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 Material Information
Title: Waterfront news
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1992
Frequency: monthly
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Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Fort Lauderdale
Coordinates: 26.135833 x -80.141944 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, issue 9 (Nov. 15-Dec. 15, 1984); title from cover.
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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: News
        page 2
        page 3
        page 4
        page 5
    Main: Letters
        page 6
        page 7
    Main: Broward News
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Dade News
        page 10
        page 11
    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
        page 12
        page 13
    Main: Palm Beach News
        page 14
        page 15
    Main: Sailing
        page 16
    Main: Bahamas
        page 17
    Main: Nautical Dining
        page 18
    Main continued
        page 19
    Main: News
        page 20
    Main: Commerce
        page 21
    Main: Admiralty
        page 22
        page 23
    Main continued
        page 24
    Aft Section
        page 25
    Aft Section: Heritage
        page 26
    Aft Section continued
        page 27
    Main: Diving
        page 28
    Main: Habitat
        page 29
        page 30
    Aft Section: Classifieds
        page 31
        page 32
        page 33
        page 34
        page 35
        page 36
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SEPT


Saul


Typical devastation at Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove. Officials estimate that 90 percent of the vessels docked at Dinner Key
sustained major damage or complete destruction.


Dade's tragedy could affect Broward's marine industry


Hurricane Andrew: A boater's nightmare


By JENNIFER HEIT
Waterfront News writer
To Fort Lauderdale boater David Lewis, the
prospect of Hurricane Andrew meant the end to an
expensive dream.
"It was the only time I had been in a hurricane
where I had something to lose," said Lewis who
spent his life savings on his beloved 35-foot
Beneteau sailboat.
On the eve of Andrew's visit, fearful boat owners
across south Florida frantically prepared for
predicted devastation.
They filled water tanks, took down sails, lashed
booms and tied down just about anything that
could move.
With all preparations complete, it came down to
a matter of chance.
"The most devastating thing was looking out the
storm shutters and seeing the boat tossing out in the
water," said Lewis who hunkered down with friends
in their house adjacent to the dock where he keeps
his boat. "It was hard just trying to get the courage
to peek out."
It was a fear Fort Lauderdale boater John
Durden also shared. Durden, who lives aboard his
40-foot Endeavor on Isle of Venice, left the boat
he'd been restoring for a year and headed out west
to stay with a friend.
"My biggest fear was the surge that might
come," he said.
In Broward, most boats, like Lewis' and
Durgen's, escaped unharmed.
"We dodged the bullet," said Frank Herhold,
president of the Marine Industry Association of


*AFT SECTION.................25-36
*ASK BIG AL .........................7
*BROWARD............................ 8
*COMMERCE ........................21
*CLASSIFIED ....................... 31


"The most devastating thing was
looking out the storm shutters and
seeing the boat tossing out in the
water..."
-David Lewis, Fort Lauderdale boat owner.

South Florida. "Our boaters and marine industry
took early precautions."
Ironically, the hurricane that led to a
recreational boating disaster in Dade, might also
give a temporary boost to Broward's struggling
marine industry, some business owners say.
"I don't want to put it that way, but I would have
to agree with you," Herhold said. "It's no question
that the industry has been impacted as a whole."
At Resolve Towing & Salvage in Port
Everglades, about six crews were expected to scour
Dade for damaged vessels, said office manager
Dolly Giguere.
Boat salver Ed Wiser toured the ravaged remains
of Dade's marinas aboard a 25-foot Mako. From
Dinner Key in Coconut Grove to No Name Harbor
in Cape Florida, impaled boats dominated the
scenery.
"I don't need to make a living this badly," he
said after viewing the destruction. "I don't ever want
to see this again."
Ron Cappello, manager of ArtMarine in Fort
Lauderdale, said the day before Andrew hit, he sold
more bottom jobs because people just wanted to get
their boats out of the water.
He believes the surge in business, however, was


*CRUISING ........................ 17
*DADE ................................. 10
*DIVING ............................. 28
*HABITAT............................ 25
*LETTERS ............................. 6


only a spurt. He sees no long-term benefits.
"Because of the economy, I personally feel
people are just going to submit their claims, take
the money and run," Cappello said.
"The people that can afford boats will first think
of their houses and businesses before they play
with their toys," he said. "Personally, I hope I'm
wrong."
It's a sentiment George Cable, president of
Cable Marine in Fort Lauderdale, shares.
"As far as being the savior of the marine field,
the economy is too far gone," he said.
Andrew's arrival also finally put Broward's
controversial flotilla plan to the test. The plan,
where Broward Sheriffs Office Marine Parol
deputies led boats westward toward safe dockage,
Continued on Page 20


Donations Needed

Several marinas in Broward County are
running a food drive to aid the victims of
Hurricane Andrew. Items needed include canned
foods, water, bread, roofing supplies, baby goods,
flashlights and batteries.
Participating marinas are Derecktor Gunnell,
Lewis Marine, Lauderdale Marina and Polar
Marine.
For more information, call the Marine
Industries Association of South Florida at 491
-7016.


*MARINE CALENDAR .............12
*NAUTICAL DINING ..............18
*PALM BEACH ........................14
*SAILING .............................16
*TIDE TABLES........................12


Photo/Ed Wiser






2 Waterfront News Sept 1992 News


New River Race sails in September
The Fort Lauderdale Jaycees wish to thank you
for your support in the past and invite you to the
New River Raft Race "Captains' Party" on Thursday,
Sept. 3, at 7:00 p.m. The location of the party will
be Marina Bay, located at 2175 State Road 84. It is
there that you will get final instructions for the Raft
Race slated for Sunday, Sept. 13.
Spectators can best watch the New River Raft
Race for the River Walk starting Sunday at around
10:00 a.m.
The New River Raft RAce Festival also gets
under way at 10:00 a.m. at Smoker Park featuring
"Live Good Time Oldies," food, ice, cold beer and
tyhe race awards ceremony.
For more information about the race call the
Jaycees call at 791-0202.

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4 Waterfront News Sept 1992 News


Coastal cleanup a common cause to keep a fragile balance


By LESLIE SCUTELLARO
Special to the Waterfront News

It was a pleasant night on the beach. In the semi-
darkness, a sea turtle labored to lay her eggs, visibly
straining with the effort it took to push them out
one by one. She rested for a while on the cool sand.
We could barely see her from the promenade, so we
climbed over a low wall and stood beneath the palm
trees.
The palm fronds rustled in a soft breeze. We
could see the lights of various boats far out on the
dark horizon. Two other couples, one a man with a
braid down his back and a woman with a tattoo on
her partially exposed breast, both in black; the
other a middle-aged couple from Quebec, probably
grandparents, kept watch with us in whispering
reverence.
Most amazing was that, despite the steady traffic
of A1A, the hotels, etc., the very developed beaches
of Fort Lauderdale still serve the purposes of
nature. This fragile balance is carefully cultivated
by every business, environmental and civic


organization who see their interests bound to Fort
Lauderdalel's beautiful beaches.
The Annual Florida Coastal Cleanup, scheduled
for Saturday, September 19, is an event that brings
everyone out for that common cause. Arlene
Deaton, whose title is Coastal Cleanup Coordinator,
Broward County Office of Natural Resource
Protection, has done a heroic job of rallying the
diverse interests.
Volunteers will collect and catalogue debris
they find on the beach that day. Because in years
past there has been a problem getting data cards
returned, this year Arlene has devised a lottery, with
valuable prizes. Each site will have its own drawing,
with returned data cards for the lottery tickets. The
data will help in assessing the sources of much of
the debris, and targeting the needs for educational
programs, law enforcement and legislation to
improve the marine environment. Marine debris not
only exacts a heavy environmental cost, killing
thousands of marine animals annually, but also a
financial toll in cleanup costs and tourist dollars.
Participants in the Florida Coastal Cleanup will


also be eligible to win commemorative T-shirts,
which will be awarded at each site for the most
unusual debris item, the largest debris item, etc.
The Florida Coastal Cleanup represents the
coordinated efforts of many civic organizations,
businesses and government agencies. Along the
beach in Fort Lauderdale there will be three beach
cleanup sites: at Oakland Park Blvd., opposite Birch
State Park, and South Beach. The Fort Lauderdale
Cleanup will be under the direction of the local
branch of the Sierra Club.
The Marine Industries Association of South
Florida is directing the cleanup effort at the Secret
Woods Nature Center, on State Road 84. They will
provide boat transportation to the targeted sites.
Secret Woods volunteers are asked to wear
protective footwear that can get wet. For further
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News Sept 1992 Waterfront News 5


Boat user fee may be repealed


Special to the Waterfront News
WASHINGTON, DC Legislation to repeal the
controversial recreational boat "user fee" tax was
approved unanimously by the U.S. House and
Senate on three separate occasions in early August,
but final passage remained elusive as Congress
rushed to adjourn for the Republican National
Convention.
As Congress left town, the "user fee" repeal
measure, H.R. 2152, is awaiting final action in the
House of Representatives and could be considered
as soon as Congress returns on September 9. At one
point, the bill could have been sent directly to the
President, but last-minute procedural wrangling
blew the measure off course.
Over 4-million boaters are required to pay a
federal "user fee" tax of from $25 to $100 per year,
even though many of these boaters do not use
Coast Guard services. The other major fault is that
none of the money collected actually goes back to
the Coast Guard. Many boaters forced to pay the
"user fee" tax have complained to their legislators.
This has resulted in huge bipartisan Congressional
majorities pushing for repeal.
As approved'by the House and Senate, the boat
"user fee" would be repealed in three steps: on
October 1, 1992 for boats 21 feet and less; on
October 1, 1993 for boats 37 feet and less and on
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Joshua Slocum's grandson lost also


To the Editor:
Joshua Slocum's epic journal, "Sailing alone
Around the World" ranks as one of the finest sea-


Joshua Slocum


going tales of all time. That it is a true account
makes it all the more remarkable. Your August
cover story though reminded me of a remarkable
person that I met when I was living on my sailboat
in the Caribbean in the late 1960's-early 70's. His
name was Brett Slocum. He was Joshua's grandson.
When I first arrived in St. Thomas in 1970, Brett


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To the Editor:
It's inevitable that the subject of mandatory boat
operator education arises with every serious boating
accident. A recent incident reinforces the necessity
of boat operator education. The incident proves,
however, that for boaters to be truly safe, the
curriculum must be expanded to include subject
areas not previously contemplated.
A group of us were sitting on a dock in Old
Tampa Bay swapping lies about our fishing
prowess. It was late in the afternoon and the tide
was dead low, with the bottom showing in many
places through the otherwise unruffled water.
A majestic great blue heron was fishing near a
boat channel in water that barely covered its feet. A
power boat with a water skier in tow came roaring
down the channel. To our collective amazement
and amusement, it turned directly toward the heron.
The heron cocked its head, opened its beak and
squawked as though it was also amazed.
The boat hit bottom at full speed, throwing sand
and debris high in the air as it came to an abrupt
halt. The water skier was luckily off to one side but
he too hit bottom, cartwheeling for a considerable
distance through the air. Fortunately, the bottom
was sandy and nobody was maimed or killed.
As one, we rose, cheered, applauded and
hollered for an encore. The great blue heron
squawked again as though it was giving the boater
the raspberry or the bird!
Now, this accident may appear to be due to
poor judgment, carelessness or over-use of alcohol
on the part of the boat operator. Those who
witnessed it, however, attributed it to total ignorance
regarding the anatomy of a great blue heron,
especially concerning the length of its legs.
Joe Ott
Apollo Beach, FL


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skipper, carpenter, shipbuilder and sailor
extraordinaire. At that time he lived on Hassel
Island with his wife Margo and their daughter and
could be found most anywhere that boaters
congregated or worked. He was always willing to
lend a hand, offer advice, or spin a good yard. I was
particularly grateful to have met him when he
convinced me that I could repair my boat's mast
myself (I couldn't afford to have it done by others)
and then coached me through the fine art of
scarfing a long repair into a hollow wooden mast.
At this same time, Brett was building his own
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East end of St. Thomas. It was a beautiful rendition
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although it had no engine and very little decking
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Boaters urged to limit

bridge openings

To the Editor:
At the recent Marine Industries Association of
Florida (MIAF) board meeting, it was unanimously
agreed to enlist the help of the state's boaters to
prevent needless bridge openings in Florida. Much
discussion centered on the problem of repetitive
bridge openings and the costs that result from
them. Although it may not be obvious, these costs
do filter down to both the boating public and
motorists. Those operators who continue to ignore
the law are simply compounding the problem and
increasing the likelihood of added regulations.
Another area of concern is the ongoing
destruction of the shoreline by boaters unaware of
the damage caused by their boats' wakes. Too often,
operators are not checking behind them
periodically to see how significant their wake is in
relation to the surrounding environment.
Mark Masciarotte, president of MIAF, requests
that boaters be conscientious. "Lower your riggers
and antennas when approaching bridge," he asks.
"Don't force a needless bridge opening and leave
yourself open to an enforcement action. Check
your wake periodically. Take the time to prevent
shoreline and property damage. Both you and
recreational boating will benefit."
For more information contact:
Andrea S. Ellinor
Executive Director, MIAF
Tallahassee, FL


Tropic Rover correction

To the Editor:
Re: the article on Tropic Rover, August 1992
[by Hank Jones]. Let's give credit where it is due.
The "empty, tree-fringed lot" was none other than
Summerfield Boat Works. I imagine Mr. Jones was
not here for the construction of the vessel or he
would have remembered the facility.
Tom Correll
Fort Lauderdale

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What's more fun?
Catching fish or killing fish?

