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Title: Waterfront news
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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1993
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Fort Lauderdale
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    Main: The Keys
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    Main: Marine Community Calendar & Tide Tables
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    Main: Commerce
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    Main: Diving
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Lauderdale to Key West race sets sail


By DAVID PEREYRA
Special to the Waterfront News
FORT LAUDERDALE Many of America's finest
offshore yachting enthusiasts will set sail from the
Lauderdale Yacht Club in Fort Lauderdale Thursday,
January 14, 1993 at the start of the 18th Annual Fort
Lauderdale to Key West Invitational. One of the yachting
world's most prestigious and challenging distance races, the
Invitational is a 160-mile openwater endurance sprint.


"The race starts at 9 a.m. in the morning and the crews
will go on throughout that day and night," says race
chairman Gordon Oliver. "The Fort Lauderdale to Key West
Invitational is a race that provides a real distance test to
offshore crews because of this continuous, one leg run.
With Key West as the destination, there's really no other
race in the United States quite like it."
Sponsored by both the Lauderdale Yacht Club and the


Search for Mike Plant is suspended


By DAVID SILVA
Special to the Waterfront News
NEW YORK At 5:45 a.m. EST Nov. 25, divers
from the French ocean-going tug Malabar braved
treacherous 15 to 20 foot seas, whipped by 40 knot winds,
to inspect the interior of the capsized sailing vessel Coyote.
There were no signs of its skipper, Michael Plant of
Minneapolis.
The Malabar also reported the liferaft was on board, in
the cockpit and partially inflated.
Based on this information, the Coast Guard has
suspended its search for the missing mariner. At the time of
the Malabar's report, four aircraft were actively searching
for Plant, who might have been able to enter his liferaft
when the Coyote capsized.
The massive search for the vessel involved aircraft
from the United States, Britain, France and Canada, which
staged from Canada, Bermuda, Iceland, the Azores
(Portugal), France and Ireland. The participation of vessels
from the United States, France, Liberia and Panama
demonstrated to all, the true spirit of international
cooperation employed when lives and property are in peril
at sea, United States Coast Guard officials said.
The tanker Protank Orinoco reported to the United
States Coast Guard New York that it had located the sailing
vesse! Coyote at 7:40 a.m. EST in position 46 54 N/026


51 W or about 460 nautical miles north of the Azores on
early Sunday morning, Nov. 22.
The Coyote was floating upside-down with no apparent
signs of its skipper, Michael Plant.
According to Orinoco's report, the hull was intact with
no visible signs of damage, however, the keel bulb
(weighed end of the keel) was missing. The portion of the
rigging and sails that could be seen below the surface as the
Coyote crested the 8-foot seas, also appeared undamaged.
Plant departed New York October 16 on a single-
handed trans-Atlantic voyage to Les Sable D'Olonne,
France. He has not been heard from since October 21 when
he contacted a passing merchant vessel. At that time, he
requested that a message be relayed to his fiancee in France
that he had lost all electrical power but was continuing on
his voyage.
Plant was attempting to sail to France to make the
start of the Globe Challenge, a non-stop single-handed
sailboat race around the world. Ironically, the same day the
search for Plant was halted, the body of a Globe Challenge
participant, Nigel Burgess, was discovered in the South
Atlantic. Rescuers found Burgess floating in the seas near
his sailboat and liferaft. His yacht was slowly sinking bow
first. He had suffered a massive head injury, perhaps from a
swinging boom, as he tried to board his raft.


Storm Trysail Club, the 2-day Invitational is a navigational
challenge, requiring crews to steer a route that borders a
reefline along the south Florida coast all the way to Key
West. Unlike other buoy yacht races, Invitational
participants must contend with changes in tide, open water
navigation and night sailing. This mix has created a stellar
race that attracts an international yachting field and includes
many of Florida's champion yachtsmen.
,Last year's Invitational drew more than 115 boats in
nine different classes, and this year participation is expected
to increase due to the Invitational's recent addition as a leg
of the Mumm's World Cup.
An officially handicapped yacht race, Fort Lauderdale to
Key West Invitational race categories include IMS and
PHRF divisions as well as a Multihull category. The $150
entry fee includes the entry fee into the Saturday, January
16 Key West Conch Grinder off-shore race. Trophies will
be awarded for first, second and third place in each race
category. The award presentation takes place Saturday,
January 16 at the race pavilion. Race entries must be
received by Friday, January 8, 1993.
Fur further information on the Fort Lauderdale to Key
West Invitational, call 305-524-5500 or write to Gordon
Oliver, the Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race Committee,
Lauderdale Yacht Club, 1725 SE 12th Street, Fort
Lauderdale, FL 33316.


Local tune-up to Key West
FT. LAUDERDALE The Gulfstream Sailing Club
here announces the second annual running of Gulfstream
Sailing Club's Regatta for the Stoli Cup. It is hosted by
the sailing club out of Bahia Mar Yachting Center.
Racing will begin promptly at 9:00 on Saturday,
January 9, 1993.

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be announced at the 4th National Water Rights Conference,
to be held in Stuart, Florida, Feb. 5-8, 1993.
Capt. Leo J. Black, chief of the Short Range Aids to
Navigation Division for the U.S. Coast Guard,
Washington, D.C., is expected to announce the results of a
year-long review of the issues surrounding shared federal,
state and local jurisdiction.
"The Coast Guard has taken this review very
seriously," says Capt. Black. "We realize the issue of
shared jurisdiction is a major concern to boaters today. We
intend to announce the results of the review at the February
conference. "Capt. Black was appointed by Admiral J.W.
Kime, Commandant of the Coast Guard, to spearhead the
policy review, based on a thorough examination of issues
by the Coast Guard's legal branch.
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New city dockage facilities hoped to boost Riverwalk


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
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FORT LAUDERDALE After wading through
design problems and other delays, the Cooley's Landing
marina should finally open in late January.
The facility, at Northwest Seventh Avenue in
downtown Fort Lauderdale, is expected to play a major role
in the development of Riverwalk, the city's long
anticipated waterfront complex.
In addition to the proposed 39 slips, the marina will
also have showers, rest rooms a Laundromat, parking, cable
and electrical hook-up and sewage pumps.
"It's been long overdue," said city dockmaster Hilton
Brown, Jr.
Indeed. According to several Riverwalk watchers, the
city has not done enough to make the area accessible to
those who want to enter it via the water.
"It's over landscaped," said Bill Bigoney, a local
architect who resides in Sailboat Bend and had helped draw
the original designs for the historic waterfront district. "It's
a big promenade going nowhere."
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle said the city has
lost about $50,000 in dock revenues due to the delay.
"I'm very disappointed Naugle said. [The Cooley's
Landing] project is very much behind schedule."
Initially, the marina was to open in May, but a series
of design flaws and contract scheduling kept pushing the
date forward, Naugle said.
Bigoney hopes that Cooley's Landing will attract more
liveaboards and snowbird boaters.
"They lend a certain charm to an area," he said.
Attracting the boating public is an important
component to Riverwalk's success, said Don Schneider,
manager of the Chart House restaurant located in the heart
of the Riverwalk area.
The waterfront restaurant, which is surrounded by a 122-
foot dock, already attracts a fair number of boaters, he said.
To draw more, the city needs to better promote the
project's nautical motif, observers say.
But not everyone is a critic.
Bob Bekoff, a member of the city's Marine Advisory
Board, said he can't understand what all the complaining is
about. Riverwalk has improved ten-fold over the years, he
said.


"I guess if you gave strawberries to pigs they'd
complain about it too," he said. "The only hardship is that
you can't park a car in front of the slips."
Bekoffs water taxi service has been ferrying passengers
to points along Riverwalk since 1990.
Among the more popular stops are the Broward Center
for Performing Arts and the recently relocated Museum of
Science and Discovery. Monthly jazz brunches held along
the river has also drawn people by both boat and car, he
said.
City officials and developers have other plans in the
works to draw more life to the area, including the proposed
Brickell Station project.


Groundbreaking for Brickell Station is slated for late
January. Developers overseeing the project include Jack
Loos, Pat Procacci and Austin Forman.
The 3.6 acre tract is expected to be modeled after the
Church Street entertainment complex in Orlando, Naugle
said.
Included will be restaurants, boutiques and bars. AMC
Theaters has also signed a deal to place a 22-screen movie
theater on the property.
Although it is not known how many slips will be
available, developers have promised that boaters will not be
overlooked in their plans, Riverwalk officials say.
"For years, the city has turned its back on the river and
downtown," Naugle said. "But things are turning around."


Riverwalk Fine Arts and Crafts Show January 17 and 18


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FORT LAUDERDALE The Second Annual
Riverwalk Mid-Winter Fine Arts and Crafts Show, the first
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Boaters framed for manatee mortality, letter writer says


To the Editor:
In your December 1992 issue Associated Press writer
Bill Bergstrom Wrote concerning the speed limits imposed
on recreational boaters as directed by the State of Florida.
In this article he stated that 174 manatee were found
dead last year and that collisions with boats were the
leading cause of these deaths.
While I have not had the opportunity to read the other
12 counties studies for this plan I have read the study
compiled by Dade County.
In their attempt to justify nearly banning watersports
in Biscayne Bay Dade County lumped together all manatee
deaths that could have possibly been caused by anything
that floats into one category, "Boats and Barges." Even
including the deaths caused by the commercial operations in
the Miami River and the Dade County Seaport the study
could only attribute 22 deaths in the past 17 years to boats.
There is almost no way that the tens of thousands of
recreational boaters in Dade County can be blamed for more
than one manatee death annually.
The majority of manatees killed die in the locks and
flood gaes operated by state and county water control
districts. These gates will account for most of the 174
deaths reported by Mr. Bergstrom. Manatees are also killed
intentionally by humans, by disease and pollution and of
course die naturally.
These manatee protection laws aimed at recreational
boaters will not help the manatee. The recreational boater is
not the problem and the state and the counties included in
this mandate are well aware of it.
All these laws will do is give the illusion that
something is being done for the manatee. It will also serve


to placate the affluent property owners living along the
Intracoastal Waterway and on the bay that find powerboats,
watersports and jet skis and waverunners annoying.
The numerous speed zones established by Dade County
in the past several years have not resulted in fewer manatee
deaths. Dade County's report indicates that the number of
manatee deaths caused by boats has remained constant for
the past 17 years.
Fishing, watersports and boating are more than
recreation to Floridians, they are a lifestyle. Millions of
residents and tourists enjoy the many aspects of Florida's


"sun and fun" lifestyle. The laws imposed by these counties
at the direction of the State of Florida are unfair,
unnecessary and cannot be justified.
Rather than quoting unnamed officials with their
misleading numbers perhaps Mr. Bergstrom would look
into the effect these laws will have on the manatee and
Floridas boaters. He may find that the real motivation
behind these laws has little to do with the manatee.
Robert Edmonds
North Miami


About that Broward County Manatee & Safety Plan


Editor's note: Below is an open letter from a Waterfront
News reader to R. Dale Patchett, Deputy Assistant
Executive Directorfor Marine Resources (DNR), Florida
Department of Natural Resources in Tallahassee.

Dear Mr. Patchett:
Like many other citizens of Broward County who
enjoy boating and at the same time have concern for the
welfare of our natural resources, I wish to most strenuously
object to the actions of your department with regard to the
"Broward Plan." After countless hours of work by a
representative citizen panel, endless public hearings and
official sanction by our county's elected representatives, the
County Commission, you and yours have seen fit to
cavalierly toss aside this body of work and in it's place
promote a planss, authored by your staff.


