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Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1991
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    Main: Broward News
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    Main: Palm Beach News
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    Main: Dade News
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    Main: Sailing
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    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
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    Main: The Main Brace
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    Main: Fishing
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    Main: Commerce
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    Main: Habitat
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Waterfront


News


Issue 12 m ,. .,
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SOcean ,"0NAUL surfacetoge i Miami


By SUSAN PAYETTE
The Ocean Expo '91, a dive show, will be held
March 15-17. The 5th annual show will be at the
Radisson Center Convention Facility at 777 NW 72
Ave. in Miami, off State Road 836. The show features
displays from hundred of shops, manufacturers, travel
resorts, watersports, treasure, nautical wear, marine
arts and crafts, boats and more.
There will also be product-oriented slide shows,
films and lectures that will be presented by show
exhibitors that are continuous and included in the price
of an admission ticket.
An in water scuba intro in the indoor heated pool is
sponsored by the National Association of Underwater
Instructors (NAUI). Join hundreds of prospective
scuba divers giving it a try. Non-divers can bring
swim suits and towels.
NAUI will be holding their International
Conference on Underwater Education ("IQ") in
conjunction with the show this year. Over 60 renown
guest speakers will cover topics from A to Z. Info,
seminar pricing and advance ticketing for the "IQ" can
be obtained through NAUI headquarters, P.O. Box
14650, Montclair, CA 91763. Call (714) 621-5801.
A get-together to kick off an "evening of
entertainment" will be held March 16, 7 p.m. at the
Radisson Centre. Included will be audio visual
delights and guest speakers.
Stan Waterman will show a video and will also act
as MC for the evening. Also on hand will be Dr.
Sylvia Earle, chief scientist for NOAA; Dr. Eugenie
Clark and George Monteiro. Festivities include a
marine photo contest, a student poster contest and
award presentations from NAUI and Ocean Expo.
The show runs Friday, 6 to 10 p.m., Saturday 11
a.m to 7 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Admission for adults is $7. Kids under 12-are admitted
free.
For more information call (305) 891-6095.


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Scuba instructors check their 'IQ'


By KATHY WEYDIG
NAUI will host the next International Conference
on Underwater Education (IQ). The conference and
exposition will be held in conjunction with Ocean
Expo at the Radisson Center in Miami.
Marine conservation is this year's theme. IQ is a
major forum for important papers on diving-related
subjects. Over 12,000 attendees are expected.
Response by experts in the field of diving and marine
conservation to participate in this show has been
overwhelming,. Our program hopes to include
representatives from the White House and major
conservation agencies and even possibly some
Hollywood celebrities.
NAUI is a non-profit organization and needs
contributions to make important events possible.


Ocean Expo Hours:

Friday, March 15, 6-10pm
Saturday, March 16, 11-7
Sunday, March 17, 11-5:30

Radisson Center Convention Facility
777 NW 72 Avenue, Miami








2 Waterfront News March 1991 News


Editor's log


Miami City Commission expected to considered a
revised live-aboard ordinance governing boats in
the community at the scheduled meeting Feb. 28 at the
commission chambers adjacent Dinner Key Marina.
Commissioners passed the Planning, Building and
Zoning Department's ordinance at the Feb 7 meeting,
where live-aboard advocates were heard and voted
down. It was the first reading for the ordinance which
must survive a second reading and passage to become
final. The item was continued from a Planning
Advisory Board meeting of Nov. 28, 1990.
The bill would eliminate live-aboards in a number
of waterfront areas of Miami.
-Hank Jones
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Harbor Marina in early march. The developer secured
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A group of Coral Bay homeowners is thinking of
filing suit with the developer.
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The Pompano Beach Marine Patrol suggests that
waterfront residents in that city call 786-4200 if they
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March 1991 Waterfront News 3


Editor's


log


LOG, FROM page 2
The Pompano Seafood Festival is on again,
after the the chamber of commerce and the city
commissioners reached a compromise on the event
planned for April 27-28 on the beach south of the
fishing pier.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has received
an application from the Lauderdale Yacht Basin "to
redesign and renovate its existing facility." The
proposal calls for a 222-slip basin with dry
storage for an additional 250 boats on the South Fork
New River site. The existing 4.5-acre basin would be
dredged to a depth of -7 feet at mean low water and
expanded in area to about 15.5 acres. "The new marina
basin would be bulkheaded with rounded vertical
seawalls (to eliminate sharp comers)and flushing
culverts would be installed to eliminate dead end runs)
to improve water quality and enhance tidal flushing,"
read the yacht basins application.
The Corps will take comments on the plan till
March 7 at its Jacksonville district office, P.O. Box
4970, Jacksonville, FL 32232-0019. For more
questions about the project, call Donald Borda at the
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4 Waterfront News March 1991 Letters


)se Mahoney
memories


To the Editor:
With the visions of the ultra modem Whitbread
fleet still on my mind, you have taken me back to
another time of sailing greats with your February front
page story on the Rose Mahoney in Miami.
As a child, I would look at her huge red hull as it
lay high and dry alongside what is now Biscayne
Boulevard in the downtown area. The dismantling
took a long time as the five masts and timbers were
removed and salvaged.
The 1926 hurricane did much damage, but nothing
was more sad than to see the Rose die slowly under
the hammers and saws. Her days were numbered as
they were for all large sailing vessels of her type
anyway. Perhaps, the storm was only a merciful
hastening of the final day.
Walter A. Kelcham
Fort Lauderdale

Cruising club says thanks
To the Editor:
Thanks for publishing the pre-party info' for
SSCA (Seven Seas Cruising Association)! We did get
some response from the article which is great. We
appreciate you helping us to "spread the word" about
SSCA.
Marilyn Young
SSCA Home Base
Fort Lauderdale


Mrs. Thelma Webster on
the deck of the wrecked
schooner Rose Mahoney
at Miami's city docks.


The wrecked schooner
Rose Mahoney
in Miami.


Waterway speed laws protect people, too


To the Editor:
I am writing to plead for nautical sanity. It is very
nice and quite admirable that one would desire to
create boating speed limits for the express purpose of
protecting the manatees. However, with all due respect
for the manatees, how about protecting me!
As much as I want to see manatees survive, I want
to survive myself and have my children survive. One
way I can protect myself and increase my chances of
survival is to stay off the waters of the great state of
Florida. That is correct. Myself, my family and
thousands of my fellow citizens have been intimidated
off the water by the outrageous excesses of a few.
Boating in Florida has become the province of
those with the biggest engines. Unrestricted and
uncontrolled, monster boats with, all too often, just
plain sociopaths at the helm, have physically driven us
off the water. Gone are the days of the little sailing
fleets. Gone are the days of the rowing shell. Gone are
the days of "just messin' around in boats." It is
physically dangerous to participate in the water-
oriented activities we took for granted a mere half-
decade ago.
In my opinion, the government, our government,
my government(!), has grossly fallen short of its
responsibility to not only regulate the waterways, but
to offer the boater on the public waterways at least
equal protection to that of the motorist on the public
highways. It is preposterous to assume an unregulated
free-for-all on the highways why does my legislature
allow it on the waterways?
In order to earn the privileges of using the public
highways, one must pass a mandatory test,
demonstrate personal competence and prove financial
responsibility. The state requires none of the above for
operating a vessel upon the public waterways. The
legislature requires not even the slightest proof of
competence nor financial responsibility despite the
recognized fact that operating a motor vessel is far
more difficult and requires far more discreet
knowledge than operating an automobile.
Perhaps, the average non-boating person is not


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completely aware of what it is like to venture out on the
water say the Intracoastal Waterway anywhere in
Florida. To them I might describe a scene of utter
chaos, the type of chaos that you might imagine on the
state's highways if vehicle operators learned to drive
the way boaters learned to boat. Imagine if no one
driving a vehicle had to adhere to any regulations, nor
even were aware that they existed. Imagine vehicle
operators driving anyplace they felt like, on any side of
the road that was handy, at any speed that pleased
them, making any amount of noise they felt like.
Imagine them zooming past your house at outrageous
speeds, throwing up clouds of dirt into your front
yard. Imagine further that these "motorists" had any
size vehicle at any horsepower they could afford with
absolutely no restriction whatsoever. Why would they
act any other way if all they ever needed to know was
how to start the engine and put the car in gear! I am
sure you do not want our drivers trained like that.
Well, most.of us don't want our boaters trained like
that either.
The horror scene I have asked you to imagine is
precisely what Florida boating circa 1990 is like. To
add insult to injury, a significant number of these
careening monsters have no insurance. For a sizeable
majority of these "boaters," a training program consists
of watching a few TV episodes of Miami Vice.
In exactly the way the state regulates automobiles,
the state must regulate boats. There is no constitutional
"right" to destroy public property nor private
tranquility with a boat any more than there is with a
vehicle or an all-terrain vehicle. The state has a duty to
protect the public interest on the waters as on the land.
The size and power of boats must be restricted. The
places they go must be controlled. You cannot, for
instance, allow these powerful boats to operate
unrestricted in shallow waters where the prop-wash'
from their propellers devastates the bottom, destroying
other life forms such as turtle grass and coral, not just
manatees and humans.
It is the responsibility of the state to have licensing


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requirements commensurate with the level of skill
required. The state does not allow people to fly
airplanes without a license. Why, then, does it allow
them to operate boats without a license? The
undesirable consequences of unrestricted aircraft
operation is arguably less disastrous than unrestricted
boating.
The time to rectify this situation is now. The
overwhelming majority of the boating public is solidly
behind the concept of mandatory education and
licensing, strict licensing. Only after we, the public,
have reasonable assurance that the boat we see bearing
down on us at maybe 100 miles per hour has a person
at the helm who has earned the privilege to operate that
boat by demonstrating competence and responsibility
will we feel it is safe to return to the water.
The manatees can be saved by saving the humans.
Charles Kanter
Key Largo


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Question-
I have a twin engine Chris Craft that runs swell. My
problem is the controls on this boat. They don't match
at all speeds. I can set the engines with my
synchronizer but the controls are out of line and I can't
use the dual handles I have. There must be some
adjustments or whatever.
Philip

