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Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1991
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    Main: News
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    Main: Letters
        page 4
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    Main: Broward News
        page 6
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    Main: Palm Beach News
        page 8
    Main: Dade News
        page 9
    Main: Power Boats
        page 10
    Main: The Main Brace
        page 11
    Main: Sailing
        page 12
        page 13
    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
        page 14
        page 15
    Main: Sailing
        page 16
    Main: Cruising
        page 17
    Main: Swimming
        page 18
        page 19
    Main: Commerce
        page 20
        page 21
    Main: Heritage
        page 22
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    Main: Classifieds
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Waterfront


News


South Florida's Nautical Newspaper


Golden edition of world's largest boat show planned


Scheduled for February 16-20, 1991, the Golden
Edition of the Miami International Boat Show and the
Miami International Sailboat Show the south's only
in-water sail show will feature a worldwide variety
of marine-related products to appeal to every type of
boating enthusiast, with bargains and specials to fit
every type of budget.
The 1991 Miami International Boat Show, at the
Miami Beach Convention Center, will feature a record
number of exhibitors including several companies
which have exhibited since the very first show. Along
with affordable runabouts, ski boats, fishing boats,
high-performance racers and luxury yachts, there will
be all types of engines, accessories and marine related
services. The event will cover more than two million
square feet inside and outside the convention center.
Outside, the boat show's Outdoor Exhibition will
be located on the west side of the convention center,
offering a comprehensive and glittering display of
marine products from around the world.
Visitors to the show can get "refreshed" at the
dozens of food and beverage areas located inside and
outside the convention center. From homemade fudge
to the good old American hot dog, this show will have
it all.
In celebration of the Miami International Boat
Show's 50th edition, historical displays will be
sponsored by the show. In addition, several
companies will also present historical memorabilia and
displays at their exhibits.
An assortment of other nautical gift items, ranging
in all price categories, such as clothing, jewelry, deck
shoes and more will be available at the Marine Mart
mezzanine section of the convention center.
Both the Skywalk Pavilion and the Marine Mart
will provide show-goers the opportunity to carry away
their purchases of the day.
The Miami International Boat Show's tradition of
excellence will continue at the Biscayne Bay Marriott
Marina, where the show's all-power in-water
exhibition will be back for another exciting year. A full
fleet of powerboats, ranging in size from small
runabouts to all types of yachts, will fill the entire
marina.
Meanwhile, at the International Yacht Harbor
(formerly the Miami Beach Marina), the Luxury Yacht


-page 14


Pier, a collection of the world's finest and most
expensive million-dollar yachts will make its debut.
"This year's boat show will feature a wider
selection of products from a greater number of
exhibitors than ever before," said show manager Lloyd
Yanis. "As there exists a real buyer's market for
marine products, consumers can expect to see even
more discounts and 'show specials' at the 1991
show."
Visitors to the show who find that "special"
bargain may then pay a visit to any of the number of
lenders on hand offering special financing packages.
Another introduction and special highlight of this
year's sailboat show will be the 1991 International
Sailing Conference, a series of seminars, meetings and
workshops. Programs will be held every day for the
public during the entire run of the show. There will be
no extra charge for any program.
The show's history has always included exciting
new features, and the 1991 show will be no exception.
One of the debuts this year will be the convention
center's new Skywalk Pavilion, located directly above
the main floor. This new area will give visitors the


chance to observe a magnificent panoramic view of the
world's largest boat show. In addition, the pavilion
will also feature-upscale retail marine products ranging
in price from $100 and up.
According to Yanis, visitors to the 1991 Miami
International Boat Show and Sailboat Show need not
feel overwhelmed by the show's size.
"We've come a long way from the first show to
become the world's largest boat show, but it's
important that we remain 'user-friendly,'" he said.
"Boats and products will be grouped together and
organized in an orderly fashion, allowing visitors to
take the best advantage of our size and variety while
concentrating on the products which are of the greatest
interest to them," he said. "We'll also have information
booths and prominently posted signs throughout the
convention center, offering additional guidance for
visitors."
One ticket allows same day entry to all three show
locations. Continuous free shuttlebus service will be
provided connecting all show sites and the huge
Sparking lot at the Park-and-Ride facility on Watson
Island.


Sailboat show's on a historic site


By SUSAN B. PETERSON
In the 1926 hurricane, many boats were wrecked
in South Florida, among them, a huge five-masted
schooner, the Rose Mahoney. The 400-footer was
blown up on land and lay at the south side of Miami's
municipal docks for more than two years until the
salvage contract was awarded to Capt. J.O. Webster,
who bid $7,435 on a "no cure, no pay" basis.
Capt. J.O. Webster's own salvage business and yard
was located at the site of the present-day Miami
International Sailboat Show.
Webster, an experienced salvor and marine
contractor who built the jetties from Government Cut
to Jupiter Inlet, planned to cut the vessel down so that
he could rebuild either the bow or the stern part of the
keel into a barge. He was to remove the Rose
Mahoney within several months of receiving the
contract in December, 1928, and he did. It was an
enormous job.
The bowsprit, measuring 102 feet, became a mast
for the Miami aquarium ship. Timbers from the Rose
Mahoney were used to build Webster's new tugboat,
Thelma, the largest tug built in Miami up to that time.
The large masts were sent to Atlanta.
Capt. Webster's nephew, Weston Franklin
Hempstead, worked on the Rose Mahoney contract


and the jetty building jobs and kept diaries, which his
son, Wcs Hempstead Jr. shared with us for this
article. Following are excerpts from these diaries:
-1926-
Sept. 14. Went to Baker's Haulover and put rock
out on jetties. Tide strong, dragged our moorings,
dropped inside at high tide.
Sept. 17. Victor and I went to Coconut Grove and
got a big scow loaded with rock. Started out. Heavy
north wind. Not making much headway. Went to city
dock and tied up big scow and two tow boats. OK.
Went to Webster's house. I called up the weather
bureau and they told me a hurricane was centered at
Nassau and would hit Miami at early mom."
The hurricane did hit on Sept. 8, and devastation
followed.
Sept. 19. The weather has cleared up and
everyone is suffering from the effects of the storm ...
lots of houses have disappeared the ambulances
and trucks are hauling injured and dead people to the
city. I took Pop's Dodge down to Webster's and I
walked over to the docks. The big scow-load of rock
sits up on the dock. The towboat Eugene is setting up
(intact) on the east side of Bayshore Drive with a mess
of other boats and tugs; the other towboat sunk in 20
PLEASE SEE ROSE, page 23






2 Waterfront News February 1991 News


Editor's log
The Pompano Beach Seafood Festival has
been cancelled by the Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Reacting to a City
Commission directive requiring the chamber to turn
over 60 percent of the next festival's proceeds to
charity and cap the chamber's own profits at $25,000,
the sponsor of the seafood festival for the past five
years claims it could not afford to produce the event.
The city would also no longer contribute $15,000
worth of police protection and garbage pickups to the
event.
The seafood festival had been scheduled for April
27-28. The chamber needs city approval to hold the
event on the beachfront and public streets.. There are
reports that the city is thinking of having its own
seafood festival, but the chamber has supposedly
threatened to sue if they do.
The Pompano Fishing Rodeo is uneffected
by the sea festival's demise and is scheduled for May
10-11, according to tournament organizers. The past


two years, the seafood festival and fishing rodeo were
held the same weekend with the tournament's award
ceremony being held on the beach at the height of the
festival. Plus, thousands of festival goers would
witnessthe sinking of an artificial reef sponsored by
the rodeo off shore during the seafood festival.
A waterfront park has been approved by the
City of Wilton Manors for the north fork of Middle
River despite pleas from some residents of
neighboring Highland Estates. Plans for the new park
include canoe launching facilities, a fishing pier and a
police substation. Local residents fear a park will
become a haven for drug dealers in a neighborhood
already suffering a crime problem. City officials feel a
park and police personnel presence will benefit the
area.
A sailing race to Cuba is being considered by
one of the sponsors of the Lauderdale to Key West
Race. The Storm Trysail Club wants to sail to Cuba as
early as 1992. The club is considering a race from Key
West to Varadero, a beach resort 50 miles east of
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its downtown location for 43 years, where Harrison
and Baron's sons continue the business with Baron.
The City of Miami is thinking of letting a mistake
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residential areas. A flawed zoning code currently
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private marinas and in residential canals. The city
commission is considering a revision the code to allow
live-aboards in marinas, ban the lifestyle in residential
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Lauderdale Isles setback proponent responds


To the Editor:
This letter is in reference to the "Editors Log"
section of your November 1990 issue. [See also
"Lauderdale Isles setbacks ." Waterfront News,
page 6, December 1990.]
You initiated a phone call to me after either the
August or September meeting of the Marine Advisory
Board. Your lead question was about resident dock
renting and was I for or against it. I replied I'm not
opposed and don't know how that rumor got started. I
asked how you came about this information, who did
you talk to and your answer was very vague; you
didn't come up with a name or reference. It's obvious
to me that it came from someone who attended the
SMarine Advisory Board meetings or associated with
them.
The article caused a great deal of confusion and
misunderstanding among some residents here in the
Isles. I want to set the record straight of what took
place.
S Because of recent mooring property line violations,
I went to the Marine Advisory Board [MAB] on
SAugust 8, 1990 and requested they look into this
matter. MAB Chairman John Grady had his staff look
into it and at the October 4, 1990 meeting the staff
reported approximately 35-40 violations of various
types: mooring, boats too large, suspected business
operating, some rafting, etc. The Board felt there was
[sic] not enough mooring violations to pursue a change
on mooring. A meeting on October 11, 1990 took
place with Mr. George Counts [President of the
Lauderdale Isles Civic Improvement Association] and
the Isles association trustees. I briefed them on the
MAB findings. It was discussed and a consensus was
that if any proposals or recommendations were to be
made, it would be for a five-foot mooring setback.
Myself, Mr. Counts and others are aware that the MAB
operated on an advisory capacity only. Additionally,
any change to Ord. 88-17 affects all waterway areas
including Lauderdale Isles, all of unincorporated
Broward County.
At this point, I'd like to refer to my letter of August
29, 1990 to the Marine Advisory Board [in] which I
said "We need to receive input from those concerned."
Mr. Counts as president and the trustees haven't
yet decided, nor have they had time to organize any
action they might take.
My purpose at the November 1, 1990 meeting was
to advise the MAB of this fact. At this meeting, some
of the residents voiced their opinions based ,on the
article. Someone took the article, attached a flyer to it,
and sent it around the neighborhood and at the MAB
meeting. Some of the information on the flyer is not
correct and misleading. I never received one in the
neighborhood. I asked for one at the MAB meeting.
One of the board members, Mr. John Schlegal,
interrupted the discussion to put things in perspective.


He stated the procedure. The matter was tabled, no
motion to unable and based on my opening statement
that no decision was made and we shouldn't even be
talking about this.
The article started out: "Lauderdale Isles residents
are trying to convince," etc. Not true. The convincing
state isn't a factor yet no decision to pursue this has
been determined.
Further in "Reed and the LICA are planning to
go," etc. Not true either as I've previously explained
ref. time, notification to all concerned and decisions
made.
Looking from another point of view, I can see the
confusion and misunderstanding. I feel that these
people don't understand the system, how the process
works.
No one individual, or small groups of individuals
can change anything without due process or proper
notification. There are safeguards throughout the
system to protect all of us against any action of this
type.
Al Reed
Lauderdale Isles


To the Editor:
There is a saying that goes: "Beware the sleeping
dog," or something like that. No matter. The sleeping
dog in this story is the Florida Marine Patrol, (FMP),
or, to be more specific, Col. Don Ellingsen.
After last year's legislative session during which
our industry was battered from within and without,
Col. Ellingsen quietly began his preparation in
Tallahassee.
Announced in the latter part of October, the FMP
plan is yet another grab for funding that equates to a

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Waterfront neighborhood tour termed 'a great success'


To the Editor:
On behalf of the members of the Sailboat Bend
Civic Association I wish to express our sincere
appreciation for the publicity given by The Waterfront
News for our Fourth Annual House & Garden Tour
last Sunday.
I am happy to report to you that our Sunday Tour
was a great success, achieving our attendance and fund-
raising goals and surpassing our previous attendance
records, with visitors from Dade and Broward
Counties, winter visitors and even pursers from the
Holland America Line joining enthusiastically with our
Fort Lauderdale and Broward neighbors.
Interested members of the public could not have
learned about our Tour without the sort of attractive


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is through the receipts from these non-profit Tours that
we will be able to continue our neighborhood
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Please convey our appreciation also to concerned
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Editor's note: The Lauderdale Isles Civic
Improvement Association will be holding a general
meeting 8 p.m., Thursday, January 31, at St. Ambrose
Church, 2250 SW 31 Avenue. The agenda includes
the election of 1991 association officers. The meeting
notice circulated within the neighborhood also
mentioned the setback issue.
"Despite reports in a paper and by those
distributing circulars and petitions, no officer or
member of your Civic Association has made a request
to alter waterway or dock setbacks here. [Broward
County] Marine Advisory Committee members
indicate they will not consider this until 80 percent of
our residents request it," wrote civic association
president George Counts, apparently distancing
himself and his association from Reed.
The Marine Advisory Committee [MAC] has in
fact ruled that that body will not revisit the setback
issue unless directed to by the Chairperson of the
Broward County Commission or the County
Administrator.
Reed has reportedly requested from the county a
copy of the November MAC meeting minutes at which
he was rebuffed by the committee.


tax on boat operators. Like last year's failed bill, the
current proposal simply requires a $12 fee after an
applicant passes a simple test. There is still no mention
of a comprehensive education program for all boaters,
and, just as bad, a grandfather clause for persons
operating boats prior to October 1992 -just the group
who have been involved in the accidents that have
sparked the legislative push in the first place.
To make matters worse, the NMMA [National
Marine Manufacturers Association] is, once again,
pushing for the passage of the bill. The association
contends that a simple license will be "less onerous" to
the boating public than a mandatory education law.
This year, however, perhaps some sense will
prevail. The board of the MIAF has voted to back an
education package. Furthermore, Representative
Marion Lewis, this year's chairman of the Palm Beach
County Legislative Delegation, has expressed her
approval of an education bill, a view that is shared by a
number of experienced legislators.
Mark Masciarotte
West Palm Beach

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Question-
You know the song "Nobody Knows The
Troubles I Have?" I have them. I bought a boat at an
auction sale. Got carried away with the bidding and
bought an older wooden boat that is a disaster. Worms,
rot under the paint, engine needs an overhauling and
electric wires and instruments need replacing. Looked
the boat over before I bought it and have no recourse.
Should I take my loss or try to repair it enough so
that I can sell it?
Sims
Answer-
Why try to stick it to someone else? You know
how you feel. I would get an estimate on the cost of
getting that boat in good shape and use it. You liked it
when you bought it, you may like it when you get it in
usable shape and enjoy it.
If you bought it right and can repair it reasonably, I
would keep the boat.
Al

