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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: Safety
        page 2
    Main: Advertisement
        page 3
    Main: People
        page 4
    Main: Advertisement
        page 5
    Main: Advertisement
        page 7
    Main: Letters
        page 6
    Main: Calendar of Events
        page 8
    Main: Tide Tables
        page 9
    Main: Broward
        page 10
        page 11
    Main: Palm Beach
        page 12
        page 13
    Main: Fishing
        page 14
        page 15
    Main: Advertisement
        page 16
    Aft Section
        page 17
    Aft Section: Advertisement
        page 18
    Aft Section: Sailing
        page 19
    Aft Section: Dining
        page 20
    Aft Section: Dining Dockage
        page 21
    Aft Section: Galley
        page 22
    Aft Section: Technology
        page 23
    Aft Section: Business Cards
        page 24
        page 25
        page 26
    Aft Section: Habitat
        page 27
    Aft Section: Classifieds
        page 28
        page 29
        page 30
        page 31
    Aft Section: Advertisement
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SOUTH FLORIDA'S NAUTICAL NEWSPAPER


JUNE 1993


Boat insurance: It's a buyer's market


Hurricane Andrew fails to dampen supply


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
While many South Florida homeowners
scramble for adequate coverage, boaters are
finding clear sailing as they attempt to navi-
gate the post-Hurricane Andrew insurance
market.
Several agents and administrators in the
marine insurance industry say that it's a buy-
ers market out there for people who want to
renew or acquire new policies on their boats.
"The boating community has fared much
better than those people with land-locked
needs," said Wayne Gifford, an agent at The
Loomis Company, a Fort Lauderdale-based
insurance firm which writes policies forboat-
ers in the Bahamas and nationwide.
David Williams, of Berg-Williams Ma-
rine Insurance in Fort Lauderdale, said he too
has had few problems arranging policies for
this clients.
The only change boaters may be experi-
encing is an increase in rates. How much of an
increase varies, however.
Williams has noted a 25 to 75 percent
jump in annual premiums, while Gifford said
he's experienced slight increases well below
25 percent.
"You have to understand that different
agents represent different companies," Gif-
ford said. "Policies also differ, depending on
the amount of coverage and the boat."
The rate increases are more likely due to
a string of natural disasters throughout the
country, and not just Hurricane Andrew's
wrath, Williams said.
For example, the unnamed storm that hit
New York Harbor in December, 1992, caused
more damage to vessels there than Andrew
did in all of South Florida, he said.
Although no reports are available on the
exact amount of damage Andrew inflicted on
area boats, it is not as high as land estimates,
say insurance agents.
That may be one reason why large num-
bers of marine insurance companies are not
oulline out of South Florida. unlike comoa-


nies which cover homes and businesses, said
Ann Hutchins, vice president of underwriting
for B.O.A.T.-U.S. in Alexandria, Virginia.
"Quite simply, the insurance companies
didn't pull out because they didn't lose a lot
of money," Hutchins said. "That's how the

Now that Andrew is almost a year
behind us, reports say that South
Florida's boating community has
almost completely recoveredfrom the
nation's costliest natural disaster.

industry gauges things."
Another factor may also be that the ma-
jority of boaters eluded the storm's intensity
by moving their vessels to a safe harbor, said
Krista Newton, an account administrator with
Pettit-Morry Company.
Pettit-Morry is based in Seattle and in-
sures about 15 percent of the boaters in South
Florida.
"A lot of people took the care to safe-
guard their vessels and that greatly helped
decrease the amount of damages," Newton
said.
Neither Pettit-Morry. or B.O.A.T.-U.S.
would reveal how much they paid in claims
from Hurricane Andrew. Company
spokespeople did say, however, that they
have no intention of leaving South Florida
because of the storm.
Only owners of wooden or older vessels
may experience difficulty in buying insur-
ance but those restrictions were in place long
before Andrew hit southern Dade County,
insurance officials say.
Now that Andrew is almost a year behind
us, reports say that South Florida's boating
community has almost completely recovered
from the nation's costliest natural disaster.
Those whose vessels suffered damages
due to Andrew received reimbursements and
many have either replaced or repaired their


crafts, according to local insurance agents
and company representatives.
"I can honestly say that I received no
major complaints about the way claims were
handled," Gifford said. "Everyone was pretty
satisfied."
PLEASE SEE SAFETY, page 2


Insurance tips:
The follow ing are tips for those insuring
their boats, supplied b) Berg, Williams
Marine Insurance in Fort Lauderdale:
*Beware of insurance contract phrases
like "reasonable care" and "due diligence."
*Scrutinize the section of the contract
regarding property. In addition to the hull.
make sure it covers everything normally on
board for use, maintenance and running of
the boat, including the dinghy and outboard.
*Purchasing an all risk policy is the best
bet because it covers exactly what it says.
rather one that insures only named perils.
*Carefully check the declarations page,
which details all the information specific to
the owner's boat. Make absolutely sure that
it is correct even the most minute details -
and that you understand all of the condi-
tions. Some questions to be asked include:
Is the name of the boat owner and the
boat spelled correctly?
Are the requested navigation limits cor-
rect?
What is the period of coverage?
What.are you. the policy holder, re-
quired to do in the event of a hurricane?
How much is the boat insured for?
*Make sure that liability covers all situ-
ations where the owner could be forced to
pay for bodily injury or property damage.
*Always keep a videotape of the boat,
ownership papers and insurance contracts
in a safe place and readily available in the
event of a hurricane or other emergency.


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Hurricane season: this time we prepare early


By HANK JONES
Waterfront News Writer
Hurricane.
Much has been learned. Much still is to be learned.
Before South Florida residents recover from the ravages
of Hurricane Andrew, before all the debris has been removed
and order has been restored, it is time to prepare for another
hurricane season.
Like lightning, hurricanes can strike twice in the same
place.
For those who have survived Andrew, there is little reason
to repeat all the dire prophecies. There is need to provide
reminders of the details of hurricane preparation. The season
is here. Education with respect to hurricanes may be just
beginning, says Dr. Lixion Avila, a hurricane specialist at the
National Hurricane Center in Coral Gables.
"Education plans are great, but while we can run away
from a storm, we can't hide from it.
Five million people including visitors in South Florida
cannot successfully flee and find shelter.
Had Andrew hit a few miles to the north or south, the Keys
could have been chopped from the mainland, while much of
downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale might have been
blown away.
Hurricane expert Dr. William Gray has predicted 10
tropical storms this year and six hurricanes. But how many
will strike land is the key.


"We have no answers," Avila said. Had the storm come
ashore just a few miles to the north, hit Miami's tall glass
buildings and showered the streets with glass and debris, we
don't know what the results would have been."
El Nino in the Pacific, the amount of rain in Africa, and
other weather conditions affect storms and their formation,
Avila said.
"It's surprising how much interest there is in hurricanes.
People want to know why they form and which way they
move. We can only encourage people to be prepared. We
cannot divert a storm's motion, but we can adjust our sails.
That's not original with me, but it's accurate."
The National Hurricane Center offers hurricane educa-
tion programs.
The meetings are open to the public but are directed
toward government officials and emergency planners and
manages.

Plans
One of the newer proposals calls for construction of a
"safe haven" in such places as mobile home parks, where
housing units are fragile, but community-wide central hurri-
cane shelters can be constructed.
The danger in storm surge may be underestimated. There
is much that the experts still do not know about storms.
"We're still learning a lot," Avila said. "We still don't


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bacteria which can transmit diseases to swimmers and
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know very much about the inner structure of a storm. For
example, what were conditions within the eye wall of An-
drew? We don't know the exact distributions of the wind
fields, among other things," Avila said.
One of the problems of studying hurricanes is that the very
data that might help information from reporting station are
swept away along with the stations, during the storm.
"Instruments showed winds of 145 mph during Andrew,
but I'm sure there were gusts of 200 mph. We have no models
to tell us whether a hurricane will intensify, and we have very
little information about the inner core structure of the wall
around the eye," Avila said.
But this year, forecasters, hurricane specialists and au-
thorities will have a new tool at hand the center's new doppler
radar.
Also to come, hurricane center officials are now able to
see exactly what the pilot sees through the new communica-
tions system. It's a real time system, flashing pictures on the
screen as recorded by the instruments even as the pilot
watches.
Satellite reports also make for earlier receipt of informa-
tion.
Still, Avila said, there is a potential for an average 300-
nautical-mile error in a 72-hour forecast roughly the distance
from Miami to Jacksonville.

Hurricane Andrew and insurance rates


SAFETY, from page 1
The storm also seems to have had little effect on people
who are purchasing boats for the first time. In fact, at Berg-
Williams, sales figures from January to early May has sur-
passed the amount of coverage taken out for all of 1992,
Williams said.
"The average value of boats we're insuring are around
S $150,000," he said. "We're not seeing any kind of slow down
S at all."
Phil Chinnock, owner of Chinnock Marina in Fort Lau-
derdale, said as far as.he knows the storm certainly hasn't kept
S anyone out of the water.
s "I've must have had more than a 100 customers after the
5 storm and all wanted their boats repaired as quickly as pos-
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It was the sale to end all sales as far as Broward's boating
community was concerned.
As word spread that Phil Bruch was closing the Bahia Mar
Marine Store and liquidating his stock at 50 percent off the
regular price, hundreds of people came to pick up a few
bargains.
But more importantly, they also came to say goodbye.
The shop, which opened in 1947 at the Bahia Mar Resort
and Marina in Fort Lauderdale, has become a landmark of
sorts for area boaters.
"It's the end of an era," Bruch said. "There aren't many
mom and pop marine stores left in Broward County. The big
chains are taking over."
Bruch purchased the store from 'It's the end ofal
its previous owner in 1966. He and many mom and
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nently shut the doors to their busi- are taking over
ness on June 1.are tak g over
Although Bruch said he'll miss
many of his steady customers and Bahia Mar M
employees, he doesn't have any mis-
givings about sailing off into the
sunset.
"I feel very fortunate to have been here for 28 years, but
I'll be turning 72 and I felt it was time to retire," he said.
Bill Verner, store manager for the past 35 years, said he
understands Bruch's reasoning.
"Bill's been wanting to retire for five years now," Verner
said. "Besides, business has fallen a bit in the past few years
anyway. I guess it's all that competition from the discount
marine stores."
Bookkeeper Tracy Graham said she feels like she's losing
a bunch of friends.
"The Bruchs have been really wonderful to me," said
Graham, who has another job lined up at a home health care
company.
Since news got out that the store was closing, several
people have written or stopped by to express their regrets, she
said.
Sales clerk Bill Sydnor even wrote a poem about it.
Sydnor started working at the store as a college student and has
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"The Bruchs have been like-family. They even helped pay
my college tuition," he said. "It's very sad that this is going to
end."
Many loyal customers agreed. Plenty stopped in to pay
their last respects, combined with a bit of bargain hunting.
"When word got out that we were getting rid of everything
at half-price the response was incredible," said Jack Witten-
born, a manager at the store since 1991. "The first two days
things were absolutely fruitcake, People were standing fouror
five deep trying to check out the merchandise."
After about two weeks, a lot of the items had been cleared
from the shelves and racks. Still, that didn't deter several
latecomers, such as Ray Whitney of Perry, Ga.
Whitney, who owns a 42-foot power cruiser, has always
stopped in the store whenever he docks at the Bahia Mar
Marina.
"I've boughtalotof good stuff,"
era. There aren't Whitney said. "I'm going to miss
op marine stores this store. It was a great conven-
runty. Big chains ience. It's certainly going to leave a
void."
Phl Buch Bruch said he would have liked
Phil Bruch, to sell the store, but couldn't be-
rine store owner cause the resort would not give him
a lease.
Bryan Morley, general manager of the resort and marina,
said Bruch has run the store without a lease for three years and
the hotel's owners were not prepared to work out arrange-
ments for a long-term contract after they discovered he was
retiring.
That doesn't mean the resort will not sit dowir-iwith
anyone who has an interest in the property. Already severall
offers have been made and the marine store is expected to re-
open under new ownership soon, he said.
"It was never our intention not to have a marine store,"
Morley said.
If someone were to take over the business, they will
hopefully run a friendly shop, Verner said.
A lot of regulars are used to stopping in for a helping of
Devy Bruch's homemade baked goods, a cup of coffee and a
bit of conversation. Some even played with Sam, a big golden
retriever and the store's mascot, Verner said..
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LETTERS
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Summer sailors come