Jimmy Buffett on manatees & Florida Audubon Society


To the Editor:
Save the Manatee Committee was created in 1981 by
former Florida Governor Bob Graham because of the need
to save the endangered manatee. At the same time,
Governor Graham appointed me chairman of Save the
Manatee Committee. Our fledgling organization, was
umbrellaed under the Florida Audubon Society so we could
accept donations using Audubon's tax-exempt incorporated
status. Save the Manatee Committee has acted ever since as
the governing board to the club, setting policy, goals and
objectives and approving budgets, staffing needs, and all
other business affairs and advocacy positions of the club.
When I accepted the appointment as chairman of the
committee, it was always with the idea in mind that,
eventually, we would incorporate as an independent
organization. From the beginning, we have been affiliated
with Florida Audubon Society only so Audubon could help
administer the club's finances and provide clerical and
support services. FAS has always been paid for these
services by us, and they were never given any policy-
making or supervisory power by us over Save the Manatee
Club. Funds raised in the name of Save the Manatee Club
are used only at the discretion of the committee.
In February, Save the Manatee Committee announced
its intention to incorporate. On March 4, 1992, Florida
Audubon Society President Bernard Yokel removed Judith
Vallee as executive director of SMC and took possession of
the SMC office and records without any consultation or
authorization of the committee. The committee, represented
-by the firm of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell (providing
services free of charge), sued the Society late in March for
the return of its assets. Over a two month period, the court


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On June 26, 1992, Seminole County Circuit Judge C.
Vernon Mize, Jr., signed an order, granting a temporary
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ever, manatees need your involvement.
Jimmy Buffett
Key West
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I choose not to take up the argument of experts "A"
versus experts "B". Frankly, from the hearings I attended, it
was clear to any objective person that staffers on all sides
of the issues, including the unsmiling group from DNR,
had a fixed mindset and like well rehearsed actors, popped
up on the cue when given any opportunity to further
promote their personal opinions.
What is most troubling is that your actions make a
mockery of the county-wide process that brought us the
"Broward Plan"! If indeed the hearings, panels, etc. were to
have no meaning, why did we have them? If, in the final
analysis, those of you with DNR residing in Tallahasseee,
know more about Broward than Broward, why weren't we
enlightened? (Your staffers kept your secret well.) Why did
we go through the motions?
I don't know with any degree of certainty that any
particular addition to, or deletion from, a "plan", will have
significant impact on the survival of the manatee. You
don't either. I believe the continued growth of Florida will
negatively impact wildlife, including the manatee, no
matter what we (you) do. I do know that you can not be
more certain or more informed than those that brought you
the "Broward Plan". You only listen to different opinion;
not better opinion; not more enlightened opinion; not more
educated opinion; just different opinion opinion that
does not have the support of Broward County.
I am not a part of the marine industry nor do I work in
a related field. I like boats and the outdoors. My concern for
your action is personal. You may rely on my strong and
continuous opposition. Please rescind your action and
support the "Broward Plan", by and for Broward!
John Coons
Fort Lauderdale


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Big Al I do not have much time on the boat and Would like to
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Question My boat was sunk during Hurricane Andrew A l '
and I was not covered by insurance. I would like to salvage. ...


the boat as it was a boat that I liked and would hate a total
loss.
What can I recover from this boat and what do I have to
do to save some of it? I know I was wrong to have no
coverage, but I never expected the boat to sink as I did
everything I could to secure it.
Please advise me.
Sig

Answer I suppose you have hauled the boat and have
inspected it. I have written two columns so far on salvage
work and I suppose I will get still more requests.
If the hull and deck and rails, etc., are sound and in
good shape you can go in to motor and transmission work.
Everything must be stripped down and inspected, cleaned,
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engine is old and has plenty of time on it, get a short block
and go on from there. All gauges and electrical components
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.Question I have a 26-foot sloop that has a bent
aluminum mast and a few other mishaps that the storm left
for me. I can replace the stays and halyards that tore loose
but I hate to step a new mast.
Can I cut the mast and sleeve it put in a new section?
What options do I have?
Jim

Answer I say replace the mast. All sailboats that have
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Get a new mast and feel safe and enjoy your boat
Without worry that the mast may let go under full sail.
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SQuestion The other morning I checked my bilges and
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8 Waterfront News January 1993 Broward News


Manatees and boats state wants to hear from you


By M.G. SWIFT
Waterfront News writer
FORT LAUDERDALE Last year, Broward County
manatee activists and the local boating community with
help from the County Commission forged a compromise
manatee protection plan. It was sent to the Florida
Department of Natural Resources (DNR) where some of the
compromising was reversed in favor of the manatee. Before
the altered plan goes to the Governor and Cabinet for final
approval, the DNR wants to hear two more times from the
Broward public.
Public hearings on the proposed rules are scheduled for
Tuesday, January 12 at Broward Community College's
North Campus in Coconut Creek and Wednesday, January
13 at the Broward County Governmental Center in Fort
Lauderdale. Both hearings will start at 7 p.m. and run until
everyone who wants to talk gets to speak their mind,
according to Patrick Rose, DNR's Environmental
Administrator of Protected Species Management in
Tallahassee. Prospective speakers will have to fill out cards
as they enter the hearing rooms prior to the meetings in
order to get the floor.
Rose was in Fort Lauderdale in December to meet with
the county's Marine Advisory Committee and the Fort
Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board to explain why he
rejected so much of the county's compromise and to hear
the reactions of the Broward boating panels at a joint
workshop.
"Boating interests and manatee interests came away
from that compromise unhappy," observed Marine
Advisory Board member Bob Bekoff. "That may be the sign
of a good compromise."
"Nobody liked the compromise, but nobody challenged
it," echoed marine industry lobbyist and county Democratic
powerbroker George Platt. Reflecting the state's unilateral
alterations: "DNR doesn't send a good message to local
government."
Local manatee protectionist Mary Ann Gray discounted
the compromise saying, "We settled for it knowing it
would never get past the DNR."
Bargaining in bad faith is what has some local officials
bothered about DNR's motives.
Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board chairman
Sonny Irons accused the DNR of conjuring an "emotional
report based on fantasy and wishful thinking" rather than
"fact."


DNR's manatee plan:
slow speed on weekends and holidays
during manatee season.
The Broward compromise:
20 mph speed limit year 'round.

Bekoff worried about a "hidden agenda."
"The boating community is putting its money where
its mouth is," declared Broward County Marine Advisory
Committee Chairman John Grady concerning the
compromise which would be funded by a boat registration


fee increase. "Marine Patrol and DNR won't even fund the
signage for their plan."
"More marine patrols and less laws," summed up,
Bekoff, who lives off Las Olas and works fulltime on thd
Intracoastal Waterway.
Both sides are overlooking the main cause of manatee
mortality, maintained Shady Banks resident Bruce Tyrell -
water pollution and its effects on the endangered mammal's
immune system, especially newborn calves. Out of 98
manatee deaths reported in Florida in 1992 through June
30, 77 were non-boat-related and waterborne diseases ox
toxins have not been ruled out as the cause of death in most
of these cases.


Barium may block New River dredging


By M.G. SWIFT
Waterfront News writer
FORT LAUDERDALE The south fork of New
River is shoaling up. The City of Fort Lauderdale wants to
dredge 4200 feet of the channel in the vicinity of the
Interstate 95 bridges to a depth of -11.0 feet. The project
would remove 17,600 cubic yards river bottom which is
currently getting in the way of some of the bigger, deeper
yachts trying to get from the ocean to Marina Bay and the
boatyards along Marina Mile (State Road 84).
And that is where the problems may lie. Before the city
can dredge the river, it has to get a permit from the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation (DER). Based on
a chemical analysis of the muck to be removed and a
perceived threat that increased boat traffic and vessel size
pose on manatees in the river, DER staff is suggesting the
city withdraw its dredging application.
"While this is by no means final agency action or
notice of intent thereof," DER's Environmental
Administrator for the State's Water Management Program
Marion Hedgepeth wrote to Ed Udvardy, "it does represent
the staff review of your application based on considerable
experience in permitting matters."
Continued the DER memo received by Udvardy on
November 24: "...a Toxic Characteristic Leaching
Procedure [TCLP] for determining sediment contaminants
indicates contamination by barium in levels for in excess of
the threshold for determining 'hazardous waste.' Disturbance
of silty sediments by mechanical dredging is likely to result
in violations of state water quality standards..."


Barium? Yes, barium, the stuff that upper and lower
GI's are made of in the hospital. How did it find its way
into the middle of the New River at concentrations up to
seven times over DER recommended limits, miles from
any medical facility? No one seems to know.
Broward County's Director of Environmental
Monitoring, George Riley, suggests that the state is
requiring the wrong sediment tests. A "serial elusion"
procedure used by the Army Corp of Engineers on samples
of spoil disposal and "bio-assays" on organisms would be
the more appropriate measure of environmental impact
caused by the dredging than the DER dictated TCLP tests,
judges Riley. TCLP tests are normally used to detect
hazardous wastes in landfills. Using the wrong test can
skew the results, maintains Riley.
The DER also advised the city: "The proposed project
would enlarge the size of the previously dredged channel. A
larger channel would enable traffic by vessels larger than
those now using the channel, and increase the risk of injury
or death to manatees.
"The project scope should be reduced," concludes
DER's Hedgepeth. "To avoid enlarging the channel, only
sediments accumulated since previous maintenance should
be removed, with no rock excavation."
City of Fort Lauderdale officials were planning to
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holidays about retesting new sediment samples and
generating cross-sectional drawings of dredging depths, said
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Dade nautical briefs New UM center to improve the response to oil spills


As a footnote to Hurricane Andrew's strength, in case
doubters remain, a 300-foot barge sunk off Dade as an
artificial reef was finally found two months after the storm.
Wind and water had moved it a mile toward land.

A budget cut looms as a threat to The Barnacle, century-
old home of Commodore Ralph Monroe. He was a pioneer
explorer of Biscayne Bay and designed and built the historic
bayfront home that survived Hurricane Andrew and a
hundred years of Florida weather. Also in peril are
Lignumvitae Key and Key Largo Hammocks, both state
botanical sites.
John Pennekamp State Park, Key Largo, and Oleta
River State Recreation Area, North Dade, are not likely to
be affected by the dollar crunch. Part of the dollar shortfall
stems from Hurricane Andrew's damage to Cape Florida, on
Key Biscayne.
Cape Florida's $500,000 in annual admissions helped
support other activities and its loss contributed to a $7
million state park shortfall more than 15 percent of the
total budget.

Miami River boat yard to close

MIAMI Allied Marine's Dade boat yard, on
the Miami River for 48 years, closes this summer as
operations are shifted to Hatteras of Lauderdale and
Stuart Hatteras, both also owned by Winthrop P.
Rockefeller. Some Miami employees are being
offered transfers to Lauderdale and Stuart.
Rockefeller is the great-grandson of John D.
Rockefeller, and son of former Arkansas Governor
Winthrop.
Rockefeller, chairman of Searock Inc., parent
company of Allied, bought the Lauderdale
dealership a year ago and the Stuart operation was
purchased this year.
Hatteras of Lauderdale had been the largest
Hatteras dealership in past years and in 1991 that
title was claimed by Stuart Hatteras.

Trash and marine education
compete for bay isle's land

VIRGINIA KEY The City of Miami is
considering construction of a trash-to-compost
plant on Virginia Key. The plant would cover as
many as 40 acres and cost as much as $35 million.
It would handle all of Miami's trash and recycle as
much as 75 percent of it, according to the city's
solid waste department.
In such systems household garbage is converted
to farm-grade fertilizer, while trash is sorted,
shredded, heaped and allowed to ferment.
American Recycling would build the plant while
Miami would undertake a 20-year contract to
provide a to-be-determined amount of garbage to
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Palm Beach County and South Lake Worth Inlet District fight over sand trap


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News writer
BOYNTON BEACH In the game of golf, players
do everything possible to avoid the sand traps.
In the case of the Boynton Inlet's 'sand trap,' Palm
Beach County environmental officials are accusing the
South Lake Worth Inlet, District of avoiding its
responsibility for cleaning out the sand containment area on
a regular basis.
The sand trap is an Inlet District easement area located
on the edge of the seawall along the Intracoastal Waterway
just southwest of the Boynton Inlet.
The trap was last dredged in 1989 in a joint project
partially funded by the county. At that time, about 35,000
cubic yards of sand were removed and placed on beaches
south of the inlet. County environmental officials claim
that 44,000 cubic yards of sand were left in the trap after
the dredging, and that over the past three years an additional
22.000 cubic yards of sand have accumulated.
The dispute over who should take responsibility for
cleaning out the additional deposition of sand erupted at the
last Palm Beach Countywide Beaches and Shores Council
meeting, where the attorney representing the South Lake
Worth Inlet District expressed the agency's disapproval of a
proposal made by county officials that the Beaches and
Shores Council write a letter to the Inlet District urging it
to work with the county and come up with a plan to dredge
the sand trap.
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to perform another dredging project of the trap, and asked
that the Inlet District also come up with a plan to dredge
the sand trap on a regular basis. The Inlet District responded
by saying that dredging the trap was not very high on their
list of priorities and would only recognize such a request
from the County Board of Commissioners. After receiving
the request to dredge from the Board in January of 1992, the
inlet rebuked the county for its heavy-handed tactics and
refused to comply with the county's demands.
James Wearn, attorney for the South Lake Worth Inlet
District, stated, "It would be unfeasible to dredge the
channel yearly, because the cost of mobilization and
demobilization each time the dredge would go out to the
trap would run into tens of thousands of dollars of
taxpayers money for which only a relatively small portion
of sand would be removed that wouldn't stay on the beach
very long and thus wouldn't be of much benefit to the
public."
Clint Thomas, a coastal engineer with Palm Beach
County, expressed his displeasure with the Inlet District's
priorities, stating, "What bothers me is that they (the Inlet
District) are a taxing district, and they're planning on using
funds to redo a pavilion facility at their park; it doesn't
seem like the Inlet District's recreational facilities should be
a primary responsibility of theirs, and that they're reneging
on their main responsibilities."
Thomas added, "The South Lake Worth Inlet District
seems to do anything it can to keep from spending money."
County environmental officials claim that under
Florida statutes, the Inlet District is responsible for
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sand. Some of that sand gets sucked into the inlet and is
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explicitly state that dredging the trap is the Inlet District's
responsibility.
The Inlet District's attorney noted that the district
doesn't have to remove all the sand from the trap and if the
county wants it removed, it can apply to the state for the
privilege of removing the sand from the containment area.
Bob Clinger, senior environmental analyst with
DERM, stated, "I don't think that we (the county) should
be expected to pay for this project we're paying for costs
associated with the inlet's sand transfer plant and so they
(the Inlet District) should be paying for the other stuff."
The county took over operation and maintenance of the
inlet's sand transfer plant in October.
Clinger added that the county is planning to dredge part
of the trap for an east-west channel that will be cut parallel
to the Boynton Inlet to allow larger boats easier access to
docks at the county's Ocean Inlet Park, which is located
just south of the Inlet District's park.
The Inlet District maintains that only about 3,000
cubic yards of sand are accumulating in the trap each year,
which is not a large enough amount to constantly dredge.
The county, which has been conducting its own surveys of
the trap on a regular basis, says that an average of 7,000
cubic yards of sand per year have been added to the trap over
the past three years.
Thomas remarked that it's probably not worth the
expense to take the Inlet District to court over the matter,
but that if enough people become aware of the district's
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The tall ship arrives at Singer Island


By CAPT. "SPIDER" HALTERIN
Special to the Waterfront News
PALM BEACH SHORES The Sailfish Marina on
Singer Island, Florida will be home for the 110-foot sloop,
the Providence, until January 1. The sloop Providence is an
actual reproduction of the Continental Navy ship which
was the first war command of John Paul Jones.
During the time that it is moored at the marina it will
be open to the public and welcomes local school children
and historians for a first-hand look back into history.
Built in Newport, RI, the ship is a bicentennial project
which brings to life the great maritime heritage of our
nation. Since commissioning on October, 24, 1976
Providence has carried out this mission along the east coast
covering over 25,000 miles from the Great Lakes to the
Gulf of Mexico.
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interested in our history to capture the spirit of the days of
John Paul Jones.


