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Title: Waterfront news
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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1989
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Fort Lauderdale
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    Main: Cruising
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    Main: News
        Page 3
    Main: Letters
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Main: Commerce
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Main: Power Boats
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Main: Diving
        Page 10
    Main: Heritage
        Page 11
    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Main: Sailing
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Main: The Main Brace
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Main: Broward News
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Main: Classifieds
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Columbus Day

Regatta ready


Plans are set for the 36th annual Columbus
Day Cruising Regatta, one of the largest regattas
in the entire U.S.A. The 1989 event will take
place Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8, on
Miami's Biscayne Bay. Alternate dates, October
14 and 15, have been established in the event of a
hurricane or unbearable weather. Notice of
cancellation on race day, October 7, would be on
NOAA weather radio.
The entry fee for the Columbus Day Regatta
is $35 per boat through September 23. From then
until September 30, the entry fee is $55. The
absolute deadline for entries is 1900 hours (7
p.m.), Sunday, September 30. This year's fee
includes a donation to the National Park Service
in lieu of a fee. Entry forms, included in Regatta
programs, are available at most marine stores,
marinas and sailmakers in Dade, Broward and
South Palm Beach Counties.
The Columbus Day Regatta is a family event,
fun for yachtsmen of all ages. The Regatta has
grown so in popularity that for the-past 5 years,
it's been necessary to limit the fleet to 650 boats.
There are 21 different classes, from Americas
Cup-sized yachts' to 1-footers, including
.cruising/pleasure yachts.
In addition to the racing boats, more than
2500 spectator boats gather to enjoy this colorful
event. This year, boat tours to Elliott Key will be
run by Biscayne National Park Boat Tours on
their new 52' glass bottom boat. Trips are
currently planned for 9 a.m. to noon, 1 p.m. to 4
p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, October
7. For information and reservations, call Captain
Ed at 305/247-2400.


On Saturday the race is from Miami, at
Coconut-Grove, south approximately 10 miles to
Elliott Key. Sunday's race is from Elliott Key
back to Miami.
The anchorage at Elliott Key will be about 3/4
of a mile wide and 4 miles long, starting at Boca
Chica Key, running parallel to Sands Key and
Elliott Key, ending at the entrance of National
Park Channel. There will be about a 3/4-mile
open area at Sands Cut dividing the anchorage
area into two parts.
This entire area will be an enforced "no
wake" zone. Once again, emphasis is placed on a
ban of high-speed water sports, i.e. jet skis or
water skiing. And, no flares are permitted. The
committee is strictly enforcing a no water balloon
policy for all vessels during the weekend. The
balloons pose a serious threat to sea turtles and
some dolphin. These rules will be enforced by 18
to 20 National Park Service and Florida Marine
Patrol boats. Violations would result in
disqualification of racing vessels and any future
race entry would be disallowed.
In addition to the Committee, there will be
two paramedics and a designated salvage vessel


continued on page two


/ The 36th annual Columbus Day
Regatta is planned for October in
Biscayne Bay. Teri Cheney's illustration
of the great sailor's patron Queen Isabela
of Spain graces this month's front page
along with a cover story on the nation's
biggest sailing event.

Speaking of Christopher
Columbus, scholars will gather for two
conferences focusing on the captain in
Fort Lauderdale. Discover more
on ........ ..... ........ ...... page 11

Tristan Jones will be the guest of
the Palm Beach Sailing Club this month.
Read more on................... page 3

And sailing author Jimmy Cornell
will be holding a seminar in Fort
Lauderdale. Turn to page.....page 15

Arriving a little early this year is the
30th edition of the Fort Lauderdale
International Boat Show at Bahia
Mar, October 26 30. Find... page 6

Port Everglades and its surrounding
communities will be saying thank you to
sailors in uniform with Navy
Appreciation Week in October. For
more information check....... page .16

Hydroplane races again come to
the ICW just north of Las Olas this year
with the International Outboard Grand
Prix. Zip over to............... page 8

American hopes for an entry in the
Whitbread Round the World Race
were dashed, but the race goes on. Thed
latest fleet standings on........ page 14


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continued from page one
Columbus Day Regatta
to respond to any emergencies. The salvage
service, Atlantis Marine, will monitor Channel
#16.
The finish line will again be patrolled by the
Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary to keep
the flow of boats smooth. The channel across
Featherbed Banks will be limited to one way
traffic south on Saturday and one way north on
Sunday during peak race hours.
The Committee requests that all captains
familiarize themselves with the special racing
instructions contained in the program. Every
effort is being made to ensure the Columbus Day
Regatta is a safe and fun-filled weekend.
Trophy presentations will be held one week
after the Regatta at a festive party on Saturday,
October 14 at the Coral Reef Yacht Club (or
October 21 if the race is delayed).
The Columbus Day organization is a non-
profit group with the Regatta Committee
comprised of 5 members and their spouses. The
committee raises money by selling T-shirts and
program ads to keep the entry fee low. Monies
collected go toward trophies, flags, medallions,
printing, the National Park Service donation and
Race Committee operating expenses.
For additional Columbus Day Regatta entry
information, in Dade County call HarrySusskind
at 305/596-6688 evenings (24-hour answering
service), 305/445-9091 days. In Broward and
Palm Beach Counties, call Jeff Doyle at 305/772-
7246 (24-hour answering service). Or, you may
write to Mr. Susskind at P.O. Box 145027, Coral
Gables, FL 33114.
Press Contact: Regatta Chairman, Jeff Doyle
305/772-7246 evenings (24-hour answering
service); Publicity Chairman, Harry Susskind
305/596-6688 evenings (24-hour answering
service) or 305/445-9091 days.


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hold its Annual Party/Business Meeting on
November 24th and 25th, 1989, at the world-
renowned Bahia Mar Resort & Yachting
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The Annual Party/Business Meeting,
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Mar's beautiful dockside gardens on Friday
November 24th, beginning in the late
afternoon. Attendance can be expected to be
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Saturday, November 5th, activities start at
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Tristan Jones at the helm


World sailor and author Tristan Jones is
coming to speak to the Palm Beach Sailing Club,
7 p.m., October 10, 1989 at the North Palm
Beach Country Club, according to club Vice
Commodore Allan Esther.
There will be limited seating for the talk and
club members get first refusal, said Esther.
However, between October 2-9, the sailing club
will offer whatever remaining seat exist to the
public by reservation on a first-come-first-serve
basis. The price: $18 at the door.
The country club is located on Federal
Highway, one-quarter of a mile south of PGA
Boulevard. For reservations call 407-697-5845,
Again, between October 2-9.

Several hundred waterfront residents packed
the Fort Lauderdale City Hall auditorium as the
city's Marine Advisory Board during their
September meeting considered a proposed
ordinance amendment before the City
Commission that would clarify and make more
enforceable city laws which currently outlaw the
rental of residential dockage.
After hearing the heated public testimony of
over 40 citizens from both sides of the issue and
reviewing the contradictory findings of two
Marine Advisory Board sub-committees, the
board voted 8-1 to recommend to the city
commissioners that they not approve this
amendment which would add teeth to the current
residential dock rental ban.
At press time the Fort Lauderdale City
Commission had not acted on this measure.


On November 5, a Dania-based yacht
broker plans to compete in the New York
Marathon. John Kleinman, 44, having only run
for one and one-half years with his longest
distance being ten miles, is working up to this
ultimate 26.2-mile test dedicated to raising funds
for Broward County's Big Brothers/Big Sisters
program.
This is not the first time the yacht broker has
helped the childrens'charity; Kleinman has been
one of the head organizers of the annual Big
Brothers/Big Sisters fishing tournament.
"With proper training, I'm sure I can finish
this once in a lifetime goal," predicted Kleinman,
who also competes in area triathlons. He is
asking for pledges of between 250 and $1.00 for
every mile he completes in the marathon. Call in
your pledge to John at 305-921-8800 during the
day or in the evening at 305-563-6970.


The Sailboat Fishing Tournament
committee is altering the rig of the event this fall
in several ways. The entry fee has been lowered,
a club cup will be awarded and there will be two
convenient weigh-in stations.
Scheduled for Saturday, November 18,
1989, the sixth annual Sailboat Fishing
Tournament is reducing the entry fee to $50 per
boat including skipper and mate. Each additional
crew member will be levied $15 and entitled to
joining the skipper and mate at the kick-off party
and dinner at Tug Boat Annies on the Dania Cut-
off Canal.
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For the convenience of skippers in the north
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Private dock

owners urged

to unite
Editor.
Recently, the Fort Lauderdale Waterfront
Property Owners Association has been very
active in an effort to defeat the modification of
part of our present zoning code. A proposed new
ordinance is now before the Fort Lauderdale city
commission covering the issue of non-occupant
dock usage in R-1 and R-1A zoning districts.
[See "Commissioner Naugle proposes 'R-1' dock
rental ad ban," page 6, June 1989, Waterfront
News.]
We feel that present ordinances are ineffective
because they focus on WHO uses the docks
instead of HOW the docks are used. Our
approach would focus on the abuses which may
arise not only from non-occupant use of the
docks, but on owner abuses as well.
Enforcement against nuisances arising from the
use of private docks would be better directed,
speedier and more effective, but would still allow
non -owners or non-occupants to avail
themselves of dock spaces at private homes.
Regulations against the following would be
enforced to protect other residents:
1. No deteriorated, unsightly boats at docks;
2. No water pollution from any source; -
3. No excessive noise;
4. No trash;
5. No improper mooring;
6. No blocking of driveways or streets by service
vehicles or boat guests;
7. No live-aboards (handled under other
ordinances).
Violations of the above to be assessed eitheirw
against the homeowner or the boat as is dictated
by the circumstances. A permitting proposal is
alsounder construction. :
At the city commission conference meeting of
July 6, 1989, it was the suggestion of city
attorney Dennis Lyles, that the proposed
ordinance go to a "first reading," either in late
September or early October, date to be'
announced. This 10 a.m. commission meeting,
when it is held, will be a public hearing.
It is vital that every person who has an interest
in using his dock understand that if he does not
now stand up and be counted, he will be
discriminated against by default. Your city
commission cannot know what is in your mind
and act on your behalf unless you show your
supportfor those who represent your beliefs.
Never before have so many groups of people,
private citizens and businesses alike, united to
support dock usage throughout the city. Your,
commission truly wishes to represent the desires
of the people of Fort Lauderdale, but you must
realize that if your civic association has gone on
record and stated that the majority of the
homeowners in your association are opposed to
dock rental, the commissioners will accept this as
the truth if you do not dispute it. Silence implies
consent!
Joanne Becker
Fort Lauderdale


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Question:
I have just bought a twin engine power
boat. After a few cosmetic repairs and a few
trips, I decided to change my oil and oil
filters. I ran the engines untii the oil was
warm and drained or sucked out all the old oil
and residue in the engines. To my dismay I
found I could not remove the oil filters. They
were like frozen to the base. The cap filter
tool just slipped around and the band tool I
had bought crushed the filters completely.
My buddy and I finally cut them off, installed
two new filters according to direction on
boxes and they don't leak and I check them
every time I check the oil. I'm leery of my
next oil change and filter change. Any
advice?
Phil
Answer:
Overtightening the oil filter and/or error
changing them will cause them to freeze to
the filter base. Getting to the filters can be a
problem too.
Also filters come in different sizes and a
large filter clamp will slip on a smaller filter. I
have four (4) different filter removers and I
also have a ratchet wrench with an angle head
so that I can reach those way down oil filters.
If a filter case is crushed and you can't grip
it, I drive a screwdriver through it and you
can spin them off. Cheap filters are thin
skinned and crush easily.
Always buy a good heavy duty filter. Put
oil or vaseline on the gasket before tightening
to facilitate removing them and prevent oil
leaks. Most likely your old filters were not
changed regularly and could have been
cheapies too.


can be a horror. Why engine designers put
starters on boat engines so low that flooding
in the bilges ruin the starter I don't know.
Any removal of them and oil filters that
cannot be reached easily are major jobs.
Al
Q-
On my trip down to the Keys I ran into a
water in my fuel problem. I finally got into
the mid Keys and after much effort'found a
marina who got most of my water problem
solved and I bought two new filters and
broke down again in Marathon. I finally
found a mechanic who really drained out my
bad fuel, bought new fuel and replaced my
filters again and reached Key West without
any fuel problems. My problem was getting
help without going nuts looking for a
mechanic. Is there a directory I can buy
- where I can find mechanical help?
Vernon
A-
Most marine stores have books listing
marinas and marine engine repairs up and
down the east & west coasts. You can always
walk into a marine supply store and they
know all the repair facilities that buy parts
from them locally. In Key West there is a
great store to visit. All kinds of parts and I'm
sure they can help boaters in distress. I don't
usually advertise in this column but this
place, "Perkins & Sons Chandlers" is
different. Al
Q-
Can I install a depth finder in my boat
without hauling and installing a transducer
through the hull? What options do I have?