Answer-
There are adjustments on all control cables on each
end. The length can be set with the clevis and locknut
threads. Also under your controls there are slides that
secure the cables from moving. If they are loose the
cables shift and won't line up. Also on the
transmissions there are plates that must be tight so that
the controls will line up. I would check for loose
connections first and then make all adjustments.
Al


Q-
My boat has a real hard time getting up on plane.
I've followed your advice on doing the bottom. I have
moved the load that I carry forward. I have eliminated a
lot of junk and still although it's better, I have a
struggle to get up on plane. My boat digs in most of the
time and still on other times (now) gets up there. What
else to do?
Harry
A-
If your fuel tank or tanks are full and mounted in
the floor in the rear you can have a problem. Try
letting the fuel run down enough so that you won't run
out of fuel and see if that helps. I have found putting
two saddle tanks up forward in the boat and not using
the floor tank has cured some of these problems. You
can always install trim tabs. They really do a good
job.
Al


I have a very peculiar problem on my boat. Engine
is OK and starts without any trouble. After I'm
running awhile and I check my engine and race it up I
notice the water hoses sort of collapse. When I ease up
on the throttle they round out.
What causes that and how can I correct it?
Mort

A-
Your problem will become serious unless
corrected. Your hoses are deteriorating and when you
remove them you will see internal cracks and flaking
of the rubber which will get into your pump and clog
the thermostat causing overheating and damage to your
heat exchanger.
If you are fresh water cooled, get new hoses,
preferably wire molded, and you will be home free.
Al


Boaters from throughout Broward joined hundreds of
sailors on shore leave from the 600-foot, 1200-man
Navy destroyer USS Shenandoah docked at Port
Everglades to show their support for the soldiers in
the Middle East. A large flotilla of boats spread along
the Intracoastal Waterway from Deerfield Beach to Port
Everglades observing "Operation Desert Float" on
February 23. photo by George Olsen


Dear 'Big Phil'-
Big Al must have your return address in order to
respond to your letter. Please call or write the
Waterfront News as soon as possible so we publish
your letter.
The Editor

Editor's note: "Big Al" is a marine engine instructor
with the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Al is an aircraft
pilot and former U.S. Marine Corps Engine
Maintenance Instructor. He can be found conducting
Courtesy Marine Inspections at the USCG Auxiliary
Base, 700 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, most
every Saturday morning till noon.


SIF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM OF ANY KIND WITH
YOUR BOAT, WRITE TO:
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Waterway Cleanup vows to scour the shores


By MIKE DICKMAN
The Marine Industries Association of South
Florida, Inc. has organized the 14th Annual Waterway
Cleanup as a public awareness campaign aimed at
"keeping our waterways clean."
What started as a group of volunteers gathering
together once a year to spruce up the shores has grown
into a major event now involving hundreds of
residents and boats. Last year's Cleanup pulled 429
tons of trash from Broward County waterways.
Whether or not you own a boat, you can play a
role in helping us clean Broward's waterways. In
return for your efforts, you will receive a ticket for
admittance to attend the "trash bash," a celebration
party. There will be food and the chance to win prizes.
Location of this party will be revealed at the Cleanup
sites.
To participate, show up at one of the 18 Broward
sites which run from Hallandale to Deerfield Beach,
March 2, 9 a.m. At the site you will receive a
complimentary T-shirt while they last. You need not
own a boat. We need people on the shore to help carry
the garbage from the docks to the receptacles.
Make sure you wear clothes that you won't mind
getting wet and dirty. Please wear work gloves and
you must wear shoes. Sun tan lotion, sunglasses and
hats are also a good idea to protect you from the sun.
Bring your own drinking water since not all sites have
water facilities.
Waterway Cleanup is a volunteer community
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protection, organizers say.
Last year's cleanup resulted in the collection of
more than 429 tons of trash collected by more than
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Boat setback proposal dead in the water


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
A proposal to establish a five- to ten-foot setback
limit for vessels docked along the canals of the
Lauderdale Isles neighborhood in unincorporated
Broward County was quashed at a recent Lauderdale
Isles Civic Improvement Association meeting.
Lauderdale Isles association president George
Counts stated, "As far as I'm concerned, this is a dead
issue."
Back in November, the Marine Advisory
Committee (MAC) of the Broward County
Commission voted to not hear the issue unless the
County Administrator or County Commission chair
expressed an interest in the matter.
John Fiore, liaison to the MAC, stated, "I went up
and down every canal and photographed any violation,
and my recommendation was that there wasn't a
problem."
Fiore continued that in the wintertime there are
many more boats parked in the canals of Lauderdale
Isles, but out of the 40 or so potential violations he
found, only 2 or 3 were gross violations.
Al Reed, the main proponent of boating setbacks,
was net with hostility by Lauderdale Isles residents at
the last civic association meeting in late January.


Members expressed their frustration, urging him to
leave the Isles because of his meddling in their affairs.
Reed has apparently decided not to pursue the
issue after the MAC took a look at the situation and
reported its findings. There was little interest in
pursuing the matter at the civic association meeting,
which has hurt Reed's cause as well.
However, Reed defends his views, stating, "I feel
very conscious about the waterways, and my concerns
are that I don't want to saturate the Isles. The intent of
the setbacks was to maintain continuity and build a
buffer between property lines to allow boat owners
maneuverability."
Another resident of Lauderdale Isles, Jim
Castagnola, noted that the waterfront community is
fairly well-spaced apart and if you have a large boat,
you only need to go up a few houses to maneuver.
Castagnola added, "It is a very personal issue as to
what each individual owner is doing with his/her
property; I like a zero setback, but I can also see other
people's reasoning for wanting a setback."
John Fiore related that despite the rebuke to
setback proponents, he feels that the issue may not be
totally dead, and that it could resurface sometime in the
near future.


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Fort Lauderdale Rotary honors contribution to Riverwalk


Members of the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale,
the downtown club, admired some of their own
handiwork Jan. 30, holding their monthly meeting on
the banks of the New River, at a gazebo the
organization donated to the city's Riverwalk project.
During the picnic lunch, they recognized the
individual contribution of one of their members, Leon
Sikes, Jr., who donated a $1,500 floor specially
designed for the structure.
To show its commitment to Riverwalk, the city's
revitalization and improvement project, the 185-
member club purchased one of the two gazebos in the
new 10-acre Linear Park on the banks of the New
River.
The Rotary purchased the $20,000 gazebo for the
project, excluding the floor. "We wanted to put
something special on the floor that would show it was
a Rotary project," says Tom Tapp, Rotary president-
elect who organized the project. Tapp conferred with
Leon Sikes, president of Sikes Tile Distributors, Inc.,
about creating the Rotary's symbolic wheel on the
floor in ceramic tile.
"Leon just took off. Before I knew it, he was
telling me his designers were fabricating the tile, when
it was going to be fired and how it would be installed,"
says Tapp, director of parks and recreation for the city
of Fort Lauderdale.
"In the 36 years I've been in the Rotary, both in
Fort Lauderdale and Lakeland, we've accomplished a
lot. Most of it doesn't get a tremendous amount of
public recognition," says Sikes. "My contribution
helped gain some recognition for the Rotary. Of
course, I think it also significantly enhanced the
appearance of the gazebo."
Sikes had custom artwork made of Rotary wheel,
matching every detail including the precise shade of
blue. The artwork was silk-screened by hand onto four-
inch-square white tiles. The screened tiles were kiln-
fired at 2,020 degrees Fahrenheit and came out of the
kiln ready to withstand the foot traffic of an outside
park.
In all, 97 tiles with the Rotary logo were set in a
field of red pavers, to provide the interior floor of the
130-square-foot gazebo.
The Rotary gazebo is in Fort Lauderdale's historic
district, the first Riverwalk construction project, just


west of the FEC Railroad between SW 3rd Ave. and
SW 4th Ave. on the north bank of the New River. It is
the largest capital improvement project the downtown
Rotary club has undertaken, surpassing their $15,000
donation to the renovation of George English Park
several years ago.
'The other gazebo is floored with bricks bought by
individuals to help fund the project," explains Bob
Dugan, a planner and landscape architect who helped


design the park. "The material selected for the floor by
Mr. Sikes adds a lot of character and sets off the
Victorian style of the gazebo. This outstanding
contribution by the Rotary and Mr. Sikes adds to the
historic ambiance of the area."
The park's second gazebo, about 300 feet from the
Rotary gazebo, is dedicated to former Fort Lauderdale
City Manager Connie Hoffman, who was city manager
when the Riverwalk project was conceived.


New Riverwalk manager named


Fort Lauderdale Looking forward to increased
activity in the area particularly after the completion of
the new Broward Center For The Performing Arts,
Tom Tapp, Director of the City of Fort
Lauderdale's Parks and Recreation Department has
named Ken Cicora, Riverwalk manager;
Cicora, who has been Director of Special Events
for the Parks and Recreation Department for the past
eight years, has been credited with the development of
the Downtown Festival of the Arts, Taste of Fort
Lauderdale, Oktoberfest and several other major
festivals.
In his new position, Cicora, who has established
offices in New River Court, 300 S.W. 2nd Street,
Suite 3, (305) 761-5358, will oversee all city facilities
for the area such as police, park rangers and public
works. He ultimately will assist in the development
and marketing of all Riverwalk projects and special
events.
Since the majority of efforts planned for the area
involve Bubier Park, Cicora has moved the permit
office from its former location in Holiday Park to Suite
2 in New River Court, where it will be administered
by his assistant, Andrea Gabor, who may be reached
at (305) 761-5359.
Riverwalk is destined to become one of the most
important community projects in our nation and will
create a focal point that can be enjoyed by both tourists
and residents.
S"Our goal is to have all Riverwalk park projects on
the north side of New River completed in 1991," said
Cicora. "The first phase of the walk and plaza has
already been finished."