Delray sporting larger beach after renourishment completion


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Waterfront News writer
DELRAY BEACH As a result of Delray Beach's
latest renourishment project, the city's public beachfront
has been widened to as much as 250 feet in some areas..
Approximately one million cubic yards of sand were
added to the beachfront over the 1.7 miles of the project,
which extended from Atlantic Avenue on the north to
Linton Boulevard on the south.
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If life's a beach, where are the lifeguards?


By LESLIE SCUTELLARO
Materfroni News columnist
What I want to know is this: If life's a beach in Fort
Lauderdale, where are the lifeguards? When I drive to the
beach, I park in one of the legal parking spaces abote
Sunrise Blvd. on AIA. There are no lifeguards on duly
north of Birch State Park. although the beach extends for
more than half a mile. As a s\w immer. boater, and parent I
know that beach safety is critical. It puzzles me that one of
the most famous beaches in America could operate with
such wanton disregard for public safely.
Driving south along A1A, the lifeguard stations'are
very visible. In fact,:they stick out like the proverbial sore
thumb. Although the new sidewalks and beach entrances are
very beautiful, the lifeguard stands fall under the
jurisdiction of Parks and Recreation Department, and were
not part of the Beach Redevelopment.
I called Gene Bergman, who heads up the beach patrol,
to get the facts about lifeguards and lifeguard stations. With
what sounded like embarrassment, he acknowledged that all
of the beach is dangerous and that all should be guarded.
Apparently city budget constraints are determining the
number of lifeguard positions that will be funded.
Decisions about where the lifeguards should be stationed
were then based on probable beach density the number
of hotel rooms versus the number of parking spaces and
private homes. After the budget was appropriated, the
lifeguard stands were removed so that no one would get the
false impression that there is ever a lifeguard on duty in this
area of the beach. Recently handsome official signs have
been installed to inform the public "NO LIFEGUARD ON
DUTY."
Mr. Bergman told me that he had a budget of $59,000
to develop a new design for the lifeguard stations. Lifeguard
stands are basically a box with windows on stilts. There is
no phone or electricity. Security is necessary only to
protect the stands from vandalism. Mr. Bergman expressed
optimism about being able to provide lifeguard stands for


under I10.000 apiece.
The lifeguard stations are to be moved for aesthetic
reasons. The graceful new entrances to the beach from the
street will frame the blue horizon and be offset with
graceful palms. The lifeguard stations will be set on skids
between the entrances. and thereby avoid the permitting
process with the Department of Natural Resources
governing construction on the beach. Mr. Bergman assured
me that all the lifeguard stations from Birch State Park
south would be reinstalled by the completion of the Beach
Redevelopment Project in March, 1993. While that's a
comfort to hotel management and hotel guests, that still
doesn't solve the safety problem for the citizens of Fort
Lauderdale who must use the north end of the beach because
of parking restraints.
City Commissioner Carey Keno ("dedicated to making
your city a better place to work, live, and play ...") asserted
that there was no previous protest lodged about the budget
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budget process, public notification,"and even about the
process for changing the budget for the current fiscal year.
The weather is beautiful. The beach is beautiful. The
promenade is beautiful. However, the potential danger and
liability still exist. Everyone seems to have covered their
rear flank, but who 'is protecting the men, women and
children who swim at the Fort Lauderdale beach?


Sleeping a little easier on the beach


By HANK JONES
Waterfront News writer
KEY WEST You can't sleep overnight on Key
Biscayne's beach,.Miami Beach's oceanfront sands, Fort
Lauderdale's strip between A1A and the sea, Palm Beach's
pristine waterfront or can you?
Monroe County Judge Susan Vernon has declared
unconstitutional Key West's beach-closing ordinance. That
means homeless people who staked out a stretch of sand as
sleeping accommodations on Simonton Street Beach may
not be moved from the beach by police.
The move is seen as a license for the homeless to set
up housekeeping on the beach.
Coincidentally, the question arises as to the "rights" of
others to declare themselves "homeless" in Key West and


establish campsites at Simonton Street Beach as well as
other sandy stretches of the island city's shoreline.
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In part, Judge Vernon's decision was based on a ruling
by U.S. District Judge C. Clyde Atkins. He told the city of
Miami that two "safe places" must be provided for the
homeless, and further decided the homeless could not be
arrested when no safe place was provided.
Early in December Miami indicated it planned to appeal
the Atkins ruling and would not immediately establish the
safe places.
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Water bikes have been banned from almost 700 miles
of Florida Bay backcountry National Key Deer Refuge,
Key West National Wildlife Refuge, and Great White Heron
National Wildlife Refuge.
The Florida Cabinet and Gov. Lawton Chiles voted to
allow the federal government to ban water bikes, air boats
and float planes from the Florida Keys refuges.
Environmentalists are delighted; Biscayne Bay anglers
are dejected in anticipation of things to come. Bikers are
enraged.
Food chains for endangered species are disrupted by the
noise of jet skis, airboats and aircraft, in the eyes of
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These waters are perhaps as attractive to bird watchers


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as to anglers and noise impacts on the enjoyment of both
groups as well as the wildlife.
On Biscayne Bay there already is resentment on the part
of bonefish anglers toward the jet ski set when the skiers
spook the fish on the flats. There also is fear that water
bikers driven from the Keys will find new boating waters
on Biscayne Bay, further aggravating the situation.
Waterbikers, meanwhile, already barred from Everglades
National Park, find their cruising grounds increasingly
limited.
Irresponsible operators are singled out for blame by all
sides, with the biking contingent pushing for enforcement
against those who abuse regulations. Bikers hold that most
skippers are responsible family members, and urge that
only offenders be arrested, fined or barred from the water.
Cabinet action means only that more boaters are being
denied access to wider stretches of water.


Residents to buy out exclusive Key Largo resort


By HANK JONES
Waterfront News writer
KEY LARGO Residents of Ocean Reef Club have
entered into an option agreement to buy the club for $58
million.
Ocean Reef would revert to status as a private club for
residents and members rather than serving as a resort.
Included in the agreement are the fishing village, dry
storage marina, two 18-hole golf courses, tennis courts and
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedn

3 1 TIME ADJUSTMENTS TO TIDE TABLE.
Courtesy Marine Examinationil: Boca. J
Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421-7054, H
Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano 782- .Boca Inlet .......................... +08 Wlinutes..............
4581, Plantation 472-7614, Fort Lauderdale Deerfield Beach ..................... +12 ...................
463-0034, Dania 962-8766, Hollywood 865- Hillsboro Inlet ................-31
7511. Bahia Mar ........................ -20 .........
Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call P rt Everglades.....................-45 ....................
761-5363. Dania Cut Off ............. ...... +45 ................
Davie Bridge ....................... +40 .........
Haulover Inlet ......... .. ..... +38 ..................
Government Cut (Miami) .............-39 .......

High 1.6' +1.8' In the Tide Tables in blue NOTE: the times
THig +1.60848 2116 are military and the tide heights are In Feet above or be- Baseline: Andrews Avenue over New River in Downtowi
Time 02270848.1427.2116 low "mean low tide". Figure above the time indicates a 26007'N Lat/80009'W Long.
Low +0.4' +0.1' high tide whereas a figure below Is a low tide.

3 4 5 6
Week of the Ocean Brunch, 11 a.m., Bluewater Sailing Course, Pompano Meteriology & Seamanship Class, Moon farthest Norti
Fort Lauderdale. Call 462-5573. Beach, 6:30 p.m. Call 786-4111. Pompano, 6:30 p.m. Call 786-4111. Boating Safety &
South Florida Divers, Miami dive 12 p.m. Gulfstream Sailing Club, board meeting. Safe Boating & Seamanship, US Coast Coast Guard, 7:30 p.m., .
Call (305) 673-6572. Call 728-8936. Guard, 8 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 561-0435 931-7990.
South Florida Wheelers Bike Club, Marine Physics, a course at Nova or 568-0046. West Palm Beach
"Come to Lake Worth," from Deerfield Oceanographic Center. Call (305) 947-8559. New River Rollers, in-line skaters club, fishing meeting 7 p.m.. C
Beach, 7:30 a.m. Call 524-2613. Broward Art Guild, figure drawing course 7:15 p.m., downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call Photographic Socie
Poetry in the Woods, Secret Woods and watrcolors, Fort Lauderdale, tuition and 527-1062. Beach, meets 7:45 p.m..
Nature Center, Fort Lauderdale, 1:30 p.m. registration fee required. Call 764-2005. Fair Winds Single Sailors, north Whitbread Wedne.
Call 566-7823. Young at Heart Club, senior group Broward, meets Tuesdays. Call 941-1631. forum to benefit the all
Nature Hike & Walk, Fern Forest Nature meets 1 to 3 p.m., Hagen Park, Wilton Food Webs of the Ocean, a course at Maxi. Call 764-8191.
Center, Pompano, 10 a.m. Call 970-0150. Manors. Call 390-2131. Nova Oceanographic Center. Call 947-8559. South Florida Divers
7:30 p.m, Hollywood. Call

High +1.8' +1.7' +1.9' +1.8' +2.0' +1.9' +2.1'
Time 0416.1037*1613-2259 0511.1134.1708.2332 0603.1226.1801 0043.0652,
Low +0.5' +0.1' +0.4' -0.1' +0.3' -0.2'

10 11 12 13
Moon in Perigee Manatee Survival Foundation, meets Moon on Equator Seabird Cruise Clu
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, winter 7:30 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 943-4391. Waterfront Advisory Board,.City of cruise, 6:30 p.m., LHP. C.
race. Call (407) 997-2476. Entrepreneurship Course, BCC, 7 p.m. Miami. Call 579-6961. Bass Club, meets 7 p-
South Broward Wheelers Bike Club, Call 475-6710. Fair Winds Single Sailors, meets north Highlands Park. Call 360;
starts in Plantation, 7:30 a.m. Call 524-2613. Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Bro esys. Cll 9 Maritime eTreining, fr
Boating courses in: Boca Raton call 391- 761-5363 Brit Singles, singles group meets p., Call 525-1014.
3600, Lighthouse Pt 971-0648, Fort Fort Lauderdale. Call 537'3094. Coral Ridge Power
Lauderale 5 Holly d 9 Gulfstream Sailing Club, meets 8 p.m., meeting. Call 772-9032.
Lauderdale ach 939-BO Hollywood 922 504 Riverside Hotel, Ft Lauderdale. Call.987- Miami River Divisioi
North Miami Beach 939-BOAT. Hollywood 961- 2652. Miami River Inn, 443.-196
4147, Palm Beach Power (407) 744-2904 or 2652. M iami River Inn, 443-19E
626-2815. Broward Native Plant Society, meets South Florida Divers,
7:30-9 p.m. Call 791-1030. Hollywood. Call 989-7539


High +2.4' +2.3' +2.4' +2.3' +2.5' +2.2'
Time 0359.0957-1628.2216 0449.1045.1557.2309 0541-1135.1811 0005.0636.!
Low -0.5' +0.3' -0.5' -0.4' -0.3' +0.3' -0.2'

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Sailboat Bend House & Garden Tour, Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Moon Farthest South of Equator Basic Navigation Cl
Fort Lauderdale, noon to 5 p.m., tickets $7, Track & Field Program, for wheelchair South Fla. Mako Onwers Club, 6;30 6:30 p.m. Call 989-2824 I
Call 522-9230. users, ages 8 and up, Weston. Call 389-2040. p.m., LHP. Call 942-6500. Sawgrass Herpetc
Fair Winds Single Sailors, Call 941- meets at Fern Fore;
Pearl Harbor Survivors, meets 3 p.m. at Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call 11 Pompano Beach, 7 p.m. C
the American Legion Hall, 171 SW 2nd St., 761-5363. 1631. P C
the American Legion Hall, 171 SW 2nd St., 761-5363. Broward Women's Sailing Assoc., Think Life, a fund raisi
Pompano. Call 941-2168. Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day, meets 6:30 p.m., Bahia Cabana, Fort with AIDS, meets 7 p.m.
Jamin at Fern Forest," 2-5 p.m., Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, Lauderdale. Dade 653-6164.
Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150. .Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. New River Rollers, in-line skaters club Habitat for Humanil
Acoustic Open Mike, Secret Woods, 1-4 Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call meets 7:15 p.m. downtown Fort Lauderdale. today and tomorrow, BC
p.m. Call 791-1030. 761-5363. Call 527-1062. 1:30 p.m. Call 761-7540.
Poetry-in-a-Pub, 1 p.m., South Florida Cat 4 Cl, Call 4-37 .
Poetry Institute. Call 421-0980. Cat 44 Club, Call 429-8377 for location.
Poetry Institute. Call 421-0980.

