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SOUTH FLORIDA'S NAUTICAL NEWSPAPER


OCTOBER 1994


Countdown to tourist season


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On Board
in October

* Classified.............28
SCommentary ........7
*Commerce...........13
* Destinations .........17
* Dining .................. 18
* Event Calendar...... 8
* Habitat ................10
*Letters ...................6
News ................. 3
*People. ................11
* Real Estate..........31
*Sailing.................. 12
* Tide Table .............9
* Yacht Brokerage..26
Serving the Waterfront
Communities of
Broward,
Dade, and Palm Beach
Volume 11
Issue 7


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Kevin Clark (L), a dock hand at Pier 66 Hotel and Marina in Fort Lauderdale and Dockmaster Steve
Stiglbauer have spent the summer grooming the marina for the upcoming tourist season.

South Florida's waterfront prepares for visitors


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
A fresh coat of paint. A revised
menu. Expanded staffs. It's all prep
work for waterfront businesses
awaiting the annual influx of tour-
ists expected to crowd our roads and
waterways during the coming
months.
Generally in south Florida, tour-
ism season starts in October or No-
vember and runs through May.
Ted Hill, a California resident,
arrived a bit early with his 65-foot
Sea Ray which is now docked at the
marina at Pier 66 in Fort Lauder-
dale. He plans to stay about four
months.
"It's really beautiful down
here," Hill said. "At Pier 66 I never
met a group of nicer people."
That's exactly the kind of praise
Francine Mason, spokesperson for
the Greater Convention and Visitors
Bureau, wants to hear.
Last year, tourist crime in Mi-
ami and elsewhere in the state made
international headlines, sparking
concern among travel agents and
potential visitors alike. The media
reports, combined with a weak
economy overseas, were cited as the
main reasons why tourism figures in
Broward were down five percent for
1993, Mason said.
"Crime will have a lingering
effect on the area, but the only way
to come back is to focus on all the
positive developments," Mason said.
In Fort Lauderdale that means


touting such amenities as the
Riverwalk project along the New
River and the $26 million Fort Lau-
derdale beach restoration, Mason
said.
At this time neither the Greater
Fort Lauderdale or the Greater Mi-
ami convention and visitors bureaus
are making any predictions for the
upcoming season.
Mayco Villafana, communica-
tions director for the Greater Miami
Convention and Visitors Bureau,
said 1993 was a tough year for tour-
ism statewide.
That same year in Miami, sev-
eral businesses, parks and tourist
attractions had the added headache
of recovering from 1992's Hurri-
cane Andrew, he said.
At the 582-slip Dinner Key
Marina in Coconut Grove, manager
Raul Deladetorre said this will be
the first winter season since the storm
that the facility will be fully opera-
tional.
For the past two years, the ma-
rina could only offer limited dock
space while repairs were being made,
he said.
"It's too early to tell how this
season will turn out," he said.
But not everyone in Miami and
the surrounding area is uncertain
about their future. At the 400-slip
Miami Beach Marina, dock master
Casey Plantefaber said the facility is
receiving a lot of phone calls, mostly
from northeasterners.
"We did very well last year and


we expect to do better this season,"
he said.
In the last year Miami Beach
city officials pumped $12.5 million
Canadians are the
number one inter-
national visitor to
Broward County.
Northeastern and
midwesterners are
tops in the domes-
tic market.

worth of renovations into the ma-
rina, he said.
The improvements include
completion of a 27,000 square foot
restaurant along with the additions
of a Club Nautico boat rental, a dive
shop, a gourmet deli with bakery, a
marine store, and a new pool with
bar, Plantefaber said.
"It's generated a lot of traffic,"
he said.
Marinas, waterfront restau-
rants, beaches and year-round warm
weather have always been the big-
gest draws in getting visitors to the
area, said spokespeople for the con-
vention and visitors bureaus in Mi-
ami and Fort Lauderdale.
Canadians are the number one
international visitor to Broward
County. Northeastern and
midwesterners are tops in the do-
mestic market, Mason said.


Last year, 5.1 million visitors
came to Broward County, with 20
percent coming from outside the
country. About 60 percent stayed
during the winter months.
All totaled, tourism has a $3
billion economic impact on Broward
and employs 65,000 people, Mason
said.
In the Greater Miami market,
Latin Americans comprise the larg-
est number of visitors, of which Dade
County receives around 11.4million
yearly, Villafana said.
Jamie Hart, Fort Lauderdale city
supervisor of marine facilities, said
the past two seasons have proved
successful for the city's marinas and
he expects the same this year.
The city has recently enhanced
its image for boaters by upgrading
its facilities at its Riverwalk dock,
and opening a 30-slip marina at
Cooley's Landing, he said.
"Every winter we play host to
boaters from all over the world, even
as far away as New Zealand," Hart
said. "Our main objective is to stay
busy this season and I don't except
we'll be having any extra time on our
hands."
Yachts from as far as Europe
also dock for the winter at the 142-
slip Pier 66 marina. Employees there
have been busy getting ready for the
1994-95 tourist season by slapping
fresh coats of paint on everything,
hiring extra staff and stuffing com-
plimentary canvas bags with tourist
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TOURISM From Page 1
information for the expected new arrivals, said Steve
Stiglbauer, dockmaster.
Regular snowbirds docking this winter at the 50-slip
Sands Harbor Marina in Pompano Beach will find a few
changes awaiting them, namely that the restaurant has
changed hands and the hotel installed new awnings, said
Rae Johnston, assistant dock master.
"You can always tell when the season approaches," she
said. "It gets very hectic, especially on the weekends."
Jim DeMaria, director of sales and marketing for the
Bahia Cabana Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale, said the
crime scare and bad international economy that drove away
so many people last year will hopefully remain in the past
for many local business people.
"Believe it or not we had an excellent month in Sep-
tember and there's a big demand for rooms in October,"


Last year, 5.1 million visitors came
to Broward County, with 20 percent
coming from outside the country.
About 60 percent stayed during the
winter months.

DeMaria said. "We're already booked solid for the Fort
Lauderdale Boat Show the weekend of Oct. 26 and for
Super Bowl weekend, when the game is played at Joe
Robbie Stadium, in January."
Fortunately, the hotel didn't suffer too much last
season. Although there was a large drop in international
visitors, the unusually harsh winter up north drove up
reservations by domestic travelers, he said.


To prepare for this season, the hotel has renovated
several guest rooms, their bar and restaurant. Also, they
planned to introduce a new menu on Oct. 1, DeMaria said.
George Zinkler, owner of Martha's restaurant over-
looking Hollywood's Intracoastal Waterway, said he feels
the Super Bowl will add an extra boost to the upcoming
season.
Zinkler, who also sits on the Broward Tourism Devel-
opment Board, said he's seen many positive changes in
Hollywood.
The city, particularly its beachfront, has always de-
pended heavily on tourists from Canada and Europe, he
said.
"We've seen substantial increases in domestic visitors
and we hope that trend continues," he said. "Although we
will always welcome and appreciate our international
tourists, it's always a good sign when you see your market
expanding tc accommodate a new group."


