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Table of Contents
    Main
        page 1
    Main: From the Cover
        page 2
    Main: News
        page 3
        page 4
    Main: Profile
        page 5
    Main: Letters
        page 6
    Main: Commentary
        page 7
    Main: Habitat
        page 8
    Main: Broward
        page 9
    Main: Events Calendar
        page 10
        page 11
    Main: In Brief
        page 12
    Main: Dade
        page 13
    Main: Navigation
        page 14
    Main: Profile
        page 15
    Main: People
        page 16
    Main: Sailing
        page 17
    Main: Diving
        page 18
    Main: Heritage
        page 19
    Main: Advertisement
        page 20
    Aft Section
        page 21
    Aft Section: Dining
        page 22
    Aft Section: Dining Dockage
        page 23
    Aft Section: Galley
        page 24
    Aft Section: Advertisement
        page 25
    Aft Section: Commerce
        page 26
        page 27
    Aft Section continued
        page 28
        page 29
        page 30
    Aft Section: Classifieds
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    Aft Section: Advertisement
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Waiting forWhitbread

International


yacht racers to

arrive April 24

By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
As sporting events go, this one is the
Super Bowl of souped-up vessels.
For those who haven't already heard, the
Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race a
grueling 32,000 mile journey billed as the
ultimate in crew yachting competition is
coming to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
area later this month.
The Whitbread, held every four years,
will sail into South Florida for the second time
in the race's 20-year history.
In 1990, the Greater Fort Lauderdale area
firsthosted the vessels as the Whitbread's sole
North American stopover. Pleased with the
reception they received, members of the
Whitbread's international race committee
again selected Broward County as the only
North American stopover for their 1993-94
competition.
Unlike the 1990 stopover, when thecrews
were docked at different sites around the
county, this year participating yachts will re-
main in one central location.
Fourteen yachts, representing 11 coun-


tries are expected to dock at Port Everglades
on April 24. The crews will leave May 21 for
the race's final leg to Southampton, En-
gland.
The yachts will be the focus of a spruced-
up container yard at the port, to be known as
the Heineken Trophy Village, said Ralph
Marrinson, events chairman for the
Whitbread-Port Everglades Stopover Com-
mittee.
The $1.5 million project, which also
consists of a variety of marine-oriented ac-
tivities, has been in the planning stages for
the past four years.
More than 1,000 volunteers are involved
in the massive undertaking.
Organizers are expecting about 100,000
visitors and journalists to pass through the
port's host center, which will be open to the
public seven days a week for the duration of
the Whitbread's stay.
With the exception of food and bever-
ages, all of the activities inside the village are
free, Marrinson said.
"It's going to be a working village," he
said. "After the crews arrive, the public can
watch as they prepare the boats for the race's
next leg."
People will also have the opportunity to
meet and talk with crew members and to
possibly tour the boats. Which vessels will
be open is up to the individual crews and


The $1.5 million project ...
has been in the planning
stages for the past four years.

won't be known until they get settled, he
said.
The village will be divided into five sec-
tions including a hospitality tent where vari-
ous groups will be hosting receptions. On site
catering will provide meals and cocktails.
Informationon tourism andproducts from
Broward County, the USA and countries that
are represented in the race will also be offered
in a reception tent.
An exhibits area with ocean and sailing-
related displays will be open from 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. daily. A marine art fair will also be held
there every weekend.
Visitors can relax at the Heineken Enter-
tainment Pavilion, a European-style beer gar-
den where music will be provided by local
bands.
In addition, the NationsBank Education
Pavilion will be used as a makeshift class-
room for hundreds of school children, who
will be given tours of the host center from 10
a.m. to 11 a.m. every weekday during the
Whitbread's stay.
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Hollywood struggles to reap Whitbread publicity


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
When you say the Whitbread Round the World Yachting
Race is coming to town, don't forget to mention that a major
chunk of the activities will be held in Hollywood.

Hollywood city officials don'twant to be overshadowed
by Fort Lauderdale, which they fear will reap the lion's share
of publicity when hordes of international journalists arrive to
cover the stopover.

Hollywood honchos want people to remember that 80
percent of Port Everglades, where the race yachts will dock
from April 24 to May 21, is within their city boundaries, said
Christine Murray, city director of public information.

"This is a tremendous opportunity for world-wide recog-
nition and we're not going to let it pass us by," Murray said.
When city officials initially heard the stopover being
referred to as a Greater Fort Lauderdale event, they were abit


upset, Murray said.
Their first act was to get the Whitbread-Port Everglades
Stopover Committee to rectify the situation and mention Hol-
lywood on its publicity posters.
The city is also taking other steps to call attention to itself.
With the help of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, they
plan to send out press kits to media representatives and will man
an information booth at the port's host center touting the city's
amenities, Murray said.
City and chamber officials will also have its police marine
units patrolling the port's waterways and place "Welcome to
Hollywood" banners at the host center, she said.
We're making every available effort to get our name out
there," Murray said. "We realize the world knows about Fort
Lauderdale and when the media comes to town, they usually
refer to an event as being there, regardless of where it is. Old
habits are hard to break.

"But our contention is how will anyone ever find out about
us if we don't get out and make ourselves known," she said.


Photo/BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
City spokesperson Christine Murray (L) and Mayor Mara
Giulianti are trying to ensure Hollywood gets its fair share
of publicity when the Whitbread yachts come to town.


Local hotel officials expect Whitbread to boost tourism


Continued from Page 1
In the afternoon, thepavilion will be open to the public for
a series of lectures on topics ranging from emergency medi-
cine at sea to gourmet galley cooking, said Shirley Gleason, a
member of the stopover's education committee.
"I think people who have never heard of the Whitbread or
came to the activities surrounding the last stopover will be
amazed," Gleason said. "No sporting event that has ever come
to South Florida can really compareto this. It'samulticultural,
educational and social happening all rolled into one."
Gordon Oliver, president of the stopover committee, said
what makes the Whitbread stand out is the international media
exposure it generates.
"The race is followed very closely overseas," he said.
More than 300 journalists are scheduled to converge on
the port, including live coverage by ESPN as the boats embark
on their final leg of the race, Oliver said.
"The whole thing is tailor made for this area," said
Francine Mason, director of public relations for the Greater
Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau. "After all,
Fort Lauderdale is the Venice of America."
Mason's office has been pitching promotional materials
on Broward County and the stopover to major news organiza-
tions throughout the United States and aboard, as well as
handling hotel and housing requests.
The bureau has a list of 54 hotels and motels around the
county that are offering special rates to Whitbread visitors.
Marketing officials at Pier 66 Hotel and Marina in Fort
Lauderdale, the event's official host headquarters, expect to
sell out all 388 rooms during the first and last weeks of the
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At the Bahia Cabana Beach Resort across from Fort
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"We really worked hard the last time the crews were here
to make their stay comfortable," he said. 'We donated free
haircuts, aerobic classes and massages to everyone involved in


Whitbread round-up

The long-anticipatedWhitbreadRound theWorld Yacht-
ing Race is coming to town later this month.
The race yachts will be located at Port Everglades April
24 through May 21. During their stay, a swirl of activities will
surround the stopover at the Heineken Trophy Village.
With the exception of food andbeverages, the host center
will be free and open to the public seven days a week.
Numerous events tentatively scheduled include:
*Lectures to be held daily at2 p.m. inside the NationsBank
Education Pavilion. Scheduled talks will include those on
gourmet galley cooking on May 4 and 13; emergency medi-
cine at season May 7 and 14; and sail making on May 6 and 19.
*A marine art fair will be held every weekend in the
exhibits area.
*At the Hospitality andRecognition Days tents, there will
be receptions and product showcasing held by a variety of
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properties."
The race coming to town has expanded the hotel
industry's winter tourist season, which usually ends Easter
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"Things haven't been cut throat," DeMaria said. "But
there is competition amongst hotels to get guests. It's a
prestigious event with a loyal following. Who wouldn't
want them?"
continued on next page


and the British Chamber of Commerce. As of this writing,
dates and times had not been set.
The public can also watch yacht crews prepare for the final
leg of their 32,000 mile journey.
Fourteen boats are competing in the race representing the
countries of France, Switzerland, New Zealand, Uruguay,
Italy, England, Spain, Ukraine, The Netherlands, USA and
Japan. Boats will be opened to the public at the discretion of
each crew.
A three-level, 1000-space parking garage is due to be
completed in time to accommodate crowds arriving for the
Whitbread stopover. The garage is located at mid-port adjacent
to Berth 27. Parking will cost $1 per hour.
Visitors-can also hop aboard the Fort Lauderdale Water
Taxi, which will add the port to its regular route. A one-way
pass costs $6. An all-day pass is $14. Children 12 years old and
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Jakki Slack, who owns the 25-unit Sand-
piper Island Resort on the Isle of Venice in
Fort Lauderdale, said rooms have been re-
served for six weeks by the New Zealand
crew, their families and support staff.
Like the Bahia Cabana, the Sandpiper
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during the 1990 stopover.
"They were excellent guests," Slack said.
"It was very emotional saying good-bye. We're
looking forward to the race's return."


Race update
Current standings of the Whitbread yachts
as they completed the race's fourth leg from
Auckland, New Zealand to Punta del Este,
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pected to leave Uruguay for Fort Lauderdale
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*New Zealand Endeavor (New Zealand),
first place; CT:* 084 16 58 23
*Tokio (Japan-New Zealand), second
place; CT: 084 18 55 00.


*Intrum Justitia (Europe), third place;
CT: 085 09 06 49.
*Merit Cup (Switzerland), fourth place;
CT: 085 12 05 12.
*Yamaha (Japan-New Zealand), fifth
place; CT: 085 12 43 45.
*Galicia93Pescanova (Spain) sixthplace;
CT: 085 16 55 01.
*Winston (USA), seventh place; CT: 086
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*La Poste (France) eighth place; CT: 087
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*Dolphin & Youth (UK), 11th place; CT:
096 10 17 59.
*Hetman Sahaidachny (Ukraine), 12th
place; CT: 096 11 17 29.
*UruguayNatural (Uruguay), 13th place;
CT: 102 03 27 14.
*Odessa (Ukraine-USA), 14th place; CT
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Lauderdale's riverfront reveals few secrets


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Gypsy Graves is a pro when it comes to
digging up secrets
As executive director of the Graves Mu-
seum of Archaeology and Natural History in
Dania, Graves has been trying to find clues to
Fort Lauderdale's past.
She and other historians believe many of
the answers may lie somewhere along the
New River. But waterfront development has
curtailed their search, Graves said.
"Developers are afraid to call us," she
said. "They're afraid maybe we'll find some-
thing and end up shutting them down."
So it came as a surprise last month when
developer C. Craig Edewaard invited the group
to his property, where he is building
townhouses along the New River at South-
west Seventh Avenue. Historians believe that
a home belonging to the area's first white
settlers, Charles and Frankie Lewis, was built
around 1790 on the river banks lining the
neighborhood of Tarpon Bend.


The Tarpon River Club
site was one of the last
undeveloped pieces of
riverfront land in the city.

The site of the Tarpon River Club
Townhomes looked promising but revealed
nothing about the Lewises. Volunteers from
the Broward County Archaeology Society,
which is affiliated with the museum, did ex-
hume several prehistoric pottery pieces, turtle
bone and some glass, Graves said.


Chances are slim that archaeologists will
ever uncover the Lewis residence, or find
where city namesake Major William Lauder-
dale built his fort in 1834. The Tarpon River
Club was one of the last undevelopedpieces of
riverfront land in the city, Graves said.
"Everytime a building goesup, apiece of
our history is covered," she said. "Our past is
becoming buried underneath concrete and
steel."
The Tarpon River Club site was only the
second riverfront dig performed by members
of the Broward archaeology society. Four
years ago they held a major excavation at the
site that now houses the Broward Center for
the Performing Arts, at 201 SW Fifth Ave.
Workers dug at the property before the
center was built. Much of what they managed
to unearth is on display in the museum's South
Florida room.
Artifacts include some spare change, a
few old-time medicine bottles, a 1915 cobalt
ink well, a glazed ashtray circa 1951 and a
1911 Lincoln penny. A hotel front desk bell
was as discovered as well, leading society
members to believe a hotel once sat on the
performing arts center site, Graves said.
On the same land, workers found prehis-
toric tools carved out of shells. The items are
also part of the South Florida room exhibit.
The tools belonged to the Tequesta Indi-
ans, whose origins date back to 500 BC. They
became extinct in 1760 after being enslaved
and killed by diseases brought over by white
European settlers.
Based on the tools and other found mate-
rials unearthed such as shark teeth, society
members determined the Indians used the
performing arts center site as a butchering
ground, Graves said.
See ARTIFACTS Page 15


Photo/BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Gypsy Graves examines prehistoric tools which the Tequesta Indians carved from shells.
The tools were uncovered several years ago at the site where the Center for the Performing
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By AL GRODSKY
aterfrent News Columnist


Q.:Help!
My head is not
working at all.
I can't pump it
manually or
electrically.
What should I
do?
JN,Dania


A.: First,
make sure water is getting to the head. If
there's a filter in the line, clean it. Check if the
plunger suction cup is torn or worn. If all else
fails, call in a professional.


Q.: My dive platform bottom sup-
ports are rusting out. Any suggestions on
how to extend their life?
CP,
Lighthouse Point

A.: Two chains suspended from the hull
will save your dive platforms until you can
install new supports.

