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Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1993
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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: Sailing
        page 2
    Main: Advertisement
        page 3
    Main: Commerce
        page 4
        page 5
    Main: Advertisement
        page 7
    Main: Letters
        page 6
    Main: Calendar of Events
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Dade
        page 10
    Main: Broward
        page 11
    Main: Palm Beach
        page 12
    Main: People
        page 13
    Main: Powerboat
        page 14
    Main: Admiralty
        page 15
    Main: Advertisement
        page 16
    Aft Section
        page 17
    Aft Section: Advertisement
        page 18
    Aft Section: Habitat
        page 19
    Aft Section: Dining
        page 20
    Aft Section: Dining Dockage
        page 21
    Aft Section: Galley
        page 22
    Aft Section: Entertainment
        page 23
    Aft Section: Watersports
        page 24
    Aft Section: Profile
        page 25
    Aft Section continued
        page 26
        page 27
        page 28
    Aft Section: Diving
        page 29
    Aft Section: Fishing
        page 30
    Aft Section: Classifieds
        page 31
        page 32
        page 33
        page 34
        page 35
    Aft Section: Advertisement
        page 36
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SOUTH FLORIDA'S NAUTICAL NEWSPAPER


*Dade
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Outcome awaited on luxury tax repeal


High hopes
permeate industry
By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Now that the luxury boat tax has sailed
off into the sunset, the showrooms are packed
with people looking to buy the yacht of their
dreams.
Well, not exactly.
Several local dealers who specialize in
selling the pricey vessels say they still have
a long way to go before the industry is in
ship-shape condition again. But with the
repeal of the tax in August, they remain
optimistic that the market will eventually


take an upswing.
After all, it's been down for so long, up
is the only way it can go. Yet, how far sales
will climb is anyone's guess, they say.
"There's no denying that an enormous
amount of damage has been done and it's
going to take many, many years before things
get back to normal," said Charlie Walsh,
owner of Walsh Yachts in Fort Lauderdale.
Originally enacted in January, 1991, the
tax was considered by elected leaders as a
means to cull revenue from the rich. Instead,
it helped drive the marine industry into a
recession.
Across the country, sales dropped 80
percent during the tax's first year and 30,000
people, mostly blue collar workers, lost their


jobs, according to the Chicago-based Na-
tional Marine Manufacturers Association.
In Florida, which is the number one boat
building state in the nation, the effect was
especially hard hitting, said Greg Proteau, an
NMMA spokesman.
The association is hoping that the Tampa-
based Florida State Boat and Sports Show,
which was held in September, will represent
one of the first steps toward recovery.
"Right now, one of our top priorities is to
make certain the public is informed that this
regressive tax is no longer an obstacle to boat
ownership," said Jeff Napier, NMMA presi-
dent.
Among those counting on a jump in big
See Luxury tax repeal, page 4


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SAILING

'Smooth sailing' predicted for annual Columbus Day Regatta
600 boat of Sand and Elliott keys. Jet and water skis boats. Another2,000crafts cruiseto and from during the peak hours of the regatta on both


cut-off may not
be imposed
By HANK JONES
Waterfront News Writer
After a one-year hiatus compliments of
Hurricane Andrew, the Columbus Day Re-
gatta is back.
The race down Biscayne Bay to Elliot
Key is set forOct. 9, with an overnight layover
before the return to the starting point, accord-
ing to William C. Caterham, regatta chairman.
Classifications coverjust about every sail
on the water, from PHRF craft rigged for
racing to dowagers, gunkholers and any hull
safe to sail. In the event's early days, even a
Dutch-design leeboarder made herstately way
over the course.
This year, the customary 600 boat cap
may not be imposed because it's still uncertain
how many entries will come to the starting
line, race officials say.
The entry fee is set at $60 through the Oct.
2 deadline. Should bad weather intervene, an
alternate Oct. 16-17 date has been set.
Programs with race instructions and entry
forms may be obtained through most local
yacht clubs, marinas, marina stores and
sailmakers in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
counties.
Through the years, the race has grown to
include more restrictions, such as the banning
of water balloons and "funnelators."
In addition, a no wake zone has been
designated for the entire anchorage area west


along with high speed power boats also are
banned from the area.
And the National Park Service may bar
the regatta from its waters. Over the years,
there's been an increasing tendency to litter
the water and the adjacent keys until park
workers have been hard-pressed to keep up
with management of the garbage. Failure to
maintain the area may mean the end of park
waters as an anchorage.
Since the race started in 1954 with only 24
entries, it's grown to include more than 700


Elliot Key.
The initial class starts at 9 a.m. (start
sequence initiated at 8:30 p.m.), and for the
return leg the start is delayed for a 9:30 a.m.
start sequence with the first boats across the
line at 10 a.m.
The popular weekend cruise attracts its
share of spectators who also overnightoffElliot
Key in Biscayne National Park's waters.
For safety of both the competing boats
and spectators, traffic patterns have been es-
tablished through East Featherbed channel


race days. acnhts will travel one-way south on
Saturday and one-way north on Sunday dur-
ing the race.
Those without a boat can also book space
aboard a sightseeing boat from Biscayne Na-
tional Park.
Awards will be presented to the top five
finishers in each class. The Coral Reef Yacht
Club will host the event set for Oct. 16, with a
cookout and entertainment.
For more information call (305) 858-1733
in Dade or (305) 524-5500 in Broward.


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continued from page 1
boat sales are organizers of the Fort Lauder-
dale Boat Show, which starts in late October.
"The dealers are obviously very happy
about the repeal,however we'll have a better
feel regarding its impact after the show,"
said Frank Herhold, executive director of the
Marine Industries Association of South
Florida.
For those who don't think the marine
industry is important to Florida, one look at
the statistics may change the minds of doubt-
ers, he said.
Statewide, the marine industry's eco-
nomic impact amounts to $3.5 billion. Ofthe
boating-related businesses in Florida, nearly
46 percent are concentrated in Dade, Broward
and Palm Beach counties, said Herhold,quot-
ing a 1987 study commissioned by his group.
"The bottom line is that we have a big job
ahead of us to re-build this industry," said
Herhold, who estimated that 8,000 workers
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luxury tax. Of the fouroffices in South Florida,
low sales forced company officials to lay off
about 35 percent of its salaried and hourly
help, said Charles Smith, chief financial of-
ficer.
At the Black Fin Yacht Corporation in
Fort Lauderdale, 60 employees lost theirjobs,
said Carl Herndon, owner.
But there have been some signs of revival.
Orlando Hernandez, a manager at Ocean
Harbor Marine in Miami, said he has noticed
a small increase in big boat sales since the
repeal.
"Of course we lost some customers and
we don't know if they will evcr come back,
but I think there will be better times ahead,"
Hcrnandez said.
At Allied Marine, six of its laid off work-
ers were recently rehired and more call backs
are expected, Herndon said.
"At least there is light at the end of the
tunnel, whereas before everything was com-

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and a 20-cent diesel fuel tax aimed at recre-
ational boaters, as outlined in President
Clinton's economic stimulus package.
"The wealthy are our customers and any-
thing that targets them is not going to stimu-
late spending," Walsh said. "People may re-
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*Get a floor plan of the show. It is found in the show
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return to these later.
*Bring apad and pen for taking notes to compare prices
and features. Develop a rating system based on the features
you consider most important. After narrowing down your
choices, revisit your favorites.
*Bring a knapsack or strong carry bag for the many
brochures you'll want to collect.
*Bring a small camera. While photos of boats are
usually available in their sales brochures, you may want to
shoot specific features not included in their publications.
*Take periodic breaks. Find a place to sit, have a drink
and something to eat. Look over your material and update
your notes.
*Attend on a weekday, in the morning if possible, when
crowds are lightest.
*Don't forget the booth exhibits. Many offer a wide
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*Bargains can be found from dealers who are clearing
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-. .. By AL GRODSKY
Marine Mechanic

Q: -I re-
member reading in
your column about a
boater who had a
Problem with his
,,, .- stays and halyards
Sy V slapping at night,
V disturbing everyone
S. in his marina. I have
a similar headache
and although I have tied off all loose lines and
stays, there's still a rapping noise coming
from inside my mast. It sounds like there's
cables or tubing loose inside the mast. How
can I quiet this without taking the mast down?
A: There are a few ways to stop this
interior noise. Try drilling a small hole in the
mast about halfway up, using a stainless or
aluminum wire to hold the cable inside and


secure it to the mast (a hole of this size will not
cause a problem with the mast).
I've also had success with a foam can that
has the expanding flotation in it. You can
spray this foam into the mast, where it will
expand and prevent the lines of wiring from
rattling. It is an added plus that will make the
mast full of flotation if the boat should go over.

Q: I have a twin engine with a weird
starting problem. One engine works fine. But
the other engine is temperamental. Sometimes
the starter will spin a few times before turning
over. Sometimes you can shut it off and it will
start right away. Other times it goes through
the same procedure with no spinning, growl-
ing or anything. Very annoying and I never
know when this can happen.
A: You have a bad or rusted bendix
drive on your starter. Your starter has been
soaked and the starter drive has rusted on the
spline or hung up on the shaft. The starter has


to be removed, cleaned, and the drive replaced
or overhauled. Do the whole job all at once, as
the starter is not the easiest to remove and
replace. Check the flywheel teeth when you
remove the starter.

Q: Recently, while out on my boat,
the rudder cable broke and I was not able to
steer at all. Ihad to call for help and was towed
back. Is there any way I could have rigged my
rudder?
A: As long as the rudder blade is
intact, you can put a line or rope around it and
pull it from side to side. One line to pull left.
One line to pull right. With an I/O, (inboard
outboard) you can tie to the outdrive and pull
either side for steering. Don't speed.
It is much easier with two people at the
stem. If you lose your rudder blade com-
pletely, you can slowly turn your boat with a
bucket or sea anchor on the portside to head
left or shift the bucket or sea anchor to star-


Federal anchorage will spoil cruising in the Keys
To the Editor: Proposed rules include a requirement that same thing with its federal anchorage for years
Once again, boaters in Florida are being you give the key to your boat to the dock "Stay here or go to jail!"
treated as less than second-class citizens master so he can perform spot inspections of The Coast Guard has put their head in a
this time with the help of the U.S. Coast your head or safety gear, or anything else he bucket, and are simply ignoring our SOS.
Guard, former friend of the mariner, feels like. All cooking stoves must be UL Boaters, this is a wakeupcall.Whathappens in
In Key West, Garrison Bight is in the approved, and you can't a charcoal grill or Key West will be a model for the rest of
process of being declared an official anchor- wood heating stove. Florida. You'll be allowed to anchor at will
age by the U.S. Coast Guard. Sound good? Why would people subject themselves to only in federal/state commercial mooring ar-
Think again. Garrison Bight is extremely un- such rules? All the waters around Key West cas (for a fee, of course). Is this cruising?
protected, subject to high winds and seas, the will have a 72-hour limit. Break a rule and Valerie Jones,
last place the prudent mariner would choose to you're banished, oryourboat is seized. This is President of Concerned Boaters,
put his boat. nothing new. Vero Beach has been doing the Stuart.


Hillsboro Inlet
To the Editor:
With winter approaching, we at the
HillsborolnletImprovement and Maintenance
District would like to remind boaters of the
hazards of navigating the Hillsboro Inlet, with
its constantly shifting offshore shoal sand
bars.
Hillsboro Inlet is located between the
towns of Hillsboro Beach and Pompano Beach
in the northeast part of Broward County, pro-
viding ocean access from the Intracoastal


authority urges
waterway. The inlet is under the operating
control of a board of seven volunteer commis-
sioners, with business and boating interest and
experience.
I am pleased to advise the Hillsboro Inlet
Commission adopted a long range manage-
ment plan to deepen the offshore channel to -
20' MLW and increase the cubic yards of sand
trapped and by-passed to the beach on the
south side.
Ordinary three to four foot winter waves


boating safety
and swells quickly halve the available water
depth in the channel. Misconceptions arise
when the public thinks of adredge as a-vacuum
cleaner. Winter season offshore water condi-
tions also limit deployment of the cutter head
suction dredge more than a few days a month,
during the heavy tourist use season.
It is important boaters be kept informed.

Frank Rysavy,
Chairman of Hillsboro Inlet District.


board to turh right. So yes, it can be done.

Q: I broke my battery cable while
out on my boat. With my tools in my car, I had
no way of attaching the cable. What could I
have done to repair or replace the cable end?
A: Cable ends can be bought in any
car or boat store. Clean insulation off cable-
end and replace. If you have shur-grip pliers
on board you can remove insulation from the
end of the cable and clamp bare cable-end to
battery post to replace the cable. A cable-end
should be part of your tool kit. Can save a lot
of trouble, as you've obviously discovered.