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Participants asked
to tone down 'fun'


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
It's okay to have fun, but boaters are
being asked to properly dispose of the remains
of their good times during October's Colum-
bus Day Regatta.
During past events, the waters off
Biscayne National Park have been turned into
a dumping area for trash.
"On any other given weekend our visitors
are more well behaved," said park ranger Tom
Rutledge. "The regatta seems to attract a crowd
that wants to party and we don't have the
resources to do an extensive clean up of bottles
and other trash that is thrown overboard."
The 40th Annual Columbus Day Regatta
will set sail on Oct. 8 and 9. In the event of
adverse weather, an alternative date has been
set for Oct. 15 and 16.
The race course, which varies from 10.5
to 19.5 miles, begins off Dinner Key in Coco-
nut Grove and ends north of Elliot Key in
Biscayne National Park.
The 182,000-acre federally protected pre-
serve is mostly water. The park's main en-
trance for motorists sits about eight miles east
of Homestead.
An anchorage area in the park, west of
Sands and Elliot keys, will be established for
both spectator and racing yachts to spend the
night. The area is also designated as a no wake
zone, meaning that water scooters, water skis
and high power boats are prohibited.
Water balloons or funnelators are also
forbidden. Any racer found using either item
will be immediately disqualified from the race
and all future regattas, organizers said.
Over the years, the party atmosphere sur-
rounding the race has surpassed the event
itself, with participants telling ribald tales of
alcohol consumption and sexual escapades.
"It can get pretty wild out there in the
park, especially at night," said a.regatta regu-


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qy Sweep volunteers will pluck trash from Biscayne Bay.


'About two-thirds of the spectators have no interest in
the race. Their only interest is to get drunk and see naked
bodies.'
-William Caterham,
regatta chairman


lar who declined to give his name. "One year
a man rigged up a projector and showed
pornographic movies on his sails, sort of like
a drive-in movie theater."
William Caterham, regatta committee
chairman, said organizers are aware of the
race's racy reputation but can't do much
about it.
The race usually attracts 500 to 600 en-
trants and a spectator fleet of between 2,000
and 3,000 boats, he said.


"About two-thirds of the spectators have
no interest in the race," Caterham said. "Their
only interest is to get drunk and see naked
bodies. If there were another way to hold the
event and exclude them we would."
While the race committee can't clean up
behavior, they. are doing something about
cleaning up the environment.
This year, in an attempt to help keep the
park free of garbage, Bay Sweep Interna-
: tional, a non-profit group based in North Mi-


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ami, has volunteered to pick up debris throw n
overboard by boaters during the weekend.
Bay Sweep president Bob Dosh said he
offered his organization's services because he
has been a long-time regatta fan and wanted to
do something about the trash being tossed by
his fellow spectators.
About 15 volunteers from Dosh's organic
zation will camp out overnight in the park.
from Saturday morning to Sunday evening
during race weekend, Dosh said.
Bay Sweep was formed by Dosh, his wife
and son in May, with the purpose of helping
clean up Miami's Biscayne Bay and private
canals.
The group owns three pontoon boats rang-
ing in length from 20 to 34 feet. Their services
to private homeowners for canal clean ups and
doing litter patrol on Biscayne Bay are free.
Commercial establishments are charged a
"low" fee, Dosh said.
The group also takes children out on
weekends for a three-hour tour of Biscayne
Bay that combines fishing out garbage with
long-handled nets with environmental lec-
tures.
During the week, people found guilty of
crimes in the Dade County Circuit Court sys-
tem are allowed to board the boats to work off
community service hours, Dosh said.
Dosh and his wife, Charlie, formerly op-
erated the Floating Ice Cream Company, where
they rigged vessels with freezers and sold the
frozen treats to boaters.
"We got tired of seeing all these plastic
bags floating in the water," said Dosh, who is
a licensed Coast Guard captain along with his
wife and 23-year-old son. "After we sold our
business we decided to form a group that
would patrol the bay for garbage."
Dosh, his wife and another board mem-
ber, Alex Barboni, are the only paid employ-
ees at Bay Sweep. But Dosh contends they
haven't seen a paycheck.
"All of the money from membership fees
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Jaycees reconsider cancelling the race, r Although discouraged, the Jay-
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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Recent reports predicting the death of the Fort Lauderdale
Jaycees New River Raft Race may be premature.
Prior to the Sept. 11 race, Jaycees officials had said that
dwindling attendance could force them to cancel future events
and turn instead to other fundraising ventures. But feedback
from the public may have saved the annual, 16 year-old race.
"We've been getting a lot of feedback," Ron Bowen,
executive director of the Fort Lauderdale Jaycees confirmed.
"I think we shocked a lot of people into reality when we said
we were going to cancel."
For years, spectators have gathered along the banks of the
New River, often baking in the hot sun, to watch the parade of
quirky and strange vessels unfold. Likenesses of space shuttles,
garbage trucks, Garfield the Cat and Puff the Magic Dragon
are examples of some of the more interesting rafts that have
floated down the river.
The only year the group declined to hold the race was in
the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
This year only 24 rafters entered the race, down from 54
entries recorded last year.
The size of the shoreline crowds has also decreased.
Police estimated around 1,000 spectators gathered to watch the
recent event, a low turnout compared to previous years when
4,000 to 5,000 spectators lined the 1.5 mile race route, which


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Past New River Raft Races have prompted the creation of many
unusual vessels along with crowds of curious spectators.
spans round-trip from the Seventh Avenue boat ramp to a turn-
around point near Cooley Hammock Park.
"What we're trying to do is contact everyone's who has
ever participated in one of our raft races and asking them to
send in their registration fees as soon as possible for next year's
race as a good faith effort," Bowen said. "If we can get 50
entries, the race will continue."
Proceeds from this year's race and an adjoining festival in
Smoker Park raised money for United Cerebral Palsy of
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The U.S. Coast Guard threatened to fine anyone found
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rafters, the practice causes problems for wildlife and fish,
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Last month's race went soothly for the most part, with
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New law will destroy water scooter operation, owner says


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
FORT LAUDERDALE A local businessman is vow-
ing to file a lawsuit against the city for creating an idle wake
zone in front of his boat and water scooter rental shop that he
believes will cause him to lose customers.
The idle wake zone is part of an ordinance establishing a
sports district on the Middle River near Sunrise Boulevard.
City commissioners approved the plan on Sept. 7 with Com-
missioner Carlton Moore dissenting. He could not be reached
for comment.
Under the ordinance, a maximum speed of 35 mph and a
15-inch wake zone has been established 454 feet north of
Sunrise Boulevard Bridge to Northeast 14th Street.
From Northeast 14th Street to Northeast 21st Court, there
is a slow down minimum wake zone for all vessels, with the
exception of those towing water skiers, tubers and similar
devices.
Bill Sylvia's boat and water scooter rental business sits
next to the East Point Towers Condominium at 1170N. Federal
Highway. The idle wake zone will drive away customers
because they will have less space to ride around, said Jack
Seiler, an attorney representing Sylvia.
Mr. Sylvia is very upset and angry at the way the city has
treated him," Seiler said. "This will, in effect, put him out of
business."
The rental shop has been in the same spot for 30 years.
Sylvia purchased the business several years ago and has since
invested $600,000 in it, Seiler said.