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I have a badstarter on my V-8 engine on
my boat. My problem is getting it out. I can
just about see the starter and the stringer and
motor support is up against it. I can see one
bolt on top but the other bolts are out of
sight. There is no clearance to slide the starter
out after the bolts are removed.
Help!
A- Harry
A-
You really have a problem. You can get
the bolt size from the bolt on top and with a
long extension and a flex ratchet you can
remove the other bolts on the side and
bottom. Disconnect the battery when you
work on this job as you may hit the live leads
with your tools.
I have had to disconnect the motor
supports to work on some starter jobs. They



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You sure can. There are many transducers
that can be affixed to the stern of the boat.
There are transducers that can be installed in
the hull which work very well. You can buy
a transducer bubble in a marine parts store
with all directions for internal installation.
Also there are suction cup installations for the
stern of your boat and mechanical hookups
for the exterior of your vessel. As with all
transducers they are usually not measuring
from the keel but from their installation point.
Al

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Ask Big Al
Q-
I have had fuel pump trouble for about a
month now. Replaced pumps twice and after
one or two trips pump cut out won't pump
fuel. Filters and lines are clean. What could I
do to solve this problem?
Sid
A-
Yoi did not state what engine is in your
boat. Some engines have a riser or pushrod
activating your fuel pump and replacing this
rod (which may be worn) will give you full
action. If your cam is worn on your camshaft
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Q-
I had an oil leak and my bilge is full of
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into the ocean or canal but I do want to get rid
of it and clean my boat. Any suggestions?
May


A-
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A-
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6 Waterfront News October 1989 Commerce


Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show arrives early


Previously Fort Lauderdale in November was
the place where you would find anybody who
was somebody in the marine industry. This year,
that has changed to late October specifically
October 26-30, 1989 for the 30th edition of the
famous Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
at the Bahia Mar Resort & Yachting Center.
The International Show has grown into a
fixture for the marine industry. This year the
Show is celebrating its 30th anniversary and
promises to be bigger and better than ever. Over
800 boats of every design, shape and size
available will be on display, along with more than
1,100 exhibitors.
Annually, the show is the first chance to view
all the latest 1990 models regardless of size. The
real draw is the enormous amount of boats'in-
water. The show has blossomed into what most
industry experts refer to as the LARGEST in-
water boat show in the world.
The five day extravaganza also serves host to
a collection of the world's most luxurious mega
yachts (yachts over 100'), part of the exclusive
100 club.
Expect not only the finest mega yachts, but
powerboats, sport fishing boats, etc, from
around the world. The influence of foreign
manufacturers to both the industry here and
abroad has been tremendous. The International
Show has been the place where the industry
leaders can gather and establish the trends and
highlights for the coming year. Past years have
brought boat builders from across trhe world and
countries such as: Italy, Korea, Finland, Holland,
Sweden, Great Britain, Denmark, Australia, and
many, many more. The American manufacturers
are also represented quite well at the show.
Boats will be the base of the Show but by no
means is that all. The Show is laid out with a
large, air conditioned tent area with additional tent
areas throughout the Show. The large tent
contains an impressive array of every nautical
accessory imaginable. It could be your one stop
shopping place forieverything from clothes, hats,
jewelry, artwork, shoes and much more. The
other tents are specifically designed for other
marine-related products electronics, engine
manufacturers, and other boat accessories.
If that is not enough, entertainment and
nautical activities abound throughout the Show.
Annual events include fishing clinics, fashion
shows with the latest swimwear by local
designers, and other informative seminars. The


picture is complete with a wide variety of
concessions to make the perfect family outing.
The International Show has one final
attraction that separates it from any show of its
kind the Large floating Cocktail Barge. The
Cocktail Barge is actually floating on the water
hooked to the Bahia Mar by specially installed
docks. The atmosphere is perfect out on the water
surrounded by the finest boats in the world. The
Barge is stocked with your favorite beverages
and food is available as well. So after you've
walked the Show for awhile, take a break on the
Cocktail Barge and you'll be ready to see all the
things you missed the first time around.
The Show hours each day are:
Thursday, October 26 ... 12 noon to 9 p.m.
Friday, October 27 ... 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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Commerce Waterfront News October 1989 7


A boat show


is big bucks


by M. G. Swift
Last year, the Ft. Lauderdale International
Boat Show brought in an estimated $70,000,000
to Broward County, according to an economic
impact study recently released by the Marine
Industries Association of South Florida (MIA-
SF).
In 1988 the five-day boat show at Bahia Mar
had over 700 exhibitors and 1,150 boats on
display both in and out of the water. A total of
64,528 tickets were sold to the show. Of these,
27,376 were exhibitor tickets and 37,152 were
for general admission. Discounting no-shows and
multiple day visitors, "It is conservatively
estimated that nearly 54,000 people actually
attended the five-day show," concluded the study
done by Kenneth Leventhal & Company, an
accounting firm hired by the MIA-SF.


Miami Boat Show

MIAMI More design changes and new
features than ever will be seen in 1990
models of most pleasure boats which will be
unveiled for the public in the third annual
Miami Fall Boat Show scheduled Friday
through Tuesday, October 13-17, at the
Miami Beach Convention Center.
In cooperation with Big Brothers/Big
Sisters of Dade County, which receives a
portion of the proceeds, discount tickets
valued at $2 each can be obtained from Shell
gas stations in Dade and Broward counties.
Discount tickets, $2 off the-$6 adult
admission, also may be obtained at
McDonald's restaurants in Dade-and
Broward.
The third annual Miami Fall Boat Show
opens at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 13.
Weekend hours are from 11 to 11 on
Saturday and from 11 to 9:30 on Sunday.
Hours are 6 to 11 on the final two days,
Monday and Tuesday.


Leventhal figured that over 51percent of the
boat show's visitors (27,456) come from outside
Broward County. The typical visitor to a
consumer show stayed an average 3.8 days
spending about $135 per day ($44 for one-day
stands). Visitors spent an estimated $3,139,000
in Ft. Lauderdale.
"Exhibitors also inject a significant amount of
economic impact into the local market," said the
study. "Their expenditures are some 25 percent
higher than the ordinary visitor to the show."
Each of the 700 exhibitors brought an average of
eight individuals staying a mean five days. Over
60 percent of the exhibitors came from outside
Broward County pumping another $3 million into
the local economy.
The 1988 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat
Show generated approximately $126 million in
product sales. Around 38 percent of those sales
went to Broward County exhibitors injecting
another $31 million into South Florida's
economy.
Monies circulate through an economy several
times. A boat show visitor pays an innkeeper for
his hotel room. The innkeeper in turn pays his
help who turn around and pay their bills, etc.
Economists use something called a "multiplier" to
measure this indirect impact on an economy. An
area multiplier (M) factors proportions of: the
initial expenditure expected to stay in the area (A),
the local income spent for local goods and
services (B) and local expenditures that "accrues
as local income" (C).


The formula for a regional multiplier is;
=Ax [ l1-(BxC) ]"

Using these assumptions and formulas,
Leventhal calculated Broward County spent out-
of-town visitor and exhibitor expenditures 2.17
\times, thus projecting a $13.4 million effect upon
the local economy indirectly.
Broward exhibitors created a 1.84 spin on
their $31 million show income equaling $57.2
million through South Florida pocketbooks.
Thus, Leventhal comes up conservatively
with that "estimated $70 million" (13.4 plus 57.2)
figure that Ft. Lauderdale's International Boat
Show pumped through Broward's economy.
The 1989 Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show runs
from October 26th through the 30th at Bahia Mar.
The MIA-SF, the show's sponsor, is currently
negotiating with the marina over future shows
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8 Waterfront News October 1989 Power Boats


$50,000 outboard racing championship comes to Lauderdale


Fort Lauderdale's GRAND PRIX '89 makes
its splash down in the Intracoastal Waterway
October 7-8, and will determine the overall
points Champion in the exciting racing divisions
of the International Outboard Grand Prix (IOGP)
circuit.
The IOGP circuit is a nationally televised
spectator sports event with races in major cities
across the country, and is sanctioned by the
American Power Boat Association. It features
three popular and powerful classes in outboard
racing; the premier CHAMP Boat, SSP-140, and
MOD-VP. Brought together they form one of the
most spectacular forms of professional racing.
The year long series culminates in Fort
Lauderdale on the beautiful and treacherous
Intracoastal Waterway, just north of the Las Olas


Boulevard bridge. Current Champ Boat Class
leader is veteran Bill Seebold, one of the
winningest drivers in the history of power boat
racing.
"The Fort Lauderdale event is one of my
favorite sites on the circuit because of the
challenges and difficulties the Intracoastal
Waterway presents," explains Seebold. "Fort
Lauderdale is the perfect setting for this outboard
Grand Prix event and I'm looking forward to an
exciting weekend of racing."
The event takes place in a two-day format,
with all preliminary heats and time trials run on
the first day, building up to the hotly contested
class final Splashdowns on Sunday. Additional
entertainment activities, demonstrations and
exhibits make the Grand Prix '89 an action-
packed, family weekend.


