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Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1991
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    Main: Palm Beach News
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    Main: Safety
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    Main: Cruising
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    Main: Commerce
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    Main: Habitat
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Waterfront News


South Florida's Nautical Newspaper


Pompano Seafood Festival is on for April


By GLORIA KATZ
On again, off again, on again. The Pompano
Beach Seafood Festival is now scheduled to run on
April 27th and 28th after a disagreement between the
festival's sponsor, the Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce, and the city of Pompano, has
finally been resolved.
It began when the state would not issue a special
permit for the festival as they did last year. Normally
held in May, the festival was moved to April because
sea turtles' eggs hatch along that section of beach from
May through October. No permits are issued during
those months. This forced the Chamber of Commerce
to move the festival date to April thus necessitating a
request for approval from the City of Pompano Beach.
The city used this situation to try to renegotiate the
contract between them and the CofC. They requested
over 60 percent of the festival's proceeds to go to
charity and that the Chamber cap its profits at $25,000.
Also, the city would no longer contribute $15,000
worth of police protection and garbage pickup.
But the Chamber couldn't go forward and put on a
festival under those conditions, said Festival chairman
Fred Bamman.
"We anticipated certain revenues and expenses,"
Bamman said. "It was the middle of the fiscal year and
the magnitude of the request wasn't something the
Chamber could accomplish this year."
Bamman, an attorney who is also president-elect of
the Chamber, said there was then a constructive effort
on the part of the city and the Chamber. The mayor and
city commissioners were helpful, Bamman said.
"We got-back on track. With the compromise, it'll
be an enhancement to the festival, and yet it still
ensures the chamber has adequate funds and the non-
profits will get more money this year."
Pompano Ledger Publisher Ed Foley, an
outspoken critic of the festival, said money from
chantable events should go to charity and not to
businesses such as the Chamber. Money earned by the
Chamber in the past, says Foley, was funneled into
political gifts to commissioners running for office.
Foley also said some charities even lost money at the
festival.


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"What do they (the Chamber) do with the money?
Does it (the festival) benefit the Chamber or the people
of Pompano?" Foley said.
"And civic associations are against it (the festival)
because it becomes a drunken beer bash," Foley added.
Pompano Beach Vice-Mayor Michael Gomes
agreed that the commission wanted the festival more
family-oriented.
"I think the city has made its attitude be known,"
he said.
Both Gomes and Mayor Nat Braverman said they
were satisfied with the compromise.
"It (the compromise) turned out quite well," said
Mayor Braverman. "The charities are going to get 70
percent, not 50 percent like last year."
Last year the proceeds were split 50-50 between
the Chamber and the charities, with Chamber expenses
deducted off the gross, said Gomes. With the
compromise, the Chamber will deduct the expenses
from their share, which will be 30 percent. Charities
will receive 70 percent this year and 75 percent next
year.
Using last year's figures, this means charities will


get $66,000 and the Chamber will get $28,000. The
$11,000 in expenses would come off the $28,000.
Hopefully, the festival will raise more money this year.
SLast year the city billed for non-cash expenses
including equipment rental charges. This year, says
Bamman, the city will not bill for that.
But the city will still keep the same arrangement
regarding reimbursement for one-half of police, fire
and public works expenses up to $15,000. In this
way, the city is also contributing to the charities, said
Gomes.
Last year, said Bamman, the city wouldn't agree to
boardwalk advertising. This year, the city will allow
ads to provide revenue to pay for the materials
necessary to build an extended boardwalk.
With both the Chamber and city commission
satisfied with the compromise, the Seafood Festival
can now continue to entertain residents, raise money
for charities, and satisfy the needs of the Chamber of
Commerce.
"I think politics got put aside, that everyone was
very fair and that a decision was made in benefit of the
people. It was a good compromise," said Bamman.


A buffet of beachfront entertainment planned


Hungry seafood lovers will be able to shrimp out
at the more than forty restaurants offering delectable
seafood at the Pompano Beach Seafood Festival.
More than 200,000 people are expected at the
Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28 event. There
will be all types of music ranging from jazz to rock
presented on two stages, over 100 arts and crafts
displays and plenty of food. Restaurants signed up
thus far include Pelican Pub, Seafood World of
Lighthouse Point and Crab Shanty.
To date, the music schedule is as follows:
Saturday, noon 7 p.m.:
Chopper and LoneStar Band
Big Mamma Blu
Ted Vernon & The Bulldogs
Island Rhythms of Sir Cedrick
Paris with Valerie Z
Sunday, noon 7 p.m.:
The Mavericks
Low Tides
The Fabulons
Big Mama Blu
Dana Paul and his Nantucket Sound
Island Rhythms of Sir Cedrick
Friday evening, 5 p.m. 8 p.m.
A special Zeta 4 kick-off party on the
main stage
Mike Pinera and Blues Image


Over 1500 feet of boardwalk running along the
beach allows easy access to everything and gives local
businesses the opportunity to present their company
name to the expected crowd. This year the boardwalk
has been expanded to include a complete loop of the
beach area.
Parking will be available along Atlantic Blvd. on
the west side of the Intracoastal. A trolley will
transport people from there and shuttle buses will
transport festival goers from the Pompano Square
Mall parking lot


Lauderdale Seafood Festival April 13-14
The Fort Lauderdale Seafood Festival is scheduled
for 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 13 and noon to 6
p.m. Sunday, April 14 at Bubier Park in Fort
Lauderdale. Admission is $1. Proceeds benefit the
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.
For more information call 463-4431.


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Editor's log
The grand opening of the Fazisi USA office was
held March 18 at Marina Inn & Yacht Harbor in Fort
Lauderdale. The ribbon cutting was done by
Congressman E. Clay Shaw. The legislator was made
an Honorary Skipper of Fazisi, an entry in the 1993-94
Whitbread Around-the-World Race.
Three local divers competed in Moscow in
two dive meets recently against world class
competitors. Kent Ferguson placed second behind
fellow American Mark Lenzi in the Men's 3-meter
Springboard event of the Spring Swallows
International Meet March 7-10. Karen LaFace came in
fourth in the Alamo Challenge's Women's 3-meter
Springboard venue March 15-16. Mary Ellen Clark
placed sixth in the Women's Platform the same meet.
Ferguson, LaFace and Clark all train at the Swimming
Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale.
Highlights of the Alamo Challenge will air on
SuperStation WTBS on April 13 at 10:05 EDT.
The USA, USSR, China and Germany, along
with 15 other nations, will meet in the Alamo
International on May 9-12 at the Hall of Fame. It will
be the only international diving competition held this
year in the United States, and will be one of the last
meetings of the world's top divers before the 1992
Barcelona Olympic Games.
Neighboring marine business owners along State
Road 84 have joined with the City Manager of Dania to
devise a redevelopment project for the roadway and
adjacent properties from 1-95 west to the drawbridge
over the South Fork New River. The Marina Mile
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Making way for the Riverview project is the
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Robert Barq and Randy Smith of Biloxi outbid South
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The City of Fort Lauderdale staff wants to amend a
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4 Waterfront News April 1991 Letters


Boating public must band together


To The Editor:
I would like to express my opinion concerning
never-ending increasing taxes on boat owners.
Regulations, license fees, registration fees, tag fees,
gasoline taxes, and on top of all these, your local
county boat taxes. It is very obvious that the boating
industry and boating public are being taxed right off
the water. I feel that this is discriminatory, especially
the user fee tax.
I am appealing for support from all those who are
in a position that can apply financial and political
pressure against those who support action that brings
infringement upon the boating public. Boat owners are
consistent voters and they stand together.
Listed below are some suggestions I feel are
necessary:
A united organization of national, state, local,
marine industries (we have some but they are not
organized or united) the fishing industry, insurance
companies, electronic industry, ships and publications.
Regular publications or notices regarding the
latest boat taxes, etc. Boat people are for real, not just
a ghost number, like so many organizations.
Boat shows, conventions, dealership meetings,
etc. Set up a booth in a very obvious location
providing the most up-to-date information concerning
the boating public. Communication is the key for all
levels of any industry. The boating industry needs to
work together or all related marine industries will
continue to get worse. The boating public and dealers
are tired of being picked on.
Require accountability. To be published annually
of all money collected from the boating public. This
should be done on national, state and local levels. If
the public really knew how, where the money was
going they just might become more involved.
List those political candidates who vote for
taxes, fees, etc.
Require federal, state and local government
using marine taxes be used for those marine parks to
establish facilities for the boating public (ramps,
docks, parking and navigation aids, anchoring
facilities).
The marine industry establish their own
consultant (for impact studies). There is a definite need
to investigate the background, qualifications,
experience, number of years in the area of research
being conducted. (Actual location.)
Selective law enforcement, instead of new
personnel, new boats, new equipment, and
establishing another bureaucracy. Every time a
problem develops, they want more money, etc. To me
this shows lack of organization and administrative
ability. No one is beyond replacement!


Reader reacts to letter

To The Editor:
Liked [Charles Kanter's] letter very much and will
see to it that it gets in the local paper. [See "Waterway
speed laws protect people, too," page 4, March 1991,
Waterfront News.]
Louise Mattlage
Boca Raton

Stretching those advertising dollars
To The Editor:
Never have my advertising dollars been better
spent than with The Waterfront News. Response to my
"help wanted" ad numbers in the hundreds.
Carolyn Cramer
Fort Lauderdale


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All federal, state and local agencies be required
an annual evaluation accountability. Due to the lack of
job description we have duplication of positions, mass
paper shuffling which leads to the time-cost factor and
the end result, trying to justify their position.
No one asked me to write this letter. I did it
because I felt that as a small boat owner I ought to
express my opinion. I realize that my opinion may fall
on deaf ears, however, I wanted to be able to say I got
involved. I am just a little old small boat owner who is
trying to stay afloat.
Nick Triantafellu, Jr.
Ormond Beach


Pompano Beach Seafood fest

To the Editor:
The February 1991 issue of Waterfront News
contained an-article having to do with cancellation of
the Pompano Beach Seafood Festival.
As 1991 Seafood Festival Chairman, I am pleased
to report to the Waterfront News that the festival is, in
fact, going to be held the weekend of April 27 and 28,
1991.
The Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce in co-sponsorship with the city of
Pompano Beach will again present the festival which
will be held at Atlantic Blvd. and the ocean in
Pompano Beach, Florida. The festival benefits
numerous local charities and provides scholarships to
local area high school students. The compromise
agreement unanimously reached by the mayor and city
commissioners of Pompano Beach and the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce provides for a
continuation of support by the city by way of police
protection and public works assistance, and also
provides for an enhancement in the benefits to be
derived by local charities.
The assistance of the Waterfront News in
providing its readership with notice of the upcoming
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival for the weekend of
April 27 and 28, 1991 is very much appreciated; this
year's festival should be the best ever!
Fred C. Bamman, I
Pompano Beach