Q-
My boat is a mess in the bilges: oil, water, and
since I bought it from an avid fisherman it smells to
high heaven from, I suppose, bait and whatever fell in.
Runs OK and everything works and the price was
right, but oh, that stink!
What to do?
Sylvia
A-
I know, I know. I do inspections and some people
should not have boats. If the smell is overpowering I
worry about the condition of the rest of the boat. Well,
first you will have to flush and hose out the boat in all
crannies and comers. Scrape and use a good cleaner or
bleach and a good non-flammable solvent until you get
most of it out. Take a half cup of detergent and let it
slosh around for a few days. The rocking of the boat
will really clean it up. Pump and flush again and try
not to pump overboard. Put all dirt and water in
containers and dispose of properly.
Put on a few stick-ons. It will help.
A


Q _
I have just bought a small sailboat with a Yanmar
diesel engine in it for power. While I know nothing
about diesel engines, I read the manual that came with
the boat. It mentions changing the zincs in the engine
and the regular maintenance of this engine. I can
change the oil and the filters etc. But where are these
zincs? I do not have a picture or diagram to show
where to start.
Can you tell me where to look as I thought zincs
were on the shafts or rudders etc.
Philip
A-
Zincs are on shafts and struts, etc., under the boat
and grounded to the motor to prevent corrosion and
electrolysis. Many motors have internal zincs to protect
them in case you do not replace the zincs that are on
the hardware on the boat.
The Yanmar has two zincs in the motor, one in the
block at the rear and one in the front that screws into a
holder. The rear one is on a plate with four bolts that
the zinc screws into. Most marine stores stock them
and DO change them as they really disintegrate over a
period of time. That rear plate is also a clean-out plate.
Al

To all who read this column-
May you have carefree boating for '91.
Big Al

Q-
I have a six-cylinder Lehman diesel in my trawler
that runs swell and shuts off when I turn off the motor
and starts fine, but I'm a little worried now. One of my
so-called buddies told me a horror story about a diesel
engine runaway. Wouldn't shut off with a switch
engine. Tore itself to pieces speeding up and would
not shut down. Now I have a feeling of apprehension
that it won't shut off when I turn the key or my throttle
won't control the fuel pump.
Hey, what could you really do?
John
A-
Let me set your mind at ease. These stories have
been around for years and I've heard them all.
First, the throttle control has to fall off or
disengage. Second, the fuel solenoid switch has to fail
to shut off the fuel that feeds the engine. Both have to
happen to allow the engine to run free. Now, diesel
engines run on air and fuel. All fuel lines must have
shutoff valves to be legal. Find out where yours is and


Paint it red or tag it. That's one.
Now, find you air intake and I assure you if you
plug that with a towel or hat or anything available that
engine will stop.
Enjoy your boat of all engines diesels are the
safest.
Al

Editor's note: "Big Al" is a marine engine instructor
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Courtesy Marine Inspections at the USCG Auxiliary
Base, 700 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, most
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6 Waterfront News February 1991 Broward News



Lauderdale candidates discuss waterfront issues


With Fort Lauderdale in the midst of city-wide
election campaigns, the Waterfront News thought a
waterfront quizzing of the candidates for mayor and
commissioner seats would be of interest to our
readership. The city is wrestling with its identity and
an older generation of leadership is handing of the
baton of political power to a younger.
Candidates were asked five questions that required
just a yes or no, for or against answers. Politicians
were allowed to supplement their one-word answers
with comments. Their one-word answers are listed in
the "box score" (see right). The candidates' comments
are examined below.
The Mayoral Race
City Commission Jim Naugle and former Broward
County School Board Chairman Neil Sterling are
locked in an apparently tight race to succeed marina
owner Bob Cox as Mayor of Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Joe
Smith may serve as spoiler forcing Naugle and Sterling
into a runoff in March if no one gets over 50 percent of
the vote.
None of the three mayoral candidates will come
straight out and support the right of waterfront
property owners to rent out their dock space. Sterling
and Naugle are against "the abusers;" but, both "talk"
about zoning "self-determination" within appropriate "
waterfront neighborhoods where there is "strong
support." Smith, a chiroprator, says he is opposed to
dock rentals within R-1 and R-1A zones.
When it comes to the "L-word," Naugle and Smith
say that live-aboards are an asset to the community so
long as the boaters properly dispose of their sewage
and are moored in areas zoned for such utilization.
Sterling views live-aboards as both a problem and an
asset for the waterfront community.
All three mayoral candidates would like to see a
tunnel where the 17th Street Causeway now stands.
Naugle maintains that a hotel based at the convention
center will "not work without a tunnel." Smith is
worried an expensive tunnel may tap already tax-
burdened waterfront property owners.
"If costs make [a tunnel] prohibitive," Sterling
said, "[he] will support a new bridge."
The Commissioners
Incumbent City Commissioner Carlton Moore
prefers a tall fixed bridge over the Intracoastal
Waterway (ICW) at 17th Street. Moore, unopposed in
his Third District, looks upon such a span as a
landmark and vantage point for Port Everglades and
the city's waterways, much like Golden Gate Bridge is
to San Francisco Bay.
District Four Commissioner Doug Danziger is the
other unopposed incumbent. While opposed to R-1
dock rentals, he thinks the debate going about the issue
has been constructive, making Danziger "more
sensitive to marine issues."
"People on both sides have been talking,"
observed Danziger, "and have a better understanding
of each other."
Commissioner Moore is undecided about the
dockage issue. He's against allowing rentals city-wide;
but beyond that, Moore sees, "Pro's and con's" on
both sides of the debate.
The Southwest
Lawyer Jack Latona is vying with realtor Bruce
Tyrrell and publisher Carmen Diaz Fabian to fill


Naugle's Fourth District seat. All three are for
allowing residential dock rentals and a tunnel. Their
district straddles the New River and the finger canals
that spread out from the river's North and South forks.
Fabian and Latona view live-aboards as an asset.
Latona qualifies his support for live-aboards with
concerns about pollution and density problems such
activities impact the city. He is wary of the "unfair
drain on the tax base" live-aboards impose on
waterfront neighborhoods.
Fabian gives her unqualified support to live-
aboards as an asset to the city's image.
Tyrrell views live-aboards as "neither an asset or a
problem" to community.
Tyrrell and Fabian favor a "No Wake Zone" for
the entire ICW within Fort Lauderdale. Latona is
undecided.
"I'm not sure that's the answer," Latona replied.
District Two
Sheila Harrigan has drawn five contenders for her
commission seat.
Wooden sign maker Joe Hcssman lives on the
beachfront and lists "beach revitalization" plans of the
city as one of his "major concerns." He favors the
expansion of city docking facilities at Birch/Las Olas
parkland, but strongly opposes developers having
direct access to the beach.
Cary Keno, a jeweler, narrowly lost to Harrigan
three years ago and hopes benefit from the experience


and exposure. A licensed boat captain and member of
the Coast Guard Auxiliary, is against dock rentals in
residential neighborhoods; but, "if every thing is
enforced and legal," Keno thinks live-aboards are an
asset to the city.
Retired photographer Joe Wagstaff is for
residential dock rentals but is concerned about the
waterfront property tax structure and the effects
rezoning would have on the pocketbook. "Some" live-
aboards are assets to the community, but not all, says
Wagstaff.
Businessman Jay Litz is for dock rentals and live-
aboards as long as they are properly dispose of their
sewage. He opposes a tunnel given the current
"economic climate and complexities." The former boat
owner favors a "No Wake" zone for the ICW if the
"marine community favors speed limit reductions."
Former city administrator Laura Ward wants to
"wait and see" what the Waterways Master Plan
Committee recommends concerning dock rentals.
Harrigan states, "I would like to see more
vocational marine maintenance training programs in
our schools." The incumbent concludes, "This concept
could be a great business incubator."
She prefers a bridge to a tunnel; "but, a tunnel is
acceptable."
"Considering a bridge would be one-third the cost
and more aesthetic," reflects Harrigan, "it is more
favorable to me."


Lauderdale candidate survey box score
* Are you for or against dock rentals in residential neighborhoods?
* Do you view live-aboards as a problem for or an asset to the community?
* Do you favor or disapprove of making a "no wake zone" the entire Intracoastal
Waterway within Fort Lauderdale?
* Are you for or against the construction of a tunnel at SE 17th Street Causeway?
* Should developers have direct access to the beach?


Candidate
Mayor-
Naugle
Smith
Sterling
Commissioner 1-
Danziger (i)
Commissioner 2-
Harrigan (i)
Hessman
Keno
Litz
Wagstaff
Ward
Commissioner 3-
Moore (i)
Commissioner 4-
Fabian
Latona
Tyrrell
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Waterfront aquarium in a fiscal fishbowl


By GLORIA KATZ
The New World Aquarium supporters will be
regrouping and looking at their project in a new light.
After a meeting with Florida's Education
Commissioner Betty Castor last month, it became
apparent that the Aquarium's $11.75 million in
Castor's budget may be in jeopardy.
Castor was enthusiastic about the idea but
suggested holding off a year and encouraged revised
plan for state Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO)
money, said School Board Chairman Bob Parks who
was present at the meeting.
"Our new strategy is to keep the committee intact,
but to re-evaluate and pursue the idea," said Parks,
who is also a member of the New World Aquarium
Board.
The School Board was uncomfortable with the
project because there were too many unknowns and
the educational benefits were hazy, said Parks. Now
aquarium supporters can refocus and begin to work
on the educational component.
The aquarium seems to have become a political
football.with a misplaced focus on its use as a tourist-
oriented fish tank. The true story, says Parks, is that it
was to be an educational research center tied in with
the arts, science and education district in downtown
Fort Lauderdale.
"It's an environmental educational facility," said
Sherri Kovac Kimbel, executive director. In fact,
teachers and science curriculum specialists were
present at the meeting with Castor. Approximately
47,000 school children would be using the aquarium a
year.
"An aquarium in Broward would provide
educators with innovative an participatory
educational programs available to all teachers and
students," says teacher Karen M. Blyler, president of
the Florida Marine Education Association in a letter
circulated to newspapers.
Parks admitted the original price was extravagant
at $58 million. The major source of funding was to be
from PECO funds with secondary funding coming
from federal grants, national and Florida foundations,
and corporate grants. The City of Fort Lauderdale
voted to contribute $3.3 million mostly in land situated
near the New River at SW Second St. and Fourth,
Ave.


To scale back the project, Tom Panza, president of
the Aquarium's board of directors, has suggested
meeting with the engineers and architects to determine
if the educational objectives and goals can be metjust
as well with a $28 or $30 million project as a $58
million one.
"I just wanted to stop, step back and look at the
educational components, meet with the architect and
talk to Commissioner Castor and find out what she
thought," Panza said.
He has recommended waiting to July to resubmit
plans, meanwhile developing materials of educational
value to present to the public and still pursuing private

Florida gets $3.69 million
for 17th Street tunnel
WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Rep. E. Clay
Shaw of Fort Lauderdale announced Tuesday that
$3.69 million to begin funding for the 17th Street
Tunnel was delivered to Florida in December.
The funds, to be used for preliminary engineering
and environmental studies for the project, was
appropriated in the fiscal year 1991 Transportation
Appropriations Act and will be made available to the
Florida Department of Transportation.
"Each development brings us closer to the reality,"
Shaw said of the tunnel planned to carry traffic under
the Intracoastal Waterway at SE 17th Street Causeway.
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"It may delay us six months or a year, but
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project should stand on its own merits."
The deadline to put the project in next year's
education budget would be August 1, 1991. That
would mean no planning money would be incoming
until 1992. Planning money amounts to $600,000.
Meanwhile, Kimbel, the present director of the
aquarium project, is working under a grant given two
years ago. The money is due to run out in March but
Kimbel, who says they are not giving up, has pledged
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8 Waterfront News February 1991 Palm Beach News


Artificial reef experiments to be conducted off Palm Beach


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
A University of Miami marine biology professor
will be conducting research experiments off Palm
Beach County's shores using artificial reef modules to
determine the best designs for future reef sinking
projects.
Dr. Alina Szmant, a professor of marine biology
and fisheries at the University of Miami, has received a
$100,000 grant from the Florida Sea Grant program to
conduct the two-to-five-year study, in conjunction
with Palm Beach County's Department of
Environmental Resource Management (DERM).


DERM will construct the artificial reef modules and
then deposit them in about forty (40) feet of water off
the beach at the Southern Boulevard Bridge. Eighteen
modules of differing complexities will be constructed
and set out in replicate groups.
Dr. Szmant talked about the purpose of the
experiment, stating, "We're trying to see if we can
design a better artificial reef for use in Florida waters,
which will not only aggregate fish but create a new
food source for fish and the rest of the marine
material."
Szmant continued that most of the artificial reefs


Palm Beach County's reef program


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
As the destruction of offshore reefs has risen, so
has the need for artificial reef programs such as the one
initiated by Palm Beach County in 1985.
Coordinated by Palm Beach County's Department
of Environmental Resource Management (DERM), the
artificial reef program has spawned new marine
habitats in several offshore sites throughout the
county.
Since 1985, twelve artificial reefs have been
deposited off the county's shores either north or south
of four major inlets Jupiter, Lake Worth, Boynton
and Boca Raton.
The deposition program is funneled through the
Artificial Reef and Estuarine Enhancement Committee,
a 16-member board established by the Palm Beach
County Board of Commissioners in 1985. In
1990, the committee was endowed with the additional
responsibility of restoring beaches and estuaries.
Restoring the Lake Worth Lagoon and Loxahatchee
River are just two of the many projects to be
undertaken by the committee and DERM.
Funding for the artificial reef sinking projects
comes primarily from the county's vessel registration
fees and an annual grant from the Department of
Natural Resources.
James Vaughn, an environmentalist with DERM,
related that the latest artificial reef was sunk in
December just north of the Jupiter Inlet. Known as
Miss Jenny, the 55-foot dredge barge was dropped in
90-feet of water along with 300 tons of concrete
donated by Martin County as part of a joint venture
with Palm Beach.
Vaughn stated that Miss Jenny was a derelict
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Many of these vessels are just not complex enough
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of the event.
"Ocean Pals Florida" is a regional contest,
branching from Beneath The Seas, Ocean Pals contest,
in its fourth year. Winners from the Florida contest
may go on to compete in a National competition
sponsored by Beneath The Sea.
Prizes will be awarded to a first place winner in the
kindergarten through 6th grade category and another
for the 7th through 12th grades. The teachers of the
first place winners will receive prizes also. Students
placing first through honorable mentions will receive
award ribbons, Payette said.
Marine life and its environment is the theme central
to the contest (with variations) each year. The 1990-
1991 theme is "Come With Me and Touch the Sea."
Prize winners will be announced via an audio visual
show of the finalists posters at Ocean Expo '91
International March 15-17, 1991 in Miami at the
"Evening of Entertainment" Saturday night, Payette
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The contest must be approved by each school
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10 Waterfront News February 1991 Power Boats
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Guide offered to help short-circuit boat electrical fires


Many boat fires caused by electrical system failure
can be prevented, according to a national organization
of recreational boat owners, which has produced a
free "Self-Inspection Guide for 12-Volt Electrical
Systems" to help skippers identify potential trouble
spots.
Produced by the Boat Owners' Association of the
United States U.S. Damage Avoidance Program, the
fact-filled guide contains a comprehensive checklist on
the proper installation, regular inspection and routine
maintenance of boat electrical systems.