Regatta Regulations for the city of
Fort Lauderdale Regatta
Pursuant to authority contained in 46 USC
454-457 and 33 CFR 100.35 notice is hereby
given of a regatta to be held as described
hereafter. Regulations are issued by the
Commander, U.S. Coast Guard Group
Miami, Florida as a public service to promote
the safety of life on navigable waters.
Name of Event: City of Fort Lauderdale
Regatta
Event Sponsor: International Outboard
Grand Prix and City of Fort
Lauderdale/Swimming Hall of Fame
Type of Event: Hydroplane races
Effective Times: 0900 to 1800 local time
on 7th, 8th, and 9th October 1989
Regulated Area: The regulated area will be
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traffic in the area indicated in paragraph 3
authorized by the Patrol Commander during
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Key Largo powerboat race to be APBA finale


by Andy Newman importantly, racers will vie for the advantage
KEY L O Top pt of automatic qualification at the U.S.
KEY LARGO Top powerboat National Power Boat Championships in
competitors from across the country will October
converge on Key Largo for what will be the Octor.
final race of the 1989 APBA (American The significance of this year's race in
Power Boat Association) "Limited Division" final series standings has added interest
circuit at the Second Annual Jack Wilcox among racers and is expected to draw a large
Memorial Regatta, Saturday and Sunday, spectator turnout, said Race Chairman Bill
Sept. 30-Oct. 1. Markey. Entries have doubled over last
With some boats capable of clocking year's initial regatta to more than 100 racers,
Markey added.
speeds in excess of 145 miles per hour, Marky
racers are expected to go all out to cash in on Eight classes with inboard as well as
double points up for grabs during this, the outboard racers represented will compete
last point-accumulation event of this year's over the 1.25-mile course on Blackwater
APBA series. Sound off the Italian Fisherman Restaurant
Race champions will win trophies and (mile marker 104). Making their race debut at
split $7,000 in prize money. More this year's program will be the 7-litre
'21st World Water Ski Championship results


Over 60,000 water ski fans attended the five
day World Water Ski Championships at
Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach which
finished up Labor Day, September 4. They
looked on as Deena Mapple won her second
consecutive women's overall world title. Mapple
also won her second consecutive women's world
jumping championship with distances of 144 and
140 feet. The 29-year-old Clermont resident
holds the women's world record jump of 156
feet.
Deena Mapple's husband, Andy, won the
medal in the men's slalom. He water skis for
Great Britain.
ESPN, the cable television sport network,
will televise highlights of the 21st World Water
Ski Championships on September 20 and again
the 27th, both times at 8 p.m.
Team Results -
1. United States 8408 points; 2. Australia
7880; 3. France 7842.
Individual:
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1. Andy Mapple (Great Britain) 125 buoys;
2. Carl Roberge (U.S.) 124; 3. John Battleday
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round 386; 2. Andrea Alessi (Italy) 186,379; 3.
Bruce Neville (Australia) 183,379.
Women's Jump.
1. Deena Mapple (U.S.) 140,284; 2. Karen
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10 Waterfront News October 1989 Diving



Archaeologists versus divers & salvors


by Bryan Brooks
With new technology and the popularity of
SCUBA diving, lost historical ships are being
discovered, and sometimes plundered. When do
divers' or salvagers' rights cross over into
legitimate historical interests? These questions are
Shaving to be faced more and more often.
Who would have thought that the Titanic,
sunk in 1912, in over 13,000 feet of water in the
Atlantic Ocean, would ever li:.": items taken from
it to be displayed on worldwide television? Who
would ever have thought it would even have been
found?
Historians state that these old shipwrecks are
mirrors of history and should be left untouched
until technology allows for a more precise
gathering of ancient artifacts, so that they can'be


properly documented, photographed, and placed
into museums, so everyone might learn from
them. They feel that these wrecks are sacred
tombs and should not be disturbed.
Salvagers, on the other hand, feel that
according to Admiralty and International Law,
those who find treasures and artifacts in the
ocean's depths can legally recover them.
Since in the past there were few divers and
the technology wasn't good enough to get below
a few hundred feet of water, there wasn't much
of a problem. Now, however, the doors seem to
have been'thrown open. Historians feel that this
could cause centuries of precious knowledge to
be plundered away and destroyed forever.
Historians cite examples such as the Spanish
ship Atocha found off the coast of the Florida


Keys. Although a marine archaeologist was a part
of the salvaging of the treasure, historians claim
that they didn't think nearly enough time and care
was taken in properly mapping out and
recovering the coins, cannons and other artifacts.
Historians claim that once .the wreck has been
salvaged in that way, precious history is forever
lost.
Other factors involve the high cost of ocean
exploration. Few academics have the access to
the money that treasure salvagers have at their
disposal.
New state laws have been passed in Florida
that impact divers who find and want to recover
booty from historical shipwrecks. The diver has a
choice: he can report the find to the proper
authority, wade through a bureaucracy of forms,
permits and taxes, or he can simply keep his
continued on page 1 1


Underwater Archaeology Conference slated


by Bryan Brooks
On Saturday, October 7, The Broward
County Archaeological Society will present the
first of what it hopes to be a bi-yearly lecture
series on Archaeology and its applications in the
1990s.
The lecture will be presented in the Broward
County Government Center at 101 South
Andrews Avenue in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Guest lecturers will be flowing in from all
over Florida, with two coming from Maryland
and at least one, Martin Dean, from the Institute
of Maritime Studies, University of St, Andrews,
coming from Scotland,
The lectures will cover underwater
archaeology, from ancient shipwrecks, such as
the Battle of Actium, and the Ceasarea Ancient
Harbor Excavation Project, to the underwater site
of the Civil War wreck, the Maple Leaf. -
Roger Smith, Florida State Underwater
Archaeologist, from the Department of State,
Bureau of Archaeological Research, will give an
overview of marine archaeology in Florida.
There will be other important topics, such as


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the conservation of marine shipwreck artifacts,
and the analysis of organic material from the
Windover Florida underwater site.
Sam Enslow, President of the Broward
County Archaeological Society, said, besides the
beginning of a bi-yearly lecture series, the
Society hopes to enlist the help of local diving
clubs as volunteers for different underwater sites
that might need to be excavated in the future. He
added quickly that the volunteers don't have to be
archaeologists. They need to be certified divers,
with the interest to learn and free time to help. On
site archaeologists will train the divers.
Registration will start at 9:00 a.m. on
Saturday, October 7th, at the current address for
the Museum of Archaeology, located at 203
Southwest 1st Avenue. The program will start at
9:45 a.m. in Room 422 of the Broward County
Government Center, which is just across the
street from the Museum. The admission is
$25.00. For members of diving clubs, and
teachers, the fee is $20.00. Student Admission is
$12.50.
Enslow advised that the monies collected at




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Museum of Archaeology. Its future at the current
location is somewhat in question.
Interested persons are urged to contact the
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continued from page ten
Archaeologists versus
mouth shut and possibly destroy forever a rare
historical site. It doesn't take a college education
to find out which choice the majority of sport
divers will take.
All of us as divers feel that what we take
individually, either lobstering, spearfishing or in
treasure salvage, really won't hurt anything,
because we're just one person. Besides, we
found the damn thing, it's our right.
There are no easy answers, just some hard
ideologies that will run headlong into each other,
as technology improves, and diving becomes
more and more popular. It appears there will be
some bitter defeats for historians, as the
overwhelming numbers and dollars find their way
into the sea.
Part of the answer might be in education. Just
as the environment needs to be taught to a greater
degree in basic diving classes, so possibly does
teaching more about the importance of historical
shipwrecks, and the sport divers responsibilities
toward them.
Another part of the answer, at least for divers,
might be the tack that Broward County has taken.
Unable to recover any lost shipwrecks, or at least
not having the money or knowledge to do it,
Broward County has sunk their own wrecks.
It started with the Mercedes I. These sunk for
divers and fishermen wrecks serve many
purposes. They satisfy divers' deep need to
explore shipwrecks, help start a new marine
ecosystem, and they also keep a great number of
divers off the precious and fragile reefs we have
offthe coast.
The deeper wrecks that have the money and
technology backed salvagers coming to them are
in trouble. If the Titanic can be reached and
explored, then other historical treasures can't be
far behind. It's the old story money talks, the
rest of us walk.


The Ocean Research Institute has
announced the first annual Columbus
Quincentennial Symposium of Ft. Lauderdale
to be held October 6, 7 & 8, 1989, at the
Bahia Mar Hotel, 801 Seabreeze Blvd., Ft.
Lauderdale.
Columbus Scholars from the Library of
Congress Florida Department of State,
Woods iofe Oceanographic Institute, the
National Institute of Archaeology, Northern
Arizona University, San Salvador, Haiti and
Washington, D.C. will discuss the continuing
controversy over where Christopher
Columbus actually landed on October 12,
1492. Other topics to be discussed will be
Columbus' ships Santa Maria and Pinta and
the search for their shipwreck remains,
archaeological projects underway in Haiti in
search of Columbus' Fort La Navidad, and
the efforts of various research institutions to
find the remains of Columbus' ships that
sank or ran aground in later voyages, in 1494
and 1503.
One of the symposium highlights will be
the public announcement of a recent
discovery by local archaeologists of the
earliest known European contact site in North
America, here in Ft. Lauderdale, and a
Portuguese map made in 1502 showing
Florida eleven years before Ponce de Leon
'discovered' and named this peninsula
Florida.
The symposium is being sponsored by:
Ocean Research Institute;
Broward County Archaeolgical Society;
Marine Archaeological Council;
and is the first in an annual series of four to
be held in Ft. Lauderdale.


Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. Friday,
October 6, in the lobby. The first session
starts at 6:00 p.m. Costs are: $1 pet day, plus
$25 for a Bahamian beach party, complete
with steel drums and lobster, conch chowder
and other Bahamian food, on Ft. Lauderdale
beach Saturday night starting at 5:00 p.m.
Total symposium package costs only $55, all
seminars are at Bahia Mar, except Saturday
afternoon when the symposium reconvenes at
the Harbor Beach Marriott Caribbean Room
at 1:30.
The following month the Phileas Society
will hold a two-day conference on
Christopher Columbus at Pier 66 in Fort
Lauderdale, November 10-12, 1989.
"The conference is designed to be of
special interest to teachers, librarians,
curriculum planners, writers, etc. as well as
the general public," said Phileas President
Frederick Ruffner, a waterfront resident of
Fort Lauderdale. "We shall present many of
the top experts in the world on the subject of
Columbus as we look forward to the
Quincentennial celebration starting in 1992 of
Columbus' voyages to the Americas."
Among the subjects to be discussed by
experts will be:
*"Columbus: The Man and the Myth;"
* "The Confrontation of Cultures;"
* "The Americas That Might Have Been;"
* "The Old and New Worlds of Columbus;"
* "The Spanish Presence in Florida and the
Southeast;"
* "Building Replicas of the Nina, Pinta and
the Santa Maria;"
* "Preparations for the Quincentenary in the
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12 WaterfrontNews October 1989 Marine Community Ca