High +1.9' +1.8' +1.9' +2.1' +1.9' +1.8' +2.0
Time 0424.1051.1630.2315 0527.1154.1731 0013.0623.1249.1825 0105.0712
Low +0.2' +0.2' +0.4' -0.2' +0.2' -0.2'

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Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club,, winter Young at Heart Club, senior group Moon in V ... Boating Course, Fort
race. Call (407) 997-2476.. meets 1 to 3 p.m., Hagen Park, Wilton Moon on Equator Squadron, 7:30 p.m. C;
Audition, New River Repertory, Fort Manors. Call 564-6282. Fair Winds Single Sailors, me ets 2129.
Lauderdale; needs 11 men and 4 women. Call Courtesy Marine Examinationim: Boca Tuesdays in north Broward. Call 941-1631. West Palm. Beac
523-0507. Raton call 391-3600, Deerfield 421-7054, Florida Marine Aquarium Society, general meeting 7 p.m.:
Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Lighthouse Pt 942-4381, Pompano 782- 7:30 p.m., Museum of Science, Miami. Call 666- Miami River Marine
761-5363. 4581, Plantation 472-7614, Fort Lauderdale 2226. Call (305) 285-1864.
463-0034, Dania 962-8766, Hollywood. South Middle River Civic Assoc., call Whitbread Wedne
Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call for time & location 763-1010 or 467-2458. forum to benefit the al
761-5363. Friendly Toastmaster's Club, 7:30 Maxi. Call 764-8191.
p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 462-1001. Greater Miami She
Rosensteil School, Virs
5190.

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Time 0350.0946.1616.2159 0426.1020.1651.2237 0503.1054.1727.2316 0540.1125
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-sday Thursday Friday Saturday


Calendar items 1 2
New Year's Day Surf & Swim Festival, International
LOW Calendar items should be received at the First Quarter Swimming Hall of Fame, Fort Lauderdale, 9
............. 17 Waterfront News no later than the 15th of Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, New a.m. Call 462-6536.
+11 the month, prior to the date of event.
Submissions should be typed or neatly Year's Eve cruise and raft-up. Call (407) 997 South Florida Wheelers Bike Club,
............... -50 printed and include only pertinent details. Mail -2476. "New Year's resolution Ride, Plantation
.........I..... S-18 submissions to: Community Calendar, Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Promenade, 7:30 a.m. Call 524-2613.
.62 1523 South Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, Sunday Jazz Brunch, Riverwalk, Fort
..... FI 33316 or fax 524-9464. 761-5363. Lauderdale. Call 468-1540.
.............. 8 0 Urban Trails Kayak Co., expeditions
40 every weekend morning, 9 a.m. Call 947-
............. +39 1302.
............ -56

Fort +1.7' +1.7' +1.7' +1.7' High
FortLauderdale 0220084114242111 0317.0939-1518.22205 Time
-1- 5' 2+0.5' +0.2' Low

7 8 9
h of Equator Sailing Singles, meets Marina Bay, 6 p.m. Full Moon Gulfstream Sailing Club Stoli Cup
iSeamanship, U. S Call 565-0775. Broward Archaeological -Society, Regatta, Bahia Mar, Fort Lauderdale. Call356-
Aollywood. Call (305) Eastern Shores Yacht Club, meets annual meeting. Call 525-8778. 0297.
7:30 p.m. North Miami. Call 941-2334. Friday Fest, a weekly celebration on the New York National Boat Show,
Fishing Club, fly Diga Dive Club, Meets 8 p.m., American ICW. Call 566-2855 or 561-4800. through Jan. 17. Call (305) 448-7450 or
1all (407) 832-6780. Bankers Building, Miami. Call 238-9754 or 387- Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6-9 (212) 922-1212.
ty of Pompano 0733. p.m. Call 926-2444. Las Olas Art Fair, 10 a.m., Fort
Lauderdale. Call 742-3755.
,al 941-1643. New River Rollers, in-line skating club Friday Night Movies, T.Y. Park. Call985- Dr. Paul George Historical Tour,Art
'days, a weekly meets-7 p.m. downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call 1980. De Drict, t
w tays, Pky 527-1062. Deco District, meets at Ocean Dr. and 8th
women team, Pro- 527-1062.
Wildlife Puppet Play, Tree Tops Park, Street, Miami Beach. Call (305) 375-1625.
Wlie up Play, ree Tops ParkSouth Broward Wheelers Bike Club,
general meeting Davie, 10 a.m., for kids. Call 524-4302. Sou Broard eels Be
genera meeting from Sunrise Blvd. 7:30 a.m. Call 524-2613.
I 989-7539.
+2.0' +2.2' +2.1' +2.3' +2,2' +2.4' +2.3' High
1316.1852 0132.0739.1404.1943 0221.0824.11452.2033 0310.0911.1540*2124 Time
+0.2' +0. 3' 0.0' +0.4' -0.1' -0.1' -0.3' Low

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dinner meeting &8 Fort Lauderdale/Key West Race, Last Quarter International Women in Boating,
11.429-9091. Lauderdale Yacht Club, Call 524-5500. Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6-9 Seattle Boat Show. Call (407) 645-2611.
m. Pompano Beach Sailfish Tournament, to Jan. 17, Palm p.m. Call 926-2444. Riverwalk Fine Arts & Crafts, Fort
1325. i" Beach Shores. Call (407) 844-1724 or (800) Street Fest, entertainment, Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m. Call 761-5703.
.e seminar, Dania, 5 446-4577. Lauderdale. Call 566-2855. Brickell/South Side Walking Tour,
Sailing: Singles of South Florida, The Way we Live Now, a play about presented by historian Dr. Paul George. Call
Squadron, general meets 6 p.m. at Marina Bay, Fort Lauderdale. the AIDS crisis, New River Repertory, Fort (305) 375-1625.
,l ... :.-., Call5.65;0775.-.. .. Lauderdale. Call 523-0507. New Year's Hoedown, Homegrown
,meeting. 7:45 a.m., Royal Palm Audubon Society, meets Antique Show, through Jan. 17, Fort Market Place, Fort Lauderdale. Call 463-6574.
7. 7:30 p.m. in Boca Raton. Call 368-5517. Lauderdale, starts 6 p.m. Call 761-5380. American Merchant Marine Vets,
:-meets 7:30 p.m., Underseas Sports Club, meets 7:30 meets 2 p.m. in Dania. Call 923-6256.
i '-, p.m., for location call 564-8661. South Broward Wheelers Bike Club,
Leaves Weston. Call 524-2613.

"2.1' +2.1' +2.0' +2.0' +1.9' +1.9' +1.8' High
:227.1906 0105.0734.1323.2005 0209.0837.1422.2108 0316.0944.1526-2212 Time
-0.3' -0.1' -0.22' +0.1' -0.2' +0.2' -0.2' Low

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ss, Fort Lauderdale, Safe Boating Course, six-week course, New Moon Manatee Day, Port Everglades, Fort
)r 942-4004. Coral Springs, 7:30 p.m. Call 421-7054. Irish Fest '93, Bubier Park, Fort 'Lauderdale, 9 a.m. Call 943-4391.
logical Society, Celestial Navigation Course, BC C, Lauderdale, starts 4 p.m. Call 946-1093. Boot '93, International Boat Show,
t Nature Center, Dania, 6:30 p.m. Call 989-2824 or 492-4004. Orchid Show, Fort Lauderdale, 10 a.m. Call Germany. Call (312) 781-5180.
all 970-0150. Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, meets 761-5380. Animal Abuse Prevention, a lecture,
ig group for people 7:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Hollywood North Beach Concert, 6-9 Plantation 10 a.m. Call 791-1025.
Call 475-0793 or in Club. Call (407) 997-2476. p.m. Call 926-2444. Island City Yard Sale, Wilton Manors, 8
SGreater Fort Lauderdale Boardsailing Swimming Instruction, St. Lucie Sailing a.m. Call 390-2130.
1, volunteer info Assoc., meets 7:30 p.m. at the Riverside Club. Call 407 985-1980. East Little Havana Walking Tour,
C. Fort Lauderdale, Hotel. Call 525-7037. Friday Fest, Bridgeside Square, Fort with historian Dr. Paul George. Call 375-1625.
Port Everglades Authority, meeting Lauderdale. Call 566-3241. Gulfstream Sailing Club, dinner dance.
10 a.m.,, Port Commission chambers, Call 463-9151.
Administration building. 523-3404.

+1.8' +2.0' +1.8' +2.0' +1.9' +2.0' +1.9' High
.1339-1915 0151.0755.1422.2000 0233.0835.1502.2042 0313.0911.1540.2121 Time
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Lauderdale Power Boating Skills & Seamanship,US Coast Lap Swimming 10 a.m.-4 p.m., every day, First Quarter
:1 522-7486 or 587- Guard, 7 weeks, Pompano. Call 941-5781. Swimming Hall of Fame Pool, 500 Seabreeze, Arts Weekend West, Coral Springs. Call
Port, ;Everglades' Propeller : Club; 'Ft Lauderdale, call 523-0994. 341-2797.
Fishing -Club, 7 p.m., call for location 523-1212. Fort Lauderdale Events Hotline: call Morningside Walking Tour,by historian
:all (407)832-6780.' Sailing -Singles. Social, Marina Bay, Fort 761-5363. Dr. Paul George, Miiami. Call 375-1625.
roup, meets 8 a.m: Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call 565-0775. West Palm Beach Fishing Club, fly
Eastern Shores Yacht Club, 7:30 p.m., casting clinic, 10 a.m. Call (407) 832-6780.
-days, a weekly Winston Towers Marina, Miami Beach,;. Fort Lauderdale Gun & Knife Show,
women team Pro- call 932-0720. starts 9 a.m. Call 761-5380.
South Florida Woodworking Guild,.
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18 Waterfront News January 1993 Commerce


Marine industry hopes to shoot down manatee plan


By M.G. SWIFT
Waterfront News writer
FORT LAUDERDALE The Marine Industry
Association of South Florida (MIASF) is formally
challenging the Florida Marine Patrol's and the Department
of Natural Resource's changes to the "Broward
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Chapter 120 Rule Challenge," MIA-SF Executive Director
Frank Herhold wrote to Dale Patchett, a deputy assistant
executive director at DNR, "We are prepared to mobilize
our resources to fight a proposed rule that not only fails to
consider the significant two-year process that took place in
Broward County but also fails to take into account the
scientific boating safety and economic impact information
that is a part of the record." If the MIA-SF, who is joined
in the challenge by the City of Dania, is successful in
convincing an administrative law judge that the DNR and
Marine Patrol proposals are illegal the January manatee
hearings in Broward may have to be rescheduled.
"As Governor Chiles said during the Volusia County
deliberations before the Cabinet, 'If the plan is truly to be
based upon public input, shouldn't we incorporate the
county's views?' Local government, the community and the
marine industry ask nothing more than that," concluded
Herhold.
Volusia County is also challenging the manatee plan
formulated by DNR for that county and approved by the
Governor and Cabinet.
The MIASF and local economists -including the FAU
staffer who supplied the data- question the cost benefit
analysis methods prescribed by DNR for use in Broward's
manatee economic impact statement.


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BROOKLIN, Maine IBEX, the International
Boatbuilders' Exhibition and Conference, will feature 43
seminars and 12 workshops designed exclusively for the
marine industry. The extensive seminar program was
developed by the Professional BoatBuilder magazine
editorial staff. IBEX is coming to Miami in February.
Editor Chris Cornell explains, "We wanted to build on
last year's program, which stayed away from the typical
presentation of formal technical papers. Instead, we
concentrated on providing forums, where panels of top
designers, builders, repairers and surveyors could discuss
their approaches with each other and with their counterparts
in the audience."
Cornell says that in selecting appropriate seminar,
topics, he and his staff relied directly on written feedback
from those who participated in the program last year. The
editors also sought input from members of the marine-trade
community who have contacted the magazine since.
Cornell notes, "We've set up a wide range of sessions
designed to help builders, repairers, and other marine
professionals share their skills and experience in a way that
can reveal workable solutions to the kinds of problems
they're all facing."
IBEX exhibitors will also produce 12 workshops and 2
ongoing demonstrations. Presented by manufacturers'
technical representatives, the workshops are scheduled during
Exhibit Hall hours ard are free of charge to IBEX attendees.
IBEX will feature a 60,000-square-foot exhibition and
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According to Ted Hugger, marketing director of
Professional BoatBuilder, the move to the Miami Radisson
Centre for the 1993 show will benefit both attendees and
exhibitors. "For exhibitors, the Radisson will be a much
more economical exhibition facility," Hugger explained.
"We're able to provide many features and amenities at
considerable savings to the exhibitor, including hotel
rooms that are physically attached to the IBEX show site
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to Saturday, allowing local professionals who cannot
participate on a weekday to attend, in addition to giving
attendees a more convenient Saturday night stayover to take
advantage of reduced air fares. For those companies who are
exhibiting at the Miami International Boat Show," Hugger
added, "we've arranged for group shipment of exhibitors'
materials across town in time to meet the NMMA show's
setup schedule."