Long time readers reminisce

To the Editor:
I don't know where the years have gone but it
seems like yesterday that the Waterfront News was
just a "back room" enterprise and look at it today! You
have done a marvelous job in building it into a fine,
worthy newspaper that serves a great many people that
are associated with boating and the waterfront.
Congratulations on a job well done.
G. P. "Matt" and
Linda Matherson
Jacksonville, FL
Editor's note: Matt and Lindy were long-time
residents of the New River aboard their Chris-Craft
Sea-Leste. They recall a time back in 1984-85 when
the Waterfront News rented a back room from a print
shop next door to the New River Post Office. We
published an illustration or two of Matt's back then,
and both he and his wife were very supportive of this
editor as he struggled through the first two years of
being a small business owner.
The Mathersons have since sailed on to
Jacksonville via the Bahamas, maintaining a mail
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To the Editor:
My name is Commando Fisherman. I don't know
about you, but I am tired of seeing trash everywhere I
go. While driving to and from work, to the boat ramp,
or walking on the beach, I see plastic bags, aluminum
cans, or other kinds of trash lying about.
I believe that most people don't litter and the rest
don't really mean to.
It has become such a habit to throw trash out the
window or just leave it lying on the ground; maybe
because there wasn't a trashcan nearby.
Trash not only looks bad, it can also hurt wildlife.
Birds can become tangled in the plastic rings of a six-
pack or discarded fishing line and drown or get hung
up in trees. Plastic bags and balloons can kill whales
and sea turtles who sometimes mistake them for a
jellyfish. Most of us have seen, heard, or read about
things like this. And for those who have not, we needed
to let them know that it's not cool to litter.
Now I am going to ask for your help, because
there is a lot of trash out there to be picked up.
Everyday we get out of bed, comb our hair, brush
our teeth and get dressed. Here is another good habit
we want to "pick up" as part of our daily routine.
"Pick up" at least one piece of trash daily. "Pick up"
one piece on your way into the grocery store or mall
(there are trash cans at the entrance to most stores).
"Pick up" one piece of trash while you are at the boat
ramp or docks. "Pick up" one piece of trash while you
are on your evening walk. Heck, take the kids with
you; they count for one too."Pick up" one piece of
trash... I think you get the idea.
Also anytime you are venturing into the great
outdoors, bring a garbage bag with you and take a few
moments to "pick up" some trash. Let's get together
and clean up OUR environment. Remember to recycle
whatever you can.
If everyone would do these things, we CAN make
a difference. It only takes a moment of our time. Take
pride in Florida. Make it a habit, "Pick it up."
"Commando Fisherman"
Fort Lauderdale


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Waterfront News


Question-
For a few weeks I've had a clicking or banging
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Is it in the starter or in the engine? Any idea?
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The noise can be in the starter or the bendix drive on
the starter or the flywheel gear on the engine.
Remove starter first and check drive on starter for
damage. Then slowly pry flywheel around and check
for broken or damaged teeth on it. Do not delay!
Read next question.
Al
Q-
I have a 15 HP Evinrude twin which was run hot
and cut out. While my buddy was running it the engine
cut off. He said the engine was hot and it shut off.
After it cooled down he started it and got home and
when he shut it down it would not start again.
He would like to fix it but don't know where to
start, and what's wrong.
Rod
A-
The reason the engine stopped was lack of cooling
water. The small stream of water coming out of the
rear of the motor is an indication of water circulation.
No stream no water no go. Some engines will cut
out when hot and some will seize and cause internal
damage.
First check if engine will turn over. If engine is
free and not seized or jammed, check compression for
valves that are not hung up. If seized you need major
work to check for scoring or breakage.
I would pull the lower unit to check water pump
for impellor and housing problems. Most likely that
was the problem in the beginning.


I have an oil leak from the bottom of my engine. I
wiped the bottom clean and using a mirror like I once
read in your column located the leak from bottom of
the oil filter. Replaced same with new filter according
to instructions but leak is still there. Tightening etc.
does not help.
Can it be the oil pan gasket? Or what?
Sam
A-
Your oil filter screws into a housing or oil filter
base that is bolted to the lower block. This has an oil
filter adapter gasket that can leak causing your
problem.
I don't know what engine you have in your boat
but that can be your oil leak. Clean around this adapter
and use the mirror to spot your oil leak.
Al


Q-
I have an engine that has jumped timing three times
so far. I would like to know what is causing this and
what to look for. I was told it was the timing chain, but
that is a big job and I would like to check that first.
Waiting for your advice.
Chuck
A-
First take a compression test and if that checks out
the chain is not at fault. I would pull the distributor and
check the gear on end of shaft. If pin is sheared and
you can move gear, that's it. Replace pin and retime. If
cam shaft is damaged you have major work and call in
a good mechanic.


-When I go to start my boat it will not start. I hear
a whirring or spinning noise and that's it. My battery
is fully charged, lights, horn, etc. all OK, but engine
will not turn over.
All kinds of advice but would like to hear from
you about this.
Tom
A-
A lot of boat problems are caused by well-meaning
advice. Go to a good mechanic for help. I would first
check my starter drive. The starter is receiving juice
and it spins but the drive is not engaging. It could be
jammed or broken. They are easy to repair or replace


once you get the starter out. Inspect the teeth on the
flywheel gear as they can cause this trouble if they are
broken or nicked.
Any spaces on this gear and the starter will just
spin and not engage.


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
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Waterfront history-

Shady Banks, a starlit landing


By SUSAN B. PETERSON
and
STEVE BOONE

The real McCoy visits Starlite Landing
Starlite Landing? Such a romantic name for a part
of Shady Banks that is on the New River, almost in the
shadow of the 1-95 bridge over the river. George
Hartman, whose original Ft. Lauderdale home was
located where 1-95 is now, invited us to his riverfront
home in Starlite Landing to tell us stories of building
sailboats on the river in the '40s while living in a tent.
Starlite Landing has been a unique gathering place for
sailboat people who were anchored at Sailboat Bend,
and found permanent accommodations further up the
New River at the Landing, which Gil Sayward, a
sailor and writer for Motorboating Magazine, had
purchased in the thirties. He sold a number of lots to
sailing friends of his, and some of the most
outstanding boating people from Ft. Lauderdale's
recent history still live there. Across from Starlite
Landing you can see the docks and sheds of
Lauderdale Yacht Basin.
That was where, said George Hartman, the
Arethusa was docked in the early '40s. She was a 115-
foot motoryacht, and on board lived a beautiful young
woman and her boyfriend, Bill McCoy, a huge man,
perhaps in his eighties, with a strong interest in boats.
McCoy was the famous retired rumrunner who made a
fortune during Prohibition carrying first quality liquor
on his schooners from the Bahamas to Long Island and
New York Harbor. Arethusa was the name of
McCoy's most famous schooner, a black two-master
which he had purchased for $21,000 in Rockland,
Maine, after the first few successful smuggling trips on
his other schooner, the Marshall. McCoy became
famous for delivering top quality goods, hence, "the
real McCoy" came to mean the genuine article. Below
are excerpts from our March 14th interview with
George and Mrs.Hartman at Starlite Landing:
WFN: What was the Starlite?
GH: The Starlite was Gil Sayward's sailboat.
She was somewhere in the 41-foot-42-foot bracket.
Gil bought this property the whole Landing and
built his house in 1939, and he came and parked the
original Starlite here. Gil came from Boston with his
wife and one son, who is Mike Sayward, who now
lives two doors over here.
Q: In the '40s there wasn't much out here in
Shady Banks, was there?
GH: No, there wasn't. And, of course, in Starlite
Landing there was only Gil Sayward's house and
Betty and I lived in a tent over there on the boatyard
property while we built our house. At the same time as
I was working on the boat, I was building a house,
and we lived in that until 24 years ago, when the
highway finally decided they were going to need that
property to build the road. In the '40s this whole area


was a citrus grove, principally in the area where the
Hortt School is it was all the way from there, I
believe, up to Davie Boulevard. This property here
was not part of it this was a truck farm. We still had
what was left of it in our yard.
Of course, Starlite Landing got its name from the
original Starlite that Sayward came south in. It was
named Starlite when he bought it.
Cypress Landing is the area just upriver from the
Davie Boulevard bridge, and we built another big boat
up there the Prospector. That was before Starlite was
built that was the first one I worked on on the
riverbank, and that was owned by a fellow by the
name of Jack Harper. That was a Concordia design,
long waterline boat, 42-foot, and a monster of a boat.
In those days it used to be pretty easy to get good
lumber. She was framed with bent live oak. She had a
lot of exotic timbers in her backbone.
The second Starlite? Gil sold the first one and had
another one designed by Charley Rhodes, and
Summerfield and I formed a partnership and built a
shed here, and equipped it with tools, and we started
to build the Starlite and we were setting up her-
backbone and Summerfield and I had a falling out. He
left and went down and bought the present
Summerfield's, and I stayed and hired another fellow
and we built the boat. It took close to a year.
Q: How much did you get for building it?
GH: Oh, by the hour. Don't have any idea.
However, this lot was part of my payment for it. Gil
Sayward did a long series on the building of the
Starlite the continuous name of the articles was: "No
One Knew A Thing Or Two." That was in
Motorboating Magazine, and it would have been,
maybe, '41. While we were building the Starlite, of
course, we had people in here watching us work all the
time, and they'd come and hang around for an hour or
two or three, and swap stories.
Q: Did they come by water?
GH: Yeah. In those days you almost couldn't get
here by land, it was just a little rut road that came down
along the riverbank from Cypress Landing.
Anyway, one of the people that got to coming
every day was this old fellow, he would have been in
his eighties then, I think, and he said his name was Bill
McCoy. He got to telling us about as how he had this
big schooner, and that he'd go the Bahamas and load
up with liquor, and he'd take it up off the coast and off
of Long Island, and these little boats would come and
carry the booze ashore.
Summerfield's boatyard celebrated its 50th
anniversary in 1990. Manager Tom Correll says they
plan to be there another fifty years. Tom told us that
there had been a boatyard at the site since 1933. Henry
Summerfield opened his boatyard in 1940, and aerial
photos from the early fifties show a very undeveloped
Shady Banks, compared to today. Shady Banks
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Koch finished Hero there. Having lived aboard an old
schooner at Summerfield's docks in the late 70s, we
remember the Jungle Queen going by and the
announcer saying: "Wave to the hippies, folks."
Long before Starlite Landing and Summerfield's
Boatyard, there were several distinguished part-time
residents of Shady Banks. The houseboat Wanderer
was a favorite winter residence of its owner, Boston
millionaire Charles B. Cory and his pal, actor Joe
Jefferson, "the famous Rip Van Winkle of the theatre,"
in the 1890s. Jefferson and Corey accompanied Henry
Flagler and others on the first train ride to Ft..
Lauderdale from West Palm Beach in 1896. Jefferson
persuaded Corey to bring his houseboat down from
Palm Beach. It was opulent a white 90-foot
sternwheeler with a dozen bedrooms, lounges,
recreation rooms and a piano. It docked, at first, at
Frank Stranahan's. Former presidents and admirals
were among the celebrity visitors, as well as "wild
actresses" on vacation, invited by Joe Jefferson.
Sleepy Ft. Lauderdale was amazed by their parties on
the river.
Later on, Corey, who was. also a famed
ornithologist; gave property on the river in Shady
Banks to Joe Jefferson and a friend, Louis Church.
The Wanderer. was docked there. In 1906, Jefferson's
widow, Sarah Jefferson, sold 19.5 acres of that
property to Louis Church's brother, Theodore. The
Wanderer slowly rotted away, until it was wrecked in
the 1926 hurricane.
Old neighbors are sometimes like old friends -
they change over time, but their features are still
recognizable, familiar and welcome. Shady Banks,
because of its relative isolation, has changed less than
other waterfront neighborhoods. Down by Starlite
Landing or over at the boatyard, one can still imagine
how it was when Bill McCoy was a neighbor across
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Waterfront zoning workshop planned for April
B M.G. SWIFT information about the workshop contact 761-5849.
By M.G. S T For nearly a year, a panel of Marine, Zoning and
City of Fort Lauderdale planners are currently Parks & Recreation board members have been
working to update the city's zoning ordinances. At the attempting to come to a consensus and concoct a
same time, a waterways master plan is being composed master plan for Fort Lauderdale's waterways. Ardent
by a panel consisting of various municipal advisory defenders of residential dock rentals and strident
boards' members. City planner Susan Tramer hopes to zoning code enforcement constructionists sometimes
tap into both enterprises through the vehicle of a seem to share only the table around which they debate.
marine zoning workshop being organized for April. Former Master Plan Chairman Bud Brown resigned
This "issue-oriented" session, as Tramer labels it, out of frustration.
should "identify and discuss those issues which [can] Present Chairman John Dorsey, with help from
be addressed in the current-study to update the city's City Planner Tramer, is charged by the city
zoning ordinances, which are uniquely focused on the commission to feel out a "sense of the majority of the
waterways and within the waterfrontage and water- community, while noting and respecting the
dependent uses and activities of the City of Fort opinions/desires of the minorities."
Lauderdale." The results of the waterfront zoning workshop will
Tramer plans to invite city commissioners, other be factored into the overall zoning rewrite, according to
advisory boards' representatives, members of the Tramer. The two-day session will begin with
Waterfront Property Owners' Association, the Marine orientation meetings and tours on the first day and will
Industries Association of South Florida and officers of resume for a full second day when consensus is hoped
the various neighborhood civic associations to to be reached on the issues concerning zoning revision,
participate in the two-day workshop. For more Tramer said.