Monday Tuesday. Wedne
I '" *. "f 2 3 4
SSailing Club. -C-Gull Meeting, 7:'
b irio, 9m, olwr l u r R Sailing Club. Call 444
Haulover. Call895-6759. S1T-140 Rae (St. Louis) telecast, 7pm, *Deerfield Island Pa
Riverside Park Civic Association, 4 p.m. Sumhine Network cable TV channel. ICW. 360-1320
Riverside Park pavilion, Ft. Lauderdale. *-ramwre mr Slli Pimp' ca 7pm, Children with Att
*National Coastweeks, thru 10/9, call 305- BCC-Tigertail Lake, Dania. Call 989-2824, Disorders' Parent S
462-5573 or407-659-6159. *Stress Busters Lap Swim, 5:30-6:30pm, Mon- *Boca Century Fishing Club, 10 am, 7:30pm, 5000 W. Oakh
*Exhibit: Florida Furies (Part 2), thru Fri, thru Oct. 15, Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield. Century Village club house, Boca Raton, Lauderhill. 384-6869.
10/15, Discovery Center, Riverwalk, Fort .Boating Courses in: Palm Beach Gardens 848- call 407-479-1432. South Florida Divers!
Lauderdale. 0756, Lake Worth 832-9902, Lighthouse Pt 946- -Boating Courses in: Deerfield 942-9944, p.m., Howard Johnson
*Model Power Boat Runs, 10 am 4 pm, every 9328, Pompano 782-7277, Ft Lauderdale 463- Coral Ridge 963-5246, Fort Lauderdale 462-4497, 923-0654.
Sunday, West Lake Park, Hollywood. Call 925- 0034, Dania 962-8766, Hallandale 454-9944, Plantation 472-7614, Hollywood 961-4147 & Boating courses in E
8377. Hialeah 559-6260 & Homestead 245-3611. Miami Shores 624-4974. Lighthouse Pt. 971-0641
HIGH +2.8' +2.6' +2.8' +2.6'. +2.8' +2.5' +2.
TIME 0429-1027.1551.2229 0501.1002*1525*2301 0535*1137*1740*2334 0610*121
LOW +0.4' +0.7' +0.5' +0.8' +0.5' +1.0' +0.6'

8 First Quarter Moon 9 10 .Gulfstream Sailing Club meeting, 8pm, 1l -Blood pressure &
Days Inn-Lauderdale Surf, Seabreeze. (free),l:30-3:30pm, Ea
*Underwater Photography Society, Oatrwa P Master
7:30pm, Golden Glades Howard Johnson, No. meeting, 6pm, Ft Lau
"iDay DV Miami Beach.
__ l m l d u Punt de Palm Beach Sailing Club Meeting, 6:30 pm, North S.A.I.L. club, 730 prr
mW SteMm ,d R fleet due at Puat dal Palm Beach Country Club. Call 842-3308. Room, Ft. Lauderdale.
Mama Resort, Am a, am, iBrfoot Ete, Uugumy, thmn 10/16. Hollywood Yacht Club meeting, for time & *South Florida Fats /
-*So n Vw eas s i Ok Ca w 9am, Marine Sector of Broward's Sheriff's Possee, location call 474-3710. lywood VFW Hall. Call
Bayfront Park, Hometead. Cal 923-0654. 7:30 pm, Zeley Hanger, Ft. Lauderdale Executive .Boating Courses in: Deerfield 942-9944, *Broward Shell Club,
sceim m 11 am, Airport. Call 739-7666. Coral Ridge 963-5246, Ft Lauderdale 462-4497, Rec. Center. Call 925-
/ Oards, Port Eveariad. American Ex-POW's, 8 pm, D. A. V. Hall #40, Plantation 739-7666, Hollywood 961-4147, *' Nature Photography I
Music: Dixieland, 7:30 11 pm, Bonton Square, 1515 West Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale. Call 943- Miami Shores 624-4974 & South Miami 266- Miami Beach High Sc)
Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. 6873.
HIGH +2.2' +2.3' +2.3' +2.4' +2.5' +2.6' +2.7'
TIME 0250-0937.1550.2221 0404*1047-1645.2326 0514.1152*1751 0024.0615i
LOW +0.9' +1.2' +0.9' +1.0' j. +0.8' +0.8'

15 16 17 .18
'1z o*oMeW l",omml L 15K Rauw, 7:30 a.m.,
Pontasbleai-Hilton Hotel, Miami Beach. cal Port Everglades Rowing Club meeting, 7 pm,
800.321-3437, Nathaniel's New River Tavern, Riverwalk, Ft. Lau- .Waterway Maste
O r sal =m ca# n derdale. Call 761-7640.. 6pm, Fort Lauderdal,
Gulftnr Saling Club 566-2489. Commodore's Club, 11:30 am, Flaming Pit, Mare Industry Association Palm Beach Commission Confe
Deerfield Island Park Fishing Tournament, 9 Pompano Beach. Call 276-7085 (WPB), 781-6649 River Oaks Civic Association, 730 pm, West-omm on
am noon, Call 428-5474. ,(Bro.) and 235-6262 (Dade). minsterOa Church, 1100 SW 21 St., 3Ft. Lauderdale. GExerses
S Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, 3 'Sailboat Bend Civic Association Ca524-8610ve ing
pm,American Legion Hall, Pompano Beach. Call meeting, 7:30pm, Wright Bldg, School Sailing Singles of So. Florida, 6 pm, Nathaniels Miami RiverCoordin
752-2010. Board Campus. New River Tavern. Call Jay at 491-7803 18th Floor, Metrocente
S Steamship Historical Society,1:30 pm, for loca- -Coconut Grove USCG Auxiliary meeting, 730CAT44 7:30 7:30 pm, Pierce St. Annex, Pom- 4Leaque of Women
tion call 407-533-5114. pm, CoconutGrove Sail Clubhouse. Call444-4571. Dano Beach all 755-365 call 764-8961.
'HIGH +3.5' +3.3' +3.5' +3.2' +3.4' +3.1' +3
TIME 0340.0942.1611*2152 0428-1031.1700.2240 0517*1123*1751*2329 0609.12
LOW -0.1' +0.3' -0.2' +0.3' -0.1' +0.5' +0.1'

22 23 24 25

*Loose Tuesday Windsurfing, 5pm-dusk, Souh
Beach, Ft. Laud., call 473-0238.
SFlorida Yacht Charter Association, 7:30 pm, f( r
location call 522-4654.
r*KWy vwt 3 q c 'Florida Marine Aquarium Society meeting, 7:31
YTfst Ralw, 10am, Key West Harbor.
rier walk with Dr Paul orom, Waterfront Property Owners Assocla- pm, Museum of Science, 3280 So. Miami Ave
am, Historic Museum of So Pla, 101 W. tion, 7:30 p.m. NathaniplsNew River Tavem, Riv- Miami. Call 666-2226.
PlSaer St., Miami. can 375-1492. erwalk, FL Lauderdale. South Middle River Civic Association, 7 pnr *Ballroom danci
*Music: Dueling Pianos, 8pm-midnight, 501 NW 17 St., Ft. Lauderdale. Social Center, Ft L
.Rowing, 10 am-2 pm, Holland Park, West Lake, inside, Bonton Square, Riverwalk, Ft -Boating course in: North Miami Beach 939- *Boating courses
Hollywood, every Sunday. Lauderdale. BOAT BOAT.
HIGH +2.4' +2.5' +2.4' +2.5' +2.5' +2.6'
TIME 0341.1021.1628*2307 0455*1130-1728 0007*0559.1230*1821 0056,06i
LOW +0.9' +1.0' +0.9' +0.9' +0.9' +0.8'
29, New Moon 30 31 The tide table datum is b!
0 at the Andrews Avenue'
adjusted for other location
*Eastern Standard Time Resumes Adjustments to Tide Tablel
corner of this calendar. C
information



.Loose Tuesday Windsurfing, 5pm-dusk, South Boca Inlet ........
Beach, Fort Lauderdale. Call 473-0238. Deerfield Beach ...
*Boating courses in: Miami 279-5348, South Hillsboro Inlet ....
Miami 235-8428. Boating courses In: Hollywood 961-4147, Bahia Mar.....
Plantation 739-7666, Deerfield 942-9944, Ft. Port Everglades.
SModel Radio-Controlled Power Boat Music: Dixieland, 7:30 11 pm, Bonton Square, Lauderdale 462-4497, Coral Ridge 963-5246 Dania Cut Offvr
Run, 10 a.m. 4 p.m., every Sunday, West Lake Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. & Miami Shores 624-4974. Dai"
Park, Ho? oo.Call 02i 83ia77. --- Davie Bridge......
HIGH +2.9' +2.6' +2.9' +2.6' 2.8' +2.6' HIGH Haulover Inlet ...
TIME 0224.0825*1451.2024 0256.0901.1525*2056 0330.0936.1559.2129 TIME Government Cut (M
LOW +0.5' +0.9' +0.4' +0.9' +0.5' +0.9' LOW


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lendar i Tide Tables Waterfront News October 1989 13

sday Thursday Friday Saturday
6 Moon farthest south of Equator 7 iy ~" (2) andm i,
Biscaymne Bay. Call 772-7246 (Brownard) and in
Opm, Coconut Grove *Ft Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board Cal m Q Da.d 596-6688.
4571. ; Meeting, 7pm, City Hall. Syapmulr thr 10/8, Bahia Mar Hotel, -*UAuwar Aa~*a.ay Camfrai ,
rk nature walk, 8am, -M Come r Waier Clb, 7:30pm, Fort Lauderdale. Call 523-8890. 9am-5pm, Museum of Archaeology, 203 SW 1
Denmy, Federal & Woolbright, Boyntoon Navy Afparaiim Week, thru 10/13. Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Call 525-8778.
nationn Deficit Beach. Call 407-272-6677. Port Everglades. *I iMl Olb OIasd ia,
support Group, wai hE wWmi IHalU. dt Music: All WV ol Rnviow, thru 10/8, ICW, FordLauderdale.Call 761-5423
md Pk Blvd., Fma 1E- t1kig emwasmjy, 6 pm, 8:30pm, Bread of Life Market, Wilton Manar. -Clinic: Weader & Adhaing with Peter
FortLauderdale. -Music: Thi J.aeo 6-9pm, North Beach Terietzky, 10am-2pm, Sailorman, 350 E. SR
"cuba Club meeting, 7:30 *Boating courses in: Jupiter 848-0756, Palm Park, Hollywood. 84, Fort Lauderdale.
3, Hollywood Beach. Call[ Beach Gardens 848-0756, Lake Worth 832-9902, -* am~ i Fidy o.il, 5:30-8pm, P*Rivwl Bh PI enlah 1pm-MN,
Deerfield 479-0946, Pompano 941-5781, Ft Riverwalk, PorflA derdale. Call 524-4736. hru 10/8, Bubier Park, Fort Lauderdale.
;oca Raton call 391-3600, Lauderdale 463-0034, Plantation 472-7614, Steamship Historical Society, for time and -Bmrwo Com J ABC Omup Alg
3, Hollywood 922-5043. Hollywood 961-4147 & Hialeah 559-6260. location call 271-1527. swim sss, 9am, Hall of Fame Pool,
6' +2.4' +2.5' +2.3' +2.4' +2.2' +2.3' HIGH
7*1837 0011.0650.1258-1923 0054-0734.1374-2012 0144.0827*144522113 TIME
+1.1' +0.7' +1.2' +0.8' +1.3' +0.9' +1.3' LOW

