between 15 and 17 years.
*Targeted prospects (TPs) those who called
the NSIA number for sailing school information
- have been sailing only slightly less, the study
shows, with eight years of experience under their
keels.. These people have a slightly different
profile than other segments, as might be
imagined.
*The TPs are younger (average age 38), with the
highest under-30 component of any of the
segments examined, and are above the national
norm for singlehoodd' and live-alones. They, too,


are well educated, but not as affluent ($60,000)
and are the most urban segment (24% are city
dwellers).
*Two out of three Targeted Prospects said they
plan to buy a sailboat within three years. What's
holding them back? In addition to their less
settled state they are concerned about marina and
moorage space, the cost of mooring and
maintenance, and the time to use their boat.
Right now, two-in-five sail at least three times a
month.
*The top reason that sailing is a primary
recreation for the Target Prospects is that it is a
good way to relax from their pressured lives, and
it is personally very fulfilling, fitting their life-
style. In addition, they enjoy the challenges
which sailing presents as opposed to more


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SCommerce Waterfront News July 1989.. 17



Sailing study shows solid market opportunity


passive relaxations. And
activity.


it is'a good family


The study, conducted by the Daniel
Yankelovich Group; was commissioned by the
NSIA to provide qualitative information.on the
sailboat market today who the owners are,
who the "hot prospects" are, -and what share of
the general potential market might-become
prospects. It also sought to determine what it is
about sailing that pulls these people into the sport
and what market bars might exist in their
minds that the industry needs to address.
Six hundred direct interviews were
conducted, half of them with current market
segments such as recent buyers, long-term
owners, and persons with their boats up for sale,
and the other half with market prospects those
who called the NSIA toll-free number for sailing
lessons, and an equal number of people
considered "unsuspecting prospects." This latter
group was defined as families with appropriate
demographics (at least 25 years of age, minimum
household incomes of $50,000, and in the same
market region as current owners/recent buyers).-
"There were no major surprises in the
demographic profiles of the groups," said
NSIA's. George Rounds. "The strong 'boomer'
market is evident, but there are lifestyle changes
toward a stronger family focus and more relaxing
activities that provide opportunities for the sailing
industry to convert more of that huge consumer
group that is moving through the American
markets to sailboat ownership. They are basically
your age-40-plus upscale market.
"It's clear that all segments generally view
sailing as a form of recreation rather than a
sport," Rounds said. "Yet all segments also
acknowledge that sailing has that extra 'plus' of
challenge that makes it so rewarding. for the
participants."
On the other side of the scale, the
unsuspecting prospect that sailor's neighbor
who fits the economic and regional profile but has
not bought his or her first sailing magazine,
approximately 10% are "open to the idea of
sailing as a leisure activity" while the remaining
90% admit that sailing has no appeal for them.
It's not a question of hassle or cost or lack of
knowledge about the sport. That 90% who could
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"This is a clear message to the industry, as I
see it,"-said NSIA Chairman Stanton. "Our
immediate hot prospects are right in front of us
those people who are taking or have taken
sailing lessons, for instance, and it's our job to
convert them'to owners. We also have the
challenge of reaching unsuspecting prospects
who fit our market profile, and inviting them to
try sailing.
"At the same time, the results of the survey
clearly show that people become active in the
sport because of an early introduction to sailing,
either through friends, parents, community


MIAMI -- Two displays of power boats,
motors and complete lines of marine accessories
including fishing and diving gear will be held at
the newly expanded and air-conditioned Stephen
Muss Miami Beach Convention Center in July
and October.
The 11th annual Miami Summer Boat Show,
the largest United States summer showing and
sale of affordable pleasure boats, will run six
days, Friday through Wednesday, July 14-19.
The Third Annual Miami Fall Boat Show is
scheduled for five days, Friday through Tuesday,
October 13-17.
The Miami Summer Boat Show has done so
well that this year in-water displays of larger
pleasure boats 35-55 feet will be shown at the
nearby Sunset Harbour Marina with free shuttle
service between the Convention Center and
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The Fall Show has established a marketing
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sale in the southeast United States of new model
boats and marine recreational products following
the September trade show in Chicago.
"Both shows will be wall-to-wall sellouts
with regard to the number of manufacturers and
dealers exhibiting," said Victor Logan, president

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sailing programs, camps, whatever, and become
prime prospects as they mature. This tells me
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resources into growing a new market.among
youngsters today that will become the market-of
tomorrow."
Results of the survey are being studied more
closely and a comprehensive report will be
published in August. The results will be a key
part of the annual NSIA Annual Meeting to be
held at 8:00 a.m. October 6, at the Annapolis
Hilton Hotel during the Annapolis Sailboat
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Logan added: "We're even more optimistic
than usual about attendance because of the
thoroughly new and expanded, modernized and
air-conditioned facilities at the Stephen Muss
Miami Beach Convention Center which is an
attraction in itself. We expect to set attendance
and sales records."
The Miami Summer Boat Show has become a
supermarket of smaller and medium-size pleasure
boats because July is the end of the model year
and dealers are clearing Out inventories. People
can compare models and features and shop for
the best boat for them.
Many exhibitors will offer attractive packages
of boats, motors and trailers. Many major United
States and foreign brand name boats, motors and
recreational marine products are shown.
Financial institutions and insurance
companies participate in the show, too, making it
possible for a buyer to complete all arrangements
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Pipe dreams


by Janet Groene
"Make $1,000 a week with only a hacksaw,"
say the ads in home workshop magazines,
offering to sell you lessons in making furniture
from plastic pipe.
PVC chairs and chaises are great for mega-
yachts, but even those of us with more modest
boats can use this modern miracle piping in
dozens of ways. Most of the marine accessories
we have were free, made from pipe scraps left
over from home plumbing jobs.
Plastic pipe comes in a dozen diameters from
pencil thin to sewer size and in colors ranging
from beige to black. Chances are you can get all
you need from the scrap pile but, even if you buy
new, it costs only pennies. The cheapest grades
will do for any of these projects:
Rod holders. Choose the diameter you
need (probably about 2" or 2 1/2") and cut to
length. Then heat the pipe by holding one end in
very hot water until it's supple. Force down over
a bottle top (a returnable type glass pop bottle is
about right) to flare the top.
Drill the bottom so you can put a stainless
steel bolt through the diameter, to keep the rod
from falling through. Or, if you want a rod
holder for surf or shore fishing, cut off the
bottom at a sharp angle that will dig easily into
the sand or dirt.
Rod storage. Use lengths of PVC pipe in
the right diameter(s) to hold and protect fishing
rods underway. You might add extra rod storage
under the gunwales, overhead in a wheelhouse,
vertically on the center console, or in any odd
spots around the boat where you have room.
Chart storage. Today's charts are too
costly to abuse with wetting and folding. With
PVC pipe you can make tubes to hold rolled
charts. If you have to mount them in a wet area,
glue on threaded fittings that take threaded plugs.
They're available in home centers.
Bottle stowage. Measure the bottles you
use in your typical bar set-up so youll get pipe in
the right diameters. A 3" thin wall pipe is about
right for 750 ml wine and liquor bottles; 4" pipe
is better for quarts and liters; go larger still for
two-liter and specialty bottles. Then fit them into
a suitable bin or drawer. They may need no
further securing.
Pigeon holes. There are dozens of spots
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this unpleasant piece of equipment in PVC pipe.
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Inexpensive