To the Editor:
As a taxidermist I've been watching a lot of fish
unnecessarily die along our coasts for a long time!
What can we do? These trophy-sized fish are killed
not for food but because the angler is unaware of
exactly what needs to be done with their fish. You
see, the angler would like to have that fish as a
trophy, mounted on his wall.
He somewhat knows that taxidermists don't
really use the actual fish but make a mold of the
fish. He questions: "So, I kill the fish and then they
make the mold of my fish, right?" Wrong!! Over the
years, thousands of permanent molds have been
made off of these beautiful fish, so it is not
necessary to kill them any longer. I'm a
conservation-minded taxidermist and I wish people
would please stop killing fish solely for the purpose
of taxidermy. It is absolutely unnecessary! I believe
in killing fish for personal consumption that
seems to be how it was intended. I strongly urge
people never to kill a billfish even though it is
edible.
Every week from south Florida a lot of anglers
call excitedly telling me of one of their most
memorable day's fishing and how they caught their
first sailfish. As I share in their excitement, I always
ask them if they killed their fish or took the
measurements and released the fish. 90% of them
say they killed their fish but wish they only knew
that it wasn't necessary.
It has been said that more billfish are killed in
this state for the purpose of taxidermy than for any
other reason. I believe that with your help we can
change those statistics dramatically. All other
edible fish have the same type of fate although it is
welcome news to the angler that they can filet their
fish and eat it and just give us the measurements.
Since the only way for this type of conservation
program to work is through public knowledge, I
propose that a simple informational leaflet on
modem taxidermy be distributed at the Miami
International Boat Show. I have a saying around
here: "What's more fun catching fish or killing
fish?" This is so true, especially if killing that fish
was not necessary.
Doug Littell
Miami




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Ask Big Al- marine mechanic


Question I have a Penn Yann tunnel drive single
engine boat which I use down in the Keys. It runs
swell and the unique drive tunnel allows me to go
into shallower water than a deep keel vessel. Well, I
overdone it and hit bottom and punched a hole in
my bottom. I also tore the keel strip under the boat
and I have to replace that piece of wood. I wonder
if I can do this myself as I've patched items with
fiberglass and resin.
Any tips will be really helpful.
Benny
Answer Your best bet is to get a good fiberglass
man who does boat repairs as bottom repairs are
quite a bit different. The bottom must be strong to
take the pounding of the waves and plowing
through the water. Also if the hole is under the
engine you have another problem. To fiberglass the
surface must be clean and dry, no oil or muck as
the glass will not adhere.
If you can't reach the break in the hull, you will
have to fiberglass up and that requires skill. I've had
much luck with a watertight patch and resin coating
and bottom paint on top.
Al


Question I have a knocking noise in my motor
whenever I start up and it never leaves. Speeds up
when I do and drops down as the speed lessens. It's
not real loud but it is annoying and I can hear it
through the hatch. What can it be and how can I
locate it? Engine runs OK with this noise.
Jake
Answer Without hearing the noise it's hard to
pinpoint your problem. To locate the noise, try
shorting out your plugs, one at a time with an
insulated screwdriver. You can usually find the
cylinder at fault. A compression test can help and a
check of your valves adjustment will also give you a
clue. From what you say it could be in your valves
and you may have to remove your valve cover to
find it.
Al


Question After a damp or rainy week or night
my boat engine pops and misses until she warms
up. Once in a while, while running, she'll pop or
backfire through the carburetor and then run fine
for days. I had a compression test and my valves
and rings etc. are tight. All cylinders had good
readings and I coated my wires and coil etc. for
dampness and water.
My mechanic said the timing is correct.
Jim

Answer Have you opened the distributor and
checked the points and condenser? The main thing
to check is the distributor cap. A slight crack in the
cap will cause exactly what you are describing.
Sometimes you can see a black burnt line in the cap
from contact to contact. You can check by wiping
the cap with a little kerosene and watch the spark
travel to the clip or across the top. That will cause
misfiring or popping in the carb.
Al


Question I have a problem with my bilge
pumps. I've had to replace them twice in a period of
two years. They bum out or freeze up and I don't
know what is causing this. The marine store
replaced one but then the next one did the same
thing. I don't use the boat much and I worry that as
I'm gone a lot, I'll lose the boatwhile I am away.
Charley
Answer First, I would buy a good quality pump,
not a cheapy. Second, the bilge should be clean, no
rags or slime or mud to clog pumps and let them
run dry and bum up. Third, any leaks in stuffing
boxes or anywhere so pumps are running
continuously? Batteries must be fully charged as
low voltage can ruin pump motors.
I would buy a 110AC pump and install it as a
backup unit in case of battery failure and have it on
automatic. This will give you assurance that your
boat will be safe.


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New dockage rules decked in Lauderdale Isles


By M.G. SWIFT
Waterfront News writer
FORT LAUDERDALE The Broward County
Commission heard enough from the public on
Aug. 11 to cancel a followup Aug. 25 hearing and
rejected a proposed ordinance which would have
applied sideyard setbacks to boats in
unincorporated Broward County. Redefinitions of
"dolphin poles" and "mooring pilings" were sent
back to committee for clarification in October.
Dozens of waterfront residents from the
neighborhood most directly affected by these new
regulations Lauderdale Isles presented the
county commissioners with. 200 signed petitions
from area homeowners who opposed the proposals.
Lauderdale Isles Civic Association President George
Counts told the commission that his organization's
board rejected the suggested alterations to the
county's zoning codes.
Only one Lauderdale Isles resident spoke in
favor of the proposal Al Reed. It was his
correspondence to the county's zoning and code
enforcement department over the past months that
helped precipitate the hearings, according to zoning
official Shirley Foley. In fact, Reed has written a lot
of letters to many public officials. Several county
commissioners have inch-thick files full of Reed's
memos to them.
And, Reed apparently keeps files on his
neighbors, too. After Sheila Banach, who lives down
the street from Reed, spoke out against the dockage
proposals at the August 11 hearing, Reed followed
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Lauderdale Isles neighbors after an earlier hearing. questioned why zoning people hadn't run this by
The Broward County Commission considered Grady's panel in the first place.
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Area marine organizations and individuals are
invited to submit nominations for the Eighth
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September 11, according to Cynthia Hancock,
National Week of the Ocean president and awards
coordinator.
The categories are Member of the Year or Staff
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or Organization of the Year (anyone can nominate)
for special service from the months of July, 1991
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recreation; safety or tourism.
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National beach volleyball championships to be
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For only the second time in the history of beach
volleyball, a national championship will be held to
crown the best amateur volleyball players. More
than 125 of North America's top amateur beach
volleyball players will compete in the $25,000 Jose
Cuervo National Volleyball Championships to. be
held in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, at Howard
Johnson's Beach Resort, September 19-20.
The winning team in both the men's and
women's division will earn $6,000 in first place
prize money. The first volleyball championships
for amateurs was held at the same site last year.
The Beach Volleyball Series, now in its eighth
season, is holding 14 regional qualifying events in
the United States including Hawaii. Finalists from
the men's and women's Open divisions at each site
will advance to the National Championships. The
remainder of the 64 team field is made up of four
wild card teams in both male and female divisions
that qualified by a top four finish in more than one
event during the 1992 circuit.
"The Cuervo Beach Volleyball Series now
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players," according to Jon Stevenson, president of
the AVP. "These players may very well be the next
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There is no charge for admission.
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Dade County boat builder smokes the competition


By HANK JONES
Waterfront News writer
NORTH MIAMI Cigarette has dominated its
class over the years to an extent seldom, if ever,
experienced by any boat, and now the Dade-built
craft has been named in the powerboat category as
an example of what America does best. Fortune
Magazine awarded the ranking as one of 100 items
built in this country that are the best in the world.
In the engine division both Outboard Marine
Corporation and Brunswick won recognition.
"It sure is true what they say about better
mousetraps," Louis B. Richman wrote in his Fortune
report, What America Makes Best. "Companies that
make superior goods will find the world at their
doorstep and rivals in their dust."
At a time when overseas markets and the
balance of trade loom increasingly important on
the domestic horizon, Cigarette boats are among
exports.that find ready buyers abroad.
"We help the balance of payments somewhat,"
said Robert B. Gowens, president and chief
executive officer of Cigarette Racing Team, Inc., a
North Miami Beach corporation.
Domestic buyers of performance boats also
continue to make Cigarette dominant among the
muscle fleet.
When U.S. Customs decided to even the race
with smugglers in South Florida waters, the boat
designated as Blue Thunder was a Cigarette.
Combined, racing success and acceptance have
brought to the boats the distinction of having their
siblings produced by other manufacturers
designated as generic Cigarette-boats.
The late, legendary Don Aronow conceived and
built the original Cigarette lines, then raced them
into history when they dominated the ocean racing
fleet.
"We're known as a pleasure boat manufacturer
now, but we haven't forgotten where we came from,"
Gowens said. "A number of people have asked me
if Cigarette could produce a boat that could race
the offshore circuit today. We think the 46 -
properly powered and professionally rigged can
give a lot of Open class and Superboats fits. It will
be available -as a- race boat for'those-who-want-to go-
racing."
The 46 is this year's model, introduced at the


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Miami International Boat Show. During sea trials
she clocked more than 106 miles per hour, and with
triple Hawk 1,000 horsepower engines, she is rated
for full-throttle speeds of more than 108 mph.
Such niceties as computer assisted design
(CAD) only enhance performance for competition
or recreation.
Val Jenkins, vice president of manufacturing, is
responsible for making Cigarette produce up to the
promises.
He reveals his dedication and pride during a
tour of the North Miami Beach plant where
operations straddle 163rd Street.
"We aim at the top of the most upscale market.
We try to tap into the high-end buyer Cigarette is
magic for a lot of people," Jenkins said.
"We don't see ourselves as competing we set
the standards," he said, leaving it to others to
emulate Cigarette.
"We build very few 'race boats' because a race
boat is a one-time thing.
"We're trying to produce quality in
construction, painting, upholstery and other details.
"I'd say we're proudest of the general level of
execution in construction of Cigarettes the
hidden values. It may be difficult to educate
consumers to see this, but it's there. With Cigarettes
lined in a row, an owner will see no duplicates in
design. There are differences," Jenkins said.
..... ..He. cited, a "remarkably high a startlingly
high proportion of first-time buyers" visiting the
Cigarette plant.


Boats have gone to overseas buyers in
surprising numbers, including some 28 to Japan,
..and others to Europe and the Middle East.
If Cigarette builds relatively few race boats
today, the boats are built with the view that hulls are
speedy, easily convertible for racing, and special-
ordered when a competitor wants a craft suitable for
the international circuit.
"The guys who build race boats are usually one-
time builders," Jenkins said. For a new boat there's a
redesign, and they go from smaller to bigger.
"I don't think we see ourselves competing in this
market. We set standards. 'Cigarette' has magic for a
lot of people."
As a parallel to Cigarette, Jenkins probably
views Rybovich as the builder closest in quality, if
not quickness.
Certainly the corporate philosophy as expressed
by Gowens represents what Jenkins believes he does
on a hands-on basis.
Even Gowens admits he was not originally a
high-speed boater, "but I have since become fond
of performance machines."
The parent company of performance Cigarettes,
"Cigarette Racing Team, Inc." is owned by Jeffrey
-Friedman, real estate developer, property manager
and investor who wanted to become involved in a
new business, and who saw the potential in Cigarette
as a business opportunity.
Following Fortune's evaluation tomorrow's
challenge would appear to be simply remaining
ahead of the rest of the pack.


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seaweeds, pond scums, stonewarts with
chlorophyll often masked by a brown or red
pigment) are a growing threat to the essence of
South Florida's lifestyle, commercial and
recreational fishing, and possibly tourism.
Estimated financial impact is $600 million, or more,
but that's in the short term.
"What the governor saw today was an
environmental collapse unprecedented in Florida's
history. It's a national catastrophe," said George
Barley, chairman of a citizens task force to protect
the reef.
Barley, an Orlando businessman, characterized
the condition after Gov. Lawton Chiles surveyed
Florida Bay during an hour-long helicopter flight.
From Everglades National Park to Marathon in
the Florida Keys and beyond to Dry Tortugas huge
algae blooms cloud bay waters that once sparkled
in the sunlight.
Florida Bay is one of the largest sea grass
meadows in North America and constitutes a third
of Everglades National Park. The area is a magnet
for sports fishermen and is the nursery for the
state's largest commercial fishery.
Pollution from the Kissimmee River valley,
Lake Okeechobee, the Everglades, agricultural
lands, and South Florida's residents flows into
Florida Bay, fouling the water.
But algae blooms are not limited to Florida Bay
and the Keys. On the Gulf Coast Crystal River was
contaminated just a year ago. The Atlantic coast has
experienced blooms at Fort Pierce, BoyntonriBeach,
Pompano Beach and Boca Raton.' '
Experts like Alex Marsh, Florida Atlantic
University biologist, believe algae, which need only
sunlight, warm water and nutrients to grow, are
proliferating as the result of nutrients in the water.
While some environmentalist see introduced
nutrients: as being at fault other observers believe
ocean currents have swept naturally occurring
nutrients into the Gulf Stream and close to shore.


Marsh and his team received a grant to study
codium algae, the type affecting Boynton Beach.
"We don't fully understand it," Marsh said. "But
it's extremely important that we do because
potentially, these algae blooms could have a
devastating effect on offshore reefs."
Aside from affecting coral reefs and choking
shrimpers' nets at sea, the algae stinks when it
washes ashore.
Just a year ago algae combined with seaweed to
clog intake valves at the Crystal River nuclear plant.
It cost Florida Power & Light more than $1 million
to clean out the mess after the plant was closed.
"It's so extensive it's literally smothering reef
systems," said Bob Palmer of Florida's Marine
Fisheries Commission.
This year in June a 60-mile stretch of algae was
found in the water stretching from Boca Grande
Bar to Dry Tortugas. Reefs within the National
Marine Sanctuary are threatened.
Biologist Brian LaPointe has predicted that
human sewage and agriculture runoff would
produce nutrients that would cause algae blooms
along the reefs. "It's a dead zone," he said of
Tumbleweed Reef where living coral beneath the
algae has been skeletonized.
But government specialists are more cautious.
"I'm not sure that we understand all the problems-
related to water quality, especially these algae
blooms," said Fred McManus, federal
Environmental Protection Agency's Keys
coordinator. "People have their own ideas about
what's causing this problem. What's causing the reef
to have problems in these areas? We.don't know."
The amount 6f pollution that can trigger algae
growth may be less than tests can meastire, h said.
Algae b6loms have been reported for more than
20 years, but animals that eat algae have been
depleted. Now the experts can agree only that the.
algae phenomenon signals something.
Meanwhile, there's also good news about algae
from the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of
Marine and Atmospheric Science where Professor
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on the story an HH-60 helicopter, newly introduced
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12 Waterfront News Sept 1992 Marine Community C

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedn<

12
Calendar items Learn to swim Classes, Quiet Waters South Florida Div4
Park, Pompano. Registration begins, ages 2- Johnson's, Hollywood.
Calendar items should be received at the 17. Call 360-1344. Whitbread Wedn
Waterfront News no later than the 15th of Lighthouse Point Saltwater forum to benefit the
the month, prior to the date of event. Sportsman Assoc., dinner 7 p.m. Call 566- Maxi. Call 764-8191.
Submissions should be typed or neatly 1882. Sunrise Beachcon
S printed and include only pertient details. Mail Coral Ridge Power Squadron, a.m., Boca Raton. Call
su1523 missions to: Community Calenda, executive committee meeting, Cardinal Winterfest, monthly)
1523 South Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
Fl 33316 or fax 524-9464. Gibbons School. Call 772-9032. Guest Quarters
9 9 Fairwinds Single Sailors, meets Lauderdale. Call 522-0(
Tuesday. Call (407) 391-6861. Nature Walk, Deerfiel
Single Sailors, meets 6 p.m., north Call 360-1320.
Broward. Call 941-1631.
In the Tide Tables in blue NOTE: the times High +2.5' +2.5' +2.4'
are military and the tide heights are in Feet above or be- Time 001620654-1255.1923 0107.074(
low "mean low tide". A figure above the time indicates a L 0.1' +0.3' 0.0'
h h wh fir owlsalow tide. Low -0.1-+0. 3' 0.0

6 7 8 9
Mills Pond Country Jamboree, Fort Labor Day Waterfront Advisory Board, City of Moon in apogee
Lauderdale. Call 761-5813. Labor Day Recital, Bok Tower Garden, Miami. Call 579-6961. Bimini- Small 3
Sunday Jazz Brunch, Fort Lauderdale, 11 Lake Wales, 3 p.m. Call (813) 676-1408. Fairwinds Single Sailors. Call (407) 391- Bahamas. Call (800) 3
a.m. Call 761-5703. Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day, 6861. Coral Ridge Powe
Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, Single Sailors Social &Sail Planning, meeting. Call 772-903
Beach Park. Call 926-2444. Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. meets Tuesdays 6 p.m., north Broward. Call Miami River Divis
Courtesy Marine Exaination: Boca Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 941-1631. Miami River Inn, 443-:
Courtesy Marine Examinationit: Boca 1 53 ua c Gulfstream Sailing Club, meets 8 p.m., South Florida Dive
Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421-7054, 761-5363. Gulfstream SailingClub, meets 8 p.m., South, Florida Dive
aton cal 391-3 eee 421-74, Riverside Hotel, Ft Lauderdale. Call 987- Hollywood. Call 989-71
Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano 782- 2652. Surf Club Meeting;
4581, Plantation 472-7614, Fort Lauderdale Broward Native Plant Society, meets Springs Dr, call 564-02
463-0034, Dania 962-8766, Hollywood 865- 7:30-9 p.m. Call 791-1030. Broward Shell Cl
7511. Beach Rec Center. Cal

High +1.9' +2.1' +2.0' +2.1' +2.1' +2.2' +2.2
Time 0512*1152-1802 0032-0612-1249.1853 0122-0704-1337*1936 0205.0745
T14w +0,5' +0.7' +0.5' +0.6' +0.4' +0.5'

New River Raft Race, Smoker Park, Fort Young at Heart Club, senior group Ocean Watch Foundation, meets 6:30 Small Boat Class, 7
Lauderdale, 9 a.m. Call 791-0202. meets 1 to 3 p.m., Hagen Park, Wilton p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 359-7835. MIA. Call 491-7016.
Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North Manors.Call390-2131. South, Florida Mako Owners Club, Safe Boating Class,
Beach Park, 6 p.rih. Call 926-2444. Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day, meets 6:30 p.m., LHP. Call 942-6500. Squadron,, 7 p.m, Call
Nature Walk, Fern Forest Nature Center, Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, Fairwinds Single Sailors, Call (407) 391- Think Life, a fund ra
Pompano Beach, 10 a.m. Call 357-8115. Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. 6861. with AIDS, meets 7Tp.,
Courtesy Marine Examinations,Boca Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Broward Womeri's Sailing Assoc., Dade 653-6164.
S.aton .all 3600A erid 427054 761-5363. meets 6:30 p.m., :Bahia' Cabana, Fort Whitbread Wedu
Llato-se 3 Dtd 942 4381- 0 Pompano 7l82; B eel Lauderdale. forum to benefit the
4581 Plantation 42-6143, o o Boatin sesin: Deerfield 95-754 Cat 44 Club, Call 429-8377 for location. Maxi. Call764-8191.
4581, Plantation 472-7614, FortLauderdale Pompano 782-7277, Coral Ridge 491-0012, Ft Single Sailors, meets 6 p.m., north Nature Walk, ;,Dber
463-0034, Dania 962-8766, Hollywood 865- Lauderdale 522-7486, Plantation 472-7614, Broward..Call 941-1631. a.m. Call 357-8170.
7511. Hollywood 981-7746, Miami Shores 624-4974 Sunset Beachcombing, along Boca
&oh a 2 15Sunset Beachcombing, along Boca
& South Miami 266-1553. Raton, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center.