Al Grodsky is a Coast Guard
Auxiliary instructor. Write him at
the Waterfront News, 1523 S.
Andrews Ave,, Fort Lauderdale
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Friday, October 1,
Marina Mile MarineMart: A marine flea
market and swap shop,.throggh Qpt. 3, 9
a.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 920-7877.
Laser U2: A laser light show at Buehler
Planetarium, BCC, Davie, 9 p.m. Fee: $5.
Call 475-6681.
Oktoberfest: through Oct. 3, Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea. Call 776-1000.
Moonlight Night Walk: Deerfield Island
Park, ages 8 and up, 6:30 p.m. Call 537-
2844.
Boca Raton Oktoberfest: Noon to mid-
night. Tickets: $6 per person. Call (407) 994-
1876.
Friday Night Concert: Hollywood North
Beach Park, 6 to 9 p.m. Call 926-2444.
Friday Night Family Movies: T.Y. Park in
Hollywood. Call 985-1980.
Duplicate Bridge: Hallandale, 12:45 p.m.
Call 458-6395.

Saturday, October 2
Canoe Races: C.B. Smith Park; Pembroke
Pines; 8:30 a.m. Call 437-2650.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Youth sailing
fall race. Call (407) 852-0076.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Sunfish Fall race.
Call 463-3642.
Angler Flats' Masters: Marathon, today
and Sunday. Fee: $175 per angler. Call 743-
6139.
Bachelor Book Adopt-A-Pet: singles social
to help homeless animals; Fort Lauderdale,
8 p.m. Call 341-8801.
Family Arts Festival: Museum of Art, Fort
Lauderdale, 3 p.m. Call 525-5500.
Memory Walk: Alzhimer's Association,
Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale, 9 a.m. Call
726-0002.
Museum Opening: Graves Museum of
Archaeology and Natural History, Dania..
Call 925-7770.

Sunday, October 3
Country Music Fanfest: C.B. Smith Park,
Pembroke Pines, 11 a.m. Call 437-2650.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: fall race. Call
(407) 743-0416.
Sunday Jazz Brunch, Riverwalk, Fort
Lauderdale, 11 a.m. Call 761-5703.
Poetry in the Woods, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at
Secret Woods Nature Center. Call 305 566-
7823.
Single's Sunday, Joe Peck's Celebrity
Room, Fort Lauderdale. Call 564-7776.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Fall race. Call
463-3642.
Fort Lauderdale Dog Club Show: Tree
Tops Park, Davie, 8 a.m. Call 370-3750.

Monday, October 4
Walking Program: Markham Park, Sunrise;
7 a.m. Call 389-2000.
"Architectural Design:" Features works by
Hispanic artists; Broward County Library;
through Nov. 20. Call 357-7464.
Alliance Francaise: French language class
begins today. Call 523-9052.
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood
Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3400.
Dance Classes: City of Hollywood; fee: $25
per month, 4 to 5 p.m. Call 921-3409.

Tuesday, October 5
Dancing in the Moonlight: every Tuesday
at Hollywood Beach Theater, 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Call 921-3404.
Bird Watching Lecture: Deerfield Island
Park, 8:15 a.m. Call 360-1320.
Fairwinds Single Sailors: Meets Tuesdays,
Boca Raton. Call 407 338-0306.
Power Boat Singles: Meets Tuesdays, Fort
Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call 305 426-1106.
Sierra Club of Broward: 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.
Intermediate Bridge: city of Hallandale, 1
p.m. Call 305 458-6395.
Senior Citizens of Dania: Meets monthly,
9 a.m. Call 305 921-8700.


Wednesday, October 6
Fly Fishing Clinic: Meets 6 p.m. Call (407)
832-6780.
Boating Skills & Seamanship: Every
Wednesday, Hollywood, 7:30 p.m to 9:30
p.m. Call 464-2226 or 454-0660.
South Florida Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m.,
Hollywood. Call 923-3490.,
Marine Fisheries Commission: Three-day
public meeting, Panama City. Call (904)
487-0554.
Broadwalk Concert Series, Hollywood
Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Nature Program: Six sessions at Secret
Woods Nature Center, Fort Lauderdale. Fee:
$40 per person. Call 791-1030.
Photographic Society: Meets 7:45 in
Pompano Beach. Call 941-1643.
Cake Decorating Class: City of Wilton
Manors; 7 to 9 p.m. Cost: $30 for a four-
week session. Call 491-4605.
CHADD, parent support group for Children
with Attention Deficit Disorder. Call 721-
8793.

Thursday, October 7
Bird Watching: Introduction at Fern Forest
Nature Center, Pompano Beach, 5:30 p.m.
Call 970-0150.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club: Meets
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. North Miami. Call 305
949-2334.
Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. Miami. Call
305 238-9754 or 387-0733.
New River Rollers: In-line skating, meets
Thursday 7 p.m., downtown Fort Lauder-
dale. Call 537-9418.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6
p.m. at Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call
565-0775.
Navy Ball: Navy League of the US, 7:30
p.m. Call 785-1086.

Friday, October 8
Latin Concert: Old style music, Broward
County Library. Call 357-7464.
Friday Nightlife: City of Hollywood weekly
festival. Call 921-3404.
Laser U2: Buehler Planetarium., BCC,;
Davie. Tickets: $5. Call 475-6681.

Saturday, October 9
Canoeing Course: C.B. Smith Park,
Pembroke Pines, 9:30 a.m. Call 437-2650.
Chicago Day: Sun-Sentinel building, Fort
Lauderdale. Cost: $15, 10 a.m. Call 563-
5393.
Landscaping for Wildlife: A lecture
sponsored by the City of Fort Lauderdale.
Call 468-1585.
Star Gazing, Fox Astronomical Observatory,:
Markham Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call 305
721-4159.
Archaeology Fair: The Graves Museum of
Archaeology. Call 925-7770.
Craft & Folk Art Show: Fort Lauderdale, 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 472-3755.
Fiberglass Lecture: Scot Flanders from
Lewis Marine, will show how to fiberglass
with west system. 522-6716.

Sunday, October 10
Model Boat Races: Markam Park, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 389-2000.
Nature Walk: Fern Forest Nature Center,
Pompano Beach. 10 a.m. Call 970-0150.
Chowderfest: Mystic Seaport, Conn. Call
(203) 536-1641.

Monday, October 11
Columbus Day Regatta: Biscayne Bay/
Elliot Key. Call 858-1733 in Dade; 524-5500
in Broward.
Islamorada Bonefish Tournament:
Through Oct. 15. Entry fee: $450. Call (305)
872-9621.
Duplicate Bridge: city of Hallandale, 12:45.
Call 458-6395.
Sierra Club of Miami: Meets 7:30 p.m.,
Coral Gables. Call 667-7311 or 885-8523.
Davie-Cooper City Toastmasters: Meets
Monday 7 p.m. Call 321-6477. -
Single Boating Club of the Palm Beaches,
meets 7:30 p.m. Call 407 746-0677.


Tuesday, October 12 '
Sea Ray Owners Association, meets in
Fort Lauderdale 7 p.m. Call 682-1110.
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 Tuesdays. Call 941-1631.
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7
p.m. Call 305 537-3094.
Museum of Art Exhibit: "The school of
Cuzco South American Colonial Painting,"
Fort Lauderdale. Call 525-5500.
CPR Class: National Safety Council, Fort
Lauderdale, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 772-9900.
Broward Native Plant Society, meets 7:30
p.m. Call 305 791-1030.
Friendly Toastmasters Club: meets
Tuesday in north Broward. Call 462-1001,
New River Rollers; meets 7:30 p.m. Call.- -
537-9418.

Wednesday, October 13
Seabird Yacht Club: Meets second
Wednesday of the month in Lighthouse
Point. Call 782-7166.
Broadwalk Concert Series, Hollywood
Beach. Call 305 921-3404.
Dania Marine Advisory Board, meets 7:30
p.m. at Dania City Hall. Call 305 921-8700.
Winterfest Social, meets in Fort Lauder-
dale, 5:30 p.m. Call 305 925-3535.
Nature Walk: Fern Forest Nature Center,
Pompano Beach, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Call
970-0150.

Thursday, October 14
Florida Yacht Brokers Association: Open
house meeting; 4 to 7:30 p.m. Fort Lauder-
dale. Call 522-9270.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6
p.m. at Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call
565-0775.
First Aid Class: National Safety Council, 9
a.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 772-9900, ext.
3008. : -: -

Friday, October 15
Hollywood Jazz Festival: through Sunday.
Call 921-3404.
Oktoberfest: Bubier Park, Fort Lauderdale.
Fee: $1; starts at noon. Call 761-5360.
"Macbeth:" Hollywood Repertory Theatre.
Call 926-6065.
Youth Wreck Dances, Wilton Manors, 8
p.m. Call 305 390-2130.
Duplicate Bridge, city of Hallandale, 12:45
p.m. Call 458-6395.

Saturday, October 16
Safe Boating Classes: Miami, 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Call 947-0010.
Safe Boating and Seamanship Class: U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary, Fort Lauderdale, 8
p.m. Call 561-0435 or 568-0046.
Delta Airlines Swim Meet: Swimming Hall
of Fame, Fort Lauderdale. Call 468-1580.
Shallow Water Fishing Exposition: Fort
Pierce. Call (407) 465-0631.
Youth Sailing Fall Race: Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club. Call (407) 852-0076.
Sunfish Fall Race: Gulfsteam Sailing Club.
Call 767-0900 or 566-2489.
Golf for Heart Tournament: Palm Aire, 7
a.m. Call 772-8100.
Begonia Show & Sale: Secret Woods
Nature Center. Call 566-7823.

Sunday, October 17
Radio-Controlled Model Power Boat
Race, Markham Park, Sunrise; 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 305 433-0697.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Fall race. Call
(407)743-0416.

Monday, October 18
Hillsboro inlet District: Meets 7:30 p.m.,
Hillsboro Town Hall. Call 764-1426.
Marine Fisheries Commission: Meets
today and tomorrow in Tampa. Call (904)
487-0554.


Hallandale Senior Citizens Club, rreets
Monday, 11:30 a.m. Call 305 457-1457.
Dance Classes: City of Hollywood, 4 p.m.
Call 921-3408.

Tuesday, October 19
Sierra Club of Palm Beach County, meets .
7:30 p.m. WPB Garden Club. Call 407,790-
2133.
Fair Winds Single Sailors, Call 941-1631.
Broward Women's Sailing Association,
meets 6:30 p.m. at the Bahia Cabana in Fort
Lauderdale. .
Intermediate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 1
p.m. Call 305 458-6395,
Coaching the Mature Driver: Traffic safety
course, Hallandale. Fee: $10 per person, 9
a.m. Call 457-1450.

Wednesday, October 20
Safe Boating & Seamanship: every
Wednesday, Hollywood. Call 464-2226.
Broadwalk Concert: 7:30 p.m., Hollywood
Beach. Call (305) 921-3404.
Sawgrass Herpetological Society: meets 7
p.m. at Fern Forest Nature Center, Pom-
pano Beach. Call 970-0150
Think Life: a fund raising group for people
with AIDS, meets 7 p.m. Call 475-0793 or
653-6164 in Dade.
Dancing: every Wednesday at the Multi-
Purpose Center, Hollywood, 7:30 to 10:30
p.m. Call 921-3408.

Thursday, October 21
Sailing Singles of South Florida, meets at
Mombasa Bay, 6 p.m. Call 305 565-0775.
New River Rollers, meets 7 p.m. Call 537-
9418.
Big Band Dance: Florida Expo, every
Thursday 8 to 11 p.m., Margate. Call 968-
5153.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Meets 7:30
p.m. Call (407) 852-0076.

Friday, October 22
Oktoberfest: Through Oct. 24, Fort Lauder-
dale. Call 761-5388.
Pumpkin Carving: Hollywood North Beach
Park, 6 to 8 p.m. Call 926-2444.
Haunted House: Today and tomorrow, T.Y.
Park, Hollywood, 7 to 10 p.m. Call 985-1980.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood Street
Dance, 7 p.m. Free. Call 921-3400.
Laser-Light Show, every Fnday and
Saturday, Buehler Planetarium, BCC, Davie,
9 p.m. Call 475-6681.
Cuban Masters of the Twentieth Century:
Museum of Art exhibit, Fort Lauderdale. Call
525-5500.
"Lost in the '60s," Fantasy Fest, 10-day
event. Key West.Call 296-1817.