Top Florida marine biologists form research sharing alliance


DANIA Fourteen of Florida's top marine
biologists met March 14-15, 1991, at the
Oceanographic Center of Nova University to form a
coalition that will combine findings of individual
fishery recruitment research statewide to better
understand Florida's fishery recruitment.
Recruitment is the process by which fish grow
from the early stages of life to adulthood.
Understanding this process has enormous potential for
managing Florida's many valuable fisheries.
"By integrating our findings, we can maximize the
results of our research and make the most of our
financial resources. With state and federal research
funding dwindling, it is imperative that we get the
most productivity for our research dollars," said Dr.
Gary S. Klepper, Ph.D, associate professor of the
Nova University Oceanographic Center.
The two-day meeting kicked off with a Sea Grant-
sponsored seminar entitled "Variability and Vital Rates:
Causes of Fluctuations and Potential for Regulation in
the Early Life of Fishes" by speaker Dr. Edward
Houde, a professor at Chesapeake Biological
Laboratory at the University of Maryland, which


addressed the implications of regulating stocks and
ensuring long-term resource availability to the
commercial and recreational fishing industries.
Throughout their visit, the marine biologists met to
organize and develop a sense of unity and purpose
among researchers and managers in Florida whose
interests lie in some aspect of fish recruitment ecology.
Goals include: focusing recruitment research on
several priority topics; enhancing research productivity
by developing resource sharing and interdisciplinary
interactions; and networking and communicating
within and between disciplines.
"We would like to have this group serve as a focal
point from which technical advice might be obtained by
administrators," said Kleppel. "It is expected that this
group of marine biologists, acting as a newly-formed
coalition, will develop attainable goals to meet
research, education and management needs within the
state of Florida. We seek to immediately involve more
qualified scientists in this effort. Eventually, we will
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PB county voters pass 1

By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Voters struck a blow for saving some of the last
remnants of Palm Beach County's natural ecosystem
by passing an environmental referendum on the issue
last month.
By an overwhelming margin, Palm Beach County
residents authorized the county to sell $100-million
worth of bonds to help finance the acquisition of as
many as 14 designated environmentally sensitive land
sites. These parcels, some of which are wetlands or
border the Intracoastal, are located throughout the
county, from Jupiter to Boca Raton. After visiting
several sites, the Lands Acquisition Committee,
composed of county citizens, recommended these 14
sites for protection from development.
The preservation issue had its beginnings in 1982,
as environmentalists from the Coalition of Wilderness
Islands began a lobbying effort to preserve pristine
Florida habitat. The issue had been dismantled or
delayed for several years, until last December, when
the county commission agreed to put the preservation
referendum on the March 12 ballot.
Joanne Davis, former co-chair of the Citizens for
Environmental Land Preservation, remarked that it
took a solid two years of aggressive lobbying to
convince the county commission to allow the issue to
come before the voters.
Davis stated, "The fact that this referendum passed
by a 2-1 margin is a good indication of what the public
sentiment is right now; people are in a panic and if we
let development continue at a breakneck pace, we
won't have anything left representing old Florida."
Davis added that trying to regulate developers has
been a difficult task, and that land purchased through
public ownership will allow natural lands to be
preserved for generations.
Now that the bond issue has passed, the county
will be working on setting up the sale of the bonds.
Meanwhile, the Land Selection Committee will be
working with the county commission in coming up
with recommendations as to which sites will be
purchased first. There is no guarantee, however, that
all 14 sites will be purchased.
The 14 sites encompass 31,000 acres that are
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Be prepared for Dade County hurricane


By HANK JONES
Plan your Dade County hurricane evacuation route
and refuge now.
Practice your plan now.
Prepare to execute the plan now.
Finally, pray that you won't have to implement
your plan this year or in years to come. Chances are it
won't work now, or in the foreseeable future.
Dade County's hurricane evacuation Flotilla Plan
probably is dead in the water.
The Miami River does nothold great promise of a
safe refuge for recreational boats in the event of a
hurricane, the daydreams of skippers notwithstanding.
There simply isn't room along the river's banks
for a visiting boatman to tie-up or snug-down to ride
out a hurricane.
"In the two counties there are 99,000 registered
boats," said Captain Mike Lamphear of the Florida
Marine Patrol, speaking of Dade and Broward.
"I have serious doubts that there is a safe harbor,"
he added. Along the Miami River growth has brought
a shortage of shoreline space available to boaters.
That raises the question: where does a boater
looking for a hurricane hole go as the storm
approaches?
Remember that a class 3 hurricane at the middle
of the scale will bring winds of 111 to 130 miles an
hour with a storm surge of nine to 12 feet.
The ocean will sweep across barrier islands like
Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale's beach to mingle
with waters of Biscayne Bay and the Intracoastal
Waterway. Boats traditionally docked in these areas
will have to be moved. -
The Flotilla Plan, designed to move boats upriver
safely and efficiently, does not promise safe haven for
the boat at the end of the trip. The Flotilla Plan gets
you there; finding a secure place for the boat is the
problem of the skipper.
That's true in Dade County for the Miami River
and in Broward for the New River the only two
rivers with Flotilla Plan programs.
No matter the perception a boater may have of the
Flotilla Plan in a community, the plan is designed to
move boats efficiently and in a timely manner to a place
where a skipper can find safety.
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The flotilla gets the boat up river. Moving a boat in
a fleet is not. for the boater's convenience but to
prevent frequent and unnecessary openings of bridges
so that road travel won't be obstructed for those
evacuating by car.
Once upriver the skipper confronts his real
problem.
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stay off the bank, and tie off securely to overhanging
trees perhaps even run lines to the far shore of the
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Although Broward's hurricane evacuation Flotilla Plan
remains alive, the Florida Marine Patrol and U.S. Cost
Guard are not likely to participate. Marine patrol boats
of the Broward sheriffs office and Fort Lauderdale
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river bank at which to tie up.
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officials to open flood control structures and allow
high water to flow to the sea.
It is estimated that the water would increase
surface levels by only a few inches, but it also is
projected that the leading edge of the water flow could
be travelling at 15 to 20 miles per hour.
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from a safe haven along the shore. Or, the swiftly
flowing water could carry debris downstream to crash
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permanent anchorage or dock. All this will happen at a
time when roads even waterways may be closed by
wreckage or natural causes like felled trees blocking a
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10 Waterfront News April 1991 Sailing


Windsurfing's 8th Annual

Sunshine Regatta results
Ninety-four boardsailors, representing eleven
clubs from as far away as California, participated in the
Greater Fort Lauderdale Boardsailing Association's
Eighth Annual Sunshine Regatta off Fort Lauderdale's
beach, March 17 and 18.
Competing in nineteen classes male and female
windsurfers raced from three miles on a shorter tacking
course to 21.4 miles in the long-distance event.
The results by class:


Men's Unlimited
ist PatLeMehute
2nd Sean Ordonez
3rd Kurt Schumacher
Men's USWA Production
1st Don Smith
2nd RickerAlford
3rd Kent Marinkovic
Women's USWA Production
1st Jocelyn Hrkach
2nd Kirsten Snellenburg
3rd VicddDaye
Junior/Youth's USWA
Production
1st Jason Voss
2nd Edward Northway
3rd Brent D. Sadler
Master's USWA Production
1st Charlotte Harris
2nd T nTruemper
3rd TerryMahoney
Grand Master's USWA
Production
1st Carl Osgood
Men's USWA Restricted
Production
1st Jim Buderus
2nd Greg Krenik
3rd Paul A.Imperato
Women's USWA Restricted
Production
Ist Linda Corpaci
2nd Karen Doyle
Junior/Youth's USWA
Restricted Production
1st Scott Fleischer
Master's USWA Restricted
Production
1st Ted Hollander
2nd Thomas Tofcxis
3rd C.W. Beaulac


Grand Master's USWA
Restricted Production.
1st Fred Eck
IMCO Collegiate
1st Charlie Bunell
2nd John E. Passant IV
3rd JeffRanik
IMCO Women's
1st Jayne Fenner
2nd Beth Powell
3rd Elen Baisley
IMCO Men's Lightweight
1st John E. Passant IV
2nd Dan Kerckhoff
3rd Jean Fandoux
IMCO Men's Mediumweight
1st Kevin Moore
2nd Richard Robarts
3rd JeffRannik
IMCO Men's Heavyweight
Ist Charlie Burrell
2nd Kevin Collins
3rd Clinton Neuman

IMCO Grand Master's
1st Maggie Taylor
"B" Fleet
1st Paul Brous
2nd Jimmy Abrams
3rd Steve Auer


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Southern California
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By M.G. SWIFT
Three hundred sailboats are expected by the Miami
Yacht Club to start the 1991 Miami-Key Largo Race in
April. The 36th annual regatta is sanctioned as a long-
distance sailing event by the Florida Sailing
Association, open to all sailing yachts 14 feet or over.
"All sailboats multihull, monohull, cruising and
class boats are welcome to participate," said a race
organizer with the yacht club.
The 45-mile race will begin with a single start at 8
a.m. Saturday, April 20. The boats will start on the
south side of Miami's Rickenbacker Causeway and
finish at the entrance to Jewfish Creek in Key Largo,
race officials reported.
"Three-of-a-kind yachts will constitute a class,"
the officials said; "however, in keeping with the spirit
of the 'free-for-all, anything goes' tradition of the race,
class rule will not be in effect. All boats are welcome to
use the extra rigs, sails, crew, etc., to go faster. This is
the race to experiment with your wildest ideas,"
concluded a spokesman for the race which first sailed
in 1956.
A cocktail party and a cash bar will be held at the
Miami Yacht Club at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 18.
Skipper packets will be available at the party.
The Trophy Presentation Party will also be held at
the clubhouse on Watson Island at 7 p.m., April 27,
the Saturday following the race.
Miami-Key Largo Race application forms are
available at the Waterfront News office or the Miami
Yacht Club, 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami,
Florida 33132. Race officials can be contacted by
calling the club at 305-377-9877.