Because the Miami International Boat Show begins on
Thursday, February 11, and IBEX ends on Saturday,
February 6, many industry professional organizations are
taking advantage of the shows' concurrent dates to schedule
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Tried and true dishes inspired by tropical influence


By NANCY LYONS
Waterfront News food columnist
While cruising the Caribbean I've had the occasion to
edit traditional recipes, sometimes substituting the exotic
for tried and true ingredients. Aboard a boat with limited
galley space, such experiments seem to become a way of
life.
Happily, the results are often worth repeating for good
friends and family.
The lobsters for this recipe were caught in the
afternoon in the turquoise-colored waters off Highboum
Cay in the Bahamas- hence the dish's name. Preparation
is simple, but when everything's on the salon (or dining
room) table looking so pretty and tropical, your guests will
think you a gourmet.
When I served the dish for the first time, dinner that
evening was a definite hit. I hope you'll agree.
Lobster Highbourn
Six lobster tails, about 3/4 to 1 lb each
One can evaporated milk
Unsalted butter
Flour
Salt and pepper
Place tails in freezer for about two hours or until you
are able to separate the meat from the shells in one solid
piece. Pound meat slightly and soak in evaporated milk in
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any hint of an iodine taste from the lobster and imparts a
sweet flavor.
Melt butter and drench meat in flour that is flavored
with salt and pepper. Saute on medium heat until meat is
white (no longer translucent) and firm to the touch.
STo serve: I covered a large cookie tray with foil and
then placed a large round pineapple type frond on the tray.
Cut two well ripened pineapples in quarters, leaving the
top leaves intact. Place on tray along with lobsters.
Garnish with lemon slices and hibiscus. Serves six.
Green salad and baked potatoes make appropriate side
dishes. For dessert, a rich Key lime chiffon pie continues
the tropical theme. Don't be discouraged by the steps
involved: it's really a simple dessert to assemble.
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Syrup:
One cup water
Half cup sugar
Two tablespoons julienned lime zest
Simmer together for 30 minutes. Strain mixture
reserving zest separately.
Crust:
I use a ready-made graham cracker crust adding about
10 crushed ginger snaps mixed with two teaspoons grated
lime. I then spread the mixture on top of crust.


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One envelope unflavored gelatin
1/3 cup key lime juice (I use bottled).
1/2 cup sugar
Two eggs, separated
One cup heavy cream
One teaspoon vanilla extract
Heat 1/3 cup of the reserved lime syrup in a small
sauce pan. Sprinkle gelatin over, remove the pan from
heat and let gelatin soften for one minute.
Stir in lime juice, 1/4 cup sugar and two egg yolks.
Stir for about five minutes over low heat until mixture is
thick and frothy. Cool to room temperature.
Beat egg whites and two tablespoons of sugar with
electric mixer. Transfer to large bowl.
With clean beaters, whip the cream, vanilla extract and
remaining two tablespoons sugar. Fold the whipped cream
into the egg whites, drizzling the reserved lime syrup at the
same time. Spoon into crust, sprinkle with reserved lime
zest and a few crumbs of ginger snaps (if desired).

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20 Waterfront News January 1993 Nautical Dining



Loyal patrons return to popular Swiss restaurant


By JENNIFER HEIT-ZIEGLER
Waterfront News reviewer
One fateful day several months back, loyal patrons of
the former Cafe de Geneve were left scrambling to find a
replacement after the popular restaurant suddenly clamped
its doors shut.
Car-loads of the faithful would return to the closed
building, peeking through lace curtains, wondering
where now to bring their luncheon or dinner guests.
(We're privy to this intimate knowledge thanks to this
office's location right next door).
Long a landmark on South Andrews Avenue, this
Swiss restaurant was originally opened over 20 years
ago by George Wales, who remained dedicated to
producing authentic Swiss dishes before selling the
business some years ago.
Now, as the newspaper ads advertise, George is
back. And so, apparently, are the car-loads of people,
anxious to once again sample that rich and wonderful
Swiss cheese soup and superb salad dressing.
According to patrons, with George's return also
comes the same standards that originally earned this
dining spot its impeccable reputation.
Although the menu seems for the most part
unchanged, the restaurant, however, has been
appropriately renamed, George Wales Geneve Cafe.
The menu features entrees that include a soup of the
day, salad and accompanying vegetables usually
creamed spinach or carrots. During the early bird hour
from 5:30 to 7 p.m., old favorites such as coq a vin,
filet of sole amandine and beef Bourguignon can be
ordered for a very reasonable $10.95 including a
specified dessert.
Other dishes range from about $9.50 to $19 during
the dinner hour with most coming closer to the higher
figure.
The menu is a variety show of Swiss staples -
fondues, veal, seafood and beef. Not to mention a cast
of desserts that any connoisseur would appreciate.
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from $10.50 to $19. Veal entrees such as filet mignon
of veal, veal cordon bleu and sweetbreads. Duckling,,
rack of lamb for two and shrimp scampi. Chateaubriand
for two, filet mignon and a New York strip sirloin.
If there's any criticism to be noted, it would be the
service, which often seems inconsistent. On one recent
visit, we waited at least 15 minutes before even being
handed a menu. There were no apologies. Also the wine
we ordered wound up at the next table. But there's a
good chance that the problems that evening could be
chalked up as being an isolated incident.
Dubbed the "chiefs pride," on another occasion we
ordered the beef Wellington, bacon-wrapped steak
nestled in flaky dough and served with a well-seasoned
mushroom sauce on the side. The boned mountain trout
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served in a sauce flavored with red wine, bacon and
onions.
Accompanying these dishes was a dish of creamed
spinach and rice, which could be described as ok.
Loaves of warm French bread also flowed from the oven
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Editor's note: "Nautical Dining" highlights
restaurants in south Florida's waterfront
communities. Reviewers dine anonymously with all
expenses paid by the Waterfront News.


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The Waterfront News is scouring waterfront neighborhoods
from Miami to Palm Beach for places to dine. Tell us
about the restaurants you enjoy. Boat-accessable restaurants
will be given priority. Send your suggestions to Waterfront
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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.
Bootleggors, 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.
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-
7441.
Pal's Charley's Crab, 1755 SE 3rd CT, Deerfield Beach,
ICW, 80 slips, 6-7" draft. 427-4000.
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R.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
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Riverview Restaurant, 1741 Riverview Rd., Deerfield
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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 Bootleggors, 8' draft low tide. 566-2855.
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Sailing


Local tune-up to Key West race planned


SAILING, FROM page 1
Some 100 racing yachts are expected to participate this
year, which is a big increase over last year's inaugural
running when 65 sailboats including the "state of the art"
experimental sailboat Procyron, raced for the Stoli Cup.
Bernie Gartner, Commodore of the 300-member
Gulfstream Sailing Club notes, "One attraction here is the
championship level racing for some of the hottest sailboats
in South Florida. It's a tune-up event for the popular Key
West Race Week which begins the following weekend."
Jeff Lichterman, racing chairman, notes, "another
attraction is the addition of a sizeable contingent of cruising
sailors. There will be special instructions, for non-racing
cruisers after the skippers' meeting on Friday night, January
8th. Interested cruisers are encouraged to call the regatta
hotline at 305-356-0297."
Two races for each of three classes (PHRF, assigned

Montego Bay Race in Feb.
The Montego Bay Invitational Race for the 1993
Pineapple Cup is scheduled to get under sail February 5 out
of the Lauderdale Yacht Club. The 33rd annual classic
yacht race course starts off South Florida's coast, cruises
through the Bahamas, skirts the east coast of Cuba and
runs down the Windward Passage to Montego Bay, Jamaica
in the West Indies 811 nautical miles from Fort Lauderdale.
The race is open to PHRF, IMS and IOR rated yachts.
The minimum crew limit is four in addition to the skipper.
There is no maximum crew limit. The entry deadline is
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courses off the Ft. Lauderdale Beach opposite Bahia Mar.
One-design classes will be opened for fleets of six or more
sailboats.
According to Regatta Director Larry Littel, the Regatta
will consist of 2 windward/leeward races off Ft. Lauderdale.
Beach. He noted that three racing classes have been
established PHRF, Asssigned-Rating and IMS with
additional one-design classes for fleets of 5 or more boats.
"Although the racing is championship level, with some of
the hottest boats in South Florida competing, there will be
separate ARC classes for cruising boats and for newcomers
to racing. In this respect, the regatta is similar to the very
popular Columbus Day Regatta, with something to offer
every skill and competitive ability level," Littel said.
Trophies will be awarded for the top three finishers in
each fleet, and perpetual trophies will be engraved with the
names of the top finishers in each class and for the best
overall regatta finish.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle will official at the
trophy presentation ceremonies.
Eight divisions of trophies, including three perpetual
tropies, will be awarded to the winners according to
combined scores for both races.
A GPS receiver will be awarded to one of the winning
boats.
Last year's winner of the Stoli Cup was Irish Rover,
skippered by Bill McCormick. Cowboy skippered by Teri
Ross Icyda, won the Bahia Mar Cup. And Cash Flow,
skippered by Max Steingart, won the GSC Cup.
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write Gulfstream Sailing Club, Post Office Box 1124, Ft.
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and level rating classes of sailing yachts.
The SORC, which traditionally started in St.
Petersburg, is abandoning the Gulf Coast in 1993 because
of a lack of entries and will stage its entire series out of
Miami Beach Marina.
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The Mark Baxter Lauderdale Yacht Club March 10
Lipton Cup Biscayne Bay Yacht Club March 11
Ocean Race Coral Reef Yacht Club March 12
The Gulfstream Miami Yacht Club March 13
Nassau Cup Nassau Yacht Club March 14
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Spaniards sail to America first, again


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MIAMI Two veteran skippers turned a transatlantic
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Whitbread which both will enter in September.
Jan Santafla sailed the 80-foot Publiespaha into Miami
three hours ahead of Pierre Fehlmann's maxi world
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Route of Discovery III on December 19.
Publiespana, better known as Fisher & Paykel, was
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world twin-masted racer built in New Zealand had
consistently finished second to Steinlager in the 1989-90
Whitbread Race. Captain Santafia, a two-time Whitbread
participant, was pleased that a Spanish yacht won the last
event of the 500-year Columbus celebration.
Merit was considered the boat to beat in the Discovery
Race until Publiespafa passed Fehlmann several days out
of Miami and hung on to a 10-mile lead. At the end the
Spaniards pulled away and beat the Swiss to the Port of
Miami seabuoy early that Saturday morning.
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Bicentennial Park and Bayside Marketplace.
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Steam vessels exhibited at the Clewiston Museum


By WANDA RICHEY
Special to the Waterfront News
A traveling exhibit entitled "The Age of Steam on
Florida Waters" will be at the Clewiston Museum, 112
South Commercio Street in Clewiston.
The exhibit is a photographic collection of tur-of-the-
century steam vessels in Florida. It includes the work of
both amateurs and professionals who documented the
construction and appearance of Florida's steam vessels. In
the process, the images also reveal each photographer's own
interpretation of his Florida surroundings.
"The Age of Steam on Florida Waters" is one of a


series of traveling exhibits produced by the Museum of
Florida History in Tallahassee that Secretary Jim Smith has
placed on statewide tour. According to Secretary Smith,
this traveling Exhibits Program (TREX), is designed to
offer Floridians greater access to their cultural and historic
heritage.
The Florida Photographic Collection, Florida State
Archives, also assisted the Museum in the production of
this exhibit. It opened at the Clewiston Museum December
1, 1992, and will be on exhibit through February 20, 1992
when it will continue its statewide tour.
For details call the museum at 813-948-2870.


Captain Al Starts Exhibit honors Jungle Queen founder


Special to the Waterfront News
The Broward County Historical Commission in
December opened a new exhibit, donated by Yesteryear's
Museum., illustrates the remarkable life and activities of
Captain Starts, businessman, inventive genius, showman,
promoter and founder of Fort Lauderdale's famous Jungle
Queen sightseeing boat.
The exhibit includes photos, documents, postcards,
publications and such artifacts as Captain Starts' engines,
clothing and pogoo banjo."