out of the closet

By SCOTT D. YOST
Waterfront Neis Guest Columnisl
On a few summer weekends, I go sailing there with my
father. Although I'm not very good at sailing, he is. Mostly,
I just sit back in the sun with a beer while he steers and
adjusts sails and watches the gauges. Every now and then
he'll say something like: "Scott, grab that jib sheet and
secure it starboard." Then he'll look at me, remember who
he's talking to, and say (slower, and a little disenchanted),
"take the end of that rope and tie it to the shiny knob of the
right."
I have learned the really important things about sailing
tread: ways to keep from dying). The first thing I learned,
for instance, is that "coming about!" is the nautical term for,
"if you don't duck now the heat y pole that's about to swing
across the top of the boat will knock you unconscious and
into the water and you will drow n."
I haven't become too proficient yet in the non-death-
related aspects of the sport. The knots, for instance (the rope
kind, not the speed kind). Knots are very important to a
sailor because they're what assures him that the boat will
still be there the next ume he comes sailing. Here. rather
than learn the difference between a bowline knot and a hitch
knot, 1 ust follow the old Coast Guard saying: "If ou can't
tie a good knot, tie a lot of them."
I'le also acquired the ability to make weather predic-
tions based on mythology. Sometimes I'll look o\er the
ocean and sa\ things like. "red sky at night. sailor's de-
light," or i pensively while staring at the darkening cloud-
thick horizon) "yep, looks like there's a mean Nor'easter
blow i in."
In addition, I can pass along a fe\w other sailing tips I've
picked up over the years:
*Don't let your boat urn directly into the wind or the boat
Sill sit still in the water for a long time. It's called "gemtng
into irons" and your father will not be pleased.
*The people who wear clothes that look the most like
"yachting clothes" know the least about sailing.
*If you're getting seasick, going below only makes it worse.
*Stepping off the dock onto the boat is harder than it looks.
IHint. the boat moves away from you when ou step on it.
*The best, and usually the only thing, to do when the boat
runs aground is to break out the beer and wait for high tide.
*If you spend the night with seen other people on a boat
that supposedly "sleeps eight," you'll be using> our brother's
feet for a pillow.
*Flare guns are not toys.
*Don't waste your time fishing. Contrary to popular belief.
all American waters are completely devoid of fish).
*The new seasick patches that you stick behind your ear
really> do keep you from getting nauseous, but s ou spend the
whole weekend in a state resembling I2th-level REM sleep.
*If your father is dow n below and you're heading directly
towards, another boat. rum the wheel to the right and hope
the other guy's father is steering their boat (or has taught
him the same rule).
*When returning from sea, keep to the right of the red buoys
(or maybe it's to the left. I can't remember exactly).
*Channel 16 is the emergency channel.
So, I'm learning. And the more I learn about sailing, the
better I like it. Sailing is such a strange combination of
things: sun, beer. wind. more beer. salt water, and a little bit
of death mi\ed in. Sure, the drowning aspect is a little scary
sometimes. But as Nietzsche said. the great thing about
death is that it adds a touch of le% ity to life. I like to think
it does the same for sailing.

Scott D. )'ost is feature writer based in Chapel Hill. North
Carolina.



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Boater explores prejudice against multihulls


To the Editor:
I bought my first multihull, a Hirondelle 24 catamaran, in
1971. At that time, I had never heard of a cruising catamaran and
had never heard the expression, "multihull." Only a few years
earlier, I had switched from power-boating to sail-boating
strictly on the appeal of sailing. The wind was free.
Sailors were "mind workers" as opposed to the other types
who populated the powerboat milieu. While there are always
exceptions, this was apparent then and is still the same now.
While it is not unusual for various groups to self-segregate
themselves, the sailors brought with them an unusual trait.
Though they are a forward thinking, future oriented group in
their working lives, they represent a large block of nostalgia and
reverence for past technologies in their sailing lives.
Enter something new and different to the scene; sailboats
with more than one hull.
Along come these different looking boats. Some built by
backyard mechanics using unfamiliar materials and radically
different technology.
When I bought my Hirondelle, I do not remember any
prejudicial remarks. At that period in my life I was quite
sensitive to that sort of thing and might have reconsidered had I
heard and truly negative response. However, just the opposite
was true. Most people admired me for having the daring to make
such a choice.
The little band of vocal paranoids with their unusual craft
notwithstanding, when product was available, people bought.
Those companies producing cruising catamarans are subject to
the same market forces as any other producer, no more, no less.


When good-product is offered, it sells.
Recently, French companies have injected an entire new
enthusiasm. Additionally, this enthusiasm is supported by the
French national enjoyment and recognition of sailing as a sport.
All France knows the sailing heros. Perhaps there is a lesson
here for the American sailing industry?
Is there really prejudice against multihulls? Of course there
is. It is perfectly possible to ferret out prejudice against anything.
Is this prejudice meaningful? Negative! Events have proven
without doubt that the so-called prejudice against multihulls is
mostly illusion, some irrational and some deserved. Does it
affect us? Only to the extent that you allow it to affect you. What
can you do about it? Take a friend sailing on a multihull.
Charles Kanter,
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Insufficient water circulation

damages marine mufflers


By AL GRODSKY
Marine Mechanic
Q: I just had a muffler
replaced and my mechanic said
S" '"" that insufficient water was the
,, ". cause of damage to the previ-
*r ous muffler. The mufflers were
S hot, but water was coming out
of my exhausts supposedly
cooling them off.
A: Your mechanic was right. Water is circulated through
your engines to cool them. If you don't get enough fresh water
into the mufflers, they will bur and so will the hoses con-
nected to them.
Have your heat risers, water pump, manifolds, thermo-
stats and all hoses checked for deterioration. Is your engine
running hot? Leaking or burnt mufflers can sink your boat.
Q: I have a very annoying problem with dripping and
leaking on my drive shaft. The stuffing box leaks all the time.
Replacing doesn't help. I've used lead wrapped packing and
still leaking persists. Can this be repaired without replacing
the shaft?
A: The shaft must be scored at the collar of your packing
gland and packing is chewed up and leaking occurs. There are
a few patented stuffing boxes that are available. I've seen a
few that had a piece of hose and a free floating packing gland
clamped on one end and clamped to the existing box on the
other end. They did the job, but you have to slide the hose and
packing or stuffing box over the shaft, which means you have
to first pull the shaft or slide it back to accomplish this. If you
pull the shaft you can inspect it and decide if you can go either
way.
Q: I have a boat that at low speed or at idle speed makes
an awful wake. When I speed up, my wake is minimal. Any
suggestions on how to control this wake problem?
A: You must have a large boat to make such a wake. But
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could endanger other people. Wakes destroy seawalls and can
hurt small boats cruising along.
On a long trip and weather permitting, I would go outside
in the Intracoastal. Take it easy, relax, try to find a speed with
as little wake as possible.
Q: My sailboat has lines and rigging that clank and make
noise all night to the point where my neighbors complain. Any
help?
A: There are rigging snubers. stretch cords' fand' all
lashings that will stop all that noise. Look-at yoir neighbor's
boats they must be doing something right.

Al Grodsky is a marine instructor with the U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary. Write him at the Waterfront News, 1523
S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316, or visit him
Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the USCG, 601 Seabreeze
Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. Al Grodsky regrets he can not
answer reader's questions directly.

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Tuesday, June 1
Fairwinds Single Sailors, meets Tuesdays, Boca Ra-
ton. Call (407) 338-0306.
Summer Registration, through June 4 for kids 5 to 12,
Hollywood Recreation Summer Program.. Call (305)
921-3404.
Sierra Club, meets 7:30 p.m., Pompano Beach. Call
(305) 742-0495 or 970-0150.
Exercise Class, city of Hallandale, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Call (305) 457-1450.
Bird Watching, Deerfield Island Park, 8:15 a.m. Call
(305) 360-1320.
Senior Citizens of Dania, meets monthly, 9 a.m. Call
921-8700.
Wednesday, June 2
Beer Can Race, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club. Call (305)
443-7497.
Broadwalk Concert Series, Valerie Z in Paris, Holly-
wood Beach. Call (305) 921-3404.
Photographic Society, meets 7:45 in Pompano Beach.
Call (305) 941-1643.
Owls of Greynolds, a guided tour at Greynolds Park,
Miami. Call 305) 662-4124.
Spanish Course, Pompano Beach Recreation Center.
Call (305) 786-4111.
Thursday, June 3
Christian Boaters Association Fellowship, through
June 6, Oak Island, NC. Call (407) 724-2998.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club, meets Thursdays, 7:30
p.m. North Miami. Call (305) 941-2334.
Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. Miami. Call (305) 238-
9754 or 387-0733.
"Birding After Andrew," a guided tour at Greynolds
Park, Miami. Call (305) 662-4124.
New River Rollers, in-line skating, meets Tuesdays and
Thursday 7 p.m., downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call
(305) 563-2239.
Friday, June 4
Emergency Medicine at Sea, a lecture at Port Ever-
glades Fire & Safety Station. Call (305) 527-9355.
Moonlight Canoe Trip, Biscayne Bay, 7 to 9 p.m., $8
per person. Call (305) 662-4124.
Friday Night Concert, Hollywood North Beach Park,
6 to 9 p.m. Call (305) 926-2444.
Friday Night Family Movies, T.Y. Park in Hollywood.
Call (305) 985-1980.
Saturday, June 5
Fleet Review, Safe Boating Week, Broward County
Power Squadrons, Lake Sylvia. Call (305) 463-8070.
Boating Emergencies, Safe Boating Week, Palm Beach
Power Squadron, Lake Park Municipal Marina, 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
;ynchronizd Swimming Junior Olympic Regionals,
Swimming Hall of Fame, Fort Lauderdale. Call (305)
524-7635.
Learn to Swim Classes, pre-school, beginners, ad-
vanced, Quiet Waters Park, Pompano. Call 360-1315.
Anchors, Sailorman, Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-6716.
Holiday Isle Dolphin Tournament, Islamorada. Call
(305) 664-2321, ext. 654.
"Poor Gals" Tarpon Tournament, Marathon. Call
(305) 743-6139.
Bahamian Coconut Grove Walking Tour, with historian
Dr. Paul George, 10 a.m.. Call (305) 375-1625.
Wilton Manors Arts & Craft Festival, through tomar-
row. Call (305) 360-9477.
Sunday, June 6
National Safe Boating Week
Bear Cut Wading Tour, Crandon Beach Park, 10:30
a.m. Call (305) 662-4124.
Boat Harbour Championship, through June 11, Baha-
rmas. Call (809) 367-2736.