glaucoma screening 12 13 *. l Ia B t fIL nr. o 7-tipm, thi 14 Full Moon
;terlin Park, Middle River, 10/17, Miami Beach Convention Center. Pweentation: Atlmsic nsils with
: Ck Rice 1io pf y, 81pm, Pnalty ,Jimmy Cornell, -4pm, Cinem 'n' Drafhouse,
rnan committee Box Lounge, 2701 N. Fed. Hwy, Pt Lauderdale. Southport Center, Port Lauderdale.
lerdale City Hall. call 565-6658. Races: 10/14-15. *itaf htilans Cb f SP an
i, Galleria Mall Conference *ra"s dl om m Tclp, 371 92. Cal 937-2652.
Call 491-3327. 'Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, 7:30pm, Boca Raton Bicayn Bay, call 375-1492. fIlill m To
anglers club, 7:30 pm, Hol- American Legion Hall. Call 395-0472. Coconut Grove Sailing Club meeting, 8pm, call Seni AM P., 10a2pm,
565-3374. Fort Lauderdale Boat Club meeting, 8 pm, 600 444-4571. Sailormn, 350 E. SR 84, t Lauderdale.
7:30 pm, Pompano Beach NE 21 Ct., Wilton Manors. Call 431-7239. Broward Archaeological Society meeting, 8 .mi 0ommar Chow
60. International Yachtmen's Association, 7:30 pm, Broward Governmental Center, Room 515, Taip, BiBcaye Bay. call 375-1492.
l3ub, 7:30 pm, Rm 203, No. pm, Lauderdale Isle Yacht Club. Call 920-3555. 101 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Cqll 5- Obeli noon-midnight, thr 10/1t &
iool, 1247 NE167 St. Call *Under Seas Sports Dive Club, 7:30 pm, Natha. *Antique & Classic Boat Society, 8 pm, Lauder- 10/20-22, Buber Park, Riverwalk, Fort
niels New River Tavern, Riverwalk, Ft. Lauderdale. dale Isles Yacht Club. Call 581-8823. Lauderdale.
+2.8' +3.0' +3.01 +3.2' +3.1' +3.4' +3:2'
1251.1842 0117*0710-1344*1932 0206.0804-1434.2019 0253.0853.1524.2106
+0.6' +0.5' +0.5' +0.2' +0.3' 0.0' +0.3'
19 20 21 Last Quarter Moon
9 t La ma triu resiaM thru
10/28, AMC Corl Ridge 10, Coral Ridg Mall.
Call 764-7001 for showing dtis & dates.
*Book signing: i Amw l.
.s* at vdr, ima~ -2put, Safornun,
r Plan Committee, u r1 1M Saaoan
:CityHall Olrl Mlnlg Clh Bbmi Ralm 350 E. SR 84, FortLaudrdale.
.nce Room. Ft Lauderdale Boardsailing Association, 730 a He FuiP y ae1, 5:30- 10Md P. s Cow Im am s.
7:30-8:30 a.m., Coconut pm, Riverside Hotel, Riverwalk, call 473-0238. Sp.m., Rivewlk,'Port Lauderdale. Call at *Music: fe tk 8 & 10pm, Poet's, For
all 444-4571. .Womens Yacht Racing Association, 7 pm,. 524-4736. Laudrdale.
CoconutGroveSailing Clubhouse.Call4444-4571. Music: Wiblw Ra Bll 6-9pm, North Shipcrafters scale boat sailing, 11 am, Model
acting Committee, 5:30 pm, Navy League, 7:30 pm, Lighthouse Pt. Yacht Beach Park, Hollywood. Boat Basin, C. B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines. Call
r. Call 856-0206. Club. Call 785-2216. *Music: K y a, 8:30pm, Muiciam 966-036 (in Broward) or 283-6919 (Palm Beach).
terms' meeting for time Marine Task Force, 11:30 a.m., Chamber of Lauderdale. American Merchant Mrine Veterans, 1 pm, 2
nnmmprrn 90R1 RF 1 AvA. Ft II n;dprd1A Broward Event Hotline, call 765-4468. W. Dixie Hwy., Dania. Call 925-5869.
.2' +2.9 +3.0' +2.7' +2.8' +2.5' +2.6'
16.1844 0022-0703*1332.1943 0122.0804*1413*2046 0231.0910-1521.2157
+0.7' +0.3' +0.8' +0.5' +1.0' +0.7' +1.0'

26 Moon on Equator 27 28 28

Mhow, noon-9pm, thru 10/30, Bahia Mar.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club Meeting, 7:30 pm, nlad- Mmilm, p51-MN, Bubier
Winston Towers Marina, Miami Beach. Call 932-0720. Park, Port Lauderdale.
Tarpon River Association, 7:30 pm, Convenant *ry-a land Swimm M1C
Church, S. W. 7th Ave. at 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale. NIi CeM a thinu 10/29,
FL Lauderdale Boat Club social, 7 p.m.. For lo- Hall of Fame Pool, Port Lauderdale. *aw oa RIw -esr le supeaf m
cation call 431-7239. 'Seaside Stretch 'N' Stroll, 8-10 am; every Tues. 8:30am-3pm, Clvary Church.
S Holiday parort Eveglade Propeller Club meeting, for & Fri., Birch State Park, Ft.Lauderdale. Call 761- -m--Dy i Md, Mision
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14 Waterfont News October 1989 Sailing


Some U.S. Sailors embark on round-the-world race; others don't


The Whitbread Round the World Race,
which began September 2 off Southampton,
England, involving 23 yachts from 13
countries, has more than its share of
American connections. For the firsttime in its
16-year history, the world's longest, fully
crewed yachting event will include the U.S.
(Ft. Lauderdale) as a destination port. In
addition, Americans are participating as crew
members in many of the entries.

Whitbread Race fleet standings
As of 0711 GMT 20SEP89
Leg I The Solent to Punta del Este


Yacht
Steinlager
Merit
Fisher
Rothmans
Gatorade
Defender
The Card
Fazisi
Belmont
Martela
Jourdan
Union
Fortuna
Ireland
Equity
Liverpool
Rucanor
Maiden
L'Esprit
Creightons
Integrity
Schlussel
LaPoste


Miles
to go
1700
1917
1959
2039
2264
2271
2282
2290
2320
2349
2417
2426
2435
2437
2699
2844
2955
3003
3048
3076
3082
3094
3099


Ave.
Speed
9.8
9.3
9.2
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.3
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1
7.5
7.1
6.8
6.8
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.5
6.5


CQ
Stdgs
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
11
14
15
21
16
17
19
22
23
20
18


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Also, Bruce Farr, a well-known American- Women's Challenge failed to gather enough
based designer designed eight of the yachts sponsorship money to sail.
that began the nine-month ordeal, the sailing Skip Novak, 37, a native of Chicago,
world's greatest challenge. who skippered Drum of Great Britain to third
Maiden, from Great Britain, the event's place on corrected time in the last Whitbread
first-ever all-female entry skippered by Tracy event in 1985-86, is co-skipper of Fazisi, the
Edwards, counts Dawn Riley, 25, of Detroit first-ever Soviet Union entry, an 82'
as a sailmaker. The 58' fractional sloop is the fractional sloop.
former Disque d'Or III, which finished fourth Bill Biewenga, a veteran of the last two
in the 1981-82 Whitbread. The U.S. Whitbread races, is a co-navigator and a
continued on page 15

Local regattas to welcome race fleet
by Robert Peffers most grueling yachting competition in the
In order to heighten awareness of the history of the sport.
The Pro-Am will occur at the following
Whitbread Around the World Race there will yacht club: Eastern Yacht h followig
yacht clubs: Eastern Yacht Club, Chicago
be a number of regattas nationwide. These Yacht Club, Cleveland Yacht Club,
programs, designed for amateur yachtsmen, Milwaukee Yacht Club, Larchmont Yacht
will allow the winners to participate in a one- Club, Rochester Yacht Club, Atlantic City
day race in Fort Lauderdale as part of the Yacht Club, Annapolis Yacht Club, Olympic
stopover of the Whitbread Around the World Yacht Club and the Portland, Oregon Club.
Race. During this Pro-Am competition, the The activities associated with the regattas will
amateur yachtsmen will share the crewing include cocktail parties sponsored by
responsibilities with members of the Beefeater Gin, drawings for airline tickets to
Whitbread Around the World teams aboard London to attend the beginning and ending of
their yachts. the Whitbread race, free car rentals and the
The Whitbread Around the World Race trip to Fort Lauderdale for the winning crews.
occurs every four years and began this Gary Jobson, the international yachting
September 2nd at Southampton, England. celebrity, will be hosting the Pro-Am
The race will have five stopovers: Punta del competition in Fort Lauderdale. He also will
Este, Uruguay; Fremantle, Australia; be traveling with the Whitbread Around the
Auckland, New Zealand; Punta del Este, World competition,, developing half-hour
Uruguay again; Fort Lauderdale, arriving commentaries for ESPN, Gary said: "This
back in Southampton in May of 1990. Yachts Pro-Am concept is new to the yachting world
representing eighteen different nations will and should create a new dimension in the
participate this year in what is considered the world of competitive yacht racing!"


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Sailing Waterfront News October 1989 15


Some U.S. Sailors embark on round-the-world race; others don't


continued from paqe 14


watch captain on The Card from Sweden,
sponsored by MasterCard- International. The
80' ketch Maxi was made in Bristol, R.I. The
42-year-old Biewenga from Newport, R.I.,
raced on Flyer and Drum in the 1981-82 and
1985-86 Whitbread races, respectively.
Rick Jakaus, 30, of Boston, and Kalle
Sarsela of Philadelphia, are crewing on Baltic
Maxi of Finland, an 81' fractional sloop
skippered by Markku Wiikeri.
British Defender, a 79' ketch featuring
members of the country's armed services,
includes Bill Pearson of Norwalk as a
crewmember.
On NCB Ireland, the country's first-ever
Whitbread Race entry, Erik Soper, 35, of
Norwalk, is a crewmember. The 81-
fractional sloop is the largest racing boat ever
made in Ireland.
John Jourdane, 44, of Long Beach, will
serve as a navigator on Fisher & Paykel of
New Zealand. The 83' ketch was posted as
the favorite to win the race at 6-4 odds by
Ladbrokes, a major British bookmaker chain.
Nance Frank, 40, of Annapolis, started
the race in the U.S. Women's challenge but
withdrew shortly afterwards due to lack of
sponsorship.
Ted Allison of Seattle, a crewmember in
the last three Whitbread events, plans to join
the race as skipper of the Focus entry in
Punta del Este, Uruguay for the second leg to

The sailor's inutile roach
by James Sullivan
"Roach "- the outward curve of the leech of a
sail.
The life of a sail depends largely on its
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strains and stresses, so should be guarded most
carefully; any small hole or failure of the stitching
will increase these strains and4nay well lead to a
blow-out sail that with care could have lasted
many thousand more miles.
Sailmakers agree that battens and batten
pockets used to create a roach are their biggest
repair items. As a fact these battens exist only as
rule-cheating devices to gain unmeasured area for
racing or for use in high aspect ratio stay-sails or
narrow jibs with flapping leeches.
Batten pockets should not fall on panel
seams, because if you need to repair the seams,
you must first remove the pocket, which is a
good deal of trouble. With roller reefing, the
battens should be parallel with the main boom,
not at right angles to the leech.
The battenless mainsail may have a slightly
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Fremantle, Australia or in Fremantle for leg
three to Auckland, New Zealand if
sponsorship can be attained.
The race will then return to Punta del
Este, reach Ft. Lauderdale and then set sail on
its final leg back to Southampton.
When the traditional race stop of South
Africa was ruled out for political reasons, Ft.
Lauderdale was chosen as the first-ever U.S.
port due to its ideal weather conditions,
superb marine facilities, support services and
tourist accommodations. The yachts will
arrive in Ft. Lauderdale, the fifth stop, in


early to mid-april. The start for the final leg
back to Southampton is set for May 5.
The City of Fort Lauderdale is seeking
permission for the Army Corps of Engineers
to dredge the Intracoastal Waterway
underneath the 17th Street Causeway bridge
down to a minimum of 15 feet. mean low
water. The owners of the two private marinas
just north of the span also are requesting the
Corps' blessing to dredging the shallow
points near their respective docks. Parades
and festivals will follow the fleet into Fort
Lauderdale during their fortnight stay.