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50th anniversary dive trade show planned despite dispute


By BRYAN BROOKS
waterfront News columnist
When Captain Jacques Cousteau put on. that first
SCUBA tank, with a two hose regulator attached and slid
below the waters of the Mediterranean Sea 50 years ago, it
is pretty certain he had no idea of what a revolution in
underwater exploration he had started: .
The Diving Equipment and Manufacturer's Association
(DEMA) will celebrate this 50-year. mark.in history as their
main theme in this year's seventeenth annual trade show,
held in Orlando from January 2.1stihrough 24ih.
Dick Bonin, DEMA's Executive director said, to
emphasize this theme, a two hour Industry breakfast will be
held on Friday, January 22nd, in.which three of SCUBA
diving's pioneers will be honored with. awards. The three are
marine educator and shark expert Dr. Eugenie Clark;
astronaut/aquanaut pioneer Scott Carpenter and the first lady
of diving, Zale Perry.
To cap the awards breakfast, an audio-visual
presentation will be put on by DEMA through Nikon and
Skindiver Magazine, who will show images of SCUBA
diving's colorful past.
But coinciding with the industry's 50-year celebration
is startling news that Robert Gray, former director of
DEMA is no longer there. Industry insiders say that he was
forced out in a power play with the. other DE!MA.board
members, possibly over the matter of exactly when to hold
the annual trade show. Many. resort operators have
complained for years that by holding the: trade show in
January each year they have to take theirbest people away
from the resort in high season; ini order to be. properly
represented at sport diving's largest gathering.
Some resort operators contacted said .hat Gray,.after
being forced out of DEMA, has.forined his. own trade
show, called the Pro Show. It was also; interesting tolearn
that the largest SCUBA certifyingagency in the world, the
Professional Association of Dive.Instructors (PADI), is
backing Gray and sponsoring the Pro Show.
Is this a power play or just.the diving industry growing
a little? Another question is: .will.the diving manufacturers
themselves have their new product lines ready for showing
in the fall instead of in January? Greg Mackay from the
Professional Diving Schools of Florida admits thesh are
interesting questions. He himself asks since DEMA is a
manufacturers show, will the die .manufacturers support
the Pro Show? He feels this was a power play between.
Robert Gray and the DEMA board, and one of the reasons
that PADI is sponsoring Gray's new-Pro Show is the long-
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-about the split with Gray and the formation of a new trade
show, refused to comment on the Pro Show, other than to
say that this year's DEMA show is a sellout. He also said
that this year's pre-registration of dive-store retailers is
running well ahead of other years, and he feels this will be
the biggest show that DEMA has ever produced. When
pressed on whether he is afraid some of the manufacturers
would pull out of DEMA and back the Pro Show, he
conceded that the Pro Show is competition, but said his
only concern was in making DEMA the best it could be.
Contacted in his California office, the director of the
new trade show, the Pro Show, Robert Gray, felt there
wouldn't be any kind of cutthroat competition for the
manufacturers backing between the two trade shows. He
feels that both shows will eventually cooperate and work
together for the betterment of both.
He cites as an' example, the agreement between the
National Sporting Goods Association and the Florida-based
Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. Both trade
shows had for years run separate trade shows. About six or
seven years ago they sat down together, agreeing to co-
exist. Both would continue to run separate shows, but both
would.cooperate with each other. Gray points out, since
that time both shows have grown over 300 percent.
Gray admits the fall format was always a priority with
him because he feels this is what the retailers in the dive
industry want, but he wouldn't say this was the reason for
the split.
When asked whether there will be a problem with
manufacturers getting their new product lines ready in
October, rather than later in January, he admits this will be


a problem, but insists that October is the best time of year
for a trade show. He bases this opinion on his long
personal experience in the diving industry as a part of AMF
Voit and Healthways, long-time manufacturers of water
sport equipment.
Gray said holding the trade show earlier gives the
manufacturers a chance to show their products and critique
them earlier. On the other hand, the retailers have a better
opportunity to see and decide what they want to buy. Also,
by seeing the product earlier, the retailers won't be stuck
with something they can't sell.
One of the differences between the two shows is that
the Pro Show will be more retailer driven than
manufacturer driven.'The Pro Show will also be a lot more
careful in keeping the show for the professional retailer.
For example, Gray said the first thing the Pro Show will
do to protect the retailers is to bar non-dive-store-affiliated
dive instructors from entrance to the show. He also says a
portion of the proceeds from the Pro Show will go to
promote the SCUBA industry.
When asked who are the forces behind the new Pro
Show, Gray said that the Pro Show is his, and it is
sponsored by PADI. Will PADI continue to attend the
DEMA show? He says it certainly will.
He stresses the market will ultimately determine which
show it wants. For him, it all goes back to holding the
show in October as opposed to January. Gray said the fall
show is what the retailers want. Market research has
consistently shown this and this is what the Pro Show will
be able to deliver.
The first Pro Show is scheduled for October 7th
through the 10th, 1993, in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Miami dive show changes retail sales policy


By SUSAN PAYETTE
Special to the Waterfront News
MIAMI Ocean Expo '93 International is
announcing a new change for March's dive show. In
response to dive shops and manufacturers in the industry
the show's retail sales policy has been changed. The
organizers will prohibit the "cash & carry" transactions
involving the retail sales of diving equipment during the
show. This policy is intended to cover all retail
merchandise normally considered "diving equipment."
The industry feels this will make Ocean Expo a higher
quality show with manufacturers and their representatives
exhibiting and showing their entire line of products. With
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An emphasis is being placed on education and product
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By DR. DAVID H. MENKE
Special to the Waterfront News
DAVIE Mars, also known as Ares, Nergal and other
names, will be a marvelous celestial object from now
through March 1993. Mars looks reddish-orange. The best
and most convenient times to observe this planet will be
after 8 p.m. during December and after 6 p.m. (and all
night) during January.
Mars will be in opposition (directly opposite, or 180
degrees from the sun) on Thursday, January 7. Observation
of any planet is usually best when it is opposite the sun.
On Sunday, January 3. Mars will reach its closest point to
the Earth in the past two years 93,736,500 KM
(58,257,613 miles). That is about 35,000.000 KM further
than its 1988 closest approach of 58.814,000 kilometers
(36,464,680 miles).
For several days before and after opposition (January 3)
Mars will shine at a brightness of magnitude -1.4. This
will make it the fifth brightest object in the sky behind the
sun, moon. Venus, and Jupiter. With its red luster, Mars
will be a bright colorful ball and a magnificent object to
observe.
To enjoy the Martian spectacle this year, begin
observing the red planet now and continue to watch it into
early January as it brightens up. To see the object, go
outside about 9 p.m., face southeast and look up. The best
time to see the planet would be when it is almost directly
up from the due south point, but you can observe it earlier
by looking toward the east (left). Locating it should not be
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rising time, and best observing time (near meridian, or mid-
way point in sky). It is difficult to see an object right after
it has risen, but if you wait about two hours, it will be
high enough to see easily. Waiting until it is at the
meridian (mid-way point in the sky) would ensure the best,
brightest, and clearest view.


Date
Dec. i
Dec. i
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb. I


Magnitude
-0.7
-1.0
-1.2


Times *
Rising Meridian
9.PM 3 AM
8 PM 2 AM
7 PM 1 AM
6 PM 12 Mid
5 PM 11 PM
4 PM 10 PM
3 PM 9 PM


*Approximate local time (rises in the east)

Also note:
Dec. 12-Mars is 6 degrees north of Waning Gibbons Moon
Dec.22-Mars is 3 degrees south of Pollux
Jan. 1 -Mars is at brightest (-1.4)
Jan. 3 -Mars closest point to the Earth
Jan. 7 -Mars at opposition
Jan. 8 -Mars is 6 degrees north of Waning Gibbons Moon
Feb.4 -Mars is 6 degrees north of Waxing Gibbons Moon


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Hull Cleaning
Inspection Dives Prop & Zinc Change
Search & Recouery Small Solnaqe


Mars would look particularly splendid in a pair of
binoculars or in a small telescope. If you do not have
access to such equipment, local astronomy clubs, public
observatories, and planetariums are most helpful. For
further information, contact your local planetarium or this
one.
To enjoy this marvelous celestial event, patrons may
visit the Buehler Planetarium's Zeiss Star Theatre at 7:30
p.m. on Thursday, January 7 to see The Mars Show, a
special planetarium presentation narrated by Patrick Stewart
(Capt. Jean-Luc Piccard of "Star Trek the Next
Generation"). Reservations are required. For information,
call 475-6681.

Manatee awareness urged
The Manatee Survival Foundation has started a
countywide campaign to increase public awareness about
Florida's endangered manatee.
Posters will be displayed during manatee season,
which began Nov. 15 and runs through March 31, on
Yellow Cabs, Tri-Rail and the water taxi. The campaign
theme is "Manatee survival: It's up to you!"
"We hope it'll bring about more manatee awareness,"
said Mary Ann Gray, president of the foundation. "It'll
remind people of our commitment to protecting this
endangered species for the future."
Gray said people who see manatees in the waterways
are asked to report the sighting by calling the Foundation
at 943-4391.



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VHS handheld Panasonic KX-G 1500. Never
used retail $695. Sell $350 obo. Binocs.
Steiner Commander 7x50, compass, range
finder, nightlite, retail $1200, sell $550 obo.
$700for both Day:779-1074-Nite:927-5373
WIGGINS MARINA BULL LIFTS- used travel
hoists- Buy & sell. Gregg Lift Co 699-0962
BOAT HULLS 16-24' cheap. Days 524-3569.
EPIRB model # ACR-RLB-14 CLA new
battery $250 obo. Call 407-220-4063.
FLAGS- Courtesy $8.99+ So&C Amer/Carib
Pacific Signal/Soecial orders 980-4829
Adler Barber COLD MACHINE complete,
good working order $300. 305-987-3060.
'88 BRONCO II XLT 5-speed as new 4-wheel
tow hitch $6425. Call 305-785-5460.
SHOW EXHIBIT- LIKE NEW 2 screens. Covers
8', backlit w/skirt & header panel. In travel
container.New$1200-Now$550. 782-0068
SENTRY AUTOMATIC BATTERY CHARGER-
120vAC input, 24vDC out, 40amp. Under
warranty, 3 mos old. Tom 491-5783.

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installations, repairs. Wide exper. Working
w/legal marine sanitation device laws since
1976. Reasonable/trustworthy.
Call Nautical Johns 467-7847.
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Cigarette 35 cafe racer carbon fiber two
510HP 502 eng silent choice top speed 74
MPH 3500 RPM=55MPH 4yr warr $125,000
Call 786-9000.
33' BERTRAM 1977- new gas engines,
interior, generator, A/C, electronics, auto
pilot, CD player, phone, SSB radio. Shows
like new! Bring your mate! $79.9K 467-8405.
31' SCARAB 11 1985 twin MerCruiser 454s,
330hp. TRS outdrives, 275hrs, Mirage props,
alum platform, like new, stored out of water
$35,000 obo. 305-781-4826


WANTED BOATS
36'-70' Vessels for unique
national maintenance program.
Receive a check every month.
Call NOW/
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ATTENTION YACHT
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Looking for fine vintage and newer
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charters dockside in Fort Lauderdale's
finest marinas. Zero engine hours,
dockage, daily maintenance. For
information call
BOATEL INTERNATIONAL,
INC. of FT. LAUDERDALE
(305)-764-6142 or
1-800-262-8341


RICH BEERS MARINE has openings for
marine ref & AC technician for service &
fabrication. Call 764-6192.
SEEKING
Highly motivated individuals interested in
training for management position with one
of the fastest growing marketing
organizations in the country. Excellent
income potential. To request a personal
interview, call 305-370-0965.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
BLUEWATER BOOKS & CHARTS
Bluewater has immediate opening for a well
organized & detail oriented assistant
manager with strong yachting background.
Previous bookstore management
experience mandatory. Position requires
strong computer skills & experience in all
phases of bookstore operations, including
buying, receiving, returns & floor
management. Apply in person 10-11am,
1481 SE 17 St., Ft. Laud.




CAPTAIN AVAILABLE- sail 50' liveaboard,
30yrs + exp Avail immed CaptBob 720-6152




NO HYPE! 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.

MARINA PARTNER-
Large profitable marina. Buy out
retiring partner. Box 216, Ft Laud 33302


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Used MERCRUISER parts must see' 524-3569
SEAGULL DEPOT- complete British Seagull
sales & service-restoration of antique out-
board motors. Call Jack 305-785-4090.
ENGINES-used i/o marine. Days 524-3569

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KOHLER*ONAN-WESTERBEKE-NORTHERN LIGHTS
Dockside service & installation. Used gens.
24-hour emergency road service.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724.
SOLAR 12v marine charger $55 581-4319
Diesel ONAN 30KW generator, all kinds of
electronics & misc items. Call for details,
Chris 360-7660 (9-5), 463-3910,
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We Buy Boats

Any size, type, condition
including damaged or sunken
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305-852-3393
Beeper 478-9591


New-91 40' catamaran LOA-39.6, BOA-24,
4000 Ibs, designer lock crowther, 2
outboards 9.9 HP Yamaha PVC foam 90k
786-9000.
1975 14' ABACO SAILING DINGHY built by
Maurice Albury, Man O War Cay, Abaco, BA.
Asking $800Restoration proj. 407-278-3187
DIVORCE SALE 45' ketch. Ready to cruise,
loaded w/12' Avon. Must see. Ph 792-2472.


CAL 29- new survey valued $20,000.
Offering $17 000 obo. Call 522-6316


37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192
CUSTOM MADE 40' SAIL- centerboard needs
TLC priced for auick sale. Call 463-9637.
1971 CAL 29. New sails, rigging, Satnav,
Loran, Autohelm. Recently surveyed. Fitted
for cruising Call 305-522-6316
CATAMARAN 16'needs mast$500. 524-3569
SAILBOATS WANTED- 34'-48' for our
charter fleet management program with
excellent dockage facilities. 305-923-2809.