Q.: I have replaced my heat risers and
manifold gaskets, and my motor still gets
hot. I've been given all kinds of advice from
putting flaps on the exhausts to changing all
the hoses, etc., etc. Why do heat risers go
bad and how can I prevent this?
GS, Fort Lauderdale


A.: Heat risers and manifolds go bad
when water is blocked from passing through
and therefore is unable to act as a coolant.
Gaskets will bum when they become too hot.
All nipples and hoses should be clear.
Your water pump should be in good condition,
meaning it's capable of forcing water through
the manifolds and risers.
Poor circulation will cause rusting and
prevent the components from doing their job.
Flushing out the manifolds and riser regularly
with fresh water will keep everything in good
condition.

Q.: I read with disbelief your advice
[Waterfront News, February issue] sug-
gesting that a motor could be installed on


Marine Mechanic


Mandated clear diesel fuel could lead to engine problems


To the Editor:

After reading a recent article in Boat'/US
Report, it seems that the surcharge on the new
clear diesel fuel on recreational boats is only
the beginning of problems for boaters.

The refinement process of this new fuel
removes certain chemical and properties
present in the existing fuel. Omitting these
chemicals will lead to reduced lubrication and


the shrinking of the injector pump and injector
O rings. Although the lubricating properties
can be compensated for with various additives
now available in the marketplace, no remedy
now exists for the rubber O ring problem. The
pump and injectors will leak and will have to
be rebuilt.

My sailboat's smallengine willcostabout
$1,000 to rebuild. This can only be done after


the leaking starts thank God it's not gaso-
line.

What's even worse is that after one trip to
the Bahamas, where only the commercial grade
or older fuel is sold, and you'll get to rebuild
your system all over again.

Without an additive or some sort of ex-
emption, South Florida boaters will first have


to find the fuel, pay more for the right to use it,
and then have the privilege of rebuilding parts
of our engines at a very high cost to continue
to use them. Something has to be done.


Michael A. Mueller,
Fort Lauderdale


Corrupt mechanics take the 'fun' out of boating

To the Editor:


Your front page March article prompts
the following report:

While trying to sell our 40-foot
motorsailer, we discovered the boat was in
need of a Pathfinder diesel engine. The work
order we signed ataFort Lauderdale boat yard
authorized 45 hours of labor in addition to a
two-hour sea trial a total bill of $2,115.

Three weeks laterI gotabill for$6,978.79.
I was shocked! After requesting an explana-
tion for the 108 hours of labor the company


charged me, I was informed that the time cards
had been thrown away. The only way I was able
to release my boat from these crooks and comn-'
plete my transaction with my purchaser was to
pay the full amount they requested.

After all this, the buyer's licensed mechanic
discovered that the riser was installed below the
water line, and that the electrical wiring and
exhaust system must be reinstalled.

The only solution in this situation is to seek
justice in the court, where I have found numer-


ous cases filed against this boat yard. I would
like to hear from others ho have had a similar
experience with crooked mechanics and boat
yards.
We have to stop this unjust practice in
order for boating to remain fun!
Coni Uzelac,
Fort Lauderdale
Editor's Note: Readers who would like to
get in touch with the previous letter
writer can contact the Waterfront News,
1523 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
Fla 33316.


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the stern of a canoe.
Is this really possible?
CT,
Fort Lauderdale

A.: Sorry, folks, I was in error. A large,
heavy motorwould really unbalance and weigh
down the canoe's stem. Thanks for correcting
this.
Al Grodsky is a Coast Guard Auxiliary
instructor specializing in marine mechan-
ics. Write him at the Waterfront News,
1523 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33316.

Readers can also visit Al in person
Saturday mornings at the Coast Guard
Auxiliary base at 601 Seabreeze Blvd. in
Fort Lauderdale.


Message in a bottle? We'll settle for an envelope.







COMMENTARY

Ships called 'she' in honor of strong, caring women
Ships called 'she' in honor of strong, caring women


By DAVID WILLIAMS
Waterfront News Columnist
Much has been written about why the pronoun "she" has
historically been used when referring to a ship. Here's a few
possible explanations, the result of some enthusiastic guess-
work:
1) A dependable ship was as dear to a sailor's survival as
a caring mother or wife is to the safety of her children.
2) Ashipisas capricious, demanding orabsorbingas some
women can be. (Just kidding)!
3) In honor of the Roman goddess of navigation, Minerva,
all ships were referred to in the feminine sense.
(Since my boat often seems to have a will of her own,
number 2 is definitely applicable. Just kidding)!
Other terms and their original meanings include:
*Ahoy: This traditional hailing call of sailors was first
noted in the 13th century. "Hoi" is the blind corner call of
Venetian gondoliers.
*Admiral: the highest ranking officer in most navies
worldwide. The term dates back to the 12th century, derived


Sea Talk
from the Arabic "Amir-al-baka," prince of the sea.
*Bail: To scoop out water. The term first came into use in
the 17th century, originating from the Latin "bacula," finally
evolving into everyday usage from the old French term, "bail"
or bucket.
*Binocular: The telescope was the forerunner of this very
useful mariner's instrument first conceived by the Dutch in the
16th century. The word is an adaptation of the Latin, "bini,"
meaning two, and "oculus" eye.
*Cat-O-Nine-Tails: The dreaded whip used to punish
sailors is believed to have originated in Egypt, where the cat
was sacred and even then was thought to possess nine lives.
The Egyptians believed that by flogging wayward sailors with
cat hide, good was passed from the whip to the punished sailor.
*Saint Elmo's Fire: The light spotted in the rigging of
yachts at sea, the result of a static electric discharge in the


atmosphere. Common usage of this phrase was first noted in
the 15th century and Saint Elmo is probably a corruption of St.
Erasus, a patron saint of Mediterranean sailors.
*Plimsoll Mark: The marking on the side of any ocean-
going vessel, which indicates the depths or drafts to which she
may be legally loaded under various conditions. The 19th
century term is named for Samuel Plimsoll, a British member
of Parliament and champion of safety regulations at sea. The
"mark" was enacted into law in 1876 under the Merchant
Shipping Act.
David Williams is a Fort Lauderdale marine insurance
broker who spends his spare time researching his favorite
nautical terms.
Write David at the Waterfront News, 1523 S. Andrews
Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33316 or fax (305) 524-9464.
Informational sources include but are not limited to: The
Mariners Dictionary, Boating Dictionary, Glossary of Modern
Terms, Origins of Sea Terms, Word Origins, Dictionary of Slang,
and personal observations.


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Several waterfront clean-ups will take
place along the Broward shoreline and the
Florida Keys this month in honor of Earth
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A beachfront clean-up will be sponsored
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The clean-up will last until noon. Partici-
pants are advised to bring sunscreen, gloves
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group's first time planning such an effort, said
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a non-profit organization in Fort Lauderdale
whose members are concerned with ocean
ecology.
"The idea came about after participating
in the annual statewide beach clean-up in
September," she said. "We noticed people
were looking for more opportunities to help
rid the beaches of debris.

Birds and fish can also
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"And besides, all that garbage just doesn't
look nice."
Because this is their first clean-up, the
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lected sites at the south and north end of the
counties, she said.
At the end of day, workers will weigh the
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City cracks down on code violations in liveaboard area


Hendricks Isle

residents question

enforcement

By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
FORT LAUDERDALE A city ordi-
nance requiring property owners to provide
sewage facilities for live-aboards has angered
some residents on Hendricks Isle, who claim
code officers are going overboard in their
efforts to enforce the law.
Since February, code officers have issued
notices requiring several residents to install
more landscaping, remove double-deep park-
ing spaces andreduce the numberofliveaboard
renters on their property.
"We were very willing to comply with the
ordinance, then all of a sudden the city con-
verged on this isle with a host of other issues
that are totally unrelated," said Ronnie Tho-
mas, who manages a six-unit apartment build-
ing with five boat slips.
At the apartment building where Thomas
resides, the owners have been told they must
cut down to eight units, meaning they would
either have to get rid of four apartments or lose
four boat slips.
"People here are scared to death," she
said. "They're afraid they won't be able to
survive if they comply with the city's re-
quests."
Harry Klein, co-owner of Admiral's
Court, said he and his partner, Marc Cohen,
were issued citations in February giving them
30 days to reduce the number of apartments or
live-aboard boats, put in more gardening and
remove their double-deep parking spaces. If
they fail to comply, both men could face a
$250 a day fine. -
"We've already had to tell eight boat
owners they have to leave when their month is


up," said Cohen, whose building has 21 apart-
ments and 18 slips.
George Phillips of Toronto, a live-aboard
renter at Admiral's Court, said he thinks the
city is wrong for targeting the isle and boaters
in general.
"The city is blaming the boaters for caus-
ing pollution in the waterway," said Phillips,
72, who owns a 40-foot Hughes named the
Windigo Witch.
"I can tell you it's going to have a big
effect on the city's economy," he said. "A lot
of us won't come back. We won't go where
we're not wanted."
Cal Landau, owner of a three-unit apart-
mentbuilding with fiveboatslips on Hendricks
Isle, said the city is abusing its powers and
over enforcing.
"Most of the stuff you see has been done
for decades and with permits," he said. "We're
being singled out."
Some Hendricks Isle landlords fear the
city may want to purposely drive them out of
business.

'First they got rid of spring
breakers, now it's the live-
aboards turn,'
-Ronnie Thomas,
apartment manager

"I think someone has a hidden agenda to
get us to sell our land cheap and then re-
develop the area," Klein said.
Said Thomas: "First they got rid of the
spring breakers, now it's the live-aboards turn."
Not true, said Harry Diehl, city directorof
planning, zoning and building.
The city passed the ordinance requiring
sewage facilities for live-aboards in Decem-
ber after a study showed high levels of bacteria
in the New River, particularly in the water-
ways surrounding Hendricks Isle and the Isle


Marc Cohen,
co-owner of
Admiral's
Court apart-
ments on
Hendricks
Isle, had toask
several rent-
ers to leave af-
ter the city is-
sued him a ci-
tation in Feb-
ruary for vio-
lating density
requirements
in the area.


of Venice.
"The problems on Hendricks Isle have
been there for years and nothing has been done
voluntarily," Diehl said. "This puts the city in
an unfortunate position. Because of the ordi-
nance, we have to all look at all the causes of
the pollution in the waterways and density is
one of them."
So far compliance hasbeen slow, with the
city receiving only two permit requests for
permanent pump-out stations.
The law also allows landlords to hire
private pump-out haulers, but the city won't
be sure how many have complied until they
start receiving required monthly reports from
property owners, Diehl said.
Although the law is currently in effect,
the city is giving landlords a limited grace
period to implement sanitation systems.
Peter Neufeldt, owner of an apartment
building on neighboring Isle of Venice, was
among the first to apply for and install a
permanent pump-out station on his property.
The cost came to about $8,000, he said.
He saidresidents on HendricksIsle should
have seen the code officers coming.
"They [the city] did the similar property


inspections here two years ago and everyone
was very cooperative," Neufeldt said. "Now
it's their [Hendricks Isle residents] turn."
Jakki Slack, who owns the Sandpiper
Island Resort on Isle of Venice, said she agrees
with what the city is trying to do.
"Hendricks Isle is a bit over packed," she
said. "We have to do something about the
pollution. We don't want to live in a toilet."
Slack is in the process of complying with
the new ordinance and is making arrange-
ments to have a permanent pump-out facility
on her property. She figures the cost will set
her back between $7,000 and $10,000.
"We're all moving as fast as we can," she
said. "I just hope the city gives us some time to
comply. There are some people here for whom
money is a problem."
Diehl said the city is trying to be patient.
The planning, zoning and building depart-
mentplans to hold workshop for residents on
March 29, as well as send out courtesy notices
to remind property owners about the ordi-
nance.
The department will know; o.r many
people they were able to a- -.*. code
officers make a tour of the two isles in April to
survey properties, he said.