High +2.4' +2.3' +2.4' +2.3' +2.4' +2.3' +06082.41
Time 0423.1017.16432226 0457.1053-1718o2258 0531o1130-1754o2333 +0.3'
Low +0.3' +04 t ,?,' -n t 2 +0.3'
20 2 21 22
Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North Lap Swimming10a.m.-4 p.m., everyday, September Equinox Whitbread Wedrw
Beach Park, 6 p.m. Call 926-2444. Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, Greater Miami Shell Club, meets at the forum to benefit the a
Canoe Course, Red Cross, Pompano Ft Lauderdale,call 523-0994. First Presbyterian Church of Miami. Call 891- Maxi. Call 74-8191.
Beach, 9a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 357-8170. Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 5425. Lighthouse
Pearl Harbor Survivors, meets 3 p.m. at 761-5363. Florida Marine Aquarium Society, Sportsman Assoc.,
the Arterican Legion Hall, 171 SW 2nd St., Boating courses in: Boca Raton call 391- 7:30 p.m., Museum of Science, Miami. Call 666- meeting. Call 566-1882.am Rver Marine
Pompano. Call 941-2168. 3600, Lighthouse Pt 971-0648, Fort 2226. MiamiRi SMari
Palm Beach Fishing Club, Fall race. Call Lauderdale 522-7486, Hollywood 922-5043, Fairwinds Single Sailors, Call (407) 391- C
(407) 863-9037. North Miami Beach 939-BOAT. Hollywood 961- 6861. 1864. Miami Sh
"Jamin at Fern Forest," 2-5 p.m., 4147, Palm Beach Power (407) 744-2904 or South Middle River Civic Assoc.,call osenter Miami Shool Vi
Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150. 626-2815. for time & location 763-1010 or 467-2458.nsteil School V
Acoustic Open Mike, Secret Woods, 1-4 "Float Fly,"Radio-controlled seaplanes at 5190. Coco
p.m. Call 791-1030. Markham Park. Call 971-8330. Miami. Call 444-4571.

High +2.1' +2.2' +2.2' +2.3' +2.3' +2.4' +2.5'
Time 0258*0945o1556-2226 0412.1057-1704.2335 0524*1205.1o80 0038*0630.
Lo- 0. 5' t0 7' t0 6' +0.4' +0.4'
27 30
Seashore Cinema, Hollywood North Rosh Hashana Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day, Nature Walk, Deerli
each Park, 6 to 9 p.m. Call 926-2444. Florida Keys Flats Master, Marathon, All- Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, a.m. Call 360-1320.
Urban Trails Kayak Co, mini-expeditions fly, all release tournament for permit, Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. Lap Swimming 10 a
for private groups, 9 a.m. Call 947-1302. bonefish & tarpon. Call 743-6139. Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Swimming Hall of Fame
Ocean Buoys ce, GfsYoung at Heart Club, senior group 761-5363.- Ft Lauderdale, call 5233
Ocean Buoys Race, Gulf stream Sailing
Club. Call 563-5988. meets 1 to 3 p.m., Hagen Park, Wilton Fort Lauderdale E
Courtesy Marine Examinationis: Boca Manors.Call5646282. 761-5363.
Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421-7054, Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day,
Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano 782- Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze,
4581, Plantation 472-7614, Fort Lauderdale Ft. Lauderdale, call 523-0994.
463-0034, Dania 962-8766, Hollywood 865- Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call
7511. 761-5363.


High +3.0' +2.9' +2.9' +2.8' +2.8' +2.6' +2.7'
Time 0403.1002+1632.2216 0450.1050.1719*2302 0537.1139*1807*2349 0625*1229'
Low -0.2' +0.1' -0.1' +0.2' -0.1' +0.3' +0.1'
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alendar & Tide Tables Sept1992 Waterfront News 13


:sday Thursday Friday Saturday

3 4 5 Eastern Daylight Time
srs, meets Howard First Quarter Moon farhest south of the equator 5th Annual Labor Day Las Olas Art
Dall 979-7768. Basic Skills & Seamanship,Coast Guard Lauderdale to Lucaya Race, Gulfstream Fair, 10 a.m. Call 472-3755.
esdays, a weekly Auxiliary, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 421-7054. Sailing Club. Call 563-5988. Learn to Swim Classes, Quiet Waters
all-women team, Pro- Downtown After Hours, F o r t Starlight Musicals, Holiday Park, Fort Park, Pompano, ages 2-17. Call 360-1344.
Lauderdale, 5 p.m. Call 463-2337. Lauderdale. 7 to 9 p.m. Call 761-5360. Pier 66 Round-Up, all-day event with
ibing, beach, walk, 8 Sailing Singles, meets Crown Sterling American Indian Pow-Wow, C.B. Smith food & entertainment. Call 728-3540.
,407) 338-1473. Suites Hotel, 6 p.m. Call 565-0775. Park, Pembroke Pines. Call 476-7672. Trekking Red Reef's Hammocks, a
social, 5:30-7:30, Eastern Shores Yacht Club, meets Taste of Art, Las Olas Gallery Group. Call nature walk, 8 a.m., Gumbo Limbo Nature
Suite Hotel, Fort 7:30 p.m. Call 932-0720. 524-2100. Center, Boca Raton. Call (407) 338-1473.
22. Diga Dive Club, Meets 8 p.m., American South Florida Surfing Association, Urban Trails Kayak Co., expeditions
I Island Park, 10 a.m. Bankers Building, Miami. Call 238-9754 or 387- meets 8 p.m., 2500 Coral Springs Dr., every weekend morning, 9 a.m. Call 947-
0733. Country Club Manor. Call 564-0202. 1302.

+2.3' +2.2' +2.2' +2.1' +2.1' +2.0' +2.1' High
.1351-2019 0201.0843.1452.2119 0300.0944.1556.2226 0405.1049*1702-2332 Time
+0.4' +0.2' +0.6' +0.4' +0.7' +0.4' +0.7' Low
10 11 12
11th Florida State Boat & Sports Moon on Equator Full Moon
OAT Tournament, Show, Tampa, through Sept. 13. Call (813) 14th Norfolk In-Water Boat Show, Pitcairn Moonlight Coastal Race,
7-4149. 264-0490. Waterside Marina, Norfolk Va.., through Sept. Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call 563-5988.
'Squadron, general Sailing Singles of South Florida, 13. Call (215) 449-9910. SLAM Tournament, Key West, light-
meets 6 p.m. at the Crown Sterling Suites Evening at the Beach, nature walk, tackle tournament. Call 942-3113.
on meeting, 7:45 a.m., Hotel, Fort Lauderdale. Call 565-0775. Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Boca Raton. Binocular Clinic, Sailorman, Fort
67. Royal Palm Audubon Society, meets Call (407) 338-1473.. Lauderdale. Call 522-6716.
s,. meets 7:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. in Boca Raton. Call 368-5517 Friday Fest, a weekly celebration on the Palm Beach Sailing Club, 6 p.m. race.
g. Underseas Sports Club, meets 7:30 ICW. Call 566-2855 or 561-4800. Call (407) 863-9037.
:30 p.m., 2500 Coral p.m., for location call 564-8661. Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6-9 Shipcrafters Radio Model Boats, 8
2. Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. in Miami. p.m. Call 926-2444. a.m., C.B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines. Call
b7:30 p.m., Pompano Call 238-9754 or 387-0733. Art A La Cartel, restaurant competition 437-2650.
925-6460 to benefit the Museum of Art, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 523-1701.
+2.3' +2.2' +2.3' +2.3' +2.3' +2.4' +2.3' High
,1419.2013 0242.0828-1458*2048 0317-0906.1534.2121 0350.0942.1609.2154 Time
+0.4' +0.5' +0.4' +0.4' +0.3' +0.3' +0.4' Low
It 19
p.m., Ssponsored by Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, meets Galleon Marina Fish Roundup; Key Moon farthest north of equator
7:30 p.m. at -the Lighthouse Point Yacht West. Call (305) 942-3113. Last Quarter
Palm Beach;- Power Club. Call 771-6349 or 785-9868. Coral Ridge Power Squadron, Florida Coastal Cleanup, from
407) 744-2904...-':- Greater Fort Lauderdale Boardsailing Sebastian clam dig. Call 566-5466. Hallendale north to Deerfield Beach, 9 am.
dag groupifor:people Assoc., meets 7:30 p.m. at the Riverside Taste of Art, Las Olas Gallery Group. Call to 1 p.m. Call 765-4013.
.nCall 475-0793 or in Hotel. Call 525-7037. 524-2100. Fall Fishing Festival, Sans Harbor,
a,. Boating Skills & Seamanship, 12-week Starlight Musical, Holiday Park, Fort Pompano Beach. Call 942-9100.
says, a weekly:.. course, Plantation, 6:30 p.m, Call 463-9046.,, Lauderdale, 7 p.m. Call 761-5360. S rafer ad o
li-womneitt team,.Pro-. Norwalk lnteriniatioi l Ifn-WaterBoat Hollywood North Beach concert, .,69, Ship ,& oat Show, C.B. Smith Park,
Show, Norwalk Cove Marina, CT., through p.m. Call.926-2444. Pembroke Pines, 8 a.m. Call 437-2650.
Id-island Park, 8:30 Sept. 20. Call (212) 922-1212. Street Fest, entertainment, Fort American Merchant Marine Vets,
Coastal Islands Adventures, 4-week Lauderdale. Call 566-2855. meets 2 p.m. in Dania. Call 923-6256.
course 5 to 7 p.m., Boca Raton. Call (407) Friday Night Movies, T.Y. Park. Call 985-
338-1473. 1980.

+2.2' +2.3' +2.2' +2.2' +2.1' +2.1' High
,1834 0011.0650.1256.1919 0056.0739.1348.2012 0457.1044,1711-2300 Time
+0.6' +0.3' +0.7' +0.4' +0.8' +0.2' +0.2' Low
24 Z
says, a weekly Sarasota Fall Boat Show, through Sept. Moon in Perigee New Moon
II women team Pro- 27. Call 462-4140. Moon on Equator Riverwalk Fall Arts & Craft Show,
Penn's Landing In-Water Boat Show, Marathon International Bonefish Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m.. Call 761-5703.
)int Saltwater Havertown, PA, through Sept. 17. Call (215) Tournament, Call 743-2821. Boynton Beach Seafest, ICW. Call (407)
monthly dinner 449-9910. Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6-9 732-9501.
Port Everglades Propeller Club, p.m. Call 926-2444. Coast Guard License Lecture,
roup, meets 8 a.m., 7 p.m., call for location 523-1212. Swimming Instruction, St. Lucie Sailing Sailorman, Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-6716.
-inancial Center. 285- Sailing Singles Social, Crown Sterling Club. Call 407 985-1980. Seagrass Adventure, Biscayne Nature
Suites Hotel, Fort Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call 565- Friday Fest, Bridgeside Square, Fort Center, Miiami, 2 p.m. Call 364-0150.
.1- Club 7:30 p.m., 0775. Lauderdale. Call 566-3241. Bird Watching, Pompano Beach, 8:30 a.m.
inia Key. Call 726- Marine Council Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Call 357-8170.
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. 856-0206. 761-5363. Fox Astronomical Observatory, open
t Grove Sailing Club, to the public second and fourth Saturday,
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Davie Bridge.............. ......+40 ......... ............. +40
Haulover Inlet ............... .. +38 ............ .............+39
Government Cut (Miami) ......... -39 ........... .. .-56
Baseline: Andrews Avenue over New River in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.


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14 Waterfront News Sept 1992 Palm Beach News


Marina project to complement downtown Boynton redevelopment


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News writer
BOYNTON BEACH The development of the
Seamist Centre, a four-story residential/commercial
use building, is expected to occur in coordination
with the Lighthouse Square Marina project.
The $2-million dollar building will replace the
existing structure located adjacent to the Seamist
Marina at the comer of Casa Loma Boulevard and
Northeast Sixth Street (west of Two Georges
Restaurant). It will house 13, two-story
condominiums, office suites and commercial
enterprises including a dive shop, raw bar, and a
drift fishing office on the ground floor.
Currently, the owners have site plan approval
for the project and are awaiting the first phase of
the Lighthouse Square Marina project to begin, as
the two projects will share some of the same
infrastructure and utilities.
Barkley Garnsey, president of Seamist
Enterprises, stated, "In order to proceed with the
plans we have now, we have to see that they're
(Lighthouse Square Marina) moving; their first
phase involves infrastructure and as soon as they
start moving, everything will be in place which
impacts us."
Garnsey continued that the drift fishing fleet
presently at the marina will stay, although some
operators may be displaced by the condominium
owners who will get the first opportunity to lease
long-term boat slips. Also, under the current plans,
the dive shop presently on the property will be
retained after construction of the project is
completed.
As the project m roves towardsi the.: linal
permitting stages, city, planners havev& been;r;
concerned about the lack of available parking to
accommodate the project.
Gamsey countered that he doesn't think parking
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the city in lieu of spaces, but other area property would be affected by the glare, noise, and d
owners have parking that they can lease to us, so I odors from the adjacent Lighthouse Square
don't see that as impeding our progress," stated project.
Garnsey. Gamsey declared that people who buy
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be developed as parking. won 't mind the impacts of these businesses.