Sailing author to speak on Atlantic


by Milt Baker
Cruising skippers who want to cross the
Atlantic under sail can get tips from an expert at a
Ft. Lauderdale seminar featuring noted cruising
author Jimmy Comell.
Mr. Cornell will speak in Fort Lauderdale on
October 14th as part of a nationwide tour.
Author of the all-time best-selling sailing
guide World Cruising Routes and the just-
released World Cruising Survey, Mr. Comell is
also the founder and organizer of the Atlantic
Rally for Cruisers known as the ARC and of the
TRANSARC rally, two successful events for
cruising sailors that attracted several hundred
participants last year.
Considered an expert on world cruising
routes, especially across the Atlantic, Mr. Comell
is also sponsoring the America 500, a special
transatlantic cruising rally in 1992. The America
500 will commemorate the 500th anniversary of
Christopher Columbus' voyage to the New
World in 1492 and will closely follow the route
of discovery.
Mr. Comell's interest in cruising stems from
the 60,000-mile circumnavigation he completed
with his wife and two children.
His presentation will draw on his cruising
experience and enthusiasm to acquaint his
audience with cruising routes and provide great
deal of solid information on Atlantic voyaging.
Specifically, the presentation will deal with
planning and sailing "the Atlantic Circle," an
eastward passage across the Atlantic in the spring
or summer and a westward passage to the
Caribbean before Christmas.
A question and answer session will follow
the presentation, giving Fort Lauderdale skippers
an ample opportunity to get Mr. Cornell's
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16 Waterront News October 1989 The Main Brace


Navy Appreciation Week


"Command ship" for Navy Appreciation Week USS Mount Whitney.


by Kristen Andersen
Navy Appreciation Week 1989, October
6-13, will celebrate the U.S. Navy's 214th
birthday with free ship visiting, an exciting
parade on Las Olas Blvd., and several events
where the public can "meet the Navy."
Co-sponsored by the Port Everglades
Authority and the Fort Lauderdale Council Navy
League along with other area Navy Leagues,
Navy Appreciation Week will bring
approximately 2,500 sailors into Broward
County.
Ships scheduled to participate in this year's
birthday celebration include the USS Mount
Whitney LCC-20, a 620-foot amphibious
command ship; USS Pharris FF-1094, a 438-
foot frigate; USS Tattnall DDG-19, a 432-foot
guided missile destroyer, USS Scott DDG-995, a
563-foot guided missile destroyer, the USCG
Dauntless, a 210-foot Coast Guard Cutter and the
430-foot frigate USS Patterson. Schedule is
subject to change with additional ships.
"This is South Florida's chance to thank the
50,000 sailors who visit here each year and put
over $30 million dollars into our surrounding
communities," said Port Commissioner Alan
Marks.
Free ship visiting begins Saturday, October 7
and Sunday, October 8 from 1-5 p.m..During the
week, ship visiting will be held from noon-4
p.m. Ships will arrive and depart on various
days, with the last ships leaving port Saturday,
October 14.
One of several Navy Appreciation Week
highlights will be the General Lewis Walt
Memorial Parade, Sunday, October 8 at 1 p.m.
heading east on Last Olas Blvd. from S.E. 1st
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A "free to the public" Navy Day Dockside
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Port Everglades with impressive military
performances and a thrilling 21-gun salute in
honor of the Navy's 214th birthday.
Several parties are scheduled at various
establishments where civilians and sailors can
make new friends (TBA) and a community/Navy
golf tournament is scheduled for Tuesday,
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Fantasy Fest goes back to the future


by Andy Newman
Transforming Key West from a quaint,
turn-of-the-century community into a future
world of abandoned revelry, the annual
Fantasy Fest returns October 21-29 with its
zaniest-ever slate of frenzied festivities.
The theme of this year's celebration,
"Future Fantasies: Key West 2089," is
expected to provide all the ammunition
festivalgoers need to come up with one of the
most comical looks at the future yet.
"What began as a grass roots adult
costuming celebration has grown into one of
South Florida's most popular and outlandish
events," said Festival Director Michael
Whalton.
Since its beginning, colorful costuming
has always played an important role in
Fantasy Fest. This year's futuristic motif is
expected to attract some of the celebration's
most imaginative guises to date with the most
elaborate or ingenious costumes competing
for thousands of dollars in prizes.
Ground zero for the event each year is the
tropical island of Key West, a world-class
resort getaway known for its colorful
characters, many of whom seem to reserve
their most bizarre antics for Fantasy Fest. The
island's entire community gets into the act
during the eight-day-long party by
sponsoring street dances and outrageous
"special" events.
The festival reaches maximum madness
during the famed "Twilight Fantasy Parade,"
on Saturday, October 28. A spectacle of
bands, floats and outrageous costumes, the
parade's popularity since its inception has
been its success in luring the most timid of
onlookers into the party spirit.
A serious contest featuring "head-to-head"
challenge that can only be described as
unique, the "Masked Madness & Headdress
Ball" (Tuesday, October 24) pits face and
headwear designs of all sorts in contest for
valuable prizes.
Considered by many as the celebration's
most off-the-wall event, a "Pet Masquerade
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Barefoot Mailman Walk on Sunday October 8th.
The 5K walk will start at 10:00 a.m. at the
Barefoot Mailman Resort on Hillsboro Mile.
All proceeds will go to benefit "Kids in
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Equally entertaining, the outrageous "Pier
House Pretenders in Paradise" costume
competition (Thursday, October 26) features
participants from around the world displaying
incredibly elaborate costumes.
Masked revelers will be joined by
costumed paraders at Fantasy Fest's
"Masquerade March & Pagan Pageant"
(Friday, October 27). Led by marching
bands, two colorful processions will leave
Key West's famous cemetery on separate
routes through the most scenic hauqts of the
town's historic district, eventually reuniting
again for renewed partying at the "Pagan
Pageant."


carried the mail along Florida's lower coast from
West Palm Beach to Fort Dallas, now known as
Miami, using the beach as their route. In the
summer of 1886, James Edward Hamilton, one
of the Barefoot Mailmen, lost his life in the line
of duty in his attempt to cross the Hillsboro Inlet.
Participants in the 3rd Annual Barefoot
Mailman Walk will attempt to retrace part of the
route of the legendary Barefoot Mailman by
walking "barefoot" along the sand from the
Barefoot Mailman Resort on Hillsboro Mile past
the lighthouse where a commemorative statue of
James E. Hamilton stands. They will then walk
back along the beach to finish at the Hamilton
Station Post Office on N. Riverside Drive.
For further information, contact the Pompano
Beach Parks and Recreation at 786-4111 or write
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Bikini Boat Hooters
About 15,000 people came to the banks of
the New River in Fort Lauderdale to watch 56
rafts navigate the three-mile voyage through
downtown. Though 20 fewer vessels entered
the raft race this year, the Fort Lauderdale
Jaycees, the event sponsor raised $20,000
(over last year's $17,500) for United
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The Jaycees are looking ahead to sponsor
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Tarpon River residents to vote on plan


by M. G, Swift
On October 28, 1989, residents and
property owners of Tarpon River in
Southwest Fort Lauderdale will be polled on
a neighborhood master plan. On the drawing
board for two years, the waterfront
neighborhood's master plan was drafted by
Tarpon River residents with the aid of Fort
Lauderdale's city staff and public input.
Tarpon River's master plan encompasses
aesthetics, infrastructure, traffic/safety, ways
and means, and zoning/land use for the area
bounded on the north by New River, Davie
Blvd. on the south and the FEC Railroad
forms the community's east limit.
A master plan workshop is planned for
7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 26 at Calvary
Church's meeting hall, 706 SW 6 Street.
Tarpon River residents can also familiarize
themselves with the master plan at one of
four "information centers" located around the
neighborhood at: River Reach condominium
(condo residents only); Calvary Church;
Santa's Upholstering Company, 308 SW 6
Street (during business hours) and the Horn
residence, 611 SW 11 Court (phone: 523-
8084). --
A registered voter with addresses located
within Tarpon River or a property owner in
the neighborhood each gets a ballot. Voting
will take place at the church 8:30 a.m. to 3
p.m. on Saturday, October 28. Absentee
ballots are available through the city's
Planning Division at 101 North Andrews
Avenue (phone 761-5258).
The Neighborhood Master Plan (NMP)
Program is funded through a General
Obligation Bond (GOB) issue approved by
City voters November 4, 1986. The NMP
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to be appropriated as $100,000 grants to ten
neighborhoods for capital improvements.
Tarpon River Civic Association (TRCA)
applied for the NMP Program, was selected
and was designated by the City Commission
as one of the first neighborhoods to
participate in the Program.
In order for GOB monies to be used for
improvements under the NMP Program, the
City Commission must approve your Master
Plan, but only after the TRCA residents have
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TRCA Master Plan must receive approval by
consensus of the voters who vote on October
28th.
Two other waterfront neighborhoodshave
already voted on plans for their communities.
Riverside Park approved a master plan last
year, though a lawsuit is challenging the
credibility of that plebescite. River Oaks
rejected a proposed plan this past summer.
Sailboat Bend is still drafting a master plan
for their waterfront neighborhood.'


engineer Tom Sullivan honored


TALLAHASSEE The Florida Shore &
Beach Preservation Association has announced
that Tom Sullivan, Broward County Erosion
Prevention District Engineer, has been selected as
the 1989 winner of their highest honor the Bill
Carlton Award.
The award, named in honor of the first
director of the State Division of Beaches &
Shores, is given to the individual who has done
the most for the cause of beach preservation over
a period of years, and is not presented every year.
Sullivan is only the 10th recipient of this honor in
the association's 34-year history.
According to Stan Tate, Executive Director of
the statewide association, Sullivan is being
honored for "his outstanding leadership over the
past 10 years in developing one of the most
successful beach restoration programs in the
nation."


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'MARINA SPACE- Offices, shops, dock--
age. Rent 100 to 15,000 sq ft. Some
do-it-yourself space. Sun Power
Diesel Marina, 413 SW 3rd Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale. 522-4776.
FOR RENT DEEP WATER UPDATED HOME.
East of Federal. 1/2 blk to Intra-
coastal. 3/2, hot tub, screened
porch, 40' boat dock & facilities.
$1500/mo. Joe Cassio, R/A, ACV Real-
tv n11 AQ4-R88RQ/pvenines 721-4984


ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable
rates. Furnished apartments.523-2156
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT-.
One-bed apts. & efficiencies. Pool,
BBQ, cable, laundry.
Call 527-0026
YACHTMAN SPECIAL- clean studio 1&2
bdrm apt's convenient to Las Olas
Isles. Week/Month/Year. Ph 462-4234.
ISLE OF VENICE- The Windward-
Furn. eff., studios & 1&2 bdrm apts
w/pool, BBQ, laundry,cable.462-5515
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light
Locked fence. Secure gorgeous furn.
1-br apt. No pets. Dock avi.587-8451
SUPER LOCATION: waterfront apts*ef-
ficiencies.Pool*jacuzzi*cable*close
to shops & beach*laundry. Weekly &
monthly rates. Off Las Olas 463-7067
132 ISLE OF VENICE- 1 & 2 bedroom,
2BA apts seasonal newly remodeled &
newly furnished. 305-779-2818. LL
APTS*EFFS*LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE
Hendricks Isle waterfront apts for
rent, util included in rent. Plenty
of parking. Laundry. Close to beach
Call 525-3005 or 463-9717.