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Friday, April 1
Good Friday
April Fools Day
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Easter
cruise to Lake Sylvia. Call (407) 341-
8658.
Laser Floyd: A laser-light show at
Buehler Planetarium, Davie; today and
tomorrow at midnight. Tickets: $5. Call
475-6681.
Friday Night Concert: Hollywood North
Beach Park, 6 to 9 p.m. Call 926-2444.
Duplicate Bridge: Hallandale, 12:45
p.m. Call 458-6395.
Saturday, April 2
Downtown Hollywood Sun & Fun
Festival: 2 to 10 p.m. Call 921-3400.
Used Book Sale: Sailorman, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 522-6717.
Spring Egg Hunt: City of Wilton Manors;
ages 6 to 12. Call 390-2134.
Beach Clean-up: Hollywood North
Beach Park; 9 a.m. to noon. Call 926-
2444.
Children's Spring Festival: Young
Circle Park, Hollywood; ages 6 to 12, 1
p.m. Call
Sunday, April 3
Easter Sunday
Sunday Jazz Brunch: Riverwalk, Fort
Lauderdale, 11 a.m. Call 468-1540 or
761-5703.
Poetry in the Woods:.1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
at Secret Woods Nature Center. Call
566-7823.
Sunday Nature Walk: Secret Woods
Nature Center, 1:30 p.m. Call 791-1030.
Monday, April 4
Friends of the New River: Meets at the
New River Middle School, 7 p.m. Call
797-4500.
Spring Swimming Lessons:
preschoolers and beginners, T.Y. Park,
Hollywood. Call 985-1980.
Dinner & Dance: Florida Expo, Margate,
starts 6:30 p.m. Cost: $7. Call 968-5153.
Endometriosis Support Group: Meets
the first Monday of the month, 7 p.m.,
Florida Medical Center, Lauderdale
Lakes. Call 791-7386.
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood
Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3400.
Davie-Cooper City Toastmasters:
Meets Mondays 7 p.m. Call 321-6477.
Tuesday, April 5
Noontime Musical: Main Library Plaza,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 761-5813.
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Submissions should be
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and include only im-
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please issue separate
notices for each event.
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or fax (305)-524-9464.-


Guard Auxiliary; 10-week course, Plantation;
registration: 6:30 p.m. Call 753-7557.
Fairwinds Single Sailors: Meets Tues-
days, Boca Raton. Call (407) 338-0306.
Power Boat Singles: Meets Tuesdays, Fort
Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call 426-1106.
Sierra Club of Broward: Meets 7:30 p.m.,
Pompano Beach. Call 742-0495 or 970-
0150.
Adult Watercise & Swim Lessons: Adult
lessons and watercise offered by the city of
Hallandale; starts 10 a.m., every Tuesday
and Friday. Call 457-1458.
Senior Citizens of Dania: Meets monthly,
9 a.m. Call 305 921-8700.
Wednesday, April 6
Bahamas Cruising Seminar: Gulfstream
Sailing Club, 7 p.m., Bahia Mar Resort, Fort
Lauderdale. Topic include safety at sea and
first aid. Call 473-0733.
Boating Class: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary,
Pompano Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call 938-8481.
Boating Skills & Seamanship: Every
Wednesday, Hollywood, 7:30 p.m to 9:30
p.m. Call 464-2226 or 454-0660.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla Four:
Meets the first Wednesday of the month,
7:30 p.m., at Glendale Federal, 2335 E.
Atlantic Blvd. Call 938-8481.
Multihull Association of South Florida:
Meets at the Miami Yacht Club, 7:30 p.m.
Call (305) 272-7065 or (407) 588-3052.
South Florida Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m.,
Hollywood. Call 923-3490.
Broadwalk Concert Series, Hollywood
Beach. Call 921-3404.
Dinner & Dance: Every Monday and
Wednesday, Florida Expo, 6:30 p.m.,
Margate. Call 968-5153.
Photographic Society: Meets 7:45 in
Pompano Beach. Call 941-1643.
CHADD, parent support group for Children
with Attention Deficit Disorder. Call 721-
8793.
Thursday, April 7,
Greater Miami Billfish Tournament:
Through April 10; headquarters: Miami
Beach Marina. Call 561-2868 in Broward;
365-0497 in Dade.
Florida & Caribbean, Diving, Fishing
Vacation Expo: Through April 10. Trade
day today, Fort Lauderdale Convention
Center. Call (407) 478-4136.
Marne Industries Association Barbecue:
John Lloyd State Park, Dania, 5 p.m.
Admission: $20. Call 524-2733 or 475-7399.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club: Meets
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. North Miami. Call 949-
2334.
Bach's Lunch Concert Series: Anniver-
sary Park, Hollywood, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Call 921-3399.
Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. Miami. Call
305 238-9754 or 387-0733.
Big Band Dance: Every Thursday, 8 to 11
p.m., Florida Expo, Margate. Cost: $6 per
person. Call 968-5153.
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
Friday, April 8
Fort Lauderdale Seafood Festival: Bubier
Park; through April 10. Proceeds benefit the
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society. Call 463-
4431.
Single Boating Club of the Palm Beaches,
meets 7:30 p.m. Call (407) 746-0677.
Friday Night Concert: Hollywood North
Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
Duplicate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 12:45
p.m. Call 458-6395.
Saturday, April 9
Fort Lauderdale Seafood Festival: Today
and tomorrow; Bubier Park, starts 11 a.m.
Call 463-4431.


1994


Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsman
Association: "Hat" tournament. Call 983-
5501.
Basic Florida Vegetable Gardening: A
class at Snyder Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call
468-1585.
WalkAmerica '94: March of Dimes. Call
485-4718.
Star Gazing, Fox Astronomical Observatory,
Markham Park, Fort Lauderdale. Call 305
721-4159.
Sunday, April 10
Winter Series: Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call
583-7215.
Spring Series Buoy Race: Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club, 11 a.m. Call (407) 341-8658.
Model Boat Races: Markam Park, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 389-2000.
Kayaking: Turner River, Everglades;
Atlantic Coast Kayak Company. Call 781-
0073.
Nature Walk: Fern Forest Nature Center,
Pompano Beach. 10 a.m. Call 970-0150.
Music of the Glackens Era: Museum of Art,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 525-5500.
Sunday Afternoon Concert: Hollywood
North Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
Monday, April 11
Dinner & Dance: Florida Expo, Margate,
starts 6:30 p.m. Call 968-5153.
Broward County Endometriosis Support
Group: Meets once a month, Florida
Medical Center, Lauderdale Lakes. Call
(407) 995-7117.
Theater Under the Stars: Music and
dancing on Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. Call 921-3404.
Tuesday, April 12
Safe Boating Class: Biscayne Bay Power
Squadron; six-week course, North Miami
Beach, 7 p.m. Call (305) 759-8902.
YMCA National Swimming & Diving
Championships: Ages 14 to 18 represent-
ing 38 states; through April 15, International
Swimming Hall of Fame. Call 468-1580.
Sea Ray Owners Association, meets in
Fort Lauderdale 7 p.m. Call 742-4749.
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.
Fairwinds Single Sailors, meets in north
Broward on Tuesdays. Call (407) 338-0306.
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7
p.m. Call 305 537-3094.
Broward Native Plant Society, meets 7:30
p.m. Call 305 791-1030.
Friendly Toastmasters Club: meets
Tuesday in north Broward. Call 462-1001.
New River Rollers, meets 7:30 p.m. Call
537-9418.
Wednesday, April 13
Bahamas Cruising Seminar: Gulfstream
Sailing Club, 7 p.m., Bahia Mar Resort, Fort
Lauderdale. Topics include "Preparation
Prior to Crossing" and "Communications."
Call 473-0733.
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 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, April 14
Fort Lauderdale Charter Yacht Show:
Through April 17; seminars and activities;
Pier 66 Resort. Call 522-9270.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: General
meeting, 7:30 p.m. Call (407) 341-8658.

Classical Jazz: Bach's Lunch Concert -
Series, Hollywood. Call 921-3399.
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Suncoast Kingfish Classic: St. Peters-
burg. Call (813) 397-5605.
World Trade Expo: Import & export trade
show; through April 17; Coconut Grove
Convention Center. Call (407) 394-2317.
Pompano Beach Navy League: Dinner
dance; Lighthouse Point Yacht Club; 6:30
p.m. Call 785-1086.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood
Street Dance, 7 p.m. Free. Call 921-3400.
Broward County, Florida Council Navy
League: Dinner meeting. Call 537-3771.
Friday Night Concert: Hollywood North
Beach Park. Call 926-2444.
Saturday, April 16
Spring Youth Race Series: Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club. Call (407) 341-8658.
Intro to Scuba and Underwater Photog-
raphy: Gulfstream Sailing Club, Fort
Lauderdale, 7 p.m. Call 473-0733.
American Merchant Marine Veterans:
Meets 1 p.m. in Dania. Call 923-6250 or
564-2862.
Sailorman Lecture: "The Amazing Bruce
Anchor," Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-6716.
Kayaking: Lignumvitae Key; Florida Keys;
Atlantic Coast Kayak Company. Call 781-
0073.
Fort Lauderdale Doubles Volleyball
Tournament: Today and tomorrow; 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Call 761-5391.
Family Movies: Easterlin Park, Oakland
Park. Call 938-0610.
Sunday, April 17
National Week of the Ocean: A week-
long celebration with local events. Call
462-5573.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Non-Columbus
Day regatta, starts 12 noon. Call (407)
848-9508.
Radio-Controlled Model Power Boat
Race, Markham Park, Sunrise; 10 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Model Power Boat Races: Markham
Park, Sunrise, 9 a..m. to 5 p.m. Call 741-
1696.
Spring Series Buoys Race: Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club, 11 a.m. Call (407) 341-8658.
Kayaking: Indian Key; Atlantic Coast
Kayak Company. Call 781-0073.
Monday, April 18
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood
Beach, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 921-3400.
Spring Swimming Lessons:
Preschoolers and beginners, T.Y. Park,
Hollywood. Call 985-1980.
Tuesday, April 19
Safe Boating & Seamanship: U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Fort Lauderdale;
four-week course. Call 491-3858 or 568-
0046.
"Water 'n Kids:" Deerfield Island Park,
sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary, for kids ages kindergarten to
fourth grade, 9:15 a.m.; takes place every
third Tuesday of the month. Call 360-1320.
Model Boat Competitions: Markham
Park, Sunrise. Call 389-2000.
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.
Intermediate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 1
p.m. Call 305 458-6395.
Wednesday, April 20
Marine Biology for Scuba Divers: A
course at the Gumbo Limbo Nature
Center, Boca Raton, 7 p.m. Call (407) 338-
1473.
Safe Boating & Seamanship: every
Wednesday, Hollywood. Call 464-2226 or
484-2226.
Broadwalk Concert: 7:30 p.m., Hollywood
Beach. Call (305) 921-3404.
Sawgrass Herpetological Society: meets
7 p.m. at Fern Forest Nature Center,
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Dancing: every Wednesday at the Multi-
Purpose Center, Hollywood, 7:30 to 10:30
p.m. Call 921-3408.
Thursday, April 21
School Marine Fair: Galleria Mall, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 370-1755.
Sailing Singles of South Florida, meets
at Mombasa Bay, 6 p.m. Call 565-0775.
"The Golden Age of Toy Boats:" On
exhibit through May 22 at the Museum of
Art, Fort Lauderdale. Call 525-5500.
New River Rollers, meets 7 p.m. Call 537-
9418.
Friday, April 22
Fort Lauderdale Billfish Tournament:
Through April 24, Bahia Mar. Call 563-
0385.
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival:
Through April 24; on the beach between
A1A and Atlantic Boulevard. Call 941-
2940.
Student Seafood Sampling: Galleria
Mall, Fort Lauderdale. Call 564-1015.
Saturday, April 23
Miami to Key Largo Sailing Regatta:
Open to boats 14 feet or longer. Entry fee:
$40. Call (305) 377-9877 or 920-0102.
Artificial Reef Sinking: Pompano Beach
Fishing Rodeo, 2 p.m. Call 942-4513.
Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsman
Association: Key West tarpon permit trip.
Call 983-5501.
Spring Youth Race Series: Hillsboro Inlet
Sailing Club. Call (407) 341-8658.
Pitcairn Moonlight: Gulfstream Sailing
Club Race. Call 583-7215.


CALENDAR


South Florida Earth Day Festival: Call
467-6637.
Sunday, April 24
Florida Polish Yacht Club: Meets 5 p.m. in
downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call 746-7538.
Kayaking: Bimini/Berry Islands; Atlantic
Coast Kayaking Company. Call 781-0073.
Nature for Newcomers: A course at the
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Boca Raton.
Call (407) 338-1473.
Sunday Afternoon Concert: Hollywood
North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m. Call 926-
2444.
Nature Walk: Secret Woods Nature Center,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 797-1030.
Monday, April 25
Whitbread Round the World: Local
American stopover, Port Everglades, Fort
Lauderdale/Hollywood. Call 522-7223.
Tuesday, April 26
Safe Boating & Seamanship: U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary, Deerfield Beach, 7:30 p.m.
Call 421-7054 or 428-1421.
Fairwinds Single Sailors: Meets Tuesdays,
Boca Raton. Call (407) 338-0306
Wednesday, April 27
Boating Course: Fort Lauderdale Power
Squadron, 7:30 p.m. Call 525-8937 or 587-
2129.
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at
the Flotilla Club, West Palm Beach. Call
(407) 832-7681.
Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsman
Association: General dinner meeting, 6:30
p.m. Call 983-5501.
Greenways for Dade: Workshop at the
Fairchild Tropical Garden. Call (305) 325-
0045.