Saturday, October 23
Nautical Flea Market: Today and Sunday,
Lighthouse Point, starts 9 a.m. Call 782-
5773.
Safe Boating Class: Fort Lauderdale, 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 947-0010.
Fun Fair Bazaar & Flea Market: Hope
Lutheran School, Pompano Beach, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Call 428-0768 or 360-0750.
Star Gazing, at Fox Astronomical Observa-
tory, Markham Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call
(305)721-4159.
Halloween Run: Tree Tops Park, 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call 370-3750.
,Pumpkin Party: West Lake Park, Holly-
wood; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 357-8115.
Seminar from Sailorman: Speaker to be
announced. 522-6716.

Sunday, October 24
Hollywood High School Reunion: North
Hollywood, Calif.; 50th reunion. Call 341-
8316.
Model Power Boat Races: Markham Park, qj
Sunrise, 9 a..m. to 5 p.m. Call 741-1696.
Sunday Afternoon Concerts: Art & Cuture
Center, Hollywood, 2:30 p.m. Cost: $3. Call
921-3400.
Coastal Race/Cruise: Hillsboro Inlet Sailing
Club. Call (407) 852-0076.


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Monday, October 25
Davle-Cdoper City Toastmasters, meets at
Nova University, 7 p.m. Call 305 452-0579.
Hallandale Senior Citizens Club, meets :
Monday 11:30 a.m. Call 458-3251 in
Broward, 949-9912 in Dade.

Tuesday, October 26
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6
p.m. at Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call
565-0775.
Fair Winds Single Sailors: Meets in north
Broward. Call 941-1631.
Powerboat Singles: Meets 6 p.m., Fort
Lauderdale. Call 426-1106.
New River Rollers: Meets 7:30 p.m., Fort
Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.
Coaching the Mature Driver: A course for
seniors, Hallandale, 9 a.m. Call 457-1450.

Wednesday, October 27.
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at
the Flotilla Club, West Palm Beach. Call
(407)832-7681.
Broadwalk Concert: Hollywood Beach,
7:30 p.m. Call (305) 921-3404.
Miami River Issues Workshop: meets 8
a.m. Call 305 285-1864.
Modem Square Dancing: Every Wednes-
day; includes western dinner, Margate. Cost:
$20. Call 968-5153.
South Florida Senior Games: To Nov. 6;
Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale. Fee: $4
registration. Call 761-5394.


OF EVENTS


Thursday, October 28
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Shod:
Through Nov. 1; Bahia Mar. Call 764-7642.'

Friday, October 29
Begonia Show & Sale: Secret Woods
Nature Center, Fort Lauderdale, 9:30 a.ii.
Call 964-3828.
Billfish Foundation: Conservation awards
dinner; Fort Lauderdale. Tickets: $75 per
person. Calf 938-0150.
Haunted Cabin: C.B. Smith Park, Pem-
broke Pines. Call 437-2650.
Halloween Party for Disabled Adults: Tree
Tops Park, 7:30 p.m. Call 370-3750.
Halloween Scary Nites: Today and
tomorrow; Fern Forest Nature Center, 6
p.m., Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150.
Halloween Haunted Trail: Today and
tomorrow; Markham Park, Sunrise. Call
389-2000.
Haunted Hayride: Tradewinds Park,
Coconut Creek. Call 968-3880

Saturday, October 30
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Lake Worth pier
race. Call (407) 743-0416.
Free Fly Casting Clinic: West Palm Beach
Fishing Club; 10 a.m. Call (407) 832-6780.
Haunted Hayride & Capfire: Easterlin Park,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 938-0610.
Island Park: Deerfield Island Park. Call 360-
1320.
Haunted Cabin: C.B. Smith Park, Pem-
broke Pines, today and tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Call 437-2650.


Sunday, October 31
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Fall race. Call
(407) 852-0076.
Haunted Cabin: C.B. Smith Park, Pem-
broke Pines, 7 to 10 p.m. Call 437-2650.

ETC, ETC, ETC-
Over 50 Softball: City of Hallandale team
meets every Tuesday morning. No experi-
ence needed. Call 457-1457.
Alzheimer's Association of Broward
County: Offers support groups for families
and friends of Alzheimer patients. Call 726-
0002.
Looking for Senior Volunteers: Boys Club
of Broward; Broward Homebound; Broward
House; Colonnade Medical Center; Fla-
mingo Gardens. Call 563-8991.
Hallandale Senior Citizens Club: Looking
for members. Call 457-1450.
Fort Lauderdale Lighthouse for the Blind:
Needs retired teachers for remedial pro-
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Spectum Programs: Needs volunteers. Call
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Broward County Library: Needs volunteers
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Guardian Ad Litem Program: Needs
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Biscayne Bay islands being trashed from misuse


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By W.H. SLATTERY
Special to the Waterfront News
Efforts to restore a string of islands on
Biscayne Bay are being thwarted by a growing
problem: trash.
Boaters cruising to the islands for
recreation are leaving their debris behind, say
Dade County officials and pleasure boaters.
"The island is becoming so filthy, there
are no bathrooms there and trash is being left
by people," said Charles Yatman, a member
of the U.S. Canoe and Kayak Team, who
regularly kayaks on the bay.
Often, when one boater leaves trash
behind, others follow the example, officials
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The 16 islands that dot the northern part
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Other islands received new plantings such as
mangroves and native trees.
In recent years, the islands have been used
for passive recreation, such as picnics, bird
watching and stopovers during day trips.


To control trash, Milano is encouraging
local groups to start an adopt-an-island
program, where boaters would regularly
remove unwanted vegetation and trash.
".We want boaters to'pack their trash out
with them, not leave it on the island," Milano
said.
Joe Ludick, former mayor of North
Miami Beach, has a vested interest in seeing
the fledgling islands protected for future
generations. Ludick, who helped Dade County
officials research the island's original names,
says they're a natural attraction for boaters and
nature lovers seeking an isolated spot, but
who don't want to travel a long distance to get
there.
"The islands should be promoted and
local clubs should use them," he said.
Quayside Island currently offers shelters,
a volley ball court, boat dock and picnic area
while Christo Island near 79th Street offers
dockage and picnic areas.
Despite the problems, Milano said he is
philosophical about their future. "We are
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Law could

prove costly

By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer -
FORT LAUDERDALE A proposed or-
dinance requiring dock owners to provide
pump-out units and on-shore bathrooms for
their live-aboard tenants has been put on hold
by Fort Lauderdale City Commissioners.
At a meeting held on Sept. 21, commis-
sioners voted to table the issue until Novem-
ber after it became apparent that several ques-
tions they had could not be answered by city
staff.
The proposal calls for all dock owners,
including private and city-owned marinas, to
provide sanitation hook-ups to boats with hold-
ing tanks. Landlords renting to vessels with-
out tanks must provide on-shore restrooms.
Commissioners originally proposed the
ordinance to help stem pollution in the city's
waterways after they read reports showing a
rise in bacteria.
But the solution is expensive. Most af-
fected will be landlords in Hendricks Isle and Isle
of Venice, where live-aboards are common.
Sanitation systems cost between $1,500


and $4,500, according to city estimates. On-
shore bathrooms would cost over $5,000.
In addition, dock owners would have to
shell out another $2,000 for city sewer hook-
ups and anywhere from $25 to $200 for build-
ing permits, according to city staff.
Odair Castro, who owns a duplex with
three slips on Hendricks Isle, said the financial.
burden should be placed on boaters, not the
landlords.
"This is an important source of income
for me," he said. "I need that money. That's
why I bought the property. I'm not here just
because I'm rich."
Peter Neufeldt, a board member on the
Hendricks Isle-Isle of Venice Property Own-
ers Association, said residents in his commu-
nity want to see water pollution curtailed, but
to single out live-aboards and storage boats is
nonsense.
"Boat owners are cleaner than what the
commissioners think," said Frank Sobchak,
an Isle of Venice property owner. "They don't
want to live in a toilet."
Commissioners chose to table the ordi-
nance after Mayor Jim Naugle asked whether
property owners would be required to provide
sewage facilities for storage boats.
City attorney Dennis Lyles said he inter-
preted the proposed law as requiring marine


sanitation systems if the boat was vacant or
occupied.
Naugle disagreed, saying storage boats
should be exempt from the rule.
"If the dock owner doesn't want to spend
the extra money to provide pump-out units or
bathrooms for live-aboards, they should be
given a choice," Naugle said. "We have
people's livelihoods at stake."
Carl Landau, anotherHendricks Isleprop-
erty owner, said he's glad the city commission
postponed voting on the ordinance.
"From what I heard inside that meeting,
neither they or their staff seem to know what
they're talking about," he said. "It would have
been a travesty if they had proceeded further."
The proposed law would also have per-


mitted visiting boats without holding tanks to
dock at Cooley's Landing municipal marina
where restrooms already exist. Under current
city code, such boats have 15 days after in-
spection of their vessels to install sanitation
equipment or risk eviction from city docks,
said Jamie Hart, supervisor of marine facili-
ties for the city.
City commissioners will discuss the pro-
posed ordinance again on Nov. 10.
"I hope we can iron this out during our
workshop meetings," said City Commissioner
John Aurelius. "Right now, we're not getting
any direction from city staff. My advice to the
people in Hendricks Isle and Isle of Venice is
to stay tuned."


Fort Lauderdale boat show to open Oct. 28


Over 1,300 boats will be on display dur-
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Palm Beach and port battle over dredging control


By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News Writer
PALM BEACH-Because of concerns that large com-
mercial vessels will run aground on their way to the Port of-
Palm Beach, port commissioners are trying to back out of an
agreement with the town which prevents the Lake Worth Inlet
from being dredged until after turtle nesting season.
But dredging must be performed immediately because
running aground could prove costly for customers of the port
and cause environmental damage, said Port Commission
Chairman George Hoff at a recent Palm Beach Countywide
Beaches and Shores Council meeting.
"Are we going to tell businesses that we have to shut the
port down because we can't put sand on the beach?" said Hoff
who complained that the town fails to treat the port as a
business.
In a comprise reached last spring, 120,000 cubic yards of
sand are scheduled to be placed on the shore of Palm Beach
after turtle nesting season ends in October. Last June, 40,000
cubic yards of sand were removed from the inlet and placed in
waters offshore because of environmental restrictions.
But if dredging begins before Oct. 15, the last day of turtle
nesting season, only the port will benefit, said Peter Elwell,
Palm Beach assistant town manager.


Single Boating club to

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NORTH PALM BEACH The Singles Boating
Club of the Palm Beaches will discuss navigational aids at
its monthly meeting Oct. 8 at the Mandarin restaurant.
Guest speaker Michael Nemac will discuss the devel-
opment of the LORAN and GPS equipment.
For more information, call Harvey Rosenfeld at (407)
790-2133.


Inlet district refuses

to fall for sand trap

BOYNTON BEACH Members of the South Lake
Worth Inlet District Commission have told Palm Beach
County commissioners and county environmental offi-
cials that they will not take part in a cost-sharing program
to dredge the Boynton Beach Inlet sand trap.
County environmental officials said sand from the
trap could be used to combat erosion to area beaches.


Town hires firm to

perform inlet study

PALM BEACH The town has.hired a coastal
consulting firm to produce a report on managing the Lake
Worth Inlet.
The plan is designed to address the discrepancy
between the amount of sand reaching the area. Based on
data gathered in the report, specific proposals will be
developed to remedy the sand deficit.