Fuel saving tips for boaters
Both motorists and boat owners are feeling the
pinch of the nickel per gallon increase in the federal
excise tax on gas approved by Congress and signed
into law by President Bush which went into effect on
December 1.
The gas tax increase will cost the nation's boaters
an added $50 million per year. However, half of the
tax collected will be deposited in the Aquatic Resources
(Wallop/Breaux) Trust Fund. This fund is used to
support state and Coast Guard boating safety,
education and law enforcement efforts. Over $120
million per year is now collected from boaters and
deposited in the fund.
To cope with the rising price of gas, Boat Owners
Association of the United States, a national
organization of recreational boat owners, offers these
simple fuel-saving tips:
Make sure the engine is properly tuned.
Use the correct propeller size. Replace props
with damaged blades.
Clean the bottom of the boat. Barnacles, weeds,
etc. can be the most serious threat to engine
performance.
Extra weight reduces performance. Don't carry
more gas or water than you need for an outing. Drain
the bilges. Store unneeded supplies and equipment
ashore.
As you "trim" the boat, maintain RPMs at the
level recommended by the manufacturer.
Reduce wind resistance by keeping canvas bow
shelters and Bimini tops down and furled until needed
for protection, from the elements.
Take advantage of favorable tides and currents.


According to the guide, more than 25 percent of
all boat fires are caused by failure of the boat's 12-
volt electrical system. A short-circuit can generate
temperatures hot enough to melt steel or instantly
ignite other boatbuilding materials, while stray current
from an improperly installed electrical system can
destroy bronze hull fittings in a matter of days.
Some tips from this free guide include:
1. Equip your vessel with a panelboard for fuses
or circuit-breakers. The most common cause of
electrical fires aboard boats can be traced to the lack of
circuit protection. A distribution panelboard, with
built-in circuit-breakers or fuses, is the best place to
hook up accessories.
2. Install a master battery disconnect switch which
is accessible without opening engine spaces. A master
switch provides a means of instantly cutting off the
source of power if an electrical short occurs.
3. All 12-volt wiring should be of adequate size to
handle the required load (amperage rating of the
accessory and length of wire). Undersized wiring
increases resistance which creates heat, causing
insulation to crack or melt. Longer wires need to be
larger-sized (a smaller gauge number) than shorter
wires.
4. Replace wiring if there are signs of wear or
overheating. Even moisture and heat-resistant
insulation can deteriorate over time when exposed to
water and/or sunlight, or when it is subjected to more
current than it was designed for.
5. Wires should be clear of bilges and other areas
where water and oil can accumulate. Insulation will
deteriorate rapidly when allowed to stand in water or
soak in oil. Stray electrical current from wiring that is
allowed to sag into bilge water can eause corrosion of
thru-hull fittings and fasteners.
6. Make sure all connections are tight, clean, free
of corrosion and protected from drips and spray.
Corrosion can be caused by exposure to moisture or
incompatible metals such as an aluminum screw or
steel washer in contact with copper wire.
7. If you use an automotive-type battery charger
to charge your boat's batteries, it should never be
installed aboard or attached to the batteries while the
batteries are connected to the electrical system.


Automotive battery chargers are not ignition-protected
and can cause an explosion when used in confined
spaces. If connected to batteries connected to the
boat's electrical system, stray current can cause rapid
deterioration of underwater metal fittings.
8. If you detect problems with your boat's
electrical system, consider hiring a marine surveyor or
marine electrician for an evaluation. If you are unsure
about installing electrical equipment, use the services
of a professional.
To receive a free copy of the Self-Inspection
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The Main'Brace February 1991 Waterfront News 11
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Key West's 31st annual Old Island Days underway


By ANDY NEWMAN
KEY WEST, Florida Keys The 31st Annual Old
Island Days celebration promises five months of
festivities (Jan. 19-May 31) benefitting restoration and
preservation of this subtropical island's unique
architectural heritage.
Sponsored by the nationally recognized Old Island
Restoration Foundation, this new season features more
than 50 events, including three of the foundation's
own internationally acclaimed House and Garden
Tours, Fourth Annual Flagging of the Old Island
Armada and 29th Annual Conch Shell Blowing
Contest. Also scheduled are the Ninth Annual Key


West Literary Seminar, arts and crafts exhibitions,
musicals, plays, concerts, ballets, beauty pageants,
bazaars, Massing of the Colors and Civil War re-
enactments.
The 1991 edition of Old Island Days begins with
the Oldest House Benefit Party on Jan. 19. The
foundation's popular House and Garden Tours, for
which tickets are $10, are scheduled to open to the
public 15 historic mansions and their gardens during
the weekends of Feb. 1-2, Feb. 15-16 and March 1-2.
Proceeds from the House and Garden Tours and
other fund-raising activities have enabled the non-profit:


foundation to donate, since its inception in 1960,
hundreds of thousands of dollars for restoration and
preservation of Key West public buildings and sites.
Historic structures benefitting from the foundation's
works include the Key West Lighthouse Museum, the
San Carlos Institute, the elegant red-brick Victorian
Key West Woman's Club and Key West's Old City
Hall.
With more than 3,100 structures designated as
official historic landmarks, Key West offers a wide
variety of architectural styles. Dominant influences are
Bahamian and New England styles, but such diverse
elements as Greek and Roman Classical Revival,
Victorian, Queen Anne, Creole and shotgun influences
may be found in dwellings ranging from cottages to
mansions. Since the restoration of the famous
Audubon House (named in honor of its most famous
visitor, world-renowned naturalist John James
Audubon) in 1960, jtist prior to when the historic
residence was to be razed to make way for a gasoline
station, many irreparable Key West structures have
been preserved with funds raised by the Old Island
Restoration Foundation.
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Southern Ocean Racing Conference


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Mar. 9
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Mar. 11
Mar. 12


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SPYC Triangles
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Ocean Race
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Six area yacht clubs are again marshalling their
forces to put on the 50th anniversary Southern Ocean
Racing Conference (SORC).
The 1991 SORC will begin in Tampa Bay on Feb.
28 with the St. Petersburg Yacht Club (SPYC)
Triangles. Five more sailboat races will follow through
Mar. 12. Four out of the last five contests will be
staged off Broward and Dade Counties.
Since 1941, when William Labrot's Stormy
Weather was the first SORC series winner, the
matches have been an annual event off southern
Florida's shores (except during the Second World War
years 1942 through 1946). Dick Bertram, Will
Irwin, Ted and Bill Pascoe have all been past SORC

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Lauderdale to Key West race times


January 10-11, 1991
Official Results
Listed by final ranking, yacht, skipper, length and
make, elapsed time, corrected time..
Class 1 (International Offshore Rule): 1.
Blue Yankee, Robert Towse, 43-foot Judel/Vrolljk, 17
hours, 55 minutes, nine seconds, 11 hours, nine
minutes, 29 seconds; 2. Idler, George David, 42
Joubert-Nivelt, 18:36:48, 11:32:41; 3. Congere, Bevin-
Koeppel, 82 Pedrick, 13:56:11, 12:03:55; 4.
Challenge America, Teddy Turner, 79 Farr, 14:12:39,
12:24:18.
Class 2 (International Measurement
System): 1. High Noon, Arthur Conway, 40 Tripp,
18:08:26, 15:32:58; 2. Rumors, Tim Woodhouse, 40
Tripp, 18:16:55, 15:37:59; 3. Top Gun, Charles
Schulman, 37 C&C, 19:19:09, 16:15:57; 4. Gem,
William Ziegler, 49 N/M, 16:27:05. *
Class 3 (J-44): 1. Tomahawk, T.K. Lowry, 44-
J, 17:17:11; 2. Equation, William Alcott, 44-J,
17:17:36; 3. Renegade, Kenneth G. Meade, 44-J,
17:22:18.
Class 4 (Performance Handicap Racing
Formula): 1. Fast, B.R. Flowers, 65 MacGregor,
15:31:33, 13:47:33; 2. Looker, Lorin Frank, 40
Crealock, 18:33:33, 13:53:33; 3. Games, Peter Pistor,
51 Swan, 18:44:55, 14:28:55.
Class 5 (PHRF-2): 1. Pipe Dream, Scott
Piper, 40-J, 18:47:09, 13:19:09; 2. Sarenee, David
Drysdale, St. Augustine, 40-J, 19:29:55, 13:53:55; 3.
Jack Knife, Jack Greenberg, 41-J, 19:39:08,
14:27:08.
Class 6 (PHRF-3): 1. Different Drummer, Ted
Naughton, 40 Fast, 18:31:13, 12:23:13; 2. Hot Stuff,
Alex Segev, 33 Hobie, 19:21:25, 13:23:25; 3. H-
Bomb, Smahay/Rogers/Haig, 19:32:39, 13:24:39.
Class 7 (PHRF-4): 1. Molly B, Jeffrey Strong,
42 SPA, 20:40:42, 13::20:42; 2. Odin, Larry Mero,
Cal 40, 21:14:12, 13:54:12; 3. Phantom, David
Prince/Laurie Branch, Cal 39, 21:16:55, 13:56:55.
Class 8 (PHRF-5): 1. September Song,
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Miss Maverick, Robert Modrick, 48 Custom,
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedi

TIME ADJUSTMENTS TO TIDE TABLE
High
Boca Inlet ....................... +08 Minutes .............
F E B Deerfield Beach ................... +12 ..............
Hillsboro Inlet ....................... -31 .................. .
Bahia Mar..........................-20 .................. .
199 f Port Everglades....................45 ....................
Dania Cut Off ..................... +45 .............
1 9 9 1 Davie Bridge...................... +40 ....................
Haulover Inlet ..................... +38 ...... ...
Government Cut (Miami) .............-39 ..........


I Baseline: Andrews Avenue over New River in Downtowr


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winter series. Call 943-3834. meeting, 6:30 p.m., Tigertail Lake/BCC, 7:30 p.m., Sunrise Middle School cafeteria, *Boating Class, For
*Palm Beach Sailing Club, winter lake Dania. Call 566-2489. Ft Lauderdale. Call 566-4071. Squadron, 7-week c
series. Call 746-9074. -South Florida Divers Scuba Club *Marine Council meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., 'Palm Beach Sail
*Riverside Park Civic Assoc., 4 p.m., executive board meeting, 7:30 p.m., TV 45 call for Dade location 856-0206. meeting, 747-6689.
Riverside Park Pavilion, Ft Lauderdale Bldg, Pembroke Rd.& 195. Call 989-7539. .Miami Waterfront Advisory Board, *South Florida Di
*Poetry in the Woods, 1:30-4:30 p.m., -Book Talk, Broward County Main 6 p.m., Miami City Hall, Coconut Grove, 7:30 p.m., Howard :
Secret Woods Nature Center, New River, Library, 10:30 a.m. Call 357-7401. call 579-6950. Beach. Call 923-1505,
2701 W.SR84, FtLauderdale. 566-7823 .Paintings of Florida's Keys, .Lighthouse Point Saltwater *South Florida
*Nature Walk, Secret woods Nature Watercolors by Millard Wells on exhibit, Sportsmen Association, meeting 7 p.m., 2500 Coral S
Center, Fort Lauderdale, 2 p.m. Call 791- Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale. Call 525- p.m., 566-1882. Club Manor. Call 5
1030. 5500.
High +2.1' +2.0' +1.9' +1.9' +1.8' +1.7'
Time 0554.1143.1819 0015.0640*1227*1906 0106.0730.1313-1954 0201.0821.
Low -0.3' -0.4' 0.0' -0.2' +0.4' 0.0' +0.1'

10 11 12 13
*Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, winter -Boating Skills & Seamanship, *Manatee Awareness Workshop, 7:30- .Gravity Waves,
series. Call 943-3834. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Fort Lauderdale, 4- 10pm, Fern Forest Park, Pompano Beach. Oceanographic Library,
*Gulfstream Sailing Club, ocean buys. week course, 8-10 p.m. Call 565-6415 or .Boating Class, U.S. Coast Guard -Navy League of I
Call 566-2489. 463-0034. Auxiliary, Fort Lauderdale, 8-10 p.m. Call board meeting. CallPJ
*Lap Swimming, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every *Hillsboro Inlet Improvement & 565-6415. *Ft Lauderdale,
day, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Maintenance District, meeting 7 p.m., .Palm Beach Sailing Club meeting, Plan meeting; 7 p.im.
Scabreeze, Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. Hillsboro Beach City Hall, call 764-1426. 6:30 p.m., North Palm Beach Country or 761-5000.
*Adult Water Aerobics, 9-10 a.m., *Miami Sierra Club, auction, Coral Club. Call 746-4648. -Williams: Islani
every day, Swimming Hall Fame Pool, Fort Gables Women's Club, 7:30 p.m. Call 895- .Gulfstream Sailing Club meeting, 8 meeting and bar-45-quI
Lauderdale, 523-0994. 0787. p.m., Beach Days Inn, Ft Lauderdale, call .Boating Safety. C
*Fundamentals in Canoeing, Quiet .Commodore's CluD, 11:30 a.m., 566-2489. 472-7614, Lighthou
Waters Park, Deerfield Beach, 360-1315 Flaming Pit, Pompano Beach. Call 276- Fort Lauderdale46244
7085 (WPB), 781-6649 (Bro).
High +1.7' +1.5' +1.8' +1.6' +1.9' +1.8' +2.0'
Time 0553.1220.1752 0030.0640-1308.1840 0115.0720-1347-1925 0157.0757.14
.w +0.4' 0.0' +0.3' -0.1' +0.2' -0.2' +

17 18 19 20
p President's Day *West Palm Beach Fishing Club, *South Florida Bt
rPalm Beach Sailing Club, winter lake 6Marine Electronics Class, Coral sportfishing seminar, 7 p.m., 832-6780. 7:30 p.m., Penrod's B
series. Ca 746-9074. Ridge Power Squadron. Call467-7024. CAT 44 Club, 7:30 p.m., Pierce Street 1 Ocean Dr., South:
*Pearl Harbor Survivors Assoc., 3 .Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Annex, FtLauderdale. Call 755-3965 8971.
p.m., American Legion Hall, 171 SW 2 St., 761-5363. .OPBRA general meeting, 8 p.m., .Boating courses in:
Pompano Beach. Call 941-2168 or 752-2010 Lap Swimming 10 a -4 p every Apache Landings, 3025 NE 188 St., Miami, 3600, Lighthouse
'Courtesy Marine Examinations in: -Lap Swimming, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., everyA36,0ihoue
Boca Raton call 391-3600,Deerfield 421- day, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 call 895-5493 (Dade) or 925-3646 (Broward) Lauderdale 462-4497,i
7054, Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano Seabreeze, Ft. Lauderdale, call 523-0994. 'River Oaks Civic Assoc, 7:30 p.m., North Miami Beach 9
7054, Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano Westminster Church, Fort Lauderdale. 961-4147, Palm Beai
782-4581, Plantation 472-7614, Fort Boating courses in: Ft Lauderdale 463- WCroissant Park Civic Assoc., 7 p.m., 6
Lauderdale 463-0034, Dania 962-8766, 0034, Dania962-8766. Croissant Elementary School, Fort or 626-2815.
Hollywood 865-7511. Lauderdale. 761-5363.