West Palm Beach Fishing Club: general
meeting, 7 p.m. Call (407) 832-6780.
Thursday, April 28
Fort Lauderdale Spring Boat Show:
Through May 1, Greater Fort Lauderdale/
Broward County Convention Center. Call
764-7642.
Suncoast Boat Show: Through May 1;
Sarasota. Call 764-7642 or (800) 940-7642.
Sailing Singles of South Florida, meets 6
p.m. at Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call
565-0775.
Bach's Lunch Concert Series: Anniversary
Park, Hollywood, 12:30 p.m. Call 921-3399.
Fair Winds Single Sailors: meets in north
Broward. Call 941-1631.
Powerboat Singles: meets 6 p.m., Fort
Lauderdale. Call 426-1106.
Greater Hollywood Philharmonic Orches-
tra: Young Circle Park, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-
3400.
New River Rollers: meets 7:30 p.m., Fort
Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.
Friday, April 29
Fort Lauderdale Semi Annual Billfish
Tournament: Lighthouse Point Saltwater
Sportsman Association. Call 983-5501.
Cruise/Race to Palm Beach: Gulfstream
Sailing Club, Fort Lauderdale. Call 473-
0733.
Yamaha Owner's Tournament:
Islamorada; today and tomorrow. Entry fee:
$90 per boat. Call (612) 835-3030.
Saturday, April 30
Buck Carlisle Memorial Coastal Race:
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club. Call (407) 341-
8658.
Coastal Palm Beach Race: Gulfstream


Sailing Club. Call 583-7215.
Kayaking: Loxahatchee River; Atlantic
Coast Kayak Company. Call 781-0073.
Arts & Crafts Show: War Memorial
Auditorium, Fort Lauderdale. Call 761-
5380.
Walk for Animal: Smoker Park, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 961-5944.537-2936.
Tradewinds Park: Volunteers needed to
work at the park's stables and farm area or
in agricultural education and special
events. Call 357-8164.
Volunteers Needed: To assist a blind or
visually impaired person. Call 777-4955.
Seniors Needed: Volunteer program. Call
563-8991.
Broward County Scholarship Pageant:
Accepting applications for the 1994 Miss
Broward County Pageant. Call 791-2291 or
458-8342.
Alzheimer's Association of Broward
County: Offers support groups for families
and friends of Alzheimer patients. Call 726-
0002.
Guardian Ad Litem Program: Needs
volunteers to represent in court abused,
neglected and abandoned children. Call
357-5677.
Cable Water-Skiing: Quiet Waters Park,
Deerfield Beach. Call 429-0215.
Velodrome: Brian Piccolo Park. Call 437-
2600.
Fort Lauderdale Event Hotline: 761-5363.
Hollywood Recreation Department: 921-
3404
Lighthouse Point Recreation: 784-3439.
Pompano Beach Recreation Depart-
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Baynanza events to aid Biscayne Bay, Dade parks


Walks, boat tours, clean-ups planned


By HANK JONES
Waterfront News Writer
Be involved, be informed, build a better
Dade County. That's the invitation or chal-
lenge issued to residents during the 11th
edition of Baynanza.
The week-long schedule of environmen-
tal events is important to South Florida be-
cause of the impact Biscayne Bay has on the
local environment, organizers say. The bay is
a natural resource attracting not only vaca-
tioners but local residents for fishing, boating
and water sports.
Some 20 events are scheduled during the
10- day event which runs from Saturday,
April 23 to Sunday, May 1. They include:

Walk for Trees
Requires registration by Sunday, April
10 for the Saturday, April 23 event. All walk-
ers will post a minimum $6 pledge and funds
raised will buy trees for neighborhoods in
South Dade defoliated by Hurricane Andrew,
such as the Tamiami Pine Preserve and
Homestead's Habitat for Humanity. In addi-
tion, there will be financial help throughout
Dade County for new plantings through local
Global Releaf Planting Grants.
The 4.5-mile walk begins at the Red Road
Metrorail Station in South Miami and ends at
theEnvironmentalEducationFairatMatheson
Hammock Park.
It is sponsored by Citizens for a Better
South Florida and Dade County Parks and
Recreation. Registered walkers can ride
Metrorail free and will have a free ride on a


"natural gas shuttle bus" for the return to
South Miami. Park activities feature guided
nature tours, environmental presentations,
food vendors and live music for entertain-
ment. Call 444-9555 or 372-6555 for more
details and updates.
Competing events include a dune restora-
tion and planting project at the north end of
Key Biscayne Beach. Both activities start 9
a.m. Register by calling the Nature Center at
649-3698.
At noon that same day, Marjory S toneman
Douglas Biscayne Nature Center naturalists
will lead a two-hour adventure through a
seagrass habitat. This is a good trip for young-
sters and adults. Bring wading shoes and dry
clothes. Call 649-3698.

Miami River
Sedentary types can watch the world glide
by during the Miami River Coordinating
Committee's guided boat tour. Starting at 1
p.m., Saturday, April 23, the two-hour tour
departs from Bayside and includes arundown
on the history, ecology and industrial aspects
of an important Miami resource. At4 p.m. the
tour will repeat with Spanish narration. Call
373-1915.
A two-hour guided bicycle tour of Key
Biscayne begins at Calusa Park at 3 p.m. Call
649-3698.

Cape Florida Restoration Day
Cape Florida State Park, where Hurricane
Andrew leveled more than 400 acres of park


trees, will be the site of Restoration Day,
Sunday, April 24,9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In the morning, workers will remove ex-
otic plant regrowth and replace it with native
trees and plants. Afternoon activities include
games, eco-tours and environmental tours -
with plenty of soft drinks and an "official
Baynanza T-shirt" for participants. Call the
sponsoring American Littoral Society at 547-
1577.
On Monday, April 25, spectators can watch
as red fish are released at noon on the north
side of Key Biscayne's Hobie Beach. Call
947-3525. Follow the stocking with a sea
grass adventure, catching and releasing sea
life from the seagrass habitat. Bring wading
shoes and change of clothes. Call 649-3698.
On Wednesday, April 26, a community
forum, "Biscayne Bay Visions of past,
Present and Future," will be sponsored by the
South Florida Water management District.
For more information, call DERM 372-6770.

Fishing Tournament
Baynanza's Fishing Tournament, with
$10,000 in prizes, gets underway Saturday,
April 30 at sunrise. Participants will depart
Haulover Beach park and Pelican Harbor. For
more information and entry forms call 947-
3535.

Beach clean-up
DERM's 11th annual beach clean-up is
also scheduled Saturday April 30,9 a.m. There
are 17 sites from which volunteers, who will
receive an official Baynanza T-shirt, plenty of
soft drinks and trash bags. Participants may
r


want to use gloves.
North Dade clean-up sites include Oleta
State Recreation Area, Pelican Harbor and
Haulover Park. In Central Dade, sites include
the Julia Tuttle Causeway, Vizcaya, Dinner
Key Marina and Matheson Hammack park;
South Dade: Lego Avenue, Chapman Field,
Deering Estate, Homestead Bayfront Park/
Biscayne National Park and Black Point Ma-
rina.
Along with the Dade clean-up effort, a
special three-hour project will get underway
at 9 am. with the restoration of Bear Cut.
Volunteers will prune and remove exotics
from the Bear Cut Preserve. call 649-3698.
At the same site, a two-hour sunset walk
begins at4 p.m., with naturalists helping par-
ticipants explore the habitat of plants and
animals that constitute this unique ecosystem.
Call 649-3698.
Also on Saturday, there will be a reprise
of the Miami River Guided Boat Tour, leav-
ing from Bayside. Call 373-1915.


Coconuts Festival
Baynanza's Sunday wrap-up is theFourth
Annual Coconuts Festival at Haulover Park
- beginning at 9 a.m. Music such as Carib-
bean, Blues,Folk andRockwill alternate with
the "best of the best" from local schools.
There will be an arts and crafts marketplace
along with exhibits from environmental
groups. There willbe a"ScubaTreasure Hunt"
and "Reef Sweep Clean-up" for divers, along
with "Kidspace," games and crafts for young-
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APAIL 1994 WA I .' RON T E-1


Underwater seminar to be held at Graves Museum


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Next month experts will speak on a variety of marine-
related subjects during an underwater seminar to be held at the
Graves Museum of Archaeology and Natural History in Dania.
The May 7th event is being billed as a day-long series of
lectures for treasure and pleasure divers, as well as academics.
Admission is $10 per person. Lunch costs $5 more and is
optional, said Georg McJunkin, who volunteers as an under-
water researcher for the museum.
This museum's third seminar will include talks on marine
biology, underwater archaeology, reef ecology and maritime
history. Around 100 people are expected to attend, he said.
Among the speakers currently scheduled for the May
seminar are underwater photographer John McLaughlin; Bob
Snyder, aJupiteroceanographer; Steve Singer, president of the
Marine Archaeology Council in Fort Lauderdale; John
Maseman, aFort Lauderdale conservator; David Kaplan of the
South Florida Reef Research Team; and Jonathan Zippin,
winnerof the 1994 Broward County High School Science Fair.
Also appearing will be underwater archaeologists John
Gifford and Bob Sheridan. Dimitri Rebikoff, an underwater
photographer, inventor and explorer who lives in Fort Lauder-
dale, will receive a special achievement award from event
organizers, McJunkin said.
Aside from the lectures, participants will have the oppor-
tunity to be among the first to tour the museum's new under-
water exhibit, he said.
The exhibit's centerpiece will be a diorama with a 90-foot-
long mural.
The mural, which is being painted by Sheridan, is ex-
pected to show the non-diver what the underwater world looks
like 40 feet below the ocean's surface, McJunkin said.
Sheridan is near completing the project, which will in-
clude sharks, turtles, dolphins, manatees and a ship wreck with
a life-size treasure chest.
"The mural wif not just be a backdrop," he said. "It will
be part of the entire learning process. I plan to add more marine
life each month. It's going to be a living wall."
In addition, visitors can also view a display of scale
models depicting the history of ships.
Sheridan, a dive specialist, also teaches an ongoing, mu-
seum-sponsored class in underwaterarchaeology. Sessionsare
offered monthly and meet on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
.The two-day course costs $135. Students will receive four
classroom instruction sessions at the museum, one pool ses-


sion at Plantation Central Park and four open water dives off
Fort Lauderdale.
When Sheridan isn't volunteering at the museum, he is a
dive charterboat captain in FortLauderdale. He hasexperience
in underwater archaeology with the National Parks Service.
Students in his class will learn how to map and identify an
area and evaluate a site for excavation, he said.
He explains that divers in South Florida will mostly come
across ship wrecks, while divers who go to northern Florida
will see fossils.
"I tell people this is not the Olympics. We're not going for
the gold," he said. "The course is not so much about finding, as
it is about documenting."
For more information about the underwater seminar or the
underwater archaeology course, call the museum at (305) 925-
7770.
The museum, at 481 S. Federal Highway in Dania, is open
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday;
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday; and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The
facility is closed Mondays. Admission is $5 for adults and $3
for children.

Developer hopes artifacts
will highlight history

ARTIFACTS
Continued from Page 15
The Indians would pull the sharks out of the ocean and
bring them back to the banks of the New River," Graves said.
Edewaard said he finds the whole business of digging up
the city's past fascinating. He would like to see developers and
other property owners cooperate more with the society.
Edewaard's own family is deeply rooted in Fort
Lauderdale's history. His grandfather, Cornelius Edewaard,
came to the city in the 1920s and became its first optometrist.
His father, also an optometrist, lived in Fort Lauderdale 76
years. And Edewaard himself was born and raised here.
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TAKING THE LEAD
Coral Ridge Power Squadron elects first woman commander


By KEVIN J. LAWTHER
Waterfront News Writer
The Coral Ridge Power Squadron's
newly elected commander brings more than
just a new face to the job: She's also
wearing a different uniform.
For the first time in its 27-year history,
the squadron has elected a woman to its top
spot That means Coral Ridge members now
salute a commander dressed in a jacket and
skirt, instead of slacks.
Joan Maplesden recently joined a
growing number of woman locally and
nationwide who are climbing the ranks in
what has traditionally been an all-male
organization.
"It's a milestone for us," says Coral
Ridge member Conrad Reisinger. "And
everyone's kind of anxious to see what
happens."
United States Power Squadrons are
private, non-profit groups whose members
share a common love of boating. Estab-
lished in 1914, the squadrons boast about
75,000 members in over 400 chapters
nationwide. Brochures distributed by the
USPS describes the group as the "largest
private boating organization" in the country.
Membership is by invitation only. And
until 1983, squadrons were closed to
women.
But in chapters across the country,
things are slowly changing as women take
on more active roles, according to USPS
Spokesperson William E. Husted.
"A New Jersey woman initiated a court
case in 1982 that challenged the private
status of the USPS," Husted said. "The
following year the organization voted to
allow women to join. And since then we've
been seeing more and more women coming
up through the ranks and assuming an


interest in the leadership roles.
"We haven't had a female national
commander yet, but it's possible," said
Husted, whose district is made up of 17
squadrons and 2,200 members from Key
West to Vero Beach.
Maplesden's rise to the top spot is not
surprising, he says.
"I think she's a dynamite girl. She's
certainly a rising star in both male and
female ranks. She knows boating inside and
out and she takes a leadership role by
motivating people. That's the kind of thing
that sets her apart."
In just six years, Maplesden has
completed every Power Squadron course
available, from basic seamanship to celestial
navigation, marine electronics and engine
maintenance.
"I figured if I was going to get involved
with an adult boating organization like this
one, then I should learn as much about
boating as possible," says the brown-eyed,
silver-haired Maplesden. "After all, when
you're out on a boat and it breaks down,
you can't just drive it into a gas station. You
have to know how to troubleshoot problems
yourself."
As commander of the 160-member
Coral Ridge squadron, Maplesden must lead
other boats during rendezvous. She herself
skippers a 34-foot boat named Seagull,
along with her husband, Doug.
In mid April she will lead a rendezvous
of boats up to Lake Okeechobee, then head
across to Fort Myers, down through the
Florida Straits, to Marathon Key, before
heading back to Fort Lauderdale.
A commander, she says, has a lot of
responsibility.
"The position is not symbolic," she
says. "There are a lot of responsibilities


Until 1983 the United States Power Squadrons
were closed towomen. Now in Southeast Florida
alone, three women, including Joan Maplesden
(pictured) serve as commanders.