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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
SWaterfront News Writer
Randy Crutchfield loves the feeling of freedom he gets on
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"Out there, I'm in complete control," said Crutchfield, 31,
manager of the access learning center at Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College in downtown Miami.
A quadriplegic since 1979, Crutchfield and others with
physical disabilities probably wouldn't have the opportunity to
enjoy the sport of sailing without help from Shake-A-Leg.
The national, non-profit organization established a South
Florida chapter in 1991. The group offers several boating
programs at a Coconut Grove marina using specially-outfitted
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people in South Florida and right now we're just barely able to
scratch the surface in reaching all of them."
Crutchfield will be racing in the group's 22-foot sailboat,
named Second Chance. He will be joined by a crew of three:
Glenn Thompson and Tim Stephens, both able-bodied and
from Miami, and Richard Stanovich, a paraplegic who is also
a Miami resident.
The sailboat he'll be using in the regatta is outfitted with
several adaptations for the special needs of Shake-A-Leg's
members.
"Basically, it's designed so that you can drive from the
cockpit," Crutchfield said.
Crutchfield said he hopes able-bodied people at the Co-
lumbus Day Regatta-both competitors and spectators-can


learn something from watching him and his crew.
"I still can't believe the amazed looks I get from people
when I tell them I sail," said Crutchfield, who recently came in
second place during a Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Association
Regatta in August.
"I want them to know that disabled people shouldn't be
treated with kid gloves," he said. "We're not breakable. We can
compete with able-bodied people on an equal level."
Juan Garcia, a quadriplegic who will be racing a Shake-A-
Leg-sponsored craft in the Columbus Day Regatta, said he's
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Randy Crutchfield, 31, practices for the Columbus Day Re-
gatta in a specially out-fitted craft provided by Shake-A-Leg.

also looking forward to showing the general public what he can
accomplish.
The regatta will a first for Garcia and his crew, which
include Laura Kerzer, 25, of Kendall, and Jose Duarte, also 22
of Miami. Kernzer is able-bodied. Duarte is a paraplegic. Both,
along with Garcia, are full-time college students.
"None of us have ever raced before, but I think our boat is
well-prepared," said Garcia, 22, a North Miami resident and
civil engineering student at Miami-Dade Community College.
"Sailing is very relaxing and fun," said Kemzer, physical
therapy major at the University of Miami. "It's been a good
diversion. No matter how we do in this regatta I plan to
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The group also sponsors a sailing club for adults. Dues are
$30 a month. Members meet monthly for regattas and socials.
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Panama: On the verge of a tourism explosion


Diving, diverse

wildlife draw

the adventurous

By LINDA REEVES
Waterfront News Writer
Imagine a small speed boat bobbing
slightly on dark muddy water framed byjungle
brush and alligators. It's late afternoon and
thunderheads fill the sky while a light drizzle
starts to fall and lightning bolts flash in the
distance.
The boat captain tosses an anchor over-
board as a huge cargo ship flying foreign flags
approaches. Giant


waves crash over At present t
the boat's bow as
two divers suit up is not for the ti


and jump off the
stem into pea green water. "Stay close to me,"
the dive guide warns. "Don't worry if you
hear a loud roar when we sink below. It's only
a ship passing overhead."
This is the center of the Panama Canal in
Central America, one of the busiest water-
ways in the world. Diving here gets your heart


pumping and your adrenaline flowing in ways
that you never thought possible.
Understand, this is not a feat for the new-
comer. Visibility at best is about three feet
with little to see in the way of marine life
except for an occasional peacock bass.
But the canal is not the only feature of the
country, which is full of sites that should help
make Panama one of the world's hottest tick-
ets.
For now, very few North American tour-
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starting to gel off the ground since the inva-
sion by the United States three years ago. But
efforts arei now underway to promote-the
country's natural beauty and other attribuies.
Another bonus: Panama is localtedonly
about 2 1/2 hours by plane from Miami.
As for diving, Panama offers the Carib-
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ime, Panama Pacific Ocean.
Since the coun-
mid traveler. try is only about


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Florida, sampling both water bodies is easy.
Many relics were submerged when the
canal was filled between 1910 and 1914. Be-
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sunken vessels and pieces of construction
equipment.
Located in one area is a French train with


Natives and tourists alike gather at a marketplace in Panama.


32 cars still connected to tracks. The ghost
train was used by French workers who started
digging the canal in 1880 under the direction
of Ferdinand de Lesseps, the French diplomat
and engineer who planned and supervised the
Suez Canal. Lesseps sold stock to millions of
Frenchmen to help finance the building of the
canal.
After 20 years battling jungle and dis-
eases, the overwhelming construction project
was brought to a halt, declared a financial ruin.
In 1903, the United States agreed to com-
plete the canal. The waterway opened to traf-
fic on August 15, 1914 and since then, over
700,000 vessels hailing from 70 different na-
tions have cruised the 50-mile-long stretch.
The country's topography closely re-
sembles Costa Rica, which in
recent years has become high- TONY'
ranking travel destination. Visi-
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forest and waterfalls that plum- I
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The Pacific is known for its
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of large pelagic fish. The Carib- B
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more adventurous type. But the fine hand of
tourism is at work here with accommodations
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upgrade.
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and different before a tourism explosion, the
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Among south Florida's mny transplanted
residents are those that are waterborn.
We're talking exotic fish here, refuges
from unwanted aquariums or victims of flooded
fish farms.
Despite some dire predictions, for the
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native species, says Paul L. Shafland, director
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The 23-acre lab is tucked away in a comer
of Boca Raton's airport, all but hidden from
public view.
"Man's alteration of South Florida's natu-


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hospitable environments for the establishment
of many exotic fish, Shafland says.
Among the lab's equipment are 15 hold-
ing ponds where fish are held for study, and a
modest aquarium where visitors view some of
Florida's immigrants and fresh water fish.
The task of the laboratory staff is to docu-
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how the newcomer interacts with native fish
sharing the same waters. Researchers also
take a census of fish populations.
"In doing that, we discover other things,"
Shafland said.
Prohibited in Florida are species such as
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species of tilapia and Chinese carps are on the
"restricted list," Shafland said.
A quarter-century ago, it was thought that
walking catfish would drive out more desir-
able fish, like the large mouth bass. The catfish
used their fins to waddle across the country-
side from waterway to waterway wet
weather encourages migrations. But research-
ers discovered that they do not reduce larger
native gamefish species.
Non-native fish sometimes wind up in


Florida waters because of the flooding of fish
ponds where exotics are legally bred. Also
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owners who tire of their hobby and release
their unwanted fish often illegally into
local waters where they multiply.
But some fish are sought out and encour-
aged, like the peacock bass. Today, 20 species
have been established and are reproducing in
the state.
"Spotted tilapia are very successful,"
Shafland said. "Nile perch, or blue perch, also
are well-established, though more common in
central Florida.
"Peter's fish, also a tilapia, is so-named
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in Biblical times."
Oscars, black acara and firemouth also
are here.
"Mayan Cichlids are present and are pre-
dicted to become very abundant," Shafland
said, designating a target for future genera-
tions.
Shafland's studies the fish to determine
how many eggs are laid during spawning
season, at what speed the fish matures and


population.
Fish are studied by introducing an electric
shock to the water. Stunned fish are recovered,
studied, marked and returned to the water.
Of particular interest to Shafland is the
status offish in Florida's growing urban areas.
Exotics are so abundant in Dade County
that they currently dominate the fish commu-
nities of major canal systems.
"The newest fish we found that we know
is reproducing here is the yellow belly cichlid,
found in one canal in Broward county,"
Shafland said.
"Urban freshwater fishing opportunities
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made canals, and largemouth bass is the pre-
mier sportfish/predator in these systems,"
Shafland said.
Freshwater fishing is a major hobby, an
important tourist attraction and a vital com-
mercial enterprise.
Shafland reported that 150 to 300 man
hours of fishing per acre per year is reported in
South Florida.
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Chocolate crepe a winner at affordable French cafe


By JENNIFER HEIT-ZIEGLER
Waterfront News Writer
The decor is French country, embellished
with lots of small, inviting touches that you
take in slowly. Consider this a good sign, a
prelude to a promising dinner at the Sage.
Pastel-toned walls and matching table linen,
herbs packed in large glass jars on shelves all
cook up images of a cozy country kitchen.
And although it would be a stretch to dine al
fresco, (the view being auto-clogged North
Federal Highway) management has strategi-
cally placed tables in front of the restaurant's
entrance, a welcoming lure.
Rave reviews from reliable friends drew
us to this unassuming Fort Lauderdale shop-
ping plaza. They were not wrong. Our only
disappointment is that we missed a lot of great
meals during the two years it took us to pay
this first visit.
Tables are nearly always filled, mainly
on the power of word-of-mouth, so we were
told by a very knowledgeable waiter who took
great pains to describe several menu selec-
tions
First, we snacked on a basket of bread
crisps served with a dip born from both black
and green olives, plenty of garlic and olive oil.
It was a speciality much more appealing -
and interesting than a mound of fattening


butter.
It's obvious from the start that the Sage's
management takes pride in what they do. This
was proven in the prompt service, the presen-
tation of food, the server's helpful and equally
polite demeanor.
And it's all offered at a reasonable price.
Menu listings include coq au vin ($7.95), beef
Bourguigon ($8.95), a variety of crepes ($4.95
to $7.75) prepared with different combina-
tions of chicken, brie cheese, spinach, shrimp,
sausage and mushrooms.
Diners will also find grilled duck with
apples and pears (rumored to be wonderful at
$10.95), seafood stew ($9.95), Coquilles St.
Jacques en Croute ($8.95 or bay scallops in
puff pastry with a cream sauce; or steamed
mussels with herbs ($7.95).
Salads, by the way, come al la carte -
tomatoes with basil and onions ($3.50) or a
simple tossed version with only lettuce ($2.95).
Heartier salads would be more likely to be
ordered as a main luncheon course. Yes, the
Sage is open for lunch with several specials
offered.
Butwe'll stick to dinner, which we started
with a soft shell crab appetizer ($8) served
with a fine coat of breading and topped with a
lively brown ginger sauce.
Among the dinner specials that night


were baked chicken breast medallions wrapped
with ham and Swiss cheese and covered with
a mushroom sauce ($11), and snapper baked
in parchment paper ($13). Bypassing the
menu's standard items, we opted for the en-
trees described above and once more, we were
not disappointed.
The snapper was moist and well sea-
soned, served with roasted red potatoes and
fresh vegetables. The chicken was equally
good, breaded with a light hand.
Thosewho respect dessert can not leave
without sampling the chocolate-spiked crepe
($3.75) piled high with fresh raspberries and
whipped cream, with a stripe of.chocolate
swept across the top. An apple pie al mode
was also considered good, but could not com-
pete against the crepe.


The Sage French-American
Cafe
2378 N. Federal Hwy.,
Fort Lauderdale.
(305) 565-2299
Hours: Monday to Saturday.
11 a.m. to 10 p.m.;
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
and Discover Card.
Reviewers dine anonymously with all
expenses paid by the Waterfront News.


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

Broward County-
*15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St.,
ICW, Fort Lauderdale, 220' dock, 12' draft.
763-2777,
*Bahia Cabana, 3001 Harbor Dr., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 10 slips, takes boats up to
45', 6' draft low tide. 524-1555.
*Bimini Boat Yard, 1555 SE 17th St., Fort
Lauderdale, canal off ICW, five slips, takes
boats up to 62', 15' draft. 525-7400.
*Bootleggors, 3003 NE 32nd Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, valet boat dock, 300'
dock, 3' draft low tide, 5' high tide. 563-
4337.
*Cafe 66, Pier 66, 2301 SE 17th St., Fort
Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10' draft. Call ahead.
728-3572 or VHF channel 16.
.Cap's Place, Cap's Island, 2765 NE 28
CT, MM 69, Lighthouse Point, 150' dock,
3'5' draft. 941-0418.
*Charley's Crab, 3000 NE 32nd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 300' dock, 10' draft. 561-
4800.
*Chart House, 301 SW 3rd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, New River, 180' dock, 10' draft.
523-0177.
*Cherrystones, 125 North Riverside Dr.,
Pompano Baeach, Sands Harbor Marina,
360' dock, 6' low tide. 942-9100 or VHF
channel 9 and channel 16.
*Coconuts, 429 Seabreeze Blvd., ICW, Fort
Lauderdale, 60' dock with a 6' draft low
tide 467-6788..
*The Cove, 1755 SE 3rd Ct., Deerfield;
Hillsboro Boulevard at the ICW, 170' dock,
6' draft low tide. 421-9272.
*Crab Pot, 200 E. McNab Rd., Pompano
Beach; off Lake Santa Barbara, 8 slips, up
to 35', 5' draft low tide. 783-5200.
*DockSider's, Guest Quarters Suite Hotel,
2670 E. Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 300'
dock, 6' draft. 565-3800.
*Dockside Seafood Restaurant, 908 N.
Ocean Dr., Holllywood, ICW 922-2265.
*Down Under, 3000 East Oakland Park
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 150' dock, 8-
10' draft. 563-4123.
*Fish Market Restaurant, 2175 State Rd.
84, Marina Bay, Fort Lauderdale, 110' slips.


584-1588 or VHF channel 16 or channel 80.
*Joe Sonken's Gold Coast, 606 N. Ocean
-Dr., Hollywood. 923-4000; ICW, 700' dock,
takes boats up to 140'.
*Hunky Dory's, 1318 N. Ocean Dr.,
Hollywood, ICW, 450' dock, 3-6' draft. 925-
1011.
*La Marina, Mariott Hotel & Marina, 1881
SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 6' low
tide, up to 65'. Call ahead for space. 527-
6781.
*Lauderdale's Cafe, 3333 NE 32nd Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 365' dock, 6' draft
low tide, valet dockage. 566-7853.
*Martha's, 6024 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood,
1000' dock, 6' draft low tide. 923-5444.
*Mombasa Bay, 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, 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.
*Rustic Inn, 4331 Ravenswood Road, Fort
Lauderdale, 200' dock, 3' draft, boats under
30' only. 584-1637.
*R.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 200' dock, 8' draft low
tide. 763-5502 or VHF channel 16.
*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, AIA & Dania Beach Blvd., 42
slips, 52 floating docks, 4-5' draft low tide,
10-12' high tide. 922-5600.
..Shirttail Charlie's,400 SW 3rd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, New River, 100' face dock and
7 slips, 10' draft. 463-3474.
*Shooters, 3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 350' dock shared with
Bootleggofs, 8' draft low tide. 305 566-
2855.
*Stans, 3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale; ICW, 250' dock; takes boats up
to 135', 8' draft low tide. 772-3777.
*Terrace Garden, Pier 66, 2301 SE 17th
St., Fort Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10' draft.
Call ahead. 728-3572 or VHF channel 16.
*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.