Spring Race, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, 11 a.m. Call
(305) 443-7497.
Happy Anniversary Susan, 6 years of happiness.
Poetry in the Woods, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Secret Woods
Nature Center. Call (305) 566-7823.
Monday, June 7
Marine Fisheries Commission, Cocoa Beach. Hallen-
dale Senior Citizens Club, meets at City Park, 11:30 a.m.
Call (305) 457-1457.
Don Hawley International Flyfishing Tournament,
Islamorada, through June 11. Call (305) 664-5423.
Tuesday, June 8
Sea Ray Owners Association, meets in Fort Lauder-
dale 7 p.m. Call (305) 945-5155.
Waterfront Advisory Board, city of Miami. Call (305)
579-6961.
Powerboat Singles, meets 6 to 8 p.m. at Mombasa Bay,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 428-3808.
Fair Winds Single Sailors, meets in north Broward on
Tuesday: Call (305) 941-1631.
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7 p.m. Call
(305) 537-3094.
Broward Native Plant Society, meets 7:30 p.m. Call
(305) 791-1030.
Friendly Toastmasters Club, meets Tuesdays in north
Broward. Call 462-1001.
Wednesday, June 9
Seabird Yacht Club, meets second Wednesday of the
month in Lighthouse Point. Call (305) 782-7166.
Broadwalk Concert Series, '50s and '60s music, Hol-
lywood Beach. Call 921-3404.
Dania Marine Advisory Board, meets 7:30 p.m. at
Dania City Hall. Call (305) 921-8700.
Beer Can Race, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, Call (305)
443-7497.
Thursday, June 10
Sailing Singles, meets 6 p.m. at Marina Bay, Fort
Lauderdale. Call (305) 565-0775.
Friday, June 11
Ladies Fish-Off, through tomorrow., proceeds beenfit
Kids in Distress. Call (305) 943-0377.
Tavernier Creek Marina Dolphin Rodeo, through
June 13, Florida Keys. Call (305) 852-5854.
Lower Keys Dolphin for Youth Tournament, for
anglers from age 8 to 12. Call (305) 872-3200.
Saturday, June 12
Operation Reef Clean, West Palm Beach. Call (407)
439-3956 or (407) 793-2233.
Marine Flea Market, at the Palm Beach Kennel Club,
starts 8 a.m. Call (407) 832-6780.
Indian Key Canoe & Snorkel Trip, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m..,
$25 per person. Call (305) 662-4124.
Music Under the Stars, George Carroll Big Band,
Kester Park, Pompano Beach, 7 p.m. Call 786-4111.
Fourth Annual Grape Festival, Alva, Fla. Call (813)
728-9463.
Star Gazing, Fox Astronomical Observatory, Mark-
ham Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call (305) 721-4159.
First Aid Class, National Safety Council, Fort Lauder-
dale, 1 p.m.. Call (305) 772-9900.
Sunday, June 13
Miss Teen Fort Lauderdale Pageant, ages 7-19, Mi-
ami. Call (800) 724-3268.
Spring Race, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club, 11 a.m. Call
(305) 443-7497.
Summer Picnic, Deerfield Island Park. Call (305) 360-
1320.
Little Palm Island Grand Slam, through June 16. Call
(800) 343-8567.
Manhatten Magic, Children's Musical Theatre, Holly-
wood Playhouse, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. performances. Call
(305) 923-2623.


Monday, June 14
Sierra Club of Miami, meets 7:30 p .m., Coral Gables.
Call (305) 667-7311.
Low Impact Aerobics, meets 6 p.m. in Wilton Manors.
Call 390-2130.
Davie-Cooper City Toastmasters, meets Mondays 7
p.m. Call (305) 321-6477.
Single Boating Club of the Palm Beaches, meets 7:30
p.m. Call (407) 746-0677.
Tuesday, June 15
Sierra Club of Palm Beach County, meets 7:30 p.m.
WPB Garden Club. Call (407) 790-2133.
Fair Winds Single Sailors. Call (305) 941-1631.
Broward Women's Sailing Association, meets 6:30
p.m. in the Bahia Cabana inFort Lauderdale.
Mako Marine Women's World Invitational, through
June 18, Islamorada. Call (305) 852-8747 or 664-2888.
Gourmet Cooking Classes, Hagen Park, Wilton Man-
ors, 7 p.m. Fee: $60. Call (305) 772-5352.
Wednesday, June 16
International Submarine Races, through June 27, Fort
Lauderdale Beach, starts 8 a..m. Call 351-4175.
Broadwalk Concert, The Gail Tripsmith Band, 7:30
p.m., Hollywood Beach. Call (305) 921-3404.
Sawgrass Herpetological Society, meets.7p,m. at Fern.
Forest Nature Center, Pompano Beach. gil(305) 06-C
0150 ;
Think Life, a fund raising group for people with AIDS,
meets 7 p.m. Call 475-0793 or 653-6164 in Dade.
Nature Walk, Deerfield Island Park, 8:30 a.m. Call
(305) 360-1320.
"Managing Fiduciary Responsibilities," Shearson
Lehman Brothers, 7:30 a.m. Call (305) 457-1500 in
Broward; (305) 579-0628 in Dade.
Thursday, June.17
Boating Safety Course, 7-week cursefree, Pompano
Beach Civic Center, 7:30,p.m. Call786-4111 or-941-
5781.
School's Out Beach Party, for high school students,
Hollywood Beach, music, volleyball and football, 1 to 6
p.m. Call 964-3877.
First Aid Course, National Safety Council, Fort Lau-
derdale, 9 a..m. to 1 p.m. Call 772-9900.
Friday, June 18
Starlight Musicals, Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale,
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call (305) 761-5380. ::-.
Youth Wreck Dances, Wilton ,Manors,_8 pj~i l-
(305) 390-2130.
Saturday, June 19
Take Father Fishing, with Florida Marlins hitting
coach Doug Rader, Singer Island. Call (407) 844-1724.
Movies in the Park, Easterlin Park, Fort Lauderdale,
starts at dusk. Call 938-0610.
Corrosion Block, Sailorman. Call 522-6716.
Music Under the Stars, Bourbon Street Jaz Band,
Kester Park, Pompano. Call (305) 786-4111.
Sunday, June 20
Father & Son Kite Flying, West Lake Park, 11 a..m.
Call (305) 926-2410.
Monday, June 21
Low Impact Aerobics, meets 6 p.m. in Wilton Manors.
Call 390-2130.
Hallandale Senior Citizens Club, meets Mondays,
11:30 a.m. Call 457-1457.
"The Wreck," summer recreation program for kids,
Wilton Manors. Call (305) 390-2130.
Gold Cup Invitational Tarpon Tournament, through
June 25, Islamorada. Call (305) 853-0187.
Tuesday, June 22
Boating Skills and Seamanship Class, Coast Guard
Auxiliary, six-week course, 7:30 p.m., Deerfield Beach.
Call (305) 421-7054 or 975-7246.


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Broward. Call (305) 941-1631.
Wednesday, June 23
Naturalist Luncheon Series, Fern Forest Nature Cen-
ter, 11 a..m. Call (305) 970-0150.
Broadwalk Concert, Chopper and the Lone Star Band,
Hollywood Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call (305) 921-3404.
Nature Walk, Deerfield Island Park, 8:30 a.m. Call
(305) 360-1320.
Thursday, June 24
Volunteers Needed: Art and Culture Center, Holly-
wood, Association of Retarded Citizens, west Brow-
ard, City of Oakland Park Library, Department of Heath
and Human Services, west Broward, Fort Lauderdale
Parks, Harbor Beach Convalescent Center. Call (305)
563-8991.
Friday, June 25
Laser-Light Show, every Friday and Saturday, Buehler
Planetarium, BCC, Davie, 9 p.m. Call 475-6681.
World Junior Frisbee Dis Contest, kids under 16, City
Park, Hallandale, 10 a..m. Call (305) 457-1450.


Saturday, June 26
South Florida Fishing Classic, Pompano Beach. Call
(305) 942-3113.
Bass Tournament, Quiet Waters Park, Pompano Beach
-Call (305) 360-1315.
Alamo International Group Swim Meet, Swiming
Hall of Fame, Fort Lauderdale. Call 524-7635.
"Emergency Medicine at Sea," Seminar by Marine
Medical, Fort Lauderdale. Call (305) 527-9355 or 800
992-3440.
Music Under the Stars, Aristocrats Big Band, Kester
Park, Pompano, 7 p.m. Call (305) 786-4111.
Roller Blade Competition, Hollywood North Beach
Park, I p.m. Call (305) 926-2444.
Star Gazing, at Fox Astronomical Observatory, Mark-
ham Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call (305) 721-4159.
Sunday, June 27
Advanced First Aid, Marine Medical, Fort Lauderdale.
Call (305) 527-9355.
Fort Lauderdale Event Hotline:761-5363.
Hollywood Recreation Department, 921-3404


Lighthouse Point Recreation, 784-3439.
Pompano Beach Recreation Department, (305) 786-
4111.
Monday, June 28
Davie-Cooper City Toastmasters, meets at Nova Uni-
versity, 7 p.m. Call (305) 452-0579.
Hallandale Senior Citizens Club, meets Mondays 11:30
a.m. Call (305) 458-3251 in Broward, (305) 949-9912 in
Dade.
Tuesday, June 29
Singles Boating Club of the Palm Beaches, 11 a.m.
picnic, Loggerhead Park. Call (407) 622-6986.
Wednesday, June 30
Broadwalk Concert, The Raves, classic rock, Holly-
wood Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call (305) 921-3404.
Beer Can Race, Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club. Call (305)
443-7497.
Nature Walk, Deerfield Island Park, 8:30 a.m. Call
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Boaters warned to make
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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Broward County boaters who plan on taking their vessels
to a safe harbor in the face of an oncoming hurricane should
have already made docking arrangements.
If not, then get busy now, said Sgt. Larry Whitford,
supervisor of the Broward Sheriff's Office Marine Unit.
After Hurricane Andrew last year, waterfront homeown-
ers called to complain about crafts being tied to docks without
permission, he said.
"Boaters need to remember that once they're past the last
bridge, they are on their own," Whitford said.
With a new hurricane season beginning June 1, the BSO
marine unit will follow the same flotilla plan used during
Andrew, he said.
According to the plan, boaters have 3 1/2 hours to leave
coastal areas after the county issues an evacuation warnings.
During the evacuation, the Fort Lauderdale Police De-
partment's Marine Patrol Unit will be deployed on the Intra-
City kicks off beautification award
program with reception
Special to the Waterfront News
FORT LAUDERDALE The city of Fort Lauderdale
kicked off its Community Appearance Awards program with
a reception last month hosted by Victoria and Robert T.
Williamson.
The Williamson's home, Villa Della Sirena, was the 1992
winner of the "Best Overall Residential" award.
Architects, landscape architects, builders, community
leaders and representatives of the city's civic associations
attended the reception.
"Our work applauds not only individual accomplish-
ments but their impact on community pride," said Community
Appearance Award board chairman Jackquelyn Scott.
The CAB is seeking to encourage beautification efforts.
Large and small landscaping projects are eligible and are
judged on their individual merit.
In addition to the annual awards program, the CAB is
taking an active role in a public education program.
Information about the awards and upcoming horticultural
seminars can be obtained by contacting Stanley Weedon of
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Vessels proceeding north to the New River will form
flotillas in the Pier 66 area. Those boats going south will form
flotillas in the Bahia Mar area.
After 3 1/2 hours, draw bridges will be locked down until
the storm has passed, Whitford said.
County officials were pleased with the way its plan
worked during Andrew. Warnings to evacuate were issued


Recent legislation has made it illegalfor
marinas to oust boaters during an evacu-
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properly secured ...


about 24 hours before the storm hit land, giving boaters ample
time to seek safe harbor, Whitford said.
"By and large, most everyone cooperated and we had no
complaints except from the waterfront homeowners upriver,"
he said.


After years without a hurricane and several scares,
Whitford said he wasn't surprised that the plan went smoothly
when the real thing occurred.
John Fiore, liaison to the Broward County Marine Advi-
sory Committee, also praised the county's flotilla plan.
"People knew what to do and they did it," he said.

Although the county has no intention of changing its plan,
a crinkle has been added by the state legislature giving boaters
the choice of whether to flee upriver or stay put, he said.
Recent legislation has made it illegal for marinas to oust
boaters during an evacuation, provided that the vessels are
properly secured, Fiore said.
But the next time a hurricane is about to strike, Fiore
doesn't think too many people will chose to stay at marinas.
"I would think that after seeing the damage in southern
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State compromises on Broward's manatee safety plan


Waterfront News Writer
This month Broward County boaters will be required to
slow down in an effort to protect manatees.
Last month the Florida Cabinet approved a safety plan
drafted by the state Department of Natural Resources.
Speed limits along the Intracoastal Waterway will be
reduced to 25 miles per hour, down from the previous speed
limit of 30 miles per hour. Slower speeds will also apply to
canals and rivers connected to the Intracoastal.
During manatee season, which runs from November to
March, boats will be required to travel from six to seven miles
per hour, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., depending on the size of the
boat and its hull design.