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Race to the

reef in April
Yachting enthusiasts are invited to participate in the
Third Annual Yachtsman's Race to the Reef benefiting
the American Lung Association, April 12-14, 1991.
The 50-nautical-mile ocean sailing race and motor
yacht tour, and weekend of festivities begins with a
Skippers' Meeting and Kickoff Party at 6:30 p.m. on
Thursday, April 11 at Bahia Mar in Fort Lauderdale.
The race ends at Ocean Reef Yacht Club on Key Largo
where participants and guests join in a Pirates' Night
Awards Luau complete with a pig roast and steel drum
band.
The sailing race will start Friday, April 12 at 7:00
a.m. just south of the Port Everglades Inlet and will
end at Whistle Buoy #4 off Key Largo. Three race
classes are planned: PHRF, ARC and Cruising Class.
Power vessels will form a flotilla south of the Port
Everglades Inlet at noon the same day to travel to
Ocean Reef.
Saturday's activities include a Race to the Reef
favorite, the comical golf cart obstacle race, volleyball
and tennis at the Ocean Reef Club.
The entry fee of $150 per boat will benefit the
American Lung Association. Social tickets available
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festivities including the Kickoff Party and Pirates'
Night Awards Luau.
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receive special Race to the Reef T-shirts and burgees.
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed


1 Eastern Standard Time 2 3
AP R Boating Skills & Seamanship, *Boating Classes, United States Coast *Fly Fishing, gr
United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, 6-week Guard Auxiliary. Call 437-0936. West Palm Beach I
course, 7:30 p.m., Dania. Call 922-7786. .Bass Fishing School, 7-week course, 7- 6780.
SAP RI -Intracoastal Seine Net Fishing, 3 9 p.m., T.Y. Park, Hollywood. Call 985- -Loggerhead Sea
p.m., Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Boca 1980. video, 10 a.m.,
Raton. Call 338-1473. -Marine Council meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., Center, Boca Raton.
SWater Aerobics Classes, Pier 66, Fort call for Dade location 856-0206. .Palm Beach Sa
Lauderdale, 7 and 9 a.m. Call 525-6666. -Miami Waterfront Advisory Board, meeting, 747-6689.
SLifeguard Training Class, Deerfield, 6 p.m., Miami City Hall, Coconut Grove, .South Florida ]
3:30 p.m. Call 360-1344. call 579-6950. 7:30 p.m., Howard
Beach. Call 923-150
In the TideTables in blue NOTE: the times 2' +2.2' +2.
re military and the tide heights are In Feet above or be- High +2.2' +2.3' +2.1' +.0534110
low "mean low tide". Figure above the time Indlcatesa I Tie 0415.0954.1629.2229 0454.10321705.2309 0534110
hhtide whereas a flaurej w Is a low tide. 00' -0 3' +0.1' -0.2' +0.3'
7 Daylight Saving Time Begins 8 9 10
*Last quarter Hillsboro Inlet Improvement & *Boating Classes, Coral Ridge Power .Boating Class, C
*Daylight Savings Maintenance District, meets 7 p.m., Squadron. Call 491-0012, United States Miami. Call 235-84
*Paradise Race Challenge, 1/2 mile Hillsboro Beach City Hall, call 764-1426. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Boca .Navy League o
swim, 4-mile run, 7 a.m., Hollywood North .Cat Cay Championship, Bahamas, Raton. Call (407) 391-3600. board meeting. Call
Beach Park. Call 926-2444. through April 12. Call 920-7877 or 923- .Palm Beach Sailing Club, meets 6:30 .Ft Lauderdale
*Gulfsteam Sailing Club/Hillsboro 8022. p.m., North Palm Beach Country Club. Call Plan meeting, 7 p.i
Inlet Sailing Club Invitational. Call .Miami Sierra Club, meets 7:30 p.m. 746-4648. or 761-5000.
987-2652. Call 895-0787. .Gulfstream Sailing Club, meets 8 Coral Ridge Pou
*Palm Beach Sailing Club, two races. .Sailboat Bend Civic Assoc. meets, p.m., Riverside Hotel, Ft Lauderdale. Call meeting. Call 561-
Call 746-9074. 7:30 p.m., Wright Bldg., School Board 987-2652. -Miami River Di
*Riverside Park, Civic Assoc., 4 p.m., Campus, FtLauderdale. -Stuart Sailing Club, meets 7 p.m., a.m., Miami River ]
Riverside Park Pavilion, Ft Lauderdale. Mr. Laffs, Stuart. Call 334-2243.

High +1.7' +1.5' +1.7' +1.6' +1.8' +1.7' +1.
Time 0325-0957.1535-2215 0426*1059.1643.2318 0522-1156-1743 0017*061
Low +0.7' +0.5' +0.7' +0.5' +0.5' +0.4'
14 15 16 17
*New Moon .Basic Sailing Class, Walter Young .Safe Boating Course, Coral Ridge .Moon in Perige
*Beach Jazz, Richard Brookens Group, School, Pembroke Pines. Call 437-0503 Power Squadron, 7 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. .Boating Class,
Hollywood North Beach Park, 10 a.m. Call after 2 p.m. Call 491-0012 or 565-7927. Palm Beach Power
926-2444. -Walker's Cay Billfish Tournament, -Coastal Navigation Course, Walter 626-2815 or 744-29
*Lap Swimming, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every Abaco, Bahamas. Call 359-1400. Young School, Pembroke Pines, 6:30 p.m. 'Celestial Navig&
day, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 .Water Aerobics Class, Pier 66, Fort Call 437-0503. Young School, Pen
Seabreeze, Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. Lauderdale, 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Call 525- .CAT 44 Club, 7:30 p.m., Pierce Street 0503.
*Adult Water Aerobics, 9-10 a.m.,* 6666. Annex, Ft Lauderdale. Call 755-3965 -.-South Florida,
every day, Swimming Hall Fame Pool, Fort Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call .OPBRA general meeting, 8 p.m., meets 7:30 p.m., PT
Lauderdale, 523-0994. 761-5363. Apache Landings, 3025 NE 188 St., Miami, Floor, 1 Ocean Dr
*Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call call 895-5493 (Dade) or925-3646 (Broward) 754-8971.
761-5363.

High +2.4' +2.6' +2.4' +2.7' +2.5' +2.7'
Time 0322.0904.1538.2137 0405.0945.1620.2222 0451.1028-1705-2310 0538-1
Low 0.0' -0.4' -0.1' -0.5' -0.1' -0.5' 0.0'
21 22 23 24
*First quarter .Boating Class, United States Coast Florida Marine Aquarium Society, -Basic Boating
*Miami River Boat Tour, historical Guard Auxiliary, Fort Lauderdale, 8-10 p.m. 7:30 p.m., Musum of Science, Miami. Power Squadron,
tour with Dr. Paul George, 11 a.m. to 2 Call 565-6415. Cal 666-2226. 361-5808.
p.m. Call 375-1625. -Gulfstream Sailing Club, North South Middle River Civic Assoc., -West Palm I
*Palm Beach Sailing Club, two races. Smart Course, Riverside Hotel, Fort call for time & location 763-1010 or 467- ,meets 7 p.m., :
Call 746-9074. Lauderdale. Call 764-8778. 2458. WPB, call 407-832
*Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North .Aerobic Water Class, Pier 66, Fort -Miami River 1V
Beach Park. Call 926-2444. Lauderdale, 7 and 9 a.m.. Call 525-6666. a.m., City Club c
*Penny Turtle Billfish Balt, Marsh .Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Center. 285-1864.
Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas. 761-5363. -Miami Shell
*Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Rosensteil School;
761-5363. 5190

High +2.2' +2.0' +2.1' +2.1' +2.1' +2.1' I +2.
Time 0258.0933.1521.2202 0406.1042.1635.2313 0512-1148-1744 0017.061
Low +0.3' +0.1' +0.3' +0.2' +0.2' I +0.2'
28 29 30
'Full Moon .Lap Swimming, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every -Public Education Class, United States
'Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, Spring day, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Coast Guard Auxiliary, Hillsboro. Call 975-
series race. Call 941-4030. Seabreeze, Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. 7254.
SChampionship rBillfish -Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call .Basic Boating Course, Cutler Cove
Tournament, through May 3, Bimini Big 761-5363. Power Squadron, 7 p.m., Miami. Call 238-
Game Fishing Club. Call (809) 437-2391. 1613.
'Sunday Jazz, Richard-Brookens Group,
Hollywood North Beach Park., 10 a.m.-l 1da Swimming Hall of Fame Po, 500
day, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500
p.m. Call 926-2444. Seabreeze, Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994.
*History Walking Tour, Dr. Paul 'Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call
George, Buena Vista, 11 a.m, meeting at the 761-5363.
comer of 2nd Ave. & NE 39th St.

High +2.3' +2.5' +2.2' +2.4' +2.2' +2.3' High
Time 0332.0909.1543.2146 0411.0946.1620.2223 0448.1023*1657.2302 Time|
Low +0.1' -0.3' +0.2' -0.2' > +0.2' -0.1' Low






Calendar & Tide Tables April 1991 Waterfront News 13

nesday Thursday Friday Saturday

4 5 6
Sm 7 p St Peterswrg Sprixg Boat 8kov, *Mooi fartlest souti of .Flagging of the Old Island Armada,
oup meeting 7 p.m. t k April. E. CE Y utor Key West, Call 294-9501.
fishingg Club. Call 832- Bsi. Cli 764-?642. IMoo i APogee Water Tours of New River, Fort
T "*"eef Rtscle Day," Aii rat~si r eni t -Fort Pierce Boat SZow & Seafool Lauderdale Historical Society, 10 a.m. Call
jTurtle, lecture and F. ,- ,.r, thiug Apl Frestival, t'ro-g Aptil 7. Call (ff00) 330- 463-4431.
jumbo Limbo Naute (i C .945.;.4.. ga 9294. -Benefit Bass Fishing Tournament,
Caal (407) 3 Boat Law, 10- 'k core' 'Beak Blatket Btay,- Fort La..hrdh Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek. Call 968-
'ling Club, skippers p.m., CcB. GALls. C-ll 448-1639. Ba- h, 8 p.m. C1l 523-4o603. 3880.
Hollyvoo Hortnk Betk Coacert, 5- -Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
)ivers Scuba Club, *Sailing Singles Social, meets 6 p.m., p.. 'Cai26- 244. .Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
Johnsons, Hollywood Embassy Suites Hotel, Ft Laud, call 565- .Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
5.075 regatta. Call 566-2489 .
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11 12 13
cast Guard Auxiliary, .MIASF Dinner Meeting, 7 p.m., for *Moon on Equator -Seafood Festival, Bubier Park, Fort
28, locationcall 491-7016. Greater Miami Billfish Lauderdale, 11 a.m. Call 463-4431.
' the United States, *Surf Club, meets Ramada Inn, Pompano, Tournament, through April 14. Call 361- *Fort Lauderdale Jaycees Beach
785-3151 or 785-108'. 564-0202. 5592. Cleanup, Fort Lauderdale 7:30-11 a.m.
Waterways Master *Fort Lauderdale Boat Club, meets 8 -Week of the Ocean Yachtsman's Call 791-0202.
i., City Hall, 761-5423 p.m., call 431-7239. Race to the Reef, south of Port -Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
-Lighthouse Point Yacht Club, meets Everglades Inlet to Key Largo, 7 a.m. Call Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
er Squadron, general 7:30 p.m., 942-7244. 524-4657 by April 5. *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
093. .DIGA Dive Club, meets 8:15 p.m., .Adult & Jr Sailing Instruction, 3-6 race. Call761-8393.
vision meeting, 7:45 235-5069. p.m., every Friday. Call St Lucie Sailing *15th Annual Plant Affair, War
an, 443-1967. *Mini-12 sailing races, Sunset Lake, Ft Club 407-2243. Memorial, Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m. Call
Lauderdale, call 761-7656. 761-5388.
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18 19 20
*Moon farthest north of the equator *Dania Marine Flea Market, through .Miami to Key Largo Sailing
-ower and sailboats, Greater Fort Lauderdale April 21, Dania Jai Alai. Call 920-7877. Regatta, Miami Yacht Club, 8 a.m.. Call
quadron,7-10p.m.Call Boardsailing Assoc., meets at the .Canoe Trip Down Peace River, 377-9877.
)4. Riverside Hotel, 7:30 p.m. Call 525-7037. Arcadia, Florida., leave from the Gumbo .24th Annual Antigua Sailing
tion.. Class, Walter *Abacos Cruising Seminar, Limbo Nautre Center, Boca Raton. Call Week. Call 381-6762.
broke Pines. Call 437- Gulfstream Sailing Club, 7 p.m. Fort (407) 338-1473. .Fly Casting Clinic, West Palm Beach
Lauderdale. Call 563-2151. -Palm Beach Weekend Cruise, Fishing Club, 10 a.m., Lake Catherine. Call
loaxdsailing Assoc., .Hilsboro Inlet .Sailing Club, meets Williams Island Yacht Club, Palm Harbour (407) 832-6780.
nrod's Beach Club, 3rd 7:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Marina. Call 935-1154. Shipcrafters Radio-controlled
, South Miami Beach, Club. .Downtown Festival of the Arts, Model Ship & Boat Show, C.B.
SPort Everglades Authority, meets 10 Bubier Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call 761- Smith Park, Pembroke Pines, 8 a.m. Call
a.m., Port Commission chambers, 5388. 437-2650.
administration building 523-3404 i
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Class, Everglades -Moon on equator .Fort Lauderdale Billfish 'Annual Small "Boat Tournament,
7:30 p.m., Miami. Call -School Marine Fair, Galleria Mall, Tournament, through April 28. Call 563- West Palm Beach Fishing Club, through,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 462-5573. 0385. tomarow. Call (407) 832-6780.
each Fishing Club -Marine Council Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., -Spring Conference, Florida Marine *Gulfstream Sailing Club, Sunfish
St. & N. Flagler Dr. 147 Miracle Mile; Coral .Gables. 856-0206. Science Education Association, through North Lake race. Call 761-8393.
-6780. *Abacos Cruising Seminar, 7 p.m., April 28, Key Largo. Call 344-2372 or 360- 'Seashore Cinemas, Hollywood North
marine Group, meets 8 Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call 563-2151. 9953. Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444.
f Miami, SE Financial "Port Everglades Propeller Club, 7 -Navy League of the U.S., Pompano -Stargazing, Fox Astronomical .
p.m., call for location 523-1212. Beach Gold Coast chapter. Call 785-3151. Observatory, Markham Park. Call 475-3881.
Club, 7:30 p.m., .DIGA Dive Club, meets 8:15 p.m., 235- -Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6- -Courtesy Marine Examinations in:
Virginia Key. Call 726- 5069 9 p.m. Call 926-2444. Boca Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421-
7054, Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano
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By HANK JONES
Part II
Not all complaints merit action- gelco crazing, for
example, is not a safety problem. Steering failures,
however, are considered serious. there is special
danger from fuel tank installations, and/or fire.
When investigating complaints, however, USCG
Inspector David Churchill often finds that someone
other than the manufacturer has made changes in the
system.
"About 75 reasonably serious complaints arrive at
the Miami office each year. Again most of the major
manufacturers build a good boat, so it's the smaller
builder producing from 100 to 1,000 boats a year
without engineering and quality-control operations
where defects are found," Churchill said.
"Most of the problems could be prevented. All a
builder has to do is come to me for help in advance -
and they all know they can do this. I help if they
simply ask, and most builders do use the help."
Hull failures constitute most of the valid
complaints that come to Churchill's office and a lot
of times complaints reach the Coast Guard only after
the dealer and manufacturers have failed to respond to
the unhappy boat owner.
"Generally we find that faulty hulls are the result
of materials. We find a lack of material a quarter-inch
instead of a half-inch. Poor workmanship can produce
a bad layup of fiberglass," Churchill said.
"Costs usually are the builder's motivation."
Complaints about poor laminating are not
unommon, but there are few complaints about through-
hull fittings.
"The average small manufacturer today is simply
an assembler, someone who buys parts and lays up
hulls. Some smaller manufacturers even buy hulls. A
little builder who has a mold may build for several
people who put different names on the boats."
A significant number of complaints come from a
dealer's failure to match hull and trailer properly, with
the result that the boat suffers.
"When a boat is improperly aligned on a trailer it
can bounce around until the back of the boat is
broken," Churchill said.
"A lot of owners run the boat aground, then feel
there is a problem with the hull. When this happens
even a glass boat will open up. It's not a product]
problem, it's a misuse of the product."