Guide to Abaco

by Milt Baker
Have you seen the brand new Small Boat
Sailor's Guide to Abaco?
The good news is that it's hot off the press,
very up-to-date, and sells for only $2.50. And at
that price it's a bargain.
Author-publisher Steve Dodge, a historian by
trade and part-time Abacos resident by preference,
has aimed his 28-page booklet at small boat
sailors "power and sail."
It makes a nice companion to the two old
standards: Julius Wilensky's Cruising Guide to
the Abacos and Northern Bahamas (1980
edition, $24.95) and Meredith Fields'
Yachtsman's Guide to the Bahamas ) 1989
edition, $18.95). But it's no substitute.
There's lots of good, solid information about
cruising the Abacos in the new guide but it lacks
much of the detailed information we've come to
expect in first class cruising guides. If your boat
can travel to the Abacos on her own bottom,
you'll want more than this guide offers.
Where the old standards provide dozens of
original sketch charts covering the Abacos, for
example, the new guide provides only fourteen --
with the usual warning that they're not to be used
for navigation.
And they may be serviceable, but Dodge's
sketch charts have little of the elegance of those
drawn by Harry Kline which grace the pages of
the Yachtsman's Guide. Nor do they have the
clarity and detail of those in Wilensky's book on
the Abacos.
In a guide as short as 28 pages, there have to
be compromises, and Dodge's guide is full of
them.
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July 1989 through December 1990, a short
history of Abaco, and the most up-to-date
information on facilities ashore.
What's missing, however, is a coherent
overview of cruising the Abacos, good
organization, and a section on what the first-time
Abacos cruiser can expect.
But, hey, what do you expect in a brand new
guide for two and a half bucks? At that price, the
new guide represents a good investment -- but
only as a supplement to the other guides.
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and DMA chart 26300 ($11.50) for crossing the
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Independence Day.
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high finishes in the eight races. Over 70 boats
competed in the RTIA in 1988.
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Hemingway Days in Key West


KEY WEST, Florida Keys -- From literary
aficionados to high-spirited partygoers, admirers
of Key West's most prestigious citizen, Ernest
Hemingway, will flock to the island for the Ninth
Annual Hemingway Days -- July 17-23 -- a
salute to the legendary life of the literary giant
During the years the Nobel Prize-winning
Ernest Hemingway lived in his house at 907
Whitehead Street, he wrote such classic novels as
"For Whom the Bell Tolls," "A Farewell to
Arms," "Green Hills of Africa," and "The Snows
of Kilimanjaro."
Festival Director Michael Whalton said the
ninth annual Hemingway tribute, which began as
a small local event and grew to attain international
attention, salutes Hemingway's dedication to his
writing and love of the Key West lifestyle.
Headquarters for this year's festival will be at
Ocean Key House in Key West's Old Town
district.
Created for Hemingway scholars and literary
aficionados -- a two-day seminar on
"Hemingway in Key West" features panel
discussions a well as informal gatherings with
Hemingway family members, films and
presentations by noted scholars.
This year's symposium focuses on the
author's relationships with women who
influenced his writings. Dr. James Nagel, author
of a recently published book examining the
relationship between Hemingway and his World
War I nurse, Agnes vonKurowsky, highlights
the discussion with the first public disclosure of
materials from her diary. In addition, Dr. Linda
Wagner-Martin, author of more than 25 books
including "Hemingway & Faulkner:
Inventors/Masters," will discuss Hemingway's
women.
In a rare tribute to the national -- and
worldwide --- popularity enjoyed by
Hemingway's books and persona, the U.S.
Postal Service will issue a commemorative stamp
featuring the author's likeness on Monday, July
17 at a celebration at the Hemingway Home &
Museum.
In recognition of the important role Key West
and its inhabitants played in the development of
Hemingwa'ys writings, the Postal Service has
designated Key West as "first issue" site,
guaranteeing canceled stamps saved from the Key
West debut will be instant collector's items.
More than $2,000 in cash and prizes will be
awarded to winning writers in the festival's
higl-acclaimed Short Story Competition, with
judging coordinated by Seattle-based journalist
Lorian Hemingway.
The deadline for entries of original,
unpublished works of fiction, 2,500 words or
less, is July 10 and there's a $10 entry fee for
each story. A children's writing contest for
youngsters 12 and under accepts fiction and non-
fiction stories up to 1,200 words with no entry
fee.
An annual favorite of sportfishing
enthusiasts, the Hemingway Billfish Tournament,
July 20-22, is.a catch-and-release competition
with thousands of dollars in prize money -
awarded to anglers who share the author's love
of big game fishing in the Gulf Stream.-
The festival also features two other sports
competitions, a five kilometer footrace through
Old Key West on Saturday, July 22, and the
Cayo Hueso Arm Wrestling Championship on
Sunday, July 23.


Each year's festival also brings together a
lighthearted group of Hemingway look-alikes -
bearded, husky men resembling the author in his
mature years who gather for three evenings at
the watering hole frequented by Hemingway,
Sloppy Joe's Bar, where judges decide which
contestant most resembles the famed writer.
Other events include "A Hemingway


Birthday Celebration" at the Hemingway Home
and Museum and a story-telling contest which
gives contestants a chance to spin a yam as
colorfully as Hemingway.
And beginning at noon on Saturday, July 22,
the Hemingway Days Street Festival offers
family entertainment, Keys culinary artistry and a
wide selection of local handicrafts.