involved in running the business of the
squadron. We have a $22,000 budget, we
are actively involved in both civil service
through cooperative charting a well as
education of the public and our members."
Maplesden, a New Jersey native, joined
the Coral Ridge chapter after moving to Fort
Lauderdale in 1988. She admits her rise to
chief of an organization that has only about
10 women compared to 150 men, is
unusual.
"I've only been in this squadron for
about six years and that's not long to go all
the way to the top. I'm still kind of getting
used to the idea of being commander."
Maplesden says she became interested
in boating when she was about eight years
old and was first learning to water ski. Her
father was a navy veteran who served on the
USS Arizona and she traces her interest in
boating to him.
"Down here, you feel left out if you're
not into boating," she says. "When I look
around, it seems that everyone has a boat in


South Florida."
Maplesden and husband, Doug, are also
due to publish their first book, a suspense
novel set in Fort Lauderdale that involves,
what else, boating.
"The novel revolves around a female
diesel mechanic named Kendra Kane who
determines that several local boating
accidents are the result of a defect in an
electrical system sold by a certain company
located along the New River. That business
is up for sale and the owner doesn't want it
known that he is selling defective parts, so
he sends his son after Kendra Kane."
Maplesden says her ambitions in
writing are no less important than her work
with the squadron. Her main goal during her
one-year term is to motivate members to get
more involved and do more in-depth work
inside the organization.
"My aim is to increase the number of
people who get merit marks," she says. A
merit mark is a gold bar sewn on the sleeve
on a member's uniform who has performed
a significant amount of work for the
squadron, such as teaching free educational
boating and navigational classes.
"It's the only pay our members re-
ceive," she says. "Some of our senior
members have gold bars all the way up their
sleeve. It's a sign of the work they have
done throughout the year. What I'd like to
do is spread some of that work around
throughout the squadron and get more of the
members involved."
So far, her goals and enthusiasm have
earned Maplesden the respect of her fellow
squadron members.
"She is a nice, very organized woman,"
says Carlos Carrasquilla, a three-year
member and advanced pilot in the squadron.
"I think she is doing a good job."


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Spring is here, signaling the start of south Florida's dive
season. If your equipment has been hibernating in a corer of
the garage for the last fourmonths, now's the time to get ready
for your next dive before you jump on the boat.

Chances are, you haven't looked at your gear since it was
last washed and stored away, so there's a good possibility that
maintenance, repair or parts replacement is needed.

Inspection
Remember to inspect your gear carefully. Check your
mask, fins and snorkel. Any straps or parts that are broken,
dry-rotted or show excessive wear should be replaced now.
Buy extra straps to keep as an emergency spare.

Does the mask lens show any defects? Visible cracks or
chips mean it's time for a new one.

No separation should exist around the mouthpiece of
your snorkel. Make sure snorkel bits are not torn and that the
snorkel ring is intact, with no cracks or visible rot.

The heel straps of your fins should also be crack-free. If
you're not sure about the straps, play it safe and replace them
anyway. If you use full-footed fins, check for splits and tears.

Have you gained a few pounds (or more) over the winter?
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an inflator hose, make sure it's working properly. If your
compensator has a CO-2 cartridge, make sure you have a
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Knowing when to call in a professional
Scuba tanks should be visually inspected once a year by
a qualified dive shop. This is your greatest insurance against
tank corrosion and contamination.
In addition, tanks should be hydrostatic tested once every
five years. Required by law, the test measures the strength of
the tank walls underpressure to determine the effectiveness of
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Most important, don't go in the
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If your tanks have been stored full of air for more than two
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Regulators, which are exposed to a wide variety of
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collect inside and freeze working parts. Carbon dust, chlori-
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Even if your regulator has been stored in a cool, dry place,
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form hard, crusty deposits, which also go unnoticed because
the damage is happening inside and is not visible.

You should check the dial face of your pressure and depth
gauges for signs of water leakage or interior corrosion. Attach
a regulator to the tank and turn on the air while watching the
pressure gauge. You should find that the needle indicator
moves smoothly as the air pressure increases.


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Check the hose fitting at both ends for cracks.

Most important, don't go in the water if your equipment
is not performing the way it did the day you bought it. It's
better to be safe than to discover a few potential equipment
failures once you're underwater.


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By HANK JONES
Waterfront News Writer
Frogmen were the first of the breed.
Soon after came SEALS, equipped to travel
under the sea, on the water's surface,in the air
and finally in space.
SEALs are a small but exclusive branch
of the Navy, a volunteer service with a stiff
set of requirements.
The eight-year old UDT SEAL Museum,
located on A1A in Fort Pierce, commemo-
rates this elite group. Staffed and served by
former SEALs and their supporters, tours are
open to the public.
Visitors will find films that record the
history of the SEALs, photographs and art
work, including an AE. "Bean" Backus mu-
ral.

Troops have seen com-
bat in North Africa, Sicily
and Normandy during
European theater opera-
tions in World War II ...
In the summer of 1943, Navy Combat
Demolitiontnitsiegan training atFortPierce,
close to the site of today's museum.

Lt. Cdr. Draper Kauffman was the
founder of the SEAL contingent, known at
-Abtime as Navy Combat Demolition Units
(NCDT)and-frerunnersoftoday'sSEALs.
Original Frogmen had not been swim-
mers. The teams were dropped from small
boats a distance off the beach wading or
struggling through the sea as much as a few
thousand yards. Their job was to reconnoiter
the beach, learning of enemy defenses, and to


Photo/courtesy of the UDT-SEAL Museum
The UDT-SEAL Museum sits on the site in Fort Pierce where the first Frogmen trained


in the early 1940s.

embellish information provided by some-
times skimpy charts.

Frogmen wore full uniforms as they
slogged ashore with battle gear, including
rifles and helmets.
NCDUs were conceived specifically for
the invasion of Normandy but their advan-
tages quickly became obvious. Underwater
demolition teams evolved, and ultimately
SEALs became the official designation.
Training of the initial NCDUs began in
the summer of 1943 at Fort Pierce.
So strenuous is the indoctrination, about
70 percent of SEAL volunteers drop out
during training. In one case, an entire class of
prospective SEALS resigned from the train-
ing program en mass.


That's not much of a shock, considering
that a candidate can expect no more than six
hours ofcumulative sleep during "Hell Week,"
according to Kevin Dockery, a volunteer at
the SEALs Museum.

Conditions mimic the kind of stresses
that mightbe encountered during actual com-
bat, he said.
Sea, air and land are the three elements
from which the acronym SEAL evolved, for
no missions in space have yet been executed
or devised.
Most recently, during the Gulf war,
SEAL contingents were deployed to deacti-
vate mines and neutralize offshore installa-
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awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor
for heroism in the face of enemy action, and
a second SEAL also won the nation's highest
honor for rescuing a Congressional Medal of
Honor winner.
During the Korean conflict, SEALs went
behind enemy, lines to blow up bridges and
disrupt enemy transportation and troop move-
ments.

Troops have seen combat in North Af-
rica, Sicily and Normandy during European
theater operations in World War II, as well as
in the Pacific from Borneo to Okinawa.
At Omaha and Utah beaches, Normandy,
NCDU units were among the first to land and
suffered 40 percent casualties.
The museum contains examples of as-
sault boats and some of the defenses SEALs
have been called on to destroy.

Todays SEALs study the offshore and
create maps for the use of assault troops.
Swimmers detonate mines and also destroy
enemy shipping.
During the early days of NASA's space
program, SEALs were the recovery teams
jumping into the ocean from helicopters to
secure and recover space capsules and the
returning astronauts.

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Phone: (407) 595-1570.
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By JENNIFER HEIT
Waterfront News Writer
It's a menu only a diehard landlubber could resist.
Crunchy grouper. Baked cracked conch. Dolphin Caesar
salad and barbecue shrimp.
There's the semi-exotic too, like shark on a bun. If the
shark supply proves plentiful, restaurant owner Hugh Ganter
figures he'll move at least 2,500 servings at the upcoming
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival.
"They go into a feeding frenzy," says Ganter, whose
Lighthouse Point establishment, Seafood World, will
participate in both the Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach
Seafood events.
"They're more likely to order shark on a bun than fish
and chips, because you can get fish and chips everyday,
Ganter says."


About 50,000 people will attend both annual festivals,
-which takes place on different weekends along two different
bodies of water.
Fort Lauderdale's event, located along the New River,
is scheduled April 8 to April 10, with festival-goers having
about 40 different seafood specialties to choose from, said
Celeste Walther, spokesperson for the Fort Lauderdale
festival.
Some local restaurants manning booths include the
Whale's Rib, Abby Road, Bahama Mama's, the Log Cabin
and the Mai-Kai.
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for the historical society, Walther said.
This year, proceeds will help pay for the expansion of
the Society's current facilities into a historic village to be
located on Riverwalk from Soutwest Second Ave north to
Southwest Second Street.
Pompano' Beach's 10th event takes April 22 to April
24 along the beach. The traditional artificial reef will be
sunk by the Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo a 160-foot
Naval range support boat.
Fort Lauderdale Seafood Festival
When: Friday, April 8, 5 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, April 9,
11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, April 10, 12 to 8 p.m.
Where: Bubier Park, located along the New River, at
the foot of the Andrews Avenue Bridge.
Admission: $2 per person. Children 10 and under
admitted free. Proceeds benefit the Fort Lauderdale
Historical Society and Museum.
Food Prices: From $2 to $5.
Entertainment: Musical entertainment and a "Blast to
the Past Living History Area" will be available to partici-
pants. Demonstrations, reenactments and other activities
will be featured.
For more information call (305) 463-4434.

Pompano Beach Seafood Festival
When: Friday, April 22, 5 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, April
23, 11 am. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, April 24,
Where: Held along the beach between Atlantic
Boulevard and the Pompano Beach Fishing Pier.
Entertainment: Music, arts and crafts to be displayed
on the beach.
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your favorite restaurant, let us know by
calling (305) 524-9450.

Broward County-
*15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St.,
ICW, Fort Lauderdale, 6209 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.
SCherrystones, 125 North Riverside Dr.,
Pompano Beach, Sands Harbor Marina,
360' dock, 6' low tide. 946-3005 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's Riverside Grill, 125 Riverside Dr.,
Pompano Beach, ICW, 200' dock, 4' draft
low tide. 941-2499.
*Joe Sonken's Gold Coast, 606 N. Ocean
Dr., Hollywood. 923-4000; ICW, 700' dock,
takes boats up to 140'.
*La Marina, Mariott Hotel & Marina, 1881
SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 6' low
tide, up to 65'. Call ahead for space. 527-
6781.
*Le Tub: 1100 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood,
ICW; about 150' dock, 5' draft low tide.
Call 921-9425.
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. 923-5444.1ow
tide
*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.
*RJ.'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.
*Roadhouse Grill, 3300 E. Commercial
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; ICW, renovated
260' dock with bumpers; 10-12' draft low
tide. 772-3777.
*Ruffys, 2300 North Ocean Dr., Holly-
wood, ICW, 20 slips, 16' beam, about 4'
draft low tide. 920-0600.
*Rustic Inn, 4331 Ravenswood Road,
Fort Lauderdale, 200' dock, 3' draft, boats
under 30' only. 584-1637.
*SeaFair, A1A & 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 Lauder-
dale, ICW, 350' dock shared with Bootleggors,
8' draft low tide. 305 566-2855.
*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.
3777.
*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.


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Replacing Easter ham with herb-garnished pork roast


By NANCY LYONS
Waterfrot News Cdtst
Maybe you're tired of the predictable Easter dinner
that never changes from one year to the next. But, hey,
its tradition and you don't want to venture too far from
the norm.
So here's a slight variation that sticks to custom.
Instead of the usual honey-baked ham, I place before you
bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin surrounding a fruity
apple stuffing center. It has all the ambience of a big
family dinner with just a slight twist. And if there's just a
few of you at dinner, a roast is especially easy to store.
For side dishes try rice, accented with some chopped
scallion and a tablespoon of lemon juice. Baby carrots
and a dish of apple sauce also round out the meal nicely.
Boneless Pork Tenderloin
1 1/2 pounds pork tenderloin
4 to 6 slices bacon cut in half


Apple Fennel Stuffing
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 onion finely chopped
3/4 cup finely chopped fennel or celery
2 apples unpeeled and shredded
1 tablespoon red currant jelly
1/2 teaspoon fennel seeds
1/4 cup bread crumbs
Salt and pepper to taste
Melt butter in a large saucepan and saute onion and fennel
for about three minutes or until slightly tender. Stir in shredded
apples, jelly, fennel seeds and salt and pepper. Cook about five
minutes, until apples are tender and most of the liquid has
evaporated. Remove from heat and stir in bread crumbs.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Slice tenderloin lengthwise, being careful not to cut all the
way through. Open meat like a book and lightly pound between
sheets of wax paper.
Spread stuffing on cut sides of tenderloin. Next, fold


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narrow ends of meat into stuffing and fold sides together.
Now wrap bacon slices around outside of tenderloin and
secure. Place on rack in roasting pan.
Bake in preheated oven for about 45 to 50 minutes,
remembering that the meat does not have to be well done
and can actually have a pink center.
Garnish roast with fresh fennel, if available. At only
about 320 calories a serving, it's quite a dieter's bargain.
Serves six.
Next, we have a couple of desserts that should also
work well at the holiday dinner table. Pick one, or if you're
hardworking and have the time, serve both. Your guests are
sure to enjoy.
First, here's a slightly lighter version of an old classic.
Strawberry Brulee
2 pints strawberries
1 cup whipping cream
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons dry sherry
1/4 cup brown sugar
Slice berries thickly and arrange on bottom of small,
shallow oven-proof dish. Beat cream until thick, then beat in
lemon juice, sherry and sugar.
Spread mixture on top of berries and chill for about one
hour. Just before serving, sprinkle brown sugar over cream
and place under preheated broiler until brown sugar cara-
melizes. This will only take minutes so watch that the sugar
does not burn.
Serves four.
Peaches Mimi
7 to 8 ripe peaches
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 cups whipping cream
3/4 cup brown sugar
Slice fruit in thick slices and arrange on bottom of
shallow, oven-proof dish. Beat cream until thick, adding
lemon juice. Spread on fruit.
Cover dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least
eight to 10 hours, or even overnight. Just before serving,
sprinkle brown sugar. Place under preheated broiler for
about two minutes or until sugar caramelizes.
Serves six.
Nancy Lyons is a professional chef currently cruising
Central America.