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Investigation of fuel tank problems usually revolve
around materials or workmanship, seldom the tank
itself.
Cleat complaints as often as not result in the owner
being advised that cleats are for mooring, not towing,
pointed out Churchill, a former boat builder who also
served in the U.S. Navy.
Sailboats usually produce problems with the hull,
and seldom focus on the rigging.
Most builders welcome Churchill's arrival at a
plant with his checklist. Many manufacturers who
want to produce a safe product will admit to
welcoming Churchill's arrival, complete with his
inevitable checklist.
Every manufacturer who registers with the Coast
Guard is added to a mailing list, and the manufacturer
is kept up to date on regulations through mailings.
Corrections of violations may take a number of
routes. It's a matter of compliance, but a builder can
reach compliance by any method.
"Many- smaller manufacturers request inspections
to determine if they are in compliance, especially with
respect to fuel, electrical and ventilation systems,"
Churchill said.
A typical inspection can last from two to four
hours. There is a question-and-answer session in the
office, as well as a plant tour.


The Manual of Manufacturing Standards for
Recreational Boats is complete, detailed, and illustrated
to make compliance a simple one, two, three matter of
following instructions. There are question and answer
forms to be completed to insurance compliance.
Regulations and packages of notices updating
procedures and requirements are mailed to boat
builders regularly.
For example, under the Level Flotation
Compliance Guideline alone there are 140 pages of
information with a 12-page appendix. Included are:
introduction, reference, summary, calculations,
applications (flotation material requirements), materials
(flotation materials), installation, testing and test
procedures, quality control, forms and an index.
Information is so specific and detailed that data
sheets provide formulae so that mathematic
calculations simply need be carried out and entered on
the appropriate sheets.
Even test-procedure photographs are required in
some instances.
Guidelines for manufacturers even produce
information on businesses that supply tools or
equipment required to process materials under the
rules.
Each boat built, for example, must carry a capacity
label, and nine manufacturers of labels are listed in the
manufacturing standards guide.'
Churchill is quick to point out that the manual
merely sets standards with which design and
construction criteria must comply it is neither a
design reference work nor a construction handbook.
When standards call for a watertight bulkhead the
manufacturer must design and build a bulkhead that is
watertight and constructed to safety standards.
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rounds, could be yours. He and his associates deserve
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Cruising April 1991 Waterfront News 15


Alain Gautier, spectacular BOC third-stage winner


PUNTA DEL ESTE, March 20 The winner of
The BOC Challenge' 1990-91 could be back in
Newport on April 28.
That would be 28 days after the start from Punta
del Este of the final, 6,000-mile stage of the 27,000-
mile voyage that began on September 15.
The favorite will be the Frenchman Alain Gautier,
28, who will start with a lead of some twenty-one-and-
a-half hours over Christophe Auguin, another
Frenchman.
The restart from Punta del Este, in the River Plate
Estuary, is at noon on March 30.
Gaurier's Generali Concorde was first across the
finish lines in Cape Town and Punta.
Alain set a record for the first stage but was
relegated to fourth in the standings due to a penalty
imposed before the start.
He had failed to have Generali Concorde in
Newport on schedule for scrutineering.
Alain was third in Sydney and his time to Punta
del Este, Uruguay, will stand as a record because it is
the first time The BOC has stopped in Uruguay.


Accumulative
Standings


Newport- Cape: Town- Sydney-
Cape Town Sydncey Punta


Gen. Concorde 38-03-42-39*(4) 27-03-55-14(3) 31-03-21-14(1)
AlainOautier 65-07-37-53(3) 96-10-59-07(1)
Group Sceta 37-18-00-29(1) 27-00-45-02(2) 32-13-39-42(2)
Christophe Auguin 64-18-5-31(2) 97-08-25-13(2)
Duracell 39-11-41-40(5) 29-22-36-33+(6) 33-08-53-54(4)
MikePlant 69-10-18-13(5) 102-19-12-07(3)
Credit Agri. IV 37-21-11-45(3) 29-15-32-08(4) 35-10-31-11(10)
Philippe Jeantot 67-12:43-53(4) 102-23-15-04(4)
Jarkan Yacht Bldrs 39-16-05-32(6) 30-03-31-03(7) 35-07-27-48(9)
Kanga Birtles 69-19-36-35(6) 105-03-04-23(5)
Innkeeper 44-07-29-57(9) 29-16-18-52(5) 33-02-23-41(3)
David Adams 73-23-48-49(8) 107-02-12-30(6)
Ecureul P.C. 41-04-37-13(7) 32-15-50-31(11) 35-05-17-07(6)
IsabelleAutissier 73-20-27-44(7) 109-01-44-51(7)
Grinaker 44-06-19-25(8) 30-08-34-47(9) 35-04-10-24(5)
BerdieReed 74-14-54-12(9) 109-19-04-36(8)
BBV Expo'92 44-15-32-13(11) 30-04-31-26(8) 35-06-07-42(7)
Jose de Ugarte 74-20-03-39(10) 110-02-11-21(9)
Sevant IV 44-15-44-07(12) 30-12-02-13(10) 35-15-32-11(11)
Yves Dupasquler 75-03-46-20(11) 110-19-18-31(10)
Buttercup # 46-01-20-47(14) 34-16-07-31(13) 39-07-27-22(13)
DonMcIntyre 80-17-28-18(12) 120-00-55-40(11)
New Spirit/Ipswich 48-10-58-50(15) 33-13-52-44(12) 41-07-5248(14)
Josh Hall 82-00-51-34(13) 123-08-44-22(12)
ProjectCity Kids 45-14-56-44(13) 38-14-35-18(14) 39-04-59-25(12)
JackBoyce 84-05-32-02(14) 123-10-31-27(13)
AlbaRegia 44-15-19-07(10) 53-00-00-26(19) 35-07-10-36(8)
Nando Fa 97-15-19-33(16) 132-22-30-09(14)
Volcano 56-10-34-27(18) 39-06-49-20(15) 41-10-04-52(15)
Paul Thackaberry 95-17-23-47(15) 137-03-28-39(15)
GlobalExposure, 57-09-40-44(19) 41-02-51-25(16) 43-07-55-26(16)
Robin Davie 98-12-32-09(17) 141-20-27-35(16)
Still to finish:
Shutendohi 63-19-20-07(20) 43-13-04-53(17)
MinoruSalto 107-08-25-0(18)
Sebago 54-21-409(17) 67-08-53-37(20)
Hal Roth 122-06-3-46(20)
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Marine flea market expands for '91


DANIA Recognized as one of the largest events
of its type in the world, the Marine Flea Market will
feature even more sales areas and a multitude of new
sellers when it returns to Dania Jai-Alai on April 19th,
20th and 21st for the 13th consecutive year, according
to organizer Al Behrendt. The Jai-Alai parking lot is
transformed into the world's largest nautical swap
shop attracting sellers and buyers from around the
country and across the Caribbean. "For sellers, it's the
ideal place to liquidate those marine items that have
accumulated as a result of model changes, over-
ordering, trade-ins, obsolescence or minor damage,"
said Behrendt. For boat owners and anyone with an
interest in things nautical, it's a bargain hunter's dream-
come-true."
"In its thirteen year history, the Marine Flea
Market has never had more value to the marine
industry than it will this year," said Al Behrendt,
originator of the annual three-day event. "In today's
economy, marine companies can ill afford to carry
obsolete or excess material inventory from one model
year to the next; yet, model year change-overs,
optimistic volume ordering and items returned for
minor damage all translate into a material inventory
that cannot be sold through normal channels. The
Dania Marine Flea Market has, since 1979, provided
the ideal vehicle for bringing buyer and seller together
in an atmosphere of friendly, collective bargaining."
This outstanding example of the free enterprise
system has established the Marine Flea Market as the
premier event of its type anywhere in the world.
Marine eq uipment, used boats, fishing gear and other
boating related items are bought and sold through a
system of dickering and dealing. Last year's Marine
Flea Market reached record proportions with buyers
occupying more than 560 booths. This year, the
number of sales booths has been expanded in an
attempt to accommodate the waiting list of sellers,
reported Behrendt.
"All concession areas are spacious and provide
tables and chairs to allow everyone the opportunity to
browse through the nearly ten acres of sales booths in
a relaxed and casual atmosphere," he said.
Boat owners love a good deal and the Marine Flea
Market sellers enjoy turning their unwanted marine
items into cash. The Flea Market allows boat and
accessory manufacturers the opportunity to liquidate
large quantities of teak, upholstery, instruments and
accessories that they would not be able to sell through
normal channels and at low prices!
Groups of private individuals and boat clubs rent
space to sell the "nautical treasures" found while
cleaning our garages and dock boxes of accumulated
boat parts and fishing tackle.
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hiring of a "river coordinator," who will act as a
liaison between government agencies and the MRMG
members. The Group also plans to hire an
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practices and pollution control plans for all members.
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tugboat operators and drydock facilities, along with
related businesses who have joined together to keep the
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Commerce April 1991 Waterfront News 17