Dade County-
*Bay Side Market Place, 401 Biscayne
Blvd., Miami, Biscayne Bay, 15 slips, up to
50',12' draft low tide, no overnight dockage,
first come, first serve. 577-3344, marina::
579-6955 or VHF channels 17 and 25..
*Bay View Restaurant, 1633 N. Bayshore
Dr., Miami, dock at Biscayne Bay Marriott,
160 slips, 7' draft. 374-3900.
*BC Chong, 9601 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay
Harbor, 50' dock, 5' draft. 866-8888.
.Billy's on the Bay, 1601 79th St. Cause-
way, Miami, Biscayne Bay, moorings
available. Call ahead. 866-9038.
*Bruzzi Restaurant, 3599 NE 20th St.,
Shoppes at the Waterways, No. Miami
Beach, 360' dock, 20' draft. 937-2400.
*Fisherman's Deli Delight, Haulover
Marine Center, 15000 Collins Ave. Miami
Beach, 30', 4.5' draft. 945-3934.
*Hooligan's Pub & Oyster Bar, 3025 NE
188th St., No. Miami Beach, 15 slips, up to
42' boat, 10' draft. 305 936-0007.
*Kerry's Runaways on the Bay, 17201
Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, Maule
Lake Marina, 175 slips, takes boats up to
144', 8-11' draft.
*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.
*Langosta Beach, 1279 NE 79th St.
Causeway, Miami. 751-1200; about 15 slips
available with bumper rails; takes boats up
to 60', 6' draft low tide, 9' high tide.
*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 Miami Beach, ICW, 100'
dock, 12'draft. 933-8829.

Palm Beach-
*Banana Boat, 739 E. Ocean Ave.,
Boynton Beach, ICW and the Ocean
Avenue Bridge, 200' dock, 10' draft. (407)
732-9400.
*Buccaneer Restaurant & Lounge, 142
Lake Dr., Palm Beach Shores, 22 slips, 15'
draft. (407) 842-1620
*Busch's, 840 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray
Beach, ICW, SW corer of Atlantic Ave
Bridge, new 150' dock, 5 1/2' draft low tide.
Call (407) 278-7600.
*Crab Pot's Old House, 300 East Ocean
Ave., Lantana, ICW, 100' dock, 6' draft low
tide. (407) 533-5220.
*Harpoon Louie's, 1065 N. Highway AIA,
Jupiter, Jupiter Inlet and ICW, 90' dock, 3'
draft low tide. (407)744-1300.
*Jalapenos, 777 E.. Atlantic Blvd., Delray
Beach, ICW, dockage provided at Veterans
Park, 6' draft low tide. Call (407) 279-0909.
*Panama Hattie's, 1151 Ellison Wilson
Rd., North Palm Beach, 100' dock, 5' draft.
(407) 627-1545.
*Riverhouse Restaurant, 2373 PGA Blvd.,
Palm Beach Gardens, 190' dock, 6' draft
low tide. (407) 694-1188.
*Sailfish Marina Restaurant, 90 Lake Dr.,
Palm Beach Shores, 60 slips, 10' draft. (407)
848-1492.
.Waterway Cafe, 2300 PGA Blvd, Palm
Beach Gardens, ICW at PGA Bridge, 200'
dock, 5' draft. (407) 694-1700.




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Baking Bahamian bread: A feat worth perfecting
By Nancy Lyons
Waterfront News Food Writer
Waterfront News Food Writer Cab 1 cup whole wheat flour. After the first rising, punch down and Other options
I hav e f inal g m roasted the d elicate art of 1 Tbsp. yeast (the packages of yeast you spread dough out flat, then roll jelly roll To make white bread, use 3 1/2cups white
baking a much-loved favorite: Bahamian buy do not contain I full Tbsp. and this is fashion, folding both ends under. Place in flour and follow directions above.
baking a much-loved favorite: Bahamian You can also bake wonderful breakfast
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simpler process than normal bread-making.
The following tips are a must.
*Measure all ingredients carefully. None
of a pinch of that or a pinch of this. Being
precise is a must. For example, remember to
level off flour after it's poured with a metal
spatula.
*Kneed for at least 10 minutes, sprinkling
no more than 1/2 cup flour as you work.
*Very important: Bake the bread on the
bottom rack of your oven.
*The trick of this bread is adding the yeast
to the flour and not dissolving it in hot milk or
water, which if too hot, will kill the yeast.
The rest is quite simple. Don't give up, for
it took me a while even with a native showing
me step by step. By my third loaf, I was a pro!
(sort of).
Also, the aromas of this bread baking in
your oven not to mention the reward of
slicing into your first loaf- is worth every bit
of effort. So relax and have fun.

Whole Wheat Bread
2 cups white flour (use a good bread flour,
Robin Hood, for example, or a nice light
flour).


and then measure).
2 to 4 Tbsp. sugar (I use 4).
I Tlsp. salt.


Place all of above in food processor and
pulse once or twice.
Then add:
1 cup hot milk (very hot so it burns your
finger).
1 egg.
Knead dough in bowl and turn to coat with
oil. Now cover with plastic wrap and let rise
for about 45 minutes in a warm, draft free
place. I use my oven, setting the dial to warm
for about five minutes, and turning it off"
before placing the dough inside.


Ir your microwave is large enough, you
can switch the dough there for the second
rising, since at that time you'll be preheating


your main oven to 350 degrees for the baking
process.
Heat four cups of water in a large Pyrex
dish (this will heat up the micro for the second
rising) and place dough alongside water. Let
rise inside microwave about 30 to 35 minutes
uncovered. The first time I covered the pan,
but the loaf dropped and I had to rise it again.
After second rising, remove dough care-
fully, and place in 350-degree preheated oven
25 to 30 minutes. Bread will sound hollow
when tapped on top.


sweet rolls ou of th me dough. prepare ubreau as
shown above. After the first rising, roll into
circle. Melt 6 to 8 Tbsp. cinnamon, 2 Tbsp.
sugar, 2 Tbsp. butter and sprinkle all ingredi-
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cut into approximately two-inch thick rolls
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neatly) and spread with following combined
mixture:
1/2 package cream cheese
1 egg yolk
3 Tbsp. sugar
I tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup chopped nuts
Place in pan so sides of dough are touch-
ing each other. Bake at 350 for 15 to 18
minutes. Sprinkle with confections sugar if
desired.

Did you know...
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...add 1 tsp. unflavored gelatin before
whipping cream to prevent it from becom-
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...to keep oil from spattering when fry-
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...to keep food from absorbing too much
oil when frying, add a few drops of white
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Boynton Beach holds Seafest

in city's renovated park
By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN fish. Tickets cost $10 and can be bought at the a r *
Waterfront News Writer Chamber of Commerce in Boynton Beach. :
BOYNTON BEACH Thousands of "Last year we had 28,000 people and this
people will be flocking to City Waterfront year we're hoping for fantastic weather and S
Park forthe fifth annual Boyntonbeach seafest fantastic crowds," said ChamberDirectorGini I
Oct. 2-3. Martin. e
For a $2 admission fee, festival-goers The city's Waterfront Park has been up-
will find a variety of seafood cooked by local graded this year to make it more user friendly. .
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plays and kids activities, trimmed and trash picked up.
Musical groups scheduled to perform in- To alleviate traffic in the festival area, [1 L
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Whiskey River Band. Kids can watch clown Barnett Bank parking lot in the city's down- "
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Two major marine flea markets are com-
ing to Broward this fall.
The Marina Mile Association, a group of
businesses located along State Road 84 in Fort
Lauderdale, will hold its first swap shop Oct.
1-3. Producers of the long-running Dania
Marine Flea Market helped organize the event.
Hours run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Admission is $5.
Oyer six acres at the Marina Bay Resort
will be donated to the show, said organizer Al
Behrendt, who came up with the idea of sell-


ing marine goods in an open market in 1979.
The concept proved a winner with manufac-
turers, dealers and boaters, who gathered to
sell their accumulated wares. Marina Bay is
located on State Road 84, just west of 1-95.
Later this month "garage sale" buffs can
also check out the Lighthouse Point Nautical
Flea Market, which benefits boating-related
projects at Fletcher Pram Fleet Park.
The event will be held Oct. 23-24 at Dan
WittPark, 4521 NE 22 Ave.,Lighthouse Point.
Gates open at 9 a.m. both days.


'Psychedelic 1960s' theme

surrounds Keys 15th Fantasy Fest


By ANDY NEWMAN
Special to the Waterfront News
KEY WEST Fantasy Fest, the famed
10-day, masking and costuming festival, marks
its 15th year by celebrating the theme "Lost
in the 60's."
Like Mardi Gras and Rio's Carnival the
Halloween festival in-
cludes more than 35


events, including name Events
band concerts, masked
balls, a Caribbean street 'Cool Mar
fair and masquerade Festival' a
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Events include the
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Yacht Race," "Flower Power Toga Party" at
Sloppy Joe's Bar, '60s style "Sock- it-to-me
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U.S. Women's Challenge embarks on Whitbread race


By ANDY NEWMAN
Special to the Waterfront News
Late last month woman sailors were mak-
ing final preparations to embark on a grueling
33,000-mile, nine-month-long, global sailing
race against vessels piloted by all-men crews.
On Sept. 25, the U.S. Women's Challenge
left Southampton, England, one of 16 sailing
yachts representing 13
countries in the 'Even th
Whitbread Round the reasonable
World Race.
The six-leg route wasn't my i
will take sailors to ports the Wh
in Uruguay, Australia, Nan.
New Zealand and Fort
Lauderdale before com- Whitbl
ingbacktoSouthampton.
Nance Frank, 44, a Key West native, is
skippering the 12-woman crew. She has
dreamed of competing in the Whitbread ever
since she watched the winning sailboat,Flyer,
arrive at Rio de Janeiro on the last leg of its
first victory in the 1978 Whitbread.
"I saw the look of accomplishment in the
crews' eyes," Frank said. "It looked like they


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all just won gold medals and I knew right then
that was what I wanted to do."
Determined to be involved in the event,
she began ocean racing.
"Even though I was a reasonable cook,
that wasn't my idea of sailing the Whitbread,"
Frank said. "I had to do more."
Eight years after herfirst glimpse ofFlyer,
Frankfeltshewasready.
ugh I was a Although she was to
cook, that serve as navigator on
S Maiden, the United
lea of sailing Kingdom's all-female
tbread.' 1989-90 Whitbread ef-
Frankfort, she hoped for a
rank, United States' sponsor.
ead sailor. She managed to at-
tract a major credit card
firm. But the day before the race, the sponsor
backed out and the team remained on the
docks in Southampton.
Disappointed, Frank embarked on a fi-
nancial voyage to garner money for.the 1993-
94 Whitbread.
So far she has secured about $1.8 million
of the $3.4 million necessary to "comfortably


Scheduled ESPN Whitbread programs


complete the race." Most of
the funding has come from
individual donations and a
$200,000 home port spon-
sorship from the tourism pro-
motion council for theFlorida
Keys and Key West.
Frank and her crew plan
to continue their fundraising
efforts along the way, seek-
ing accommodations and
other in-kind services be-
tween legs.
They will live at sea for
15 to 45 day periods without
refrigeration, air condition-
ing and hot water. During
race legs they'll dine mostly
offreeze-dried foodand sleep
-in shifts- on black nylon
pipe berths below deck.
"Whitbread is an endur-
ance race and women are
endurance creatures," Frank
said. We do it because we
want to surf down 50-foot
waves and race around the
world."


Despite financial difficulties, U.S. Women's Challenge Skipper
Nance Frank, pilots her boat to this year's Whitbread race.


Preview/Race Start:

Air Date: Thursday. Oct. 14, 10 p.m.

Reair Date: Friday, Oct. 22, I p.m.

Leg 1:
Sunday, Dec. 5, 5:30 p.m

Leg 2:
Sunday, Jan. 9, 4 p.m.