State & County environmental agencies
agree to streamline wetland permitting


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News writer
WEST PALM BEACH As a result of a joint
agreement between the Department of
Environmental Resources (DER) and Palm Beach
County's Department of Environmental Resources
Management (DERM), local applicants for "short
form or smaller wetland alteration projects will
only be required to obtain a single permit which
will be issued by both agencies.
Barbara Conmy, senior environmental analyst
with DERM, stated that the agreement is unique in
that Palm Beach County is the only county in the
state which has been given this additional authority.
Under the agreement, DERM will prepare and
process the permit using a DER application, and a
joint permit will be issued as the end product which
will be signed by: the directors ;of both agencies.
Larger. projects,:such as beach renourishment and
county road and bridge projects will still be,
handled by each individual agency. The applicant
will still have to obtain a wetland permit from
DERM regardless of the project's size .
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streamlined.
She noted, for example, that if a member of the
boating community wanted to build a dock over
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In addition to handling permits for "short form"
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compliance and enforcement of the provisions of
those permits.
Hanes remarked, "Palm Beach County has
aggressively pursued this agreement. We're short
staffed and need help, so this will lighten up our
load,considerably."
Because of the agreement, there has been some
controversy as to whether or not projects accepted
by DERM under the joint agreement would
supercede the South Florida Water Management
District's authority to issue surface water permits for
such projects.
Janet Llewellyn, DER's chief of the Bureau of"'
Wetland Resource Management, stated that there
shouldn't be too many problems, because most of
the projects that DERM. will oversee- under the '
agreement will not require a surface water permit.
Also depending on the type of activity involved,
the applicant will most likely obtain the required
permits from one agency, either DERM or the
Water Management District.
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Lighthouse Square Marina project resurfaces


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News writer
BOYNTON BEACH After a two-year hiatus
because of financing problems, Boynton's
Lighthouse Square Marina project is moving
forward toward a November construction date.
The Boynton Beach city commission has
approved a plan to have the $11 million project
completed in three phases.
The project's first phase will involve
construction of a 65-foot-tall lighthouse the
showpiece of the project, along with establishment
of a 37-slip marina, and the first phase of retail
shops.
In the second phase, more retail shops will be
added, a deli-style restaurant will be built, and the
harbor master building will be erected. Phase three
calls for construction of a 220-slip dry storage
boating facility.
Project architect Craig Livingston stated that he
is in the process of submitting the applications

County seeks funds to continue
beach renourishment studies

WEST PALM BEACH The Countywide
Beaches and Shores Council has passed a resolution
recommending that the county use Tourist
Development Council funds to complete the
environmental assessment and sand source studies
needed to move ahead with the Palm Beach/South
Palm Beach Shore Protection Project.
The state did not appropriate monies for beach
nourishment studies in this year's budget, and the
county is seeking a guarantee of additional funds
before it spends the $102,500 it has budgeted
towards completion of the environmental studies of
the project area.
The resolution passed by the Beaches and
Shores Council will be presented to the County
Board of Commissioners in the form of a letter.
The Board is likely to consider the proposal at a
meeting sometime this month.


needed for obtaining the final building permits
from the city of Boynton Beach which will allow
construction of the project to commence.
"We've been waiting a long time for this project
to proceed," said Livingston. "We're hoping the
lighthouse will serve as a 'centerpiece for the
downtown, and as a beacon for this city."
However, some dive operators who presently
work out of the marina that is currently on the
project site are concerned that it will relatively
impact their business.
Rick McFarland, captain of the Pacifier, stated,
"The project will make this a nicer environment for
the people when they get off their boats, but it's not
going to be as easy for divers to park and unload
their equipment onto the dive boats."
McFarland is also concerned about the
likelihood of having to move his boat somewhere
else while the project is under construction, and that
he and other dive operators that return to the new
marina won't be able to make a profit or attract
groups from area dive stores because of an almost
certain increase in the rent they will be charged.
As part of the requirements for the county
permits which were obtained for the project, the
developer will have to plant 200 red mangrove
seedlings and install 650 feet of linear riprap on the
north shore of the new marina. In addition, in
exchange for approval of filling some land for
parking, the developer will have to create .09 acres
of mangroves and enhance .11 acres of existing
wetlands as part of the mitigation requirements. A
permit was also issued for construction of a
walkover from the parking lot to the marina.
Livingston noted that the marina project is
designed to facilitate construction of a new
Intracoastal Waterway bridge at either of its
proposed locations. A north-south road will be
constructed which will extend from the Boynton
Beach Boulevard extension to Ocean Avenue.
Laura Widmer, public information officer for
the city of Boynton Beach, stated, "We're extremely
pleased that this project is finally getting of the
ground we've looked forward to it for a number
of years and appreciate what it will do for the
downtown."


Palm Beach nautical briefs

Boynton receives grant for
passive park studies
BOYNTON BEACH The city of Boynton
Beach has obtained a $15,000 grant from the
Florida Inland Navigation District to conduct
engineering studies for a proposed 12-acre nature
park in the mangroves located along the
Intracoastal of the downtown area.
The land is located behind St. Marks Catholic
Church, north of Boynton Beach Boulevard.

Delray to restore beach
in the winter
DELRAY BEACH The city of Delray has
agreed to abandon its fight to renourish its beach in
the summer and will conduct the project this winter
after turtle nesting season.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has
prohibited doing such projects from May 15 to
October 15 because of the potential impacts on
nesting sea turtles.

Mac Arthur Foundation
reverses wetlands deal
WEST PALM BEACH The MacArthur
Foundation has reversed its decision to donate
5,300 acres of wetlands to the county.
The decision upset many environmental groups,
who believe that the Loxahatchee Slough is
important to the health of other wetlands in the:
area.

County looks at algae removal
near Boynton Inlet
OCEAN RIDGE County environment
officials are considering plans to clean up green
algae that have washed ashore on beaches south of
the Boynton Inlet.
The codium algae which has impacted the
beaches has increased over the past few years in the
South Palm Beach/North Browarfd area, and
threatens to smother offshore reefs.
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Close-to-home leisure activities attracting more people to sailing


By BUDD ARTHUR
Special to the Waterfront News
Fishermen (and women) canoers, hunters and
hikers outdoorsfolk all are being joined these
days in ever-increasing numbers by sailors small
boat people who are answering the call of the wild
by quietly slipping into secluded lakes and bays
and finding wide spots in local rivers.
It is estimated that over half a million
Americans of all ages will discover sailing in 1992.
There are a number of reasons for sailing's ever-
increasing popularity and these include the sport
itself (or is it a recreation?), an outlet for
pressurized lives, an appeal to all ages, a wide
selection of inexpensive sailboats and, most
importantly in today's economy, it satisfies the
desire for close-to-home leisure activities.
Two major points stand out and they are not


Special to the Waterfront News
Gulfstream Sailing Club's annual Ladies' Day
races are coming up during the next few weeks.
These races are open to any women who wish to
enter their own boat or race on someone else's.
Race #1 was held August 23rd. Race #2 will be
September 20th at 1300 hours; a coach/skipper will
be permitted on board, but he/she will not be
allowed to coach or have dialogue with crew under
penalty of disqualification.
There are currently 14 entries including
representatives from the Hillsboro Inlet Sailing
Club, Broward Women's Sailing Association,
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related to each other. They are: (1) The portability
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from windsurfers to small daysailers to catamarans;
and, (2) The growth in sailing schools many of
them community sponsored that help get people
started folks who've always wanted to sail, but
were afraid to ask how.
Many of the people learning to sail these days
are of the Baby Boomer variety. They feel strongly
about getting back to nature being close to the
earth, winds and the water. And, they want to do this
with the least possible contribution to pollution of
any type, be it noise or atmospheric. Our younger
generations, to a degree, are more environmentally
aware than their parents were, which probably
accounts for the geometric increase in back country
hikers, bikers, rock climbers and, yes, even sailors.
These are people who don't care much about
why a sailboat works the way it does. They want to


Racers can compete in the following categories:
PHRF spinnaker class; PHRF ncn-spiinaker class,
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class and after-race parties will be held at 1730
hours following both races.
Cost is $20 for both races, $12 for one.
Applications and additional information can be
obtained from Richard Eisen at 473-0773 for those
without boats wishing to crew, and from Linda at
989-4294 for those women who wish to enter boats.
The Ladies' Sunfish Race. will be held
September 19th at 1000 hours at North Lake in
Hollywood. Boats will be provided for those who
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teach more adults, by far, than kids, and while many
grownups just want to learn to sail and then sort of
drop out, many others buy a small boat or
rent/charter boats from the time they 'graduate'
from sailing school.
Of those who buy small boats, many are
heading for the backwoods and with many of the
smaller boats, not even a launching ramp is needed.
It's off the road near the lake and portage the boat
to the water.
A small overnight boat, around 18 to 20 feet,
can be dropped in easily at almost any boat ramp
and on many of these neat little craft, it only takes a
few minutes to set up the mast, hook up the boom,
raise the sails and be away.
And, while it may bring a sneer to the lips of the
fishing purist, the glint of sun on both mast and
fishing rod is seen ever more often on our hidden
lakes and ponds. (Best be careful not to wrap a cast
around the mast... no poem intended.)
The future of our woodlands and lakes is
inextricably tied to the future of the Baby Boomer
generations. That sailors are coming inland from
the often crowded waters around coastal or Great
Lakes cities should be no surprise. But, what may
be a surprise is that these people are not looking for
nature in the fast lane. No necessity of getting from
here to there in the shortest period of time. The
need is for peace. Solitude. Reflection upon
ourselves and our lives. Perhaps a quiet time for
two. Certainly a time for families to truly "learn the
ropes" together.
So, if you fisherfolk or backpackers happen to
look up and see a sailboat ghosting by on your
favorite backwoods pond, don't be shocked. Tip
your hat and welcome some new "woodsmen" to the
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intriguing and you'd like to see a sailboat from on
board instead of on shore, one quick toll- free call
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4700 is part of the National Sailing Industry
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the country. You can come alone, with family or
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Local airline expands links to the
Islands and Keys
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with service from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood
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18 ,Waterfront News Sept 1992 Nautical Dining


Pasta a hit at new Coral Ridge restaurant


By JENNIFER HEIT-ZIEGLER
Waterfront News reviewer
From the outside, Pasta! Pasta! is so unassuming,
if not for the name on the door, potential
customers might innocently pass by without ever
sampling the smorgasbord of pasta sauces that lurks
within.
That would be a mistake.
There's 35 sauces to choose from, all served
over your choice of several different pastas. It's an
unusual approach that does a good job of showing
how versatile pasta can be.
In a former life, the restaurant, located in the
Times Square plaza in Coral Ridge, operated as
the more expensive Flambe Room. When owner
Maria Talerico opened Pasta! Pasta! in its place last
May, the only changes were new curtains and
hanging lamps. There's still the velour-covered,
circular booths that allow for easy conversation
without the interruption of nearby chatter.
The family-run restaurant is a find for those
looking for inexpensive, but well-prepared Italian
food that's not restricted to the early bird hour. For
the price (every entree is under $9.95) you can't
beat what you get.
All dinners come with soup or salad and bread.
The bread is good and warm, with a little
mozzarella melted over a few of the bread sticks.
One criticism might be the lack of appetizers.
Such an addition would nicely round out the menu,
which is now dominated almost entirely by pasta
entrees.
Choose from spaghetti, angel hair, linguine,
fettucine, fusilli, rigatoni, penne, gemelli, rotelle
and rotini. Top it off with sauces ranging from the
more traditional marinara to the richer lobster
cream sauce. All in all, you have 35 choices.
Other possibilities include melenzani, ($7.95) an
marinara-based sauce laced with eggplant, garlic,
onion and Parmesan cheese; or bracciala, ($8.95)
described on the menu as rolled beef and
seasonings swimming in a mushroom wine sauce;
or a chicken and artichokes cream sauce ($8.95)
with mushrooms. There's also sole pizzaiola
($8.95); stuffed peppers marinara ($7.95); or the
more standard shrimp marinara ($9.95), and tomato
and basil sauce ($7.95).
Traditional dishes such as baked lasagna,
gnocchi with vodka cream sauce and manicotti (all
under $10) are also available.
Your dinner includes soup or salad. The greens
were a good mix topped with a zesty vinaigrette. A
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Address: 3042 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale.
Phone: (305) 563-7455
Food: Italian
Price range: $7.95 to $9.95
Dockage accommodations: None, unless you trail
your boat and dock it in the parking lot.
Hours: 5 to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday; 5
to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Service: Excellent, maybe even slightly overdone.
Atmosphere: Elegant, private
Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express,
Diner's Club.

There's also a full wine menu with bottles, half
and whole carafes available. House wine can be
ordered by the glass.
We tried the pesto cream sauce served over
fettuccine ($7.95). The pesto sauce, a combo of
basil, romano cheese and pine nuts, proved quite
rich. The problem is that halfway through the bowl
of pasta, the heaviness of the sauce starts to get a bit
monotonous.
But the fried ravioli ($8.95) was excellent.
Draped with mozzarella, capers and sun dried
tomatoes, it's a dish we would gladly order again.
For dessert, we sampled the rum cake and
chocolate cheese cakes, both of which were baked
by a friend of the owner. The rum cake could have
used a bit more rum, but the cheese cake was dense
and appropriately rich.
Service, provided by a gregarious waiter and
waitress, is attentive to the point of almost needing
to be toned down a bit.
Despite the modest prices, atmosphere is not
forsaken. Pasta! Pasta! is a class act. By mutual
consent, we'll be back again.
Editor's Note: Reviewers dine anonymously with
all expenses paid by the Waterfront News.


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Listed below are restaurants offering
dockage to their patrons. If we have left
out your favorite restaurant, let us
know by calling (305) 524-9450.


Broward County-
15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort
Lauderdale, 220' dock, 12' draft. 763-2777.
Bahia Cabana, 3001 Harbor Dr., Fort Lauderdale, ICU, 10
slips, takes boats up to 45', 6' draft low tide. 524-1555.
Bimini Boat Yard, 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale,
canal off ICW, five slips, takes boats up to 62', 15' draft.
525-7400.
Bootleggers, 3003 NE 32nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, ICW,
valet boat dock, 300' dock, 3' draft low tide, 5' high tide.
563-4337.
Cap's Place, Cap's Island, 2765 NE 28 CT, MM 69,
Lighthouse Point, 150' dock, 3'5' draft. 941-0418.
Charley's Crab, 3000 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICU,
300' dock, 10' draft. 561-4800.
The Chart House, 301 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
New River, 180' dock, 10' draft. 523-0177.
Cherrystones, 125 North Riverside Dr., Pompano Baeach,
Sands Harbor Marina, 360' dock, 7' low tide. 946-3005.
Coconuts, 429 Seabreeze Blvd., ICW, Fort Lauderdale, 60'
dock with a 6' draft low tide 467-6788..
The Cove, 1755 SE 3rd Ct., Deerfield, Hillsboro Boulevard
at the ICW, 170' dock, 6' draft low tide. 421-9272.
DockSider's, Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, 2670 E. Sunrise
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 300' dock, 6' draft. 565-3800.
Dockside Seafood Restaurant, 908 N. Ocean Dr.,
Holllywood, ICW 922-2265.
Down Under, 3000 East Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 150' dock, 8-10' draft. 563-4123.
Fish Market Restaurant, 2175 State Rd. 84, Marina
Bay, Fort Lauderdale, 110' dock, 10' draft. 584-1588.
Guido Murphy's, 3217 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
ICW, 100' dock, 10-15' draft. 566-6306.
Hunky Dory's, 1318 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW, 450'
dock, 3-6' draft. 925-1011.
Lauderdale's Cafe, 3333 NE 32nd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 365' dock, 6' draft low tide, valet dockage.
566-7853.
Martha's Restaurant, 6024 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood,
.1000' dock, 6' draft low tide. 923-5444.
Mombasa Bay, 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
Oakland Park Boulevard Bridge, 70' dock, 13' high tide. 565-
7.441.
Pal's "harley's Crab, 1755 SE 3rd CT, Deerfield Beach,
ICW, 80 slips,'6-7' draft. 427-4000.
Pelican Pub, 2635 N.Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach,
Hillsboro Inlet, 36' dock, 6' draft low tide. 785-8550.