Commemorative stamp honors Hemingway


by Andy Newman
KEY WEST, Florida Keys -- In recognition
of Key West's influence on Nobel prize-winning
author Ernest Hemingway, the United States
Postal Service will honor the tiny island as
exclusive site of the first day issue of a
commemorative stamp featuring the author's
likeness.
A highlight of the Ninth Annual Hemingway
Days Festival, at 10 a.m. Monday, July 17, the
Hemingway postal mark will go on sale for the
first time a day before it becomes available across
the country. Set at the Hemingway Home &
Museum, an opening-day commemoration
celebration features scheduled appearances by
postal officials and local Keys dignitaries, with a
special address by Senior Assistant Postmaster
General, David Charters.
Featuring Hemingway's celebrated likeness
on a commemorative stamp is a tribute to the
national -- and worldwide -- popularity the
author's works still enjoy, even now, many years
after his death.
An honor traditionally reserved for the city
best identified with the stamp's subject, Key
West was chosen as the site of "first issue" --
postal lingo meaning where the stamp first is
placed into service -- as Hemingway's home
when he wrote some of his most popular and
critically acclaimed works.
"The United States has a long tradition of
remembering distinguished Americans on its
postage," said Jim Murphy, spokesman for the
U.S. Postal Service in Washington "We
thought the Hemingway Days Festival would be
the appropriate venue to issue a stamp in honor of
this great author and adventurer."
The ninth annual Hemingway tribute, July 17-
23, salutes Hemingway's dedication to his
writing and love of the Key West lifestyle. The
seven-day celebration includes a host of activities
reminiscent of Hemingway's life and times
including a world-famous Hemingway look-alike
contest, a literary seminar, big game fishing
tournament, a writing competition and arts
festival.
People unfamiliar with philately -- stamp
collecting -- might not know that a "first issue"
designation is of great importance to collectors
who will flock to Key West on the appointed day
to pick up a cancelled 25-cent stamp.
Postal officials anticipate the Hemingway
issue will draw tremendous attention from the
estimated 20 million stamp collectors in the U.S.
and millions more worldwide. "Hemingway's
works have been translated across the globe. We
are expecting this stamp to be hit with all kinds
of stamp enthusiasts, from casual collectors to
serious philatelists," Murphy revealed.
In addition to the many collectors expected to
be in Key West just for the July 17 first issue,
Murphy anticipates hundreds of thousands of
philatelists will contact the Key West Post Office


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Dominated by a head-and-shoulders
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artist, the stamp bears a bearded Hemingway
regaled in his signature turtleneck sweater. His
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American heroes. Only a half dozen new stamps
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Service that evaluates tens of thousands of
suggestions.
Hemingway joins a veritable who's who of
American literary giants as part of the Postal
Service's Literary Arts Series, a tribute to such
famous and respected names as John Steinbeck,
William Faulkner and Herman Melville.
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Ski club to perform July 4th


by Craig Lustgarten
Water skiing without skis, known as
"barefooting," has taken a toe hold on the Gold
Coast Ski Club as of late.
Club president Larry Dunn said that the club
is attracting more barefoot water skiers than ever.
As a result, Dunn is looking for a lake in the
South Palm /North Broward area to be utilized
for barefoot tournaments and practices.
The Gold Coast Ski Club will be hosting the
Barefoot Waterski Challenge at Mills Pond Park
in Ft. Lauderdale on July 22 and 23. It's a two-
day event in which skiers from all over the six-
state southern region compete against each other
in three categories -- tricks, wake crossing and
jumping. One of the toughest of the three events
is the wake crossing competition, where skiers
cross the wake of the boat as many times as
possible during two 20-second passes. There will
be several divisions in the Barefoot Challenge,
ranging from novice to top world competitors in
the open division. Winners in each division will
receive trophies and increased ratings which
could qualify them for state, regional, and
national championships.
When asked if barefoot waterskiing is just a
little harsh one one's feet, Dunn responded: "The
skin of one's foot will initially get sore and red,
but over time as you continue to practice it
toughens up and pain becomes less of a
problem."
The Gold Coast Ski Club is one of the area's
most active water ski clubs, and was incorporated
as a non-profit group in 1971. In the early days
of the club, tournaments were held at Delray's
Lake Ida. The club showteam still practices there,
but now there are different sites that are used for
tournaments, including Mills Pond Park, which
is located off Powerline Road between Oakland
Park and Sunrise Boulevards. The club has
exclusive rights to use this park for its three-event
tournaments; and club members may practice on
its lake.
Dunn stated, "In order to hold a tournament
you need to have a controlled site, free from any
general boating traffic to give consistent water
skiing conditions to every competitor. Mills Pond
Park gives us that."
In addition to barefoot tournaments, the club
holds a few three-event tournaments throughout
the year. Three-event tournaments differ from
barefoot competitions in that one or two skis are
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tournaments battle each other in three categories
- slalom, trick skiing and jumping. Perhaps the
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competition, where skiers fly off a ramp at
speeds of close to 70 miles per hour and travel
distances that can surpass 200 feet.
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by the approval of the American Water Ski
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two shows on July 4, one at the city of West
Palm Beach's downtown celebration along
Flagler Drive and then later oh that evening at
Royal Palm Beach's festival.
Larry Dunn is very proud of his club's


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accomplishments in all areas of the sport. As a
result of tournaments the showteam has
participated in over the last three years, the club
has raised over $3,000 for the club's adopted
charity "Kids in Distress."
Dunn, who is serving a fifth term as president
of the Gold Coast Ski Club, related that the club
is open to people of all ages, including singles,
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Membership dues are $35.
For more information on the Gold Coast Ski
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Saltwater fishing license approved


by M.G. Swift
Anglers fishing from boats in Florida's
saltwaters will have to have a license to do so
after January 1, 1990.
Saltwater fishing license revenues will go
towards restocking the state's dwindling marine
fisheries, according to the new tax bill passed in
June by the Florida Legislature. Previously,
saltwater fishing was untaxed.
A saltwater fishing license will cost Florida
residents $12 per year and $30 a year for non-
residents (visitors can also get a seven-day
license for $15). Ocean-going charter fishing
boats will pay annual fees of from $200 to $800,
depending upon their size (anglers on such craft
will not have to buy individual licenses). Special
$2 tags will be required for keeping snook and
lobster in addition to the new license.
Also exempt from the license are anglers
under 16 and over 65, and anyone who fishes
from the shoreline, bank or anything attached to
the shoreline (such as a fishing pier or bridge).


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The female-only, saltwater sportfishing
tournament was held for the benefit of Kids in
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This year's event included 166 registered lady
anglers aboard 99 boats. The tournament is
organized and directed by a committee of seven
business women.
The title "Top Lady Angler" was awarded to
the angler earning the most points for her catch
from nine categories of fish. White and Blue
Marlin earned 100 points, and a maximum of 50
points was awarded for other categories.
Trophies and prizes were awarded for all levels

Kiwanis Club
tournament winners
Boynton Beach
June 10-11, 1989 -
Dolphin
1. Bill Wright, Boca Raton, 30 points;
2. Dennis Theis, Lake Worth, 29 points;
3. E. Switzer, Ocean Ridge, 26 points;
4. Mr. Mathers, Boynton Beach, 26 points.
Bonito
1. Clinton Etheridge, Royal Palm Beach, 38
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2. Mark Collins, Delray Beach, 33 points;
3. Joe DeBrowski, Jupiter, 24 points;
4. Dave Adar ,, Manalapan, 13 points.
Wahoo
1. Pat Barrett, Delray Beach, 44 points;
2. Mark Brisson, Boynton Beach, 5 points;
3. Mr. Risher, Delray Beach, 3 points.