Manatees & Marine-industry lobbyists on collision course


TALLAHASSEE Marine-industry lobbyists and
manatee advocates once again appear to be on a
collision course over the state's policy on marina
development and expansion.
The dispute surfaced in January because the state
is considering making its current policy a formal rule,
which requires public feedback. Both sides seized the
day.
.Proponents for the gentle and endangered marine
mammal are calling for a halt to the construction and
expansion of marinas in 13 key counties, at least for
the time being. They say a moratorium is needed
because of lax enforcement of manatee-protection
measures at new and expanded marinas.
But the state's $3.5 billion marine industry has
countered with a proposed rule that would make it
easier to build and expand marinas. Industry
representatives say the state's current policy borders
on the Draconian, handcuffs the state's third-biggest
industry and has little to do with helping manatees.
The policy was adopted by former Gov. Bob
Martinez and the cabinet in October 1989. It restricts
marina development and expansion in 13 manatee-
populated counties. Only one powerboat slip for every
100 feet of shoreline is allowed at marinas with more
than five slips.
The restriction is rescinded after each county
passes a state-approved manatee-protection and
manatee-siting plan. It doesn't apply to marina
applications submitted before October 1989.
So far, neither proposal is playing well with the
state Department of Natural Resources. Agency
officials say they must straddle a thin line to balance
environmental interests with economic interests.
Pam McVety, DNR's director of marine resources,
and Pat Rose, manatee coordinator, say marine
industry lobbyists exaggerate the economic ripple
effect of the 1-to-100 policy. However, neither rule
out the possibility that the policy could be loosened.
While both think marina compliance issue is a
serious problem, they say a moratorium may be too
harsh.-
Sometime in the next six weeks, the two sides will
meet in a, workshop. After that, the proposed rule -
whatever it is will be subject to public comment at a
series of hearings around the state before returning to
Gov. Lawton Chiles and the cabinet for a vote.
"We never fought the idea of protecting the
rascals," said Wade Hopping, a Tallahassee lobbyist
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blanket protection. What does the number of boat
slips have to do with protecting manatees?"
More than anything, Hopping argues, the policy is
a thinly veiled gambit to block construction of new
marinas "under the guise of protection of manatees."
He likens it to reducing the number of traffic
accidents by getting rid of parking spaces.
He sent his suggested rule to kill the 1-to-100
policy to DNR in February. Under his proposal, DNR
would review any new marina construction or
expansion involving more than five slips to make sure
it would not harm manatees. But there would be no
limit on the number of slips.
The argument for restricting the number of slips to
help Florida's manatees goes like this: marinas make it
easier for more powerboats to be in the water and boat
collisions are the biggest threat to manatees among
human-caused deaths.
Also, marinas can spoil the environment, which
can hurt manatees and other wildlife.
In her call for a moratorium, made in a letter to
DNR last month, Judith Delaney Vallee, executive
director of the Save The Manatee Club, said there is a
direct correlation between the number of boats and the
number of manatee deaths from boats.
When there are only 1,500 manatees remaining in
Florida, a loss of even a few dozen to collisions is

significant, Vallee said.
She also argues that state and federal officials are
not enforcing manatee protection measures at marinas
because the system is overloaded.
State and federal wildlife officials agree they don't
really know whether marinas are complying because
they don't have time or staff to check.
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18 Waterfront News April 1991 Habitat


Marine algae bloom goes radical
By ROSEMARY SULLIVANT
Scientists studying coccolithophores microscopic
marine algae which take carbon from the atmosphere
and send it as harmless sediment to the ocean floor -
were surprised by what they saw last year in the Gulf
of Maine. The annual bloom of coccolithophores in
1990 differed radically from those in 1989, 1988, and
previous years. Now researchers have more questions
than ever about these tiny organisms which play an
important role in the global carbon cycle.
Coccolithophores are round, single-celled
organisms about 7-8 microns across. Each one is
covered with 10-20 disks of pure white calcium
carbonate, which it sheds periodically. No one knows
why coccolithophores produce these disks of calcium
carbonate, how many they produce, or how quickly.
What is known is that coccolithophores may be the
means by which large amounts of atmospheric carbon
is transferred to the bottom of the oceans. This amount
is impossible to measure, however, without knowing
much more about the basic biology of the organisms.
When the algae blooms, the white disks turn the
water a milky white. They also create areas of high
reflectivity, which are visible on satellite images. It
was satellite images from the late 1970s and early
1980s which first indicated the magnitude of these
blooms. Scientists now use satellite images to monitor
and locate blooms.
"The Gulf of Maine is one of the few areas of the
world where coccolithophores have been studied
intensively," says William Balch, professor of marine
biology at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School
of Marine and Atmospheric Science. 'Typically there
is a large-scale bloom in June and July that covers
about 50,000 square kilometers. But last year we
estimate that the bloom covered only 2,000 to 4,000
square kilometers."
What was even more surprising was the location of
the 1990 bloom. Instead of growing in the nutrient-
poor surface waters above deep, stratified areas of the
Gulf as they had in previous years, in 1990
coccolithophores bloomed in the relatively shallow,
well-mixed waters of the Georges Bank.
"We had assumed that coccolithophores were
likely to grow in surface waters where other plants had
previously used most of the available nutrients and a
density boundary prevented nutrients from moving up
from deeper waters," says Balch. "But last year, we
found coccolithophores growing in a mixed
environment clearly competing with other algae."
Balch was also surprised by the results of his
laboratory studies in which he found that cultures of
coccolithophores were limited in growth not by the
amount of nitrogen available to them, which is usually
the case, but by the amount of carbon. "We're not
used to thinking of carbon limited growth in the
ocean," says Balch, who is continuing to explore this
possibility. He is also working on studies of the
reproductive cycle of coccolithophores, about which
little is known. "We can't understand the population
dynamics of these organisms without understanding
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April 27.
The purpose of the festival Sea-son is to create an
awareness in each of us of the connections between us
and the ocean.
"Just for a moment, contemplate how much of art,
music and literature have been influenced by the sea,"
SHancock suggests. "Spend a day sailing, surfing,
boating, sunning or swimming. Curl up with the
classic Moby Dick. Write to your congressman about
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improve the quality of the water around you."
For a festival schedule mail a #10 stamped, self-
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available.
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Habitat. April 1991 Waterfront News 19


"Reef Rescue Days" set in Miami April 4 to April 7


MIAMI For the second consecutive year, a three-
day fundraising even for reef conservation will be held
April 4th through April 7th at a Miami dive shop. Last
year's very successful event generated $2600 to
benefit Project ReefKeeper, the affiliate of the
American Littoral Society exclusively dedicated to the
protection of coral reefs.
This year's Reef Rescue Days extravaganza will
include a dive gear auction, dive travel raffle, reef
cleanup dives, a dockside barbecue, seminars on
conservation and equipment, and door prizes.
Reef Rescue Days kicks off at 4 p.m. Friday,
April 5th, with an in-store punch party where divers
will be able to meet and talk with Project ReefKeeper
Conservation Associates. Seminars, slide shows and
door prize giveaways will be held throughout
Saturday, April 6th at Urge 2 Dive Center in Miami.
The dive gear auction will get undetwayat 5 p.m.
on Saturday, April 6th. Auction items will include
equipment donated by major manufacturers.
Dive boat services donated for the Sunday, April.
7th morning reef cleanup will operate from Sunset
Marina in Miami Beach aboard Starship Enterprise.
Participating divers will be treated to a dockside
barbecue upon their return from thetrip.
All proceeds from the dive gear auction, raffle and
reef cleanup fee charter fees will be donated to Project
ReefKeeper.
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Delray sea turtle studies
By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Studies completed by a researcher at the University
of Florida's Center for Sea Turtle Research concluded
that whether the street lights are on or off along State
Road A1A at Delray Beach has little effect on turtle
misorientation there.
Delray's beach lights were turned off last year
during turtle nesting season because they were thought
to be the main cause of hatchling deaths from
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Call 895-6872
STUDIO APT- Riverland Rd area on water
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MARTHA's VINEYARD- Harbor Mooring:
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Hot tub, parking, canoe & bike paths.
Quiet in-town location. Walk to harbor.
Call 813-283-3486/508-693-1718.
WAREHOUSE SPACE- a/c office 2000 sq ft.
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523-2794
RIO VISTA- waterfront 1-bed, un-furn,
pool adults $435 Call 525-4983.
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cable phone pool laundry 523-2156
YACHT DOCKAGE & MAINTENANCE SERVICE
ideal for absentee owners 587-8984
DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light,
locked fence, good security. Lovely spot.
No live-aboards 587-8451 or 749-3288
80' & 60' dock avail. W/Ameneties. $10/ft
per month. Call 305-781-1461 or phone
603-898-1594.
DOCK SPACE- any size, any location;
we will meet your needs.
Call us first at 463-2086 leave message
DOCK FOR RENT- deep water, no fixed
bridges. Elec/water, phone & cable.
Beautiful surroundings: heated pool, BBQ
areas. Temporary & annual available.
Tele 527-0026
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-
evil $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.
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
ON NEW RIVER- no fixed bridges. Water &
Electric included. Cable and phone available.
Pool privileges.
Call Riverside Hotel 305-467-0671.
LHP to 32'. $4/ft. Call 782-0496


EXTRA WIDE SLIP- 196 Hendricks Isle
up to 17' beam; also, up to 14' beam.
Call 89IF-R672


i= sE PT.- near Inlet, 90' dock,
water & elec no Ivbds. 941-4044 eyes


RIVERLAND- hurricane safe, deep water,
fence, w/e, 60 ft, sail/power, no fixed
bridges. Private. No Ivbds. Call 584-9218.
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


BOAT SLIP 124 Hendricks Isle. Up to 53'.
Shower, laundry and B.B.Q.
allI 770-113.4 or r52-8099


LIVE-ABOARD yacht or houseboat NMBCH
private island 900' from ocean. Up to 70'.
Water/elec/parking. $500 monthly, incl util.
References required. Call 940-3840.
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
RIVERLAND- up to 90', deepwater, wide
canal. 50 amps. call 462-5770.
POMPANO dock space $85/month,
water/electric. Call 786-0958.
NEW MARINA- deepwater, power or sail.
No Ivbds 45' to 80'. Call 921-6551.
79 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater, Ivbds to
50'. shower/BBQ. Eves 763-1695.


DOCK FOR RENT- Hollywood canal.
elE c/water Fixed bridges Call 923- 1


POMP dock whips-water-adults*946-4272
HILLSBORO HBR- mins to Hlsbr Inlet.
Private OP/WTR WTR/ELEC. Ideal for
absentee owners. Np 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.


LAUD ISLES/NEW RIVER- no fxd brdgs,
r ofl aedi sailboat no Ivbds Ph 581-5 .


LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE Call 779-7211
*ample dockside parking close to
downtown no fixed bridges phone &
cable avail auiet shadv adult annual


DOCKAGE continued
Dock for rent- MIAMI SHORES area. Direct
to Biscayne Bay, security, private parking,
elec water Call 576-6545
LIGHTHOUSE POINT- no fixed bridges, 70'
dock with utilities, over 35' please, $7 per
foot. Call 428-7103.
Marina Dockage & shop space lowest rates,
any length. Call Sun Power 522-4776.
5-MINUTES TO PORT- sailboats only, water
& elec at dock. Boats show well, excellent
broker dock. Call Bob- 463-2533.
POMPANO DEEPWATER SLIP to 40', 1.2
mile to Hillsboro Inlet, water/electric

included. No Ivbds. Call 785-1096.
OFF NEW RIVER- near Summerfield's. Up to
40', water/elec. No live-aboards.
Call 779-3042 evenings
LAS OLAS- 60' dock, no fxd brdgs to ICW.
Water/electricity. Garden. Call 463-2040
or evenings 525-8236.
DOCK SPACE 40' Deepwater, Dania Cut-off.
$75 Call 987-1065
40'x12' SLIP monthly or annual lease.
Pompano Beach. 305-946-4744 for more
information available immediately.
DEEPWATER DOCK in Laud. Isles $150
month. No fixed brdgs. Call 584-9139
LAS OLAS area deepwater 36' max.
Utilities available Nol vbds 753-7523.
30' dock for rent POMPANO $175/mo, no
Ivbds. water/electric. Call 946-6596.
LIVE-ABOARD: New River North Fork. No
fixed bridges, secure yard. H20, elec,
ohone. cable Call 525-6642


70' d/w OCEAN ACCESS, no fxd brdg, elec
110-220v, water, no Ivbds, secure.
Call 587-2961. beeoer=760-2806.


TO 65' DEEP WATER no fixed bridges 60'
dock water & elec 565-2458
LIGHTHOUSE PT- near Inlet, 20' dock
water/elec no Ivbds Call 427-5403 eves.
LAS OLAS southside- up to 60', no Ivbds.
Water. electric. Call 523-8895.
LAUDERDALE HARBORS SE- Ivbd, pool, up
to 32' Call 525-4983
NEW RIVER- no wake zone, near River Bend,
catamarans ok, $250/mo to 45', $500/mo
to 80'. water/elec. Call 467-6064.
LIGHTHOUSE PT- no bridges, secure dock.
Utilities. 35' to 50' $6 per ft. 942-7553:
LAS OLAS ISLES- water, elec, no Ivbds. 5
draft. Call Mark 522-7795/566-1281
DEEP WATER 60' avail Reas 941-1698
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbds, shower, laundry,
BBQ, phone, cable TV. Call 763-9732.
Available May 1st.


60' DOCK LHP- 220, water, 1/4 mile to
ICW, no brdg. $200 non-lvbd.
n30-4A7-7448 Available immediately


SHOOTERS AREA, Oakland & A1A- deep
water wide canal, nfd to 45', wtr, elec,
very secure. Approx $175. Call 561-4277.


Wanted: used 12 volt REFRIGERATION unit
regardless of condition. Call 583-7215.
I WANT A WATERFRONT HOUSE. "Handyman
special" Must be distress-type sale.
Serious calls only Hunter 561-0460
WANTED marine alc, 4-5kw gen, SSB,
autopilot, watermaker, solar panels,
Treadmaster. radar. GPS. 920-7082 Hlwd
Situation wanted: Very experienced
professional seeks position as yacht chef,
steward or mate for local waters. Great
resume and refs. Peter Neville 866-4103





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AUTOPILOT NECO 692, 24v, with remote
control, newly factory overhauled $850.
DEPTH SOUNDER Copal in-dash type CI-60,
new $100. Call 462-8074.
TRAILER HOME 2/2. Nicely furn or unfurn,
2 patios, screened Ra rm. Trees. Lg fenced
yard. Giveaway at $6500. Call 792-6335.
PLASTIC DRUMS- 55 & 30 gal. $10 each.
Call 987-3093 evenings.
WANT TO SELL THAT MARINE ITEM YOU'VE
BEEN REPACKING FOR YEARS?
Just bring it to our "unique" mariner
consignment store. There is no other
marine store that is solely dedicated to
selling your equipment large or small.
NAUTICAL TRADING POST
779-0201
BOSTON GENOA- 2.5 oz Mylar great for
light wind-luff 34 le 32 foot 19 hanks-
window-le & ft lines. $200 or trade for ?
Call 305-570-9038 anytime.


8 Imported PADDLE BOARDS
ideal for sailboats & divers.
NSA WATER FILTERS at cost.
r.alI Aan-ia3l.


at cost $300


ENTERTAINMENT CENTER in Armoire.
turntable 25' TV AM/FM 4 spkrs
$450. 962-2428. Electrolysis machine,
new. still in box best offer.
ALCOHOL STOVE, Galley Maid, three-burner
w/oven, w/tank & hose, brown enamel
finish, $175. Ph 977-3934.




DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
DETROIT DIESEL MERCRUISER CUMMINS
* CATERPILLAR ATOMIC-4
WESTERBEKE YANMAR- new & used.
Sun Power Diesel. Call 522-4775 (Jay).
40 HP EVINRUDE ex cond $850. 779-3845


JOHNSON 8HP O/B- nearly new, $700.
Call 481-2301 day/427-9431 evening.


1980 9.9 JOHNSON OB long or short shaft.
Used 10 hrs in fresh water only, long shaft
lever, $700. Ph 942-6644




ONAN WESTERBEKE KOHLER
NORTHERN LIGHTS- new, used & rebuilt.
3 tol00KW. Trade-ins are welcome.
Sun Power Diesel. Call 522-4775 (Jay)
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
distributor Rich Beers Marine 764-6192
7.5KW ONAN generator $2000. 923-2000

IT PAYS........TO ADVERTISE'


IN THE... WATERFRONT NEWS
-CLASSIFIEDS 524-9450 ..


Many USED INFLATABLES to choose from.
Call for information 305-764-8470.
8'8" PLASTIC DINGHY- Bahamas style. Dbl
hull, full floatation. Weighs 80 Ibs.
Showroom cond. $375. Call 989-9423.




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
37' BAYLINER AVANTI, 39 hrs, a/c, gen.,
twin 440's eng. $75K. Call 524-3237.

Buying or selling, power or sail.
We're known for quality.
Call today.
River Bend Yacht Brokerage Inc.
1515 SW 20th Street, F Lauderdle, FL 33315
305/7284707




37' ISLANDER '76 loaded for cruising.
$39 000 Call 764-6192
PEARSON ENSIGN SLOOP- 23' fully found
Seaaull o/b Many xtras Call 462-2628.


MINI 12's & 2.4 Meter Boats-
in the water. New/used and broker boats.
Come racing. Call 761-7656


PETERSON 44'
Best cruising sailboat under $100K.
*Never chartered exc-cond 3rd owner.
*Sailed Bahamas, Caribbean, Maine.
*Hood Stoway main & custom features.
Owner offers ( $98K. Ph 305-564-2957.
26' SLOOP- fiberglass, 9.9 Johnson EL,
$4900 Call day/night 892-8502
SOVEREL SLOOP 30MK3 CB/keel sloop '89,
Yanmar Diesel, 4 sails, nice. Moving, must
sell, FAST, $17K-OBO. Ph 943-8768 eves.


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'
*3/2 $111,900 pool dock beach.
.2/2 $69,900 charming waterfront village
*1/1.5 $57,900 furn. marina view, nice.
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
LAS OLAS ISLES- Townhomes. Very
modern, pool, inclds deepwater boat slip.
$139K+. Investors rent guaranteed.
Open house 1-5 Call Darrell 524-1615
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
$142000 Call (305) 791-3628.


LIGHTHOUSE POINT- 2-bed, 2-bath, garage,
on deepwater. 1/4 mile to Inlet, 1 block to
tennis. Lake Placid area.
Call 305-782-5328.


REAL ESTATE continued
POMPANO 133' on water 3/3, pool, in-law
apt, dock. Harbor Village Properties,
realtor 943-8880 / evenings 946-5924.
POINT LOT PERFECTION
Great 3/3 house; tri-level, open, airy one
bedroom has sep entrance. Room for 4
boats at T-docks on 133' water no fixed
bridges. House & pool built on concrete
pilings. Reduced, $299,900.
Barbara Imhoff, McGee, Whiddon.
Call 523-7285 or 525-0003.
FT LAUD- SAILBOAT BEND, RIVERSIDE! 2-
bedroom, 1-bath concrete home, terazzo
floors, carport, $61,900. Directly across
from Riverfront homes.
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, grand oak trees. Owner forced to sell
now only $72,900, 9.5% assumable
mortgage.
Call Marc at 764-3772 or 760-7787
Barbara Alves Realty 305-522-0998
*INTRACOASTAL POMPANO- "Beautiful Bel-
Air" Deep water 3-BR (split) 2-Bath in
fine condition. Heated pool, dock, circular
drive, 2-car garage, steps to OCEAN.
Possible Owner Fin. Asking $379K
Owner-Agent eves. Call 942-2786
ALL BUYERS FOR LHP AREA- I know who the
serious sellers are. I have photos & floor
plans some are not MLS or advertised.
Call Bruce 942-9005 or
Z86-0798 immerle Realty.


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POSMAK REALTY
1501 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
(305) 764-8151
1-800-940-1501

Idlewyld 3-bedroom 2-bath home
the Intracoastal. Surrounded by much
larger homes. Corner lot with views
across to Swimming Hall of Fame.
Walk to beaches from this historical
Island. Perfect condition. 2-car
garage. $595,000. Call John Makos
evenings 523-7080.

Las Olas 100' of very deep
dockage. Bring your largest yachts.
Three bedrooms, three baths, pool.
New kitchen, windows, tile and more.
Make an offer Asking $575,000. Call
John Makos evenings 523-7080.

New River 3-bedroom 2-bath pool
home right on the South Fork. Private
back yard, 2-car garage. Needs no
work. $285,000. Call John Makos
evenings 523-7080.

Idlewyld If you'd like to live
among waterfront homes, have a view
of the Intracoastal, be able to walk to
the beach, but not pay waterfront
prices, then this is it. Four bedrooms
on 85'x150' dry lot. Reduced to
$299,000. Call John Makos evenings
523-7080

Citrus Isles Well maintained 2-
bed home with 69' of deep water
dockage for $155,000. Call Rhonda
Kramer 764-7035 evenings.
SCentury 21 Posmak Realty 764-8151


REAL ESTATE continued
DEEPWATER OCEAN ACCESS- 14x8 hot tub
spa seats 20, no fixed bridges, 35' dock,
70' on water, 3/2, family room, Fla room,
storage shed, new kitchen. Well landscaped.
Drive by 1901 SW 22 Ave & call Gary
Case broker assoc. Kroll Realty 475-8800
FT LAUD HISTORICAL SOUTH FORK NEW
RIVER! East 1-95, deepwater, dock. No
fixed bridges. Watch the sailboats & the
famous Jungle Queen go by. Near the new
Performing Arts Center. Beautiful 3-
bedroom 2-bath. Pool/spa. Owner moving!
Only $269,000.
Call Marc at 764-3772 or 760-7787
Barbara Alves Realty 305-522-0998.



ROBERT P. GARGANO ,
& ASSOCIATES. REALTORS
(3os) 462-5770


BEST HOME, BEST VIEW, BEST
PRICEIISpectacular view of Intracoastal &
New River Sound from this fabulous custom
contemporary 2 story, 4+ bedroom, 5 bath
pool home with 100' of protected deepwater
dackagel JUST LISTED $1,595,000.
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. Possible lease.
$850/mo.
DEAL FELL THRUI Price reduced for quick
sale. 2 bedroom with 70' on deepwater canal
off So Fork New River. Only $119,90011
POINT LOT DIRECTLY ON NEW RIVER -
221' of waterfront! 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
with a sensational view of the New River.
Watch the ya, of the world pass by from
this serene s ig.Property affords great
potential to expand on home & boat
dockage! $359,000.
Owner Financing 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. $259,900. Possible lease
$2400/mo.
MIDDLE RIVER OCEAN ACCESS -
GREAT N .E. LOCATION 3 bedroom, 2
bath major renovation completed. JUST
REDUCED NOW $159,900.
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
DEEPWATERLOT Large Approx 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. 3/3 home with tre-
mendous potential. Owner considering
offers.
RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES &
ANNUAL RENTALS! 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 1/1//2 $69,900 2/2 $87,500
1/1 56,90011/1/1/2 74,90012/2 89,900
1/1 57,9002/1/1/2 78,90012/2 98,900
1/11/2 68,000 2/1/P2 79,900
River Reach rentals also available
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS
AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT STINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyersl"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft Laud., FL
(305)462-5770
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22 Waterfront News April 1991 Classifieds


STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All tyoes & makes Lic & Insured.
DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
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-Nav, 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.
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 925-3318 days
Call 305-797-2944 eves Ft Lauderdale.
RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES 15 yrs exp.
Sail/Power. DOCKSIDE RF AIR. Diesel/Gas.
General maintenance-tr ..bleshooting. Fair
prices Call Marc 523-8742
SANITATION PUMP-OUT on the water "we
come to you" service Call 722-0614.
Marine Repairs NAVCON Inc- licensed &
insured expert hydraulic repairs & service.
Water maker repairs all brands New
water maker systems. Complete testing
facility: in-house. In-house welding.
Mechanical repairs Call 462-4969
BOAT WORK MARINE MAINTENANCE- repair
quality work at fair rates Call 528-0877.