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Pier 66, 2301 S.E. 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, up to 10'
draft high tide. Boat valet. Call ahead. 728-3572.
Rustic Inn, 4331 Ravenswood Road, Fort Lauderdale, 200'
dock, 3' draft, boats under 30' only. 584-1637.
R.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
ICU, 200' dock, 8' draft low tide. 763-5502.
Riverview Restaurant, 1741 Riverview Rd., Deerfield
Beach, Hillsboro Blvd & ICU, 140' dock, 5' draft at low tide.
Call 428-3463 for dockage reservations.
Ruffys, 2300 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW, 20 slips,
16' beam, about 4' draft low tide.920-0600.
SeaFair, A1A & Dania Beach Blvd., 42 slips, 52 floating
docks, 4-5' draft low tide, 10-12' high tide. 922-5600.
Sergio's on the Water, 928 NE 20th Ave. Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, four docks, takes boats up to 50'. 524-
5363.
Shirttail Charlies,400 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
New River, 100' face dock and 7 slips, 10' draft. 463-3474.
Shooters, 3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 350'
dock shared with Bootleggers, 8' draft low tide. -566-2855.
Topsiders, 400 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW, 250'
dock, 4' draft low tide 920-4200.
Yesterday's, 3001 East Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 80' dock, prefers boats under 40', 6'
draft low tide. 561-4400.

Palm Beach-
Buccaneer Restaurant & Lounge, 142 Lake Dr.,
Palm Beach Shores, 22 slips, 15' draft. (407) 842-1620
Crab Pot, 300 East Ocean Ave., Lantana, ICU, 100' dock,
6' draft low tide. 844-2722.
Harpoon Louie's, 1065 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter, Jupiter
Inlet and ICW, 90'dock, 3' draft low tide. 744-1300.
Panama Haitie's, 1151 Ellison Wilson Rd., North Palm
Beach, 100' dock, 5' draft. 627-1545.
Riverhouse Restaurant, 2373 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach
Gardens, 190' dock, 6' draft low tide. 694-1188.
Sailfish Marina Restaurant, 90 Lake Dr., Palm Beach
Shores, 60 slips, 10' draft. 848-1492.
Waterway Cafe, 2300 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens,
ICU at PGA Bridge, 200' dock, 5' draft. 694-1700.


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20 Waterfront News Sept 1992 News

Andrew pummels

Dade boats
Continued from Page 1

"I don't need to make a living
this badly ... I never want to see
this again."
S -Local boat salvager Ed Wiser, describing
S" the destruction at south Dade's marinas.

JI ;... was put into use for the first time since its inception
about 10 years ago.
Boats began the sojourn more than a day before
Andrew hit. Of 6,000 boats, none were left without
dockage, said Peter Grady, of the Fort Lauderdale
dockmaster's office.
Boaters rafted off marinas and behind private
houses.
.. "Next time it needs to be orderly because it was
e a mad rush," Grady said.
The biggest problem, Grady said, was boats
S getting caught up in other boat's anchor lines.
i From his spot on the New River, Lewis saw a
smooth transition. His fears of boats being
i abandoned in the middle of chaos did not
Photo/Ed Wiser materialize.
"There was no irresponsible actions," he said.
Herhold agreed. "It was very impressive."



Devastation

Kevin Doran (above) studies an
Ericson sloop at Crandon Park
Marina in Key Biscayne. A national
guardsman passes a 23-foot Pearson
(right) that happened to wind up on
Bayshore Drive and Aviation Ave. in -
Coconut Grove.. _,,
Most boats in Broward survived
Andrew's. fury but at Marina Bay -
(below) on. State Road 84 in Fort -
Lauderdale, the fierce winds knocked
down four two-story houseboats...
None were seriously damaged,
Marina Bay owners later reported.


Photo/Ed Wiser


Photo/David Lewis







Commerce Sept 1992 Waterfront News 21


Consumer problems bug boat owners


By DAVID PILVELAIT
Special to the Waterfront News
Manufacturers who won't pay for fiberglass hull
blister repairs and dealers who balk at doing
warranty work are the most common consumer
problems for boat owners, according to the Boat
Owners Association of The United States
(BOAT/U.S.).
Blisters appear on hulls typically when boats are
three to seven years old. Initially, repair costs are
steep $100 to $200 per foot but failure to
take care of the problem early on could lead to
structural damage. "Research suggests that most
blisters are caused by a manufacturing defect, but
most warranties don't cover blister repairs," said


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Special to the Waterfront News
MIAMI BEACH The Miami International
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adding the world's largest sheltered outdoor exhibit
area to its 1993 lineup, scheduled for February 11-
17 (Feb. 11-12 are trade and media preview days).
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A prediction for 1992 a new multi-party system

Broward yacht broker attempts to pick up Perot's political pieces


By JOHN B. ANDERSON
Waterfront News columnist
FORT LAUDERDALE As the GOP
Convention gathered recently in Houston to
coronate their nominee, incumbent President
George Bush, that other Texan, H. Ross Perot, may
have seemed only a fading memory of a failed
effort to launch an independent campaign. The
Republicans, like their counterparts in the
Democratic. Party, seem to have settled back into the
complacency of believing that this is irredeemably
a two party culture. The duopoly of power that has
reigned in national politics for more than a
hundred thirty years still presides over our national
affairs.
However comforting that illusion may be to the
figures in the current political establishment, I
suggest they are missing some clear, convincing
signals that we will look back on 1992 as a truly
watershed year. Yes, a Republican or Democrat will


be elected President in November. However,
historians will regard that as of less long-term
significance than the birth of a strong third force in
American politics.
.First, let's take a look at what is taking place in
Florida. I recently talked to Pete Hoffman, Broward
County coordinator for the Perot Petition
Committee. A well-known and respected yacht
broker in South Florida, he had spearheaded a drive
that in 5-6 weeks gathered more than 25,000 names
on Perot for President petitions. In a state where
only 61,000 names were required for ballot access
well over 300,000 names were gathered all over
Florida,
.Then came the deflating impact of their
candidate's withdrawal in mid-July. Hoffman,
without even a trace of bitterness, nevertheless
conceded that it left broken hearts and bruised
spirits; There was even insult added to injury when
the new name chosen to represent an effort to
regroup, "United We Stand" had to be quickly

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raised strenuous objections based on their prior
appropriation of that descriptive title. Not to be
discouraged, Pete Hoffman's group is again simply
the "Perot Petition Committee."
It is not an effort to draft Perot again, but a
rallying cry built around a man in whom they had
trusted so deeply. Here in Broward County an
issues committee is meeting and several thousand
people are linked in a network of ongoing
communication. In Palm Beach County Marjorie
Mathieu is still involved in an effort similar to that
of Pete Hoffman. In central Florida an effort is
being maintained to coordinate and network
information from similar former Perot groups from
around the country. However, the Florida effort is
largely based on efforts to hold ranks on a county
by county organizing effort.
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conversation with the Broward County leader, Peter
Hoffman, is their political sophistication regarding
issues. They know what they want a program of
honest government accounting that would lead to
deficit reduction is a paramount priority. However,
they realize what it will take process reform both
pre- and post-election. In other words, they want
campaign reform an end to the role of special
interest and PAC money. They want reform of the
legislative process itself. They understand how non-
germane legislative riders turn a bill into a
Christmas tree decked with give-aways.
In short, I was impressed with the belief that the
Pete Hoffmans of this world are not going to
quietly fold their tents and disappear. The emotion
built around a charismatic candidate has been
replaced by a steely resolve to build for a future
attempt to reclaim the system from proto-typical
politician.
Another development this month convinces me
that the smoldering fires of anti-party revolt have
n'ot been extinguished. Strong efforts have begun
to persuade the Governor of Connecticut, Lowell
Weicker, to become chair of a formal organizing
committee for a new, as yet unnamed political
party.
Governor Weicker, who left the GOP to run and
win election as an Independent, can lay claim to a
mantle of fiscal responsibility. He recently forced
the Connecticut legislature to balance the state
budget by accepting an income tax. As unpopular
as that position may be with some potential recruits
for a new party, it may be counter-balanced by an
aura of raw political courage and tenacity that
Weicker brings with him. Having known him
personally for more than 20 years, I can certify that
he is an exceedingly forceful personality
unencumbered by many doubts of where he wants
to lead.
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common overriding conviction. The dysfunction in
our present political system will not be cured
simply with a dollop of "change" nearly
everybody's favorite password to political fame and
fortune, Democrat or Republican. It will require
something far more radical; radical in the'
mathematical sense of that word which means, going
to the very root of the matter.
Millions of people from the erstwhile "Perotists"
to the group now meeting in the Northeast to draft
Governor Weicker, want radical reform. The roots
of that go to the electoral process itself. There is a
critical mass of voter opinion today that can
produce a chain reaction, the new elements of
which will be a multi-party system. Although it
cannot in less than three months produce a
presidential nominee, it will begin not just the
change but the radical reform of the present system
during the remainder of this decade and into the
21st Century.
In that sense whoever is elected in November
may be remembered as a caretaker for an old and
expiring electoral system. It happened before in the
life of our Republic. I believe it is destined to
happen again. If I am correct in that prediction,
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by people like yachtbroker Pete Hoffman and the
thousands of Florida voters who joined his Perot
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total of $993,500 for the improvements of the
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By JEFFERY G. HARRELL
Waterfront News writer
There was a hole in the fence. A big one. Big
enough for sharks and other scavengers to enter the
underwater pen and snack off fish scraps. Big
enough for the four dolphins fenced-in behind it to
bid farewell to 12 years5of performing tricks for
food for residents of Upper Key Largo's Ocean
Reef Club with one sudden swish of a tail.
On July 18, three of the four dolphins, Molly,
Lady and Bacall went for it.
"This incident showed that they would rather
be free," says Russ Rector, a former dolphin trainer
at Ocean World for eight years and current Dolphin
Freedom Foundation activist.
The "incident" also added fuel to one of the
most fiery human debates currently raging in the
animal kingdom: the issue of whether captivity is a
comfortable way of life or a nightmare for the
federally-protected dolphin.
In this case, Molly had lived in captivity for
almost 30 of her 34 years; in a traveling road show
after being captured off the coastal waters of
Melbourne, Fla., in the mid 1960s and for close to
12 years at the Ocean Reef Club. Same with the 40
-year-old Lady. Bacall, on the other hand, is a
youthful 8, the same age as her partner Bogie, the
only dolphin in the pen who didn't slip through the
hole. For food, all the dolphins had to do were
tricks. One somersault at 10 a.m. daily and there
was a human trainer holding up a fresh mackeral.
Backpedal on top of water at noon and there was a
fresh herring. No trick at 5 p.m., no dinner.
The routine proved no different out in the wild.
Instead of hunting for fish the old fashioned way


like their wild peers, Molly, Lady and Bacall were
seen a couple of days later performing tricks for
fishermen who were returning the entertaining
favor with shrimp morsels and freshly-caught fish.
Which raised another aspect of the issue: Can an
animal that has existed for years in a day-to-day
routine of captivity suddenly be thrust into the wild
and survive?
"It's the same thing as Born Free," Rector says,
referring to the story of the lion that was raised in
captivity before the owners released it intothe
African wild so the cat could breed.
"Dolphins that have been in captivity need to
undergo a reacclimation period. Usually, it's a
period of 60 days that starts with the dolphins
learning to catch their own fish and learning not to
be dependent on humans for food. You've got to
get them out of their daily routine of feeding. You
slowly ween them out of the routine of captivity."
Rector and a growing lot of former dolphin
trainers such as Ric O'Barry, the former "Flipper"
TV show trainer and current leader of the Miami
-based Dolphin Project, and Rick Trout, who
worked with the Ocean Reef Club dolphins until
being fired over the incident with Molly and Lady,
believe dolphins are not naturally suited for
captivity.
They cite cases where the chlorine used to make
the water appear pristine for the paying public in
marine mammal parks such as Miami Seaquarium
has proven toxic to a dolphin's skin and eyes. And
before leaving Fort Lauderdale's Ocean World,
Rector filmed an underwater video to give the
public aa dolphin's eye view below the surface of
Ocean World's grandstand pool. The video showed
paint peelings flaking along the side walls and floor


and floating in the black, algae-laced tank next to
electric lights half-filled with water, some with
exposed wires.
But Molly, Lady, Bogie and Bacall didn't flee
the pristine appearance of a chlorinated tank. They
fled an inland residential canal extending off the
Ocean Reef Club where Molly, Lady, Bogie and
Bacall, like dolphins and living creatures in general,
excreted in the form of waste. Dolphin activists
point out that the Ocean Reef Club pen is located
too far inland for a strong Gulf Stream tide to flush
out 12 years of accumulated waste from the
bottom. The same conditions, they say, exist for
dolphins at the Dolphin Research Center a little
further south in Grassy Key where patrons are
openly invited to "swim with the dolphins."
On the other side of the dolphin's captivity issue
lies Dr. Gregory Bossart, a marine mammal
veterinarian and pathologist based at Miami
Seaquarium who also handles marine mammals at
other South Florida parks. "Arguing over captivity
as an issue is like arguing between Christianity and
Judaism," Bossart said in an interview last year.
"It's a debate with stronger beliefs than any real
right answers."
Bossart, who was on the scene during Ocean
Reefs efforts to recapture Molly and Lady from the
Key Biscayne lagoon the dolphins ended up in,
bases his pro-captivity ideas on studies performed
by scientists Ken Balcomb and Randy Wells
Balcolmb found that, out of 50 Orca whales living
in the wild, 20 died in the first five years, a life span
comparable to a dolphin's or killer whale's in

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Broward reef buoy project needs funds & volunteers


By BRYAN BROOKS
Waterfront News columnist
"It's been a labor of love," said Deborah Meeks,
or D.J., as her friends call her. Meeks is the
program director for Ocean Watch Foundation
(OWF), a Fort Lauderdale-based, non-profit
organization. OWF was formed by caring SCUBA
divers and environmentalists to spearhead public
awareness about the health of the local reefs and
waterways off the southeast coast of Florida.
It was OWF that has put into place 50 mooring
buoys over that same reef system that lies off
Greater Fort Lauderdale's twenty-three-mile coast.
This was done in an effort to keep boaters and
divers from dropping anchors onto the reef itself,
thereby doing further damage to a reef system
already stressed out by over-diving, anchor damage
and the pollution that pours forth daily from Port
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In 1991, Fiore says, the Marine Advisory
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eye bolts to be placed into the sea floor to anchor
100 mooring buoys. The approximae cost per eye
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Fiore says that OWF went ahead before getting
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year from their approved grant of $30,000 to
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problems and expense it would take to get that
small amount of money would be considerable and
hardly worth the effort. He also felt OWF would be
unable to get any maintenance money for the
mooring buoys they had already installed, because
they were installed without proper bids for the
installation being advertised.
Meeks, who was co-founder of OWF in 1988,
sighs at these comments. She stated that everything
has to be put into proper historical perspective. First
of all, she said, no bids were put out because no
government money was used to put in the 50 eye
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The reason why the approved money wasn't
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West called Reef Relief. Reef Relief did use
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mooring buoy system out to be bid on. Reef Relief
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Meeks said she had contacted Reef Relief for
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BUOYS, FROM page 28
for the Broward project. She states that many of the
companies bidding to install the mooring buoys in
the Keys had never done this type of a job before.
Learning from mistakes made in Key West,
OWF used a man she considers the father of the
mooring buoy system, John Halas, to put their
system in place. Halas is a marine biologist who
works for the Key Largo National Marine
Sanctuary and is respected by everyone in both the
diving and the marine science communities. He is
the expert in the field, Meeks said the rest of us are
learning from him.
So, after OWF got their own funding, John
Halas eventually installed twenty mooring buoys
just south of Port Everglades on Cuda Reef, a
popular dive spot in twenty to thirty feet of water,
about quarter of a mile off John U. Lloyd State
Park. He installed the other thirty mooring buoys
off Pompano Beach in about the same depth off the
eastern side of what is known as the first reef,
running roughly from the Cumberland wreck
northward to the Pompano Beach fishing pier.
The county's $30,000 grant money is still
available, Meeks said. She hopes in the future,
working along with the ONRP, that OWF could
return to apply for that grant money to install more
mooring buoys. The deadline for the use of that
original grant money is at the end of this year.
Meeks hopes that OWF might be able to get an
extension.
In the future, OWF would like to see stricter
guidelines for anyone who is bidding for the
installation contract, ensuring quality control for
any new mooring buoys. Strict guidelines placed
on the bidders would make sure the same mistakes
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that OWF, with help from the marine community
and other interested parties, also run the yearly Reef
Sweep that collects garbage thrown overboard by
careless boaters onto the reefs. Reef Sweep usually
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thousand divers showing up to collect garbage from
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awarded at the after-event party. gain, she
emphasizes that this event and all the work it takes
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Then, she said, there is OWF's slide show and
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weed out potentially bad bids, Fiori advised.