Leg 3:
Sunday, Feb. 6. 3:30 p.m.


Leg 4:
Saturday. April 16. 5:30 p.m.

Leg 5:
Sunday, May 15. 12:30 p.m.

Start Leg 6:
Live May 21, 12 p.m.

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Tuesday. June 28. 10:30 p.m.
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Palm-Beach dive club still

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By CRAIG LUSTGARTEN
Waterfront News Writer
WEST PALM BEACH Since its in-
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Club continues to be one of the most active
dive clubs in southeast Florida.
It 200 members regularly go on boat flo-
tillas, have island parties, and take dive trips to
the Bahamas and the Florida Keys.
In the early days, the club fought a politi-
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was also instrumental in getting the first set of
regulations established for skin divers in the
. six southeast Florida counties ...
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videotaping the reefs and marine life and
getting excellent results it's quite refresh-
ing to go out there to take pictures and then
come home and see it in front of you the very
same night."


Joe Hamrick of West Palm Beach has
been a club member since the late 1960s.
Hamrick, who had been diving for a number of
years, got involved with the Fin Divers after
meeting some of the people who were club
members.
Hamrick said that one of the club activi-
ties during the late 1960s was dumping tire
jacks into an artificial reef area off Palm


Beach. The club was also responsible for
purchasing the first area's decompression
chamber, which was installed at the Intercity
First Aid Squad in Lake Park and later moved
to St. Mary's Hospital.
For more information on the Palm Beach
Fin Divers, contact Bunny Springer at (407)
790-3968.


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Special to the Waterfront News
Most adults would agree that taking a
young child fishing can requires as much
patience as the sport itself. But adults who
keep it simple and focus on fun often reel in
rewarding experiences for both child and adult.
Children lose interest in fishing very
quickly unless they catch something, so seek
out a well-stocked site.
"A child would rather catch a dozen small
fish than one big fish," said Yamaha ProStaffer
Charlie Ingram, whose son, Hunter, won his
age group's national title in the Rubbermaid
Bassmaster Casting Kids competition last year.
"Find a spot loaded with bluegill, crappie or
other panfish and your kid will have a blast."
Provide your child a light-action rod that
bends freely when shaken, yet is rugged enough
to withstand getting dropped or stepped on.
Children usually prefer spincasting reels be-
cause they are easy to use and have closedface
designs that reduce backlashes and tangles in
the line.
"Tie a rubber practice plug onto your


child's line and teach your kid ho
before heading to the water. This is e
safer. Make the practice into a game
through hoops or at tin cans," Ingn
For actual fishing, load the tackle
bobbers, sinkers and small
Nightcrawlers, crickets and other ins
great on panfish, and can be almost
fun for your child to catch as fish. W
Velveeta cheese also make good ba


takes planning,
>w to cast When fishing, clamp a sinker about one
easier, and foot above the hook and attach a bobber 2 feet
by casting beyond the sinker. If no fish strike, move the
am said. bobber further from the hook and try fishing
lebox with about six feet deep. Keep lowering the bait
hooks, until you find fish.
sects work Very important: fish alongside your child.
t as much "Children need instruction, but a parent
ieners and who hovers over their kid with a barrage of
ait. advice and criticism can add pressure that


patience
takes the fun out of fishing, Ingram said.
Ingram suggests that parents bring their
own rod and reel so they're not concentrating
only on their children
Kids need to blow off steam, so let your
child skip rocks, catch salamanders or run
around for a while when the fishing gets slow.
If you child truly likes to fish, he or she will
pick up the rod again after working off some
energy.


Billfish Foundation to present conservation awards


By JOHN B. SPENCE
Special to the Waterfront News
The Billfish Foundation (TBF) will hold
its seventh annual conservation awards dinner
on Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Marriott's Harbor
Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale.
The evening's activities include the pre-
sentation of awards to individuals and organi-
zations who have contributed to the world-
wide conservation of billfish. The event will
once again be presided over by sportfishing


personality, Mark Sosin, of ESPN's Saltwater
Journal. TBF president and Chairman,
Winthrop Rockefeller, will make the awards
presentations.
A silent auction and raffle will be held at
6 p.m, followed by dinner, awards ceremony
and live auction at 7:30 p.m.. Auction items
will include sportfishing vacations, sculpture
and original paintings depicting marine life,
and nautical jewelry. The live auction will be
conducted by the Fisher Auction Company.


Through the conservation awards dinner,
TBF will raise funds to support research, edu-
cation and advocacy. TBF also uses the event
to raise awareness of the many threats facing
billfish stocks worldwide, and the ecosystems
in which they live.
Those wishing to attend may purchase
tickets by contracting Bonnie Mims, director
of special Events, at TBF's Fort Lauderdale
office: (800) 438-8247 or (305) 938-0150.
Ticket price is $75 per person.


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STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM?
Call Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
All types & makes Lic & Ins Ask for Tony.


DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL


MARINE ELECTRIC- C. Tom Williams.
Your dock or mine. 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/0 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.

COURTESY FLAGS
12"x18" for $10 (Yes, $10)
Pacific, Caribbean, So America, Med, Africa
Handsewn by sailors. Quality Materials.
Fast cruising schedule turnaround.
Catalog upon request. 305-425-7216
Christine Davis Flags; PO 22303, FtL 33335

NEED AN EXTRA HAND?
Quality work at a fraction of boat yard
prices by the hour, day, or yrly maint gen
yacht repair brightwork, painting, detailing,
teak work comp/waxing. Call 527-5602.
TEAK, varnish, paint, compound & wax.
No obligation estimates. Call 791-1645
NEED VARNISH WORK DONE? Wooding &
repair Call 527-2753


PARTY CATERERS- from intimate parties of
Marine Serviices continued 2 or grand galas for 1000. Call 975-7626.


CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
Call 781-1970


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Complete Yacht Maintenance & Services
Scheduled maintence programs. Interior &
exterior cleaning. Dockside repairs. Free
estimates. 24-hour service. Capt Gerard
Cooper 523-1532. pager=779-8809.
See AMPHIBIOUS MARINE TRANSPORT pg 21
See GULF PLATING page 2.
See INSATIABLE RACING TECH page 10
See DAVE's MARINE page 11
See WINDOW RESTORATION page 10
See TOWERS BY DESIGN page 30
See CERTIFIED MARINE page 19




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

INTER-TECH MARINE- Cruisair/Marine Air
Sales/Service 562-5590.
See WAVE CREST MARINE page 10





See CABLE MARINE page 5
See MESA MARINE page 30
See ROYAL PALM YACHT BASIN page 30
See HARBOUR TOWNE MARINA page 16
See THUNDERBOAT MARINA page 18
See ARTMARINE page 10
See HURRICANE HARHOR pages 8-9


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


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CARIBBEAN CUSTOM CANVAS- all marine
canvas- From biminis to whatever? Call my
mobile canvas truck at 305 942-4211.
Ft I auderdale Boca.
See TONY's MARINE CANVAS oage 17
See THE CANVAS MAN page 7.




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




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.



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.
See GREENFEATHER ad page 23.

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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 page 19.




YACHT CAPTAIN- 150-ton lic. Power & Sail,
all areas, charters & deliveries,
excellent refs. Capt Ed Wiser. 305-852-3393




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

DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props-Shafts-Zinc-Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days. Phone #(305) 922-6089
HULL-TEX Complete underwater boat
maintainence. Navy diver. Licensed/Ins.
7 days Call Jeff 305-931-3635
See HOFFMAN ENTERPRISES page 2.


Bottom cleaned & scraped 990 foot.
Full Detailing & Diving Service.
S.S. Marine ilytjal
(305) 781-7447




AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job
too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.

J.P. DALY
Complete 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
See A & M MARINE ELECTRIC page 7.


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.
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See PORT PETROLEUM page 11
See DIVERSIFIED OIL page 11
See GUN MARINE page 24





See nautical business card pages 26-27





See BERG-WILLIAMS MARINE INS. page 7
See MARITIME UNDERWRITERS page 22
See PETTIT-MORRY INSURANCE page 30
See nautical business card pages 26-27




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

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, colorful, designs in high-
performance vinyl. LIFETIME GUARANTEE.
FREE BROCHURE. 800-359-1423. In Miami:
856-5073. Phone or fax.
See SIGNS BY VONA page 2

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





DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
TUNE-UPS, Oil changes, repairs.
INTER-TECH MARINE 562-5590.
See RPM DIESEL page 11
See SUN POWER DIESEL page 21
See EXPERT DIESEL page 7
See ON TIME MARINE page 5




See LAUDERDALE PROPELLER page 12
See WESMAR-BOW THRUSTER page 10


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


GAIJJl; IIIIE)& ltlP REPAIRR NIIO
SALESl & SERVICE
GALLEY MAll) NORIA FWLTEC
JABSCO GROCO OBRI)ORFER
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Galley, Miald I'Puap
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR OLD
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PARTS & SIGNS on Davie Blvd! 581-2777

CROSS COUNTY SANDBLASTING:
while you wait service, mobile units
avail. Call 305-943-8877.


MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
Seanar Tel 791-8628.


MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rnwe at 792-092.


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


C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Pre-purchase, insurance.
Call .im Sanislo 800-954-606.


MARK W. CLARKE Marine Surveyor
ALL MARINE SURVEYS
305-792-5919 Consultant pg 305-897-5756


R. CRAIG STARNS Marine Surveyor
Surveys-Supervision*Consultation
305-922-3441





See CAPE ANN TOWING page 4
See RESOLVE TOWING page 11




MIAMI- Custom canvas, cushions & repairs.
Call 305-285-9729
See BED MATES page 10


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

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


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.
FRED THE OLD CARPENTER
Many years experience in Restoration '&'
Repairs of classic & wood boats.
Reasonable rates. 305-581-0888.
NEED VARNISH WORK DONE?
Wooding & repair. Call 527-2753.
See PALM COAST REFINISHING cage 14
See GENERAL HARDWOOD page 15
See BRUMIC DESIGNS page 30


Fine Yacht Caipentry
Teak decks
Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglass wi)k ;
Highest quality
SCompetitive rates
Ship Shape Marine
Call Gondon 764-2285
Beeper 244-8630 i
, Mobile 850-8257,,-


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GEMINI PEST CONTROL
Any home $15 monthly. Why pay more???
Never a contract.
966-8196.
TEAM PRO CARPET CARE-
Carpet & Uphol cleaning: Home & Marine.
jor special prices call 305-587-0187
See waterfront home service cards page 28




'LEANING: Homes, offices, any area, exc.
Work reasonable Call 305-781-1334
tOP TO BOTTOM" Quality Housecleaning
Special Touches*Move in/out Cleaning
dxperienced/Refs avail. Gina 782-5471.
pLEANING SERVICE property mgmt.
seekingg stable weekend position Home or
Office. Honest, dedicated, dependable 35
ears old with 8 years experience.
responsible, great refs. Need upscale
clientss with appropriate pay.
lease call Thomas MacDonald. 561-3787


'leaned Ufel We do homes & condos.
Iall (305) 779-7392. Open 7 days.