Prior to passage of the ordinance,
residents complained that their
stretch of waterway was one of the
few sites left in the city where ski-
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welcome.

"My client intends to initiate litigation against the city
within the next few days," said Seiler, who spoke to the
Waterfront News shortly before the paper went to press in late
September.
Sylvia's business could have been saved, butcity commis-
sioners chose to ignore recommendations from several Middle
River homeowner and condo associations, Seiler said.
Residents fought against the sports zone, complaining that
the area has already suffered from too much noise and that a
city-sanctioned district would make matters worse.
They originally wanted a no wake zone to include the
George English Park boat launch lagoon entrance and establish
a 35 mph speed limit north of the boat launch. Their plan would
not have affected Sylvia's business.
Prior to passage of the ordinance, residents complained
that their stretch of waterway was one of the few sites left in the
city where skiers, tubers and water bikers were welcome.


The Middle River's popularity grew after commissioners
imposed idle speed zones at Rio Barcelona, New River Sound
and Lake Sylvia, residents said.
"The noise is terrible," said Edward Cayia, a retired
physician who has lived in the Bal Harbor neighborhood since
1966. "I've been awakened in the middle of the night by
Cigarette boats, and other residents have reported damage to
their seawalls due to large wakes."
Some people can't even sit out on their docks without
being splashed by speeding boaters, he said.
Cayia did his own backyard survey and among the crafts
he noted using the Middle River were hydroplanes, kayaks,
Sunfish sailboats, wind surfers, a one-man hover craft and a
ultralight aircraft with pontoons practicing take offs and land-
ings.
With passage of the ordinance, Cayia said he and others in
the area have no other choice but to sit back and see how things
work out.
"The sports zone will be reviewed by the city at the end of
a year," he said. "Until then, all we can do is take a wait and see
attitude."
Fort Lauderdale Marine Police Sgt. Tom Ogden said
police won't issue boaters tickets for violating the ordinance
until the required signs are posted.
"For now, we will be out there informing people that a law
has been passed," he said.
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By AL GRODSKY
Waterfront News Columnist
Q: I've really got a problem. My bilge
has oil in it at


Since the outboard kicks up, but is no help
in shallow water, I would like to put in a jet
drive in the center or in each pontoon. What
do you think?


all times. L.A.
There's two Plantation Key
diesel engines A: It's a great idea, but the jet drives
in the boat. Af- have to be powerful enough to replace a 140-
ter an exten- horsepower engine. I've seen a Berkley jet
Ssive search, coupled to a V8 Oldsmobile engine that really
and a conver- had push and power. You will need an equally
Station with a high power jet to accomplish this.
Eg- diesel me- The small water scooter engines will not
chanic, I'm suffice. Also, you should know that they suck
pretty certain water up to give the boat an extra push, in-
that the oil creasing the odds that sand, grit and grass will
\pan is leaking. also get sucked into the pump unit- the result
The filters being a stalled or ruined engine. Unless you
and seals are can keep the jets and pumps clear, you will
dry and the oil lines are tight. The me- have problems.
chanic, acting on the information I gave Perhaps two jets, one in each pontoon to
him, thought the oil pan might have a push the boat and help steer like a twin engine
pinhole. It's only on the port side that I can craft with a rudder in the center, could work
see droplets of oil under the engine. How out. Send me a photo when it's done.
can I be sure and what should I do about it? Q: The motor on my boat recently
B.R. overheated and started to steam. When the
Fort Lauderdale gauges went all the way up, I shut down the
A: First, I would try to get a good look engine. After cooling off, the engine started
at the situation by using a mirror that can again without trouble and has seemed to
easily slide under the pan. I don't know how run okay since.
much room you have between the pan and The company that sold me the boat
boat, .bt remove anything you can between says it may need a new impeller in the water
the tvo engines toget-to-agood view. ... punmp, What could have caused this prob-
Use i rag to wipe the bottom of the pah im?
and then examine it using the mirror. If the J.K.
pan is corroded, more than one leak will be Fort Lauderdale
present. If you can't gel under the engine. you : A: It's possible some plastic or grass
will have to lift it up.; wrapped around' your water intake. With no
There are many materials and methods water cooling the engine, you overheat. An-
that can be used to repair the pan: resins, "'6tiercausecouldbethethermostatpreventing
expo ies, metal sealers, sqlder welding it, 4waterflow to c l the engine. A third reason
all depends on what the pan is made of and for overheating could be a botched impeller.
how bad the leaks are; If you choosexto repair I would check the outlet on my motor to
the pan, do the complete bottom because a measure water flow and the inlet for clogging
hole-could be somewhere else in the case and and growth of algae or weeds. Keep an eye on
you'll wind up having to do all that work the gauges.
again. Al Grodsky is a Coast Guard Auxiliary
instructor specializing in marine mechanics.
Q: I have a pontoon boat with twin Send your questions to the Waterfront News,
hulls and a single 140-horsepower out- 1523. South Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
board engine to propel it. I live down in the 33316 or fax (305) 524-9464. Al regrets he can
Keys and I run on the flats and in the not answer letters personally.
canals, running aground quite often. My Readers can also visit Al in person Satur-
pontoons are fine and we get off easily as day mornings at the Coast Guard Auxiliary
we hop out and push into deeper water. base, 601 Seabreeze Blvd, Fort Lauderdale.


Guest Editorial


Self reliance and the BOC Challenge


By Capt. Frank Papy
I wonder what old Joshua Sloacam, the
father of single handed sailing, would think of
the BOC race? Lookey what I started. Well, he
was an adventurer and sailing, luckily, is still
an adventure.
As the vessels were all lined up ready to
go in Charleston last month, this reporter
couldn't help pondering over the variety of
racers the Challenge had drawn. Among them
is Simone Bianchetti, an Italian, 25, and the
youngest of the group. French sailor Isabelle
Autissier wifflher 60 footer, the only women
to complete a single-handed voyage. I bet the
mainsail in the bag weights more than she
does! Then there's Harry Mitchell of the U.K,
five years past retirement at age 70. He's got
to be in great shape.
The weather and the parties have been
fantastic nestled in the old southern charm of


Charleston Harbor atthe footof Market Street.
Safety is a big factor this year in boat design.
In memory of the late Capt. Mike Plant, win-
ner of class II in 1987 who wound up giving
his life in a later race, we shared a quiet
moment and a rum toast in his memory. A
typical southern thing.
So let's hope for fair winds and smooth
seas for some passionate sailors taking the
ultimate self reliance test in the form of a solo
trip around the world.
As one bystander put it, "I guess it's kind
of like an outward bound for adults with a
prize at the end."
Only in the 90s.