Meeks wanted to stress that OWF is extremely
grateful to the county for the help that has been
given them, and hopes to come before the Marine
Advisory Committee in the future.
She also' says that you have to realize, that .the.
work done on all of OWF's programs has been done
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Habitat


Freedom or years of captivity that is the dolphin question


DOLPHINS, FROM page 25

captivity. Wells showed that dolphins living in the
wild have high mortality birth rates due to disease, a
mother's inability to nurse a calf effectively and the
social structure of a dolphin pod dominated by a
bull dolphin that will kill a calf if social conditions
are wrong.
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symptoms or ulcers."
"Bats have more sonar capabilities than
dolphins," Bossart counters. "And where do they
live? They live in caves. If that theory of dolphins'
sonar bouncing back at them from a box is true,
then every bat would be a raving lunatic."
Much like a prisoner, to which Rector offers a
more general comparison with a dolphin in
captivity. Rector cites "three ways dolphins display
stress in captivity" to support his claim: deviant
sexual behavior, aggression and depression.
Deviant sexual behavior, he says, is evidenced in
three separate documented instances citing
"Fonzie" for "becoming sexually aggressive with
a full erection" toward human females swimming
with the male dolphin at Dolphin's Plus in Grassy
Key.
Aggression has been documented in a current
lawsuit pitting Ernie Coralluzzo against Ocean
World for inviting the Fort Lauderdale resident and
the rest of the grandstand audience at the "Highly
Educational Dolphin Show" to "pet the
dolphins." According' t;f"the -tli lawsuit, when
Coralluzzo stuck his arm into the water to pet
"Dimples," the dolphin "viciously bit and sank
her teeth" into Coralluzzo's left arm.
Depression an be found elos ,to the pcean
Reef Club in 'a dark and murky -Lttle Torch Key
lagoon where "Suwa" swims with its companion
- a floating innertube. The dolphin that won't let
anybody near enough to touch coiuld'swim through'
a hole in the pen's fence, but won't due to years of a
daily feeding routine by the property's owner. A
close runnerup on the depression list is "Pepper,"


the dolphin at Ocean World that lost its tail after
being dropped by park attendants attempting to
transport the dolphin from one pool to another.
Today, all Pepper can do is lie motionless,
submerged above water, since a fish swimming
without a tail is like a bird flying without wings.
"Those are the same characteristics human
prisoners show in prison," says Rector, who filed a
complaint July 21 with the National Marine
"Fisheries Service, the U.S Department of
Commerce organization formed to uphold
guidelines stipulated by the National Mammal
Protection Act, over Pepper's current condition.
Rector and other activists agree that Pepper should
be "humanely euthanized."
In Molly and Lady's case, comparisons can be
made to a 40-year-old who has spent 30 years of
life behind bars and is suddenly thrust back. into
society. In an interview with the Fort Lauderdale
Sun-Sentinel, National Marine Fisheries
spokeswoman Angela Calos said: "These dolphins
may have been prepared to live in the wild prior to
captivity, but they aren't equipped to do so now."
Rector does not disagree with Calos. However,
he says, dolphins have a "better chance" of
reacclimating to, their natural habitat than, say, a
lion such as the Born Free subject. Age and health
of the animal, he adds, are strong factors.
"Lady and Molly would not be ideal candidates
for the wild because of their age," Rector says.
"Molly is 34, and Lady is 40 with a liver disorder.
They could be reacclimated, it would just take
longer.
"Bogie and Bacall are good candidates for the
wild because they are young animals. As far as
fitting into the social structure of a wild dolphin
pod, Bacall would be taken in fairly easily
considering she is a female. Bogie, on the
otherhand, might have to accept a position of
subordination to the pod's dominant male."
Apparently, though, it won't happen. After two
weeks of swimming free and surviving by
performing tricks for fishermen for food, Bacall
was captured and placed back in the wire pen at the
Ocean Reef Club. A week later, on Aug. 7, Molly
and Lady were rounded up by nets and returned to
Ocean Ree'f.
Although Ocean Reef Vice President George
Bradley is "on vacation" and :unavailable for
comment, he was quoted in the Sun-Sentinel the
day after the capture, saying, "I'm very happy they
are back. The dolphins have a wonderful life here
at the club."


Yet, although the Ocean Reef Club keeps Molly,
Lady, Bogart and Bacall under the auspices of a
public viewing permit, the dolphin pen is only open
to residents of the Ocean Reef Club. Those
residents are charged admission to view the four
dolphins.
"That's what this is all about," says Rector.
"Money."


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Pier 9, slip 16, Dinner Key Marina


[ Wanted I-


VINTAGE VESSELS SOUGHT Movie makers
& television producers are often seekihg-1
antique, vintage & character boats.' boill'
sizes for utilization dr background settings
in their dated period productions. Here is a
chance not only. to.put your vessel to work
but to- provide it with the fame & glory of
being a movie star. Contact Flying "W", Inc.
305-467-0007 P.O. Box #1673; Ft
Lauderdale, FL 33302

ACE SALVAGE- cash paid for used or
unused boats, any size or condition.
Problem or stranded boats salvaged,
refloated & removed 949-4628.891-6808.


HURRICANE DAMAGED BOAT?
CALL US...
CLISTon MitA NE oooDWoR4, INe.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL
EST. 1982
SPECIALIZING IN ALL MAJOR REFITS
REPAIRS: STRUCTURAL, ELECTRICAL,
INTERIOR, EXTERIOR, PLUMBING

CALL FOR MORE INFO (305) 791-5457


WEST MARINE, a premier marine leader with
20 retail locations, is growing! We're
opening new stores & want you to join us
in becoming customer service champions.
We are SEEKING MANAGEMENT
CANDIDATES with retail experience for new
stores in your area. If you'd like to grow
with us, send a resume to: West Marine,
Human Resources Ad#RE780WN, 500
Westridge Dr. Watsonville. CA 95076.
DOCK SLIP for liveaboards in exchange for
security position at local marina.. Excellent
references required. Applicants please call
926-0300.
ASSEMBLERS: Excellent income to assemble
products from your home. 504-646-1700
DEPT P5342
HOFFMAN ENTERPRISES now accepting
applications for divers. Only those
experienced in bottom cleaning, zinc
replacement & prop r&r need apply. Must
provide references. No rookies. Wkly salary.
Call 584-6913.
MECHANIC- I/O MerCruiser gas engines.
Diesel experience a olus Call 754-7475.
CRUISE LINES NOW HIRING! $300-$900
WEEKLY. PHOTOGRAPHERS, TOUR GUIDES,
CASINO WORKERS, DECK HANDS, PLUS
MORE. HAWAII, CARIBBEAN, BAHAMAS.
1-609-467-9457 EXT C2180 24 HRS
USCG LICENSED TOW BOAT OPERATOR
Experienced. Send resume & copy of lic to
POB #030301 Ft Laud FL 33303




Desire, unpd crew deliver Garden 35' ketch
Annapolis-Ft Laud. Date flex. Geo 783-0698


NO HYPEI No exaggeration! Earn up to
$8000 a month handing out 1 video tape
a day. Easy work! Full training! 24-hour
recording Call 425-4411.
. A NANVAS SHOP est 17 yrs terms ,920-1390
USA TODAY says Products for the Masses
1st yr 12.5 mil/2nd yr 43 mil
3rd yr projection .100 mil +
LEADERSHIP TEAM NEEDED immediately.
Call 314-862-0643.
CITY OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT Third Annual
NAUTICAL FLEA MARKET October 24th &
25th Dan Witt Park 200 sq ft space $50. Six
spaces $250. All types of marine vendors
wanted. For information call Arlene Loesel
at 782-5773
MONEY TO BE MADE.
No Investment.
No Risk. 435-3884


A NEED EXTRA MONEY?
Be an Avon Rep
Avon
Be your own boss Make your own hours
New multi-level earning opportunity
Call Lyn 9-4 523-9948





SUNKEN BOATS
REFLOATED

UNWANTED BOATS
REMOVED

Capt. Ed Wiser
305-852-3393
Apr. 478-9591




WANTED BOATS
36'-70' Vessels for unique
national maintenance program.
Receive a check every month.
Call NOW/

SBoat &Breakfast
Ft. Lauderdale

305-527-0441


WATER TANKS'

ACCESSORIES

I HOLDING TANKS

PUMP-OUTS

TANK GAUGES

581-6996

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STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM? Call
Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All types & makes Lic & Insured.
DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
MARINE ELECTRIC- C. Tom Williams.
Your dock or mine. Absent owner service.
Call 981-4663.
CRUISER's SUPPLY- Electronics-electrical-
A/C-refrig-sales & repairs 878-0769
One Call does it all, complete vessel
maintenance, wash, wax, buffing, also
underwater services, hull cleaning, insured.
Call Mike of Expert Marine Service
at 961-7065 for complete mobile service.
RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES 15 yrs exp.
Sail/Power. DOCKSIDE REPAIR. Diesel/Gas.
General maintenance-troubleshooting. Fair
prices. Call Marc 587-5590.
ABOVE BOARD CONTROLS, INC.
Installation & repair of all
controls & steering
M.M.C. Electric, Morse, Hynautic.
305-791-6382 / Beeper: 305-497-0306
KAIWAHINE YACHT NAIAD STABILIZER
DEALER Sales, service, installation warranty.
Hydraulics Bruce Atkinson 475-9812
GELCOAT- repair & restoration 321-9073
WE WAX FIBERGLASS & VARNISH
TEAK 522-7028 Jeff
One Call does it all, complete vessel
maintenance, wash, wax, buffing, also
underwater services, hull cleaning, etc.
Insured. Call Mike at Expert Marine Service
961-7065. complete mobile service.
JET STAR MARINE-Shop/Dockside Services
fast/reasonable/guaranteed-mechanical or
electrical on inboard-I/O-outdrive repairs
off. 783-4966/beeper 422-4935.
Oil spill contingency plans
for vessels & facilities.
Call MESS 305 960-0810.
SEAGULL DEPOT- complete British Seagull
sales & svc-restoration of antique out-
board motors Call Jack 305-785-4090
Keep your boat looking good. Varnish
Paint/Teak R&R BRIGHTWORK will do it.
Call Roland 722-1845.
$20 OIL CHANGE twin $30 plus oil &
filter. Minor repairs too. Gas only.
Terry's Dockside Svc. 922-2106

CAPTAIN will care for yachts. 30 yrs exp.
Semi retired, needs extra income. Also
house handyman Refs 305-523-7564
Complete Marine Repairs
SALVAGE & RECOVERY
Crews Available
Trucks & Trailers
with experienced crews
MASTER MECHANICS
authorized factory. service
FIBERGLASS SPECIALISTS
FREE ON-SITE INSURANCE APPRAISALS
DCC MARINA
10 Bryan Rd, Dania, FL. 305-929-6125
HotLine 305-772-0211
Fax Line 305-771-0597




SPIECIALTe

PUAT PAINTING
AWLGRIP, IMRON,
INTERSPRAY
TRAILERABLE BOATS
FIBERGLASS REPAIR
WE HANDLE ALL INSURANCE CLAIMS
r.LUD(305) 583-8801


Systems Analysis
Service & Installation


II N *0 Electrical
,e Generator
oP>, tE Air Conditioning
SEVC-- Refrigeration
Watermaker
Dockside & 24 hr. Service
(305) 524-0806
Enrique (Henry) Londono
Pager (305) 879-6633


Marine Services continued

Soft Pad Grinding
Epoxy Seal Application
15 Year Anti-foul Available
Hull Refit
940-8859





TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service, parts. All makes 764-6192.
REFRIGERATION & A/C repairs 527-0540
SPECIAL TECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty $1395 Call 764-6192.
COMPLETE Marine A/C Refrigeration.
Call JP Daly 568-2674 beep 528-3143

CRUISER's SUPPLY- Cruisair A/C sales
svc, refrig repairs all makes 878-0769





CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
Call 781-1970
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486
CARIBBEAN CANVAS MOBILE DOCKSIDE
SERVICE 305 942-4211. SEE OUR AD PG 11.
MARTIN's SHIPWRIGHT SERVICE Biminis,
enclosures, dodgers, cushions.
New & Repairs. Marine Carpentry & Canvas.
Family owned. Ft Laud. 763-9351

SAIL REPAIRS I
RIGGING SERVICE
CANVAS WORK'AND SUPPLIES
Qua/iy work reasonable rates.
713C'-7L7171 3 *


ATLANTIC YACHT
SERVICES
REPAIRS
MAINTENANCE
REF/TTING

CANVAS & UPHOLSTERY
FROM TOPS TO BOTTOMS
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY AT
REALISTIC PRICES
(305)-525-9040





DAILY FRESH SEAFOOD MARKET specializing
in catering & fresh seafood Ph 581-7271
PARTY CATERERS- from intimate parties of
2 or grand galas for 1000. Call 975-7626.


Food For Thought
3696 NW 16 St., Ft Lauderdale.


584-1980


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. Prep & varnish work.
Kathleen 462-0832.
YACHT POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock.
CalLt.B- ailev at 921-8286.


OCEA!j
BRITE SYSTEMS
with Licensed
APPLE POLISHING & Insured
MARINE.AUTOMOTIVE.AIRCRAFT
Warranted Acrylic Teflon Polishing
"Never Wax Again"
Teak Cleaning & Brightening
Monthly Service Programs
Brite Work
SFree Estimates. No Obligations
305-381-8243


CLEANING continued
MORNING STAR YACHT SERVICE.
ext/int cleaning varnish delivery.
Reliable, dependable honest. Please call
Capt Jeff Denis 522-7028. Rev. 22:16.