New Marine Advisory
Board named in Fort

Lauderdale
By M.G. SWIFT
Waterfront News Writer
Four newcomers were nominated to the Fort Lauderdale
Marine Advisory Board for the 1993-'94 term.
Yacht broker Pat Moss was named to the MAB for the
first time by City Commissioner Jack Latona. She is an active
member of the Florida Yacht Broker Association and has been
in the marine business for 21 years.
After a short political sabbatical, Charles Barnes was
renamed to the board by Commissioner Carlton Moore. Bar-
nes resigned last year to campaign for Broward County
Sheriff Ron Cochran. Barnes is currently Cochran's chief of
staff.
Newcomers Joe Hessmann and Charles Huber were also
appointed by Commissioner Cary Keno. Hessman, a marine
craftsman, has run for a seat on the city commission in the past
and has served on the city's Sign Advisory Board.
Huber is an officer of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary in
Fort Lauderdale.
Mayor Jim Naugle and Commissioner John Aurelius both
renominated MAB incumbents.
Under the city's charter, the commission could nominate
up to three people to the 15-member board.
1992-93'MAB Chairman SonnyJrons was re-elected last
mdnth-by a 95 vbfetto head the paneFthrough April, 1994. He
was opposed by board member Brian Leary, who was elected
vice chairman.
Not returning to the MAB for another year were: Paul
Sallarulo, Brett Bass, Marty Martindale and Dennis Nusser.
Listed below is thel993-'94 MAB lineup.
Mayor Jim Naugle named:
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*Bob Bekoff (I)
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Commissioner John Aurelius:
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*Joe Hessman (N)
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The new manatee protection plan will apply to 39 miles
of Broward's waterways. Boats will also be required to remain
50 feet from shore because manatees usually travel close to
land.
To navigate strong currents, boaters can pick up speed
slightly through the Hillsboro Inlet and under the Hallandale
Beach Boulevard Bridge. A slower pace is required under the
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The Cabinet temporarily delayed a year-round weekend
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The City of Fort Lauderdale and the Marine Industries
Association of South Florida threatened to legally challenge
the plan if the provision in Pompano was not dropped.
Now, the Florida Marine Patrol is requesting suggestions
on how to improve boating safety along Broward's Intracoas-
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To submit your suggestions, write to: Capt. Alan Richard,
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Port Everglades honored for
hurricane relief assistance

Special to the Waierfron News
PORT EVERGLADES The Salvation Army hon-
ored Port Everglades in the May Connmission meeting for
its emergency relief assistance in the long aftermath of
Hurricane Andrew.
Immediately following the hurricane, Port Authority
donated 60,000 square feet of protected warehouse space
to serve as a transload distribution center until distribution
sites could be created closer to the heavily affected areas.
The Port also volunteered staff labor and equipment to
help move and store the donated goods.
During the three months more than 150 trailer loads of
donated materials were received.
Salvation Army Captain Ron Busroe presented a
certificate to Port Everglades Authority Chairman Jim
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Dinner Key proposal submitted to city
MIAMI A tentative first step has been taken to reacti-
vate Dinner key Marina. A proposal was submitted to a review
committee representing the city of Miami, and the plan was
approved by a one-vote margin.
Still lacking and needed are expanded financial back-
ground on the development team as well as minority represen-
tation.
Jim Wellington, committee chairman, said the proposal is
workable, and meets UDP and community requirements that
a working and full service boat yard be maintained at Dinner
Key.
The city manager's office must study and approve the
proposal which was opposed by Warren E. Butler, city staff on
the review committee, and Raoul De La Tour, marina manager
at Dinner Key.
Meanwhile, only about a quarter of the marina's 582 slips
have been repaired since Hurricane Andrew, and city inspec-
tors have expressed safety concerns.
Five years ago the City of Miami invested $12 million in
the marina. Delays in renovation are estimated to be costing
the city more than $1 million.
Contributing to the delays and costs is in-fighting on the
city commission. Cone Construction, which expected to re-
ceive the work contract, initiated a law suit against the city
after commissioners rejected all bids and started the bid
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Elliot Key opens to boaters
ELLIOT KEY Elliot Key at Biscayne National Park
has been reopened to boaters, as the slow post-hurricane
rebuilding continues.
Boca Chita Key and Adams Cay remain closed, while on
Elliot Key visitors are reminded to avoid construction and
maintenance areas where work has not been completed.
The harbor, with its 68 slips, is open along with the
campgrounds, tables and grills. Restrooms, showers and fresh
drinking water are available.
Convoy Point Visitor's Center (nine miles west of Home-
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MIAMI This month brings the start of construction on
the new Brickell Avenue Bridge, which will replace the
existing 64-year-old structure.
The $15.5 million project is expected to be completed in
about two years.
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By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
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WEST PALM BEACH Divers throughout the county
will be scouring the reefs for monofilament line, bottles,
anchors, and other trash during Operation Reef Clean Satur-
day, June 12.
Last year, over 100 divers participated in the event,
collecting 3,228 feet of monofilament line, 150 cans, 30
bottles, and an assortment of other items.
Kathy Vaughn, this year's reef clean chairperson, is
hoping at least 200 divers will participate in addition to the
volunteers manning seven sites throughout the county.
"I think we'll have a lot more participation this year


because last year was the initial year and this year more people
are aware of the event," Vaughn said.
Vaughn said the event's goal is to develop an awareness
of preserving and protecting the county's reefs.
Seven sites will be set up as charter boat bases and trash
depositories. These include:
Jupiter Marina
Phil Foster Park
New Port Cove Marina
Riviera Beach Municipal Marina
Sea Mist Marina (Boynton Beach)
S Silver Palm Park (Boca Raton)
Scuba Club (West Palm Beach)


Volunteers will be needed to work the seven sites.
After the cleanup, a celebration will be held at Sailfish
Marina on Singer Island Beginning at6:30 pm. The public is
invited to enjoy all the festivities, including food, music, arts
and crafts displays, and raffles for various door prizes. All,
proceeds from the party will benefit ocean Impact, which will
be opening a Marine Wildlife Care Center in West Palm
Beach in the near future.
For more information on how to volunteer or participate
in the reef clean, call the Ocean Impact Foundation at (407)
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Rough seas slow artificial reef installation
PALM BEACH Unruly seas have delayed the comple-
tion of the installation of the mid-town artificial reef off Palm
Beach.
The Palm Beach Town Council has delayed the reef's
installation until September 1 to allow the firm enough time to
finish dropping and interlocking the rest of the 330 section
reef.
Initial studies of sand accretion on the lee side of the reef
have shown an increase of sand on the average of 20 cubic
yards per linear foot of coastline.

Weed sprays hurting fish in Lake Okeechobee
WEST PALM BEACH Anglers are complaining that
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aquatic weeds.
The District receives a substantial amount of money from
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aquatic weeds which may hinder navigation on the lake.

Council approve shore protection plan
WEST PALM BEACH The Countywide Beaches and
Shores Council passed a motion recommending the state
authorize the renourishment of 2.1 miles of coastline as part of
the Palm Beach/South Palm Beach Shore Protection Project.
Environmental assessment and feasibility studies con-
ducted by county environmental officials have concluded that
the 2.1 mile parcel, which is shorter than the original 4-mile
study area, would be the most environmentally sound project
to do in the area.
Storms create need to dredge inlet
RIVIERA BEACH Dredging of the Lake Worth Inlet
could begin this month since recent storms have left major
deposits of sand outside the inlet's entrance.
The sand shoals are causing major problems for commer-
cial vessels who must come through the inlet before docking
at the Port of Palm Beach.


Disabled man wages war over fishing ramp
JENSEN BEACH An arbitrator has been called in to
settle a dispute between a disabled retiree who wants to build
a wooden wheelchair ramp so he can fish in his backyard and
the Pinecrest Homeowners Association which says that's
illegal.
Sam Fletcher won a building permit for the ramp, but will
allow a mediator to settle the disagreement over safety.


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RIVIERA BEACH A local resident was bitten by a
shark while swimming off the Riviera Municipal Beach
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Special to the Waterfront News grabbed 150.8 points to earn another $1,000 as the top family fishing aboard the Fish City Pride. Joe Yomtov placed second
POMPANO BEACH A tournament record 405-pound in the family division, with 48 points and Therese Karow was third and the top
blue marlin caught during the Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo Anglers Tom Jahn and Mike Wyden, crew of Bad Habit, woman drift angler with a 45.5-pound king.
in May became the largest fish to be weighted in during the won $3,000 in the roundup for the heaviest combo of dolphin, Jason Sonnenberg placed as the top junior drift angler.
event's 28-year history. wahoo and fing fish. Their total of 89.3 pounds consisted of a The John and Chris Whitmer Memorial Trophy for the top
Angler Mark de Tournillon, of Hollywood, spent 1 1/2 58.5 pound wahoo, a 18.6 pound dolphin and a 12.2 king. father/child fishing team went to Jennifer and Peter Hinds on
hours reeling in the monster marlin, caught 15 miles off Fort Freddie David, 12, repeated his feat of two years ago to Quetzal. Their 127.5 points also garnered them the third place
Lauderdale, to win $1,000 as top male angler, become the top angler in the offshore angler junior division, family award.
A 305-pound blue marlin caught in 1985 previously held He will receive $1,000 cash and merchandise prizes. Fishing In the billfish release division, 113 sailfish and one blue
the record with his brother Jimmy aboard Frick And Frack, Freddie marlin were released. Jeff Dana, on IslandBreeze, won the trip
In this year's Rodeo, 650 anglers fished aboard 268 boats caught a 58.6-pound sailfish, a 30.5-pound tuna and a 26- to Hawaii for releasing a billfish.
off Pompano Beach. pound king to also finish as the third place top male angler and Heaviest fish awards worth $1,000 each went to Steve
The crew of Swamp Fox, a 42-foot Chris-Craft owned and the second place family. Roab, Dat Damn Boat II, 40.4-pound king mackerel; Jim
captained by Harry P. Santos, Jr., took top overall boat honors Jim Leto, Jr., 13, on In Pursuit, a 25-foot Pursuit, finished Boyd, Catch 'Em Up, 43.4-pound dolphin; Robert Case, JBII,
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Pete Vasello was named top mate. tized I was third. pound cobia.
With 115.3 points, David Detweiler aboard the Tail Lyla Hamby, on In Pursuit a 23-foot Seacraft, received New this year, the small fry division was introduced to
Walker, was the second-overall male angler. $1,000 and merchandise prizes as top woman angler with encourage children age 10 and under to fish with their
Hip-knee-tizedl, a 30-foot Intrepid, captained by Bouncer 123.3 points. Nearly half her points came from the 66.4- parents.Winners were: First place: Michael Kornahrens, 9, 64
Smith with anglers Mark Rutkin, Jason Rutkin and Ralph pound wahoo she caught that was worth another $1,000 in the points on Absolutely; second place, Michael Welter, 7, 54.9
Renick, Jr. gained 152.7 points to win $4,000 as second place heaviest fish division. Linda Noll placed second and Jan points on Double Up; and third place, Chelsea Topolski, 7,
boat and $3.500 in the corral roundup. Mitchem aboard Sea Ranger was third. 12.1 points on Cypress Harbor Fishing Team.