Frank Papy is a boat captain and
freelance writer based in Buford, S.C. He
has authored "Cruising Guide to the
Florida Keys."


To the Editor:
I had purchased a rebuilt Perkins 4-108
diesel engine to replace a worn out engine in
my sailboat. The engine was purchased from
Complete Yacht Service and carried a 60-day
warranty. Although no defects showed up
during the warranty period, several months
later a serious knock developed, rendering the
engine unusable. The engine was removed
and returned to the company for an examina-
tion.
Now for the good part. The company


found a serious crankshaft fault which they
said must have arisen from an undetected
assembly problem. They promptly replaced
the engine and reimbursed me for removal
and reinstallation expenses. A less reputable
or dishonest dealer could simply have said,
"Sorry, but the warranty period has expired."
It is certainly gratifying to know that honesty
and integrity still exists in some of our better
marine suppliers.
James B. O'Maley,
Lighthouse Point


Notices


Boca resident available to lecture on manatees


Boca Raton resident Frances Guthrie, a
member of the Save the Manatee Club, will
now be available to give lectures on the
plight of the endangered mammals in
Broward and Palm Beach counties.
The nonprofit group was established in
1981 by then Florida Gov. Bob Graham and
singerJimmy Buffett and strives to publicize
education, research and lobbying efforts


aimed at saving the country's 1,800 West
Indian manatees.
Guthrie will act as a liaison for the club
and will speak before schools, civic and com-
munity groups, environmental clubs, festivals
and other events.
For more information call (407) 477-
8851.


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By DAVID WILLIAMS
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Among wine drinkers in the 17th Century British Navy,
it didn't matter if it was Burgundy, Bordeaux' or anything else
red. It was all simply "monkey's blood," their nickname for
red wine. Then, the term "monkey" described a small cask in
which typically grog, a mixture of rum and water, was carried
during passages. It could be guessed that red wine with its dark
hue was the "blood" of the cask, or "monkey."
On that note, drink up.
*Maru: Should you ever wander around the ports of the
world, you will notice that this word is placed after the name
of virtually every Japanese ship, large or small, with the
exception of Naval vessels. The name is symbolic of perfec-
tion or completeness.
*Hammock: A hanging bed in which some semblance of
sleep may be attempted, and not much else. Shipboard use of
the term was common on warships from the late 18th century
to the early 20th century. The term has West Indian origins and
Spanish roots.
*Diesel: This type of engine has become so common in all
sorts and sizes of crafts that the word is thought to be of a
nautical nature. Actually, the engine was named for its inven-
tor, Rudolph Diesel. The first diesel engine, a huge beast of a
thing, was originally displayed in Munich, Germany in 1898.
*Boom: The horizontal spar extending aft from the mast
on fore-and-aft sailing vessels to which the foot of the sail is
attached. A sheeting point on the boom is then used to control
the sail. The word dates to the 16th century, but became
common in the 18th century as more modern fore-and-aft rigs


Sea Talk

came into use.
Its origins can probably be traced to the old Norse word
"bathum," meaning beam. But for those of you who are sailors,
you will know that the boom is aptly named for the sound it
makes when it comes in contact with your head.
*Tabernacle: As in tabernacle mast, whereby the mast
can be lowered to deck level via a hinged socket at the mast
base. It's unknown when the term came into nautical use,
howeverViking longships used the tabernacle method to lower
masts when changing from sails to oars. The first common
usage dates to the early 19th century and probably started as a
nickname due to the appearance of the tabernacle fitting.

David Williams is a Fort Lauderdale marine in-
surance agent who spends his spare time researching
his favorite nautical terms.
He can be written to at the Waterfront News,
1523 South Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33316 or
contacted by fax at 524-9464.
*Information sources for this column include but
are not limited to: The Mariners Dictionary, Boating
Dictionary, Glossary of Modern Terms, Origins of
Sea Terms, Word Origins, Dictionary of Slang, the
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calendar items should be received at

the Waterfront News no later than
Oct. 15 to appear in the November,
1994 issue. Submissions should be typed or
neatly written and include only important de-
tails. If submitting several events, please issue
separate notices for each event. Mail submis-
sions to: Events Calendar, Waterfront News,
1523 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fl
33316, or fax (305) 524-9464.


Saturday, Oct. 1
Florida Powerboat Club: Key Largo cruise. Call 940-3999 or 463-
7747.
Gulfstream Sailing Club/Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Invitational.
Call 583-8989.
Youth Sailing Workshop: Ages 8 to 18, noon to 4 p.m., Quiet Waters
Park, Pompano Beach. Cost: $25. Call 561-1550.
RJ's Landing Fishing Rodeo: To benefit Kids in Distress. Cost: $150
per boat. Call 522-8353.
Ninth Annual Morgan Invasion: Open to all Morgan yachts, Trea-
sure Island, Fla. Entry fee: $56.40. Call 367-4511.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Fall youth race. Call 941-4030.
Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsman Association: Spear fishing
"hat" dive tournament. Call 782-8293.
Snorkeling: A one-day session sponsored by Broward Community
College at Pennekamp State Park in the Keys. Call 989-2824 or 763-
3630.
Coconut Grove Indoor Flea Market: Includes nautical products;
Coconut Grove Convention Center, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and tomorrow,
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 579-2100 or (800) 236-8729.

Sunday, Oct. 2
Ocean Sailing: A one-day trip sponsored by Broward Community
College. Must be experienced. Call 989-2824 or 763-3630.
Southern Regional Waterski show Reunion: Held at Quiet Waters
Park in Pompano Beach, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 360-1315 or 359-3070.
Sunday Jazz Brunch: Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale, 11 a.m to 2 p.m.
Call 761-5703.
Animal Rights Luncheon: Tree Tops Park, Davie, noon to 2 p.m.
Cost: $15. Call 968-7622 or 370-3750.
"Battered by Love/When Relationships Become Violent:" A lec-
ture for singles at First Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale at 9:30
a.m. Call 462-6200.
Poetry in the Woods: 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Secret Woods Nature
Center. Call 566-7823.

Monday, Oct. 3
Swimming Program for Seniors: For beginners age 55 and over at
T.Y. Park in Hollywood, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fee: $10 each session. Call
985-1980.