While the majority of funds for various
components of Riverwalk come from bond issues,
private and corporate philanthropy plus state and
.federal grants, the support group, Riverwalk, Inc.,
beaded by president Cindy Lubin and her board of
directors, directs their efforts toward raising money to
enhance and beautify the project through the sale of
posters and personalized bricks. They are responsible
for the recent installation of the ceremonial clock in the
plaza.
Bill Johnson, who to date has functioned as
Project Manager for Riverwalk in the city manager's
office, has been involved in setting up many of the
agreements for the building of many segments of the
effort, but it will be Cicora's responsibility to phase in
agreements and take over responsibility for operations
and the setting of policies for usage. In the beginning,
there may be some overlap in marketing between the
two offices.
In addition to his new duties, Mr. Cicora will
continue to handle the Special Events effort for the
Parks and Recreation Department until after the
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8 Waterfront News March 1991 Palm Beach News


Manatee speed zones enacted in PB


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
In order to protect manatees traveling on the
narrower stretches of the Intracoastal Waterway in
Palm Beach County, the governor and the Florida
cabinet passed a 25-mile-per-hour speed limit for
boaters in three parts of the waterway.
These speed limits, which will be in effect year-
round, will be posted in the Jupiter Sound area, from
the Martin County line to the State Road 707 bridge; in
the Lake Worth Creek waterway, from the Indiantown
Road Bridge to the Parker Bridge in Lake Worth, and
in South Palm Beach County, from the Ocean Avenue
bridge in Boynton Beach to the Broward County line.
These speed zones will supplement Palm Beach
County's manatee protection plan, which was enacted
last year. The plan implemented slow speed andIdle
speed zones in buffer areas extending out from each
shoreline, as well as in specially designated areas
where manatees are frequently found. However, the
channel was left unrestricted in most areas.
It is hoped that the slower speeds in these parts of
the Intracoastal will help reduce manatee deaths and
thus save the species from extinction. Last year was
the deadliest year on record for the animals, with 206
of them perishing throughout the state. Fifty of those
deaths were caused by collisions with boats.
Some state officials are already predicting that
unless the wave of manatee losses is slowed, the
animals may become extinct in as little as 20 years.
Before becoming permanent speed zones, the two
zones in the northern part of the county had the 25
-mile-per-hour limit in effect as a result of an
emergency rule. The third zone was then added, much
to the delight of the city of Boynton Beach and
residents living along the Intracoastal.
Dave Carson, an environmentalist with Palm
Beach County's Department of environmental
Resources (DERM), stated, "The Department of
Natural Resources said that a 50-foot shoreline buffer
in the narrower portions of the waterway was not
enough; they obviously felt something additional had
to be done in those areas to protect the manatees."
Boynton resident Don Balmer and a city official
recently presented a case for protecting the manatee
along Boynton's Intracoastal at a Department of
Natural Resources hearing in Palm Beach. Balmer has
been fighting to protect the manatee, who often swim
by his Intracoastal complex during the day.
David Roach, assistant executive director of the
Florida Inland Navigational District (FIND) said his
agency has contracted with the Florida Marine Patrol to
have one boating safety officer in each county of the
district to provide for increased enforcement of the
manatee speed zones.


FIND will provide officers with 30 speed guns
and 6 digital display boards as part of a public
information program to acquaint the public with the
new rules. Marine patrol officers will perform eight
days of informational programming in each county.
Boaters will be monitored and will be able to tie in the
speed limit into their tachometers. In addition, each
county will have a speed check area, where boaters
will have the opportunity to check their own speed to
see if they are in compliance or moving at the proper
rate.
Roach stated, "Initially, this will be a highly
confusing period for boaters it will take numerous
boating trips before they fully understand all the speed
zones on the Intracoastal."
Although the speed zones in the three areas will
have signs posted by the beginning of this month,
actual enforcement is not expected to occur for some
time. There will be an initial period of educating the
public regarding the new rules, followed by a period
where warnings will be given to those disobeying the
law, and then the marine patrol will begin giving
tickets to violators.
Carson related that if people comply with the new
rules, the policy will result in a decrease in the number
of manatee deaths due to boaters. Carson and other
state officials who did a manatee count last year
estimate that there are about 1400 manatees throughout
Florida's Intracoastal Waterway, with 1275 manatees
actually spotted during the counting period.
Despite the new law, many environmentalists and '
state officials are concerned that it won't be enough to
improve manatee numbers and that enforcement will be
a futile effort.
Carson stated, "Enforcement of the new speed
zones is going to be a problem because of the lack of
people to do it. There are usually only about two
officers on the water at any one time and that's not
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Waterfront property owners along Boynton's
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Marina tenants sue city for inadequate security
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An unhappy boat owner at Miami's Dinner Key assurances by the city that a certain amount
Marina, in a class action suit on behalf of all 550 monthly dockage fees was allocated specifically
marina tenants, has sued the City of Miami and nine of purchase of this equipment. The suit says in f
its officers for breach of contract by "failing to provide allocated funds were used for electric me
adequate security services" at the city-owned marina, equipment but adds that there were no electric
The suit seeks damages "in excess of $500,000," plus operating as of the date of the complaint.
interest and costs. The plaintiff says no dock hands are pre
The suit was brought by Philip Scutieri who has employed at the marina despite pledges that dock
berthed his 46-foot Sea Ray motor vessel at the Dinner were to be available 24 hours a day. Also m
Key Marina since 1989. Beside the City of Miami, the though promised are fire alarms that work and
suit names as defendants Mayor Xavier Saurez, City ladders at each slip.
Manager Carlos Smith, Parks Director Alberto Ruder, The suit charges that access gates at each pi
and five other present or former city officials. be opened without keys. It says the gates are
The suit was filed in the 11th Judicial Circuit Court stepped around, card keys to the gates are
in Miami and has been assigned to Judge Joseph duplicated, and the gates will not return to the 1
Nadler. No trial date has been set. The Miami City position and remain open after use.
Attorney's office said it is studying the charges but The complaint adds that many of the tenant
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Merrythought wins Montego Bay race


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MCNTEGO BAY, Jamaica Jack King's 65-foot
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Puerto Rican invitation to 1st leg of CORT


By MIKE PAULEY
The Caribbean Ocean Racing Triangle (CORT) is
'alive and well!' It's sailboat racing at its best, and the
series is still going strong. Somehow it was construed
that the Puerto Rican leg of the series was not going to
be held. Wrong! It is true that Velasco is no longer the
principal sponsor, i.e., namesake of the first leg of the
CORT series, but the Club Nautico de Puerto Rico is
keeping the tradition alive and well with a great three-
day regatta planned for March 22-24 at Isleta Marina in
Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
Not only have the racing courses been carefully
planned, but the shoreside activities are expected to be
the usual (or maybe not so usual) exciting fare; fashion
shows, "gourmet food, excellent dockage and awards
party are the "norm" for the Puerto Rican regatta.
The local fleet of racing sailboats have been racing
almost every week-end in preparation for another
exciting CORT series. Many of the boats are making
arrangements for the Virgin Island leg of the series. So
watch out, the Puerto Ricans are out to win this year!
Again!
Nevertheless, all our Virgin Island friends are
welcomed again this year as always. The CORT
cannot go on without our friends from the Virgin
Islands and other neighboring islands. Come on over,
the water's fine. We extend our invitation to both
cruisers/racers to join in what is expected to be one of
the best sailboat races held this year in the Caribbean.
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31 riME ADJUST TS TO TIDE TABLE
*Easter
*Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call High LOW
761-5363. Boca Inlet ...................... +08 Minutes......... ............ +17
Deerfield Beach ................... +12 ............ ......... ..... .. +11
Hillsboro Inlet ........... ....-31.................... ......-50
Bahia Mar.. .........................-20 ................................-18 Zi aI.r Pubihlri
Port Everglades .... ......... .-45 ..................................-62 1224 S.W. 1st
Dania Cut Off .................... +45 .................................. +28 Ft. Lauderdale
Davie Bridge ....................... +40 .................................. +40
Haulover Inlet .................... +38 .............................. +39
Government Cut (Miami) .............-39 ................................. -56

High +2.3' +2.4'
Time 0336*0916-1550*2148 Baseline: Andrews Avenue over Nevi River in Downtown
l.nw -0.1' -0 4.,.

3 4 5 6
*Palm Beach Sailing Club, winter -Adult Water Aerobics, Hall of Fame .Skills & Seamanship Course, United *Palm Beach Sailin
race. Call (407) 746-9074. Pool, Fort Lauderdale. 8:30- 9:30 a.m. Call States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Deerfield meeting, 747-6689.
*South Florida Divers, 8:30 a.m. dive, 523-0994. Beach, 7:30-9:30 p.m., 6-sessions. Call 975 -South Florida Div
Lloyds Park. Call 527-0739. -Gulfstream Sailing Club board -7254. 7:30 p.m., Howard Jo
*Riverside Park, Civic Assoc., 4 p.m., meeting, 6:30 p.m., Tigertail Lake/BCC, .Basic Boating Course, Biscayne Bay Beach. Call 923-1505.
Riverside Park Pavilion, Ft Lauderdale. Dania. Call 566-2489. Power Squadron, North Miami Beach, 7 *Coral Ridge Pe
*Poetry in the Woods, 1:30-4:30 p.m., -South Florida Divers Scuba Club p.m. Call 945-0040. committee meeting.
Secret Woods Nature Center, New River, executive board meeting, 7:30 p.m., TV 45 'Poinsetta Heights Civic Assoc., South Flori
2701 W. SR 84, Ft Lauderdale. 566-7823 Bldg, Pembroke Rd.& 1-95. Call 989-7539. 7:30 p.m., Sunrise Middle School cafeteria, Association., 8 p.m.,
*Courtesy Marine Examinations, *Robert Hale's Book Talk Series, FtLauderdale. Call566-4071. Dr., Country Club Man
Boca Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421- Broward County Main Library, Fort -Marine Council meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., 'Lap Swimming, 10
7054, Lighthouse Pt 942-4381 Lauderdale, 10:30 am. Call 357-7401. call for Dade location 856-0206. day, Swimming Hall i