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funds for abused kids
of experience, including "Top Junior Angler."
Men joined the fun as crew members.
Tournament activities were held at the Sands
Harbor Hotel and Marina in Pompano Beach, and
included a Kick-off Party on Friday evening
(June 16) and Weigh-in and Awards Party on
Saturday (June 17).
Winners of this unique tournament were:
*TOP LADY ANGLER Lynn Thorschmidt,
aboard "Star Trek VI," earned 74 points and the
$3,000 grand prize with a Wahoo and Kingfish.
Lynn is from Boca Raton.
SECOND PLACE LADY ANGLER Shelley
Lewis, a Ft. Lauderdale resident, boated a
Bonito, a Kingfish, and two Tuna; for a total of
68 1/2 points. Shelley was aboard the "Frecbie."
*THIRD PLACE LADY ANGLER A
Hollywood, FL resident, Julia Smith, aboard the
"Mak'O'Ver," caught two Bonito, a Kingfish,
and a Tuna to eam 66 points.
*TOP JUNIOR ANGLER Nine-year-old
Stephanie Palat, of Pompano Beach won the Too
Junior Angler title with a 16-pound Dolphin.
.Stephanie was aboard the "Quetzel."
*TOP BOAT The "Mak'O'Ver" won Top Boat
honors. David Smith and his family weighed in
Bonito, Kingfish and Tuna, earning 88 points.
Tournament directors expect proceeds of the
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grand prize will be awarded to the angler catching
the "largest single dolphin by weight," according
to tournament organizers. Proceeds from the
event will go to Lions Club charities.
T A kick-off party will be held 7 p.m.
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Green Turtle

results

Green Turtle Yacht Club, Abaco, Bahamas -
May 17-20, 1989
Billfish Weight Category:
Blue Marlin-Bernie Boniface, Bumpers,
328 pounds. (All others released).
Billfish Release Category:
Blue Marlin-Joyce Sorensen, Badger, 3
released.
White Marlin-Charles Campbell, The
Escape, 2.
Sailfish-Ruby Egozi, Ego-Sea, 1.
High Point Boat-Badger, 300 points (100
ptsJrelease).
.High Point Angler Joyce Sorensen,
Badger, 300 points.
Non-Billfish Category:
Allison Tuna-Victoria Devane, Seyah, 45
pounds.
Wahoo-Jeff Brow, Lor-Dan, 34 pounds.
Dolphin-James Laskey, Matrix, 50 pounds.
Kingfish-Al Gillespy, Remedy, 8 pounds.
Grouper-Karen Santarsiero, Quest, 8
pounds.
Bonefish (Fly) Richard Gaines, Remedy,
4.5 pounds.
Bonefish (Spin) Richard Gaines, Remedy,
6 pounds.
High Point Boat --Second Chance, 22.5
points.
High Point Angler--Rick Brandon,
Gambler, 122 points.


Metropolitan

South Florida

Fishing

Tournament results

Master angler-men, James Eckhart,
Miami; women, Cindy Eckhart, Miami.
Non-resident master angler-men,
Herbert G. Ratner, Jr,. Greensburg, Pa.;
women, W.B.DuVal, Richmond, Va.
Junior master angler-men, Gregory
Earle, Ft. Lauderdale; women, Heidi Mason.
Pee-wee grand champion-men, Ryan
Lodge, Jr.; women, Richelle Knudsen,
Islamorada.
Resident offshore champion-men,
James Eckhart; women, Cindy Eckhart.
Non-resident offshore champ- men,
Mark Allen, Inver Grove Heights, Minn.
Junior offshore champion Gregory
Earle, Fort Lauderdale.
Non-resident Inshore champ Michael
T. Biffel, Downington, Pa.
Junior Inshore champion Gregory
Earle, Fort Lauderdale.
Bass master Jack Zitt, Fort Lauderdale.
Shark master Rick Gunion.
Irv Sosin Award (for best catch in
Biscayne Bay)- Jack Agramonte, 13-pound
snapper.



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Top MET

anglers tagged

Winning catches ranged from a 824-pound
mako shark to a 2-pound 4-ounce fresh water
pickerel in the final standings of the 54th annual
Metropolitan South Florida Fishing Toumament.
The MET, as it is affectionately known, was
fished by thousands of residents and out-of-state
visitors between December 10, 1988 and May 7,
'89. And the final standings represent the heaviest
of 36 eligible species in seven tackle divisions
plus Juniors and Pee Wee anglers.
"Our heaviest entry -- a 824-pound mako
shark -- was caught by a visitor from England.
Another division winner came from West
Germany, which says something about the
widespread popularity of the MET," said
executive director Jim Hardie. "Even a casual
glance at the catches will show the excellent
quality of fishing enjoyed throughout South
Florida."
The all-time MET records, covering more
than half a century, received two new entries.
One was a 60-pound wahoo caught by Herbert
Ratner, Jr. of Greensburg, Pa. He got the fish at
Key West with Captain Robert Trosset. It
surpasses a 54-pound wahoo caught in 1982.
Paul Leader of Miami landed a 36-pound 12-
ounce grouper at Key West for a record in the 8-
Pound Division. Leader's catch replaces a 28/12
caught in'81.
.Dr. Elliot Fox, chairman of the MET Judges
Committee, said his group will meet soon to
decide winners of achievement awards, including
Master Angler. The committee will also pick
someone to honor with the Hyman Trophy for
outstanding service to sport fishing.
MET president Waly Harrison said the
awards dinner will be Tuesday, June 27 at Miami
Rod and Reel Club.
Release awards and citations:will be mailed to
winners during the summer.
The MET is the oldest and largest fishing,
tournament in the U.S.,


Easter Seals
tournament winners
Miami Beach Marina
June 13, 1989
Largest Snapper: Jim Mayhew, 14.4 pounds.
Largest Grouper: Bob Fisher, 31.2 pounds*.
Largest Dolphin: Forest Yaeger, 24.5
pounds.
Largest Sea Trout:. Alex Bergens, 2.2
pounds.
Largest Sea Bass: Raymond Byrd, 7.8
pounds.
*Largest catch overall.
Three-hundred anglers raised $25,000 for
Easter Seals. Each of the above winners received
$1,000 for his prize catch.


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by Tonu Cesarano
The University of Miami's Diabetes Research
Institute is baiting its hooks to lure you into the
3rd Annual "Catch a Cure" Fishing Tournament,
Saturday, August 26 at the Miamarina Bayside
Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Boulevard.
A "Captain's Party" will be held Friday night
for registration and last minute fishing tips and
instructions to anglers. This event is designed to
bring family and friends together for a salt and
fresh water fishing adventure, which features
cash prizes, trophies and post tournament
festivities.
Entry fee is $50 for adults, $25 for children 6
to 14 and senior citizens. Proceeds from the event
will benefit the Diabetes Research Institute. For
additional information or registration forms call
(305) 477-3437 or toll free 1-800-321-3437.