Century East A 0f ISLE OF VENICE,
liveaboard welcome. Hot shower, Toi-
let,cable, phone, pool. 523-2156.
111 ISLE OF VENICE*305-524-4430.
Deepwater dockage up to 51'. Cable,
110-220v*Pool*Phone*Security.
CIRO VILLA 12 Isle of Venice to 45'
Docks have everything plus after-
noon shade. Call 463-4900 10am-4pm.
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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
ISLE OF VENICE- BEAU RIVAGE MARINA:
yearly & seasonal- nice 1-bedrooms,
eff's. Dockage (9' draft), pool, se-
curity, BBQ, laundry,cable.467-3512 .

OFF RIVERLAND Dr- up to 50'. Water-
Elec. No Ivbd. Days 522-4776 Brad.
DANIA- DEEP H20 69 dock 925-3121w/e

LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE- phone*cable*
TV avail*deepwater*2-car parking*
Laundry*East side of Hendricks Isle
Call 525-3005 or 463-9717.
LIVE-ABOARD SAILBOATERS-
Tired of being pushed around in Fla?
Then why not move to the peace and
quiet of ABACO.
The Marsh Harbour Sailboat Marina
offers excellent long term rates
for liveaboard sailors. All amen-
ities include 110&220v, security,
showers, laundry & in-house mechanic
Also a bar & restaurant on the dock
featuring seafood & steaks.
For further details write to:
Marsh Harbour Marina, P.O.B. #518,
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas
Call 809-367-2700 (Nick Cripps)
ON NEW RIVER- no fxd brdgs. Water &
Elec incld. Cable & phone available
Pool privileges. Call Riverside
Hotel 467-0671.
POMP BCH 89' on water 60' dock w/2
dolphins 3 houses off ICW in safest
area. H20, elec, Ig turn basin, no
Ivbd. Min to Hillsboro In. 786-9391
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light.
Locked fence. Lovely spot. No Ivbds.
Also furnished 1/1 apt. 587--8451
Dock in LAUDERDALE ISLES AREA-
up to 50'. $150/month. Maintenance
available. Call 587-8500 Ted
DOCK FOR RENT- no fxd brdg, no Ivbd
up to 45'. Motorboat. Call 463-0926
Deepwater POMPANO- 35ft. 941-1698
RIVERLAND- off New River, 50', deep-
water, safe harbor, water/elec.
No Ivbds. Call 583-8689.
LAS OLAS private 50'220 No Ivbd 24hr
secure Refs Req.Annual 225/m 4630753


GILL ISLES dock for rent, deepwater
$125/mo. Call 524-0372.
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 Trpez, 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
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DOCK TO 34' LIVEABOARD LAUDERDALE
No fixed bridges. Call 491-2619
DEEPWATER- new dock, 35', Orange Is.
New River $150/m Call 201-290-0400.
28 HENDRICKS ISLE- water/elec, no
Ivbd., $250/m. 563-2424 or 525-4128
CITRUS ISLES up to 50 ft., elec.,
water, dock box. 462-6278.
OFF NEW RIVER- up to 30'. Night light
Locked fence. No Ivbd. 463-2796.
124 HENDRICKS ISLE- off Las Olas.
Power or sailboats up to 45'.Mnthly
yrly or seasonal. Liveaboards. Elec
(110-220), fireline, phone, cable,
laundry, BBQ. Beautiful grounds.
Call 764-8914 or 779-1134.
LIGHTHOUSE PT. NEAR BOCA RATON
2/2 duplex. Deep water dock. No
fixed bridges to inlet. Tennis
305-782-5328
POMP BCH deepwater dock available.
No fixed bridges 941-2294 after 5pm
DOCKAGE- 80' dp water canal easy ac-
cess to New River $200 H20 & elec
included. Call524-5081.

132 ISLE OF VENICE dockage- boats to
36'. Seasonal or annual. Pool,laundry
& BBQ. Call 305-779-2818. LL
GALLERIA- to 45' $200/mo;to 60'$300
& $350/mo, non-liveaboard. 522-5245
DOCKAGE up to 80' on SE 14th St.
Half block from ICW. Call 764-6086.
Dockage OFF LAS OLAS. Call 764-7145
DOCK WANTED for 25' sailboat. Local
service co. will trade Air Cond.
maint. & service for dockage. Great
references. State Lisc&Ins.771-7337
DEEP WATER DOCK for 35' sailboat.
Close to Hillsboro Inlet,no Ivbd.
$150/mo. Call 946-1896. LL
Dock- LAUDERDALE ISLES area.
Up to 50'. $150/mo. Maintanence
available. Call Ted 587-8500.
PRIVATE DOCK OFF RIVERLAND ROAD-
water/elec. No liveaboards 587-4793

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DOCK WANTED
Prefer (2).
liveaboard.


for 58x18x5' HATTERAS.
50 Amp 220 elec. Limited
Call 764-1218.


WANTED-50' HATTERAS S'FISH 1979-80
only or 53' Hatteras S'fish 1977-79
only. 970-8214 leave mess. 782-3434
ENGINES-GM 353 or 453 matched pair
w/gears. No junkers. 467-0007 nites






MANAGEMENT COUPLE- full-time live-in
to $1200/mo + apt. Small mobile home
reqs maint & off exp. Must be bond-
S able & dependable. 463-6800 10-4pm


ATTENTION: excellent income
for home assembly work. Info.
Call 504-646-1700 Dept. P5342






FT LAUD sailboat male, living alone.
Room aboard for female roommate/
friend, prefer age 25-40.
Call Stephen 728-8390.


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SAILORMAN- World's largest and most-'
unique, new & used marine emporium.
Send for catalog. 350 East State Rd.
84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Call:305-522-6716 FL 1-800-331-5359
HYDROHOIST for sale will lift up
to 42' cheap, call Mel 374-7027
SPECIAL SALE
Galley Maid, Delta marine heads &
water systems. New & rebuilt.
Repairs done while you wait.
One 32-7 water pump $255.
One 32-volt head pump $350.
One 30kw Onan generator without
engine $900.
Call Raz Marine 525-5513.
USED BOAT LIFT. Call 941-5337.
6HP- YAMAHA with warranty. Also RDF,
SPEEDLOG, HAILER. 791-7600, ext-308
ISOLATION TRANSFORMERS (2 pcs.)
15KVA (65A@230V) Westinghouse $300
ea. or $500/pair. 766-2675 evenings
DAVIT 1500# piling $175. 524-3086
COMPLETE ARIES STEERING VANE- some
spare parts, just $2000. 728-8936
WOOD FREEMAN model 500B & SPERRY
auto pilot $500 ea. obo. 467-0029
MARINE SALE- new & used boat & engine
parts, rare boating & engine manuals
Hoses, Natulex, belts, big assortment
Dealers welcome. 5821 SW 16 Court,
Plantation Isles. Oct 7-8. 8am-3pm.









8' THUNDERBIRD SAILING DINGHY.
By Snug Harbor. Well-built.524-3600
AVON REDCREST- exc cond flbds oars
Seagull $895. Delray 407-272-1519.
9' ZODIAC- needs work $195. 462-7406


Diesel Tech 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud.
WANTED- GM 353 or 453 matched pair
w/gears. No junkers. 467-0007 nites
DETROIT DIESEL*MERCRUISER*CUMMINS*
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Call 522-4775 (Jay)


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FOURWINDS II WIND GENERATORS and
other alternate energy devices.
Everfair Enterprises 10131 NW 46 St
Sunrise, FL 33351 or call 572-4592.


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
MASE MARINER 4KW diesel generator
Just completely rebuilt. $3000.
Not needed now. Call 467-7018.
HONDA 1000 generator, like new $325
3HP SEAGULL outboard good cond $275
Call 467-8661.
WESTERBEKE (new model) 5kw diesel-
smallest & lightest available.
Call for pricing information.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 925-6302


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1965 COLUMBIA CC- 30' 350 Chevy, out-
riggers. $10,000. Call 985-0811.
GREAT LIVEABOARD CRUISING YACHT- 50'
Chris Connie 1961. Wood. Gas 440
Chrysler engines. Excellent condition
Surveyed June 1989. $52,000. Make
offer. Call 305-463-6608.
18.5' SEABREEZE- exc cond 65 Evinr &
6 John VHF w/trailer $4000 462-7937
30' WELLCRAFT SCARAB II, twin 330's,
mint cond. Many extras, inc. Bimini
top. $42,500. Call 782-9020.



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32' 1986 BAYLINER- twin diesels,
generator, A/C, low hrs, mint cond.
Call 524-3237.

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12-FOOT WOOD PENGUIN- 1947 restored.
Trailer included. For sale/trade.
Call 462-0049.
23' AMERICAN MARINER SLOOP- 81-must
sell have new boat. $5000. 792-1583
COLUMBIA SAILBOAT 26'x8',4' draft.
One working jib, 1 main, 2 jibs 150.
9hp outboard, VHF. Mint Cond. Ready
for the Islands. $7500. 797-0644 eve
PEARSON 42' cruising ketch, launched
in MI 1980. Owner retired in 84 and
sailed to FL. $85,000 firm due to
illness. Farlbrochure,407-750-9257.
'82 35' ALLMAND SLOOP full electronic
auto pilot, wind gen, pressured H20,
Universal diesel. $43K. 564-5577 LL
8' SANDPIPER SAILING DINGHY- mast,
sail, centerboard, etc complete, also
with outboard motor $900. 791-5996


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YACHT CAPTAIN- 100-ton lic. Power &
Sail, all areas, charter & delivery.
Exit refs. Capt Ed Wiser 977-3934.
USCG CAPTAIN FOR HIRE- deliveries,
charters. Sail or power.
Capt. Zarcone. Call 305-462-0049
(beeper # upon request)
LICENSED CAPT for hire- deliveries,
charters. Power or sail.
Captain Harris. Call 521-6099.
Del. CAPT/CREW- East Coast & Gulf,
6 pac lic. Lowest rates 305/454-2248
HI PERFORMANCE BOAT HAULING-
Ins. Ken Santy 305-763-4563 Ft Laud
DELIVERY CAPTAIN & CREW: 100-ton
Ocean Op. Sail/Power. Anywhere/any-
time. Capt Williams. Call 583-0202.
DELIVERY CAPTAIN- licensed 100-ton.
SUS Navy ret- Capt/Nav/Instr. Captain
Donnelly. 522-6451 or 516-265-5470.
WORLD-WIDE DELIVERIES by Master
Mariner w/refs. Capt Craig 475-9065

WILL DELIVER YOUR POWER YACHT any-
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MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT-
Pre-purchase & Insurance, Sail &
Power. Wm. Seager. Tel 791-8628
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both-POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe at 792-6092.
MARINE SURVEYOR & Consultant-
Capt. Boyd Hildebrand 925-4214 Ft.L.
MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT-
All type vessels, insurance & buyers
David Price 305-463-6946.
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MARINE SURVEYORS & CONSULTANTS
buyers & insurance
New Horizons Surveyors 305-583-1557
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc.
Pre-purchase, insurance & financial
Call Dick Williamson 407-272-1053.
MARINE SURVEYOR- power specialists.
William Summerville & Assoc 564-5799
MARK RHODES MARINE SURVEYOR-
buyers, insurance and evaluation.
Power and sail. Call.946-6779
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CHAMBELA D Y PAOLSTERY-
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. Lie. & Insured.
BOAT LETTERING by Carol- standard &
custom, gold leaf. Reasonable rates.
Free estimate call.764-2229/528-0877
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
MARINE ELECTRICIAN- 18 yrs in indus-
try. $25.50/hr. Call 764-0636.
Complete RIGGING at your dock.
Competitive prices, quality service
Ask for Ted. 587-8500.
M&E MARINE SERVICE Call 760-7715
"We clean your bottom"
-' Hull:'*ceaniintg k diving services.'
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.
BOAT BOTTOMS CLEANED
Hull inspections, Zincs
Monthly Service plans
Cove Cleaning, 24hrs, 785-COVE.'