High +2.1' +2.1' : +2.1' +2.1' +2.0' +2.0'
Time 0433.1018-1652.2246 0513.1058.1733.2331 0558.1140.1819 0023.0648*1
Low -0.3' -0.4' -0.2' -0.4' 0.0' -0.4' 0.0'
S24 25 .. 26 27
SIsland City Antique Festival, Hagen .Moon in perigee .Florida Marine Aquarium Society, *"Sailing & Seams
Park, Wilton Manors, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Call .Stress Busters Lap Swim, 5-6:30 7:30 p.m., Museum of Science, Miami. Guard Auxiliary, LHi
390-2131. p.m., Monday-Friday, Quiet Waters Park, Call 666-2226. 979-2999.
'Hollywood Festival of the Arts, 12- DccrfieldBeach360-1315. .South Middle River Civic Assoc. .Lighthouse P
6 p.m. Call 920-7809. .Lifeguard Training, 4:30-7:30 p.m., meeting, call for time & location 763- Sportsmens Assoc
*Medieval Fair, Snyder Park, Fort Quiet Waters Park, call 360-1315. 1010 or 467-2458. p.m., Lighthouse PtI
Lauderdale, 10 a.m. Call 978-8610. u Friends of the Museum of Art, Fort Boating courses in: Deerfield 975-7254, 8293.
*Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, winter Lauderdale, meets 10 a.m. Call 525-5500. Pompano 782-7277, Coral Ridge 491-0012, -West Palm Bea
series. Call 943-3834. .Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Ft Lauderdale 462-4497, Plantation 472- meeting,.7 p.m., 5.
761-5363. 7614, Hollywood 981-7746, Miami Shores WPB, call 407-832-67
624-4974 & South Miami 266-1553. 'Miami River Ml
City Club, SE Financl

High +1.9' +1.9' +2.1' +2.0' +2.2' +2.2' +2.3J
Time 0448.1117*1659.2345 0552.1223*1805 0047.0648.1317.1904 0141.0738i
Low +0.2' -0.2' 0.0' -0.4' -0.2' -0.5'








Calendar & Tide Tables February 1991 Waterfront News 15

iesday Thursday Friday Saturday
i- -
1 Eastern Standard Time 2
Low -Pineapple Cup Montego Bay Moon on equator
S..17 Invitational, Fort Lauderdale to Montego *New River/Intracoastal Boat Tour,
+17
...: .....+11 Bay, Jamaica. Call (305) 665-0557. led by historian Dr. Paul George, 10 a.m.-l
.............-50 Everglades Hike, Markham Park, p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 375-1625.
...........-18 Sunrise, 9-11 a.m., today and tomorrow. *Alamo Heart Run, Holiday Park, Fort
.............. Call 357-8100. Lauderdale, 8:15-11 a.m. Call 764-7900.
.....+28 Old Island Days House and Garden *Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
........... 40 Tours, exploring Key West residences. Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
.......... +39 Call 1-800-FLA-KEYS. .Gulfstream Sailing Club, Melbourne
...-56 North Beach Concert, Hollywood, 6-9 Yacht Club. Call 566-2489.
p.m. Free. Call 926-2444. *South Florida Divers, private boat
dive, 8:30 a.m., Haulover. Call 925-7877.
In theTide Tables in blue NOTE: the times Hih +2.6' +2.3' +2.7' +2.2' High
Fort Lauderdale. are military and the tide heights are in Feet above or be- Tim 4211015*1648*2238 0507*105917332327 Time
SFort Lauderdale. ow "mean low tide". Figure above the time indicates ae 0421101516482238 05071059.17332327 T
I h tird wharna, flijr muia Inutir,. IOW -0.6 -0.5 -0.5' -0.2' Low

S7 8 9
iPort Everglades Authority, meeting -Wetlands Walk, 9-11am, thru 2/9, Fern *Moon in apogee
t Lauderdale Power 10 a.m., Port Commission chambers, Forest Park, Pompano Beach. *Moon farthest south of equator
urse. Call 462-4497. administration building. 523-3404. -Adult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 *Bass Fishing Tournament,
ing Club, skippers *Broward County Marine Advisory p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek. Call 968
Meeting, 2 p.m., Fern Forest Nature Center, Club 407-2243. -3880.
verss Scuba Club, Pompano Beach. *Beach Concert, Hollywood North Beach -Valentine's Picnic, noon-2pm,
ohnsons, Hollywood Ft Lauderdale Marine Advisory Park, 6-9 p.m. Call 926-2444. Deerfield Island Park. Call 360-1320.
Meeting, 7 p.m., City Hall. *Stranahan House Friday Night -Free Stargazing, dark, Fox Observatory,
Surfing Assoc., 8 *Eastern Shores Yacht Club, 7:30 Socials, 5:30-8 p.m., 335 SE 6 Ave, Fort Markham Park, Sunrise.
springs Dr., Country p.m., Winston Towers Marina, Miami Lauderdale. call 524-4736. 'Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
-0202. Beach, call 932-0720 -Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
S761-5363.

+1.6' +1.6' +1.5' +1.6' +1.4' +1.6' +1.4' High
1401.2048 0300.0922-1457*2145 0402.1026*1556.2237 0502.1127.1656.2340 Time
0.0' +0.5' +0.1' +0.6' -0.2' +0.5' +0.1, Low

14 15 16
7-8pm, Nova Univ *New Moon *Canoe Trip & Walking Tour, West .Moon on equator
.Dania. 475-7417. *Valentine's Day Lake Park, 9-11 a.m., Hollywood. Call 357- *New Orleans Boat Show, to Feb. 24.
he United States, .Miami International Boat Show, to 8100. Call (504) 885-9709.
5-3151 or 785-1086. Feb. 20. Call (305) 531-8410. .Stranahan House Social, Fort *Las Olas Sidewalk Art Fair, Fort
faterw ays Master .The Brokerage Yacht Show, to Feb. Lauderdale, 5:30-8 p.m. Call 524-4736. Lauderdale, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 761-8348.
Cily Hall, 761-5423: 18, Miami Bech. Call 764-7642.' -North Beach Park Concert, 6-9 p.m. .Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North
*MIASF Dinner Meeting, 7 p.m., for Call 926-2444. Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444.
I ,:Yacht Club, location call 491-7016. *Pompano Beach Navy League, .Trading Post Day, a festival at
. Cal-935-1:154. ; Surf Club, meets Ramada Inn, Pompano, meeting 6:30 p.m. Call 785-3151. Stranahan House, Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m.-5
lassesr. Plantation 564-0202. -Adult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 p.m. Call 524-4736.
IsePboint 979-2999,, .Fort Lauderdale Boat Club meeting 8 p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Love Boat
7 or 584-4141. p.m., call 431-7239. Club 407-2243. cruise boat to Biscayne Bay. Call 566-2489.
I +1.9' +2.0' +1.8' +2.1' +2.1' +2.1' +2.1' High
24-2004 0238*0831-1501.2045 0315-0909.1537-2124 0353-0942.1612.2204 Time
.0' -0.3' -0.1' -0.3' -0.2' -0.3' +0.3' Low

21 22 23
ardsailing Assoc., *First quarter ."Adventure Sailing," Crusing World *Moon farthest north of the equator
each Club, 3rd Floor, *Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, meets lecture series, Fort Lauderdale. Call (401) *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
Miami Beach, 754- 7:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Point Yacht 847-1588. winter, North Lake. Call 566-2489.
Club. .Williams Island Yacht Club, raft *Island City Antique Festival, Hagen
Boca Raton call 391- *Port Everglades Authority, meeting up, Elliott Key. Call 935-1154 or 261-0511. Park, Wilton Manors, 11 am.-4 p.m. Call
Pt 971-0648, Fort 10 a.m., Port Commission chambers, .Pompano Beach Gold Coast 390-2131.
Hollywood 922-5043, administration building. 523-3404. Council, Navy League, Valentine party. Hollywood Festiva, from e Arts,
;9-BOAT. Hollywood 'Sailing Singles, 6:30 p.m., Seabreeze Call 785-3151. Hollywood Boulevard, from Dixie Highway
:h Power (407) 744- Day's Inn, Fort Lauderdale Beach. Call 565- .Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6- to Young Circle, 12-6 p.m. Call 920-7809.
0775. 9 p.m. Call 926-2444. -Free Stargazing, dark, Fox Observatory,
:vents Hotline: call -Navy League, 7 p.m., LHP Yacht Club, -Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Markham Park, Sunrise.
call 785-1086 or 785-2216. 761-5363.

1.9' +1.9' +1.8' +1.8' +1.8' +1.8' +1.8' Higl
228-1911 0121.0744.1324*2013 0227-0851*1433.2124 0337.1005.1547.2237 Time
-0.1' +0.2' -0.2' +0.3'. -0.2' +0.3' -0.2' Low
fi 28 *Future Events--
anship, U.S. Coast Full moon March 2: Broward Waterway Clean-
', 7:30-9:30 p.m. Call .Ft Lauderdale Boat Club Social, 7 up
p.m., for location call 431-7239. March 15-17: Ocean Expo
point Saltwater 'Port Everglades Propeller Club, 7 March 22-24: Miami Used Boat aI erfrOIi
dinner mtg., 6:30 p.m., call for location 523-1212. Show
Yacht Club, call 782- .Marine Council Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., April 6: Old Island Armada CNews,
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. 856-0206. Flagging Zigler ubPhng Co, nc.
-ch Fishing Club -Eastern Shores Yacht Club, 7:30 April 12-14: Greater Miami Billfish 1224 S.W. 1st Avenue
St. & N. Flagler Dr. p.m., Winston Towers Marina, Miami Tournament Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315
80. Beach, call932-0720 April 19-21 Dania Marine .Flea
rine Group, 8am, .DIGA Dive Club, 8:15 p.m., 235-5069 Market
1 Center. 285-1864.

+2.4' +2.4' +2.4' High
*1408.1956 0231*0823*1357*2045 Time
-0.4' -0.6' -0.5' __ __







16 Waterfront News February 1991 Sailing


Solo sailors preparing for Uruguay


NEWPORT, R.I. Nandor Fa, who finished the
second stage of The BOC Challenge 1990-91 on
January 16 for a time of 53 days and 26 seconds, was
delighted with the performance of his Alba Regia.
"The boat is wonderful, she's absolutely perfect,"
said Nandor. "But I'm the one who's learning."
The Hungarian
skipper had to return to .
Port Elizabeth for .. .
replacement rudders i
after the original ones L
were lost in what is ',
believed to have been a f. "
collision with a whale in
the southern ocean.
He agreed,
however, that is was 4
difficult to steer the
yacht he designed and
built himself with the
new, smaller rudders. Nandor F
"But there are very few gear problems with the
boat," continued Nandor. "Though a little attention
will be needed to the rigging and mast
"I had at least 50 Chinese gybes that caused the
problems. The boat was slewing around because of
the new rudders. I will probably have to take out the
mast to attend again to the through-deck fitting."
He said he had plenty of power from the wind
generator and solar panels and he had only to use the
generator four times. "It got cold but I had plenty of
food," he said.
Nandor believes that had he not had to go back to
Port Elizabeth he might have finished fourth in
Sydney ahead of Phillipe Jeantot.
The interior of Alba Regia is very neat and
organized, and it has been commented upon that it's
the neatest boat so far to finish in Sydney.
Meanwhile, Robert Hooke hopes that work on his
Niihau 4 will be completed in time for him to be in
Sydney by January 21.
Results Cape Town Sydney
Finishing Order:
1. Allied Bank (John Martin, S. Africa) 26 days,
6 hours, 47 minutes, 23 seconds.
2. Groupe Sceta (Christophe Auguin, France) 27-
00-45-02
3. General Concorde (Alain Gautier, France) 27-
03-55-14
4. Credit Agricole IV (Phillipe Jeantot, France) 29-
15-32-08
5. Innkeeper (David Adams, Australia) 29-16-18-
52
6. *Duracell (Mike Plant, US) 29-22-36-33
7. Jarkan. Yacht Builders (Kanga Birtles,
Australia) 30-03-31-03
8. BBV Expo '92 (Jose de Ugarte, Spain) 30-04-
31-26
9. Grinaker (Bertie Reed, South Africa) 30-08-34-
47
10. Sevant IV (Yves Dupasquier, France) 30-12-
02-13
11..Ecurcuil P.C. (Isabelle Autissier, France) 32-
15-50-31
12. New Spirit Of Ipswich (Josh Hall, GB) 33-13-
52-44
13. Sponsor Wanted (Don McIntyre, Australia) 34-
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14. Project City Kids (Jack Boye, US) 37-14-35-
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15. Volcano (Paul Thackaberry, US) 38-06-49-20
16. Global Exposure (Robin Davie, GB) 40-02-,
51-25
17. Shutendohji II (Minoru Saito, Japan) 42-13-
04-53
18. Koden VIII (Yukoh Tada) 51-13-35-49
19. Alba Regia (Nandor Fa, Hungary) 53-00-00-
26.
Class 1: 1. Allied Bank, 26-06-47-23; 2. Groupe
Sccta, 27-00-45-02; 3. General Concorde, 27-03-55-
14; 4. Credit Agricole; IV 29-15-32-08; 5. Innkeeper,
29-16-18-52; 6. Duracell, 29-22-36-33; 7. Jarkan
Yacht Builders, 30-03-31-03; 8. BBV Expo '92, 30-
04-31-26; 9. Grinaker, 30-08-34-47; 10. Ecureuil
P.C., 32-15-50-3.1; 11. Alba Regia, 53-00-00-26.
Accumulative (Stages 1 & 2). Provisional: 1. Allied
Bank, 64-02-35-07; 2. Groupe Sceta, 64-18-45-31; 3.
General Concorde, 65-07-37-53; 4. Credit Agricole,
67-12-43-53; 5. Duracell, 69-10-18-13; 6. Jarkan, 69-
19-36-35; 7. Ecureuil P.C., 73-20-27-44; 8.
Innkeeper, 73-23-48-49; 9. Grinaker, 74-14-54-12;
10. BBV Expo '92, 74-20-03-39; 11. Alba Regia 97-
15-19-33.
Class n: 1. Sevant IV, 30-12-02-13; 2. New Spirit
Of Ipswich, 33-13-52-44; 3. Sponsor Wanted, 34-16-
07-31; 4. Project City Kids, 37-14-35-18; 5. Koden
VIII, 51-13-35-49.
Accumulative (Stages 1 & 2). Provisional: 1.
Sevant IV, 75-03-46-20; 2. Sponsor Wanted, 80-17-
28-18; 3. New Spirit Of Ipswich, 82-00-51-34; 4.
Project City Kids, 83-05-32-02; 5. Koden VIII, 102-
12-21-05.
Corinthian: 1. Volcano, 38-06-49-20; 2.Global
Exposure, 40-02-51-25; 3. Shutendohji II, 42-13-04-
53.
Accumulative: 1. Volcano, 94-17-23-47; 2. Global
Exposure, 97-12-32-09; 3. Shutendohji II, 106-03-25--
00.
*Four hours deducted as redress for collision.