Tournament aids

kidney dialysis fund

The Fifth Annual $25,000 Dolphin
Tournament is planned for Sunday, July 16. This
one-day "fun" fishing tournament will benefit the
North Broward Nephrology Patient Fund -- a
charity that helps people needing kidney dialysis
who would normally be unable to afford it
This"year's entry fee will be $45 until July
1st and $60 after the first until the kick-off party,
which will be held at 5 p.m. July 15th at Shirttail
Charlies Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale.
A special $25,000 prize will be awarded to
the angler who lands an IGFA All-tackle World
Record dolphin (Coryphaena hippurus). There
will be prizes for sailfish, marlin, wahoo and
tuna, along with top lady and junior anglers.
There will be a free keg of beer, hors d'oeuvres
and angler kits at the kick-off party on Saturday.
Check-out time will be from 8:00-8:30 a.m.
out of Port Everglades inlet. All boats must have
visual check-out with the tournament stake boat.
All lines will be in by 3:30 p.m. with the
weighin at Riverfront Marina on the New River
just west of the FEC railroad drawbridge going
from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
A cookout, awards ceremony and fund
raising auction will follow at 5:30 p.m. at
Shirttail Charlies which is on the marina grounds.
For more information call Bill Beatie at 463-
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MARINA SPACE- office, shop & dock Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE
available. Rent 100 to 15,000 sq ft liveaboard welcome. Hot shower, Toi-
SUN POWER DIESEL MARINA, 413 SW 3 let,cable, phone, pool. 523-2156.
Avenue, Ft. Laud. Call .522-4776.


DEEP WATER HOUSE- with 4BR, screened
pool, excellent dock area available.
Annual lease. Call Lynn or Maureen
at Merrill Lynch 946-8700.
WHSE. 40002', fenced/bars. Near Port
& airpt. 2905 SW 2 Ave.Ft L 583-9109
For rent: WATERFRONT HOME 3/2, Pool
Dock, no fxd brdgs. Lauderdale Isles
off New River. $1100 per month.
Call 434-5643.
VICTORIA PARK HOME for rent- 2/2,
carport AC washer dryer. Remodeled.
Must see 816 NE 5 St $850mo764-7145


ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable
rates. Furnished apartments.523-2156
'AS OLAS ISLE- '1 bedroom efficien-
cies, room. Pool, laundry, cable TV,
BBQ, super location. Low rates,
weekly or monthly. Call 525-2223.
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts. & efficiencies. Pool,
BBQ, cable, laundry.
Call 527-0026

SUPER LOCATION: waterfront apts*ef.-
ficiencies.Pool*jacuzzi*cable*close
to shops & beach*laundry. Weekly &
monthly rates. Off Las Olas.463-7067

YACHTMAN SPECIAL- clean studio 1&2
bdrm apt's convenient to Las Olas
Isles. Week/Month/Year. Ph 462-4234>

BANYAN MARINA APTS- 111 Isle of
Venice*elegant furn 1&2 bed apts
pool *dock*cable*maid service*weekly
monthly*seasonal 524-4430

RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light
Locked fence. Secure gorgeous 1-bed
apt. No pets. Dock avail. 587-8451
ISLE OF VENICE- The Windward-
Furn. eff., studios & 1&2 bdrm apts
w/pool, BBQ, laundry,cable. 462-5515

LHP EFFICIENCY & DEEPWATER DOCK-
pool, $550/mo inc util. 946-3196.
APTS*EFFS*LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE
Hendricks Isle waterfront apts for
rent*Util incl in rent*Plenty park-
ing*Laundry. 525-3005 or 473-9717
fSLE OF-VENICE Bali Hai Resort-
1-bed apts $519, Effs from $329 long
term*pool*putting green *BBQ*chickee
huts*nicely landscaped*well main-
tained*cable & Laundry avl 463-6300
LUXUR HOTEL or APARTMENT- weekly,
monthly. Best rates in town. 2 mile
from Oakland Park Blvd & A1A.
563-5892

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YACHT DOCKAGE & MAINTENANCE SERVICE
ideal for absentee owners. 587-8984
ECONOMICAL MARINA- live-aboards
from $250/mo. Showers, laundry,
restaurant. DRY STORAGE for small
boats from $50/mo. Call 584-2500.
79 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater, elec/
water/phone/BBQ/shower/TV. 763-1695
SANDPIPER RESORT 91 Isle of Venice-
dockage to 50', Live-aboards welcome
Water/elecpool,BBQ,laundry,cable.
Call 527-0026.
111 ISLE OF VENICE*305-524-4430.
Deepwater dockage up to 51'. Cable,
110-220v*Pool*Phone*Security.
NEW RIVER- up to 50', water/elec.
no Ivbd. Evenings 584-8419.
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light
Locked fence. Lovely spot. No live-
aboards. Also 1/1 apt. 587-8451.
ISLE OF VENICE- The Windward-
elec/water, shower, laundry, pool,
BBQ. Call 462-5515.
EXCELLENT DOCKAGE 4 blocks to Port
Everglades, 70' max, no fxd 'brdg.
Deep-wide canal, 220/water, monthly
or yearly, call 523-8179.
ISLE OF VENICE- BEAU RIVAGE MARINA:
yearly & seasonal- nice 1-bedrooms,
eff's. Dockage (9' draft), pool, se-
curity, BBQ, laundry,cable.467-3512
N FORK NEW RIVER- 45', 5' draft,
$150, H20/Elec. No Ivbd 467-7081eve
OFF RIVERLAND Dr- up to 50'. Water-
Elec. No Ivbd. Days 522-4776 Brad.
LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE- phone*Cable*
TV avail*Deepwater* 2-car Parking*
Laundry*East side of Hendricks Isle
Call 525-3005 or 473-0769.
FT LAUDERDALE- deep water, no brdgs
2/2, livingroom, den, appliances,
dock. Call 201-290-0400.
LIVEABOARD or STORAGE- pool 791-4043
ON NEW RIVER- no fxd brdgs. Water &
Elec incld. Cable & phone available
Pool privileges. Call Riverside
Hotel 467-0671.
DEEPWATER dock for 33' sailboat-
near SE 17th St. No Ivbd. Water/elec
$200/mo. Call 923-1013.
SUPER LOCATION: live-aboard, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Off Las
Olas: 208 Hendricks Isle 463-7067

SECURE & HURRICANE SAFE DOCK- secur-
ity light, to 48'. Anytime 792-7737
DOCK SPACE FOR RENT- up to 35'. No
fixed bridges, minutes to Hillsboro
Inlet. $150/mo. Call 946-1896.
KEYSTONE PT.N.Miami to 40' no brdgs
criss-cross canal, wtr/elec 895-0620
IN-AND-OUT STORAGE in our new, fully
enclosed building. Fire & security
protection. Only facility in area to
handle express cruisers in high &
dry storage. (32'San Tropez, 10 meter
Trojan, etc.) to 40' long. Less $$$
than you would expect! Example: 26'
boat only $127 per month. Call for
special rates. Jackson Marina.
792-4900


LAS OLAS ISLE dock- elec/HO0, no fxd
bridge, no Ivbd, $250/mo.522-7795ev
LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE- phone*cable*
tv avail*deepwater*2-car parking*
-laundry. East side of Hendricks Is.
525-3005 or 473-0769.
CIRO VILLA 12 Isle of Venice to 45'
Docks have everything plus after-
noon shade. Call 463-4900 10am-4pm.