POMPANO BOAT RENTALS 781-4300
101 N Riverside Dr. Pompano Beach. FL


EASY SAILING 305-858-4001
Pier 9 slip 16. Dinner Key Marina.
BAREBOAT- charter up to 42 feet
for brochure call 305-486-6382


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1975 14' ABACO SAILING DINGHY built by
Maurice Albury, Man O War Cay, Abaco, BA.
Asking $800Restoration proj. 407-278-3187
Boston WHALER clone-9' $495. 467-2406




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Russ Wilson at 504-273-3102.
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drifter l=49'; rig cutter. 305-776-9937.


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Yacht is a nice 46-foot sailboat. Lots o/'
time to swim, explore, read, etc..-.
For more info- Bob Raulins 305-782-9836.
FOXY LADY, 50, loves boating-fishing. I
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to share life, Photo. Box 116, c/o WFN,
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Boat with captain. Relax & enjoy.
305-524-2609


FOR CHARTER- 34' Express/Sportfish.
Half or full day. Boca-Pompano-Ft Laud area..
Call Captain Vince Janowich 463-6302 days
783-9079 evenings.
SAILBOATS WANTED- 34'-48' for oui
charter fleet management program with
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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.
SHORT TERM LEASE O.K.
Townhouse with DOCKAGE, unfurnished.
2 bedrooms with DEN. $1800/mo.
Kristy/Floridian Real Est. 879-0201
2 ROOMMATES to share large house in SW
Ft Laud. Own room & amenities, seasonal
ok. 1st &security req. 527-2753.
LAUD ISLES- 65' deepwater with dock 3/2
only $995. Drive by 2606 Whale Harbor Ln.
Call Savage Properties 587-4444
evenings: 583-1565
INDUSTRIAL 6400sq' ready for build-out,
good deal on a 3-year lease. Call PAUL
KAEHLER Ucensed R/E Broker 879-4699.
HSE MATE WTD pref marine prof n/s share
2/2 condo wall amens 15 min to Pier 66.
Call Mary/Piet 485-8163-Jenny 485-4797.




ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts & efficiencies. Pool, BBQ,
cable. laundry Call 527-0026
VILLA VENEZIA/AQUA MAR- Luxury 1&2
bedroom apts., studios & effs. Newly
remodeled & furnished. Heated Pool,
Laundry, Cable TV, BBQ. Seasonal.
Call 305-779-2818
LAS OLAS ISLES 1/1.5 modern town
homes, pool, own washer/dryer, weekly,
monthly, seasonal. Call765-1984.
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- 50 Hendricks Isle. 1/1
waterfront apartment, newly renovated
unit. Ceiling fans, vertical blinds, white
kifeten w/new appliances. Pool, laundry,
parking. $745 yrly.
Call 305-764-8111 or 305-523-9758
,RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- secure, 1/1,
gorgeous furnished apt. Docks available.
Hollywoo1r-.1 home 587-8451 no pets.
SUPER LCc-ATION- waterfront
apts*efficiencies. Pool-jacuzzi.cableoclose
to shops & beach-laundry. Wk/mo. No
pets BBQ area Off Las Olas Ph. 463-7067.


LAS OLAS- Admiral's Ct., 21 Hendricks Isle,
Apt-Motel from $350/wk, $55/day, pets ok,
oool. Call 462-5072


HAUCYON HOUSE 148 Isle of Venice yearly,
$650-$700 1-bed, waterfront, pool, cable,
quiet. Call mgr 305-463-2396 anytime.






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
gorgeous furn 1/1 apt 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 nbn-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.
RIVER VISTA- no fxd brdg, no Ivbd, H20/
elec. Secure. reasonable rates.761-1191
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-H20Oelec*cable-pool.583-4065
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd slips up to 45'.
Shower, laundry. B-B-Q deck, phone, cable.
Call 763-9732.


DOCKAGE continued

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.
111 Isle of Venice Cleanest private
dockage in Ft laud. 110-220, cable, private
phones, pool, laundry, no pets.
Call 524-4430. -
1-95 & GRIFFIN ROAD, in water up to 40'.
Also under cover & live-aboards available.
Call 923-4899
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.
Hendricks Isle-liveaboard ok, clean & quiet.
After 6 call 525-4128
Las Olas & ICW, 100' Ig boat, H20 & 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. 407-393-7028/305-771-3059.
Plus studio $495 1 BR $650.
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.

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


HENDRICKS ISLE- deepwater, wtr/elec.
No Ivbds. 525-4128-563-2424

Boat slips for rent- up to 40' 10'-10.5' beam
close to Port Evg. No fxd brdgs, wtr/elec.
$150/mo. Call 463-1080.
POMPANO BCH- prvt dock near inlet, to 70',
no Ivbd. 781-5244
Liveaboard dock- $200/mo. H20 & elec incl.
Good hurricane hole North Fork 522-6716
RIVERLAND- hurricane safe, deep water,
fence, w/e, 60', sail/power, no fixed bridges.
Private. No Ivbd. 584-9218
LHP-45'. 5 min to Hilsb Inlet. 781-7510
CITRUS ISLES: deep, protected, no fxd- brdg,
no Ivbd. max beam 13' $200/mo 357-4648
POMP BCH- dock avail. No fxd brdgs, no
Ivbds. 10 min to inlet. Call 946-1073.
20'-50' boat in Las Olas Isles. No Ivbds.
Call Dan Gibby- 525-4225
LHP- new 70' dock, 5' depth, N Grand Canal
600' west of yacht club, min to inlet, no fx
brdg. 110/220/lighted/water 305-941-5379
NEW DOCK near LHP Yacht Club. Quiet, sec.
Wtr/elec. min to inlet, no Ivbd. 942-5668
ACROSS from Performing Arts Center!!
Live/work on board Call 522-4775
HENDRICKS ISLE legal liveaboard, laundry,
showers, shady park-like setting. 895-6872.
TERRA MAR ISLAND- close to inlet, very
secure & pvt. Ltd Ivbd. $ neg. 943-1983.
POMP BCH- 25'. whips adult 946-4272
HENDRICKS ISLE- up to 48', Ivbds, laundry,
shower, parking. $350-$425/mo.
Storage. 8' beam $175/mo. Call 728-8818.
OFF NEW RIVER- NFB- 70' deep wtr, elec up
to 100 amps/H20, safe, phone, secure,
licensed captain in residence. Call 581-6945.
WEST of 1-95. 110/220, wtr. Lighted,
secure 5'MLW No Ivbd. pool. 792-0306.
OFF NEW RIVER- deepwater, no fx bridges,
up to 40', extra wide canal, wtr/elec incl. No
Ivbds. $165/mo. Call 581-8575.
HENDRICKS ISLE- EAST SIDE Ivbds, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Secured.
Super location Call 463-7067.
DEEPWATER secure to 45'. Call 563-0383.
BEAUTIFUL LIVEABOARD SETTING for boats
to 48'. Pool, laundry, BBQ, assigned parking.
Reduced rate for storage. Very secure.
Hibiscus 312 Hendricks Isle. Call 761-7643
MARATHON- Ivbd, up to 70'. Tiki huts,
Jacuzzi, cable; No fxd brdgs, BBQ, very
secure, only 3 LEFT! $300+/mo. 289-1444
BUY A SHARE OF PARADISE IN MARATHON
Liveaboard slips club house tidal pool
Workshop laundry & more...
HARBOUR CAY CLUB 305-743-5390
CITRUS ISLE- no Ivbds call 305-467-3817.
POMPANO- 2 docks 65' & 45'. Wtr/elec.
Deepwater. No Ivbds. Call 946-7528.

ILVBD DOCKAGE- N FORK New River,
quiet-still water/cable/phone/up to 55',
6' draft/parking for 2. 463-9123

NEW RIVER- up to 50', water/elec., no
Ivbds. Call 584-8419 eveninas.


DOCKAGE continued
RIVERLAND- Safe harborage for large
yacht/sailboat. 130' dock with 8' depth at
dock. 2 metered power centers (50 & 30
amp plugs ea) Security lighting, fenced,
locked gates, loads of parking. Overlook
native FI Flora/bird sanctuary just west of
Bradford Marine. No Ivbds. $6 per ft, per
mo. & elec. Call Savage Properties, Inc.
305-587-4444
MIAMI BCH- pvt hm secure deep ocean
access. water/elec. Nice view 673-0077
GILL ISLES- to 45', 110/220. Wtr, pvt,
secure, no fx bdgs. no Ivbd. 763-4142
N FORK NEW RIVER deepwater to 100', any
.beam, fenced/private gate, secure, wtr/elec
lovely location No Ivbd. $5/ft 523-2223


LHP- minutes to inlet, deepwater, no fixed
bridges, electric/water, phone.
No livbohnards. Up to 60'. Call 786-9000.


OFF NEW RIVER- wtr/elec. No Lvbd.
Call 525-0831


RIO VISTA- no fxd brdg no Ivbd 4.5 draft
prefer sail; will also trade dockspace for use
of power boat. Call 524-6834 evenings.
DEEPWATER Boca dock, no fxd brdgs, 10
min to Inlet. Up to 45' boat. 407-338-6895
SOUTH FORK OF NEW RIVER- up to 50',
private dock, pool, deepwater access,
water/electric. Call 791-4043 anytime
Dockage on DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL
Reasonable rates. Call 964-8568.
RIVERLAND AREA- up to 40', fenced yard,
ocean access Call 584-4597.
HARBOR ISLES off Cordova Rd, up to 65',
deepwater. 220/110 & water. 522-7619
CITRUS ISLES- no fixed bridges, up to 35',
$125/mo. No Ivbd. Call 792-8324.
LAS OLAS ISLES- $200 no Ivbd 761-7824
ORANGE IS to 50' NFB no Ivbd 764-7524
MIDDLE RIVER- no fixed bridge. Deepwater
15x60. Ivbd ok. Call 563-3675
Las Olas- Admiral's Ct, 21 Hendricks Is.
Luxury dock for Ivbd sailboat up to 12'
beam. $350/mo 1-2people. no car 462-5072
POMPANO- up to 40', deepwater, wtr/elec.
Call 566-5237 or 975-7095 Leave message
2 DOCKS for rent. North Fork of New River.
30'=$100, 45'=$150. No Ivbd. 524-0372
LAS OLAS- Deepwater*Legal live-on-any
length-shower. 463-0716


Undercover wet storage
for boats to 70' long and
20' high.
6 month Contract .35/ft/day
Monthly Contract .40/ft/day
JACKSON MARINE CENTER
1915 SW 21 AVE.
FT. LAUD, FL 33312

305-792-4900




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POMPANO WATERFRONT & OCEANFRONT
*1/1 $44,900 next to beach, low maintnc'
.2/2 $99,000 ocean view garage security
*2/2 $129,900 ocean w/d garage sec, pets
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
DEEPWATER TOWNHOUSE+2 DOCKS
2000 sq feet, 2 beds & 2 1/2 baths. 2
deepwater docks up to 48'. $229,000. Best
buy on deepwater.
Kristy/Floridian Realty 879-0201
WATERFRONT OCEAN ACCESS mobile home,
central air/heat. $29,000. Call 989-4558.
LHPt Deepwater lot 100' new concrete
dock & seawall. Short term financing. Call A.
Gerger 480-8761 or Prudential Fla RIty
(305) 946-8700 x133
OVERLOOKING BAY 2/2 coop near Galleria.
Dockage available. Call PAUL KAEHLER
Licensed Real Estate Broker. 879-4699
FT LAUD no fxd brdgs, 4/2, pool, spa, 131'
on water, 2 docks, davits, family rm, Ig
kitchen, formal dining rm, 2-car garage.
$209,000 Jim Naugle Co RIty 527-0835


ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
'"'462-5770O


.OWNER FINANCING DEEPWATER
Custom built 3/2 home with large family room,
fireplace, sky lights & 2 car garage. 70' of
waterfront, new dock & seawall. Just listed
$199,900. Ownerwill finance call for details.
-LAS OLAS ISLES GREAT BUY
DESIRABLE PECAN 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 ftdeepwater. $595,000.
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. $60,000.
*SAILBOAT COUNTRY! No fixed bridges, 2
bdrm, updated kitchen, 65' on deep canal.
$165,000.
-DEEPWATER DUPLEX 2 Bedroom/1 bath
and 2 bedroom/2 bath, Central A/C, 32'
Waterfront. $159,900!
DEEPWATERR RARE "ROA" ZONING -
Currently rental units and deepwater docks
Zoning allows for conversion to office.
Currently generating $2,600 per month
income. $329,000.
*ANNUAL LEASE WITH DOCK. 3/3
Townhouse on Intracoastal with dockage,
approx. 40' & garage. Across from Beach.
$1,750/month.
-DEEPWATER DUPLEX Spacious 2
bedroom, 2 bath plus family room & utility
room on each side. Garage, carport, large
yard and 45'on water. Motivated.
LAS OLAS ISLES. Spectacular view of Intra-
coastal & New River SUflrom this fabulous
custom conterr i 'Wry, 4 bdrm, 5 bath
pool home with of protected deepwater
dockage! Reduced$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.
-RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES &
ANNUAL RENTALS! Live on a private is-
land near downtown Fort Lauderdale on the
New River! 24 hr. security, golf, tennis, sau-
'nas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK*, deep
water ocean access dockage* as available
*(owners only).
1/1 .............$54,900 2/2 .Mcor...$73,900
1/1 ............. $55,900 2/2 ... .' ..$77,900
1/1 ...............$57,900 2/2 .............$82,900.
1/11/2........... $67,900 2/2 ..............$89,900
1/11/2...........$68,400 2/2 ...............$99,900
1/11/2 ...........$69,900 2/2.............$114,900
1/11/2coP cJr$76,900 2/2 .............$119,500
2/11/2 ...........$62,900 2/2 ?. .$126,900
2/1/2 ...........$71,900 2/2 ..!T.. $129,9(0
River Reach rentals also available
1 Bdrms $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) 4625770
Living and Working on the New River








30 Waterfront News January 1993 Classifieds
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STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM?
Call Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All tvrme & 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.