Repairs to Hooke's Niihau could take 10 days
NEWPORT, RI January 21: Robert Hooke has
reported to' The BOC Challenge headquarters in
Sydney that the repairs to Niihau 4, damaged in a
collision with a fishing trawler, could take some 10
days to complete.
Right after the accident, which occurred some 80
miles from Sydney, Hooke said the work on Niihau
could be completed in four days.
Niihau's skipper, an American banker-sculptor
living in London, England, explained that the accident
occurred when he was below decks receiving a
weatherfax and the crew of the trawler was working
aft.
Hooke, who was towed to Ulladulla after the
collision, said the hole was about halfway between the
beam and the bow on Niihau's starboard side.
Meanwhile, Hal Roth who returned to Cape Town
for repairs to Sebago, was yesterday some 1300 miles
from the Sydney finish of the second stage of The
BOC Challenge 1990-91, at 42 08S 126 35E.
The fleet will start the third leg of The BOC
Challenge 1990-91 to Punta del Este, Uruguay on
February 3.


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The remaining stages:
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The restart dates are:
February 3 Sydney;
March 30 Punta del Este.
Prizegiving:
May 18 Newport.
Transatlantic Challenge:
Starts Newport May 19.


Punta del Este
The Yacht Club Punta del Este will.be the host of
The BOC Challenge 1990-91 in Punta. Race
headquarters will be located at the Yateste building,
across from the main YCPDE building. Next to the
Yateste building will be the Press Office.
Bilingual staff will be available in all those offices
as well as translators upon request.
General Coordinator Vice Admiral (R) Rodolfo
Invidio, Superintendent Yacht Club Punta del Este.
Uruguay
Size: 180,000 sq. km., approx.
Population: Over 3,000,000 (in the capital-
Montevideo 1.6m).
Government: Democratic President and
Parliament elected every five years.
Division: 19 departments .(single central
Government in Montevideo).
Main Sport: Soccer.
Driving: Right hand side. Speed limit regulations
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Religion: Large majority Roman Catholic.

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Cruising February 1991 Waterfront News 17


U.S. interest high with six entries to date

Whitbread Round-the-World Race issues new rules ..


By SHARON MALON
With interest in the 1993/94 Whitbread Round-the-
World Race (WRTWR) at an all-time high, new rules
were released this past January in London to allow
even closer competition in the longest, toughest sailing
event in the world.
Already, there is more interest than even before in
the grueling, 33,000-mile, six-leg race, according to
race spokesperson Sharon Malon. Thirty-two yachting
syndicates from 17 countries have registered so far,
including six from the U.S. This increase in American
entries may have been prompted by the highly
successful 1989/90 WRTWR, which included a U.S.
stopover for the first time in the race's 16-year history.
Fort Lauderdale served as U.S. host port in 1990, and
will hold that distinction again during the next sailing
in 1993/94. The Whitbread, like the Olympics, is held
every four years.
Cleve Jennings, executive director of the North
American stopover, said, "We're confident that when
the Whitbread yachts head to Fort Lauderdale on the
fifth leg of the race, there will be a number of U.S.
crews sailing into Port Everglades. After literally going
around the world, stopping in England, Uruguay,
Australia andNew England, you can bet they're going
to receive a huge welcome from their home port."
Official American entries to date are Ted Allison's
Focus America, Rae Glasgow's Sail USA, Nance
Frank's U.S. Women's Challenge, Richard O'Neill's
American Whitbread Challenge, Gerald Bagwell's
Venture USA Sailing Team, and Bill Biewenga's
Ocean Racing Group USA.
Announcements regarding the Preliminary Notice
of Race and the Whitbread Offshore Rule were made
today at a press conference during the London Boat
Show.
Preliminary Notice of Race
While much information in the Preliminary Notice
of Race remains the same as in past races, a number of
changes were announced. A summary of principal
changes follows.
The race will be run for two level rating classes:
class A for International Offshore Rule (IOR) maxis
and class B for Whitbread Offshore Rule (WOR) 60s.
To compensate for their age, four-year-old maxis will


sail to a rating of 70.5 feet and 8-year-old boats to a
rating of 71.5 feet IOR boats will be rated using the
1992 IOR Mark 3 rule, effectively reducing the
advantage enjoyed by the ketches in the last race.
Boats with certain features, such as schooner rigs
and centerboards, or with an IOR rated length
exceeding 22 meters, will not be permitted to enter.
IOR boats with a range of positive stability that does
not exceed 117 degrees also will not qualify. In the
WOR 60 class, this figure is increased to 125 degrees.
An extensive list of safety equipment was declared
mandatory for all boats. Small changes were made in
advertising rules, including mandatory carriage of the
race logo on all boats and freedom to carry names on
booms and decks. In terms of penalties, minor failures
to comply with the administrative requirements of the
race now will be penalized with pre-paid fines. To
reduce costs, a limit on the number of sails carried at
any one time and permitted throughout was imposed in
class B.
Due to high interest, it is likely that the number of
entries in the 1993/94 race will be limited to about 35.
An entry fee of approximately $48,000 (USD) for
maxis and $36,000 (USD) for WOR 60s will be
required, payable in six equal, monthly installments
starting April 1991.
In the event that a syndicate withdraws, any
monies paid will be retained by the race organizers.
Those syndicates that start the race will have one-sixth
returned to them provided they have met the
requirements in the appropriate time scale. In addition,
they will receive goods and services, including a
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yachts to be designed for competition in races other
than the Whitbread which limit overall length to 60 feet
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Ocean Mile Swim results


The twentieth annual Ocean Mile Swim boasted
398 swimmers crossing the finish line on Fort
Lauderdale's beach on December 28. Held in
conjunction with a swim coaches conference at the
International Swimming Hall of Fame, the mile swim
attracted many collegiate athletes from around the
United States, Canada and Europe.

A summary of the finishers by classes follows:
Top Overall Men-
Swimmer School or Home Time
1. T. Gawronski Univ. of Iowa 22:05
2. R. Sprake-Jones No. Illinois Univ. 22:08
3. Mike Wayte Univ. of Wash. 22:15
4. Jeff Anton Duke Univ. 22:51
5. Steve Saunders No. Ill. Univ. 23:19
6. Erik Bacon Univ. of Iowa 23:23
7. Tom Swift Margate, NJ 23:42
8. Mike Oostman No. Il. Univ. 23:52
9. Doug Helms Univ. of Iowa 23:54
10. Steve Beck No. Ill. Univ. 23:55


Top Overall Women-
L. Laura Lundstrom St. Olaf Col., MN
2. Jea Rulan Univ. of RI
3. Cheryl Stanton Williams Col., MA
4. Vanessa Gibbons Williams Col., MA
5. Mirielle Laroque Aylmer, Quebec
6. Heather Kendig Palatine, IL
7. Cheryl Slater Univ. of Waterloo
8. Debbie Trapp Univ. of Manitoba
9. Aleisa Saurt Univ. of Manitoba
10. Detra Nelson St. Olaf, MN


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'Age 13-14-
1. Sebastian Caron
2. Brian Christ'n'sn
3. Ryan Campbell
'Age 15-18-
1. Tom Swift
2. Etienne Caron
3. Lars Froclander
'College Freshmen-
1. Michael Oostman
2. Steve Beck
3. Matt Wels
'College Sophomores-
1. Jeff Anton


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'Age 55-59-
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'Age 55-59-
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Recognized as the most successful diving coach in
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coach, has been named director of the City of Fort
Lauderdale's Diving Program at the International
Swimming Hall of Fame Pool as was predicted in the
December edition of Waterfront News.
O'Brien, 52, who was coach at the Mission Bay
Aquatic Training Center in Boca Raton since 1985,
signed a three-year contract with Fort Lauderdale
which began immediately on December 4, 1990.
"I started diving at the International Swimming
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home away from home," said Dr. O'Brien. "The most
impressive aspect of the facility is how its such an
integral part of the community. My team and I are
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O'Brien has been named for the 1992 U.S. Olympic
diving coach position. Under his tutelage, his divers
have won more than 150 gold medals in the Olympics,
world championships, Pan American Games and the
U.S. Nationals.


Olympic gold medalists Greg Louganis and Jenni
Chandler, silver medalist Michele Mitchell and bronze
medalist Wendy Wyland are among O'Brien's most
notable students. Some are expected to continue their
training with him in Fort Lauderdale.
"By hiring Dr. O'Brien, our city has matched a
world-class coach with a world-class facility and
team," said City Parks and Recreation Department
Director Tom Tapp. "It's been estimated that he's
generated millions of dollars in media coverage and
competitive events at facilities for which he previously
worked. His addition to our team will further enhance
our status in the aquatic world and it fits in perfectly
with city goals."
Besides coaching a team of Olympic hopefuls at
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expand the diving program to include highly-
specialized lessons and summer youth camps.
The Hall of Fame is undergoing a $4.5 million
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improvements to the diving facility.
Prior to his term at Mission Bay, O'Brien served at
Mission Viejo, California for seven years and Ohio
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Marine retail spending down 20% in 1990


CHICAGO American outdoorspeople returned
to the waterways in 1990 in equal numbers as in years
past, albeit in fewer new boating products. Across the
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billion, above 1985's $13.3 billion, but well below
the record $17.9 billion recorded in 1988. All boat
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canoes the least at six percent. The most popular boat
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Boating industry translates new taxes to job loss


By GREG PROTEAU
CHICAGO Few people think of the labor that
goes into their boats when out on the water fishing,
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retailing and servicing creates jobs as many as an
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that period, and jobs were lost. Adding to the problem
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In a move to give millions of recreational boat
owners a rallying point, Rep. Robert Davis (R-MI)
has introduced legislation, H.R. 534, to repeal the
new federal boat "user fee" tax hastily passed last year
during the last minutes of the Congressional session.
Davis is the ranking minority party member of the
House Merchant Marine Committee which has
jurisdiction over the Coast Guard.
The controversial boat use tax, trumpeted as a
"user tax," would collect an estimated $127 million
and require boaters to pay annual fees ranging from
$25 to $100 per year depending on the size of their
boat. The Coast Guard would not receive any
additional funds from this new use tax, according to
marine industry analysts. Furthermore, these same
Observers interpret the law to state, "the Coast Guard
is under no obligation to provide any service to boaters
'even after they have paid the boat use tax."
Other Congressmen who have cosponsored H.R.
534 include: Reps. Herb Bateman (R-VA), Frank
Pallone (D-NJ), Bill Hughes (D-NJ) and Robin Tallon
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and longer, and a gasoline tax increase paid by all
motorboat users.
Because boating is a discretionary activity, with
products purchased with a buyer's last-earned income,
and all essential bills for food, housing and so on are
paid, it reacts more excessively to tax increases.
"Studies show a 10 percent tax increase on our
products causes a 20 percent decrease in sales,"
explains National Marine Manufacturers Association
president Jeff Napier. "Add in all the recent
government disincentives to the sale of our products
and it's no surprise to see the negative effects they
have. The bottom line, unfortunately, means even
more of our industry jobs will be lost."