DETAILS-R-US. Wash & wax. Compound,
buff engine cleaning, carpet cleaning,
free est. Low rates. Call Jim 462-5404


M&S MARINE MAINTENANCE: wash,
buffing w/Teflon teak, waterline, int/ext.
Dressing & underwater hull cleaning. Fax
305-892-2918 Beep 855-1799 appt Only
927-2014 Low rates Lic/Ins

From "Biminies to Barnacles" Miami
Beach to Dania. 861-2433. *
KAIWAHINE DETAILING- Int & ext, carpets,
wash, wax, teak. Complete marine maint.
Patricia Atkinson 475-2125 beep 528-0379
East Coast Boat Detailing *.. Polishing,
washing, teak cleaning, free service calls.
GREAT RATES. Call Rocky 344-6166
WASH & WAX $15 by hand. Wash & detail
$7. If you supply your own items the cost
will be $5 for wash & detail. Wash & wax $9.
Dania Beach Blvd & US 1. Thurs-Sat.
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Detailing
BS ^1, At Its Finest
Reliable Cleaning, Polishing and Refinishing
Below Market Prices
Bonded, Licensed and Insured
305-463-1414 878-1629 (Mobil)


PRO POLISHING
SERVICE --

COMPLETE AUTO BOAT
DETAILING


Authorized Dealer
IE('TOR CII( 0co


MARINA 945-3934 IOME 866-6265
Free Demonstration on Your Boat




CELLULAR PLUS COMMUNICATIONS 565-1240
3351 N Andrews Ave, Oakland Park. FL




YACHT CAPTAIN- 150-ton lic. Power & Sail,
all areas, charters & deliveries,
exclnt refs. Capt Ed Wiser 305-852-3393.
Want that vessel delivered with TLC? We
have a crew of exceptionally qualified USCG
licensed capts ready to serve-
WILLIAM I. NOBLE INC.
Cant Rill Noble. 305-822-4433


POWER OR SAIL.
All oceans-65,000 miles logged. Refs.
MiMhael 305-56RR4-1032 eveningss)


30-YR OLD SEMI RETIRED CAPTAIN
100 gross tons USCG lic, FAA lic pilot, PADI
lic scuba instructor, concealed weapons lic
(if needed) searching for part time local
yacht work maint/captain. Salary negotiable.
Please contact Capt Frank at 424-3378 or
leave message.


AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job
too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.
AC/DC Installation & troubleshooting.
CRUISER'S SUPPLY 878-0769,
Complete Marine ELECTRICAL. Call JP Daly
568-2674 beep 528-3143.



ELEeTRONI 5'
* Sales Installation Service
SNavigation Communications
SGPS Loran Radar
*Autopilots *SSB ,
SSelectable Interfacing
* Dockside Services
CONCORD MARINE SERVICES, INC.
Licensed and Insured Located at Harbour Towne Marine
305-921-8400 305-923-4642


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,
3
GB's UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE-
clean & maintain boat bottoms including
replacing zincs & pulling props. Monthly & bi-
monthly service available. In Broward call
Geoff 431-1923 I n Dade 957-9620.
DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props.Shafts*Zinc-Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days Phone #(305) 922-6089
Stephen James
Underwater Hull Maintenance:
Fair Prices, Honest Work.
Broward and WPB 305-698-6024
GALAPAGOS DIVER- Hull cleaning & zincs-
Props.Shafts*Cutless bearings removed &
replaced. 940-1725 Beeper 996-6426.



IHOW'S YOUR BOTTOM?
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*Prop Removal & Installation ESTABLISHED 1976
Bottom Cleaning & Inspections
* Photo & Underwater Video Surveys (305) 989-1377


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

FIBERGLASS & GELCOAT repair, any type
paint, transom repairs & rotten floors.
Compound, waxing, non-skid expert.
Freeestimates. 642-4991.

Hank Adams Marine Contractor
Paint & fiberglass repair, varnish
20 yrs exp. Refit mangt. Free estimates.
Call 467-2431.






James Sullivan professes a knowledge
Celestial Navigation, LORAN-C & USC
OPERATOR's LIC PREP. Will teach same 1
seafarers for $12/session. 407-694-2129.





INTENSE 2 DAY COURSE
FOR DETAILS
PHONE 800-BOAT-101


SUSCG APPROVED
fY RADAR: Recerts: WALK-IN
Originals: Monthly
FLASHING LIGHT CERTIFICATE
TEST HERE ANY DAY!!
Prepare for ALL USCG EXAMS
AT CALL 1-800-423-9267






Fort Lauderdale, Flonda
Unique Instruction Program.
Liveaboarddasses:basicsailingthru
advancedoceanvoyagingand
celestial navigation. Florida Keys,
Bahamas, Transatlantic.
BareboatChutering Certificates.
worldwide recognition.
American Sailing Assoation Affiliate
305 -768-0846





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


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BOAT LETTERING BY CAROL- specializing in
hand painting gold leaf vinyl. All work
guaranteed. 764-2229 or 524-6765

Pre-spaced 3M VINYL BOAT LETTERING
7 yrs guar. Can be installed in or out of
water. Get 10% off with this ad
Computerized Lettering, 1530-C North
Federal Highway, Pomp Beach.
782-2267 or 800-321-5387.

LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 763-4783.
CUSTOM PRINTED T-SHIRTS, Gold
Leaf, Transoms. Custom Logos. 779-1074.
QUALITY BOAT LETTERING GOLD
LEAFING. Reliable service with satisfaction
guaranteed Claudia 920-0533.
VINYL LETTERING & LOGOS. Call for FREE
color brochure or estimate. Dockside
service avail. Bruce 485-7744.





ATTENTION BOATERS & CREWS
MAIL FOWARD/NGWORLD-WIDE
i* LALBOXENTALSL
TJUSMA/LBAL!L 1402 E LAS OLAS
BL VD. 467-8085 FAX 522-5174



SMAILBOXESETC.

We're hie nIliegest lle lsriic \e I)o II f1 0lil!"
Personalized Services for Boaters with
World-wide Mall & Package Forwarding
Mailbox & Postal Services
.* Custom Packaging
Shipping Supplies
Fax Service & Copy Center
Authorized UPS Shipper
(305)538-5076 FAX(305)538-3287
1521 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139





CARPETS by Ray- 40 yrs exp.in custom
marine service. Sold & installed by same
master mechanic. Call 583-4067.



M 0arn S e

BOATLIFTS, DAVITS, all phases of marine
construction. Licensed. Insured. Best
guaranties. 407-750-4255. Boca Dock &
Seawall has moved to a new location.
See our ad on oane.1L1
DOCK PILE restoration. Save your wooden
dock economically. Call Dan 462-3179.


CROSS COUNTY SANDBLASTING 943-8877
See our display ad on page 8
PARTS & SIGNS on Davie Blvd' 581-2777
Blast Off Sandblasting See our ad
page 14. Call 781-4333


Call the WATERFRONT NEWSto
place a classified ad. 524-9450
PC,,-


MARINE PLUMBER- 15yrs local. New
installations, repairs. Wide exper.
Reasonable, trustworthy. Working with legal
marine sanitation device laws since 1976.
Call Nautical Johns 467-7847


SALES & SERVICE
GALLEY MA!D PUMPS

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Fkesuw5""'D 20wk
wE Pump l IT We pay CASH
for your old
Galley Maid Pumps



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AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, INC. 523-5157
Custom Photography-Your house or boat.
1402 E Las Olas Blvd, Suite 1079


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ACCU-PROP Inc.
1569 N Dixie Hwv. Pompano


POWER PROPELLER
2611 NW 21 TERR., Miami, FL 333


FREE CARIBBEAN VACATION. OK, so nothing
in life is "free", but the price is very
"affordable". This attractive, businessman-
turned sailor, 44, 5'10", 165 Ibs, college
grad, is looking for one special lady to
become my permanent first mate for a
lifetime commitment. If honesty, integrity,
love, laughter, moonlit beaches & exotic
faraway islands appeal to you then send a
note & photo to Box 1024, 1402 E Las Olas
Blvd, Ft Laud, FL 33301. Together we'll
cruise the Caribbean and beyond
MIDWESTERN RAISED LADY, 35, 5'2",
brunette, well adjusted, easy going, likes
sailing, art fests, jazz, camping & more.
Seeking an outdoor guy who's successful,
secure & has a good sense of humor. Please
write Waterfront News, Box #102, 1523
South Andrews Ave Ft Laud FL 33316.


PERSONALS continued
LIVE YOUR DREAM! Sail away with this 40's
DWN on a well equipped 42' sailboat. I'm
currently exploring Chesapeake Bay,
planning to head south via the ICW in mid
October & winter in the Bahamas- then?
Seeking kindred spirit to enjoy sailing,
scuba, biking, beaches & people. I'm open,
honest, warm, supportive, nonsmoker, great
sense of humor & enjoy life. You are
attractive, intelligent, quick witted, open
minded & free to travel. Reply with photo,
phone & dreams. Write Box #110 c/o
Waterfront News, 1523 S Andrews Ave,
Fort Lauderdale. FL 33316.
MALE SANS ISSUE seeks slim athletic lass
under 55 to share water oriented pleasure.
Details: Box 1798 Ft Lauderdale. FL 33302
Place a personal ad in Waterfront News.
We reach affluent, well-traveled boaters
looking for that special someone.


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Read (lhe personals! Mce( people in lune with your hoaling
lifestyle. We reach interesting, well-Iraveled
People fromn Coconut Grove to Paln Beach.
Whiy not expand your horizons? For just
$5 per line, you could meet tIhat special
SOIIICOIe ...
And for only $1 per month, we'll provide
you with your own mailbox to conveniently -
and confidentially receive your responses.
Call (305) 524-9450 or (800) 226-9464 for morc details.
Or fax your ad to (305) 524-9464.
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MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
781-0192 purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
633-5100 neaner Tel 791-8628.


321


BurgAlert BOAT BURGLAR ALARM devices
since 1973, 5 min. set-up. 800-767-2527.



BOAT ALARMS
Ptrotect Your Investment!

305-588-4015
FREE SECURITY EVALUATION
STATE OF THE ART
PROGRAMMABLE ALARM SYSTEM
FROM 499.95 INSTALLED

SYSTEM INCLUDES ALARM. SIREN & 4 SENSORS
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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
Specializing in INTERIORS, HEADLINERS,
CUSHIONS. Any type of LEATHER WORK.
YACHT TEN. Inc. 305-776-1167
MIAMI- Custom canvas, cushions & repairs.
Call 305-285-9729


MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rowe at 792-6092


ANSTEY & PRICE, Inc.- marine surveyors.. All
types surveys power & sail.
Call David Price at 305-463-6946.
DIESEL ENGINE SURVEY, oil analysis,
troubleshoot & repair. Power/sail Diesel
Tech 564-4412 #1 service
RHODES MARINE SURVEYORS &
CONSULTANTS Inc. Mark Rhodes, Mike
Rhodes, Ed Stanton. Buyers, insurance &
evaluation. Power & sail.
Call 946-6779 or 946-6671
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick Williamson
407-272-1053 800-329-1053.
C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Pre-purchase, insurance.
C.aII .lim Sanislo 407-495-4920


ROGER P. KLEMPNER & COMPANY
Certified Marine Surveyor/Consultant
Prepurchase, financial, insurance surveys.
Specializing in smaller vessels from 17'.
Member: ABYC.AIMS.NFPA.SNAME.USSA
Servicing St Lucie to north Broward
(4071 731-0550 24 hours


WILLIAM I. NOBLE, INC.
Marine Surveyors & Consultants. -,.s
Call Pill Noble 305-822-4433.


Alexander & Assoc Marine Surveyors
Lloyds of London 7 days 232-7171

Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place an ad.800-226-9464
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MICHAEL'S MARINE SERVICE offers
"Excellence in Woodworking' to the
waterfront community. Specializing in
custom furnishings & fabrications for sailing
& power vessels. Established in 1981. 2101
SW 2 Av, Ft. Laud. 765-1466.

.31 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Custom fabrication and repairs
on wood and fiberglass.
Jack Anderson 462-6758
AT YOUR SERVICE- Finest varnishing,
teak restoring & yacht detailing.
Call Rico 524-7032.
WOODFINISHING interior refinishing &
touch-up pickling spray painting *
specializing in wood graining.
Call Patti Sehi 524-0783.

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

VARNISHING by sunshine boat-
Stripping-Prep work-Decks-Teak cleaned.
763-6075


Fine Yacht Carpentry
'Tea decks
*r Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglas work
Highest quality
Competitive rates
Ship Shape Marine
SCall Gordon 764-2285


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BED AND BREAKFAST
NORTH PALM BEACH Intracoastal
Waterfront, 2 .story Key West style,
protected dockage, 2+ acres, private island,
5 rooms prvt baths, pool, spa. Day/wk/mo.
407-744-6315 or 744-2188.


VACATION-KEY LARGO 2 br all amenities
boat ramp. $40 day. $250 wk. 1-666-3890.


Renmondeled1 I BRont wrd $400 779-3845


LAS OLAS ISLES- waterfront apts. 1 &2
bedroom. Many to choose from $475 & up.
KRISTY/FLORIDAN REAL ESTATE 764-8885.
A1A GULF MILE STUDIO- million $ look.
Just remodeled furn. Pool, covered parking.
T.V., microwave, paddle fans, utilities &
cable incl. $575/mo. Call 564-0992.
CROMWELL EAST 1/1 condo- dock up to
40' undercover parking $800/mo annual SE
15 St. Call 767-0400 or 407-952-0091.

AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, TWO
1600SQ. FT. BAYS WITH A/C
OFFICE, OVERHEAD DOOR AND
3-PHASE POWER. MARINE
BUSINESS ONLY. CALL 921-0800.






Relocate your marine business to
the heart of one of Ft. Lauderdale's
fastest growing marinas...

Harbour Towne Marina.
Offices from 1,125 sq. ft, with
spectacular views. Service bays from
1,500 sq.ft., with docks at your door
by the day or the month.
Professionally managed, full-
service marina. Well-maintained and
clean. Restaurant site also available
for lease. Growing center of marine
activity. Easy ocean access with no
bridges. Only two miles from the Ft.
Lauderdale airport. Call (305) 920-
7225 for an appointment.


FOR RENT continued
LAUDERDALE ISLES- 3/2 house, Gulf
Stream Lane, Ig modern kitchen, tile
counters, open living area, deepwater
dockage, annual lease, available Nov.,
$1025/mo. Call 407-658-9034. -
BOYNTON BEACH office condo Intracoastal
view $350/mo. Call Jan at Martincavage
Brokerage 407-736-2988 Broker/Owner
WATERFRONT EFF. On Middle River near
Intracoastal with boat slip. No fxd brdgs.
Pool. $600/mo. 568-0905
PROFESSIONAL OFFICES- Andrews Ave.
Vicinity of Brwd Gen Hosp- spacious ofc w/
secretarial bay, computer, word processor,
dictating eqp, fully furn, all amenities.
$450/mo. Call 524-3237.




ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool BBQ Cable Laundry. Affordable
rates. Furn apts. Wkly/Mnthly 523-2156.


ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts & efficiencies. Pool, BBQ,
cabhl Ilanndrv Call 527-0026.


VILLA VENEZIA/AQUA MAR- Luxury 1&2
bedroom apts., studios & effs. Newly
remodeled & furnished. Heated Pool,
Laundry, Cable TV,, BBQ, Seasonal.
Call 305-779-2818.


LAS OLAS ISLES- 1/1.5 modern town
homes, pool, own washer/dryer, wkly,
mnthlv. seasonal from $250/wk 765-1984.


LAS OLAS 1&2 bed apts & dock
rental-pool.cable-BBQ.laundry.
764-4773
111 Isle of Venice. Cleanest & best
decorated waterfront apts in Ft Laud w/
private phones, maid service, pool,
weekly/monthly no pets 524-4430
LAS OLAS ISLES- waterfront apts. 1 &2
bedroom. Many to choose from $475 & up.
KRISTY/FLORIDAN REAL ESTATE 764-8885.
LAS OLAS ISLES- 50 Hendricks Isle. 1/1
waterfront apartment, newly renovated
unit. Ceiling fans, vertical blinds, white
kitchen w/new appliances. Pool, laundry,
parking. $745 yrly..
Call 305-764-8111 or 305-523-9758
HENDRICKS ISLE 1/1 unfurnished apt
central air. clean $525. Call 763-9732.
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- secure, 1/1,
gorgeous furnished apt. Docks available.
Hollywood 1/1 home 587-8451 no Dets


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Docks available on a
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Live-aboards permitted.
Promotional effort of Hendricks Isle & Isle of Venice Association.