CORAL RIDGE- 50' motor yacht.
Permanent. No Liveaboard. 563-1734.
DANIA- DEEP H20 65 dock 925-3121w/e

HENDRICKS ISLE- 50' dock, H,0/Elec.
Security. $225 no Ivbd $350 Ivbd.
Days 792-8350.
POMPANO- to 39', quality location,
deep water, wide canal. 783-0008-
DEEPWATER DOCK 10' draft 70' sail
only near Pier 66 no Ivbd 462-7406
LAUD' ISLE- ocean access. 791-5323.
OFF RIVERLAND on New River--deepwtr,
no lvbd, wtr/elec avail. Also furn.
cottage for rent. Call 791-1509.
DOCK AVAILABLE for storage only-
near Oakland Park Blvd. 564-1251.






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WANT TUO RENT: SMALL HOUSE, guest
house, apt, liveaboard, ect w/water
access & dockage for 25' boat. Pre-
fer N.Hlyd, Dania, S.Ft.L., New Rvr
$500 range, Refs, single, yrly. Non
smoker, no pets. Brian 920-5100 day
DOCK WANTED for 58' Hatteras.
Prefer (2) 50 amp 220 elec. Limited
liveaboard. Call 764-1218.

SITUATION WANTED:
LICENSED CAPT- clean*sober*reliable.
Gainfully employed. LOOKING FOR
BOAT TO BOAT-SIT. Bob Bradv 565-5507







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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
McCLOSKY BOAT-KOTE VARNISH-
$12.50/quart, $33.75/gallon
Free sandpaper w/ Boat-Kote purchase
(5 sheets/qu, 20/gal., any grit)
JOE's AUTO MARINE SUPPLY 527-9200
801 Progresso Dr., Ft. Lauderdale.
BEAUTIFUL NEW SPA- earthtone color.
Complete w/turbo jets. New Warranty
Call 421-6920.
SAILS- buy, sell & trade. New & Used
1000 in stock luffs 9' to 62'.
New Mains 10'x6'2"- $35
New Jibs 41'2"x14' 7 oz.- $600
ATLANTIC SAIL TRADERS
4130 N. Washington, Sarasota, Fla.
813-351-6023 tues-sat.
CAPTAIN'S CHAIR- never used. Pd $90
Offer $50. BEACH SEAT- never used,
$100. Call 462-8784 after 5.
SPECIAL MARINE GARAGE SALE-
Primary wires, wire, terminals, cop-
per terminals, water pumps, marine
heads, new and rebuilt. Misc.
Call RAZ MARINE 525-5513.
ATTENTION- GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHIC-
LES from $100. Fords, Mercedes,
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers
Guide. 1-602-838-8885 Ext. A 9121.
HI-LO COCKTAIL TABLE- custom, $350.
Call 462-7406.
RYBOVICH OUTRIGGERS- 1 spreader.
Call Dick 305-764-7736 (Iv message)


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8? DINGHY- good condition, complete
with oars. $295. Call 463-2796.
New ACHILLES Sport model- SPD-2FL.
Good buy. Call Richard 522-3058.
9' ZODIAC- needs work $225 462-7406


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PERKINS 4107 BOBTAIL- runs good as
is.$995. Repower Systems. 925-6302.
Diesel Tech 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud.

MARINE ENGINES
Rebuilt with 30-day warranty
Short blocks, long blocks.
Many in stock. Delivery available.
Engines Plus, Inc. 305-922-5740.
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Call 522-4775 (Jay)


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other alternate energy devices.
Everfair Enterprises 10131 NW 46 St
Sunrise, FL 33351 or call 572-4592.
Inverters TRACE 2000 watt $1090
distributor Rich Beers Marine
Call 764-6192.
ONAN*WESTERBEKE*KOHLER*NORTHERN LIGHTS
new &.used. 3 to 50kw. Trade-ins are
welcomed. Sunpower Diesel.
Call 522-4775 (Jay)

UNIVERSAL 5KW DIESEL GENERATORS-
new $3795. Call for details. Instal-
lation available.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 925-6302
WESTERBEKE (new model) 5kw diesel-
smallest & lightest available.
Call for pricing information.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 925-6302
TWO 1988 454 fw-cooled with
3:1 gears zero hrs NEW $16K sell
for $12,000. Call Gary 563-9445
KO.LER*ONAN*WESTERBEKE
Dockside service & installation.
Also portable generators. 24-hour
emergency road service.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724.


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13' BOSTON WHALER
1987 Super Sport 40HP Johnson oil-
injected motor. Fully equip only
35 hours since new. Call 922-9590.


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12-FOOT WOOD PENGUIN- 1947 restored.
Trailer included. For sale/trade.
Call 462-0049.
DYER DINK- blue & white centerboard
type sailboat w/teak chokes 764-2937

42' TRI- glass over wood aft cabin
VHF Honda generator, very big boat.
Comfortable liveaboard. Must sell.
Will trade. Try $10,000. Moored in
North Miami Beach. Call 944-6354.


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MATE NAVIGATOR SAILMAKER for
deliveries & offshore passages,
celstial navigation, loft quality
'sail repairs underway,.provisioning
for passages and cooking.
Call Kim Sanders 305-764-8191.
WILL DELIVER sail/power for expenses
only! 100-ton USCG Capt & wife/mate.
Thru June. 305-856-3891.
USCG CAPTAIN FOR HIRE- deliveries,
charters. Sail or power.
Capt. Zarcone. Call 305-462-0049
(beeper upon request)
YACHT CAPTAIN- 100-ton lic. Power &
sail, all areas, charters, deliver-
ies or permanent position. Excellent
refs. Capt Ed Wiser 305-977-3934.


MARINE SURVEYOR &CONSULTANT-
Pre-purchase & Insurance, Sail &
power. Wm. Seager. Tel 791-8628.
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe at 792-6092.
MARINE SURVEYOR & Consultant-
Capt. Boyd Hildebrand 925-4214 Ft.L.
MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT-
All type vessels, insurance & buyers
David Price 305-463-6946.
DIESEL ENGINE SURVEY, oil analysis
troubleshoot & repair. Power/Sail
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 #1 Service
DAVID WILLIAMS, AMS. 305-755-2891
All vessels damage/insurance/buyers
MARK RHODES MARINE SURVEYOR-
buyers, insurance and evaluation.
Power and sail. Call 946-6779


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


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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
PILINGS RESTORED- wood or concrete,
any condition. 10-year guarantee.
For brochure & free estimate call
Our 30th year!' 'anytime 525-7411
STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar.Serv.Inc. 305-665-5348
All types & makes. Lic. & Insured.
BOAT LETTERING by Carol- standard'&
custom, gold leaf. Reasonable rates.
Free estimate call,764-2229/528-0877


FUEL TANK CLEANING at your dock.
FLORIDA TANK & FUEL SERVICE.
Prompt service. No mess. 963-1775.