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The oft-used adage, "nothing is certain except
death and taxes," is particularly applicable to the
payment of sales and use taxes on pleasure boat
purchases. Few disagree that boat buyers would be
delighted to find a legal loophole to avoid the pain of a
tax on retail purchases. And retailers, though charged
with the collection of sales taxes, don't gain
satisfaction in seeing it paid. For marine lenders,
however, proof of payment of the sales tax has
important bearing on whether they can make a specific
boat loan and, when made, the level of security they
have in the actual transaction.
Sales and use taxes are a way of life unlikely to
change in America. While no one is happy to pay these
taxes or to set the prerequisite that they should be
paid it is the customer who benefits most, though all
involved in the transaction (buyer, seller and lender)
gain advantages in the process, suggests the National
Marine Bankers Association.
To gain a certificate of watercraft title or ofher
similar official evidence of a security interest, prodf of
applicable sales or use tax is required. The reverse is
also true: no tax payment, no watercraft title; no
watercraft title, no lien perfection. Without a perfected
lien the loan is unsecured which means the creditor is
unsecured. No loan will be made, predicts the bankers.
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like boating. "As many as 8,000 more workers will
lose their jobs as a result of recent government tax
increases imposed on boats," Napier says. "What's
more disturbing is that any revenue gains will be
offset by lost payroll taxes from these workers thrown
out of jobs."
Napier further explained that members of the
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consumers to work for repeal of the new taxes. "Our
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current industry jobs will be preserved and that those
lost may be regained."


use tax regulations from state to state creates confusion
for all involved. This is true not only in the rate of tax
charged, but in the paperwork, collection locations,
and procedures which vary vastly in nature, observed
the trade group in a November statement on payment
of sales tax.
This leads to a recommendation as simple as the
tax laws are complex. To assure uncompromised lien
status, lenders are recommended to take the proactive
approach to insure that the consumer, dealer and
institution personnel are submitting proper data to
appropriate titling or recording agencies on a timely
basis. It is critical that loan officers have a working
knowledge of titling laws and procedures (for boats,
outboard motors and trailers) in states where loans are
actively made as well as all states in which borrowers
reside. The end benefit will reflect positively on the
lender's level of security and the borrower's
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22 Waterfront News February 1991 Heritage,


Two South Florida pioneers honored


By MARIA PIERSON
Ivy Stranahan and Seminole Indian Annie Tommie
were recently honored by the Fort Lauderdale
Historical Society for their contributions to South
Florida during the Historic Walkway dedication that
coincided with Broward County's 75th birthday
celebration.
Each year since 1986, the Fort Lauderdale
Historical Society has honored South Florida pioneers
and presented a bronze plaque for them in the Historic
Walkway at the north entrance to the Broward County
main library, just north of New River in downtown
Fort Lauderdale. That first presentation in 1986 was a
75th birthday gift from the Fort Lauderdale Historical
Society to the City of Fort Lauderdale.
Stranahan and Tommie are the first women to be
honored as part of the Historic Walkway. Billy
Cypress of the Ah Tha Thi Ki Museum and Steven
Bowers, representing the Seminole Tribe of Florida,
accepted the plaque in Tommie's memory.
Annie Tommie, the daughter of Johnny Jumper,
was a medicine woman for the local Indians, an
occupation that was based on her wisdom and
leadership abilities. White residents of the recently
formed town of Fort Lauderdale considered her one of
the local Indian authorities. In 1926, Tommie was
instrumental in getting local Seminoles to move to the
newly-created reservation west of Dania, thus
"legitimatizing" federally-created Indian land in the
eyes of the Seminoles.
Tommie's son Tony was the first Seminole to
attend public school and many of her children also
assumed leadership positions within the tribe. Until
her death in 1946, Tommie was acknowledged as the
matriarch of the Seminoles in this area.
Ivy Julia Cromartie was selected as the first teacher
in Fort Lauderdale in 1899. The following year she
married Frank Stranahan, the postmaster and owner of
the waterfront trading post. She served as president of
the "Friends of the Seminoles" and lobbied at the state
and federal levels on behalf of Indian concerns.
As an active member of the community, Ivy helped
establish the Woman's Club, the library, local chapters
of the Red Cross and the Audubon Society, the
Garden Club and the Historical Society, among others.
She championed causes such as woman's
suffrage, temperance, wildlife and environmental
conservation, housing and health care for the poor, and
efficient government. Ivy is hailed as the "first lady of
Fort Lauderdale."


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ROSE, FROM page 1
feet of water... a five-masted schooner was high
and dry on land.
-1928-
Nov. 27. Webster received the job of wrecking
the schooner Rose Mahoney today. She has been on
the bayfront since the hurricane of Sept. 18, 1926.
Nov. 29. Thanksgiving Day. We had a fine roast
chicken dinner. Arthur, Horace and myself drove over
to the schooner Rose Mahoney and looked her over.
It sure is a big job.
Dec. 1. I went up canal and started work getting
towboat running and started down river about 3 p.m.
Dec. 2. Sunday. Went up in morning, gassed up
and brought the derrick barge around to schooner.
-1929-
Jan. 21. We worked loading masts of the Rose
Mahoney on cars to be shipped to Atlanta. Worked in
afternoon taking out deck beams.
Jan. 23. Worked taking out timbers and plank that
was dropped into hold, and loading stuff on gas
derrick barge. We took quarter deck and bits out aft.
Jan. 26. Finished loading derrick barge and then
started taking off outside planking on low side.
Dec. 3. I started work taking off the booms and
gaffs and all loose stuff on deck and in cabins.
March 5. Worked taking off planking, and we
pumped out the bottom of schooner with a six-inch
steam pump, and a six-inch gas pump. I worked until
9:15 p.m.
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Lydia and Jr. to town in evening.
March 20. Worked taking off last of planking.
March 21. Unloaded stuff off schooner and
started taking out granite ballast.
March 23. Taking out ballast and sawing. Rigged
tackle across to P & O dock and pulled on schooner
but did not go.
March 24. Sunday. I went down in morning and
pumped out schooner. Lydia and I drove up to beach.
March 25. Took out more ballast and pulled on
tackle; swung schooner a little, rigged up tackle to city
dock.
March 28. Pulled(schooner bottom afloat at high
water and tied her at city dock.
-1931-
July 16. We launched the boat Thelma today.
Lydia and Weston went over with me and spent the
day, and in evening we went in bathing. J.O. and
Thelma went along. We had supper with Webster.
A newspaper clipping in Hempstead's diary told
of the tug Thelma's christening in Miami Beach. (The
tug was named after J.O. Webster's second wife, who
appears in the photo on the deck of the Rose
Mahone-y Timber salvaged from the Rose Mahoney
was used to make the Thelma's engine bed, some of
the clamps and beams and part of the deck. It was the
largest tugboat ever built in Miami up to that time.
Mrs. Thelma Webster lived to be 95 years old.
Wes Hempstead, Jr. operates Hempstead Marine,
a towing and contracting company, out of Hardie's
Marina on the Miami River.


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Dr. Paul George will lead two tours for the
Historical Museum of Southern Florida in February:
one on land, the other on water.
On February 2, the Museum has a boat tour
scheduled on the New River Intracoastal Waterway
in Fort Lauderdale. Highlights of the tour include the
Bahia Mar, site of an army fort in the second Seminole
War, the Finger Islands with elaborate Spanish-style
homes, Tarpon Bend, the Stranahan House and the
new River Walk. Dr. George will also discuss the
airstrip, that existed around 1920, south of the east
approach to the Las Olas Bridge in what is now the
Idlewilde neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. George
will examine such waterfront characters as Shirttail
Charlies, D. C. Alexander and Frankly Lewis. Lewis
settled in the New River area in the 1750's.
-Cost is $20 per person for museum members and
$25 for non-members. Payment is required two
weeks in advance in order to secure a reservation.
Dr. George, better known as the "stand-up
historian" heads south next for a walking tour of the
Brickell South Side area in Miami. Historic sites on
this tour indude Simpson Park, Fort Brickell,
Wainwright Park, Firehouse Four restaurant, and of
course, Tobacco Road (the oldest drinking
establishment in Miami). A luncheon will be served.
Cost is $10 per person for members and $13 for non-
members. Walkers should meet at Brickell Park (SE
5th Avenue next to the Sheraton Hotel).
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24 Waterfront News February 1991 Classifieds


MARINA SPACE- office, shop & dockage
avail. Rent from 500 to 100,000 sq ft. SUN
POWER DIESEL MARINA, 413 SW 3 Ave.,
Ft.L. 522-4776.
HENDRICKS ISLE- 1-BR. Sleeps four.
Seasonally furnished by wk or mo.
Call 895-6872
HOME & DOCK-CITRUS ISLES
Two bedroom home w/ large kitchen, 70'
deepwater. Elec/water at dock. $1050/mo.
Also for sale, $168,000.
Barbara Imhoff; McGee, Whiddon Realtr
523-7285 or 525-0003
SUPER LOCATION TROPICAL PARADISE
secure & safe 120' dock for rent
reasonable and accommodating power/sail.
Call 583-5560.
LHP- Yachtman's Paradise. 90' deep water
dock on wide canal, 2 min to Hillsboro Inlet,
48' pool, heated spa, modernized 3/2 house
w/ Florida room & 2-car garage. Great
view. $2500/mo incl lawn & pool service,
& water. Call 941-4435.






ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool BBQ Cable Laundry. Affordable
rates. Furn apts. Wkly/Mnthly. 523-2156
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts & efficiencies. Pool, BBQ,
cable, laundry. Call 527-0026.
VILLA VENEZIA/AQUA MAR- Luxury 1&2
bedroom apts., studios & effs. Newly
remodeled & furnished. Heated Pool,
Laundry, Cable TV, BBQ. Seasonal.
Call 305-779-2818.
Isle of Venice- The Windward. Furnl&2 BD
& studios- seasonal. Yrly furn or unfurn.
Cable/htd pool/BBQ/Laundry/Fruit trees.
Phone 462-5515.
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1/1.5 modern town
homes. Wkly/mnthlv/annual 524-1615


Apartments continued
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1/1 & eff's, yearly or
seasonally, pool, laundry, furnished or
unfurnished Call 523-9758
For Rent- 1BR APT, SAILBOAT BEND,
private street. $350/mo. 52417530
LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA. Apartment 1+1
$625 +dock 45' NLAB $285 Ph 491-0919
PEACEFUL RIVERFRONT location near
downtown- efficiency pool AC w/d.
$350/mo. 463-5517 DOCK AVAILABLE
STUDIO APT overlooking dockage $500/mo
includes dockage & utilities, quiet tenant,
North Miami, call 757-1100.





Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable, phone. pool. laundry. 523-2156.
YACHT DOCKAGE & MAINTENANCE SERVICE
ideal for absentee owners. 587-8984.
DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light,
locked fence, good security. Lovely spot.
No live-aboards. 587-8451 or 749-3288.
80' & 60' dock avail. W/Ameneties. $10/ft
per month. Call 305-781-1461 or phone
603-898-1594.
DOCK SPACE- any size, any location;
we will meet your needs.
Call us first at 463-2086 leave message,
DOCK FOR RENT- deep water, no fixed
bridges. Elec/water, phone & cable.
Beautiful surroundings: heated pool, BBQ
areas. Temporary & annual available.
Tele. 527-0026
ISLE OF VENICE-The Windward. Elec/water,
pool.BBQ.shwr.laundry. Phone 462-5515.
HENDRICKS IS- slips avail, Ivbds ok. Pool,
laundry. phone cable avail. 523-9758.
ISLE OF VENICE- slips to 48', pool, spa,
Ivbds all services. Call 523-9758
GALLERIA- deepwater dockage to 50' non-
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DOCKAGE continued
OFF NEW RIVER- NFB, 70' dw/wtr dock,
110/220, H20, phone, safe-secure.
Licensed Captain in residence. 581-6945
HENDRICKS ISLE- no Ivbds. Under 11' beam
$200. under 9' $145. Darrell 524-1615.
DOCK FOR RENT- Deep water, ocean access.
No live-aboards. Lauderdale Isles.
Call 791-5906 leave message.
CITRUS ISLES- private dock, no fxd brdgs,
no Ivbds. $110/mo. Call 792-8324.
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE- water/elec. Off New
River No Ivbds. Call 587-0707
FORK OF NEW RIVER up to 50'. Great
location/Captain in residence. H20/elec. No
Ivbds. Call 463-5517. Effc available.
POMPANO 20' dock close to ICW. Wtr/Elec.
9 biks N of Atl Blvd $125 Call 782-7890
LAUDERDALE ISLES- no fixed bridges.
Water, electric. No live-aboards.
Ideal for sailboat up to 50'. $175/month.
Call 584-0276.
SAILBOAT DOCKAGE for rent- Ivbd or
Storage Secluded Call 467-1229.
RIVERLAND- up to 50', no live-aboards
720-6627 or 698-7345
HURRICANE SAFE, private dock, security
light. Reasonable, Call 792-7890.
ON NEW RIVER- no fixed bridges. Water &
Electric included. Cable and phone available.
Pool privileges.
Call Riverside Hotel 305-467-0671.
POMPANO dock- minutes to inlet, no fxd
brdgs. Util. No Ivbds. Call 785-2248.
DOCK SPACE 40' Deep Water Cheap
Electric & Water available 987-1065
POMPANO DEEPWATER SLIP to 40 feet
Includes auto parking. Call 783-8263.
LHP to 42'. $4/ft. Call 782-0496
EXTRA WIDE SLIP- 196 Hendricks Isle
up to 17' beam; also, up to 14' beam.
Call 895-6872.
LIGHTHOUSE PT.- near Inlet, 90' dock,
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RIVERLAND- hurricane safe, deep water,
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POMPANO-SE: wide canal, 1 bridle (12')
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LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA: 96' dock-
(45'=$285 x2, etc+el) sidecanal, 6' draft,
NFBR. 6nm on IC to Atl. Blvd. 491-0919


LIVE-ABOARD SAILBOATERS- Tired of being
pushed around in Florida? Then why not
move to the peace & quiet of Abaco. The
Marsh Harbour Sailboat Marina offers
excellent long term rates for live-aboard
sailors. All amenities 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. Box #518, Marsh Harbour,
Abaco. Bahamas. Phone: 809-367-2700.
7' WATER BISCAYNE BAY- north of Port of
Miami, ideal for absentee owner. Up to 50'
sailboat. No Ivbds. Very secure.
Call 674-9716.
FREE DOCKAGE: 19-25' open fisherman, etc
for part-time use. Call 463-5517
CITRUS ISLE- to 50', no fxd brdg, H20 &
elec. 8' low-tide no Ivbds. 305-527-1650.
POMP BCH- Deepwater dock available. No
fixed bridges Call 941-2294 after 5pm
NEW RIVER NO. FORK- deepwater dock, to
35'. no Ivbds. $150/mo. Call 523-6771.
POMPANO-SE: wide canal, 1 bridge (12'),
elec/water. no Ivbds safe Ph 946-1823
OFF CORDOVA ROAD- 10 minutes to ocean.
No fixed bridges. CallF525-8142.
DOCK SPACE TO 36'. Electric & water,
unlimited ocean access, no live-aboards.
Call 462-2700.
LAS OLAS deepwater dock, up to 55',
seconds from Intracoastal, minutes from
ocean, water/elec. Secluded & safe.
525-5743 or 821-2733.
BOAT SLIP 124 Hendricks Isle. Up to 53'.
Shower, laundry and B.B.Q.
Call 779-1134 or 562-8099


RIVERLAND AREA- no fixed bridges, up to
50' No IIve-aboards Call 584-4597


DEEPWATER DOCK to 50' near 123 Cswy,
No. Miami. No brdg/elec/H20. No Ivbds. 24
hr access safe reasonable. Call 899-8609.


LIVE-ABOARD yacht or houseboat NMBCH
private island 900' from ocean. Up to 70'.
Water/elec/parking. Refrences required.
Call 940-3840.
FOR RENT 40' DOCK. Secure, private
marina at Mystic Pt-Turnberry Isle.
Elec/phone/cable hookup. No fixed brdg-
Ocean acc ~ $47f Call fi1-479-4723.