,JEW CONSTRUCTION- Home Additions *
roofing Remodeling Driveways Patios.
ic & Ins. 438-6809.
9ee BOCA DOCK & SEAWALL page 13


.AIELLO PLUMBING...
trains cleaned, General plumbing repairs
Vater heater sales & service.
05-981-1436 or 771-8410
licensed & Insured





IEORGE's DISCOUNT LAWN SERVICE
ree estimates 784-7662

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ROOFING BY M.P. DONNELLY
All types of roofing & repairs
Free estimates. CCC025457
Call 305-922-4731
Be VALKO ROOFING page 25


WATERFRONT
HOMES
GET
DIRECT
DELIVERY
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WIGGINS MARINA BULL fork & travel lifts.
Buy&sell.Gregg Lift Co 904-699-0962


TRADER JOHN's BOOKS...
1907 Hollywood Blvd. 922-2466
BUY SELL TRADE


;WATER DRINKERS BEWARE How clean is
your water? Proven filters with lab reports.
'10 yr warranty, protect your health with
,Multi-Pure 431-6158 or 522-8131 eves ok
.FREIBERGER DRUM SEXTANT- never used.
$700 retail- OBO at $400 Ph 305-776-9937
AUTOPILOT-WMS 150M in original carton.
,Never used. Designed for vessels from 20'
-40' consist of microprocessor, flux gate
!compass, rudder feedback circuit, pumpset.
)Asking $1500 Call (305)974-2419
iYAMAHA WAVE RUNNER- excellent
condition. 1989. Call 454-3163.
Black/Teal new helm CHAIR $225. 527-4170


See BROWARD FIRE EQUIPMENT 9


See ZIMAR GALVANIC ANODES 2


!See PICTURE THIS T-SHIRTS n.an a


See WATERMAKERS oaae 25


ISee BOAT BLINDS page 4


AUDI 5000CS '86- only 61K mi. Must sell,
relocating Asking $3800 Call 989-2650
See HOLLYWOOD LINCOLN page 23




USED & 'FACTORY SECONDS' yacht davits
for onboard use. Various sizes, lifting
capacities & voltages available. We
specialize in installation & service.
Call Dick for details at 305-565-6038
1 PAIR USED MOOR-KINGS $300 or OBO.
Call (305)891-3835.
See MOOR KING page 14
See FT LAUDERDALE BOAT LIFTS page 24




DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
See SUN POWER DIESEL page 21




KOHLER.ONAN.WESTERBEKE*NORTHERN ULGHTS
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
2200W Coleman Portable like new $375.
527-4170


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TANK TENDER MONITORS 1-10
TANKS. FAST, EASY INSTALLATION,
HEADHUNTER-581-6996
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PUMP-OUTS
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581-6996
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Head Pumps & Water Systems
Galley Maid *Jabsco*Noria

Delta Head Pump Warranty
New- $774.00 90 Days
Remanuf- $574.00 Two Year
Rebuilt.- $474.00 One Year
w/trada

WaterSystems anmf. Rebuilt
MR7 Pump $353 $265
MR10 Pump $421 $335
MR7 Comp System $486 $375
MR10 Comp System $553 $425
110v Comp System $528
Noria $1 59
w/trade

24 HOUR UPS TURNAROUND
'CASH FOR OLD GALLEY MAID PUMP"
REPAIRS DONE "WHILE U WAIT
Raz Marine
800-824-1 186 281 SW 33rd St.
305-525-5513 Ft L, FL 33315





Raycor 900 $50 Brewer gimballed stove $20
Micron CSC blue IGAL $30. Frank 764-1218
30 AMP alternator $40. Call (305)763-2617.
See BOAT/U.S. page 3.
See McDONALD HARDWARE page 4


MECHANICS & ELECTRICIANS- van provided.
Service marina -mostly diesel work. Sun
Power 413 SW 3 Ave Ft L. 305-522-4775
MARINE MECHANIC- All around. 5 yrs
min exp with basic electric, plumbing skills.
Good driving record, drug free. Benefits.
Apply in person: On-Time Marine Services,
Ft Lauderdale. 791-7662
SAILMAKER WANTED
Minimum 5 years experience.
Sail & Canvas a plus.
Willing to relocate.
Contact Mark Theron Tel #011-5995-23571
Help Wanted: Earn up to $500/week as-
sembling products @ home. No experience.
Info 1-504-646-1700 DEPT. FL-5342




CAPTAIN seeking permanent liveaboard
position on 50' sail. 30yrs+exp Avail
immediately DEL- Capt Bob 721-8907
CAPTAINS, MATES, MECHANICS
Water Taxi Miami service
Call 565-5507 (Miami 545-5051)


PARTNER WANTED for marina or waterfront
restaurant Box 216 Ft I aud. FL 33302.
CITY OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT
4th Annual NAUTICAL FLEA MARKET
October 23rd & 24th Dan Witt Park
200 sq ft space $50. Six spaces $250.
All types of marine vendors wanted.
For info call Arlene Loesel at 305-782-5773.
See MARINA MILE 84 MARINE MART Oct 1-3


See BOAT OWNERS WARE 7


See MARINE HARDWARE SPECIALITIES p 12
See SAILORMAN page 22
See WEST MARINE page 36





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
RIGGING FULL SERVICE
Spars, Electronic & Hydraulic Sailing
Equipment, Service & Installation.
McSORLEYs RIGGING
1412 S Andrews. Ft Laud. (305)522-4208
See NANCE UNDERWOOD RIGGING page 11.




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


SAILS CASH- for your surplus sails.
Atlantic iI Trraders a1-Ri51-R6i23


Reasonably priced LIVEABOARD DOCKAGE
wanted w/small cottage or storeroom. For
50' sailboat w/6' draft. Call 407-393-1747.




PRETTY BLOND slim, exp avid sailor, very
young for 60s, educated happy fin sec.
seeks fin. sec. non-smoker gentleman w/lg
power/sailboat for perm adventures. WFN
Box 104 1523 S Andrews Av FtL 33316
SENSUOUS YOUNG FEMALE for companion-
ship or body rubs. Ph Crystal 305-938-3535
RETIRED MILLIONAIRE sea capt winter in FL
summers in Maine seeks young lady for the
good life. Send letter/photo.
Call (207)439-3743.
LOOKING FOR A BOAT, water oriented slim
lady to share my life with. I'm early 50's &
have everything in life but you.
PO Box 2304 Ft Lauderdale 33303-2304
Place a personal ad in Waterfront News.
We reach affluent, well-traveled boaters
looking for that special someone.


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New ocean KAYAKS from $550. 673-5400.
See ZEPPELIN INFLATABLES page 22
See PNEUMATIQUE CRAFT page 12




36' RAMPAGE Open 1990 Sport Fisherman.
425 CATS $255 000 Call 764-0586
36' NAVY LANDING CRAFT. Complete and
ready for operation. Call 764-0586.
53' FT SUNSEEKER HOUSEBOAT. Complete
1987 twin eng generator $68.600.764-0586
27' SUNRUNNER '86 $32K new paint, new
capt & pass seat, AC, head & shower, hot
H20, stove, micro, refrig, duel 225 Volvo,
Loran &VHF. 305-985-0892
28' BERTRAM'73- equipped for fishing,
diving, cruising. New Crusader 350's pristine
condition. Call or fax 305-785-4466.

We Buy Boats
Any size, type, condition
including damaged or sunken.
Capt. Ed Wiser
305-852-3393





37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192.
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


28' ERICSON. Sloop-dean. $21,000.
Call 764-0586.


SOVEREL 26
A rare find. $10,000 firm.
Two suits of sails, sinnakers,
8hp Honda four stroke,
new bimini i, etc.
Call 305-524-4057, ask for Vincent.


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FULLY STAFFED YACHTS sail & power
world widel Call Tom Collins 673-5400


34' TRAWLER $150/day w/ captain. Well
equipped. Daily/weekly; fishing/diving/
cruising: local/Keys/Bahamas. 305-525-1512.
PASSENGER & FREIGHT flights from Fort
Lauderdale to Eleuthera & Abaco, Bahamas
3x/week from $75. Charters to all Bahamas
anytime. Call Twin Air/Red Aircraft
305-359-8266 or fax 305-359-8271
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 830-0664
ATTENTION YACHT OWNERS- make money
with our unique dockside charters at local
marinas. Looking for 40'-70' boats in great
condition. Call Boatel International Inc.
For details 305-764-6142 or 800-262-8341.




NORTH BROWARD docks run from McNab
Road north to the Palm Beach County line.


CENTRAL BROWARD docks run from
McNab Road south to Port Everalades.


SOUTH BROWARD docks run from Dania
Cut-Off Canal south to Dade County Line.


POMP BCH- 25' whips adult
N POMP deepwater no bridges
pilings protected n/s canal. 785-6C
LHP- mins to inlet. elec/wtr. 941


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POMPANO deepwater up to 40' near 14th
St Causewayl/2 mi to Inlet water/elec incl
'Call 305-481-3621 eves
POMPANO dock- minutes to inlet, no fxd
brdgs. Util. No Ivbds. Call 305-785-2248.
POMPANO BCH- prvt dock near inlet, to 30',
po Ivbd Call781-5244.
POMP- up to 35'. Elec/wtr, lights, prvt, min
to Inlet. No Ivbds or sailboats. No fxd
brdgs. 305-781-49001v mess/fax.
See MARINA ONE page 5.





Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable phone pool. laundry 523-2156.
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-
S425 for Ivbd yrty 523-9758 ask for John
LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE b 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-BBQOSecurity-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
111 Isle of Venice Cleanest private
dockage in Ft laud. 110-220, cable, private
phones, pool, laundry, restroom, no pets.
Call 524-4430.
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. Eff, 1 BR, 2 BR avail.
Call 407-393-7028 or 305-771-3059.
LVBD to 43'- $200/mo. H20 & elec incl.
Good hurricane hole. North Fork 522-6716.
ACROSS FROM new beautiful Riverwalk Park
from 20'-100'. Live/work on board or long
term storage. Ft I aud. Call 522-4775
HENDRICKS ISLE legal liveaboard, laundry,
showers, bathroom all Indoors. Boaters'
lounge. Shady park-like setting. 895-6872.


MIDDLE RIVER- Deepwater 60' dock, no fxd
dirb e Ivbd ok No wake zone 563-3675


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LAUD HARBORS LOA to 70' NLA 463-6358
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd to 48', laundry,
showers, parking, pets ok, patio & BBQ:
$375 uo annual/seasonal. Call 728-8818.
UP TO 50'- 220/110 & water. No Ivbds.
Fenced No fxd brdgs. 581-2315.
LAS OLAS ISLES deepwater up to 65' boat,
no Ivbd. Call 462-2723.


DEEP WATER DOCK- 9' draft, near Pier 66,
po live-on. Reasonable. Call 462-5653
FREE DOCK for boat privileges. X-owner.
Power dive cruise sleeps 4 Call 357-4648


- FT LAUDERDALE- prime location opposite
4 Bahia Mar Yacht Basin. Liveaboard, all
9464272 utilities, laundry, pool, parking. $600/mo.
dolphin Available choice of 20 lux. waterfront apts.
)76 evemaid s rvic Call 522-0011.


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POMPANO- elec lift 10k Ibs max 1 fxd brg.
Eves 305-781-4826.
PompBch- 80' dock. Wide canal 4 blocks
north of Atlantic Blvd protected area. No
Ivbd. Min boat size 40'. Call 305-943-4758
DOCK FOR RENT SE POMPANO water, elec,
phone, private, h-cane safe $90/mo.
Call Tony 946-6684 after 6pm.
DOCKAGE continued


HENDRICKS ISLE EAST SIDE Ivbds, pool,
Jacuzzi, cable, up to 52'. Secure. Super
location. No oets. Call 463-7067.
WEEKLY/MONTHLY ISLE OF VENICE
Call 522-2821
LAUDERDALE ISLES- no Ivbds, wtr/elec,
ocean access Call 583-5482.
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER No wake area.
Elec/wtr. No Ivbds. Call 462-2700.
DOCKAGE continued


#2 Isle of Venice- up to 44' & 6' draft. No
Ivbd. $250/m storage only. $300/m with
basic maintenance included. 768-0846
LAS OLAS ISLES area- close to downtown
& beach. utilities included. 467-8817
FT LAUDERDALE- DEEPWATER
Any size boat, secure, landscaped,
water/electric no live on Call 525-8727
HENDRICKS ISLE slip to 49' Ivbd, shower,
'laundry & BBQ $350/m season $450
305-779-1134
N FORK NEW RIVER- wtr/elec, parking inside
secure well-lit estate. 760-9694-980-7794
SAILBOAT BEND- quiet safe spot for Ivbd
or non-lvbd. Starting $250/mo, up to 50',
5' draft. Phone/cable avail. Call 463-9123.
RIVERLAND- up to 50'-deepwater-6' lowtide-
ocean access-no fxd brdg-fence-water-elec-
no Ivbd-$200/mo Call 584-0618
FT LAUD- wtr/elec, lights, dolphin, up to
50'. No FB Deeo wtr Call 566-9057
BOAT SLIP no fxd brg motor boat 463-0926
NEW RIVER- up to 40', water/elec., no
Ivbds $160/m Call 584-8419 evenings
NEW DOCK, deepwater, ocean access, N Fk
- New River No Ivbd $300/m (obo) 524-5524
NEAR LAUD YACHT BASIN- safe, quiet. No
Ivbd Wtr/elec Call anytime 462-7619
FT. LAUD Ocean World area Deepwater up
to 43'. Safe All utilities Call 525-1872
ORANGE ISLE-1st dock off New River.
Elec/wtr to 75' quiet Call 525-0960
HENDRICKS ISLE -
Liveaboard, low craft, up to 43' water, elec,.
shower, laundry, patio. Nice grounds, no
oets or children. Call (305)467-8371.
CITRUS ISLES: DW 8' low tide, no fixed,
sailboat ideal-55'-el/wtr $200. Ph 527-1650
21 HENDRICKS- luxury dock, liveaboard
to 10' beam, 2 people. No car. $350/mo.
Also large boat dock, 2 people, 1 car.
$600/mo. P6ol, bathroom, BBQ, laundry.
Call 462-5072.