Tuesday, Oct. 4
Boating Safety & Seamanship: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary class,
Fort Lauderdale, 8 to 10 p.m. Call 568-0046 or 961-4147.
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Lauderdale-by-the-
Sea. Call 772-5773.
Falrwinds Single Sailors: Meets Tuesdays, Boca Raton. Call (407)
338-0306.
Power Boat Singles: Meets Tuesdays, Fort Lauderdale, 6 p.m. Call
426-1106.
Sierra Club of Broward: Meets7:30 p.m., Pompano Beach. Call 321-
5753 or 970-0150.
Bridge Class: Intermediate bridge, Hallandale. Call 458-6395.

Wednesday, Oct. 5
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 3-4: Meets the first Wednesday of the
month, 7:30 p.m., at Glendale Federal, 2335 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pom-
pano Beach. Call 938-8481.
West Palm Beach Fishing Club: Fly fishing group meeting, 6 p.m. fly
tying session. Call (407) 832-6780 or 832-2137.
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.
Photographic Society: Meets 7:45 in Pompano Beach. Call 941-
1643.
CH.A.D.D, parent support group for Children with Attention Deficit
Disorder. Call 721-8793.

Thursday, Oct. 6
Sunny Isles Beach Offshore Grand Prix: Through Oct. 8. Call 933-
3995.
International Marine Trades Exhibit& Convention; Through Oct. 9;
McCormick Place, Chicago. Call (312) 329-9815 or 836-4740.
Broward Navy Days: Through Oct. 13, Port Everglades; activities


admission: $3, noon to 11 p.m. Call 761-5360.
Duplicate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 12:45 p.m. Call 458-6395.


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Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. Miami. Call 305 238-9754 or 387-0733.
New River Rollers: In-line skating, meets Thursdays 7 p.m., down-
town Fort Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6 p.m. at Mombasa Bay,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-1627.

Friday, Oct. 7
40th Annual Columbus Day Regatta: Today and tomorrow in
Biscayne Bay, Miami. Entry fee: $60 to Oct. 1. Call 593-3065 days,
666-8353 evenings.
1994 Columbus Cup: Baltimore, Md. International team racing today
and tomorrow at the Harbor View Marina and Yacht Club. Call (401)
254-0960.
Freshwater Fish Culture: A seminar at Nova Southeastern Univer-
sity Oceanographic Center, Dania, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $30. Call
920-1909.
Friday Night Social: Stranahan House, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $5 per
person, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call 524-4736.

Saturday, Oct. 8
Columbus Day Cruising Regatta: Today and tomorrow on Biscayne
Bay. Entry fee: $70. Call 593-3065 or 666-8353.
Fly Casting Clinic: West Palm Beach Fishing Club, 9 to 11 a.m. at
Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. Call (407) 832-6780.
Riverwalk Fall Fine Arts & Crafts Show: Takes place along Riverwalk
at Southeast Fifth Avenue, south of Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauder-
dale. Free admission. Call 761-5703.
Star Gazing, Fox Astronomical Observatory, Markham Park, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 305 721-4159.
Movies Under the Stars: C.B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines, 8:30
p.m. Call 437-2650.

Sunday, Oct. 9
Baywalk Bash: Columbus Day party at Miami Beach Marina, 2 to 7
p.m. Call 673-6000.
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call
921-3400.
Beach Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m. Call 926-
2444.

Monday, Oct. 10
Columbus Day
Sierra Club of Miami: Meets 7:30 p.m., Coral Gables. Call (305) 667-
7311 or 885-8523.
Broward County Endometrlosis 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, Oct. 11
Boating Safety & Seamanship: U.S.. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 4-week
course, 8to 10 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 for text. Call 568-0046
or 961-4147.
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.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: General meeting, Bahia Mar, Fort Lauder-
dale. Call 563-2151.
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7 p.m. Call 305 537-3094.
Broward Native Plant Society, meets 7:30 p.m. Call 305 791-1030.
Friendly Toastmasters Club: meets Tuesdays in north Broward. Call
462-1001.
New River Rollers, meets 7:30 p.m. Call 537-9418.

Wednesday, Oct. 12
Columbus Day
Model Boat State Competitions: Markham Park, Sunrise. Call 389-
2000.
Dania Marine Advisory Board, meets 7:30 p.m. at Dania City Hall.
Call 921-8700.
Winterfest Social, meets in Fort Lauderdale, 5:30 p.m. Call 925-
3535.

Thursday, Oct. 13
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: General meeting, 7:30 p.m. Call (407)
341-8658.
Gator Snow Ski Club: Meets 7:30 p.m., Palm Beach Gardens. Call
(407) 627-1943.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets for social hour 6 p.m. at
Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-1627.
Ballroom Dancing: Classes take place Thursdays 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.;
sponsored by the City of Hollywood. Cost: $3 per person. Call 983-
2821 or 467-4236.
Friday, Oct. 14
Oktoberfest: Through Sunday at Bubier Park, Fort Lauderdale. Adult


Saturday, Oct. 15
Lighthouse Point Nautical Flea Market: Today and tomorrow; 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. today at Dan Witt Park, 4521 NE 22nd Ave. Call 427-5823 or
786-0344.
Youth Sailing Workshop: Ages 8 to 18; sponsored by the Hillsboro
Inlet Sailing Club, noon to 4 p.m. at Quiet Waters Park, Pompano
Beach. Cost: $25. Call 561-1550.
Navy Seabee Veterans: Luncheon meeting at noon; meets the third
Saturday of the month. Call 943-3314.
Offshore Powerboat Run: To Islamorada in the Florida Keys; Florida
Powerboat Club. Call 940-3999 or 463-7747.
Fall Youth Race: Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club. Call 941-4030.
Sunfish Race: Gulf Stream Sailing Club. Call 473-0733.
Shallow Water Fishing Expo: Today and tomorrow in Fort Pierce.
Admission: $3. Call (407) 465-0631.
American Merchant Marine Veterans: Meets 1 p.m. in Dania. Call
923-6250 or 564-2862.
Secret Woods Swamp Tromp: Exploring wetland preserves at Se-
cret Woods Nature Center, Fort Lauderdale, 9 to 10 a.m. Cost: $2. Call
791-1030.

Sunday, Oct. 16
Small Boat Sailing: Sponsored by Broward Community College, on
Biscayne Bay, the lower Keys and the west coast. Must be experi-
enced. Call 989-2824 or 763-3630.
Windsurfing: Sponsored by Broward Community College. Must be
experienced. Call 989-2824 or 763-3630.
Fishing on the Island: Takes place the third Sunday of the month,
Deerfield Island Park; ages 6 to 12, 9:30 a.m. Call 360-1320.
How to Grow Ferns: Free lecture series at Tree Top Park in Davie, 2
to 3 p.m. Call 370-3750.
Radio-Controlled Model Power Boat Race, Markham Park, Sunrise;
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 389-2005.
Model Power Boat Races: Markham Park, Sunrise, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Call 741-1696 or 389-2000.
HIV Lecture: "Dying for Sex," a lecture for singles at First Presbyterian
Church, Fort Lauderdale, 9:30 a.m. Call 462-6200.