DOCKAGE continued
POMPANO new deep slip to 52' water and
240 elec incl 1 mile Hillsboro Inlet, no
bridges no Ivbds Call 946-4741.
LHP- min to inlet, 70' dock, water/elec, no
brdgs. no Ivbds $175/mo Call 941-1293
FT LAUD. SE 14th St. Deepwater up to 40',
no live-aboards. $225/mo. Yearly. Call
764-8725.
5 MINUTES TO HILLSBORO INLET. New 100'
dock. Turning basin protected. No live-
aboards. 782-0107
POMPANO- deepwater to 65'. 1.5 mi to
Inlet. Quality location. No live-aboards.
Call 781-3447 or 537-5577.
SECURE STORAGE $195 to 55' 792-3586
Dock to rent: RIO VISTA, Tarpon River up
to 36'. powerboat $300 Call 525-0702
GALLERIA near Intracoastal- NFB
reasonable and good. Call 764-8075.
POMPANO- dock for rent, deepwater,
eOec/H20. no Ivhds Call 781-3417.




WANTED: Carpenters, Painters, Helpers,
etc. 96' schooner. Call 524-4530.
ASSEMBLERS: Excellent income, easy work
assembling products at home.
7-day 24-hr service.
For info call 504-646-1700 DEPT. P5342
MARINE ORIENTED PEOPLE- male/female
for part time/full time. Solid career with
excellent future
Call 305-525-4679.
SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION, an
international nonprofit organization seeks a
full time office mgr/editor in Fort
Lauderdale. Send resume & salary history
to SSCA, Suite 10, 521 So Andrews Ave,
Ft Lauderdale. FL 33301.
SALESPERSONS needed in Dade
County. Waterfront News 524-9450

TELEPHONE SALES REPS-
needed in our Renewal Department '
$500. 1silo per hr. depending on
experience. Will train.
Near Oakland Park Blvd. & /
Federal Hwy. Eve. Hours.
305-563-9336 J




COUPLE READY TO TRAVEL USCG lic cel and
elect. Nav, 3 languages spoken, good cook.
Capt. Luke 305-525-5415


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KEY LARGO, FL 350 feet on water 2
restaurants 14-slip marina 3 apts, boat
car gas 1 million OWTB MTG
Call 305-757-8333 or 305 451-4795.





RETIRED MALE SKIPPER- leaving for
Bahamas on 44' powerboat, looking for 1st
mate female ages 35-45, unincumbered.
Call 763-2946


100's PRETTY LATIN/CARIB GIRLS seek
lifemates. Fotosamplog. Intl Friends; 444
Brickell. #51-140 (WN): Miami. FL 33131.


NON-SMOKER, MALE in 40's seeking non-
smoker woman 30-50 for day sailing from
Fort Laud w/possibility cruising, marriage
also possible. Send letter to: "TLG" c/o
Waterfront News 1224 SW 1 Av 33315
HANDSOME, SINGLE 50ish SAILORMAN.
Capable, very youthful & fit, 5'10" 155
Ibs. Deepwater canal front homeowner.
Seeking very pretty, very fit, shapely &
slim sailorgal for mid-March Bahama
sailboat cruising w/other couple.
Unpretentious, humorous, stable
personality & non-smoker preferred.
Call 305-523-6771.




Hurry Place your Classifie
ad before the deadline .
524-9450


(Seasonal/Furnshed)
(Seasonal/Annual)
(Seasonal/Annual/Fumlshed)
(Seasonal/Furnished)
(Seasonal/Fumlshed)


Apts. (Seasonal/Annual/Furnished)


Docks available on a
weekly/monthly/seasonal & annual basis.
Live-aboards permitted.

Promotional effort of Hendricks Isle & Isle of Venice Association.


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Classifieds February 1991 Waterfront News 25
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PROPANE STOVE, Kenyon Marine, two-
burner w/oven, w/hoses, rack & tank.
Stainless steel. $350. Like new. 977-3934.
HIGH AND DRY BOAT HOIST 3000 pounds
$1000. Call 463-3376 or 522-1273.
FLOATING HOME for sale- completely
remodeled. Built on steel hull. Must see
extras: fireplace, loft, bedroom mirrowed,
skylight, completely furnished.
Bachlors just bring your toothbrush.
For private showing call 946-0730.
1988 PIPE WELDERS HALF TOWER with 3/4
enclosure for sale or trade for Bimini
top/side curtains. Call 923-3773.
ALCOHOL STOVE, Galley Maid, three
-burner w/oven, w/tank & hose, brown
enamel finish, $175. Ph 977-3934.




DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
DETROIT DIESEL MERCRUISER CUMMINS
* CATERPILLAR ATOMIC-4
WESTERBEKE YANMAR- new & used.
Sun Power Diesel. Call 522-4775 (Jay).
TURBOCHARGERS- GARRET.HOLSET-KKK.
CAT*SCHWITER*RAYJAY*
ROTOMASTER-AIRESEARCH-
WARNER-ISHI- MITSUBISHI
RAM TURBOS INC. In-after coolers.
305-576-4550 305-576-4612-FAX
BOMAC Marine Power Corp
Distributor for Ford Lehman parts, service
new engines and remanufactured engines
Westerbeke Onan Perkins Yanmar
Call 305-766-2625: Fax=766-2627.
JOHNSON 8HP O/B- nearly new, $700.
Call 481-2301 days / 427-9431 evenings.
UNIVERSAL ATOMIC 4-n gas, excl cond. In
boat working for demo. Call 467-1229.


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'ONAN WESTERBEKE KOHLER
iNORTHERN LIGHTS- new, used & rebuilt.
3 tolOOKW. Trade-ins are welcome.
Sun- Power Diesel Call 522-4775 (.lnt


GENERATORS- all makes, new & used,
. installation available. Repower Systems
located at Harbour Towne Marina.
Call 925-6302.
KOHLER.ONAN-WESTERBEKE
Dockside service & installation..
24-hour emergency road service.
4 Generator Plus Call 429-8724.
1 INVERTERS TRACE 2000 watt $1090
distributor Rich Beers Marine 764-6192
150 AMP '12V ALTERNATOR $300.
Distributor: Rich Beers Marine 764-6192.


IN THE...WATERFRONT NEWS'
CLASSIFIED 524-9450


SALES





WATER SYSTEM
MARINE HEADS FT. L/


SAILING DINGHY- $425, new sail, oars,
anchor, lightweight Call 523-6813
BRAND NEW 8' $450. Call 966-9285
9' DYER DINGHY w/sailing rig. $400.
Leave message 484-6682
8' foot SAIL/ROWING DINGHY- $350. 12'
AMF Puffer. Best offer. 53 Hendricks Isle.
Call 779-3356 or 462-2196.




ALLMAND 28' SPORTFISH T350 CRUSADER
1B 150 hrs $19.000. Evenings 946-6827.
1988 21' center console MAKO
New 200 hp Merc zero hrs.
New gauges, battery, canvas, controls with
warranty, super clean. $19,500.
Call 305-458-1764.
Beautiful 30.6' 1988 spotless boat-
only 44 hrs, one owner, 65+ mph.
Twin HP Merc.Bravos with silencers.
Elec head, shower, sinks, freshwater fume
detector, K-plans, depth sounder, shore-
pwr w/charger, pwr steering, C/G pkg.
stereo. Documented.
Call 305-768-9615 & 772-6282 after 6.


MECHANICS BUYS BOATS with bad engines.
Call 480-4593


17' SKI BOAT w/equipment. 115 HP
Mariner. "Sharp" 782-0107


1
Buying or selling, power or sail.
We're known for quality.
Call today.
River Bend Yacht Brokerage Inc.
1515 SW 20th Street. Ft. Landedale, FL 33315
305/728-8707


37' ISLANDER '76 loaded for cruising.
$39.000. Call 764-6192


PEARSON ENSIGN SLOOP- 23' fully found
Seagull o/b. Many xtras. Call 462-26?8.
MINI 12's & 2.4 Meter Boats-
in the water. New/used and broker boats.
Come racing Call 761-7656


38' MORGAN "West Indies" by Heritage
Center cockpit walkthru Perkins 50HP 2
hds/shwrs fzr Loran autopilot. Blue water
live-aboard $49.000. Miami 856-3891
PETERSON 44'
Best cruising sailboat under $100K.
*Never chartered exc-cond 3rd owner.
*Sailed Bahamas, Caribbean, Maine.
*Hood Stoway main & custom features.
Owner offers (a $98K. Ph 305-564-2957.


16' HOBIE must sell $600. Call 767-8970.


We Buy Boats
Power & Sail 8'-40'
Any condition.
Turn Your Unwanted Boat into Cash Todayl
305-977-3934


WANTED: SAIL KIT with hardware for 26-
foot Perma Craft, any information on
Perma Craft 26 1978 specs, ect. motor
sailer or trawler. Call 942-0902.
MARINE MECHANIC WANTS TO "BOAT-SIT"
or rent live-aboard in exchange for
services. Call Jerry at 925-6302.
Situation Wanted: HOME CARE SERVICE.
Trans, companionship, will travel.
Ambulatory only. Experience & refs.
Call 791-1509.


Service

525-5513




281 SW 33rd St.
AUDERDALE, FL


POMPANO CONDO/HOMES WITH DOCKAGE-
.1/1 $75,000 deepwater dockage up to 80'
*2/2 $159,000 to 38' plus pvt beach
*2/2 $74,500 charming waterfront village
*1/1.5 $67,500 furn. Marina view (55+)
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
LAS OLAS ISLES- 2/1.5 townhomes. Very
modern, pool, inclds deepwater boat slip.
$139K+. Investors rent guaranteed.
Open house 1-5. Call Darrell 524-1615
OCEAN ACCESS LOT- on Dania Cut-off
Canal. Includes 2 sets of house plans.
$41 500 Ph 964-7476/Beeper 992-1703


LAS OLAS- deepwater w/income. 2/2. Tile
floors. 3 live-aboard slips. Jim Price,
Prudential Call 537-7515 or 522-0700.
DEEP WATER/OCEAN ACCESS for sale
(lease option considered). Newly renovated
1,600 sq ft, 2/2 home with 65' dock,
Florida room, garage. Lauderdale Isles,
quiet neighborhood. Must sell. Reduced to
$14? 000 Call (305) 791-3628
POMPANO- deepwater 2/2 pool $265k
adjoining extra lot 60x100 w/dock
deepwater $190k Owner 781-3417
KEY LARGO, FL 350 feet on water 2
restaurants 14-slip marina 3 apts, boat
car gas 1 million OWTB MTG
Call 305-757-8333 or 305 451-4795
LOVELY 3/2, pool home, on deep water.
Incl: docks, courtyard, cathedral ceilings.
$189500 Call 792-3586
OCEAN ACCESS DEEPWATER NO FIXED
Bridges on New River, 2/1 family rm,
$115,000 for quick sale to settle estate.
Call Gary Case or Jim Mathieu at
Kroll Realty 475-8800


CITRU ISLES DEEPWATER
Reduced to $189,000
No fixed bridges large 2/2 Fla. Style. Extra
Ig liv & fam rm. Deal fell thru. Motivated
seller. Jack Smith Realtor Classic Homes
771-3000
WOW, WHAT BARGAINS! 1 Bedrm near
Intracoastal view, only $54,900. RIO
VISTA AREA GEM, 2 bedrm, 2 bath, garden
style, owner anxious $64,900. QUAINT SE
corner apt with canal view. 2 bedrm 2 bath,
laundry in apt. $75,000. ON THE SAND,
Pier 66 area. Elegant SE 2 bedroom 2 bath
$198,000. Call anytime GOOD SERVICE
REALTY, Inc. Ingeborg Leatherbury, Realtor
761-3300.


S ie N.91. -52-43044
Wednesday February 27 9:00 AM
Miami Port Authority
Passenger Terminal No. 8, Miami, FL

VESSELS
197 48'Thompon, Trawler/Cabin Crunser. Fber-
glass. Z-453 DOero Diesel. Stove. Depth Finder.
Darlorth Compass. Blirnl Top, Fair Condition.
Viewing Date: February 25 9AM-4PM
Location: Driftwood Harbor
139th & Dolphln Ave.. Marathon. FL
1982 27' AMF, Center Console, Fiberglass. Twin 200
H.P. Evinude V6 Outboard. Good Condition.
Viewing Date: February 25 9AM-4PM
Location: oral Bay Marina
601 Mastic St., Islamorada. FL
174 38 Unersaln, Trawler Yacht. Fiberglas, 6H
Detrot PSL
Viewing Osa: February 26 9AM-4PM
Location: Schurger Diving & Salvage
2910 NW River Dr., Miami. FL
1980 M .Perdomrer Offshore, Fberglass, No
Outdrives,. Fair Condition.
S166 34', Sport Fisherman, Wood Twin Commander
340-gas. Sex Loran, Unlden VHF. Outdgger. Twin
Berths, RFefgeraor/Slove/Snk Two Flghlng Chain.
Viewing Date: Febuary 26 9AM-4PM
Locaton: Maul Lake Marina
17201 Bcayne Blvd. North Miami, FL
U.S. Customs Service
Sa. mcodudd by EG Dynind
703 351-7887


B Buying Or Selling Real Estate In The
REAR Yachting Capital Of The World?
Call A Fellow Boater, Who Understands Your Needs


PETER MALONEY
Realtor / Associate
Residence 305-467-1472
Office 305-525-6488


SOUTHPORT REALTY, INC.
1544 Cordova Road
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316.