OFF NEW RIVER- secure, no Ivbd, wtr/elec,
$150/mo Call 525-0831.
MIDDLE RIVER- sailboat only to 55', 7.5'
draft on finger piers secure elec/wtr, no
live-on Call 305-763-4077;


DEEPWATER- North Fork New River to 38',
full utilities excellent location 524-4814
NEW RIVER dock- 2 bridges to Intracoastal
up to 100'. 463-5517


HENDRICKS ISLE up to 48' liveaboard
showers, toilet, laundry.'BBQ deck from
$375 Seasonal or annual Call 462-0041
FT LAUDERDALE near Pier 66. 60' dock, 10'
low tide no Ivbd Call522-7066
LAUD ISLES OFF NEW RIVER- DW, ocean
aco. Wtr, 110/220, 40' dock, 5' draft. No
Ivbd Only fxd brdg 1-95 Call 792-7487


SE 17th STREET-100' DOCK
No fixed bridges, south side.
!9Q2O/mn until K305-525-3700


5 MINS TO PORT Everglades. Broker boats-
show well sailboats to 45'-6.5' draft.
$200/month Call 463-2533
See HALL OF FAME MARINA page 18.





DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121


DANIA- 40' Griffin & 4 2


DANIA- 20' from ICW. 30' dock, up to 50'
no Ivbds $5/ft/mo $150 min 966-0710
DOCK FOR RENT- any size boat private area
454-3163
See THUNDERBOAT MARINA page 18.


Dockage wanted for a
small sail boat by an
owner who promises to
never be a bother.







PLEASE CALL

305-524-4057


MIAMI BEACH- private home
secure/deep/beautiful view, up to 45', easy
ocean access. Ivbd ok. wtr/elec. 673-0077
N MIAMI-3 slips available. No fixed brdgs.
Safe, elec/wtr, reasonable. 892-0963





BUY A SHARE OF PARADISE IN MARATHON
Liveaboard slips club house tidal pool
* workshop laundry & more...
HARBOUR CAY CLUB 305-743-5390





Will divide 60,000 sq ft of shop, land, docks
at fast growing service center: 413 SW 3
Ave, Ft Lauderdale 522-4775. 30-ton lift.





ARTIFACTS antique gallery seeks
upscale restauranteur
New fine art & dining center.
607-609 Lincoln Road
3000-4500SF Call 674-3233.
STORAGE SPACE for rent Broward General
area. Annual/ Secure. $100/mo. 472-2163





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. Call765-1984.
111 Isle of Venice. Cleanest & best
decorated waterfront, apts in Ft Laud w/
private phones, maid service, pool,
weekly/monthly. no pets. 524-4430.
LAS OLAS ISLES- Isle of Venice Hotel
room furnished, A/C, white tile floors, pool,
spa, waterfront. Summer $475 monthly
Call 305-523-9758. ask for John.
RIVERLAND OFF NEW RIVER- secure, 1/1,
gorgeous furnished apt. Docks available.
Hollywood 1/1 home 587-8451 no pets.
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


LAS OLAS ISLES 94 Hendricks Isle
,w@wcfront efficiency, pool $465 yearly.
'Call' 5-523-9758. ask for John.
LAS OLAS ISLES 50 Isle of Venice. 1/1
furnished waterfront $800 yearly. Pool, spa.
Call 305-523-9758. ask for John.
HENDRICKS ISLE duplex 2-bed/2-bath
Waterfront view Call 305-895-6872
148 ISLE OF VENICE Halcyon House. 1-
bed/1-bath unfurn yearly w/f, pool, quiet,
BBQ. laundry fac. $625/mo. 463-2396
NEW RIVER- Newly remodelled waterfront
view 1/1 pool & patio, $500/mo. No
children or pets Dockage avail 523-1418
ROOMMATE WANTED to share beautiful 2-
bed/2-bath waterfront condo in Coral Ridge
off Bayview Dr. Pool & dock to 38' incl in
price. Must see. Ref req. Cable TV,
washer/dryer incl. $490/mo + 1/2 util. 305-
467-6418 mobile=240-1295. Avail Oct15


LAKE SANTA BARBARA POMP. Duplex 2/1
peed water no fxd bridges Call 785-6 6


HENDRICKS ISLE- Large 1 bedroom
Waterfront furnished very nicely $690/mo.
1st/Last. (H) 463-9717 (W) 525-3005

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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
LAS OLAS ISLES- 3/2 House 85' on
water, 85' dock, furnished $1975 yearly.
Call 305-523-9758 ask for John.
LHP Deepwater duplex 2/2. garage, laundry
room w/washer & dryer. Large eat-in
kitchen, 25' screened porch, tennis, 50' of
dockage 1/4 mi to Hillsboro Inlet, no fxd
brdgs. Call 782-5328.
ISLES OF LAS OLAS- for rent/sale, newly
decorated 3-bed 2-bath house. Pool & 80'
dock Call 305-625-8206
MIAMI RIVER 3BR House 62'.dock & cottage
Rent all or oart Call 305-666-2018.
WATERFRONT- walled estate, 3BR, pool, 3
baths, sauna, Jacuzzi. $1500. 50' dock, no
bridges to ocean. Call 305-649-6430 or
573-5101 Beep 337-8760
MM74 ISLAMORADA KEYS rental-
3BDRM/2BATH deepwater 60' dock-Bayside
with access Channel 5 Bridge.
Wkly/Monthly/Seasonal. Call 305-757-4310.
MIAMI BEACH- waterfront apt 1 or 2 bed on
the Intracoastal & boat space, can be'
rented independently Call 305-866-2247
FANTASTIC RIVERFRONT HOME- avail Nov-
Apr. Dock available utilities included.
!st/Last/Sec $2500/mo. Call 463-5517.


See MARLIN RENT A-CAR page 5


POMPANO WATERFRONT & OCEANFRONT
1/1 $42,500 beachfront getaway
1/1 $49,900 beach, pool, dock, shopping
2/2 $85,000 dock, pool, ocean, mint cond
2/2.5 $148, 900 dpwtr twnhse 42' boat
Ocean Access Homes & Condos w/ Dockage
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
INCOME Property $2750/mo. $$275,000.
409 Hendrick Isle **3 docks/3 units
Drive by Call Bob or John 527-9200.
LAS OLAS ISLES- g 2/2 condo w/ DEEDED
DOCK for 51' boat. Remodeled/Central air.
Only $160,000. Owner- 525-1512.


LAS OLAS ISLES 8 units, 6 boat slips,
100' on water. All new electric, new pool,
deck & docks. Owner $645,000. No brokers
Call 305-523-9758. ask for John.

SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
"Local Knowledge" is needed.
We can chart a course for you trouble free.
H. PAUL KAEHLER Lic. Real Estate Broker
Past Chairman District XI CI Committee.
(305) 566-6935

SALE OR LEASE-Lauderdale Isles. Bright,
breezy 3/2 deepwater renovated new
kitchen, tile counters. (407) 658-9034
WATERFRONT 6-unit, Miami Beach
5,520 sq ft. $45,780, Net; $35,000, gross.
New renovated $50,000. 1992-93. Boat
docks, tile floors, waterfront sundeck.
Assumable 1st mrtg $100,000; owner
financed second $60,000. Good investment
property. Price $289,000. 305-529-7152.


CITRUS ISLES


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Modem Luxury condos w/24 hr.
manned security, tennis, marina
to hold up to 50' yachts, state of art
gym, plus magnificent view from
all locations. Pets OK.

CAROL ANN KAGNO, RA.
EVES 456-0646
CASINO REAL ESTATE


Feels likeNC in Ocala, 19 AC. w/30 to 50
gallons permin. yearround natural spring.
7 ponds, noisey waterfalls, creek,4' work-
ing water wheel, 4/3 custom ranch type
house built in '84, many extras, $350k.
Possible owner finance or trade.
Call Stan at (305) 661-9044








Homes/Acreage/Investment
Wake up & smell the mountains, noisy
creeks, rivers, lakes, mountain views.
Rand McNally rated #2 retirement com-
munity.. 1 1/2 hrs. from Atlanta near
scenic Alpine Helen, GA.
(former Miami resident)
Call Alice at Copeland Realty:
(706)754-4171


ROBERT P. GARGANO
,& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS i
- ;np (35) 462-5770 i

GREAT BUY! Spacious, deepwater 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
with family room, 2 car garage, pool, spa. Over 130'
waterfront Great buy $199,900.
GREAT NE LOCATION OCEAN ACCESS. Beautifully
updated 3 bdrm, 2 bath home with cathedral ceilings, new
white tile & Berber carpet. Lushly landscaped pool & boat
elevator. Just reduced $199,900.
CITRUS ISLES Extra large 3/2 pool home on oversized
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
A PERFECT"10"- Very private 3 Bdrm,2 Bath Pool home
completely renovated! New roof, kitchen, bath, tile, A/C...
Super energy effecientl New dock & 80' seawall. Much
morel Just Listed $205,000.
DEEPWATER Rare "ROA" zoning. Currently rental
units &deepwaterdocks on Middle River. Zoningallowsfor
conversion to office. Just listed $295,000.
CITRUS ISLES DEEPWATER Deal fell thru! Owner
wants quick sale 2 Bdrm needs work. 65'on extra deep
canal. Just reduced $149,000.
WALK TO THE BEACHI 2/2 Condo in great location just
3 blocks from the beach $60,000.
DEEPWATER LOTS:
* Luxury waterfront location, 135'(+) X 100' on wide
deepwatercanal off S. Fork NewRiver. Newseawall, dock
w/electric. $177,000.
-Buildyourdream- R3AZoned. Greatpotentiall Residen-
tial/Multifamily & Liveaboard. Only $74,900. -
2/2 CONDO W/ DEEDED DOCK Great Coral Ridge
location near Bayview schools. Intercoastal view and
deeded dock! Just reduced-$155,000.
FLAMINGO PARK. Just reduced 2 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, 2
story pool home with 102' of waterfront $179,900.
RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES & ANNUAL RENT-
ALS! Live on a private island neardowntown Fort Lauder-
dale on the New Riverl 24 hr. security, tennis, saunas & 3
heated pools. Small pets OK*, deep water ocean access
dockage* as available ('*owners only).
Studio ......$45,900 2/2 P ..r..$82,900
1/1 ...........$51,900 2/2 ...........$89,900
1/1 ...........$56,500 2/2 ..sOLo... $99,900
1/1 co ,?.. $56,900 2/2 ...........$103,500
1/1 /I 2 .............. $69,900 2/2 ........... $124,900
2/12 ............... $68,000 2/2 ...........$129,900
2/12 ............... $69,900 2/2 ...........$134,900
2/2 ...........$74,900
River Reach rentals also available
Annual & Seasonal Leases
Call For Details
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFONT STINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyers!"
ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS.
1700 E. LAS OLAS SUITE 204 FT. LAUD., FL
(305) 462-5770
Living and Working on the New River ;


Call David R. Mutters

to help you find your WATERFRONT PARADISE...
in Cape Coralwith 400 miles of boat canals.
Waterfront homes from $79,000.
Waterfront lots from $5,000.


Toll-free 1-800-525-1985 Ext. 945
515 E. Cape Coral Pkwy., Cape Coral, FL 33904

(813) 945-1414


McFADDEN &
SPROWLS, INC.

An independenly Owned and Operaed Member
ol Coldell Banker Residela ANiliaes. Inc


5605 SW 14th Avenue
'BIG'AND BEAUTIFUL! One of a kind
custom spec home located on a
sailboat canal with quick Gulf
access. Over 4,300 SF of living, 4
BR plus den, pool, spa, wet bar,
fireplace, surround sound stereo &
more. $579,900. Call David Mutters,
eve. (813) 549-4006.


3037 SW 5th Avenue
BEAUTIFUL BASIN VIEW...
Like new 3 BR waterfront home,
underground utilities, great
A landscaping, screened lanai with
stone fountain, brick pavers, tile
roof, all this & more. $93,757.
Reduced. Call David Mutters,
eve. (813) 549-4006.


4807 SW Skyline Boulevard
LUXURY LIVING at its best. Former
model home with knockout view, good
Gulf access, fireplace, pool, spa,
alarm, a must to see. $249,938. Call
David Mutters, eve. (813) 549-4006.


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toll-free anytime Mail to: David R. Mutters
(800) 525-1985 e Coldwell Banker McFadden & Sprowls
Ext. 945 515 E. Cape Coral Pkwy.,
Ext945 Cape Coral, FL 33904 .
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$169,900
Close to River
Cute 2 bedrm/1 bath
tile floors, patio, 65' dock

Call: MARNI CANAVAN, Realtor

763-4091
The Prudential Florida Realty


David R. Mutters, Broker


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