Monday, Oct. 17
Florida Powerboat Club: Meets in three locations. Call 940-3999 or
463-7747.
Adult Water Aerobics: Hall of Fame Aquatic Complex. 6 to 7 p.m.
Cost: $3 per class or $10 for 10 sessions. Call 468-1580.
.TTheater Under the Stars: Big band music; performed on the Holly-
wood Beach Broadwalk, 7;30 to 9-30 p.m. Gall 921-3404.

Tuesday, Oct. 18
"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.
Sierra Club: of Palm Beach County, meets 7:30 p.m., Okeeheelee
Nature Center, West Palm Beach. Call (407) 790-2133.
Fair Winds Single Sailors: Call 941-1631.
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday, 7 p.m. in Lauderdale-by-the-
Sea. Call 772-5773.

Wednesday, Oct. 19
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, Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150.
Naturalist Luncheon Series: Fern Forest Nature Center, Pompano
Beach. Call 970-0150.
Think Life: a fund raising group for people with AIDS, meets 7 p.m.
Call 475-0793 or 653-6164 in Dade.
Dancing: every Wednesday at the Multi-Purpose Center, Hollywood,
7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Call 921-3408.

Thursday, Oct. 20
Basic Skills & Seamanship: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Pompano
Beach, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., seven-week course. Call 974-2419.
Broward Boating Club: Cruising and social events; meets the third
Thursday of the month. Call 435-9080.
Brown Bag Historical Lunch: "Tracing Broward's Heritage: Places,
People and Happenings in Hallandale. Davie and Hollywood;" takes
place at the Broward County Historical Commission, Fort Lauderdale,
at noon. Call 765-4670.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club: Meets Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. North
Miami. Call 949-2334.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: general meeting, 7:30 p.m. Call (407)
341-8658 or 942-7224.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets at the Crown Sterling Suites
in Fort Lauderdale on the third Thursday of the month, 6 p.m. Call 522-
1627.
New River Rollers, meets 7 p.m. Call 537-9418.











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Hollywood Jazz Festival: Through Oct 23 at Young Circle Park,
Hollywood; 6 to 11 p.m. Cost: $5 per day. Call 921-3399.
Lighthouse Point Yacht Club: Luncheon meeting. Cost: $13. Call
785-1086.
Starlight Musical: Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Call 761-5360.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood Street Dance, 7 p.m. Free. Call
921-3404.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Hollywood Jazz Festival: Young Circle Park, Hollywood, noon to 11
p.m. Call 921-3404.
Runabout Rendezvous in the Keys: Florida Powerboat Club; for
single engine boats under 25 feet. Call 940-3999 or 463-7747.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Cruising Scandinavia sailing program and
party in honor of Lief Erikson's birthday. Call 473-0733.
Star Gazing: Every second and fourth Saturday at the Fox Observa-
tory, Markham Park, Sunrise. Call 721-4159.
Weekend Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m. Call 926-
2444.

Sunday, Oct. 23
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Fall Race. Call 473-0733.
Reptile & Amphibian Show: Fern Forest Nature Center, Pompano
Beach. Call 970-0150.
Star Stealers: Animated program about planetary investigator Sam
Snork, 1:30 p.m., Buehler Planetarium, Broward Community College.
Tickets: $3. Call 475-6681.

Monday, Oct. 24
"Selling Boats & Boating Products to International Markets:" A
seminar taking place today and tomorrow at Bahia Mar, Fort Lauder-
dale. Cost: $995 per person. Call (800) 425-3106.
Adult Water Aerobics: Hall of Fame Aquatic Complex, 6 to 7 p.m.
Cost: $3 per class or $10 for 10 sessions. Call 468-1580.


Tuesday, Oct. 25
Broadwalk Concert: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Fairwinds Single Sailors: Meets Tuesdays, Boca Raton. Call (407)
338-0306
Bridge Session: City of Hallandale. Call 458-6395.
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at the Flotilla Club, West
Palm Beach. Call (407) 832-7681.
Broadwalk Concert: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Miami River Issues Workshop: meets 8 a.m. Call 305 285-1864.

Wednesday, Oct. 26
Sixth Annual Marine Seminar: Sponsored by the Fort Lauderdale
Mariners Club; from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Pier Sixty Six in Fort
Lauderdale. For marine attorneys, insurance adjusters and underwrit-
ers, surveyors, dealers, brokers, lenders, salvors and repairers. Reg-
istration fee: $110. Call 522-7755 or (800) 441-7755.
Boating Skills & Seamanship: Sponsored by the U.S Coast Guard
Auxiliary in Sunrise; open to people with and without boats; meets 6:30
p.m. Call 753-7557.
"Techniques for Catching You Own Live Bait:" A lecture sponsored
by the West Palm Beach Fishing Club, 7 p.m. Call (407) 832-6780 or
832-2137.
South Florida Senior Games: Through Nov. 5. Call 357-8170.
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at the Flotilla Club, West
Palm Beach. Call (407) 832-7681.

Thursday, Oct. 27
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show: Through Oct. 31, Bahia
Mar Resort & Yachting Center and Pier Sixty-Six and the Greater Fort
Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Call 764-7642 or
(800) 940-7642.
Italian Festival: Quiet Waters Park, Pompano Beach. Call 360-1315.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6 p.m. at Mombasa Bay, Fort
Lauderdale. Call 522-1627.
Fair Winds Single Sailors: Meets in north Broward. Call 941-1631.
Powerboat Singles: Meets 6 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 426-1106.
New River Rollers: Meets 7:30 p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.


Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsmen Association: Dinner meet-
ing, 6:30 p.m. Call 782-8293.
Tone-up with Toni: Aerobic classes every Thursday; sponsored by
the City of Hollywood, 10 a.m.. Cost: $3 per class. Call 467-4236.
Florida Powerboat Club: Monthly meeting at Shooters Waterfront
Grill, North Miami Beach, 7:30 p.m. Call 940-3999 or 463-7747.

Friday, Oct. 28
Hollywood Halloween Activities: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Friday NightSocial: Stranahan House, Fort Lauderdale,5:30to 8:30
p.m. Tickets: $5 per person. Call 524-4736.
TNT Golf Tournament: 11:30 a.m. registration. Proceeds benefit
Dade County Public Schools Academy of Travel and Tourism. Call
885-3585, ext. 216 or 825-1000.
Chess/Scrabble Games: City of Hollywood every Friday 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. Call 921-3600.
Wreck Dance: Boys and girls ages 10 and up; sponsored by the City
of Wilton Manors, 8 to 10 p.m. Cost: $4. Call 390-2130.
Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsmen Association: General
meeting, 6:30 p.m. Call 782-8293.
Broadwalk Concert Series: Hollywood Beach Theater. Call 921-
3404.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood Street Dance, 7 p.m. Free. Call
921-3400.
Progressive Bridge: Every Friday; sponsored by the City of Holly-
wood, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Cost: $1 per person. Call 921-3408.