High +2.2' -2.2' -21' -2.1 +1.9' .9' +
Time 0442.1026*1701-2258 0523 1106' 1742-2341 0605-1 145-1824 0027-06511I
Low -0.3' -0.5' -0 -0 .'' -0.2' *0.3
10 11 12 13
.Palm Beach Sailing Club, winter *Hillsboro Inlet Improvement & *Palm Beach Sailing Club, meets 6:30 -Safe Boating Cou
race. Call 746-9074. Maintenance District, meets 7 p.m., p.m., North Palm Beach Country Club. Call Squadron, Fort Lauder
*Las Olas Art Festival, Fort Hillsboro Beach City Hall, call 764-1426. 746-4648. Call 462-4497.
Lauderdale, 10 am. Call 525-5500. -Miami Sierra Club, meets 7:30 p.m.- *Gulfstream Sailing Club, meets 8 .Navy League, of tl
*Lap Swimming, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every Call 895-0787. p.m., Riverside Hotel, Ft Lauderdale. Call board meeting. Call 785
day, Swimming Hall of Fame.Pool, 500 -Sailboat Bend Civic Assoc. meets, 987-2652. 'Ft Lauderdale W
Seabreeze, FtLauderdale, call 523-0994. 7:30 p.m., Wright Bldg., School Board -Stuart Sailing Club, meets 7 p.m., Plan meeting, 7 p.m.,i
*Adult Water Aerobics, 9-10 a.m., Campus, Ft Lauderdale. Mr. Laffs, Stuart. Call 334-2243. or 761-5000.
every day, Swimming Hall Fame Pool, Fort *Commodore's Club, 11:30 a.m., *Coconut Grove Sailing Club Social
Lauderdale, 523-0994. Flaming Pit, Pompano Beach. Call 276- 2990 So Bayshore Dr, Miami, 444-4571
*Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 7085 (WPB), 781-6649 (Bro), 235-6262 -Hollywood Yacht Club dinner
761-5363. (Dade). meeting, for location call 474-3710.

High +1.6' +1.4' 1.7' +1.6 -.9 -1.8 +1.9'
Time 0417.1045-1622-2301 0513-1143-1720 0600.1230.1813 0046-0642-1
SLow n' n .n ; -0 3 00'

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*St. Patrick's Day 'Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 'Boating Classes, U.S. Coast Guard *South Florida Bos
*Bahamas Billfish Championship, 761-5363. Auxiliary, Fort Lauderdale, 8-10 p.m. Call meets 7:30 p.m., Penrc
through March 22, call (809) 347-2166 or 565-6415. Floor, 1 Ocean Dr., S
347-2291. 'West Palm Beach Fishing Club, 754-8971.
*St. Patrick's Day Parade and sportfishing seminar, 7 p.m., 832-6780.
Festival, Bubier Park, Fort Lauderdale, 12- *CAT 44 Club, 7:30 p.m., Pierce Street
8 p.m. Call 764-4393. Annex, Ft Lauderdale. Call 755-3965
*"Cruise for Hope," to benefit the *OPBRA general meeting, 8 p.m.,
American Cancer Society, 11:45, Bahia Mar Apache Landings, 3025 NE 188 St., Miami,
Yachting Center. Call 564-0880 or 525- call 895-5493 (Dade) or 925-3646 (Broward)
7805. 'River Oaks Civic Assoc, 7:30 p.m.,
Westminster Church, Fort Lauderdale.

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0330*0912-1545-2143 0412-0952-1627-2226 0453-1034-1710-2314 0541-1122
-0.2' -0.5 -0.2' -0.5' -0, -0 5' 00'
24 25 26 27
*Gulfstream Sailing Club, Ocean *Easter Cruise, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Boating Classes, U.S. Coast Guard -West Palm Beac
buoys spring. Call 987-2652. Club. Call 943-3834. Auxiliary, Plantation High School. Call 370- ,meets 7 p.m., 5 St
*Palm Beach Sailing Club, spring *Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 5059. WPB, call407-832-6781
series. Call 746-9074. 761-5363. 'Concerts at Noon, Rampart Street Jazz 'Miami River Marit
*Historic Walking Tours, Presented by Band, NCNB Bank, downtown Fort a.m., City Club of M
Dr. Paul Goerge, downtown Miami River, Lauderdale, Broward County Main Library,, Center. 285-1864.
11 a.m. Call 375-1625-Courtesy Marine 12-2 p.m. Call 761-5813. -Miami Shell C
Examinations in: Boca Raton call 391 Florida Marine Aquarium Society, Rosensteil School, Virj
-3600, Deerfield 421-7054, Lighthouse Pt 7:30 p.m., Museum of Science, Miami. 5190
942-4381, Pompano 782-4581, Plantation Call 666-2226. Lighthouse Po
472-7614, Fort Lauderdale 463-0034, Dania Florida Cycling, C.B. Smith Park, Sportsman Assoc.,
962-8766, Hollywood 865-7511. Pembroke Pines, 6-8 p.m. Call 437-2650. meeting. Call 566-1882


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isday Thursday Friday Saturday

SEastern Standard Time 2
*Moon on equator *Waterway Cleanup '91, 18 sites in
S-North Beach Concert, Hollywood, 6-9 Broward, 9 am.-l p.m. Call 491-7016.
0ot1 MAR p.m. Free. Call 926-2444. -Riverwalk Art Festival, Bubier Park,
*South Florida Divers Social Night, Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today and
WS' Rustic Inn, 6:30 p.m. Call 987-7600 Sunday. Call 764-2005.
C',a c" *Coconut Grove Sailing Club general 'Radio-controlled Model Ship &
venue meeting, 8 p.m., 2990 S. Bayshore, Miami. Boat Show, C.B. Smith Park, Pembroke
FL 33315 Call 444-4571. Pines, 8 a.m. Call 437-2650.
SAdult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 *Learn to Sail Program, Gulfstream
p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing Sailing Club. Call 987-2652.
Club 407-334-2243. *Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
.IntheTdieTable In blue NOTE: the times High +2.4 +2.4 +2.3' 22.4' Higi
e military and the tk heights ar In Fe above or be Time 0317.0907.1538.2131 0400.0947*1619*2213 Tim,
Fort Lauderdal& ow "manlow tide". Afgure above the time ndica$sa w -0.5' -0 6 -0 5' -0 6' 6

7 8 9
1g Club, skippers -Boating Skills & Seamanship, U.S. *Last quarter 'Moon in apogee
Coast Guard Auxiliary, 7:30-9:30 p.m., .Moon farthest south of equator 'Fly Fishing Seminar, West Palm
ers Scuba Club, Pompano Beach, 7-sessions. Call 941-5781. .Adult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 Beach Fishing Club, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Call
hnsons, Hollywood -Sailing Singles Social, 6 p.m., p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing (407) 832-6780.
Embassy Suites Hotel, For Lauderdale. Call Club 407-2243. *Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, cruise
iwer Squadron, 565-0775. .Saltwater Intrusion, a discussion and in Lake Boca.
SCoral Ridge Power Squadron, guided walk along the New River, Fort *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
d a Surfing piloting class. Call 566-7749. Lauderdale, 9-11 am. Call 563-PARK. winter, North Lake. Call 987-2652.
2500 Coral Springs .Diga Dive Club, Meets 8:15 p.m., .Beach Concert, Hollywood North Beach *Broward Shell Club, annual Spring
br. Call 564-0202. American Bankers Building, Miami. Call Park, 6-9 p.m. Call 926-2444. bazaar, Pompano Beach, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
a.m.-4 p.m., every 235-5069. -Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Call 942-5985.
f Fame 523-0994. 761-5363.

1.7 --1.7' -1.6' +1.6 +1.5' +1.6' +1.4 High
)27*1909 0116-073&81315*1959 0211.0836-1411 2056 0314.0939.151502158 Time
0.0 +0.5' +0.1' .0 6 -0 2 +, 6 +0 3' Lw

14 15 16
rse, U.S. Power .MIASF Dinner Meeting, 7 p.m., for -Ocean Expo '91, scuba diving, *Moon on equator
lale, 7:30-9:30 p.m. location call 491-7016.. watersports & travel show, through March -New moon
!Surf Club, meets Ramada Inn, Pompano, 17, Miami. Call 891-6095. .Shipcrafters Radio-controlled
ie United States, 564-0202. .Stranahan House Social, Fort Model Ship & Boat Show, C.B.
'r3151 oi 785-1086. .Fort Lauderdale Boat Club, meets 8 Lauderdale, 5:30-8 p.m. Call 524,4736. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines, 8 a.m. Call
terways Master p.m., call 431-7239. .North Beach Park Concert, 6-9 p.m. 437-2650.
ity Hall, 761-5423 *Lighthouse Point Yacht Club, meets Call 926-2444. *Gulfstream Sailing Club, St.
7:30 p.m., 942-7244. .Adult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 Patrick's Day raft-up at Lake Sylvia. Call
SDIGA Dive Club, meets 8:15 p.m., p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing 987-2652.
235-5069. Club 407-2243. .Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North
*Mini-12 sailing races, Sunset Lake, Ft -Family Night Movies, T.Y. Park, Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444.
Lauderdale, call 761-7656. Hollywood, 6 p.m. Call 985-1980.

-1.9' +2.0' +2.1 +2. 1 +2.3' +2.2' +2.4' High
310-1857 0130-0722*1350.1939 0212-0759-1427.2020 0249-0835-1506-2101 Time
0 I' -0.1. -0.1' -0.2' -0.2' -0 2 Low

21 22 23
*rdsailing Assoc., -March equinox *Moon in perigee .First quarter
I's Beach Club, 3rd *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Abacos *Moon farthest north of equator .Dinner Key Nautical Flea Market,
buth Miami Beach, cruising seminar, 7 p.m. Call 563-2151. '1991 Used Boat Show, through March Dinner Key Marina, 8:30 a.m.
SHillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, meets 24, International Yacht Harbor, Miami. Call *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
7:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Point Yacht (800) 395-1343. couples race, North Lake. Call 566-2489.
Club. -Caribbean Ocean Racing Triangle, *Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, coastal
*Sunfish National Midwinters, through March 24 at Isleta Marina in race, FortLauderdale. Call943-3834.
through March 26. Call Gulfstream Sailing Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Call (809) 785-8815. .New River Street Dance, Bubier
Club, 987-2652. -Preserving the Everglades, a tour at Park. Call 467-9136.
*Port Everglades Authority, meets 10 Everglades Holiday Park, 9-11 a.m. Call 357- .Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
a.m., Port Commission chambers, 8100. Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444.
administration building. 523-3404.