Winning $2,000 as third place boat and $1.400 in the
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B) CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Wjiierfron Ni N V Writer
PALM BEACH SHORES The first annual "Take
Father Fishing Tournament' to benefit the American Can-
cer Society's summer camp for kids with cancer will be
held on Saturday, June 15. at Sailfish Marina on Singer
Island.
A $100 entr\ fee entitles each father and his children
to a daN of fishing and two tickets to the awards beach pari
at 6 p.m. at the Singer Island Embassy Suites Resort. The
public is invued to an afternoon of music and festi\ ties
from 3 to 6 p.m. at Sailfish Manna.
Marlins batting coach Doug Radar and former major-
league pitchers Pat Zachary and Andy Hawkins are e\-
pected to participate in the tournament and the awards
ceremony.
Proceeds from the tournament will help send kids with
cancer to the American Cancer Socieiy's ROCK iReach
Our to Cancer Kids) Camp.in Brandcn,Jla, Kt.sf f'rp all
o'. r the taie "ill attend one of two sessionTor the camp
this summer.
The American Cancer Society. Embassy Suites Hotel,
and the Sailfish Marina are sponsoring the one-day e'ent.
"This camp is important because it helps the kids forget
their illnesses the\ can leave their troubles behind and
just have fun," said Sand\ Mast, a spokesperson with the
American Cancer Socier\.
The camp was started 18 years ago serving children
from ages 6 to iS.
Five charter boat captains from Sailfish Marina have
volunteeredd a half-da.i of their time to take 25 kids with
cancer fishing during tournament.
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calm seas, beautiful weather, and biting fish as they compete
for over $20,000 in cash prizes in the 14th annual West Palm nat
Beach Kiwanis Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 5. fis
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tion weight of the five largest dolphin, wahoo, and king-
h), largest dolphin, largest kingfish, largest wahoo, top lady
gler, and best junior angler.
Tournament director Rappy Perez state that this year a
w division has been added outstanding lady angler and
standing junior angler. The winners in this division will
each receive $250.
"Last year we had over 200 lady and junior
anglers in the tournament it was really com-
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Gary Brodsky, a tournament sponsor and
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Lauderdale is home to international submarine race


By DOUG APPLEBAUGH
Special to the Waterfront News
FORTLAUDERDALE-Fift) teams.
an all-time record, have been chosen to
compete in the expanded Third Interna-
tional Submarine Races, to be held June 16 -.,
to June 27 off Fort Lauderdale beach. .
A top prize of $5,000 goes to the team n ..
that sets new manned undersea speed rec-
ords. Competing will be young inventors,
marine technologists, ocean engineers, cor-
porations, privately funded organization. and
high schools students. The international I field
of submariners will come to South Florida -
from throughout the United States, Canada. .
Western Europe and Russia.
"Global interest in the human-pow ered
submarine races has exceeded all our pro-
jections," said race creatorH.A. "Hap" Perr. .
Since the inaugural race in 1989. the Battle Memc
eventhas attracted worldwide media co% er- line and on
age. This year, in order to handle a larger earned an av
field of contestants and many more specta- from Column
tors, race organizers have decided to make
FortLauderdaletheevent'spermanent hame. held June 1
The 1993 races will be run off Fort
Lauderdale's South Beach Park, along State Road AIA,
adjacent to the Bahia Mar Hotel and Marina.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle said the event en-


orial Institute's Spirit of Columbus, shown underwater at
the beach, utilized a frog-like linear thrust propulsion
Ward for innovation at the 1991 submarine races. The-B
bus, Ohio, will return for the 3rd International Submarine
6-27 on Fort Lauderdale Beach.

courage young people to pursue careers in science and
engineering.
"We welcome such a unique, education-oriented event to


FortLauderdale," Naugle said. "Ican'tthink
of a more appropriate location than the
'Venice of America'."
The purpose of the human-powered sub-
marine races is to promote technological
advances while maintaining sound environ-
mental practices, according to race co-founder
Dr. Stanley Dunn, chairman of Florida At-
lantic University's Department of Ocean En-
gineering.
"We are excited about the innovative
engineering advances we expect to see this
year from the major university arid .research
organizations that will be competing," said
Dunn. "In the two previous races, we have
seen speed records broken, and I'm confi-
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4.71-knot record this year."
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By HANK JONES
Waterfront News Writer ceremony the fleet moves on. tainment, and other events still-in the
Abaco beckons, and in addition to this inland sea's great With no racing Sunday, July 4, there will be time for ing to Kerr.
cruising waters Regatta Time combines competition and celebration by the U.S. contingent. Those Leaving Florida and
socializing with a boater's visit. Racing resumes July 5, with the Guana Harbour Race at semble from all parts of the state am
Green Turtle Yacht Club at Green Turtle Cay plans to GuanaCay,accordingtoJimKerr,publisherof"AbacoLife." find ports of entry and operating ma:
reinstitute the Round the Island Race, with festivities starting Traditionally, the Guana Cay event is followed by a dinner Bahama Island, and Bimini.
July 1. The race scheduled, two days later, is a 20-mile event, dance. The races at Abaco always const
with shore activities at the yacht club. The Man-O-War Gold Cup event is slated for July 6, and cruise of the northern Bahamas.
The Victor Ludorum Trophy has been returned to the Man-O-War Cay, a charming port where there is customary cruising, entry fees for races, and (
awards table. evening entertainment. Bahamas Sports Information: 1-801
"No firm plans," reported Ken Batzer, of Lighthouse July 7 is slated to be a lay day with a party and awards for
Point, "but the race is confirmed for July 3." For more the second and third races at Crossing Beach. U
information call 305-946-3467. Racing resumes July 9 at Hope Town, again with an
In addition, the Victor Ludorum Trophy that previously evening party.
went to an overall "winner among winners" in regatta point Bahamian Independence Day is July 10 and the fleet is
standings, will be awarded to the winner among yacht club welcome to observe the ceremonies marking independence
entries in the Round the Island event, should more than one for the island country, once a British Colony.
yacht club compete. July 11 is a Sunday, and Racing culminates with the July
The Green Turtle race leads the agenda. After the awards 12 Marsh Harbour Race. The evening brings awards, enter- THE GREATEST
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The Lagoon: loaded with lobsters large and small


By JENNIFER HEIT-ZIEGLER
Waterfront News Reviewer
It's that famous crustacean that draws many to this
restaurant straddling the Intracoastal, a waterfront landmark
since 1936.
If it's lobster you crave and not just the puny ones
served in most places next to the Main coast, this is the
place where you'll find a fresh variety with plenty tipping the
scales at over five pounds.
They're being served up in a great waterfront setting that
stays true to an interior nautical theme. Blue and white table
cloths. Some sea-going memorabilia thatdoesn't appear tacky.
The sought-after Intracoastal window view.
Traveling by land, the place is a bit out of the way. To get
there, you musthead west on Sunny Isles Boulevard, taking an
access road called the Business Loop West, right before
hitting the bridge. However, if you're coming by sea, dockage
is a plus, with facilities that rank up there with Shirttail
Charley's in Fort Lauderdale. Expect a beautiful, modern
marina offering gas and a 10-foot draft at low-tide.
Also, expect a lot of food. A light lunch is recommended
in order to fully appreciate the Lagoon's dinner-time bounty.
We enjoyed the way the food was presented-especially
a relish tray offering some unusual components like corn
relish, a red bean salad and a carrot salad.
Green salads are also a plus, served with a nice variety of


veggies and speckled with blue cheese. Also, dressings appear
to be homemade.
Although the relish tray serves as an adequate appetizer,
the conch fritters are worth sampling. The well-spiced fritters
($7.95) come coated with a breading that fails to overpower
the delicate conch.
Seafood is obviously the menu's mainstay, especially
shrimp which can be ordered as a scampi, fried with coconut,
simmered in beer or broiled and served on platters.
However, the coconut shrimp, billed as a "Lagoon spe-
cialty," may be impressive looking, but actually makes for a
poor main course. The breading is too bloated and the sauce
accompanying the dish too sweet. The shrimp appear much
larger than they actually are, thanks to the thick veneer of
breading. As one guestremarked, "this could really be desert."
The lobster got a much better rating. With side dishes, the
dinner is a bargain at $10.95 (add $3 to that price on the
weekends) for a lobster weighing a pound and a quarter.
You can get two of those same size lobsters for $19.95,
while lobsters weighing from two and a half to five pounds
carry a $12.95 per pound price tag. Those weighing five
pounds and up are $11.95 per pound.
Meanwhile, attractively displayed desserts like windmill
and blackout cakes ($4.95) tempt the palate of those in love
with sweets.
Service, provided by jacketed waiters, is prompt and


reliable.
For a pleasant meal amid the traditional Florida setting,
the Lagoon is worth a second visit.
Restaurant: Lagoon Restaurant & Lounge
Address: 488 Sunny Isles Blvd., North Miami.
Phone: (305) 947-6661.
Dockage: Seven slips available on the ICW,
10-foot draft low tide.
Food: Seafood and continental
Prices: Moderate to expensive, starting at $8.95
with most entrees in the $13.95 range.
Service: Prompt, courteous.
Atmosphere: Waterfront, casual.
Hours: 4:30 to 11 p.m. seven days a week
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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,
ICW, 10 slips, takes boats up to 45', 6' draft low tide.
524-1555.
Bimini Boat Yard, 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauder-
dale, 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 Lauder-
dale, ICW, 300' dock, 10' draft. 561-4800.
The Chart House, 301 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauder-
dale, 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 Lau-
derdale, 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, Ma-
rina Bay, Fort Lauderdale, 110' dock, 10' draft. 584-
1588.
Hufnky -Dors, "; 318 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., Holly-
wood, 1000' dock, 6' draft low tide. 923-5444.
Mombasa Bay, 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauder-
dale, Oakland Park Blvd 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.
Pelican Pub, 2635 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano
Beach, Hillsboro Inlet, 36' dock, 6' draft low tide.
785-8550.
Pier 66, 2301 S.E. 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, up to
10' draft high tide. Boat valet. Call ahead. 728-
3572.
Rustic Inn, 4331 Ravenswood Road, Fort Lauder-
dale, 200' dock, 3' draft, boats under 30' only. 584-
1637.
R.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauder-
dale, ICW, 200' dock, 8' draft low tide. 763-5502.
Riverview Restaurant, 1741 Riverview Rd.,
Deerfield Beach, Hillsboro Blvd & ICW, 140' dock,
5' draft at low tide. Call 428-3463 for dockage
reservations.
Ruffys, 2300 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW,
20 slips, 16' beam, about 4' draft low tide. 920-0600.
SeaFair, A1A & Dania Beach Blvd., 42 slips, 52
floating docks, 4-5' draft low tide, 10-12' high tide.
922-5600.
Shirttail Charlies,400 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauder-
dale, 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.
Topsiders, 400 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW,
250' dock, 4' draft low tide 920-4200.
Yesterday's, 3001 East Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 80' dock, prefers boats under 40',
6' draft low tide. 561-4400.


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BC Chong, opens Aug. 8, 9601 E. Bay Harbor Dr.,
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Billy's on the Bay, 1601 79th St. Causeway, Mi-
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Bruzzi Restaurant, 3599 NE 20th St., Shoppes at
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draft. 937-2400.
Fisherman's Deli Delight, Haulover Marine Cen-
ter, 15000 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, 30', 4.5'
draft. 945-3934.
Hooligan's Pub & Oyster Bar, 3025 NE 188th St.,
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936-0007
Kerry's Runaways on the Bay, 17201 Biscayne
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Joe's Seafood, 400 NW New River Dr., Miami
River, 4 slips, boats up to 60', 8-10' draft. 374-5637.
Lagoon Restaurant & Lounge, 488 Sunny Isles
Blvd., North Miami near 163rd Street Bridge, 7
slips available after 6 p.m., 8' draft low tide. 947-
6661.
Mike Gordons Seafood Restaurant, 1201 NE
79th St., Miami, up to 68', 4 slips, marked channel.
3 1/2' draft low tide. 751-4429.
Monty Trainer's, 2560 South Bayshore, 150 slips,
7' draft high tide. 856-3992.
Salty's, 1080 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 945-
6065.
Shooters, 3969 163rd St., west side of ICW, North
Miami, 450' dock, 7-12' draft. 949-2855.
Tony Chans Water Club, 1717 N. Bayshore Dr.,
Miami, dock at the Biscayne Bay Marriott, 160
slips,' 7' draft, dockage fee. 374-3900.
Unicorn Village,3595 NE 207 St., Aventura, North
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Summertime Mexican meal works well on land or sea


By KAREN STOW
Waterfront News Ftxod Columnist
Whether you live on the land or the sea, beating the heat
is the objective to summertime entertaining.
Fajitas are a simple, tasty entree, especially when paired
with colorful corn salad and feisty fresh salsa. Start the
evening with a pitcher of ice cold margaritas, a basket of crisp
tortilla chips and guacamole dip. All these mixed with a few
good friends are bound to add up to a festive summer evening.

Guacamole
2 ripe avocados, peeled, halved and pitted (save one avocado
pit)
1 1/2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
1 clove garlic, finely minced
1 tbsp. chopped red onion
1/3 cup fresh tomato salsa (see recipe below)
Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

In a small mixing bowl, coarsely mash avocado. Add
lemon juice and garlic. With a fork, gently stir in onion and
fresh tomato salsa. Season with salt and pepper. To keep the
guacamole from discoloring, push the reserved avocado pit
into the center of the dip and cover tightly with plastic wrap.
Remove pit before serving. About 1 1/2 cups.