ABOVE BOARD CONTROLS, INC.
Installation & repair of all
controls & steering
M.M.C. Electric, Morse, Hynautic.
305-791-6382 / Beeoer' 305-497-0306


Bilge Engine Cleaning Painting Detailing.
Call Leo 522-0535.
STA-LOCK RIGGING TERMINALS- 30% OFF.
Call about other rigging & hardware needs.
We do repairs & installations & will design
& fabricate fittings to your specifications,
in stainless steel or bronze. Call 494-3423
TROPIC MACHINE
Full machine shop services.
Repairs: gears, shafts, threads, etc.
Metric-American and made to order.
264 SW 33 St. Ft Lauderdale.
Call Kevin 779-7038.





TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service, parts. All makes. 764-619?.
REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING-
Repairs & installation; service ALL brands.
1-yr warranty on BOTH parts & labor.
$25/hr, day or night, we custom build
most any type of unit or DO-IT-YOURSELF,
we sell what you need w/ free advice.
MEETING YOUR COOLING NEEDS SINCE 1977.
Call Custom Refrigeration at 527-0540
JAN-CHRIS MARINE AIR INC. for all your
a/c & refrigeration needs.The best for
less.
MasterCard & Visa accepted Ph 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. $1395. Call 764-6192.

Iall the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place a classified ad. .524-9450


CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your
site. Call 781-1970
ANCHOR MARINE CANVAS Co. 462-7525
Satisfying customers for 20 years.
We've done it all. "Discount with this ad."
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486.

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





CRUISE THE KEYS or BAHAMAS
Boat with captain. Relax & enjoy.
305-524-2609.
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.
This winter THE KEYS w/ captain
from Marathon as home port.
305-524-2609 (1190)
YACHT CAPTAIN- 100-ton license, power,
charter & deliveries. Local captain.
Bob 949-6021 leave message.
CRUISE THE KEYS or BAHAMAS
Boat with captain. Relax, enjoy.
305-524-2609 (390)





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
heeonr 58R-0379 Verv reliable


STEAM PRO CARPET CARE- lic & insured
carpet & upholstery cleaning. Reasonable
prices. 24-hour service. Free estimates.
Call 587-0187


Yacht detailing inside and out, bright work
& Drovisioning. Call 779-3718
EUROCLEAN. YACHT SPECIALIST:
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY/INTERIORS.
We don't cut corners- We clean them
7 days/24 hrs. Licensed/Insured.
Call 733-2087.



AUTOMOTIVE DETAILING
Complete detailing of vehicle $40.
Your office or residence.
Weekends available.
Only meticulous work done.
961-1326



HAN DY M AN SPECIALIST
BASIC PLUMBING LANDSCAPING
HOME REMODELING
PAINT GLASS BLOCK TILE
527-4084






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)


DAVIT SERVICES- "The Boat Lift Experts."
Call today for a quote- 305-941-8090
Repairs & custom fab. NAVCON 462-4969


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.
YACHT DELIVERIES- mature responsible
100-ton USCG Lic Master. Reasonable
rates References Capt Dan 922-1582.
CARIBBEAN YACHT DELIVERY- Continental
U.S. Bahamas Panama Virgin Islands.
Additional services: rigging, electronics &
preventive maintenance.
Call Capt Don at 305-474-6996.
150-ton USCG Master- Dave: 305-763-4432



GB's UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE-
clean & maintain boat bottoms including
replacing zincs & pulling props. Monthly &
bi-monthly service available. In Broward
call Geoff 431-1923. In Dade 770-8512
DA's Underwater MAINTENANCE 763-4432
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 power brush hull cleaning expert
underwater maintenance, props, shafts and
cutless bearings changed.





31 YRS EXPERIENCE
Gel coat & Fiberglass repair.
Custom-made hard tops.
Jack Anderson 462-6758.
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



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


SAILING: one on one, your boat or mine.
NAVIGATION: basic & celestial 763- 30


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




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-SIGN
LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 763-4783.
GOLD LEAF & PICTORIAL TRANSOMS-
custom printed T-shirts, murals, custom
logos. Call 779-1074 or 922-9266.


GEORGE"S LAWN SERVICE- just basic
mowing $15 a cut Free est Ph 786-0958.
McGinness & Son LAWN SERVICE- cut &
edge $15, $5 off for referrals. 961-4963.





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.





Brown's Marine SANDBLASTING
305-968-8868
CROSS COUNTY SANDBLASTING 943-8877
See our display ad on page 15.





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 &-sailt
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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any size, hauled, broken
up or disposed of


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CHAMBERLAND YACHT UPHOLSTERY-
reupholstery & custom work: autos, home
furniture, boat cushions & canvas
bedspreads, drapes, Tonneau cover,
renovations. etc. Call Lisa 527-1825.
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486
Specializing in INTERIORS, HEADLINERS,
CUSHIONS. Any type of LEATHER WORK.
YACHT TEN, Inc. 305-764-8470


MICHAEL'S MARINE SERVICE offers
"Excellence in Woodworking' to the
waterfront community. Specializing in
custom furnishings & fabrications for
sailing & power vessels. Established in
1981 2101 SW 2 Av Ft Laud 765-1466.
Seafarer Marine is YOUR source for
HARDWOODS & PLYWOOD Custom
Woodworking, carpentry & millwork.
Licensed & Insured. 3100 SW 3rd Ave. Ft.
Laud. 33315. MARINE TRADES REFERRAL
4ETWORK 763-4263 766-9966


31 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Custom fabrication and repairs
on wood and fiberglass.
Jack Anderson 462-6758


,CARPENTER- very
yacht restoration
estimates and advice.
The _Old Caroenter.


experienced in fine
and repair. Free
Reasonable rates.
Call 305-581-0888


Specialists in
Sunshine Maritime,
medical Occupational &.
center Family Medicine
Peter R. Genovese, M.D., A.A.F.P.
Medical Director

Physicals DOT, FAA, USCG, etc.
Workmen's Compensation
Serving Cruise Lines & Cargo Carriers
Drug Screening using NIDA labs
OSHA exams
X-ray, EKG, Treadmill, Physiotherapy
On-site Laboratory & Pharmacy

Open 7 Days a Week
No Appointment Necessary


Port Everglades
(305) 767-9999
Adjacent to FPL

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AT YOUR SERVICE- Finest varnishing,
teak restoring & yacht detailing.
Call Rico 524-7032
WOODFINISHING Woodgraining Pickling
specializing In repairs from leaks,
discoloration & veneer lifting.
Call Patti Sehi 524-0783
SHIPWRIGHT MARINE SERVICES-
repairs & custom fabrications on wood,
mica & plexiglass. Free est., local refs.
200 SW 25 St Ft Laud. Call 989-4141
YACHT CARPENTRY custom restoration
remodeling and repairs. Premium
brightwork. Service dockside or in shop.
Call Dave 305-949-1530.
MARINE CARPENTRY all facets 764-8470

BOAT CARPENTRY- mobile dockside
service & complete shop service for all
your woodworking needs & equipment
Installations. 20 years experience.
Call 522-7578, pager: 761-6090.






Fine Yacht Carpentry
Teak decks
Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglas work
SHighest quality
Competitive rates
Ship Shape Marine
Call Gordon 764-2285


Call the
Waterfront News
to place a
classified ad.
524-9450
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Port of Miami
(305) 372-1930
Between Terminals 5 & 6


Wanted: CARPENTERS, PAINTERS,
HELPERS, GEL COAT MAN & POLISHER.
96' schooner. Call 524-4530 '
MARINE ORIENTED PEOPLE- male/female
for part time/full time. Solid career with
excellent future! Call 305-525-4679.
YACHT MAINTENANCE- Full or part-time,
Sail & Power. Engine work, brightwork,
cleaning, elec. & carpentry. Must have
valid working papers. Call 921-6551.
$40,000/yrl READ BOOKS
and TV Scripts. Fill out simple "like/don't
like" form. EASYI Fun, relaxing at home,
beach, vacations. Guaranteed paycheck.
FREE 24-Hour Recording.
Call 801-379-2925 Ext. FE228B

GIRLS WANTED
from Florida between ages of 9-19 to
compete in this year's pre-teen, jr. teen
and teen
1991 MIAMI PAGEANTS
Over $15,000 in prizes and scholarships
including an all-expense paid trip to
nationals in Orlando, Florida.
Call for more information.
1-800-345-2330
Extension D117
EXCLUSIVE CLEANING & MAINTENANCE.
needs 1st class exp bondable help cleaning,
mechanical gas/diesel, electronics, etc.
Call 779-3507
SALESPERSON needed in Palm Beach
County. Waterfront News 524-9450

S TELEPHONE SALES REPS
needed in our Renewal Department.
$500. $-S11 per hr. depending on
experience. Will train.
Near Oakland Park Blvd. &
Federal Hwy. Eve. Hours.
305-563-9336 )


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PRETTY SAILOR, exp., 50+, wants Bahamas
Cruise on large boat & voyage thru Canal to
Baja. Write to: Prokas, 2175
South Ocean. Delray. FL 33483
FEMALE CREW for sailing & diving vacation
(2wks or more) to Bahamas between April
& July. Must be attractive, 25-35 yrs old,
nonsmoker. send note & photo to Tom c/o
P.O. Box 2003, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33303



WATERLESS BOAT WASH/CAR WASH. New
industry. Also gas/diesel fuel treatments &
lubes. Call 305-525-4679.
For sale: KEY WEST CHARTER SAILBOAT
BUSINESS, includes 6-passengerboat (boat
can be sold separate) & excellent location
to operate from. Slip holds boats to 36'.
$30,000 or trade? 294-6170




100's PRETTY LATIN/CARIB GIRLS seek
lifemates. Fotosamplog. Intl Friends; 444
Brickell #51-140 (WN)- Miami FL 33131.
Need capable young FEMALE BOATER for
Bahamas cruise. Send phone, hand note &
photo to: 177 Ocean Lane Dr, suite 711-
East Key Biscayne FL 33149
Recent MBA WITH 42' SAILBOAT desires
adventurous lady 27-33. Seaside fun,
possible island serenity. Call 920-7082.


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The Hall of Fame swimming pool beautification is complete!
...and beautiful it is! The tree-lined Hall of Fame offers the following amenities:
grounds have been newly landscaped, *Cable with HBO Computerized
giving the marina a park-like atmosphere. FAME 4 telephone answering service
Now that renovations are complete, the b* Pools Showers Laundry
parking lot is clear, allowing for ample Daily Newspaper delivery 24
parking spaces. hour security Car rental Valet
Our south dock accommodates 25 parking Restaurants .Patio bars
yachts up to 72', in 20' wide slips. Our
north dock accommodates 18 yachts up to ...plus parasail and dive boats, a fishing
135', in 30' wide slips. 100 amp single and A WESTREC MARINA fleet, an oceanside gym...all within walking
3 phase are available, distance.

Located on Ft. Lauderdale Beach 435 Seabreeze Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 (305) 764-3975 VHF Channel 16




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