Saturday, Oct. 29
Navy Ball: Lighthouse Point Yacht Club. Call 785-1086.

Sunday, Oct. 30
Beach Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m. Call 926-
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By VIVIAN MARINO
AP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) Warm breezes guiding your sails
around the bay. Weekend boat parties filled with food, music
and snorkeling. Water skiing on the lake. Fishing with your
buddies. These are nautical dreams.
If you're tempted to turn them into reality, ponder this as
well: There were 6,335 reported accidents involving recre-
ational boats, 800 related fatalities and more than $20 million
in subsequent property damage last year alone.
Although low in comparison with other modes of trans-
portation, the frequency of boating incidents underscores the
importance of obtaining good insurance for what will likely be
the biggest purchase in a lifetime next to buying a home.7
"If you lose your boat or equipment and you have no
insurance, you lose everything," said C.T. "Skip" Moyer III,
a veteran boater from Annapolis, Md., who recently had
$1,200 in equipment stolen from his 37-foot Tartan. His
insurer replaced the lost items almost immediately, he said.
Unlike automobiles, there are no state insurance or licens-
ing laws for recreational boats. Lenders, however, will require
at the very least protection against boat loss or damage. Many
marinas also may insist on minimum coverage.
There are many factors to consider when buying insur-
ance, including personal liability, medical coverage, coverage
for equipment stored away from the boat, even towing services
when a vessel becomes disabled.
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While most people get the urge to
buy [boat insurance] in the summer,
Serious shopping doesn't begin until
the fall or winter, when many cities
host annual boat shows.

getting the best policy with the appropriate carrier?
"You really should shop around. Two-thousand compa-
nies offer some type of boat insurance, no two of which are the
same," said Jim Nolan, who handles underwriting at the Boat
Owners Association of the United States in Alexandria, Va.
A good time to start thinking about insurance is when
you've narrowed down your search for a boat. While most
people get the urge to buy in the summer, serious shopping
doesn't begin until the fall or winter, when many cities host
annual boat shows. Sales are usually finalized by the spring.
Kathleen F. O'Reilly, president of the Washington-based
National Insurance ConsumerOrganization, recommends first
contacting the insurance company or agent with whom you
have your homeowners or auto policy.
"Chances are you can get a discount if you take your
boating insurance with them as well," she said.
At least one company, Continental Insurance in New
York, offers a program that combines, auto, boat and
homeowners insurance in a single policy.


You won't get adequate protection through homeowners
insurance alone, since most policies limit coverage to up to
$1,000, or 10 percent of a boat's value, whichever is smaller.
But owners of smaller boats, usually 16 feet and under,
may get extended coverage through an "endorsement" to their
homeowners' policies. The cost depends largely on where the
boat is navigated.
In the Great Lakes region,-for example, it might cost an
extra $1.50 to $2 per $100 value to insure a motor boat under
your homeowners policy, according to Jeanne Salvatore, a
spokesperson for the Insurance Information Institute in New
York. That same boat in Florida, where usage is likely to
increase, might cost $3 per $100 value.
Liability coverage could run an additional $35 to $100 a
year, she said.
Separate boat or yacht insurance, though, is needed for
larger vessels. There are essentially two types of insurance for
these boats.
Actual cash value policies pay out what a boat and
equipment are valued at today, minus depreciation. Agreed
value policies -which usually cost a bit more but are often
recommended pay out what it costs to replace the property
at current prices, Nolan said.
Most policies also include coverage for liability, limited
medical insurance, towing and damage caused by uninsured
boaters. Additional coverage can be purchased for a boat trailer
and certain equipment that might not be kept on the vessel.
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Boat Insurance From Page 13
"You can custom design it. You can buy additional cover-
age or delete certain coverage," Nolan said.
Moyer, the Annapolis boater who is also executive direc-
tor of the American Boat and Yacht Council in Edgewater, Md.,
thinks towing coverage is especially important.
"It's a little like AAA," he said. "If your engine breaks
down ... or if your boat hits something under water, it can be
very expensive to get you back to shore." (Ninety-five percent
of all insurance claims stem from hitting submerged objects,
insurers say.)
Just as policies vary, so do costs. Rates are based on several
risk factors: the type of boat being insured; its age and value;
where it's used and stored, known as the navigational zone;
how often it's used; and the skill of those operating it.
For instance, it costs about 50 percent less to insure
sailboats than power boats as well as boats used primarily on


lakes and protected bodies of water than in coastal waters.
Also, a boat stored out of the water off season is less expensive
than one docked in the water year-round.
Moyer says he pays $450 a year to insure his 37-foot
sailboat and two dinghies, which he purchased 2.5 years ago
for $70,000. His policy has a $700 deductible, which is 1
percent of the boat's value.
A slightly cheaper rate can be had by increasing the
deductible to 2 percent of a vessel's value, the maximum
allowed by most lenders.
Many insurers will also offer discounts of between 10
percent and 20 percent to boat owners who have successfully
taken recognized safety courses, such as those offered by the
Coast Guard or the U.S. Power Squadrons.
At the same time, rates can be driven up by a poor
automobile driving record, according to Michael J. Smith, a
vice president at Global Marine Insurance Agency, based in
Traverse City, Mich.


"They look at whether you have tickets or accidents. It's an
indication of your ability to operate a machine safely," Smith
said.
Keep in mind, too, that there often are several restrictions
attached to a policy. A craft, for instance, may not be covered if
loss or damage occurs from normal wear and tear. And coverage
may be voided if the vessel is used commercially or operated
outside U.S. and Canadian coastal waters.
If you're planning a trip to Mexico or the Caribbean, you
likely will have to purchase extended coverage for the duration
of the trip, costing anywhere from 5 percent to 25 percent of
annual premiums, according to Rick Weidman, director for
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But forget about getting extended coverage for the hurricane
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"We would politely tell them to get coverage elsewhere ...
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Ongoing study checks for toxins in country's water supply


Water Quality From Page 10
are drinking improperly treated water.
Congress has grappled for months with legislation that would
rewrite the federal drinking water law.
These monthly visits to various streams allow researchers to
monitor the volume and condition of water, see how it changes in
various seasons and weatherconditions, and toestablish baseline for
comparison in the future.