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U.S. & Metric bending dies to 5".
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800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
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Beeper: 468-8803.


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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
Mecchanical or Electrical on Inboard,
Outboard, I/O Outdrive Repairs.
Office: 783-4966 = Beeper: 422-4935
R&R BRIGHTWORK
Keep your boat & home looking good.
Varnishing, Teak, Paint and Wax.
Call Roland 722-1845.
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. 305-527-1605
Christine Davis Flags, PO 22303, FtL 33335

WORK FLOATS FOR RENT
Delivered, extremely stable design. Keeps
you at water level. Great for painting &
repairs. S20/day Call 467-1229
USED & 'FACTORY SECONDS' yacht davits
for onboard use. Various sizes, lifting
capacities & voltages avail. Installation
Service, Repair. Factory Trained/Authorized.
Call Dick for details at 305-565-6038.
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.
ALARM YOUR BOATI Exclusive deck sensor
by Aqua Pro waterproof controls 922-2888
CRUISING COUPLE will take good care of
your boat while you are up north weekly,
monthly rates (USCG License) 525-5415
EXPERT DOCK/HOME REPAIRS- reasonable,
licensed. insured. Call 426-5241.

Sanding = Varnish = Stain
Woodwork
By Ann Gilreath
2 years with recommendations
Cleaning: In/Out
Home Phone: 1305-887-4637
Beeper: 1-305886-9634
Messages:1-305559-0373



TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service parts All makes. 764-6192
SPECIALTECHNICOLDO 16,000 BTU air
conditioning, S.S. construction, 2-year
warranty. $1395. Call 764-6192.
CRUISAIR Authorized refrig & A/C sales
& service a Sun Power Diesel 522-4775


CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
Call 781-1970
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486
CARIBBEAN CUSTOM CANVAS- all marine
canvas- From biminis to whatever? Call my
mobile canvas truck at 305 942-4211.
Ft Lauderdale Boca.


KENNEDY YACHT & HOME


Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & repair from couches to
enclosures. No job too big or too small!ll
Guaranteed the Best Prices & Work. Beeper:
657-8623 -Free Est- Office: 832-9443



CARPETS by Ray- 40 yrs exp in custom
marine service. Sold & installed by same
master mechanic. Call 583-4067.
CUSTOM MARINE CARPET installations. We
Install what we sell with a full line of
Stainmaster & indoor/Outdoor carpet. Get
personalized service & skip the middle man!
Call Bill or Mike 305-657-5314.




GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE-
'custom wash & wax, teak cleaning
& oiling, varnishing. Weekly & bi-
monthl servi.Call 305-781-686W1.

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.
VARNISHING & AWLGRIP BOAT REPAIR &
Refinishing work done carefully at your
dock. Call for free estimate. 467-3061

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YACHT CAPTAIN- 150-ton lic. Power & Sail,
all areas, charters & deliveries, excel'nt refs.
Capt Ed Wiser. 979-3530
LICENSED CAPTAIN- Reliable,
competent, with strong mechanical skills
avail for power or sail deliveries. 523-6771.
Retired LCDR NAVY wants deliveries Maine
to Mexico. Can go anytime. Call 305-427-
9553. Let's meet and discuss. Captain Les.

WINDSONG YACHT DELIVERY
For the painless path to the Caribbean
Call us, then your travel agent. Low rates,
outstanding service.
809-771-2600 Fax=809-774-8204


YACHTS Power/Sail
100-ton Master

Careful Deliveries
&MalMntance
SFrom ChcagooCuracao
CaptDon Moler
University Grad. Instructor
Pilot-Dlver-Radar Cert.
25yrs Exp
For free brochure
Call (305)938-0564





DIVER DAVE
Complete underwater maintenance
bottom cleaning, props changed.
Office 963-6325 Beeper 546-7765
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DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props.Shafts-Zincs-Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days. Phone #(305) 922-6089

HULL-TEX Complete underwater boat
maintainence. Navy diver. Ucensed/Ins.
7 days. Call Jeff 305-931-3635.
GALAPAGOS DIVERS- props & shafts Cutlass
bearings changes. Mechanical work- diesel
engines. Beeper: 996-6426
FREE: In^*^^-water bot
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SILVERADO

INTERNATIONAL, Inc.
Yacht Documentation
Specializing in:
U.S. & Foreign Yacht Documentation:
Florida, Delaware, Isle of Man,
Luxembourg, Cayman,
Gilbraltar, B.V.I., etc.
* Corporate Yacht Ownership
* Registration Management
* Insurance Incorporations
* Trust Formation Asset Protection
Member: MIASF & Super Yacht Society
1975 East Sunrise Blvd -5th Floor
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304
(305)462-1401.537-3631
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AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job
too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.
ATTWATER MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service, Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewiring & Euro Conversions 305-463-4749
CERTIFIED MARINE ELECTRICAL
TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR, DOCKSIDE
SERVICE, EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONS.
305-564-4412.

JERSEY TECHNICAL SERVICES, Inc.
Affordable a Professional
Wiring S Troubleshooting
Electronicsa-nstallation
European/U.S. Systems etc.
(305)462-8121=beep=466-2612




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 Beeper- 231-0147
QUALITY BOAT LETTERING GOLD
LEAFING. Reliable service with satisfaction
guaranteed. Claudia 920-0533=587-7801eve
A ALL RIGHT SIGNS 581-2777






BOAT NAMEkf
AND GRAPHICS
Ealy installed; trendsetting;
with a UFEIIME guarantee!
MaKenzie Oerting 2640 S. Bayshore Dr.
Miami *(305) 856-5073 or (800) 359-1423




DOCK PILE restoration. Save your wooden
dock economically. Call Dan 462-7403.

ERODED WOOD

OR CONCRETE

PILES CAN BE -
ECONOMICALLY

HmtSlOHD TO

LAST FOR

MANY YEARS

GUARANTEED


CALL PAPWORTH IND.
COLLECT FT. LAUD.
305 525-7411
FOR COMPLETE DATA
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 7.



DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud.
DIESEL marine mech after hours 525-5506



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


PARTS & SIGNS on Davie Blvdl 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.
Seager. Tel 791-8628.
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rowe at 792-6092
ANSTEY & PRICE, Inc.- marine surveyors. All
types surveys power & sail.
Call David Price at 305-463-6946.
DIESEL ENGINE SURVEY, oil analysis,
troubleshoot & repair. Power/sail Diesel
Tech 564-4412 #1 service
RHODES MARINE SURVEYORS &
CONSULTANTS Inc. Mark Rhodes, Mike
Rhodes, Ed Stanton. Buyers, insurance &
evaluation. Power & sail.
Call 946-6779 or 946-6671.
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick Williamson
407-272-1053 = 800-329-1053
C&J MARINE SURVEYORS INC.
Pre-purchase, Insurance.
Call Jim Sanislo 800-954-660fi


CLARKE Marine Surveyors
ALL MARINE SURVEYS
305-792-5919 Consultant pg 305-897-5756


MARINE SURVEYOR & Naval Architect, sail &
cower buyerlinsurance FR Forte 92 1


INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL
Surveyed for all major marine ins co's
D. Brizendine, MS 524-8661.

MARINE SURVEYS & CAPTAIN
SERVICES
SAIL a POWER a DIESEL a GASOLINE
MOONRAKER MARINE, Inc
Captain Larry Loyd
(305) 451-2135
AL VIRELLI MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase
surveys, finance appraisals & insurance
valuations. SAIL & POWER 983-4540



MIAMI- Custom canvas, cushions & repairs.
Call 305-285-9729
KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & repair from couches to
enclosures. No job too big or too small!!!
Guaranteed the Best Prices & Work. Beeper:
657-8623 -Free Est- Office- 832-9443


See BED MATES page 10


HOME BEAUTIFUL
DECOR FABRICS
FABRIC STORE
SNOW OPFN


AT FACTORY OUTLET PRICES
including
The latest designer and exclusive patterns
from Waverly, Westgate, Kravet and many
other companies
Upholstery -Draperies-Refinishing

HOME BEAUTIFUL
440 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301

764-4070


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.


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 Tigertall 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.
GENERAL YACHT CARPENTERS
& CONTRACTORS
Wood Fiberglass Plastic Aluminium Stainless
Concept Design Fabrication
Installation *
Your Satisfaction our Priority
GYC 524-1119


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Fine Yacht Carpentry I
Teak decks |
(Cusloina cabinetry
Mica amnd Plexiglass winrk
Highest quality
Competitive rates
Ship Shape Marine
Call Gondoln 764-2285
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STEAM PRO CARPET CARE-
Carpet & Uphol cleaning: Home & Marine.
For soeclal prices call 305-587-0187.
See waterfront home service business cards
on previous page.




CLEANING: Homes, offices, boats- any area,
c.xe work. reasonable. Call 305-781-1334.


STEAM PRO CARPET CARE-
Carpet & Uphol cleaning: Home & Marine.
For special prices call 305-587-0187.


DETAIL CLEANING home/officesdependable.
Free estimate. Call 764-8537abpr=896-6266




DOCK PILE restoration. Save your wooden
dock economically. Call Dan 462-3179.




Caring mother will provide childcare in my
Miramar home. Lots of fun & learning
References, large fenced yard, meals
Included, reasonable rates. 305-961-4963




SAILOR's CPA a We'll prepare your taxes,
pay your bills & offer complete financial
services including forwarding mail &
collecting accts. Receivables. Call (305)564-
9382 or write Jennifer J Hume CPA-PA
PO Box 11700, Ft Laud 33339-1700


RELIABLE
Turf/Trees,
Maint. Cuts


LANDSCAPE SERVICES
Com/Res. Prof Installation &
$10 & up. Free Est. 524-3338


RICH BEERS MARINE has openings for
service technician to Install & service
marine refrigeration & AC 764-6192.
LAS OLAS ISLES LANDLORD seeks
Individual with boat to manage a 8-unit & 4-
unit property & perform minor repairs in
return for free dockage. No pets. 523-9758
PRIVATE YACHT MAINTENANCE- mate
wanted complete care for 42' sail must
have year round res;, car; phone references
required Pay $12-15/hour 18-20 hrs/wk
taxes taken out must be able to wk U.S. Call
Chuck days=525-3510 eve=463-6327. Las
Olas area. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F.
HEADHUNTER- now taking applications for
field engineers 305-581-6996
P/T, F/T DETAILERS- exp. w/high speed
buffer. Good pay. Diver for bottom cleaning,
own transportation. 781-7447


LOOKING FOR CREW- Capt-Owner 45' sail
boat departing Ft Laud. May 1 for P.R. via
Bahamas -Contact Capt Ernie 305-463-4329
or write: PO Box 7434. Ft Laud. FL 33338.
CREW WANTED for 42' sailboat departing Ft
Laud. Late May for Maryland. Offshore exp
desired. Call Don 305-467-0508
NJ-NY bound 58' motor yacht.
Leave April-May. Free to one or two exp.
hands. Call (305)525-5506.
CAPT WANTED- fulltime seasonal. 522-7640

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





PARTNER WANTED for marina or waterfront
restaurant. Write to: 1550 NW 110th Ave,
#355: Plantation. FL 33322.
CHARTER BOAT WANTED for 10-yr est
charter company in the Keys. 37-42' center
cockpit sailboat in good repair. Must have
less than 4.5' draft & 12.5' beam. Contact
Capt Witt, Witt's End Charters, Key Largo.
305-451-3354.
DRIVE MY CAR to North Jersey $100 + gas
paid. Between April 15-May 15. 771-2699.





WANTED- a used PITCHING MACHINE &
BATTING CAGE in good cond. 485-0164








AVID SAILOR- vibrant, feminine, 55+ for
perm adventure w/no smoke gent w/large
power or sailboat ready to go.
Call 407-276-3709.
SUCCESSFUL MALE seeks un-spoiled slender
lady 30-40 to travel & cruise the Caribbean.
Financially secure, good looking, easy-going,
late 50's, 6', 170 Ibs. don't smoke or do bar
scene. Let's talk.
Call (305)454-4908 or (305)852-4958
LOOKING FOR MALE/FEMALE to sail the
world on 47' sailboat who can work any-
where & survive. 522-8228 msg for Robbie
Place a personal ad in Waterfront News.
We reach affluent, well-traveled boaters
looking for that special someone.