FINE MARINE UPHOLSTERY
All facets.
Yacht Ten, Inc.
764-8470


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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
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.

AIR CONDITIONING.& GENERATOR pack-
ages available. Call for our
competitive prices.
REPOWER SYSTEMS 925-6302


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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.
WINDWARD CANVAS- specializing in
tuna tower biminis, enclosures,
boat covers & cushions. 565-7265.
ATLANTIC MARINE CANVAS
Prompt quality workmanship
Reasonable prices. Call 943-5541.


DWIE. BAHAMAS. CLUB/CLIENT MEETING
Your request is our possibility on
private 40 ft 3-cabin yacht. Sleeps
6 only. Cruise 4hrs-$45/Dive 8hrs
$100 (per person based)407-627-9121
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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
YACHT SERVICES INC.
Wax, teak, interiors, washdowns.
Dependable service contracts or one
time detailing. Bonded & insured.
1-800-873-5628 or 407-392-1441.
ACE DETAILING
Washing Waxing Interior Cleaning
Monthly & bi-monthly service.
Fiberglass & teak restoration.
Specializing in Teflon Sealant &
Perma Teak. Free estimate. Call
921-4428 or 921-2129
SOUTH FLORIDA YACHT TENDERS-
Top notch wash & wax, compounding,
wood & fiberglass refurbishing, in-
terior cleaning, deliveries, manage-
ment & provisioning. Jeff 921-1165.

SCOTT'S TOTAL BOAT CARE, Inc. for
quality cleaning & maintenance.
Free maintenance call 925-718.2.
EXCEL CLEANING SERVICE. We clean
boats, homes and maintain your teak
and varnish. Susan 305-949-2479.
"Let a beauty create a beauty"
SUMMER SPECIAL! Topside scrub & Zip
wax, interior cleaned, brightwork
treated, vinyl conditioned at dock-
side for $4 per foot. Wax, teak &
tower treatment also available.
Broward Home & Marine Serv.524-4500

KAIWAHINE YACHT DETAILING- interior
& exterior cleaning. Wkly or monthly
Patricia Atkinson home 475-2125 or
beeper 528-0379.


BRAD'S UNDERWATER SERVICE 473-5312
Specializing in Bottom Cleaning,
Props, Zincs and Shaft Replacement.
Dockside Service. Capt Brad Moffett


GB's UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE- clean
& maintain boat bottoms including
replacing zincs & pulling props.
Monthly & bi-mo service available.
Call Geoff at 431-1923.


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31 YRS EXP- Fiberglass & Woodwork
repair & remodeling, cabinetry.
Your dock or mine. Jack Anderson
462-6758
BOB NAIDUS FIBERGLASS REPAIR
535 NW 1st Ave Ft Ldl 728-9895
ONE STOP FIBERGLASS-
LIcensed & Insured. Guaranteed.
Transoms, transom doors,Cockpit
floors are our specialities.
Aluminum rubrails.
Call 792-4823 after. 6pm.









SCUBA LESSONS- $330 course for $195.
No hidden costs. Bring towel class-
room, pool, boat. Emphasis on under-
water archaeology, photography, nav-
igation. Call for free brochure.
Rebikoff Inst. of Marine Technology
776-6288
SALTWATER FISHING course- 752-6313
AMERICAN SAILING ASSOC. instruction-
worldwide recognition. Week-long,
live-aboard classes or weekend
specials. Basic thru Advanced/ bare
boat certification. 32'-55' yachts.
Call 305-728-8038 or 791-0800.
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.


MARINE TECHNICIAN

Mechanical Repairs & Rigging
Vessel & Equipment
Modifications
Design Fabrication Installation -
Glass, Metal or Wood
Security Improvements
Certified Diesel Mechanic

Emergency Mobile Service*
Dockside or Yardwork

South Florida Bahamas Mexiqo
Free Estimates


Call Skip


305-791-4276
Beeper 928-4228







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TROPICAL SERVICES- Tom 524-2986.
All types of electrical repairs &
installations. Wood docks-decks-
fences-tropical gardens-waterfalls-
hot tubs & spinkler systems design-
ed, built or rebuilt & repaired.
Tree trimming & removal.

Wood & Woodworking


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
Seafarer Marine is YOUR source for
Hardwoods and Plywood
Custom woodworking, carpentry
and millwork. Licensed and insured.
3100 SW 3rd Ave., Ft.Laud. 33315.
MARINE TRADES REFERRAL NETWORK
763-4263 766-9966


SPECIALTY FINISHING- Woodgraining,
Pickling & Colour-Matching.
Call Patti Sehi 524-0783.

STEVEN SOLER MARINE CAPENTER
First class cabinetry and interiors
power or sail- complete refits. Refs
Please call at 484-0845.

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.


FT LAUD SPACIOUS WATERFRONT HOME-
deep water tropical spanish court
yd. 2-level deck cent air/heat 33'
fam&liv rm Must see to appreciate.
Call for details 305-761-3427.


Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place a Classified Ad. 524-9464


POMPANO CONDO/HOMES WITH DOCKAGE
*1/1 $75,000 deep water dock to 80'
*2/2 $159,00 to 38' plus pvt beach
*3/2 $350,000. 5 minutes to inlet
*2/2 $69,000 up to 40' @ l1/foot.
Don Ingram Realfor 943-8601
DANIA DUPLEX- 75' ocean access. Up-
dated 3/2 & den,util rm, shed. P:-.
1/1 apt rents for 445/mo $140,000.
10% down financing avail. 923-1013
BEST WATERFRONT VALUE IN FT. LAUD.-
170' on water-ocean access-no fixed
bridge! Lots of dock for use/rental
3/2 cent a/c-pool-spa-sprinklers!!!
New River hideaway 215K 305-979-9049



REAL ESTATE NOTICE

Buying Or Selling Real Estate In The
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.


ATTENTION:
BOAT SHOW PATRONS!
Elevate your i,,--w-. on a
gigantic advertising balloon.
Above the crowd!


Fort Lauderdale
BALLOON
COMPANY


(305) 779-1831
77!-1835
Fax: 522-5174


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Location specific.
National installation
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100s of balloons in stock
for rental or sale.
Color specific designed
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theme or logo.
Quick delivery service;
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& ASSOCIATES. REALTORS
(305, 462-5770


YACHTSMAN'S DREAMI! 90' of waterfront on wide,
scenic water-way! Extensively remodeled 3/3 with
fabulous kitchen & baths. Beautiful pool, deck, jacuzzi
& patio bar. JUT LISTED $450,000.
212' NEW RIVERI! Approx. 212' of waterfront, directly
on so. fork of Now River. Very wooded, approx. 3/4
acre lotwith an old Florida 3/2 home. $299,500.
WATERFRONT TOWNHOUSE-S.E. Ft. Laud-NO
BRIDGES! Contemporarily furnished 3 story, pvt.
elevator, rooftop patio, 50' covered boat slip. Asking
$329,000 -will consider trades.
MOTIVATED SELLERS JUST REDUCED! Citrus
Isles large 3/2 model, screen room with custom spa,
new dock & seawall. 65' on deep canal Only
$193,500.
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. JUST
REDUCED-Only $119,000!
CITRUS ISLES-Just Listed-2 bedroom with central
air, garage and 55' dock-now being renovated with
new kitchen, carpet, paint, etc. $179,900.
CITRUS ISLES Deepwater completely upgraded 3
bedroom, 2 bath with large master bedroom and bath.
Central A/C. New kitchen. Decking. $199,500.
OCEAN ACCESS DUPLEX-2 bdrm, 2 bath on each
side with central air. 2 docks on 75' of water.
$198,900.
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).
1/1 .$57,900 2/1/1/2 $65,000 2/2 $79,900
1/1/1/2 69,900 2/2 69,900 2/2 92,900
1/1/1/2 72,900 2/2 77,000 2/2 .124,900
2/2 79,000 2/2 149,900
River Reach rentals also available $625-850
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"/ Have Qualified Buyersl"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. LasOlas s Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(305)462-5770
Uvlng and Working on the New River
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SHauling to 70 tons
* Awl-Grip Painting
Specialists
*i Expert Brush Painters and
Varnishers
11 Full Rigging Services
H Custom Spars and Spar
Repair
a1 Mechanical, Electrical and
Piping Repair and Service
1 Custom Carpentry
n Free Local Vessel Pickup and Delivery
with work order over $1000.
i Custom Wooden Spar
Fabrication and Repair
H Full Fiberglass Repair
and Reconditioning
13 Metal Fabrication including
Stainless Steel, Aluminum,
MIG and TIG Welding
E On-Site Sandblasting
Lg Long-Term Storage
Wet and Dry
gi Transient Wet Dockage
* Parts, Supplies, Hardware
* New Boat Commissioning
Including Electronics
* 24-hour security
i On-site Brokerage Services


Power or Sail: Under 40'


Bottom Coat
Micron CSC
Seahawk Cukote
Trinidad
Unipoxy
Vinylux


$7.50/ft.
12.00/ft.
11.50/ft.
11.00/ft.
9.50/ft.
9.00/ft.


40-59' Over 59'


$8.50/ft.
13.00/ft.
12.50/ft.
12.00/ft.
10.50/ft.
10.00/ft.


$9.50/ft.
14.00/ft.
13.50/ft.
13.00/ft.
11.50/ft.
11.00/ft.


Offer good through October 31st, 1989.
Prices include haul-out, pressure cleaning and paint.
Scraping is not included.



!u~-Licane Insurance
Don't be left out in the storm!
Guarantee your four-day slip well
inland at River Bend Marina during
this hurricane season. The reservation
price is only $750 with a 50% refund if
no hurricane develops. In the event of
more than one hurricane, additional
four days will be $275. A limited
number of guaranteed slips are avail-
able so call now to reserve yours!
River Bend Marina will not be responsible for any weath-
er-related damage. All hurricane lines and fenders are to
be supplied and secured by owner and/or captain.

Call Hans Oxen, V.P./General Manager.
H River Bend Marina
1515 Southwest 20th St.,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
ri 305/523-1832
Fax 305/523-1876


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