YACHT REFINISHING- Why pay yard
prices? Quality work at'reasonable
rates. Varnishing, painting, teak.
Detailing Mntc etc. 772-0323
DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
LETTERING: yachts & access. Custom
.work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 523-9592, Service: 749-7446
ATLANTIC MOBILE MARINE REPAIR.
Gas, diesel.& electrical repair.
24 hr dock service call 565-4252
FINE POLYURETHANE REFINISHING
of trailerable boats up to 35', controlled
environment with spray booth.
Yacht Ten, Inc. 764-8470.
Complete RIGGING .at your dock.
Competitive prices, quality service
Ask for Ted. 587-8500.
SHIP-SHORE specializing in boat
INTERIORS: cushions, curtains, can-
vas repair. Call Chris 785-9338.
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DOCKSIDE SHIATSU- soothe and relax
sore & tired muscles. Energize.
Reduce stress. State lic. prof. will
apply Shiatsu and/or Swedish-
massage at your dock, yacht or home.
$45 per one hour session MA7962.
Call 525-6648.
MARINE ELECTRICIAN- 18 yrs in indus-
try. $25.50/hr. Call 764-0636.
PROTECT YOUR BOAT FROM THEFT- regi-
ster with BoatFinders. Comtact Ron
at 561-3589 for more information.
KORZUN YACHT SERVICE- brightwork,
professional cleaning, Int/Ext,
provisioning. Roseanne 973-1340.


WELDING- dockside service.
Custom design fabrication.
All metals. Tuna tower specialist.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call M.S.C. Engineering 961-6324.
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.
1530-C No Fed Hwy Pompano (next to
Blue Lagoon) 782-2267 800-537-SIGN
COMPLETE YACHT REPAIR & CARE SERVICE
featuring decks, teak-work, varnish
fibreglass/gel-coat, prep/painting,
detailing, cleaning & caring hourly
rates/estimates--Riccardo, 485-6451
PROFESSIONAL YACHT MAINTENANCE & a
personal touch. Yacht Tenders.
Call 921-1165.


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TECHNICOLD Refrigeration & air con-
ditioning. Rich Beers Marine. Sales,
service, parts. All makes. 764-6192


AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERATION &
generators. Call Generator Plus
429-8724
AIR CONDITIONING & GENERATOR pack-
ages available. Call for our
competitive prices.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 925-6302

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-IT-YOURSELF, we sell what you
need w/ free advice. MEETING YOUR
COOLING NEEDS SINCE 1977. Call
Custom Refrigeration at 527-0540.


CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repair
Mobile truck will perform work at
your site. Call 781-1970.
MARINE UPHOLSTERY-CUSTOM CANVAS
Excellent work. On time del.563-5763


CANVAS WORK. REPAIR. ALTERATIONS.
Pick-up & deliver.Reasonable rates.
Estimates. Call 524-9497.


ATLANTIC MARINE CANVAS- 943-5541
Prompt quality workmanship.


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GLENN's BOAT CLEANING SERVICE-
custom wash & wax, teak cleaning &
oiling, varnishing. Weekly & bi-
monthly service. Call 305-781-6861.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES-
boats offices houses
Also prep & varnish work
Call Kathleen 462-0832
SCOTT'S TOTAL BOAT CARE, Inc. for
quality cleaning & maintenance.
Free maintenance call 925-718.2.
ACE DETAILING
Washing Waxing Interior Cleaning
Monthly & bi-monthly service.
Fiberglass & teak restoration.
Specializing in Teflon Sealant
Perma Teak & varnishing.
Free estimate 987-0058 or 921-4428
KAIWAHINE YACHT DETAILING- interior
& exterior cleaning. Wkly or monthly
Patricia Atkinson home 475-2125 or
beeper 528-0379.
ACE DETAILING
Washing Waxing InteriorCleaning
Monthly & bi-monthly service.
Fiberglass & teak restoration.
Specializing in Teflon Sealant &
Perma Teak. Free estimate. 921-4428

ABC'Inc. beats them all.
Full svc wax, detailing & Teflon
specialists. Weekly-monthly
2 mobile crews. Guaranteed....
Call now. Fee Estimate 522-0750.


UNDERWATER VIDEO CREATIONS
Star in your own dive video. Let
our pros tape you. Quality video at
affordable prices. Inspections with
surface monitoring. 753-9737


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


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

BOB NAIDUS FIBERGLASS REPAIR
535 NW 1st Ave Ft Ldl 728-9895









SAVE MONEY- carry-in repairs on most'
marine electronic equipment. F.C.C.
licensed. Serving Fort Lauderdale
since 1955. Dick Ross. New address:
.105 SW-15 St 33315. Call 764-4470.


Wlood&Woodlworking


MICHAEL's MARINE SERVICE offers
custom woodworking, milling & yacht
.maintenance to the waterfront
community. 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

FOR WOOD*hatch*mast*spreaders*rails
cabinets*veneer*mica*repairs. Wood
boats repaired. Call The Olde Car-
penter 587-0677.
SPECIALTY FINISHING- Woodgraining,
Pickling & Colour-Matching.
Call Patti Sehi 524-0783.
ANCIENT DOLPHIN MARINE-
Marine carpentry and carving
traditional and custom finishing
antique and veneer repairs.
20 years in yachting. 764-2937
C.HAMPTON CABINETS & MILLWORKS-
wood or mica. Custom kitchens, baths,
wall units, office furniture, ect.
Commercial, residential & marine.
Licensed & insured. 112 SW 12 St.,
Ft. Lauderdale. Call 527-1201.


REAL ESTATE NOTICE


Buying Or Selling Real Estate In The L
Yachting Capitol Of The World?

CALL A FELLOW BOATER, WHO
UNDERSTANDS YOUR NEEDS

PETER MALONEY,
Realtor/Associate

SOUTHPORT REALTY INC.
1554 Cordova Road
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316-


Residence
Office


SSCA


305-467-1472
305-525-6488

USCG. LIC.