-H~04rs


ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES. REALTORS
(30s) 462-5770


PRICED FOR QUICK SALE DEEPWATERI
2 bdrm home on 70' of water off of South
Fork New River. MOTIVATED SELLER A
BARGAIN AT$124,9001
AFFORDABLE DEEPWATER POOL
HOME! 2 bedroom, 2 bath plus den with light
ceramic tile floors. Screened porch &
spacious patio overlooks 70' of water on
ocean access canal off the South Fork New
River. Only $139,9001
POINT LOT DIRECTLY ON NEW RIVER -
221' of waterfront! 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
with a sensational view of the New River.
Watch the yachts of the world pass by from
this serene setting.Property affords great
potential to expand on home & boat
dockagel $359,000.
Owner Financingl DEEPWATER NO
FIXED BRIDGESI 3 bdrm, 2 bath with
central A/C, new kitchen, Ige family room,
wood deck, custom woodwork & Mexican
tile. Near New River $249,900.
LUXURY NE 49 ST. Townhouse with
Dockl 2 Bedroom 2 1/2 bath plus loft with
custom wet bar, new carpet, mexican tile, 2
car garage, deck & 32' deepwater dock.
Small pets OK; Just Listed $259,900.
MIDDLE RIVER OCEAN ACCESS -
GREAT N .E. LOCATION 3 bedroom, 2
bath in process of major renovation. JUST
REDUCED $164,900.
CITRUS ISLE 3/2 Deepwater Pool Home -
Larger model with cent. A/C, white tile.
Diving pool and 75' of waterfront. Just
Listed $239,900.
H20 + $ INCOME = WATERFRONT
DUPLEXES
DEEPWATER DUPLEX 2 Bedroom/1
bath and 2 bedroom/2 bath, Central A/C,
32' Waterfront. Only $164,900!
DEEPWATER LOT Large Appros 134' (+)
x 100' of deepwater on wide canal off the
south fork New River. New seawall & new
85' dock! Located on street with luxury
waterfront residences. Just Listed $170,000.
ATTENTION HANDYMAN/BUILDER!
Large lot (100' x 180') with 100' of water
on Middle River located in prestigious
Coral Ridge area. 4/2 home with tre-
mendous potential. JUST LISTED
$359,000. Owner considering offers.
RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES &
ANNUAL RENTALSI Live on a private is-
land near downtown Fort Lauderdale on the
New Riverl 24 hr. security, golf, tennis, sau-
nas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK', un-
restricted ocean access dockage* as avail-
able '(owners only).
1/1 $54,900 1/1/1/2 $74,900 2/2 $93,900
1/1 56,900 2/1//2 78,900 2/2 98,900
1/1 57,900 2/1/1/2 79,900 2/2 124,900
1/11/2 68,000 2/2 79,900
1/1/1/269,90012/2 89,900
River Reach rentals also available
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS
AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified BuyersP
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft Laud., FL
(305)462-5770
Uvlng and Working on the New River


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26 Waterfront News February 1991 Classifieds


STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All types & makes Lic. & Insured.
DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
COMPLETE RIGGING AT YOUR DOCK
competitive prices, quality service.
Ask for Ted 463-7100
MARINE ELECTRIC- C. Tom Williams.
Your dock or mine. Insured for marinas.
Call 305-981-4663.
MARINE HANDYMAN- general repairs,
installations, maintenance, odd jobs, etc.
Fair rates Dave: 764-2229
JERRY'S OUTBOARD REPAIRS- full
service shop, tune-ups to rebuilds. We buy
& sell used motors & parts. Reasonable
rates Call 977-2877.
MARINE PLUMBER- 15 yrs local. New
installations, repairs. Wide exper. Working
w/legal marine sanitation device laws since
1976. Reasonable/trustworthy.
Call Nautical Johns 467-7847
ATLANTIC MOBILE MARINE- gas/diesel
elect, carpentry. 462-5390/351-9530
Keep your boat looking good. Varnish
Paint/Teak R&R BRIGHTWORK will do it.
Call Roland 979-6946


WILLIAMS MOBILE MARINE SERVICE-
Oil & filter change $20 plus parts.
Lower end lube change $5 plus parts.
Hollywood 920-6958.


DISCOUNT SALES AND INSTALLATIONS-
Sat-Nav, Watermakers, SSB/HAM/VHF,
Radar, Inverters, Wind Generators.
$25/hour or call Jim for quote.
CRUISER'S SLIPPI Y (3F0 728-9607


One Call does it all, complete vessel
maintenance, wash, wax, buffing, also
underwater services, hull cleaning, etc.
Call Mike of Expert Marine Service at
961-7065 for complete mobile service.


COMPLETE MARINE SERVICES- plumbing to
mechanical to 12/110V repairs or repl.
"FREE ESTIMATES" call Michael 462-2967.
BETA MARINE- all types general repairs
incl: A/C & D/C elec, gas & diesel engines;
transmissions, steering systems. Owner
absentee service, cleaning, antique work.
Call 587-7952.
MARK'S MOBILE SERVICE for complete
dockside repairs & servicing power or sail.
Diesel, gas and generator engines. Tune-up
to rebuilds. Service call $45 first hour.
24 hour service.
Call 305-797-2944 Ft Lauderdale.
REPAIRS, engines, trans, elect, a/c &
hydraulic. Call A-1 ABLE 761-8893
QUALITY MARINE SERVICE: Monthly
dockside maintenance, underwater prop
changes & hull cleaning, electronics &
equipment installations, electrical
troubleshooting & repairs, call for free
inspection. Capt Dave Alexander 581-8052
or beeper # 528-5330
SOUTHERN CROSS YACHTING SERVICE
Reliable-professional*reasonable 563-5469


John Edward Longhi

Yacht Photography

305-524-2862





TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service, parts. All makes. 764-6192.
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.
JAN-CHRIS MARINE AIR INC. for all your
a c refrig needs MC Visa acc. 785-6511
HAWTHORNE MARINE
Factory authorized dealer for:
Adler/Barbour Crosby Cruisair
Marine Air Sea Frost Call 763-2653
SPECIAL TECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty. $1395. Call 764-6192.1


CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your
site. Call 781-1970
ANCHOR MARINE CANVAS Co. 462-7525
Satisfying customers for 20 years.
We've done it all.
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486
Kennedy Yacht & Home UPHOLSTERY &
CANVAS. Complete Interior & Exterior
* Custom Perfect Products. 760-7571
URWAY CANVAS & UPHOL. Right the 1st
time. 30 yrs exper. Bill 584-2472

SEWN & SEW FORTH
SCustom Sewing & repairs,
sheets, draperies, cushion
covers & canvas
524-5082




The WESLEY W. deep sea fishing
Intracoastal cruises, Bahamas trips
Experienced seasoned crew state of the
art equipment. Closest to Gulf Stream.
Waters Edge Marina, Boynton Beach,

Florida. Reasonable rates.
407-533-1448





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 POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline.
In-water service at your dock.
Call R.B. Bailey at.921-8286.
EUROCLEAN. 'YACHT SPECIALIST:
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY/INTERIORS. We
don't cut corners- We clean them 7
days/24 hrs. Licensed/Insured.






HUDDLE'S DOCK SIDE
BOAT SERVICE
Specializing In Teak
Waxing And Polishing
Bilge And Engine Cleaning
Beautify Your Boat Now and
Save Expensive Repairs Later.
305 426-3946
JOHN and CRAIG Lighthouse Point, FL


HIGH AND DRY BOAT HOIST 3000 pounds
$1000 Call 463-3376 or 522-1273.
DAVIT SERVICES- "The Boat Lift Experts."
Call today for a quote: 305-941-8090

SALES
INSTALLATIONS
MAINTENANCE
S 7 DAY REPAIR SERVICE

S COASTAL BOATLIFTS, INC.

25s No. FEDERAL HWY.
S SMUITEH (305) 537-9119
FT.LAUDERDALE, FL 33305







YACHT CAPTAIN- 100-ton lic. Power &
Sail, all areas, charters & deliveries,
excellent refs. Capt Ed Wiser. 977-3934
DELIVERY CAPTAIN- licensed 100-ton. US
Navy ret- Capt/Nav/lnstr.. Captain
Donnelly. 522-6451 or 516-265-5470
150-ton USCG Master- Dave: 305-763-4432


GB's UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE-
clean & maintain boat bottoms including
replacing zincs & pulling props. Monthly &
bi-monthly service available. In Broward
call Geoff 431-1923. In Dade 770-8512.
MASTER DIVE DIVING SERVICE- underwater
maintenance bottom cleaning prop
changing. At your location, 24 hrs. Call 305-
572-8276 or mobile 305-980-3000.
DA's Underwater MAINTENANCE 763-4432
DIVER's COVE- boat bottom service.
Complete underwater maintenance.
Bottom cleaning, prop changing, zinc
replacement, light salvage at your location.
Call 946-5647 days.
M&E MARINE SERVICE- 305-760-7715.
"We clean your bottom." Dockside diving
services, hull cleaning & zinc replacement.
DIVER DAVE
Complete underwater maintenance
bottom cleaning, props changed,
inspections. 7 days 24 hrs 963-6325
HYDROLIX HULL SERVICE- 305-563-9023
Hydraulic underwater hull cleaning, props,
shafts and cutless bearings removed and
replaced at your dock.



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31 YRS EXP in fiberglass repairs. Gel
coat, hard tops. 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.
We guarantee our work as long as you own
your boat Enough said. 18 yrs experience.
voice Beeper 875-5577/after 6pm 792-4823
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Efficient smooth gelcoat stripper
BY
Osmotech of South Florida Inc 462-7560
FIBERGLASS REPAIRS- lic & ins. Refs.
Guaranteed. 966-9285




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


SAILING: one on one, your boat or mine.
NAVIGATION: basic & celestial 763-3630


MARINE SURVEYORS COURSE, US Captain
Association USCG reg info Navtech Captains
License Prep 800-245-4425


TREES TRIMMED/BRUSH CLEARED 1-man
crew. low hr rate. Ft Laud area. 462-5785
GEORGE"S LAWN SERVICE- just basic
mowing $15 a cut. Free est. 786-0958.





BOAT LETTERING BY CAROL- standard &
custom, gold leaf. Reasonable rates. Free
estimate. Call 764-2229
PRE-SPACED BOAT LETTERING 3M vinyl
materials- gntd 7 yrs or replaced freely
Installed in or out of water. Get 10% off
with this ad. Supergrafix computerized
lettering. 1530-C North Federal Highway,
Pompano Beach.
Ca1782-2267.800-537-S IGN
LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 763-4783

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DOCK PILES- eroded wood or concrete.
Economical restoration. 10 yr guarantee.
Papworth, Inc. since 1965 (200,000 sold).
Call 305-525-7411 collect. Phone
estimates-Brochures-Owner or contractor
installation. Contractors welcome.


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305-968-8868


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- All
type vessels, insurance & buyers. Call
David Price at 305-463-6946.
DIESEL ENGINE SURVEY, oil analysis,
troubleshoot & repair. Power/sail Diesel
Tech 564-4412 #1 service.
MARK RHODES MARINE SURVEYOR-
buyers, insurance & evaluation. Power &
sail. Call 946-6779.
PURCHASE & INS SURVEYS- power & sail.
Prompt service. Pascoe & Associates,
since 1944 Call Don Cote 524-8661
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick'Williamson
407-272-1053 800-329-1053
PURCHASE & INS SURVEYS- power & sail.
Prompt service. Pascoe & Associates,
since 1944. Call Don Cote 524-8661
C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Surveys- pre-purchase, damage,
investigations-subrogation actions.
Member: SAMS, ASQC, ABYC.
"For a quality survey, call the quality
people."
Call Jim Sanislo 407-495-4920



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up or disposed of


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CHAMBERLAND YACHT UPHOLSTERY-
reupholstery & custom work: autos, home
furniture, boat cushions & canvas
bedspreads, drapes, Tonneau cover,
renovations etc Call Lisa 527-1825
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486.
Kennedy Yacht & Home UPHOLSTERY &
CANVAS. Complete Interior & Exterior
* Custom Perfect Products. 760-7571
CANING, SEAT WEAVING, chair/rocker
repair-restoration. Call Kevin 565-6435.


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MICHAEL'S MARINE SERVICE offers
"Excellence in Woodworking' to the
waterfront community. Specializing in
custom furnishings & fabrications for
sailing & power vessels. Established in
1981. 2101 SW 2 Av. Ft Laud. 765-1466.
Seafarer Marine is YOUR source for
HARDWOODS & PLYWOOD Custom
Woodworking, carpentry & millwork.
Licensed & insured. 3100 SW 3rd Ave. Ft.
Laud. 33315. MARINE TRADES REFERRAL
NETWORK 763-4263 766-9966
31 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Custom
cabinetry, wet bars, tables, electronic
consoles, entertainment centers.
JackAnderson 462-6758
'CARPENTER- very experienced in fine yacht
restoration and repair. Free estimates and
advice. Reasonable rates.
The Old Carpenter. Call 305-581-0888
AT YOUR SERVICE- Finest varnishing,
teak restoring & yacht detailing.
Call Rico 524-7032.
WOODFINISHING Woodgraining Pickling
specializing in repairs from leaks,
discoloration & veneer lifting.
Call Patti Sehi 524-0783


SHIPWRIGHT MARINE SERVICES-
repairs & custom fabrications on wood,
mica & plexiglass. Free est., local refs.
200 SW 25 St.. Ft Laud. Call 989-4141


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Sale No. 91-62-043044
Wednesday February 27 9:00 AM
Miami Port Authority
Passenger Terminal No. 8, Miami, FL.

VESSELS -
1978 48' Thompson, Trawler/Cabin Cruiser, Fber-
glass, Z-453 Detroit Diesel. Stove, Depth Finder,
Danforth Compass, Bimini Top, Fair Condition.
Viewing Date: February 25 9AM-4PM
Location: Driftwood Harbor
139th & Dolphin Ave., Marathon, FL
1982 27 AMF, Center Console, Fiberglass, Twin 200
H.P. Evinrude V6 Outboard, Good Condition.
Viewing Date: February 25 9AM-4PM
Location: Coral Bay Marina
601 Mastic St., Islamorada. FL
1974 38 Unlven at, Trawler Yacht, Fiberglass, 6H
Detroit PSL.
Viewing Date: February 26 9AM-4PM
Location: Schurger Diving & Salvage
2910 NW River Dr., Miami, FL
1980 40', Performer Offshore, Fiberglass, No
Outdrives, Fair Condition.
1966 34', Sport Fisherman, Wood, Twin Commander
340-gas, Silex Loran, Uniden VHF, Outriggers, Twin
Berths, Refrigerator/Stove/Sink, Two Fighting Chairs.
Viewing Date: February 26 9AM-4PM
Location: Maule Lake Marina
17201 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami, FL
U.S. Customs Service
Sale conducted by EG&G Dynatrend
703 351-7887


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Mercruiser PCM Indmar OMC Cobra Crusader
Johnson Mercury Evinrude Mariner Marine Power
All Gas Inboards & Stern Drives 24 Hour Dockside Available *
Tune-ups / Oil Changes Security Safety Products *
Instrument Panels & Gauges Batteries & Alternators *
Controls / Steering Manifolds & Silencers *\ /
1532 S.W. 7th AVE. Factory Trained Fiberglass Repairs *
POMPANO BEACH, FL 33060 __
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Our new Fuel Docks are now open!

Harbour Towne Marina's Fuel Docks have
been through a face-lift. We've installed
new fuel pumps and a new fuel dock.
Open 7 days a week. 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Stop by and see our changes ... with 6 pumps I
(GAS and DIESEL) to choose from, you'll never --
have to waste boating-time waiting for a pump., g
Best of all, Harbour Towne Marina is now a

*j TEXACO STARPORT ..E. .i
you're interested in receiving a Texaco credit card,
stop by and pick up an application.

Located west at I.C.W. Marker 35 and south of Port Everglades, Harbour Towne has convenient ocean
access, with no bridges, and is only seven miles from the Fort Lauderdale airport.

801 NE 3rd Street Dania, Florida 33004 (305)926-0300




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