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For marinade, mix following ingredients in a medium bowl
3/4 cup fresh lime juice
3/4 cup soy sauce
3/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
3 cloves minced garlic
1 small fresh jalapeno pepper finely minced, (optional)
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Place steak, peppers and onions in a shallow, non-reactive
baking pan. Pour marinade over meat and vegetables and
cover tightly. Refrigerate eight or more hours, turning steaks
occasionally.

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1 red bell pepper, quartered
1 green pepper, quartered
1 large onion, cut into 1/2 inch rounds
1 package flour tortillas

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5 medium tomatoes, seeded and coarsely
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3 scallions, thinly sliced
1/2 cup red pepper, diced
1/2 cup black olives, sliced
1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
4 tbsp fresh lime juice, about 2 limes
1 1/2 tsp. Dijon mustard
3/4 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. minced garlic
1/2 tsp. freshly ground pepper
1/4 tsp. salt
3/4 cup light olive oil or light corn oil

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Correction
In the May issue. an ingredient was left out of the
Chicken with Raspberries recipe. The Raspberr-
Vinegar Butter Sauce requires a one-fourth cup of
heavy cream. We regret the error.


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Fort Lauderdale High School to compete in submarine races
Waterfront News Writer The 14-foot-long craft is built for two. Con-
A local high school has dared to match its structed of fiberglass and acrylic materials, it has
peddle power against major national and interna- rudders for steering, and a propulsion unit housed
tional teams in this month's International Subma- in the rear of the submarine. A plunger-like system
rine Races in Fort Lauderdale this month: will be installed to propel the craft and expel
Two seniors from Fort Lauderdale High water, which is modeled similarly to the way a
School will be piloting their school's entry in this squid moves in the water.
year's competition. Bob Reichert, 18, a senior from Fort Lauder-
year's competition.
Jeff Laubaugh, 18, a senior from Wilton dale, will be the craft's propulsor. Reichert has
Manors, will be navigating the submarine, the i been training for the race for several months by
Flying Eel, named after the school mascot. running and utilizing leg machines.
"I saw the races on television two years ago, "I'm trying to work on the legs and keep in
and thought it would be a neat thing to get shape for the race," says Reichert.
involved in," Laubaugh says. Brandt avoids making predictions on the Fly-
Laubaugh is one of only a handful of students ing Eel's success in its first competition. "This has
attending the school who are still involved in the been such a great project to do that it doesn't
attending the school who are still involved in the Fort Lauderdale High School seniors Jeff Laubaugh (left) and Bob Reichert matterifwecomein last. Our goals is tobeat some
project since its inception two ye ars ago. (right) will pilot theflying eeL in this year's International Submarine Races. people who supposedly know what they're do-
The idea to compete came from Richard -
Brandt, an industrial arts teacher at the school who is also the didn't think we were going to get this far- now I think we'll ing."
advisor to the Technology Student Association, the school go all the way." 'MmL times I didn't thinki we ,,re going to get thrisfa
club that has been responsible for the design and construction The team has had to scrape and scrounge to get the needed n I think we' go all the ..
of the Flying Eel. parts for the submarine. A couple of sponsors have contrib- Richard Brandt,
"It takes great discipline to do a two-year project like this uted money toward the entry fee and dive equipment for the Fort Lauderdale High School teacher
when you're in high school," Brandt said. "Many times I team's use.


International marine trade show expands to meet demand
By HENRY BREHM


Special to the Waterfront News
CHICAGO With the major expansion planned for the
International Marine Trades Exhibit and Convention (IMTEC),
a record number of new exhibitors and product introductions
are expected, according to organizers, the National Marine
Manufacturers Association.
IMTEC is scheduled to take placce Sept. 9 to Sept.12 at
McCormick Place in Chicago.
Nearly 100 companies competed for the award last year
which is presented to U.S. and international manufacturers
who debut the most inventive product at the show.
Because of space constraints, in the past many new
companies were unable to participate in IMTEC. This year the


Lauderdale
international
submarine race
LOCAL,from page 17
around the 400-meter oval
course, with the other member
providing powerfor propulsion.
By limiting the sub's power
plant to human strength, the
emphasis is placed on solid en-
gineering and efficient design,
Perry said. Although most subs
in the past have been pedal-
driven, several variations are ex-
pected to emerge at the 1993
races.
Competition begins on June
16 with team registration and
vehicle inspections. More than
50 U.S. Navy divers will be on
the course to provide underwa-
ter backup for sub crews.
A key feature of the 1993
races will be the expanded live
television coverage from the
ocean floor and at several points
along the race course. Under-
water cameras will beam racing
action to the beach and to a
regional television network, al-
lowing spectators to view the
events on wide-screen monitors
in large tents on the beach and in
nearby hotels.


show is adding 65,000 square feet of exhibit space bringing Formore information, call the IMIEC travel desk at 8UU-
the total to 590,000 square feet. 333-2793 between 8:30 amand 5:30pmcentral daylighttime,
Rates for attendees of the show are expected to become or send your name and fax number to 312-329-9513.


more affordable.
Many hotels have lowered
their rates for those staying at
least four nights. Other hotels
have frozen their rates at last
year's levels. Even greater sav-
ings can be obtained by staying
at participating hotels just out-
side the city where rates are as
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Coral reef health upcoming topic of University
By CHERYL CHAPMAN
Special to the Waterfront News Local and international scientists will present about 50
CORAL GABLES -Coral reef specialists from around case histories of reefs impacting 22 countries. Lectures will
the world will discuss critical issues affecting coral reefs at a be given by reef specialists, managers of reef parks, and a
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History" takes place June 10 and June 11 at the University of wide reef decline, oil spills, affects of global warming, land
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Our capability provides
cockpit extensions,
hardtops, Motor Yacht
enclosures, fly bridge
arrangements and
many other customized
goodies.









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STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM?
Call Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All types & makes. Lic. & Insured
DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
MARINE ELECTRIC- C. Tom Williams.
Your dock or mine. Absent owner service.
Call 981-4663.
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


Shop/Dockside Services
Fast, Reasonable, Guaranteed
Mechanical or Electrical on Outboard,
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
RIGGING-FULL SERVICE
Spars, Electronic & Hydraulic .Sailing
Equipment, Service & Installation.
McSORLEY's RIGGING FtLaud 305-522-4208
WORK FLOATS FOR RENT
Delivered, extremely stable design. Keeps
you at water level. Great for painting &
repairs. $20/day. Call 467-1229.
BOATWORK- cleaning, paint, maintenance
wood & fiberglass. Teak deck repairs, free
quotes Karl Crooks 305-523-8642.
STAINLESS STEEL WELDING fabrication &
repairs. Metal polishing. Quality work at
reasonable prices. Call 305-523-2223.
EXPERT BOAT MECHANICS
Will come to your boat Low prices *
Most engines 305-647-3553 GP Marine
COURTESY FLAGS- large selection at $10
each. Located Thunderboat Marina, FtL.
Ooen 7 days or voicemail 305-425-7216
NEED VARNISH WORK DONE? Wooding &
repair. Call 527-2753.




TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service parts All makes 764-6192.
SPECIAL TECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty. $1395. Call 764-6192.

J.P. DALY
Complete Marine A/C refrigeration
for Dockside Service.
523-6403 772-6461 beep=528-3143


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.
SAIL & CANVAS REPAIRS- rigging work &
supplies. Free quotes-reasonable prices. Call
NORTH WINDS at 305-523-2223
KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas, Recover, Restitch &
Repair from couches to enclosures.
Guaranteed the Best Prices & Work.
Beeper:657-8623 -Free Est- Office:832-9443


GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & bi-monthly service.
Call 305-781-6861.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES- boats
offices houses. Prep & varnish work.
Kathleen 462-0832
YACHT POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock.
Call R B Bailey at 921-8286
MORNING STAR YACHT SERVICE
ext/int cleaning varnish delivery.
Reliable, dependable, honest. Please call
CaDt Jeff Denis 522-7028. Rev. 22:16.
GIVE A PERSONAL TOUCH- domestic
services homes/offices/condos. Reliable &
references. Call 583-5538.

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




BUSINESS TELEPHONE SYSTEMS
bought/sold installed/maintained -free
consultation- 30 yrs telephone exp -ability
to install & maintain most systems -big or
small- Computers, fax machine interfacing.
Call Cliff-d/b/a Greenfeather 407-395-0967.





BOATLIFTS, DAVITS, all phases of marine
construction. Licensed. Insured. Best
guaranties. 407-750-4255. Boca Dock &
Seawall has moved to a new location.
See our ad on oaoe 7.


INTER-TECH MARINE- Cruisair/Marine Air A&B Dock & Deck- see ad on page 25 or call
Sales/Service 562-5590. 800-585-3534.


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PAI*O BROS. ARIA


Don't trust your yacht to anyone without
checking references first. Vessels delivered
anywhere. Capt Jeff Denis 522-7028.


NEW DO-IT- YOURSELF AREA
USCG licensed 100-ton. 25 yrs exp. Power
30 TON TRAVEL LIFT Specialist. References available. 763-7812
A FULL SERVICE MARINA or beeper #928-7492.
SALES SERVICE.
PARTS Sail/Power-30yrs+exp Capt Bob 720-6152


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


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PARTY CATERERS- from intimate parties of
2 or grand galas for 1000. Call 975-7626.
FREE STYLE CUISINE- complete gourmet
catering on your boat or home. 462-4127.


M&E MARINE SERVICE- 305-760-7715. "We
clean your bottom." Dockside diving
services, hull cleaning & zinc replacement.

DIVER DAVE
Complete underwater maintenance
bottom cleaning, props changed,
inspections. 7 days 963-6325

DUFFYS DIVING SERVICE
Props*Shafts.Zinc-Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days. Phone #(305) 922-6089
GALAPAGOS DIVERS- underwater hull
cleaning, shaft & prop changes, cleaning
wash & wax, also engine work, tune-ups,
preventive maint. 305-681-0048-996-6426


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*Photo & Underwater Video Surveys(305) 989-1377







too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring990oot





our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.
J.P.Full Detailing DALYvingService
S.S.Complete Marine ELECTRICAL






for Dockside Service.
(305) 781-7447












523-6403.772-6461 .pager=528-3143.
DOUGsAMERICAN AUTO/MARINE ELECTRING. No job
Dockside Service,small. Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewirnlectronics installation & versions 305-463-4749mplete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.

J.P. DALY



ComplCERTIFIED MARINE ELECTRICAL
for Dockside Service.
523-6403*772-6461 *pager=528-3143.

DOUG's MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service, Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewiring & Euro Conversions 305-463-4749
CERTIFIED MARINE ELECTRICAL
TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR, DOCKSIDE
SERVICE, EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONS.
305-564-4412
INTER-TECH MARINE AC & DC
troubleshoot. repairs. electronics. 562-5590
MARINE WIRING AC DC Repairs, new
installation & Euro systems 758-7333.





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


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% off with this ad
Computerized Lettering, 1530-C North
Federal Highway, Pomp Beach.
782-2267 or 800-321-5387.

LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio 763-4783
CUSTOM PRINTED T-SHIRTS, Gold
Leaf Transoms Custom Logos. 779-1074
QUALITY BOAT LETTERING GOLD
LEAFING. Reliable service with satisfaction
guaranteed. Claudia 920-0533*587-7801eve
CUSTOM BOAT NAMES & GRAPHICS
Easily installed, premium quality, colorful,
trendsetting designs. FREE BROCHURE &
color samples. Lifetime guarantee.
In Miami: 857-9212 or fax: 856-5073.
Toll-free 800-359-1423.



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., In or Out of the Water
For Free Estimate & Brochure
call 786-1880



Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place an ad.800-226-9464


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DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft Laud
TUNE-UPS, Oil changes, repairs.
INTER-TECH MARINE 562-5590.
DIESEL REPAIR Amer. & Euro. engines;
reasonable rates, quality service 758-7333.


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.





PARTS & SIGNS on Davie Blvd! 581-2777




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
T.-. rc A.AA 1) #t f.rtnia


TcI OW 4-441 Z v- SeI VIce
RHODES- MARINE SURVEYORS &
CONSULTANTS Inc. Mark Rhodes, Mike
Rhodes, Ed Stanton. Buyers, insurance &
evaluation. Power & sail.
Call 946-6779 or 946-6671.


PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick Williamson
407-272-1053' 800-329-1053


C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Pre-purchase, insurance.
Call Jim Sanislo 800-954-6606.