APARTMENTS continued
SUPER LOCATION- waterfront apts *
efficiencies. Poolojacuzziocable.close to
shops & beach-laundry. Wk/mo. No pets.
Off Las Olas Summer rates. Ph 463-7067
LAS OLAS ISLES- spacious 2BR/2BA
includes deepwater dock, pool, A/C, W/D,
complete kitchen. $1200/mo/yr. 525-8459.
PEACEFUL RIVERFRONT location near
downtown-efficency.pool*AC*W/D
$350/mo 463-5517-DOCK AVAILABLE
ON NEW RIVER efficiency furnished $300
incl elec. Dock avail Call 728-9595
RIVERSIDE PARK- 3 great apts. Air, 1&2
bdrms, fireplace, fenced yard, w/d, pets ok.
Private Estate. Call 463-8905:
309 Hendricks Isle- 1/1 facing water, A/C,
w/d, cable. $550/mo. Dock avail. 977-9168.




Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable, phone, pool. laundry. 523-2156.
DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- night light,
locked fence, lovely spot. No Ivbds. Also
aoraeous furn 1/1 ant Call 587-8451.


DOCK FOR RENT- deep water, no fixed
bridges. Elec/water, phone & cable.
Beautiful surroundings: heated pool, BBQ
areas. Temporary & annual available.
Tele 527-0026
LAS OLAS ISLES- slips to 50' on Hendricks
Isle & Isle of Venice. Pool,laundry, phone,
cable available for $325 storage non-lvbd to
$400 Ivbd monthly. Parking.
Call 305-764-8111 or 523-9758.
LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE Call 779-7211
*ample dockside parking close to
downtown no fixed bridges phone &
cable avail quiet shady adult annual
VILLA VENEZIA & AQUA MAR DOCKS- up to
38'. Shwr Rm*Pool*Sun Deck-Cable
TV.BBQ.Security.Laundry 779-2818.
WEST LAS OLAS NFB, 70' dock/2-36' pref.
No Ivbd H20/elec incl. secure. 761-1191 ev
NEAR LAUD YACHT CLUB- ocean access, 3
min, 240v, water, telephone, (experienced
Caretaker available). John 523-7007
eves/462-7230 .
OFF NEW RIVER- to 60' locked fence-phone
12v*lights.H20.eleleccablpool 583-4065
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd slips up to 45'.
Shower, laundry. B-B-Q deck, phone, cable.
Call 763-9732.
POMP BCH- Deepwater dock available. No
fixed bridges 941-2294 after 5pm.
LAS OLAS- Hendricks Isle. Live-aboards.
Max beam 11'. $215-$325/mo. 765-1984.

I FREE DOCK for use of your 36'+ 1
sailboat. Upkeep & security.
I Near ocean. Nice. 523-6813 I
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE- water/elec. Off New
River. No Ivbds. Call 587-0707.
DOCK & CHARTER from quaint inn- Las Olas
area. Up to 60'; Unusual opportunity.
Call 305-462-0531
BANYAN MARINA APTS- 111 Isle of
Venice. Deepwater slips up to 50', heated
pool, laundry, private phones & cable TV.
Call 524-4430.
SO LAS OLAS ISLES up to 50'. Wtr., Elec
110/220. Security lites Call 764-0434.
1-95 & GRIFFIN ROAD, in water up to 40'.
Also under cover & live-aboards available.
Call 923-4899.


HENDRICKS ISLE EAST SIDE Ivbds, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Secured. Super
location SUMMER SPECIAL Call 463-7067
DEEPWATER- near Intracoastal NFB. Good
spots. no live-aboards Call 764-8075.
LAUDERDALE ISLES Deep water, ocean
access. No liveaboards.. 791-5906.
Sailboats up to 45' ok.
111 Isle of Venice. Cleanest private
dockage in Ft laud. 110-220, cable, private
phones, pool, laundry, no pets;
Call 524-4430.
Las Olas. 65'. no Ivbd. H20/elec 467-8554
Dock for rent, large deck, jacuzzi, utilities,
Las Olas area. Call 467-8817.
Hendricks Isle-liveaboard ok, clean & quiet.
After 6 call 525-4128
Las Olas & ICW, 100' Ig boat, H2Q & elec.
No Ivbd. Call 467-1316 or 462-2723.


HENDRICKS ISLE, Ivbd, max 65', 19' beam,
pool, laund, shwr, parking, no fxd brdg, neg.
rate. 407-393-7028 or 305-771-3059.
Plus studio $495 1 BR $650.
POMPANO BEACH private dock near
inlet deeo water uo to 60'. 946-3930


DOCKAGE continued
LAS OLAS-50' Ivbd, pool
shower, laundry. Wtr/elec
Call 764-4773.


BBQ,
$375.


UP TO 50'- 220/110 & water. No Ivbds.
Fenced. No fxd brdgs, 581-2315.


LAS OLAS ISLES- w/e, up to 50', 5' draft.
No Ivbds Call Mark 566-1281*522-7795 eve
RIVERLAND- hurricane safe, deep water,
fence, w/e, 60', sail/power, no fixed bridges.
Private. No Ivbd. 584-9218
DEEPWATER Dania cut-off. No sailboats, 40'
wtr/elec. $50 Der mo. Call 987-1065.
RIVERLAND off New River. Deepwater up to
70'. Water, elec/220, phone, cable. Night !
lights. Secure. No Ivbds. Call 581-2988,
BOCA- pvt dock, d/w. 60'. 407-392-9920. .
POMPANO BCH- calm wtr. No fx bdgs
110/220 Powerboat up to 40'. 786-2288.
HENDRICKS ISLE- pvt dock, no slips, lovely
view, up to 45'. $350/mo, Ivbds, util inc.
Call 771-7704.
FT LAUD-' up to 45' water/elec, pool &
parking, no fxd bridges. Call 463-1905.
NEW RIVER SOUTH FORK- Deepwater, ocean
access no fxd brdgs. Call 764-8564.
CITRUS ISLE- S Fork N.R. 25'-42' sail boat.
Elec/wtr. No Ivbds. Call 763-1357.
LHP-45'. 5 min to Hilsb Inlet. 781-7510.
LAS OLAS- no Ivbd, secure, wtr/110, max
36' Call 761-8791
LAS OLAS southside- up to 35', no Ivbds.
Ideal for sail secure Bill 764-0673
ORANGE ISLE- no Ivdb. elec/wtr 475-6709.
POMPANO- 2 docks 65' & 45'. Wtr/elec.
Deepwater. No Ivbds. Call 942-5907,
SOUTH FORK of New River, easy access
Riverbend area up to 50' wtr/elec. nice
location, very quiet. No Ivbd 463-8585
LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA 60'=$390,
45'=$295. Calm side canal, 0.5 mi to ICW. 6'
draft, no fx br, parking, 110/220. Apt 1/1 +
2/2 view over canal. T&F 491-0919.

ACROSS FROM PERFORMING
ARTS CENTER!!! Live/work on board,
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POMPANO 220' dock, 1.5 mi to inlet. Quality
location, no I/a, 5' depth. Call 537-5577, if
no answer try 781-3447.
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivdb $300 mo. 764-3939.

DFB- 50' deepwater, across Bird Isle,
private, No Wake Zone, ideal for sailboat,
water/elec, no Ivbds. 481-8798.

HALLANDALE-Private dock up to 50'
wtr/elec. Just off ICW. No Ivbd, $185 mo.
Call 305 458-4161.

I LAUD OFF ICW- $5/ft/mo. to 70'. No|
Ivbd. Wtr/Elec, deepwater. Call 463-6358.

DEEPWATER 3 min to port. Sail/power. 70'
max. Wtr/elec/tel No Ivbd 761-3627
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- up to 30',
STORAGE ONLY. $125/mo. Call 524-0372.
NEW RIVER: 60' dock. Elec/water, phone,
deepwater, ocean access. Call 583-5885.

90' DOCK 220/water, quiet, secured
neighborhood No Ivbd 6.5' draft 797-7160

Mango Isle No NFB Water/elec 522-3419
LHP-Min to inlet, deep wtr, no fxd brdgs,
elec/wtr, phone. No Ivbds. Up to 60'.
Call 786-9000
POMPANO new 75' dock, minutes to inlet,
deepwater, secure. Call 781-6876.
FT LAUD- sailboat to 75', 6.5' draft, near 17
St. Shows well for brokers sole occupancy,
water elec no Ivbd 524-5677
OFF CORDOVA ROAD- 10 minutes to ocean.
No fixed bridges Call 525-8142.
HENDRICKS ISLE- deepwater, wtr/elec. No
Ivbds. Call 525-4128*563-2424.
South Fork New River no liveaboards no
fixed bridges sailboat to 45' Ph 522-3303
Boat slips for rent- up to 40' 10'-10.5' beam
close to Port Evg. No fxd brdgs, wtr/elec. \
$150/mo. Call 467-1200.
LAUD ISLES OFF NEW RIVER- DW, ocean
acc. Wtr, 110/220, 40' dock, 5' draft. No6
Ivbd Only fxd brdg 1-95 Call792-7487
POMPANO BEACH- private dock near inlet,
up to 70' no Ivbd. Security lite 781-5244.
Liveaboard dock- $200/mo. H20 & elec incl.
Good hurricane hole North Fork 522-6716
2 DEEPWATER dock for rent, Middle River.
No fixed brides Call 524-7032
MIAMI BCH IS- 7' draft w/mntc up to 45'
ideal for absentee owner. No Ivbd. Secure.
$225/mo. Call 674-9716.








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fashionable Las O~laBlvd.

467-067


POMPANO WATERFRONT & OCEANFRONT
*1/1 $47,000 next to beach, low maintnc'
.2/2 $75,000 DW dock, pool, walk to beach
*2/2 $89,900 ocean view, tennis, balcony
*2/2 $99,000 ocean view garage security
*2/2 $129,900 ocean w/d garage sec, pets
DON INGRAM 943-8669 REALTOR
FT LAUD-Sailboats! 3/2 on 70' deepwater
off New River $124,900
Harbour Rity & MGT 764-3939
MARINE TOWER- Lowest price 2/2 in bldg.
SE view, security, covered pkg. $118,000
LANDFALL-2/1 corner unit, financing
available, dockage $53,900.
MIDDLE RIVER-2/2.5 townhome, modern
1700sq ft, waterway & pool views. $125K
KRISTY/FLORIDIAN REAL ESTATE 764-8885
RIVERSIDE- cozy 2-bd 2-ba, beamed ceiling,
waterfront, no fixed bridges, off New River.
New apple, kitchen, dock, fenced yard, move
in cond. Ass. Mtg. $119,000.
Call 942-6151 or 942-8883
CONDO ON WATER ocean access free
dockage 2BD/2BA 59K great view. Call Gail
DiCaterino 945-00442 Rose & Rose Realty.
OCEAN ACCESS 3/2 fam rm just reduced to
115K off Grif&43Av. Call Gail D. 945-0442
Rose & Rose Realty Owner ready to sell
JUST LISTED 65' of affordable deepwater
dockage. 3/2 on a canal just off the North
Fork of New River! FOR EVERYTHING
YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW
ABOUT WATERFRONT PROPERTIES,
CALL MARY ROBINSON, Realtor,
Prudential Fla Realty 522-0700.522-0968
Waterfront- Fort Lauderdale
Ocean access deepwater
California style tri-level home
3-bedrm, 2-bath, large family room
cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors
tile floors, solar, tropical yard
plus more, list price is $179,000.
Call Marc Archambault, Realtor
760-7787 or 763-9490
Moraan ManaaemenLCo.. Inc.


DOCKAGE GREAT-
FULLY WANTED FOR
ONE SMALL SAILBOAT
BY OWNER WHO PRO-
MISES NEVER TO BE A
BOTHER. PLEASE CALL
524-4057


REAL ESTATE continued
DEEPWATER tropical paradise. Young exec
home. 3/2, gar, dock, davits, spa, tv sat. SE
Pomp canal near ICW. $199.900. 782-5897.
FORT LAUDERDALE 100' WATERFRONT
On wide canal, no fixed bridges:
Coral Ridge, east of Bayview Drive 3
bedrooms, 2.5 baths, pool, 2-car garage,
$379,000. Contact me for all the details:
Gerald J. Sykes, Realtor,.direct line 305-561-
7321 or 305-771-2600. Prudential Florida
Realty. independently owned,
BOYNTON BEACH OFFICE CONDO for sale
with dockage $129,000 Intracoastal view.
Call Jan at Martincavage 407-736-2988


MIAMI RIVER
RIVER RUN CONDO-MARINA
1700 N.W. NO. RIVER DR
1BR/1BA INCLUDES
40' SLIP/50 AMP $62,500
2BR/2BA NICE MARINA
VIEW-CLEAN $54,900
2BR/2BA HI FLOOR FABULOUS
VIEWS-UPGRADES $65,000
POOL PARKING SECURITY
CALL KENT DELANO 545-5832


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ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
oMs'462-5770 |


-LAS OLAS ISLES JUST LISTED
DESIRABLE PELICAN ISLE -. 3 bdrms,.3
baths, completely remodeled home w/family
room & pool. Large New master Suite & gor-
geous bath w/Jacuzzi tub. Big eat-in kitchen.
100 ft deep water. Call for details $595,000.
*VENETIAN CONDO Great Location on Las
Olas &ICW. 2 bdrm, 2 bath w/split bedrooms.
High floor w/sensational panoramic ocean &
ICW view! Covered pkg & dockage as
available, $125,000. Motivated!
.CITRUS ISLES DEEPWATER NO FIXED
BRIDGES 3 bedroom, 2 bath with new
master bath and white tile floors throughout.
$224,900.
-WALK TO THE BEACH! 2/2 Condo in great
location just 3 blocks from beach. Just Listed
$60,000.
CITRUS ISLESS SAILBOAT COUNTRY!
No fixed bridges, 2 bdrm, updated kitchen,
65' on deep canal. Just Listed $165,000.
SDEEPWATER DUPLEX 2 Bedroom/1 bath
and 2 bedroom/2 bath, Central A/C, 32'
Waterfront. $159,900!
-DEEPWATER RARE "ROA" ZONING -
Currently rental units and deepwater docks.
Zoning allows for conversion to office.
Currently generating $2,600 per month
income. $329,000.
- LAS OLAS ISLE 200' OF DEEPWATER
DOCKAGE! 3 Bedroom, 2 bath pool home
completely updated. Just reduced! $495,000.
-OCEAN ACCESS Plantation Isles Large
executive 3 bedroom, 2 bath pool home,
Great family neighborhood! $219,900.
SLAS OLAS ISLES. Spectacu riew of Intra-
coastal & New River SlU hyis fabulous
custom contem r; 4 bdrm, 5 bath
pool hom10wV of protected deepwater
dockage !d ced$1,395,000.
-TARPON RIVER AREA. Income property -
two spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath Duplexes
side by side cent. A/C & washer/dryer each
apt. Buy one $124,900 or Both $249,800.
DEEPWATERR HOME FOR LEASE
Citrus Isles-3/2, 80' water, cent. A/C, great
New River view $1300/mo.
*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).
171 .......:..:.:.S51,900 271i/2 ..........S73,900
1/1 ...............$54,900 2/2 ..ESTATE....69,200
1/1 .............. 57,900 2/2 ..ESATE...S77,900
1/ 1/2........... $67,900 2/2 ..............S82,900
1/11/2........... 68,400 2/2 ............... 88,500
1/11/2........... S74,900 2/2 ...............S89.900
1/11/2........... $76,900 2/2 .............S107,900
2/11/2 ........... S62,900 2/2 .............S114,900
2/11/2 ...........S71,900 2/2 .............S119,900
River Reach rentals also available
1 Bdrms $550-650/month
2 Bdrms $700-1,000/month annual leases
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS
AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"/ Have Qualified Buyers!"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(305)462-5770
Living and Working on the New River


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