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WIGGINS MARINA BULL fork & travel lifts.
Buy&sell.Gregg Lift Co 904-699-0962
USED BOOKS...
1907 Hollywood Blvd. 922-2466
BUY SELL TRADE
50% OFF ALL MARINE
BATTERIES
(Muad n ho USA)
ULL TYPES MARINE BATTERIES AVAILABLE.
CALL TONY (305) 325-1367
NORTHSTAR GPS interface w/Loran800
$385 JOHNSON 8hp'92 $895-Windsfr $45
Call 524-1615.
READ's SAILMAKER SEWING MACHINE,
Stream-Stay roller furling, 2 Crosby holding
plates & parts, 2 heads. ConstaVolt 30A
charger 305-527-4046
Red parachute, meteor FLARES. 467-1229.


WANT TO BUY your nice older car 760-4550
'69 AUSTIN (American MG) runs well, many
new arts. Call 463-7769


3 691 LINCOLN 4-door min 769


'54 OLDS SUPER 88 sedan, runs good.
$1800 obo. Call 305-525-9137 anytime.




CHA1RT-SAVINGS OF
70% & MORE
Caribbean, Med., South Pacific, Etc.
Sample Chart $2.00
17 Years Quality Service
FREE INDEX & PRICE LIST
BELLINGHAM CHART
PRINTERS
(800) 643-3900
Fax (206) 468-3939
P.O. Box 1728 W.
Friday Harbor. WA 98250
WHITBREAD ROUND-THE-WORLD RACE
charts- large 24"x36" laminated for grease
pencil. $11.95. Larger 36"x54" laminated
wall chart. $29.95. BLUEWATER BOOKS &
CHARTS 1481 SE 17 St. Ft Lauderdale,
Southport Shopping Center. 305-763-6533.
Visa.M/C.Amex. 9-6 Mon-Sat.




USED & 'FACTORY SECONDS' yacht davits
for onboard use. Various sizes, lifting
capacities & voltages available.
Call Dick for details at 305-565-6038.




DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft I aud
OUTBOARD SEAGULL 5HP- reverse -Low
Hrs. Needs coil. 463-7769



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should be your's.
Call Waterfront News
today at
305-524-9450.
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KOHLER-ONAN-WESTERBEKE4NORTHERN LIGHTS
Dockside service & installation. Used gens.
24-hour emergency road service.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724
TRACE inverter & 140 amp alternator. Rich
Beers Marine distributor 764-6192


A Fast

Full

Charge!

Water cooled diesel produces 120 Amps DC. All
electricstart/stop. 30"x 16"x 16", 150pounds. $2595.00
Ample Power Company
1150 NW 52ndSt., Seattle WA 98"107
(206) 789-5758, 800-541-7789, a x (206) 789-9003




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


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New & Used SURPLUS SAILS 1100+
mains, jibs, genoas, spinnakers & storm sails
& furling systems. Buy-Sell-Trade.
Atlantic Sail Traders
(813)351-6023 (813)957-1391.
PO Box 12313. Sarasota FL 34278
RIGGING FULL SERVICE
.Spars, Electronic & Hydraulic Sailing
Equipment, Service & Installation.
McSORLEYs RIGGING
1412 S Andrews Ft I aud (305)522-4208
See Sailmaster/Thomas Bell Sails ad pg 2.




ALL AMERICAN TOOL CO. is ready to serve
the marine community. Our lines include:
PORTER CABLE, HITACHI, AEG, MAKITA,
DELTA & JET equipment.
Open 6 days, fast delivery. 525-TOOL




New ocean KAYAKS from $550. 673-5400.
FACTORY DIRECT NEW 8' fiberglass
dinghies $495. Bare hull $250 Ph 791-2552
8-FOOT. easy to lift Like new 463-7769
ZODIAC MODEL CADET 310 -%10'2", like new
$765. Call 942-2846.




70 42 CRIS FCMY twin 427 full hardtop
curtains VHF Hail pepth sync. 65 Onan 2AC
new int. eng 93 Clen $49,000 obo 2 boat
own. Call 905-371-4466.
16' 1974 MFG bowrider, 70HP Merc OB,
newly reblt, trailer, bimini, runs great
$1350. Call 321-0507.
20' Italian-Built MAHOGANY RUN-A-BOUT
Riva-style. needs restoration. 305-438-7253
19' CUDDY CABIN- 100hp Evinrude & trlr
$2700. Call 791-2552.

We Buy Boats
Any size, type, condition
including damaged or sunken.
Capt. Ed Wiser
979-3530 M


Ohana Yachting Center
introduces
The Florida YachtLease Program
We Can Make Your Boat Payments-
While You Enjoy Your Boat!
For details call:
(305) 522-8353

The Smart Way To Enjoy Boating





37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192.
36' MOTOR SAILOR CUSTOM needs some
work on cabin roof. 30hp SAAB diesel. Exlnt
Ivbd. Located: Old Slip Marina. $10,000 obo.
Heck of deal. 210-943-4723 name Nova
25' CATALINA- 1983, Bimini top & sail cover
with 1990 9.9 Yamaha 4-stroke outboard
$5500 obo. Day=792-3604=eve=584-1316
SLOOP-rigged 1969 Grand Banks Motorsail
50' needs TLC $80,000.
Call Billy 524-7104 or 427-8209
56' PILOTHOUSE KETCH built Germany
Beautiful Oak-on-Oak Around world twice
room on deck for 30 people 120 Lugger
12kw Gen. A/C watermkr. 48-mi Radar
Weatherfax Presently Insured for $100k
owner must sell New Sails 407-997-4031
15'SAIL BUG Multipurpose sail ski fish
camper No-tilt flat bottom. Bright green
hull striking sail graphic. Incl trlr. Only
$1900. Call 941-3857.




FULLY STAFFED YACHTS sail & power
world wide! Call Tom Collins 673-5400
34' TRAWLER $150/day w/ captain. Well
equipped. Daily/weekly; fishing/diving/
cruising: local/Keys/Bahamas. 305-525-1512.
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.
TWIN ENGINE AIRCRAFT with Pilot/Yacht
Capt available, Islands or US. 899-1313
The Ultimate Getaway...
Charter Your Own Private Yacht!
Fully Crewed or Bareboat Charters
Florida Keys & Bahamas Cruises
d Week Charters to the Bahamas &X
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4 Snorkling 4 Parties
CRUZAN YACHT CHARTERS, INC
P.O. Box 53 Coconut Grove, FL 33133
(305) 858-2822 (800) 628-0785





TWIN ENGINE AIRCRAFT with Pilot/Yacht
Capt available, Islands or US. 899-1313


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


CENTRAL BROWARD docks run from
McNab Road south to Port Everglades


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


HILLSBORO INLET- new 100' dock wide
turning basin, no traffic. Wtr/elec, security
lights no Ivbds Call 782-0107
POMP up to 60' mins to inlet e/w 782-2205
POMPANO- up to 40' sailboat. No Ivbd, no
fxd bridges. $225/mo. Call 941-2717.
HILLSBORO'INLET- 80' dock, turning basin,
nD traffic Wtr/elec No Ivbd 946-2662
EXPERT DOCK/HOME REPAIRS- reasonable,
licensed, insured. 426-5241
Lighthouse Pt- up to 40' no Ivbd 427-5403
PompBch- 80' dock. Wide canall 4 blocks
north of Atlantic Blvd protected area. No
Ivbd. Min boat size 40'. Call 305-943-4758.



Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable phone. pool laundry 523-2156
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. $445/mo yrly. $525/mo seasonal.
$325/m yrly storage 523-9758 ask for John


LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE a Call 779-7211
sample dockside parking a close to
downtown a no fixed bridges a phone &
cable avail = nuiet = shady = adult = annual


VILLA VENEZIA & AQUA MAR DOCKS- up to
50'. Shwr RmsPoolSun DeckaCable
TV=BBO=Security=Laundry. 779-2818.
RIVER VISTA- no fxd brdg, no Ivbd, H20/
elec Secure reasonable rates 761-1191


NEAR LAUD YACHT CLUB- ocean access, 3
min, 240v, water, telephone, (experienced
Caretaker available). John 523-7007
eves/462-7230 .


OFF NEW RIVER- to 60' locked fenceaphone
12v=lights=H20Oelec=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, pump out
station. no pets. Call 524-4430.
LAUDERDALE ISLES Deep water, ocean
access. No liveaboards. 791-5906.
Sailboats up to 45' ok
LAS OLAS ISLES Lvbd & storage, max 46',
18' bearm. Boaters' lounge, bthrm, shwr,
pool, parking no fxd brdg, apts avail.
Call 305-728-9246 = 305-771-3059.
LVBD to 43'- $235/mo. H20 & elec incl.
Good hurricane hole North Fork 522-6716
ACROSS FROM Beautiful new Riverwalk Park
from 20'-200'. Uve/work on board or long
term storage. Ft Laud. Call 522-4775.
HENDRICKS ISLE legal liveaboard, laundry,
showers, bathroom all indoors. Boaters'
lounge Shady park-like setting 895-6872
WEEKLY/MONTHLY ISLE OF VENICE
Call 599-2821.
: FT LAUDERDALE- DEEPWATER
Any size boat, secure, landscaped,
water/electric no live on Call 327-9839.
HENDRICKS ISLE up to 48' liveaboard
showers, toilet, laundry. BBQ deck from
$375. Seasonal or annual. Call 462-0041.
FT. LAUD. docks mins to ocean. Safe,
secure. Sailboat to 36'$200/mo. 763-1613


HENDRICKS ISLE east side, Ivbd up to
48'. Contract pump out service avail. Must
have holding tank. Lovely-$10.50/sq ft.
Elec/Wtr incl + 6% FL Tax. 305-522-5644
161 Isle of Venice (305) 463-6300
Deepwater dockage up to 50'. Hot shower,
laundry room, cable, non-liveaboards $450.
Liveaboards $475.
COMMERCIAL OR PLEASURE dock space up
to 50' at Lauderdale Surf Marina 425 AtA.
305-522-7572
DEEPWATER docks off ICW near Pier 66 up
4O nfn, f 35 0 Pcr/m Brn*ard 7C4A6C997


DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
NICE LIVEABOARD SPACE- no bridges to
ICW, up to 50' includes tennis court.
$350/mo + elec Refs Req. Call 922-3224
EXPERT DOCK/HOME REPAIRS- reasonable,
licensed insured 426-5241


DANIA- 50' dock no bridnue. Ph 923-0739.


See THUNDERBOAT MARINA page 25.


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u u ,,u,,, oUi,, i wa, .- NICE LIVEABOARD SPACE- no bridges to
5 mins to PORT EVERGLADES- sailboats to I u t 5 inc nni r.
ICW, up to 50' includes tennis court.
42' Broker boats show well. Call 463-2533.
$350/mo .+ elec Refs Ren Call 922-3224


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Las Olas 65'. no Ivbd H20/elec 467-8554
MARINA BAY- 30' to 100'. Pool, tennis,
laundry, restaurant, security, cable tv.
Liveaboards say it's the best! 791-7600
LAS OLAS ISLES- to 36', electric/Water
included. Parking, secure, long stay
required No Ivbd. Call 462-4178
OFF NEW RIVER- deepwater, safe/secure,
water/elec, to 32', no fxd brdg, no Ivbd.
$150/mo. 523-6771
DEEPWATER DOCK nr 17 Street bridge up
to 40' w/water & cower $250/mo 761-1472
OFF NASSAU LANE- 50' dock available 220
elec Private quiet secure Call 797-7160
FT LAUDERDALE- prime location opposite
Bahia Mar Yacht Basin. Liveaboard, all
utilities, laundry, pool, parking.
Available choice of 20 lux. waterfront apts.
Daily maid service Call 522-0011.
DEEPWATER- up to 70', 1/2 block to ICW.
Call 764-6086 = beeper=875-4798.
LAS OLAS ISLES So. Side- to 50'. No Ivbd.
Elec/Water prefer sail $200/m 467-7740
LAS OLAS- pvt quiet secure to 40' elec
water. No liveaboard $250. Call 763-6178
HENDRICKS ISLE slip to 50' Ivbd, shower,
laundry & BBQ $350/m = season $450
305-779-1134

ON RIVER- Arts Center -
deepwater 12' wide, 50'. No
Ivbd, very secure, no public
access. $300/mo. 768-9245

NORTH FORK of NEW RIVER- Lvbd $400
plus security includes: water/elec, pool,
parking, secure walled estate. No sailboats.
Call 760-9694*980-7794.
LAS OLAS ISLES LANDLORD seeks
individual wth boat to manage a 8-unit & 4-
unit property & perform minor repairs in
return for free dockage No pets 523-9758
HENDRICKS IS- private dock, no slip, lovely
view. holding tank req. Util inc. 781-1562
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE water/electricity.
No fixed bridges Call 941-5725
DOCK SPACE 80' slip mins to ocean off
oiRl Rd rd1i l 1 0 8Q-9171


ORANGE ISLE-ist dock off New River.
Elec/wtr to 75' quiet. Call 305-525-0960.
NFB DEEPWATER up to 40'. Wtr, elec,
light. No Ivbd. Call 305-566-9057


CITRUS ISLES- deepwater, no fxd bridges,
water elec 45 ft ok Call 305-467-3817
LAS OLAS ISLES prf SAIL 0o Ivbd 523-0101
EXPERT DOCK/HOME REPAIRS- reasonable,
licensed. Insured. Call 426-5241.
DEEPWATER CANAL on North Fork New
liver- up to 40' no Ivbd Call 524-0372
RIVERLAND off New River. Deepwater up to
70'. Water elec 220 phone cable.
Nightlights. Secure. No Ivbds. 581-2988
RIO VISTA ISLES- perfect dockage, clear
circulating water, min to port, up to 70'. No
Ivbd. $345/mo Call 767-8883.
See HALL OF FAME MARINA page 25.