MARINE SURVEYS for Sail & Power Boats
Chapmano-Artaina-dCaU-.Mark-G4arke- -at--
(3051792-5919.or page, (305)897:5756..



mmuumrnz


Specializing in
upholstery, Int'
lenitimate nuntes


all types of marine
& ext'. We'll beat all
by 15%.. 764-8470


KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas, Recover, Restitch &
Repair from couches to enclosures.
Guarahtee'd the" Best Prices & Work.
BeeperWt5786?3 -Free Est- Office:832-9443
MIAMI- Custom canvas, cushions & repairs.
Call 305-285-9729 ea




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


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

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.
CUSTOM MARINE CABINETRY
Specializing in modern mica designs.
Dockside installations. Best quality- Service
!and prices. Call Mark at Camcar Industries
1305-970-6812.
'NEED VARNISH WORK DONE?
IWooding & repair. Call 527-2753.
WOODWORKING continued


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


Custom marine Wootoorking. Inc.







RESTORE REBUILD REPAIR
Specializing in Complete Restorations
Dockside or Drydock t Int/Ext Design
*Established 1982
RICHARD GIAMBERSIO, Owner'
(305) 791-5457


WIGGINS MARINA BULL LIFTS- used travel
hoists.Buy&sell.Gregg Lift Co 904-699-0962
2 Laura Ashley wedding dresses, size
10, cut small, fine cond, 1 med Igth veil,
very pretty. Call Jen 485-0164
New & Used SURPLUS SAILS 1100+ mains,
jibs, genoas, spinnackers & storm sails. Buy
sell trade. Atlantic Sail Traders 10-5 Tu-Fri
813-351-6023 POB#12313 Sarasota, FL
34278

SPAS/HOT TUBS
Complete portable spas 5-6 seater with
lounge includes everything. $1995.
Call Allen anytime 240-4706.
TRADER JOHN's BOOKS...
1907 Hollywood Blvd. 922-2466
BUY SELL TRADE_
AIR COMPRESSOR & sprayer outfit. $125
(305)764-7438.
Offshore Marine Laboratories WATERMAKER
200 gallons per day, new, never used $900.
Call 908-704-1880 ask for Bob
Used 60' Forespar Aluminium Mast with
exits, sheaves, welds $1500.oo. 758-7333
CROSBY RFG/FZR- 2 s/s plates, eng-drive &
110v, spares, working. $1200 obo.
305-527-4046
ZEISS SEXTANT never used, 40% off. $700
Retail, 305-766-9937.
300 Ib MUSHROOM mooring anchor w/chain,
buoy & pick-up stick. Out of water. Asking
$450. R. Seaberg 407-845-0992 days.
SURVIVAL SUIT, Bo'sun chair. 407-852-8560




WIGGINS MARINA BULL LIFTS- used travel
hoists.Buy&sell.Gregg Lift Co 904-699-0962




DIESEL TECH 305-5644412 Ft. Laud
TUNE-UPS, Oil changes, repairs.
INTER-TECH MARINE 562-5590.
2-cycle diesel engine. $395. Ph 764-7438



KOHLERONAN-WESTERBEKE-NORTHERN UGHTS
Dockside service & installation. Used gens.
24-hour emergency road service.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724.
Troubleshooting- elec/mechanical, dockside
service. INTER-TECH MARINE 562-5590








Up Your Amps!
More power to you ;it IDLE and iny RPM
with our high output alternator and 3-Slcfp
Deep Cycle Regulator. $299! Ample
Power Co., 1150 NW 52nd St., #WN,
Seattle WA 98107. 1-800-541-7789


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


EASY SAILING 305-858-4001
Pier 9, slip 16, Dinner Key Marina.




FULLY STAFFED YACHTS sail & power
world wide! Call Tom Collins 673-5400.


THE ULTIMATE SAIL
41' Morgan A/C windsurfer snorkeling sailing
lessons day or night FL Keys/Bahamas.
Weddings/Parties. Create your own dream
date or party with friends. Boat & Capt
$250/day. Island Adventures 566-4152,
34' TRAWLER- well equipped. $150/day w/
captain. Call Bill 305-525-1512


TANK TENDER MONITORS 1-10 r
TANKS. FAST, EASY INSTALLATION, 't
HEADHUNTER-581-6996,
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MARINE EQUIPMENT Consignment Store-
good stuff-good prices-good deals-Nautical
Castaways-1412 S Andrews FtL 522-6701




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



New ocean KAYAKS from $550. 673-5400,
ATTN BARGAIN HUNTERS! Brand new 1990
Novurania Inflatables overlooked in our
warehouse-just a few left, priced at our
cost! Call 946-7601 Steve.
AVON SPORT DINGHY call 525-9236




38' BERTRAM 1980 sportfish. Perfect
condition. Ready to fish anywhere and
Spanish import duty paid Call 764-0586
36' NAVY LANDING CRAFT. Complete and
ready for operation. Call 764-0586.
48' GRAND BANKS 73 yacht cond. loaded
location FtL 305-852-4958 Owner $139K

ATTENTION YACHT
OWNERS MAKE $ WITH-
$ OUT LEAVING PORT
S'LooKlng for fine vintage and newer
yachts 40'-80' for non-navigational 4
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 t
1-800-262-8341





37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192.
CAL 29- new survey. SatNav, Loran,
Autohelm, 6 sails, new rig, new diesel
motor. Asking $17K. Call 522-6316,
New & Used SURPLUS SAILS 1100+ mains,
jibs, genoas, spinnackers & storm sails. Buy
sell trade. Atlantic Sail Traders 10-5 Tu-Fri
813-351-6023
PO Bx 12313 Sarasota. FL 34278


6 34 SCHUCKER motorsai 4


30' CATALINA 1983, one owner, excellent
cond, 23HP Diesel, Loran, Autohelm, VHF,
Stereo, extras. $26,000.
Call Dick Seaberg 407-845-0992 days.
MORGAN 01 28 Perfect $16k 525-9236


Qualified DOCK ATTENDANTS needed now,
F/M. Must be clean-cut, prompt, apply in
person at Miami Beach Marina..
DART CANVAS Products Inc. is looking for
experienced person in marine, sewing,
cutting & patterns. All custom work. Salary
negotiable upon experience.
Call 305-920-2275. Ask for Sam or Joyce.
ASSEMBLERS: Excellent income
to assemble products at home.
Info 1-504-646-1700 DEPT. FL-5342




CAPTAIN seeking permanent liveaboard
position on 50' sail. 30yrs+exp Avail
immediately Capt Bob 720-6152-721-8907
US-based company in Ft Lauderdale needs
experienced TUG CREW for US-flag tug.

Must have Masters 1600-Ton License.
Engineer, Mate & Seaman. Forward resume
with experience. Write: Tug Crew, PO Box
165485 Pt Everglades FL 33316
WANTED- Local experienced sailor to capt
new 36' Grand Banks Europa. Cruise Abaco
July & Aug. Expenses only. 462-5960.


HASSEL FREE CREW
PLACEMENT
KITTY EATON JEANNE RAAPHORST
JO BOWKER
1550 S.E. 17th St. Ft Lauderdale, FL 33316
(305)763-1841 .FAX 763-7421
WE CHECK REFERENCES j






PARTNER WANTED
For established service marina or new
boat storage or waterfront restaurant.
Box 216 Ft Lauderdale, FL 33302


SAILS CASH- for your surplus sails.
Atlantic Sail Traders 813-351-6023
Gheehoe Box1251Miami 33153 Jeri 7575878
10' inflatable & Danforth 15-22 Ib 776-9937
Used SMOKING PIPES
800-445-3358*564-8420





ACCOUNTING 8 TAX SERVICE
Small Business Specialist
MONTHLY FINANCIAL TAXES
"Your Computer or Mine"
Consulting Conversions
FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
305 / 524-2249 Fax 524-0430


Is your Company Providing
Goods or Services on Credit Terms?
Why wait 30 days or more for your Money
Sell your Invoices for IMMEDIATE CASH
We Buy Accounts Receivable (Invoices)
Anchor Funding Group (305) 581-9290


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BED, BOAT & BREAKFAST
JUPITER INTRACOASTAL Great Get-Away,
Key West Villa, protected dock, 2 Tropical
acres, Pool/Spa, Special Weekend Rates.
407-744-6315 or For Sale 407-744-2188.
ABACO, MHH, BAHAMAS, 300' on sea/beach,
artists, private secluded home sleeps 4-6.
Call owner 1-809-359-6606.
ROOMMATE WANTED to share large house
in SW Ft Laud. Own room & amenities,
seasonal ok. 1st & security req. 527-2753
SOUTHPORT-waterfront home needs
housemate. 2/2, furn, w/d $425/m+1/2 util
Boat pro pref. Day:467-8325/Eve:523-7254
GARDEN ISLES/Pompano Beach- point lot, 2
docks, 3/2 w/pool $800/mo. 784-7662


FLORIDA Come visit PARADISE for just
a week, or stay months' Wide
KEYS range of fully equipped water-
VACATION frI'ont homes. Starting from
VACATION $400-$1800 per week. Excellent
RENTALS fishing. diving, boating access
MILEY REAL ESTATE PO Box 1544
Big Pine Key. FL 33043 FAX 305-872-2199
1-800-553-2827 anytime





MARINE INDUSTRIAL space ready for build
out 6500 sqft. Also outdoor storage. Call
PAUL KAEHLER Lic. RE brkr 879-4699
Fastest growing marine service center will
divide 60,000 sq ft & 15 boat slips at: SUN
POWER DIESEL 413 SW 3 Ave, Ft Laud 522-
4775. High exposure!





ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable rates.
Furn apts Weekly/Monthly 523-2156
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts & efficiencies. Pool, ,BBQ,
cable. laundry. Call 527-0026.
VILLA VENEZIA/AQUA MAR- Luxury 1&2
bedroom apts., studios & effs. Newly
remodeled & furnished. Heated Pool,
Laundry, Cable TV, BBQ. Seasonal.
Call 305-779-2818
LAS OLAS ISLES 1/1.5 modern town
homes, pool, own washer/dryer, weekly,
monthly. seasonal. Ca11765-1984.
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- Isle of Venice Hotel
room furnished, A/C, white tile floors, pool,
spa, waterfront. Summer $425 monthly
Call 305-523-9758.
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- secure, 1/1,
gorgeous furnished apt. Docks available.
Hollywood 1/1 home 587-8451 no pets.
HENDRICKS ISLE #21 Apt Motel. Summer
rates fr room $175/wk (4th wk free) Pet
ok. pool tel. cable TV. BBQ Call 462-5072
ISLE OF VENICE 2/2 unfurnished, central air,
1600 sq ft. Private- quiet, pool, laundry,
BBQ, no pets; small furnished efficiency,
kitchen, bath, sm closet. Avail June 1. Call
between 5-8pm 763-2617


FT LAUD- luxurious apt, 2/2, 3rd fl on
beach. Furn. Avail now thru 12/1. $950/m.
Call 765-1984.
HOLLYWOOD- furnished apartment. 2/1,
1st floor of new duplex. 1 covered parking
space. Walking distance to beach. Available
now Monthly or seasonal 765-1984.
SUPER LOCATION- waterfront
apts-efficiencies. Pool.jacuzzi. cable*
laundry-close to shops & beach. Wk/mo.
No pets. BBQ area. Off Las Olas. 463-7067.
FT LAUD- Isle of Venice & Victoria Park.
Luxury eff's, 1&2 bed apts, newly
renovated. Seasonal/annual docks available.
Call 305-522-2821.fax=522-2818




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- Hendricks Isle & Isle of
Venice. Pool, spa, 110/220, cable,laundry,
no pets. Non-lvbd storage $295 or $395-
$425 for Ivbd yrly. 305-523-9758.
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
50'. 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.H20-elec-cable-pool.583-4065
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


1111 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.
HENDRICKS ISLE, Ivbd, and/or storage, max
65', 19' beam, pool, laund, shwr, parking, no
fxd brdg, neg. rate. Call 407-393-7028 or
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 $3 64-3939.