COMPLETE VESSEL MAINTENANCE
WASHiWAX, BUFFING, ALL UNDER-
WATER SERVICES INSURED TRUSTED
Call Mike at EXPERT MARINE
SERVICE 961-7065

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
JET STAR MARINE-Shop/Dockside Services
fast/reasonable/guaranteed-mechanical or
electrical on inboard-I/O-outdrive repairs
Office:783-4966 beeper:422-4935.
R&R BRIGHTWORK
Keep your boat & home looking good.
Varnishing, Teak, Paint and Wax.
Call Roland 722-1845.
EXTRA HAND TO HELP YOU! Paint / wood
maint / bright. 523-1743
TILE MARBLE CARPET'PARQUET for boat or
house. Capt Gilbert 941-5018. Lic &Ins
McSORLEY's RIGGING- We do Swaging
Splicing Furling Electric & Hydraulic Sail
Control Custom & Kit Spars. Ft Laud 522-
4208 LAZY JACK's Custom Spliced Rope
Installed Boats to 35' $225 60' $325/set.
SAIL/CANVAS REPAIRS-rigging & supplies
Stainless steel welding-quality work at
reasonable rates-North Winds "523-2223


WORK FLOATS FOR RENT
Delivered, extremely stable design. Keeps
you at water level: Great for painting &
repairs. $15/day.. Call 467-1229.

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Marine Services continued


SOS SAILS AND CANVAS
Sail repair- U.V. on furling-fullbattens.
Biminis-Dodgers-Sailcovers-Tents-Leecloth-
10 years experience. Mobile Workshop-
Absolute First Quality Jobs. Free estimates
Call 305-524-7653.


BEAVER BRAND
CANVAS, INC.
Custom Canvas

Products
and Canvas


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763-7423
205 SW 7th Ave.
Exterior

Biminis
Dodgers
T-Tops
Frame Modification and
Repairs
316 L Stainless
Gore-Tex Thread
Sunbrella Acrylic@


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-- Wecan polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock.
Call R B Bailev at 921-8286


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


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YACHT CAPTAIN- 150-ton lic. Power & Sail,
all areas, charters & deliveries,
exclnt refs. Cact Ed Wiser 305-852-3393.
POWER OR SAIL.
All oceans-65,000 miles logged. Refs.
Michael 305-564-1032 (evenings).
Don't trust your yacht to anyone without
checking references first. Vessels delivered
anywhere. Capt Jeff Denis 522-7028.
USCG licensed 100-ton. 25 yrs exp. Power
Specialist. References available. 763-7812 or
beeper #928,7492.



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,
incnrctinnc 7 rdavs 94 hrs 963-6325


GB's UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE-
clean & maintain, boat bottoms including
replacing zincs & pulling props. Monthly & bi-
monthly service available. In Broward call
reoff 431-1923l. I n Dade 957-9620


DUFFYS DIVING SERVICE
Props.Shafts*Zinc*Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days. Phone #(305) 922-6089


* Prop Removal & Installation E"rABL l1u ly/o
* Bottom Cleaning & Inspections
*Photo & Underwater Video Surveys (305) 98-1377




AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job
too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.
Complete Marine ELECTRICAL. Call JP Daly
772-6461 beep 528-3143.
DOUG's MARINE ELECTRIC 989-7261
Dockside Service, Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewiring & Euro Conversions


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.
Free estimates. 642-4991.

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


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% offwith 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.
CUSTOM BOAT LETTERING & GRAPHICS.
Vinyl lasts longer, looks better, costs less
than paint. Close to 100 colors; gold & ultra
metallics. Lifetime guarantee.
In Miami 856-5073. Toll-free 800-359-1423.



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J, In or Out of the Water
For Free Estimate & Brocture .
call 485-7744


Mw DO-IT- YOURSELF AREA DETAILS-R-US. Wash & wax. Compound,
30 TON TRAVEL LIFT buff engine cleaning, carpet. cleaning,
A FULL SERVICE MARINA free est. Low rates. Call. Jim 462-5404
SALES SERVICE
PARTS M&S MARINE' MAINTENANCE: wash,


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TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
Service. parts. All makes. 764-6192.
SPECIALTECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty $1395 Call 764-6192.
Complete Marine A/C refrigeration.
Call JP Dply 772-6461 beep 528-3143.
CRUISER's SUPPLY- Cruisair A/C. Refrig.
673-1454 Beeper = 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 CUSTOM CANVAS- all marine
canvas- From biminis to whatever? Call my
mobile canvas truck at 305 942-4211.
Ft Lauderdale Boca.

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


buffing w/Tetlon teaK, waterline, inext.
Dressing & underwater hull cleaning. Fax
305-892-2918 Beep 855-1799 appt Only
927-2014 Low rates Lie/Ins

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.

ABSENTEE MANAGEMENT- 25 yrs exp.
We do cleaning (int & ext), waxing,
varnishing & deliveries. USCG licensed.
Reasonable rhtes. References upon
request. Ollie 763-7812-bpr 928-7492


Detailing
At Its Finest
Reliable Cleaning, Polishing and .Refinishing
Below Market Prices
Bonded, Licensed and Insured
305-463-1414 878-1629 (Mobil).



OCEAI
BRITE SYSTEMS
with Licensed
APLE POLISHING & Insured
MARINE.AUTOMOTIVE.AIRCRAFT
Warranted Acrylic Teflon Polishing
"Never Wax Again"
Teak Cleaning & Brightening
Monthly Service Programs
Brite Work
Free Estimates No Obligations
305-531-8500


ELEeTR OIWy
* Sales Installation Service
* Navigation* Communications
* GPS Loran* Radar
* Autopilots. SSB x
* Selectable Interfacing
* Dockside Services
CONCORD MARINE SERVICES, INC.
Licensed and Insured Located at Harbour Towne Marine
305-921.8400 305-923-4642


Insuranc
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BILL i'PRIES1MAN /llstateM
305-945-0821 BOATOWNERS INSURANCE
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ALL AMERICAN TOOL CO. is ready to serve
the marine community. Our lines include:
PORTER CABLE, HITACHI, AEG, MAKITA,
DELTA & JET equipment.
Open 6 days, fast delivery. 525-TOOL


ATTENTION BOATERS & CREWS
* MAIL FOWARD/NGWORLD-WIDE
I* LiBOX RENTAiS
TjiE MAiLBAG 1402 E. LASOLAS
BLVD. 467-8085 FAX 522-5174



MAILBOXES ETC.

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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


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ONE-STOP MAIL
BUSINESS CENTERS




U.S. PAK-N-SHIP
* COPIES 5
* BUSINESS CARDS PRIVATE MAI
* RUBBER STAMPS BOXES FOR RE
* FAX SERVICE
* NOTARY 24 Hr. Acces
* GREETING CARDS
* POST CARDS STAMPS
* MAILING ENVELOPES Open
* SHIPPING BOXES Monday-Friday
* IFS 9:00-5:30

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Phone (305) 964-6409 Fax (305) 964-4418


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Marine Services continued



DAILY FRESH SEAFOOD MARKET specializing
n catering & fresh seafood. Ph 581-7271
PARTY CATERERS- from intimate parties of
2 or grand galas for 1000 Call 975-7626.
APPETITES- caterers for all occasions
specializing in yacht provisioning for daily or
weekly trips. 989-9480.



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


Marine 0Con iruclion


3OATLIFTS, DAVITS, all phases of marine
construction Licensed. Insured. Best
]uaranties. 407-750-4255. Boca Dock &
3eawall has moved to a new location.
ee our ad on page 13.
)OCK PILE restoration. Save your wooden
Jock economically. Call Dan 462-3179.

'-Family Business Since 1969-


New Construction Docks
Inspection Reports Pilings
Custom Wood Decks Seawall Repairs
Backyard Landscaping
Cert. of President Bob Cooper
Competency 587
80-635 587-2.28
Lie. & Ins.
S35Q0 FIELD ROAD; FORT LAUDERDLALE"
./^'"


6 BOATING CLASSES: Blue Water Sailing
starts 4 Jan; Meteorology plus 5 Jan. Call
Pompano Civic Center at 786-4111; Basic
Coastal Navigation starts 20 Jan; Celestial
Navigation 21 Jan; Windsurfing 23 Jan;
Small Boat Sailing 23 Jan.Call BCC at 492-
4004 or 989-2824 after 6 Jan



CROSS COUNTY SANDBLASTING 943-8877
See our display ad on oage 18


PARTS & SIGNS on Davie B 581-2777


Blast Off Sandblasting See our ad
page 20. Call 781-4333


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
AQUA MARINE DC PUMP 564-5052.


See ad page 14.


GAIJKVlT AD& PUMP PREPAIRSI Si
SALES & SERVICE
GALLEY MAID NORIA FLOTEC
JABSCO GROCO OBERDORFER
Specializingr in Rebuilt/Echajnge
Galley Maid Pumps

WE PAY CAS11 FOR YOUR O(1)
GALLEY MAID PUMPS

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581-6996

INSTALLATIONS ANYWHERE


MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
Seager. Tel 791-8628.
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rowe at 792-6092


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
CONSULTANTS Inc.
Rhodes, Ed Stanton.
evaluation. Power & sai
Call 946-6779 or 946-6(


SURVEYORS &
Mark Rhodes, Mike
Buyers, insurance &
.71
671


PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. &. financial, Dick Williamson
407-272-1053 800-329-1053.
C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Pre-purchase, insurance.
Call Jim Sanislo 407-495-4920.
Roger P. Klempner & Company
Certified marine surveyor/Consultant.
BUYING A BOAT? INSPECT BEFORE YOU
INVEST. Prepurchase, financial, insurance
surveys. Member: ABYC,AIMS,NFPA,SNAME,
USSA. Servicing St Lucie to North Broward
407-731-0550 24 hours.


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




CHAMBERLAND YACHT UPHOLSTERY-
reupholstery & custom work: boat
cushions,canvas, custom bedspreads &
drapes, home furniture, autos & Tonneau
covers renovations etc Lisa 305-527-1825
RICH MARINE HEADLINERS & SOFFITS
fast and efficient quality
satisfaction guaranteed- over 10yrs exp
For free estimates call 305-792-6360.
S I oay a 10% referral fee on leads $
Specializing In all types of marine
upholstery, int' & ext'. We'll beat all
legitimate quotes by 15%. 764-8470
MIAMI- Custom canvas, cushions & repairs.
Call 305-285-9729 ea






BOAT BLINDS
By Golden Image
CUSTOM HORIZONTAL AND
VERTICAL STYLES
VINYL SLATS RESIST
CORROSION AND ABUSE
UNIQUE STAINLESS WIRE
SYSTEM-HOLDS BLINDS IN
THE PLANE OF THE WINDOW


Yacht Management Group
850 N.E. 3rd Street, Suite 110
Dania, FL 33004 at Harbour Town Marina
305-929-6900
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SUNKEN BOATS
REFLOATED

UNWANTED BOATS
REMOVED

Capt. Ed Wiser
305-852-3393
.8pr. 478-9591



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place a classified ad. 524-9450


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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.

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

NEED VARNISH WORK DONE?
Wooding & repair.
Call 527-2753.
FRED THE OLD CARPENTER
Many years experience in Restoration &
Repairs of classic & wood boats.
Reasonable rates. 305-581-0888.
WOOD FLOORING FOR YOUR YACHT. We can
match any hardwood floor. Large inventory.
Open 5 days. ENDURACOLOR HARDWOOD
FLOORING. 1942 Tigertail Blvd, Dania
Call 922-9663.
MARINE CARPENTRY- complete interior &
exterior woodwork 27yrs exp 305-792-6173




Fine Yacht Carpentry
STeak decks
Custom cabinetry
SMica and Plexiglas work
SHighest quality
e Competitive rates
Ship Shape Marine
iCall Gordon 764-2285


Custom lMarine Wloott orkntg,. Inc.







RESTORE REBUILD REPAIR
Specializing in Complete Restorations
Dockside or Drydock Int/Ext Design
*Established 1982
RICHARD GIAMBERSIO, Owner'
(305) 791-5457

DOCKAGE GRATEFULLY
WANTED FOR ONE SMALL
SAILBOAT BY OWNER WHO
PROMISES NEVER TO BE A
BOTHER. PLEASE CALL
524-4057


Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place an ad.800-226-9464
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Brilliant full color illustrations on high
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Model 499201S
Reg. $16.95
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AQUA SOCKS
* Breathable mesh uppers
* High traction "mini-waffle" sole
* Cushioned 4-way stretch insole
* Great colors to choose from
Reg. $28.509 5

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