-2.2' -2.0' +2.1 +1.9' +2.0' +1.9' HigT
.1800 0007-0632-1212.1856 0106.0733-1313-2001, 0213-0842.1426.2112 Time
-0.4' 0 2 -0.3' +03 -QI 1 n n' Low
28 29 30
h Fishing Club *Moon on equator* *Good Friday 'Full Moon
& N. Flagler Dr. 'Ft Lauderdale Boat Club Social, 7 -Easter Cruise, through March 31, *Fly Casting Clinic, West Palm Beach
p.m., for location call 431-7239. Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club. Call 943- Fishing Club, Lake Catherine, Palm Beach
e Group, meets 8 *Abacos Cruising Seminar, 7 p.m., 3834. Gardens, 10 am. Call (407) 832-6780.
ami, SE Financial Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call 563-2151. 'Beach Concerts, Hollywood North 'Seashore Cimema, Hollywood North
iPort Everglades Propeller Club, 7 Beach Park, 6-9 p.m. Call 926-2444. Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444.
ub, 7:30 p.m., p.m., call for location 523-1212. 'Group Waterslide Evenings, T.Y.
jnia Key. Call 726- -Sailing Singles Social, Embassy Park, Hollywood, 6-9 p.m. Friday. Call
Suites Hotel, Fort Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call 985-1980.
iat Saltwater 565-0775. -Friday Night Family Movies,. T.Y.
monthly dinner -Marine. Council Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., Park, Hollywood, 6 p.m. Call 985-1980.
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. 856-0206.

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Waterfront News March 1991


The Main Brace


Waterfront dining & entertainment round-up


By KEVIN LANE
You might not think of Las Olas Blvd. When you
think of waterfront dining and entertainment but there
is an undiscovered treasure on The Boulevard and it's
all accessible by water!
Since our last column, Mario's East, Eduardo's
and King Tut have opened and Cheeseburger
Cheeseburger is opening soon.
If you're looking for entertainment, you'll find
enough variety to satisfy almost anyone almost
anytime. O'Hara's Pub, for instance, has Juanita
Dixon singing every night of the week! On Monday
and Tuesday, she is backed by a keyboardist and the
rest of the week it's Bob Vandivort and his Just Jazz
group. O'Hara's is a relaxed "Cheers" type of Las
Olas pub. Galleria G'Vanni has entertainment every.
night of the week. The art gallery/restaurant/cabaret
has been 'home' to Monti Rock III, 'a legend in his
own mind.' Jazz song-stylist Joan Cartwright is there
a few nights a week and there are usually some
surprise entertainment like Tiny Tim and Bill Haley's
Comets who have been presented in concert recently.
At the Riverside Hotel there is a standing room
only dinner/theatre production. Mickey Haven's is at
the new million dollar restaurant Mario's East and
when he's not there, the grand piano plays by itself via
a player piano state-of-the-art computer.
At Poets, you can dine to the melodic sounds of
Steve Ramos on Thursday and Saturday from 7-11
p.m.
Le Dome of the Four Seasons has a new Monday
Melodies promotion that offers 'white glove' service,
Canadian pianist Mario Poulin and a full course prix
fixe dinner in addition to their ala carte dinner menu.
John Nazzari is on the white grand piano in the
legendary penthouse restaurant on Friday and Saturday
night and Eduardo's has reopened and features an
expanded entertainment format. There's live jazz on
Saturday night with the Eddie Crochet Group from
10:00 p.m. To 2:00 a.m. and FREE hors d'oeuvres,
Concert pianist, Marsha Rose is at Eduardo's six
nights a week.
Las Olas is accessible by water taxi, which means
that all of Las Olas Blvd., from the docks at the New
River Bridge to Colee Hammock Park to the private
dock of Le Dome ... to the beach is accessible by
water. This means that the many events that take place


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as a rare selection of African art. On March 9th and
10th at Bubier Park the Museum of Art will host its
22nd Annual Las Olas Art Festival and on March 3rd,
you can enjoy more than 50 Rolls Royces and
Bentleys in a fund-raiser that starts at Eduardo's and
goes west on Las Olas. It ends up at Bahia Mar Resort
and Yachting Center where an awards party aboard the
170-foot yacht Lady Windridge will be open to the
public who want to support the Nova University
Scholarship Fund.
More than a dozen stores are staying open late a
few nights a week and you can choose from Japanese,
Chinese, French, Italian and now authentic Egyptian
food served in a pita or on a platter at King Tut. II
Giardino's has the happiest happy hour on the
Boulevard and every Tuesday night at Galleria
G'Vanni entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs
drop by for an entrepreneurial happy hour known as
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If you haven't experienced the fun, food and
fashions of Las Olas, make it a point to do it this
month. Youll be glad you did.
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Cassa Vecchia has won the South Florida
Magazine's Readers' Choice Award as the "Most
Romantic Restaurant in Broward County." Built in
1938 as the Winter home of the Pond's Cold Cream
family, the house has changed several times. It is now
a top restaurant with an exquisite setting that is filled
with antiques and valuable art works. They even have
a beautiful garden where they grow their own herbs!
There are many moderately-priced items from pastas
and thin crust Phyllo Pizzas, to desserts and coffee
drinks. Like many restaurants, Cassa Vecchia is
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Fishing March 1991 Waterfront News 15


Club keeps anglers enthused with old and new fishing programs


WEST PALM BEACH whether you enjoy
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has something to offer to local fishing enthusiasts.
Many of the club's longstanding traditional events such
as the Silver Sailfish Derby, Winter Fishing
Competition and the Summer Membership Fishing
Contest will remain for the most part unchanged.
Modifications to other Fishing Club events should
create additional interest and participation among local
anglers. In March the club will host its Third Annual
Fly Fishing With The Best seminar which is geared to
the saltwater fly fisherman who wants to become a
better angler. The comprehensive one day program
features local and nationally recognized experts who
serve as instructors for the seminar. Sessions on
equipment selection, presentation, fly selection and
"hands on" casting instruction will be featured.
The Fishing Club's Annual Small Boat
Tournament will feature a few new award categories
this year to include inshore species such as
sheepshead, jack crevalle (release) and lane snapper.
Offshore species such as dolphin, wahoo, bonito and
sailfish (release) will continue to be included. The
tournament will remain a "Family and Friends Angling
Event" stressing fine trophies and nominal
merchandise sponsored by local businesses rather than
big dollar awards.
Perhaps one of the most meaningful community
service events the club conducts each August is the
Annual "Kids Fishing Day" program. This year
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16 Waterfront News March 1991 Commerce


Dade's Coast Guard ombudsman of boat builders


By HANK JONES
Just about every boater in Dade County and many
around the world should say "thank you" to David
Churchill, who sits in an office in Miami between
stints in the field. His job is to save you from loss,
from injury, even from death.
Few people thank him. Only a few know what his
job is or how he does it. Yet, were it not for Churchill,
and others across the country like him, our life on the
water would be far more perilous than it is.
Churchill alone may prevent more injuries and
fatalities at sea than a whole boatload of Coast Guard
cutter personnel.
"We identify areas statistically where there is a
known factor of accident or death potential," Churchill
said.
A Boating Standards technician for the U.S.Coast
Guard, he might be called an ombudsman in another
setting, a fire marshal, building inspector, marine
construction expert and he is all of these things
almost on a day to day basis.
He is one of only a few staff members in the entire
country who work with boat builders to determine that
your boat is safe that construction defects are
prevented or corrected.
"We deal with two areas, regulations and defects.
A manufacturer may be forced to recall a boat or a
boat line if I inspect a boat and find a construction
defect, the manufacturer may be directed to correct it."
Few boat-buyers, and fewer casual passengers,
ever have access to a boat-building operation. The boat
owner neither sees the construction process in the plant
nor understands the rules governing the boat builder.
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the buyer.
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"Compliance is almost universally good. The
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be stressed to failure.
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that amendments may be added or deleted.
There are eight subdivisions in the manual: general
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loading and safe powering.
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Churchill points out quickly that, just as there are
economy -minded builders who sometimes want to
meet minimum standards, there are even more builders
who take pride in hands-on workmanship, and who
produce superior products as a matter of personal
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marine equipment manufacturers by appointment.
No less important are the calls scheduled with
manufacturers whose products have brought
complaints from consumers.
"With a complaint it's a matter of going in to
determine whether there has been compliance with the
regulations, or whether the individual part is faulty,"
Churchill said.
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normal use. For example, different standards apply for
a boat designed to travel 50 or 60- miles per hour
versus a john boat."
Often Churchill finds the problem is the fault of an
operator error and he tends to dismiss such complaints.
Should he find a problem with an entire production
line, he makes sure the situation is corrected.
Fuel and electrical systems have been "cleaned up"
since the safety problem was introduced 20 years ago.
Recall notices, however, can continue to cover
page after page each year, with many problems
discovered only after a unit is in production.
Laboratory tests can't match extended use on the water
to reveal problems.
Big builders don't necessarily mean safer boats,
but Churchill pointed out that bigger builders tend to
have engineering staffs. Small builders often utilize
hands-on knowledge based on experience, but they
may also tally costs with a sharper pencil, like anyone
on a tight budget.
Complaints are filed by consumers boat
owners or skippers. "We feel that the consumer is
responsible for bringing safety defects to the attention
of the Coast Guard," Churchill said.

Editor's note: Look for part two of this series in the
April edition of the Waterfront News.