LVBD to 43'- $200/mo. H20 & elec incl.
Good. hurricane hole North Fork 522-6716
POMP BCH- dock avail. No fxd brdgs, no
Ivbds. 10 min to inlet. Call 946-1073.
ACROSS FROM Performing Arts
Center, from 20'-100'. Live/work on board
or long term storage. Ft Laud Call 522-4775
HENDRICKS ISLE legal liveaboard, laundry,
showers, bathroom all indoors. Boaters'
lounge. Shady park-like setting. 895-6872
POMP BCH- 25' whips adult 946-4272
BUY A SHARE OF PARADISE IN MARATHON
Liveaboard slips club house tidal pool
* workshop laundry & more...
HARBOUR CAY CLUB 305-743-5390
NEW RIVER- up to 40', water/elec., no
Ivbds.S160/mo Call 584-8419 after 8pm
LHP- minutes to inlet, deepwater, no fixed
bridges, electric/water, phone.
No liveaboards. UD to 60'. Call 786-9000.


MIDDLE RIVER- Deepwater 60' dock, no fxd
gdirb e Ivbd ok No wake zone 563-3875


New River North Fork 60 ft 220v,
elec/wtr avail, secure. No Ivbd. 463-7948.

FT LAUD so.of New River up to 45' near
ICW&port. NFB. 110/220/wtr, excl neigh-
borhood/security. No Ivbd. 524-1759


LAUD HARBORS LOA to 70' NLA 463-6358
POMPANO dock- minutes to inlet, no fxd
brdgs. Util. No Ivbds. Call 305-785-2248.
N POMP deepwater no bridges dolphin
pilings protected n/s canal 785-6076 eve
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd to 48', laundry,
showers, parking, pets ok, patio & BBQ.
$375 up annual/seasonal. Call 728-8818.
Las Olas. 65'. no Ivbd. H20/elec 467-8554
MIDDLE RIVER deepwater 60' dock. No fixed
bridges. No wake zone. 50 amp power,
water avail 5/1-11/1. 524-7032 525-1412
HENDRICKS ISLE #21 Luxury dock, pool,
bath, tel, BBQ. 2-people 1-car $250/$450/m
Call 462-5072.
LHP deepwater water/elec No fixed bridges
No Ivbds. Pager: 992-5700 or call 781-4281.
DEERFIELD BEACH- just off ICW.
Deepwater. up to 50'. secure. 427-1616.
UP TO 50'- 220/110 & water. No Ivbds.
Fenced. No fxd brdgs. 581-2315.
LIVEABOARD No Fork New River. Wtr/elec,
phone, cable, laundry, secure yard. Up to
45' Kathy work 524-3611* home 467-3858


POMP BCH. Deepwater. Lake Santa Barbara.
Sheltered, no I/a-pwr-wtr-up to 33'.12'
beam-prvt*nfb. $150/mo.
Ask for Harry 941-1330.971-2348 evenings


50' & 65' DOCKS- 8' 6" deep on New River.
No Ivbd. Call 305-728-9595


LAS OLAS 65' no Ivbd $225. PM 524-2274


CITRUS ISLE 6' at low tide, parking, water &
elec. no fixed brdgs. $180/mo. 791-1645
5 min to PORT EVERGLADES up to 50' no
wake wtr/220/tel/prvt Call 523-1658


LAS OLAS ISLES deepwater up to 65' boat,
no Ivbd. Call 462-2723.


FT LAUD- sailboat to 75', 6.5' draft, near 17
St. Shows well for brokers sole occupancy,
water elec no Ivbd. Call 524-5677
BEAUTIFUL Pompano waterfront home,
60x8' dock, full marine electric with water.
No sailboats. Call 305-946-7272.
DEEP WATER DOCK- 9' draft, near Pier 66,
no live-on. Reasonable. Call 462-5653.
ISLE OF VENICE- 1 boat slip up to 33'. Use
of all facilities. Elec/wtr phone cable
available. Call between 5-8pm 763-2617
HILLSBORO INLET- new 100' dock wide
turning basin, no traffic. Wtr/elec, security
lights, no Ivbds. Call 782-0107.


LAUD ISLES- safe deen $125/m 587-6838


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POMPANO BCH- prvt dock near inlet, to 35',
no Ivbd Call781-5244
ON NEW RIVER- no fixed bridges. Water &
Electric included. Cable & phone available.
Pool privileges.
Call Riverside Hotel 305-467-0671
CORAL GABLES- 35' slip, no bridges.
305-666-3890
HARBOR ISLES off Cordova Rd, up to 65',
deepwater. 220/110 & wtr. 522-7619
LAUD HARBORS-60'NLA elec/HO0 527-5757
FREE DOCK for boat privileges. X-owner.
Power dive cruise sleeps 4 Call 357-4648.
LIVEABOARD SAILBOAT dock- quiet, pvt,
$275/mo. Dead storage avail. Call 537-3619
LHP deepwater. 5 min to Hillsboro Inlet.
Wtr/elec. up to 65'. Call 305-781-0705
FT LAUDERDALE- prime location opposite
Bahia Mar Yacht Basin. Liveaboard, all
utilities, laundry, pool, parking. $600/mo.
Call 522-0011.
CITRUS ISLE- 60' no fixed bridges wtr/elec
no Ivbd 6'() low tide. 462-4127.
ORANGE ISLE storage for up to 6' draft, 52'
length nice spot 475-6709-522-6088
HENDRICKS ISLE EAST SIDE Ivbds, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, laundry. Secured. Super
location. Call 463-7067.
PRIVATE 2 BOAT DOCK
Lighted wtr/elec Dania Cut-Off by Vincents
Price negotiable 989-2650 Please Ive mess
SOUTH FORK NEW RIVER 45' max no Ivbd
sailboat pfd fenced secure pvt. 524-3014
FT LAUDERDALE near Pier 66. 60' dock, 10'
low tide. no Ivbd. 522-7066
25 Isle of Venice to 51', Ivbd ok, BBQ,
laundry parking $300/mo 305-525-1512
CANAL off S. Fork of New River. Deepwater
to nrcan S1Fnl/mo Call 321-1603.


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POMPANO WATERFRONT & OCEANFRONT
2/2 $85,000 dock, pool, ocean, mint cond
Ocean Access Homes & Condos w/ Dockage
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
LAS OLAS ISLES 8 units, 6 boat slips,
100' on water. All new electric, new pool,
deck & docks. Owner $645,000.
Call 305-523-9758.
MARINE COLONY VILLAS
Excellently located one-bedroom villa. 1/2
block 10 newly redeveloped beach area.
Ocean access dockage for your boat. Low
low $53,000. Kristy/Floridian R.E.
305-879-0201
CORAL RIDGE Country Club 3/2 completely
remodeled kitchen, baths, pool.
PAUL KAEHLER Lic RE broker 879-4699
INCOME Property $2750/mo. $$275,000.
409 Hendrick Isle *3 docks/4 units
Drive by. Call Bob or John 527-9200.
POMPANO BEACH- deepwater, no fixed
bridges, 2/2.5 townhouse, deeded boat slip,
almost new, listed below owners purchase
price. Asking $109,950. Must sell!!
Ty Boykin, Coldwell Banker 305-422-7060,
407-362-4391. 407-289-1501.
AFFORDABLE WATERFRONT PROPERTY
Is this possible on the Gold Coast?
Riverside area with quickest access to
Intracoastal & deepwater, no fixed bridges,
65', 3/2 & remodeled! Appraised @
$149,000! Offered @ $140,000.
Ca11305-522-0968

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creeks, rivers, lakes, mountain views.
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S.W. WATERFRONT
DEEP WATER NO FIXED BRIDGES
CITRUS ISLES
*2/2Guava, pool, 65' wt217,000
e(n)Finrncing
*2/1 Mandarin, 65' wf, big yard, updated
$174.000
*3/2 Mango, 60' wf, remodeled family room
Lease Option/Owner Financing
$229.000
.3/2 Citrus, pool, 90' of wf, updated
new kitchen, huge lot, great value
$239.000
*3/2 Citrus 100' on river, dock 90' boat!
33N-er $325.000
*4/4 Tangelo 250' point IQLoi &, tI,
2 car garg em: cfdi views, wowl
Unt c $449.000
*SW 17 St, 3 bed, pool,150' deep,
dock 3-65' boats. Here!! $258 000
RIVERFRONT
*3/2 1/2 + den-pool-60' on river,
totally restored to 1940's era, wood
floors, views, fireplace, mother-in-law apt!!
$349.000
.2 for the price of one 2-story main
house + 2-story guest house, "old Florida",
needs TLC, 57' on river x 252' deep.
$315.000
400' wf riverfront estate-mega yacht
dockage, 5 bed, 5 bath "Boca style house,"
gorgeous views, pool, 3-car garage
reduced $1.150.000
*2 Builders lots total 225' on New River
owner financing asking $398.000
200' on the New River
Truly Nolen's Estate
4/4 pool main house + separate guest
house with pool. Offered exquisitely
furnished for $1.3 million
For Rent
4/2 Riverfront w/jacuzzi & dockage
$1500/mo
MARNI CANAVAN
Eve 763-4091
Beeper 521-2013
Office 522-0700
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LAKE PLACID area of 27 lakes, golf,
recreation. Free brochure. Carol Edwards,
S.L. Miller Realty (800) 356-7397.
LOXAHATCHEE RIVER- North Bank Jupiter
4/2/2-story home. 300' pt on secluded
island. Deep blue tidal water plus protected
lagoon. Wide panoramic sunset views/prvt
rd $550,000 407-746-8224


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SROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
^'462-5770O

JUST LISTED Spacious, deepwaer4 bedroom, 2
bath, with family room, 2 car garage, pool, spa. Over
130' waterfront. Great buy $199,900.
*CORAL POINT GREAT NE LOCATION OCEAN
ACCESS (fixed bridges). Beautifully updated 3 bdrm,
2 bath home with cathedral ceilings, new white tile &
Berber carpet. Lushly landscaped pool & boat elevator.
Just listed. $205,000.
SCITRUS ISLES Extra large 3 bdrm, 2 bath pool
home on over-sized lot with river view. New kitchen,
new baths, tile floors, family room, 2 car garage and
screen enclosed patio. 85' of waterfront on extra wide
canal can accommodate large yacht. Just listed.
$279,000 call for details.
SDEEPWATER LOT Large Approx 135'(+) x 100' of
deepwater on wide canal off the south fork New River.
New seawall & new 85' dockl Located on street with
luxury waterfront residences. Just Listed $177,000.
CITRUS ISLES DEEPWATER NO FIXED BRIDGES
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath with new master bath and white tile
floors throughout. Just reduced. $209,000.
SWALK TO THE BEACH! 2/2 Condo in great location
just 3 blocks from beach. $60,000.
* SAILBOAT COUNTRYI No fixed bridges, 2 bdrm,
updated kitchen, 65' on deep canal. $166,8A.
Motivated Want Offersl
SDEEPWATER DUPLEX 2 Bedroom/1 bath and 2
bedroom/2 bath, Central A/C, 32' Waterfront.
$159,9001
S2/2 CONDO W/ DEEDED DOCK Great Coral Ridge
location near Bayview schools. Intracoastal view and
deeded docki Just listed $164,900.
STARPON RIVERAREA. Income property-twospacous
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 REN-
TALSI Live on a private island near downtown Fort
Lauderdale on the New Riverl 24 hr. security, tennis,
saunas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK', deep water
ocean access dockage' as available '(owners only).
1/1 ............S54,900 2/2.............$80,900
1/1 ............S55,900 2/2 .............$82,900
1/11/2.........S69,900 2/2 ... AQa.... $89,900
1/11/2.........S73,900 2/2 .............$93,900
2/11/2.........S69,900 2/2 ...w=n.... $99,900
2/11/2 ........73,900 2/2 ...........$102,500
2/29.cT.inAC.S76,900 2/2 ...........$104,900
2/2 ...........$134,900
River Reach rentals also available
1 Bdrms $650/mo
2 Bdrms $700-1,000/month annual leases
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS NEEDED"
"1 Have Qualified Buyers!"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
1700 E. Las Olas Suite 204 Ft. Laud., FL
(35) 462-5770
Uving and Working on the New River


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50 Ft. 147397 $59.95 4899


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* Power-Damp card prevents
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* Bracket mount
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