DOCK YOUR AD HERE.
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MIAMI BCH- private home, secure, deep
beautiful view, up to 45', easy ocean
access. Ivbd ok. wtr/elec. Call 673-0077.
SAIL ONLY- wide Bay with Captain's
Quarters Day 538-4511 = Eve 673-6746
GOLDEN BCH- no fixed brdgs, up to 45',
elec/wtr/shower. No Ivbd. 305-932-4090.



BUY A SHARE OF PARADISE IN MARATHON
Liveaboard slips club house tidal pool
* workshop laundry & more...
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305-522-7572


BOAT STORAGE
We hathebestPricesIn 1mwn!
-UNDERCOVER STORAGE
for boats to 70'
350/foot/day

=HIGH & DRY STORAGE
for boats to 42'
From $90/month

=LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE :
Boats to 45' $350/mo.
46'-65' $400/mo.

-HURRICANE STORAGE.
$10/ft for the season.

CALL BILL JACKSON, Jr.
for free info
(305) 792-4900
JACKSON MARINE CENTER
on New River
1915 SW 21st Ave
Ft Laud., FL 33312


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space up to FT LAUD- Isle of Venice & Victoria Park.
- 425 A1A. Luxury eff's, 1&2 bed apts, newly
renovated. Seasonal/annual docks available.
I Call 305-592-2821 .fax=522-2818.


HENDRICKS ISLE duplex 2-bed/2-bath
Waterfroot view. Call 305-895-6872.
LHP EFF w/dock on dpwtr $575 946-3196
NMB- deepwater, 2/2 furnished w/40' dock.
Call Agent Gall 945-0442.beep=881-2241.


FURN EFF AVAIL April 1 $500/mo. Annual
Cable. Elec included. Call (305)763-2617.


CITRUS ISLES-on water, N.F.B., spacious 2/2,
AC, WD, FL Rm, all tile, private deck, dock
available. Call 792-8324.
LAS OLAS ISLE hotel rm $385/mo $345 +
util yrly. No pets. Pool, spa, waterfront
hotel rm. 523-9758
148 ISLE OF VENICE Halcyon House. 1-
bed/1-bath unfurn yearly w/f, pool, quiet,
BBQ, laundry fac. $725/mo. 463-2396




POMPANO WATERFRONT &OCEANFRONT
1/1 $49,900 beach, pool, dock, shopping
2/2 $79,900 Co-op, pool, dock, beach
2/2 $96,900 dock, pool, security, mint
2/2.5 $148,900 dpwtr twnhse 42' boat
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR
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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.
HOUSE FOR RENT- deepwater ocean-access
canal, 65' dock, 2/2 w/cen A/C & heat.
Large, open, lots of windows, dishwasher,
microwave, W/D, covered garage, fenced
yard. Call 327-9438 leave message.





SPACE FOR LEASE
in our busy BOATYARD

Floating office houseboat

*850' ofdeepwater dockage

*Land space for boats
on trailers

Will divide

Call Patty or Bill Jackson, Jr.
(305)792-4900
Jackson Marine Center
on New River
1915 SW 21st Ave
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312





ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable rates.
Fur 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.
SUPER LOCATION- waterfront apts,
efficiencies.Pool.jacuzzicable*BBQ.laundry
Close to shops & beach. Wk/mo/seasonal.
No pets. Due to cancellation immediate
occupancy. Off Las Olas. Call 463-7067.


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INCOME Property $2750/mo. $$275,000.
409 Hendrick Isle "3 docks/3 units
Drive by Call Bob or John 527-9200
SE POMPANO WATERFRONT 2BR apt
overlooking ocean access canal. Dockage
avail. Central air/heat. Fully furnished move-
in condition. A steal at $57,000.
Harbor Village Properties 305-943-8880
FT LAUD- 3 waterfront units + docks. RIO
VISTA- newly renovated $325,000. Owner
financing. Harbour Realty & Management.
764-3939.
LAUD ISLES- deepwater renovated 3/2.
Shaded by oak trees. Large kitchen tile
counters, breakfast bar, central A/C, new
roof. $169. 000 Call (407)658-9034
NORTH MIAMI BEACH- Eastern Shores. No
bridge to Intracoastal, 3-bed/3-bath. New
kitchen tile floors, 2-car garage, Jacuzzi.
$260k by owner. Possible trade for smaller
house for down payment. Owner financing.
305-947-5789.

SAILBOAT BEND HOME
LARGE 3/2 1/2 with Den
Family Room Eat-in Kitchen
Formal Dining Room
New Construction -1991-
2-car garage Pool
125' River Frontage
Only $299,000.
BARBARA IMHOFF
523-7285
McGee Whiddon Rltrs


DOCK YOUR BOAT AT
THESE AFFORDABLE
DEEPWATER HOMES
NO FIXED BRIDGES
$130,000 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth
$139,900 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth
$169,500 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth/Pool
$174,900 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth
$196,000 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth/Pool
$275,000 ... 3 Bdrm/2 Bth
.$399,000 ... 3-4 Bdrm/2 Bth
MANOTOTHERS- IF I CAN'T FIND THE
RIGHT ON ET YQ l IT DOESN'T EXIST

HERB COLVETT
"The Buyer's Agent"
"Because it's your Money"
SFort Lauderdale W eal Estate
(305) 527-5111
Mobile 332-4759
Voice Pager 528-2135


1 ACRE FRENCH COUNTRY
CHATEAU
Historic Sailboat Bend
close to downtown
116 ft. on New River
4 Bed 4 Bath (guest apt.)
Pool, 2 Car Garage
Privacy Wall
Asking $ 434,000.
CALL
MARNI CANAVAN 763-4091
Prudential Florida Realty


This could be your corner
lot ad in the Waterfront
News reaching over 25,000
waterfront homeowners.
Call 524-9450.


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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


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Central Georgia at Lake Sinclair
CALL (800)285-0971
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ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
MORTGAGE BROKER
S (305) 462-5770


Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate Living and Working on the New River


*OCEAN FRONT LEASE
One of only 49 homes directly on R.
Lauderdales fabulous ocean front. 3 bed 32 bath
contemporary two story design with 2 car garage
and one of the few pools (heated) right on the
sand! $7 000/month..
* ATTN: UILDERS-INVESTORS AND
MARINE RELATED BUSINESSES
Great Deepwater Investment Opportunity-3 lots-
approx. 1/2 acre with 135' of Riverfront and 3
Bed, 1 Bath, Key West Style residence/office.
B-2 & R-3A zoning $349,900.
* 2/2 CONDO W/YOUR OWN DOCK- Great Coral
Ridge location near Bayview schools. Intracoastal
view and deeded dock! Just Reduced $155,000
*RIVERFRONT Watch the yachts go by! 3 Bed,
2 bath just updated. New Kitchen, Master bath,
Cent. A/C Huge Double Lot 100' on River by 250
(approx) Deep-with 100' Dock. $379,000.


* SENSATIONAL RIVER VIEW -100' of riverfront!
charming 3/3 pool home on private approx. 1/2 acre
estate with 100' of deep water on New River & dockage
for large yacht, Just Listed $465,000.
* LUXURY N.E. DEEP WATER TOWNHOUSE- With
deeded dock, 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths plus a loft with
custom wet bar, new carpeting, 2 car garage, deck and
deepwaterdockforupto32'boat.Smallpetsok-$259,900
* UPDATED 3/2 home, white tile throughout, new master
bath wljacuzzi, cent. A/C. $225,000
* HANDYMAN 2 Bdrm Deepwater home. 65' on extra
deep canal. Just listed, $169,900. Offers.
* CITRUS ISLES Just Usted 2 Bed Newer Kitchen, Cent
A/C 60' 9n Deepwater. No Fixed Bridges Canal $184,900.
* DEEPWATER LOTS:
* Luxury waterfront location, 135'(+) X 100' on wide
deepwater canal off S. Fork New River. New seawall,
dock w/electric. $177,000.
* Sailboat Bend 85' Riverfront 2 lots and 1 large dock. Zoned
R-3-A (multi-family/liveaboard). $179,000.


RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES & ANNUAL RENTALS Live on a private island near downtown Fort
Lauderdale on the New Riverl 24 hr. security, tennis, saunas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK*, deep water ocean
access dockage* as available (*owners only).
Studio $45,900 2/2 $89,900
1/1 $51,900 2/2 ..........$99,900
1/1 $52,900 2/2...............RIY ................$117,900
1/1 CONTRACT $56,500 2/2...................RIER..................$122,900
1/1 ,z2 $67,900 2/2................... RI.VER.... .........$124,900
1/1 ,, $69,900 2/2 $125,500
2/1'z CONTRACT $66,500 2/2 ............ ............$129,900
2/1 a $69,900 2/2 $142,900
River Reach rentals also available Annual Leases Call For Details
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT STINGS NEEDED"
Have Qualified Buyersl"
BUYING SELLING FINANCING
WHY WAIT?
CALL TODAY AND LET THE PROVEN PROFESSIONALS WORK FOR YOU!
HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT REFINANCING?
Why not take advantage of today's low interest rates and consider refinancing
your current home. Please call today for a free consultation. We can possibly
save you thousands and/or free up the equity you have in your home
Robert P. Gargano, Licensed Mortgage Broker 462-5770


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FOR FREE BROCHURES ON A VARIETY
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WATER-BASED NEPTUNE II '
ANTIFOULING PAINT
* Neptune II can be cleaned up or thinned without special
chemicals so it's safer for the environment.
* Soft, smooth finish can withstand frequent trailering.
beaching, and launching
* WII not lose its effectiveness out of the water
- Effective against zebra mussels
* Coverage is approx. 400-450 sq ft QUARTS Reg $R2 50 GALLONS Reg 199 95
per gallon24 5 S
* Available in Red, Blue, Black and Green. Sale
Model 4431 Sale ale 8995


Free Refreshments! Meet the Experts!
Start the season with EXTRA SAVINGS at our


OPENING DAY!
One day only! EVENT

Saturday, APRIL 9th


Safer for the Environment!


A West Marine '
"SKIPPER"
CHAIR &
PEDESTAL,
PACKAGE '
A super seating
value exclusively
from West Marine!
Comfortable, durable, easy
to care for, and value
priced!
* 15" high 2 7/8" diameter
anodized pedestal 95
Model 597435


Compare the Quality!


8' West Marine
SEA VOLT
^ ~12V
BATTERIES
SMore charging
cycles-lohger life!
S12 month unconditional. 36 month pro-rata warranty
Resere CCA MCA Minutes Model Reg Sale
Staring 475 635 108 542175 $393495
Group 24 520 635 135 141838 $799995 6


Group27 550 675


160 165951 $89.9 7995


Quality Batteries on Sale!


POWERMATE 12V
ANCHOR WINDLASSES
Style Model Pull
500 357277 750Lb 41500
501 357285 1000Lb 39500
502 357293 750Lb 519""


Easy Anchoring!


GPS75
GLOBAL ...
NAVIGATOR
Fully portable- I
great graphic E
display! i
SMultiTract tracks up to 8 j
satellites Q@
* Dot-mairiA, baclkil graphic -
display
* NMEA data output --
Model 548370 Reg $599 00

Sale 5795
In Stock Now!


BIODEGRADABLE
TISSUE Model Reg.


SINGLE-PLY 120121


$1.95


TWO -PLY 594952 $3.99
Stock Up Now!
: *'


Sale
167

3 49


Seapower
FIBERGLASS
CLEANER/WAX
* Cleans and protects in one step!
* Removes oxidaton and scuffs
PINT-Model 492934749
7


Seapower 2lII,
WASH-N-SHINE A
BOAT CLEANER
FREE! With Purchase of Cleaner/Wax
Model 190504 Reg. $4 70


Buy One Get One FREE!


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GALAXY 6DB,
VHF ANTENNA
Our best quality VHF
antenna
Brass and copper radiators
Urethane coated fiberglass tube
Rugged chromed brass ferrule
Includes 20' of low-loss RG-8X
antenna coax and PL-259
connector
Model 548453
Reg. $89.79 Com

For Clear Communication!


24
HOUR li
SOLAR VENTS
Powered by the sun!
Solar cell charged battery powers fan around


the clock
3 ABS PLASTIC


Model Reg
429381 $121.95


3' STAINLESS 429373 $131.95


4' ABS PLASTIC


386185 $13395


4'STAINLESS 386193 $143.95


Sawe
10905
11895
1201
129 95


No Ship's Power Requiredl
Prices expire 4-24-94 Ref #6.


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(813) 275-6077


5001 34th St. South
4415 Roosevelt Blvd.
12189 US Hwy. 1
110 N. Federal Hwy.
2300 S. Federal Hwy.
3635 S. Dixie Hwy.
1520 Colonial Blvd.


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