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Commerce March 1991 Waterfront News 17


Bahamas considering new duties favorable to charter boats


Lowered taxes, amended duties and a series of
new regulations have been combined to dramatically
enhance the attraction of The Bahamas to pleasure craft
and the charter boat industry. Announced at the
International Boat Show here by Bahamian Prime
Minister Sir Lyndon O. Pindling, the new measures
are designed, he said to "make the blue waters of The
Bahamas the pleasure boat capital of the world."
Coupled with a series of tariff reductions
announced in 1990, the new initiatives encourage boat
owners to operate their charter yachts, bareboat and
crewed party fishing boats from The Bahamas year-
round. the new regulations are effective within the next
few months.
New flat duty rate
Commercial charter operators may now establish
operations in The Bahamas on payment of modest flat
duty rates based on the length of the vessel. Operators
who comply with safety and immigration requirements


will be charged, for example, $500 in annual duty for
vessels up to 35 feet; boats 100 to 150 feet in length
will be charged $2,000 per year and larger craft will be
charged $3,000. The fees apply to both crewed and
bareboat hulls.
Crewed and bareboat operators will also be subject
to a fixed cruising fee of four percent, calculated on the
gross amount of charter contracts originating in The
Bahamas. '
The Bahamas Merchant Shipping Act will possibly
be amended, as well, to further facilitate and encourage
yacht registration, repairs, and storage in The
Bahamas.
As a further incentive to commercial operators,
duties on new or replacement parts have been reduced
to 5 percent from 17 percent.
Another important aspect of the new regulation
enables foreign flag vessels to embark and disembark
passengers in The Bahamas. Charter yachts, bareboat
.and crewed party fishing boats as well a live-aboard


Boat user fee tax repeal bill makes


Legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Bob Davis (R-
MI) to repeal a new federal "user fee" tax on
recreational boat owners is making waves on Capitol
Hill. Since its introduction just two weeks ago, 53
members of the U.S. House of Representatives have
joined in co-sponsoring H.R. 534. Rep. Davis is the
senior Republican on the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee.
The new federal boat "user fee" tax would require
a significant number of the nation's 10 million boaters
to pay anywhere from $25 to $100 per year to the
federal government.
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because the law specifically states that the Coast Guard
is under no obligation to provide any service to boaters
even after they have paid the new federal fee."
"Boaters are already paying their fair share of
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$650 million from boaters in "user fees" over the next
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provided they comply with all government regulations,
inspection and registration requirements. Boats not
based in the Bahamas will be subject to a cruising fee
of $20 per person per week per trip.
Followup to 1990 changes
The new initiatives follow a series of 1990
amendments which enabled boats to sail Bahamian
waters duty-free for one full year. This exemption was
extendable for a second year at a fee of $500. The
1990 measures also drastically reduced import duties
on pleasure boats: to 7.5 percent from 32.5 percent on
30-to-100-foot craft; to five percent on boats over 100
feet; and boats in excess of 150 tons may be registered
for free.
"The 1990 amendment has already launched a
chain reaction of marina construction and related resort
and service facility construction throughout The
Bahamas," the Prime Minister said. New hotels and
marinas are under construction at Andros, with major
expansions underway on Abaco, Eleuthera and
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Short-term water conditions improve slightly


By ANN OVERTON
The heavy rains of mid-January and early
February have bought most areas of South Florida a
reprieve from increased water-use restrictions.
However, the South Florida Water Management
District reminds users that conservation is still essential
as March, April, and May traditionally produce the
greatest demand on water supplies.
Additionally, Dade and Broward counties are
taking major steps toward implementing water-
conservation ordinances, as part of the district's six-
point water-conservation plan. The city of Boca Raton
also has begun work on a 10-year plan to introduce a
dual-distribution system to provide reclaimed water for
irrigation for all users east of Interstate 95.
A ban on daytime lawn watering remains in effect
indefinitely for coastal Lee, Palm Beach, Broward and
Dade counties and the Keys. Phase I restrictions
continue for the Jupiter/Tequesta area of Palm Beach
and Martin counties, as well as in the Bonita


Springs/North Naples area of Lee and Collier counties.
"We are quite encouraged that water-use figures
from utilities now show that most water use has
increased very little compared to this time a year ago
when most areas of South Florida were under tougher
restrictions," said John Wodraska, District Executive
Director. "This means that while the heavy rains
helped reduce use, a conservation ethic has taken hold
despite significant population growth."
Since mid-January, most areas of the district
except Dade County received above-normal amounts
of rain, although less than a tenth of an inch has fallen
over South Florida in the past month. The heavy rains
increased available storage of water in the past month
in both the water conservation areas and Lake
Okeechobee, but the total in storage is still below
normal for mid-February.
"We predict that with current rainfall, Lake
Okeechobee will reach approximately 11.5 feet on May
31, nearly a foot higher than it was last year when the
lake dipped to 10.64 feet at the end of the dry season,"


National Week of the Ocean slated for April 21-27


Individuals, businesses, campuses and non-profit
groups across the United States are gearing up to
celebrate the Eighth Annual National Week of the
Ocean to be held April 21-27, 1991.-The event is
chaired by astronaut-aquanaut Scott Carpenter and
sponsored by the marine education program Fort
Lauderdale-based Week of the Ocean, Inc., according
to president-founder Cynthia Hancock.
Joining Carpenter in endorsing the event are the
National Marine Educators Association and a panel of
renowned ocean pioneers including Norman Baker,
Heyerdahl navigator, Ra I & II: Eugenie Clark,
zoologist and shark expert; Sylvia Earle, marine
biologist; Tap Pryor, aquaculture pioneer; Andreas
Rechnitzer, record diver, Trieste; and Stan Waterman,
Emmy award-winning underwater photographer.
The ongoing theme for the event, "Exploring the
Ocean's Influence," lends itself to many types of
events or personal research from the arts to commerce,
from history to foods, from endangered sea creatures
to environmental issues such as offshore drilling or
ocean dumping.


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Ocean for events such as a campus-wide Week of the
Ocean involving studies in many subjects; a School
Marine Fair to showcase student projects in the
community; or a community festival such as that held
annually in the Fort Lauderdale area. Kits are available
for $5.00 each.
The Fort Lauderdale event now entering its twelfth
year is planned for April 6 to May 12. Events include
the Fort Lauderdale Billfish Tournament; sea chantey
concerts; the Fort Lauderdale Jaycee Beach Cleanup; a
seafood sampling; a school marine fair involving more
than 80 area schools and the Yachtsmen's Race to the
Reef. The festival season ends with Mother Ocean
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Wodraska said. "Groundwater levels have increased
significantly along both coasts, except in most areas of
Dade County. These are major improvements over the
conditions we recorded at the end of December.
The daytime watering ban prohibits lawn irrigation
between 9 a.m. and 5,p.m. daily Phase I restrictions
allow lawn watering three days per week between 4
a.m. and 8 a.m. The district's revised water-shortage
rule allows handwatering of landscaping and car
washing under Phase I between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
the designated irrigation days.

Mooring buoys installed
By MARY BROOKS
Ocean Watch Foundation installed thirty new
mooring buoys off Pompano Beach February 16,
giving boaters an opportunity to tie off to a permanent
buoy, rather than anchoring in sensitive coral reef
areas.
The first buoys in Broward County were installed
on Barracuda Reef in 1989, and have proven helpful in
reducing anchor damage to corals. Barracuda Reef has
twenty permanent mooring buoys, and with the new
buoys at the Pompano site there will be a total of fifty
buoys in Broward County waters to help preserve the
coral reef communities.
Ocean Watch Foundation is responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the mooring buoy
system, with a broad base of financial support from
private individuals, corporations, the marine industry
and county government
The buoy system is also partially funded through
the Broward County Office of Natural Resource
Protection.
The new buoy system begins at the Pompano Drop-
Off, which is heavily used by divers and boaters. The
area is approximately one-fourth mile offshore and
buoys will run south to the wreck of the Copenhagen.
Loran coordinates for the south end of the buoy site are
59737.6 & 13298.7 and for the north end, 62103.4 &
14269.9.
Ocean Watch Foundation is a non-profit
organization of volunteers committed to the protection,
conservation, preservation and enjoyment of the coral
reef communities.


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Heritage March 1991 Waterfront News 19



Hands-on museum grows up on the river


By GLORIA KATZ
The Discovery Center is maturing. Even the name
has become more sophisticated: The Museum of
Science and Discovery.
With the recent groundbreaking, plans for the new
85,000-square-foot museum, 401 SW 2nd St., located
in the arts and science district, became public at last.
The $29 million museum includes the Blockbuster
300-seat IMAX theater, with a five-story high screen,
similar to the one at the Kennedy Space Center. It
offers the feeling of actually experiencing whatever
presentation is on that screen. The museum can also
boast of several premiere exhibits unlikely to be seen
anywhere else in the U.S.
"We are one of two museums that pioneered the
hands-on concept," said Sherwood Wilkes, curator of
natural sciences for the museum.
"The new museum will be totally unique. No one
has ever done anything like this before in such an
encompassing way," he said, referring to the Florida
eco-system exhibit. The space exhibit, health exhibit
and aquarium also are exciting and unique concepts, he
added.
Aside from 220 hands-on exhibit modules,
classroom and lab areas, a cafe, museum store and
space for national touring exhibits complete the
museum's plan.
Across the street, is an Esplanade Science Park
overlooking the New River. Here, in an combined
effort between the City of Fort Lauderdale and the
Discovery Center, navigational instruments, whisper
dishes, a telescope area under the gazebo and a science
circle for distance and measurements offer hands-on
experience. A weather station stands close to the water
overlooking the future site of city docks. The park will
open to the public by April.
Facing the park is the two-story museum facility
which will open in the fall of 1992. It will offer a mind
boggling array of science exhibits with the mission to
teach and generate new excitement for learning in an
atmosphere of creativity.
The signature exhibit, the 8,500-square-foot multi-
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"It will cover all aspects of the Florida
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plants, water and animals co-exist in this environment.
Wilkes designed the ecology exhibit over five years
ago.
Visitors will be able to walk through a coral reef
grotto, stopping to admire the 2,000-3,000 gallon
aquariums with sharks, rays and other reef dwellers.
There will be a sting ray touch tank and the largest live
Caribbean coral tank in the world, says Wilkes.
A 20-by-10-foot touch tank with starfish and sea
urchins and specimen tanks with other sea creatures
and an octopus should captivate visitors.
A live mangrove swamp with a terrarium leads one
to the Everglades habitat. Here alligators and fresh
water turtles, fish, and snakes will greet eager visitors.
An aviary will hold mockingbirds, cardinals and
taxidermy exhibits of rare wading birds and animals.
There will be swamps and a Pond Apple Slough to
walk through, tree islands and the popular bee hive
which will be adjacent to the aviary.
Walk through a sink hole and observe its geology
and environment for nocturnal animals such as bats.
See butterfly gardens and a barrier island holding live
sea turtles, hatchlings, yearlings and two-year olds.
The exhibit's second level introduces a walk
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Seven other exhibits including the MAX theater,
plus the 3,000-square-foot traveling exhibit area
occupy the rest of the museum. A health exhibit
provides experiments to help learn how the human
body works. Information on good health, the effects
of drugs, diet and exercise will be available.
Amazing technology allows visitors to experience
an electronics area sponsored by Florida Power and
Light, and a robotics area with a large industrial robot.
The nature of sound will be explored in Voices of
the Universe, sponsored by Sound Advice. See how a
synthesizer works, or see the workings of
microphones and speakers.
Space Base lets astronauts experience the
sensations of blast-off, flight and re-entry. The flight
in space also lets visitors experience weightlessness.
Solar Spectacular and KidScience round out the
spectrum. KidScience introduces children to science
through bubblemaking, a hatchery for baby chicks and
a music area where children can perform with a band.
How will the dynamic Eco-systrem exhibit affect
the plans for a future aquarium in downtown Fort
Lauderdale.
"Our project is happening now," said Kim Maher,
executive director of the Discovery Center. "Ours is a
comprehensive eco-system with a large number of
aquariums." In total, there will be 23 aquariums and
20 terrariums.
Maher does not rule out the possibility of the two
museums working together, however. "There could be
a future extension of what the Museum of Science and
Discovery already has," she said. "I'm a believer in
regionalism."
Meanwhile, the Discovery Center campaign has
already raised $25.7 million. The largest source of
funding is $11 million provided by the Florida
Department of Education/School Board of Broward
County PECO grant. The City of Fort Lauderdale's
General Obligation Bond money provided $8 million
more. Corporate and private donations make up $6.7
million. Only $3.3 million more is needed.
With the recent groundbreaking, the reality of the
new museum becomes the public's discovery.