POMPANO CONDO/homes with dockage:
*2/2 $69,000. Up to 40' @ $1/foot;
*2/2 $159,000. to 38' plus pvt bch;
*1 or 2 B/R $75-150K. Dock to 80'.
*3/2 $250,000. Pool plus 75' seawall.
Don Ingram Realtor 943-8601
WATERFRONT OCEAN ACCESS HOMES FOR
SMALL BOATS- from $125,000.
Deepwater, no fxd brdgs from $225K;
Call Joe or Skip Cassio, ACV Realty
491-8889, evenings 721-4984/733-5190
WATERFRONT POOL HOME- 3BR/2Bath
plus den. Ceramic tile floors, new
kitchen appliances & washer/dryer,
screened pool, dock & seawall. De-
signer carpet, wallpaper & window
treatments.-Full security system.
On cul-de-sac. $116,900. Larry
Wechter, ERA ACV Realty 779-0698 or
491-8889.
SPECTACULAR VIEW- 3 bed. Central.
air. Deck. Lg hot tub. Dock. Ocean
access. Chickee hut. $159,000. Call
Judy, P.A. Lethbridge. 587-7700.
FREE BOAT DOCK- Isle of Venice, 1BR
apt, financing avail., below market
$59,000
ESTATE SALE NOTICE-
Beach redevelopment, excellent- in-
vestment. ICW,& ocean view. 1BR apt,
security, pool. $69,000.
Also 2 BEDROOM, 1st floor. Walk to
beach. Asking $58,000. Estate sale,
must be sold.
FOR INFO call Diane M. Sawchuk,
broker-slsmn. Merrill Lynch
764-0769 or 771-2600.
ATTENTION- GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1
(U-repair). Delinquent tax property.
Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8885
Extention GH 9121.
PURCHASE OR LEASE/OPTION
Lovely 2 bed townhome, garage prvt
sun-bathing deck. Atrium, only 4yrs
old. Sliding glass doors open to
patio & your own dock! Just minutes
to Intracoastal. 42' deeded dock,
no fixed bridges. Luxury living at
an affordable price. Offered at
$173,000. Call Jeanne Nemeth, agent,
ERA. 785-3060 or 491-8889.


Tropic Realty Group Inc.
2201 East Atlantic Blvd.
Pompano Beach, FL 33062


"For All Your
Real Estate Needs"
942-5488
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WATERFRONT SPECIALISTS
Annette Opferkuch Barry Covard
Realtor/Associate Realtor/Associate
(305) 946-5260 (305) 772-0828
Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

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For the yachtsman- IBR APT FOR SALE!
Deepwater dockage avail.; quiet com-
plex near Sunrise ICW Bridge; pool
only $58,000; Poss. owner financing.
Kip Alexander, Realtor-Ft Laud Real
Estate, 527-5111 or 522-0678. Walk
to beach & Galleria Mall.
HAVE YACHT WILL TRAVEL
We have the perfect deepwater home
for you. From Ft Laud (The Venice
of America) to Boca Raton. Prices
ranging from the $200,000's on up.
Call the-Waterfront Girls- Bonnie &
Rosemary at Cumming & Cohen R.E.Inc.
493-9449 or eves 491-8535/462-1742.

RIO NUEVO 1200 SW 12 STREET
2BR condos, some.furnished, covered.
parking, dock space. $36,000-$76K.
Call 523-8182 Lillian Williams or
523-1464.

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NEW 'RIVER Point Lot 3 bedrooms/3 bath, pool
home. Directly on New River watch the yachts of
the world pass by. Approx. 210' of waterfront -
excellent dockage. Reduced-$495,000.
SAILBOATER'S DELIGHT! JUST LISTED- Very
tastefully updated 2 bdrm, 2 bath deepwater home
with new carpet, tile, kitchen, central A/C, beamed
cathedral ceilings, Fla. room, spa & garage!!
Hurry-Only $153,000!!
STARLIGHT LANDING-Approx. 212' of waterfront,
directly on so. fork of New River. Very wooded,
approx. 3/4 acre lot with an old Florida 3/2 home just
listed $299,500.
JUST USTED-BOATER'S DREAM 3 bdrm, 2 bath
deepwater home has screened room with new,
beautiful jacuzzi overlooking the waterway.
$225,000. 25' Bertram S/F at the dock also available
could be bought as a package.
OCEAN ACCESS Dania Cut-off Canal. 3/3 home on
large 75' x 300' lot Multi-Family zoning. Could build
income producing units. GREAT BUY-ONLY
$131,0001
CITRUS ISLES 3 bedroom 2 bath extensively
remodeled New french doors, kitchen, decking,
canopies, etc. 75' on deepest & widest canal in area
Motivated-Reduced $230,000.
JUST USTED-CITRUS ISLES-Updated 2 bdrm with
central A/C, new windows, expanded livingroom,
wood decking, jacuzzi, and new Fla. room. Best
Price in Citrus Isles-$169.900!
CITRUS- ISLES Deepwater completely upgraded 3
bedroom, 2 bath with large master bedroom and
bath. Central A/C. New kitchen. Decking. $199,500.
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 available). 1 and 2
bdrms available from $57,900 to $119,900. Several
very motivated sellers. River Reach rentals also
available.

MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyers!"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(305) 462-1770
Uvlng and Working on the New River


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The Difference.


Legendary River Bend
Marina, on the South Fork
of the New River, is
undergoing some major
changes.

New ownership is
transforming River Bend
into a true working yard in
the classic sense of the
word... where skilled
craftsmen maintain the
highest standards of quality
at competitive prices.


Services
0 Hauling to 70 tons
* Awl-Grip Painting
Specialists
* Expert Brush Painters and
Varnishers
* Full Rigging Services
* Custom Spars and Spar
Repair
* Mechanical, Electrical and
Piping Repair and Service
* Custom Carpentry
* Free Local Vessel Pickup and Delivery
with work order over $1000.
* Custom Wooden Spar
Fabrication and Repair
* Full Fiberglass Repair
and Reconditioning
* Metal Fabrication including
Stainless Steel, Aluminum,
MIG and TIG Welding
* On-Site Sandblasting
* Long-Term Storage
Wet and Dry
* Transient Wet Dockage
* Parts, Supplies, Hardware
* New Boat Commissioning
Including Electronics
* On-site Brokerage Services


Power or Sail: Under 40' 40-59' Over 59'
Bottom Coat $7.50/ft. $8.50/ft. $9.50/ft.
Micron CSC 12.00/ft. 13.00/ft. 14.00/ft.
Seahawk Cukote 11.50/ft. 12.50/ft. 13.50/ft.
Trinidad 11.00/ft. 12.00/ft. 13.00/ft.
Unipoxy 9.50/ft. 10.50/ft. 11.50/ft.
Vinylux 9.00/ft. 10.00/ft. 11.00/ft.
Offer good through August 31st, 1989.
Prices include haul-out, pressure cleaning and paint.
Scraping is not included.


Ask for Hans Oxen, Our New
General Manager, with over 40
years experience in the marine
industry.



SRiver Bend Marina
1515 South West 20th Street,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
305/523-1832
On the South Fork of the New River
between Davie Blvd. and 1-95


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