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20 Waterfront News March 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
EFF COTTAGE on New River. Furn/util.
$100 per week. Dock available. 791-1509
309 Hendricks Isle apt $400/mo plus
utilities. Parking avail. 977-9168.






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
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1/1.5 modern town
homes. Wkly/mnthly/annual 524-1615
LAS OLAS ISLES- 1/1 & eff's, yearly or
seasonally, pool, laundry, furnished or
unfurnished. Call 523-9758
STUDIO APT overlooking dockage $500/mo
includes dockage & utilities, quiet tenant,
North Miami call 757-1100.


Spacious 1-bed LAS OLAS waterfront,
beautifully furn Country French. Yrly lease.
$695. Call 463-9717 or 525-3005.


STUDIO APT and/or DOCK SPACE No. of
Port of Miami Very secure Ph 674-9716


Furn 1-BED APT in duplex. Private
entrance. Parking. Backyard. SW area.
$375. 1st/last/deposit. 527-4084.


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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- deed 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
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-
live. $200 & $250/mo. 565-2895
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
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 Available April Call 463-5517
POMPANO 20' dock close to ICW. Wtr/Elec.
9 blks N of Atl Blvd. $125. Call 782-7800


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DOCKAGE continued

LAUDERDALE ISLES- no fixed bridges.
Water, electric. No live-aboards.
Ideal for sailboat up to 50'. $125/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 Qi9R-7345;


ON NEW RIVER- no fixed bridges. Water &
Electric included. Cable and phone available.
Pool privileges.
Call Riverside Hotel 305-467-0671.
LHP to 42'. $4/ft. Call 782-0496


EXTRA WIDE SLIP- 196 Hendricks Isle
up to 17' beam; also, up to 14' beam.
Call R895-687


LIGHTHOUSE PT.- near Inlet, 90' dock,
water & elec. no Ivbds 941-4044 eves


RIVERLAND- hurricane safe, deep water,
fence, w/e, 60 ft, sail/power, no fixed
bridges. Private. No Ivbds. Call 584-9218.
POMPANO-SE: wide canal, 1 bridge (12'),
elec/water no Ivbds. safe. 946-1823
SUPER LOCATION TROPICAL PARADISE
secure & safe 120' dock for rent
reasonable and accommodating power/sail.
Call 583-5560.
7' WATER BISCAYNE BAY- north of Port of
Miami, ideal for absentee owner. Up to
50' sailboat No Ivbd Secure 674-9716
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
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 live-aboards. Call 584-4597.
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 access $475. Call 516-472-4723
POMPANO- two new deep slips, 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.
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.


Dock to rent: RIO VISTA, Tarpon River up
to 36'. powerboat Call 525-0702.
GALLERIA near Intracoastal- NFB
reasonable and good. Call 764-8075.
RIVERLAND- up to 90', deepwater, wide
canal. 50 amos. call 462-5770.
HARBOR ISLES- deepwater, near Port,
easy ocean access, water/elec, phone. No
Ivbds. For 60'+ size vessel.
Days 467-8325: eves & w/e 523-7254.
POMPANO dock space $85/month,
water/electric. Call 786-0958.


LAS OLAS south- 50' dock,elec/wtr, deep
draft, no bridges. Call 764-5542.
RIVERLAND- up to 50', secure fenced, 5'
draft, wtr/elec. No liveboards. $150/mo.
Call 584-0578.
NEW MARINA- deepwater, power or sail.
No Ivbds 45' to 80'. Call 921-6551.
79 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater, Ivbds-to
50' shower/BBO Eves 763-1695
DEEPWATER dock, 5 min to ocean, SE 15 St.
No Lvbd. $175/mo. Call 435-2425.
MYSTIC. POINTE MARINA YACHT CLUB
Aventura/Turnberry area 50' boat slip on
Intracoastal designated parking place *
dockmaster phone cable TV 220 elec
- water. $400/month.
Call Karen 305-563-1000 or 971-3084.
Dock for rent- 60' LAS OLAS $250/mo.
Call Jim Thomas 779-3692
Dock for rent- UP TO 50' near Shooters.
Reasonable. Ask for Willie day: 486-0490
night: 561-8958.
DOCK FOR RENT- Hollywood canal.
Elec/water. Fixed bridges. Call 923-2891.
CORDOVA ROAD: minutes to Port
Everglades. No fixed bridges, 32' or under.
No live-aboards. Call 522-4163.
POMP dock whios-water.adults'946-4272


DOCKAGE continued
HILLSBORO HBR- mins to Hlsbr Inlet.
Private OP/WTR WTR/ELEC. Ideal for
absentee owners No Ivbds Call 941-3549
DFB- 50' deepwater, across Bird Isle,
private, No Wake Zone, ideal for sailboat,
water/elec. no Ivbds. Call 481-8798.
CITRUS ISLE off New River- no fixed
bridges, water/electric, no live-aboards.
$175/mo Call 524-5938
CITRUS ISLES- 55' dp wtr, elec/wtr, no
fxd brdg or Ivbd $250/mo. Call 525-2191
RIVERLAND- safe, secure,. nice spot,
Lauderdale Isles. up to 45'. Call 583-7947.
UP TO 50'- 220/110 & water. No Ivbds.
Fenced. No fxd brdgs. Call 581-2315.


LAUD ISLES/NEW RIVER- no fxd brdgs,
ideal for sailboat no Ivbds Ph 581-5169


Dock for rent- MIAMI SHORES area. Direct
to Biscayne Bay, security, private parking,
elec. water. Call 576-6545.
PALM ISLAND/Miami- d/w, wtr/elec,
phone No Ivbds secure Call 538-5012
DEEPWATER dock for rent. No fixed bridSas.
Quality location Call 946-3654
NEW RIVER- east of fork. 3 docks, very
secure location, pvt estate, no live-
aboards. Call 463-1975.
LIGHTHOUSE POINT- no fixed bridges, 70'
dock with utilities, over 35' please, $7 per
foot. Call 428-7103.


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gal wants Bahama cruising. Write: 2175 So.
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ATTENTION CAPTAINS- charter with a
youth serving organization in the Keys
teaching sailing, fishing, etc.
Must have license, experience, also need
sailboats in 40-50' range. Contact:
P.O. Box 1206, Islamorada, FL 33036.
Call 305-664-4173
YACHT CAPTAIN- 100-ton license, power,
charter & deliveries. Local captain.
Bob 949-6021 leave message.




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57' TAPERED ALUM. MAST (new) no tangs
7.4"x12.6" welded mast head will
customize to your boat. Value=$19,000.
Asking $10.000. Call Ted 463-7100.


UTILITY TRAILER 8x6x5 completely
enclosed $500. Call Don 524-8661


BARIENT 35- 12-volt, 2-speed, self-
tailing, 5.75' drum. New in crate. $4800.
Call 534-4137.
AUTOPILOT NECO 692, 24v, with remote
control, newly factory overhauled $850.
DEPTH SOUNDER Copal in-dash type CI-60,
new $100. Call 462-8074.
FISH FINDER/PLOTTER/DEPTH thru hull
Apelco 500 brand new $350. Ph 977-7313.
LEER JEWELERS manufacturer diamond
importer selling direct. Appraisals.
Diamond setting & repairs done on
premises. Fastl 4960 No. Dixie Hwy. Ft.L.
493-7888
TRAILER HOME 2/2. Nicely furn, two
patios, screened Fla room. Trees. Lg fenced
yard. Giveaway at $6000. Call 792-6335.
ALCOHOL STOVE, Galley Maid, three-burner
w/oven, w/tank & hose, brown enamel
finish, $175. Ph 977-3934.

For Sale continued



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


UNIVERSAL ATOMIC 4-n gas, exci cond. In,
boat working for demo Call 467-1229


40 HP EVINRUDE ex cond $850. 779-3845


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


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.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724.
INVERTERS TRACE 2000 watt $1090


ACHILLES INFLATABLE- Yamaha 15. Like
new. $2300 Call 534-4137
New 9' inflatable $600, 35 Ib Bruce $225,
3 hp Evinrude $400, 230' rope & chain
$75, BOAT US chairs $40.
Call 305-797-9858 or 305-424-9359
MOVING/SELLING OUT: ZODIAC MKI GT. 132
aluminium floor boards $525 obo. New
Steine 7x50 COMPASS $550 obo. YAMAHA
650 SX 79 exell $650 obo Ph 434-0197


BRAND NEW 8' $450.


Call 966-9285.


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.
List $99,840 selling at $65,500.
Call 305-768-9615 & 772-6282 after 6.
17' SKI BOAT w/equipment. 115 HP
Mariner. "Sharp" 782-0107
1979 15-foot MAKO- 55 Evinrude Merc'
trolling motor. Depth finder. Low hours in
fresh water only. Power lift trailer. Many
extras. $2200 firm.
Call 305-942-6644

* Buying or selling, power or sail.
We're known for quality.
Call today.
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1515 SW 201 Slea, FL Lmudeidale, FL 33315
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37' ISLANDER '76 loaded for cruising.
$39 000 Call 764-6192
PEARSON ENSIGN SLOOP- 23' fully found
Seagull o/b Mary xtras Call 462-2628
MINI 12's & 2,4 Meter Boats-
in the water. New/used and broker boats.
Come raclhg. ''Call 761-76556
PETERSON 44'
Best cruising sailboat under $100K.
*Never chartered exc-cond 3rd owner.
*Sailed Bahamas, Caribbean, Maine.
*Hood Stoway main & custom features.
Owner offers 0 $98K. Ph 305-564-2957.
28 MARINER 1978 sloop, diesel, wheel,
roller furling $12,500 o/b/o trades
considered. Crisco Yacht 892-8502.


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


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- Townhomes. Very
modern, pool, inclds deepwater boat slip.
$139K+. Investors rent guaranteed.
Ooen 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
$142.000. Call (305) 791-3628.
2/2 condo- ISLE OF VENICE. Assumable.
Mort NFB. Many extras & upgrades.
Call Jim Mathieu Assoc Kroll Realty
475-8800 or eves 761-1335
CITRUS 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.
POMPANO 133' on water 4/3, pool, in-law
apt. dock. Realtor 943-8880
LIGHTHOUSE POINT- design your dream
home up to 5000 sq ft on deepwater. 1/4
ml to Inlet, 1 block to tennis. Lake Placid
area. Call 305-782-5328.


OW N ER FINANCING
Move right into this beautifully,
completely furnished two-bedroom
condo covered parking.
Details call Lllian Williams 523-8182
Peterson Eebohnrn 523-14R4


CITRUS ISLES 2-bed 59' of seawall, dock.
Best buy at $100,055.
Call Rhonda Kramer 764-7035 evenings.
'Century 21 Posmak Realty 764-815R1


POINT LOT- room for 4 boats $299,900
terrific 3-bedroom home on point lot on
New River. T-dock allows room for 4 large
boats. Deep pool built on concrete pilings as
is house. One bedroom has separate
entrance. Great view.
Barbara Imhoff. Realtor 523-7285.
FT LAUD- SAILBOAT BEND, RIVERSIDE!
2-bedroom, 1-bath concrete home, terazzo
floors, carport, $61,900.
Total cash needed FHA only $40001!!
Call Marc at 764-3772 or 760-7787
Barbara Alves Realty 305-522-0998.


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Distributor: Rich Beers Marine 764-6192.


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EAUo. Yachting Capital Of The World?
Call A Fellow Boater, Who Understands Your Needs


PETER MALONEY
Realtor I Associate
Residence 305-467-1472
office 305-525-6488


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


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S Y. NEWPORT Newport Yachting Center MAY 31,JUNE 1,2
S To enter your boat or marine equipment, contact:
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REAL ESTATE continued
GOLDEN ISLES- waterfront, no fxd brdgs,
3/3. pool. assum mtg. Call 454-4279.
FT LAUD ON NEW RIVER-SOUTH FORK!I!
Watch the Jungle Queen go by. 3-bed 3-
bath. Gorgeous pool area. Owner must sell.
Asking $269,000.
Call Marc at 764-3772 or 760-7787
Barbara Alves Realty. 305-522-0998.
FT LAUD- Key West style Florida home. 2-
bedroom 1-bath, hardwood floors, large lot
shaded by grand oak trees.
Asking $72,900 "assumable mortgage."
Call Marc at 764-3772 or 760-7787.
Barbara Alves Realty 305-522-0998.

ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES. REALTORS
(05) 462-5770


INTRACOASTAL PENTHOUSE CONDO 2
bedroom, 2 bath comer penthouse condo
with spectacular view of Intracoastal &
Ocean! Great N.E. location, boat dockage
available & covered parking spaces. JUST
REDUCED TO $130,000.
AFFORDABLE DEEPWATER POOL
HOMEI 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 $139,900!
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
dockage! $359,000.
Owner Financlngl 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 Townhouse with deeded
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.
DEEPWATER DUPLEX 2 Bedroom/1
bath and 2 bedroom/2 bath, Central A/C,
32' Waterfront. Only $164,9001
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 River! 24 hr. security, golf, tennis, sau-
nas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK*,
deep water ocean access dockage* as
available *(owners only).
1/1 $54,900 1//11/2$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 2/2 129,900
1/11/2 68,000 2/2 87,900
1/1/1/2 69,9001 2/2 89,900
River Reach rentals also available
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS
AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyersl"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(3o5) 462-5770
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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
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
Keep your boat looking good. Varnish
Paint/Teak R&R BRIGHTWORK will do it.
Call Roland 979-6946
DISCOUNT SALES AND INSTALLATIONS-
Sat-Nay, Watermakers, SSB/HAM/VHF,
Radar, Inverters, Wind Generators.
$25/hour or call Jim for quote.
CRUISER'S SUPPLY (305) 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
inc: A/C & D/C elec, gas & diesel engines;
transmissions, steering systems. Owner
absentee service, cleaning and teak 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.


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.
RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES 15 yrs exp.
Sail/Power. DOCKSIDE REPAIR. Diesel/Gas.
General maintenance-troubleshooting. Fair
prices. Call Marc 523-8742.
RESTORE your fiberglass or wood boat at
your dock. Yacht refinishing Awlgrip
varnish. Karen Hill 763-4513. Free
estimates Work carefully done.
SANITATION PUMP-OUT on the water "we
come to you" service. 'Call 722-0614.


John Edward Longhi

SYacht Photography

305-524-2862


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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
ac refrig. needs MC Visa ace 785-6511
HAWTHORNE MARINE. Factory authorized
dealer for Adler/Barbour Crosby *
Cruisair*Marine Air- Sea Frost 763-2653.
SPECIAL TECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty. $1398. Call 764-6192.





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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'v rldnne it all "Dnisnont with this ad."


Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486.


SEW & SEN W FORTH
Custom Sewing & repairs,
sheets, draperies, cushion
covers & canvas
524-5082


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
KAIWAHINE YACHT DETAILING- interior &
exterior cleaning, waxing, maint. &
provisioning. Licensed & insured. *
Patricia Atkinson home 475-2125 or
beeper 528-0379 Very reliable
EUROCLEAN. YACHT SPECIALIST:
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY/INTERIORS.
We don't cut corners- We clean them!
7 days/24 hrs. Licensed/Insured.
Call 733-2087.





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







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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Call today for a quote: 305-941-8090

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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/Instr. 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
Fall Geoff 431-1923. In Qade 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 I nderwnatr MAINTENANCP. 7Rf-.443d


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.




ELECTRONICS ELECTRICS installation
trouble shoot-discount sales-sail & pwr.
Certified tech & navigator with extensive
yacht-comm. vsl. experience. Peter 1-800-
729-5498 (leave msg)





31 YRS EXP in fiberglass repairs. Gel
coat, hard tops. Your dock or mine.
Jack Anderson 462-6758.
BOB NAIDUS FIBERGLASS REPAIR 535 NW
Ist 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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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 .
NAVIGATIQN: basic & celestial 763-36 0


Do your own marine maintenance arnd
prevent engine failure. March 9th, '9arri-
1pm, Port Everglades Admin. Bldg.
C~all 74-.8917 to renister R $8


WOMEN SAILORS- sail our boats solo off
the dock. No men allowed qn board. $25.
Call 761-7656. .




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 free
Installed in or out of water. Get 10% off
with this ad. Supergrafix computerized
lettering. 1530-C North Federal Highway,
Pompano Beach.
Call782-2267.800-537-S IGN
LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 763-4783


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
SBimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
,all 921-5486.
t.CANING, .SEAT WEAVING, chair/rocker
.repair-restoration. Call Kevin 565-6435.




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MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
Seager Tel 791-8628
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rowe at 792-6092
MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- 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
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.
MARINE SURVEYORS COURSE, US Captain
Association USCG reg info Navtech Captains
License Prep 800-245-4425



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UNWANTED BOATS
any size, hauled, broken-
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Classifieds March 1991 -Waterfront News 23


MICHAEL'S MARINE SERVICE offers
"Excellence in Woodworking' to the
waterfront community. Specializing in
custom furnishings & fabrications for
sailing & power vessels. Established in
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NETWORK 763-4263 766-9966
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at Harbour Towne Marina, 801 NE 3rd Street, Dania
Sunday, March 17,1991 8:00 a.m.; weigh-in 3:00 p.m.
Prizes:
Adult Anglers Junior Anglers
1st Place $1,000.00 $75.00 Savings Bond
2nd Place -- 500.00 50.00 Savings Bond
3rd Place -- 250.00 25.00 Savings Bond
Rules Meeting & Kick-off Barbeque:
Saturday, 6:30 p.m., under the tent at Tugboat Annie's. Free to registered anglers. Additional tickets: $10.00.
Entry Fee:
Adult: $40.00 (through March 3rd), $50.00 (after March 3rd); Junior: $10.00
Sponsors:
Banyan Bay Marina Associated Marine Technologies Hunky Dory's Northcoast Auto Tech
Faro Blanco Marine Resort Beach Bait & Tackle Jewelers Work Bench Professional Marine Services
Hall of Fame Marina Boyd's Bait & Tackle Kingsbury Bait & Tackle Mike Shapiro Photography
Harbour Towne Marina Carpet Aesthetics, Inc. Lightening Marine Skippers Oil
Tavernier Creek Marina Fisherman's Paradise Lou's Bait & Tackle Tugboat Annie's
Thunderboat Marina Hawg Wild Cycle Accessories Mold Craft Lures
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