"We want to see over a long period of time what the stream is
doing, how it is changing," explained Zappia, who concentrates on
bugs, fish, algae and other life forms in the water.
The Accotink was low during this visit, just a few feet across and
an easy wade, with only occasional pools more than afootortwo deep.
But when the water is up to the banks it can be a raging torrent,
20 feet or more across. Bank tops rose six feet above the mud flat
where the work was going on, with exposed roots and toppled trees


as evidence of high water not long past
Streamflow at this site ranges between 1 cubic foot per second
and 1,000 cubic feet per second. "We do whatever it takes" to get the
samples, Zappia explained, pressing a plastic "scum getter" onto a
rock to scrape off a sample of algae.
And indeed, the researchers struggle with discomfort. Sweat
dampened Zappia's black knit Geological Survey shirt as he worked
in heavy rubber waders.


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-Regatta From Page 3
we receive support the upkeep of our boats," he said. "I'm
retired and living off my savings. Alex has a day job."
Dosh has sent letters to all regatta entrants, telling them
about his organization's plan to clean up the park and asking
for donations. The missive states that if the litter problem
continues, Biscayne National Park officials could cancel the
regatta.
Dosh said he heard about the threat from sources close to
the race. But Chief Park Ranger Wayne Elliott said it's not
true.
"That statement is totally false," Elliot said. "However,
we want to commend Bay Sweep on what they are trying to do.
We think it's outstanding."
The litter from the race includes beer bottles, soda cans
and plastic utensils. What doesn't sink ends up on the shoreline
and covers wildlife feeding areas. The debris also endangers
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Rutledge said.
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Up close
The 40th Annual Columbus Day Regatta will be held Oct. 8
and 9. In the event of adverse weather, an alternative date has been
set for Oct. 15 and 16.
Entry fees are $60 per boat. The deadline to enter is 7 p.m.
Oct. 1.
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courses that vary in length from 10.5 to 19.5 miles. The course will
begin off Dinner Key and in Coconut Grove and end north of Elliot
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Also at the regatta, Bay Sweep International Inc. will have
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Listed below are restaurants offering dockage to
their patrons. If we have left out your favorite restaurant,
let us know by calling (305) 524-9450.

Broward County-
*15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort Lauder-
dale, 620' 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 Bay: 1318 N. Ocean Dr. Hollywood, ICW;.400' dock
and 6' draft at low tide. 926-1003.
*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, Light-
house 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,
city dockage available; 7' draft. 523-0177.
*Cherrystones, 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.
*Downtowner Saloon: 10 South New River Drive East; east of
the Andrews Avenue Bridge; Fort Lauderdale city docks avail-
able on a first come, first serve basis; 7' draft; takes boats up to
70 feet. Call 463-9800.
*Down Under, 3000 East Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
ICW, 150' dock, 8-10' draft. 563-4123.


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*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.
*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.
*Martha's, 6024 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, 1000' dock, 6'
draft low tide. 923-5444.
*Mombasa Bay, 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
Oakland Park Blvd Bridge, 70' dock, 13' high tide. 565-7441.
*Pal's Charley's Crab, 1755 SE 3rd CT, Deerfield Beach,
ICW, 80 slips, 6-7" draft. 427-4000.
*Pelican Pub, 2635 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach,
Hillsboro Inlet, 36' dock, 6' draft low tide. 785-8550.
*R.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
ICW, 200' dock, 8' draft low tide. 763-5502 or VHF channel
16.
*Riverview Restaurant, 1741 Riverview Rd., Deerfield
Beach, Hillsboro Blvd & ICW, 140' dock, 5' draft at low tide.
Call 428-3463 for dockage reservations.
*Roadhouse Grill, 3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauder-
dale; ICW, renovated 260' dock with bumpers; 10-12' draft
low tide. 772-3777.
*Ruffys, 2300 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW, 20 slips,
16' beam, about 4' draft low tide. 923-7977
*Rustic Inn, 4331 Ravenswood Road, Fort Lauderdale, 200'
dock, 3' draft, boats under 30' only. 584-1637.
*Shirttail Charlie's,400 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, New
River, 100' face dock and 7 slips, 10' draft. 463-3474.
*Shooters, 3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 350'
dock shared with Bootleggors, 8' draft low tide. 305 566-
2855.
*Terrace Garden, Pier 66, 2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauder-
dale, 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.


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*Bay Side Market Place, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
Biscayne Bay, 15 slips, up to 50',12' draft low tide, no
overnight dockage, first come, first serve. 577-3344, marina::
579-6955 or VHF channels 17 and 25..
*Bay View Restaurant, 1633 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami, dock
at Biscayne Bay Marriott, 160 slips, 7' draft. 374-3900.
*BC Chong, 9601 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor, 50' dock,
5' draft. 866-8888.
*Billy's on the Bay, 1601 79th St. Causeway, Miami,
Biscayne Bay, moorings available. Call ahead. 866-9038.
*Bruzzi Restaurant, 3599 NE 20th St.; Shoppes at the
Waterways, No. Miami Beach, 360' dock, 20' draft. 937-
2400.
*Fisherman's Dell Delight, Haulover Marine Center, 15000
Collins Ave. Miami Beach, 30', 4.5' draft. 945-3934.
*Hooligan's Pub & Oyster Bar, 3025 NE 188th St., No.
Miami Beach, 15 slips, up to 42' boat, 10' draft. 305 936-
0007.
*Joe's Seafood, 400 NW New River Dr., Miami River, 4
slips, boats up to 60', 8-10' draft. 374-5637.
*Lagoon Restaurant & Lounge, 488 Sunny Isles Blvd.,
North Miami near 163rd Street Bridge, 7 slips available after
6 p.m., 8' draft low tide. 947-6661.
*Langosta Beach, 1279 NE 79th St. Causeway, Miami. 751-
1200; about 15 slips available with bumper rails; takes boats
up to 60', 6' draft low tide, 9' high tide.
*Mike Gordons Seafood Restaurant, 1201 NE 79th St.,
Miami, up to 68', 4 slips, marked channel. 3 1/2' draft low
tide. 751-4429.
*Monty Trainer's, 2560 South Bayshore, 150 slips, 7' draft
high tide. 856-3992.
*Salty's, 1080 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 945-6065.
*Shooters, 3969 163rd St., west side of ICW, North Miami,
450' dock, 7-12' draft. 949-2855.
*Tony Chans Water Club, 1717 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami,
dock at the Biscayne Bay Marriott, 160 slips,' 7' draft,
dockage fee. 374-3900.
*Tuna's Waterfront Grill, 17201 Biscayne Boulevard, Maule
Lake Marina, North Miami Beach; 8-11' draft, takes boats up
to 144 feet. Call 945-2567.
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By KAREN STOW
Waterfront News Writer
My own love for peppers has greatly influenced my
cooking. The robust flavors of the sweet red, yellow, orange
and purple peppers are a welcome highlight to any dish.
Luckily, where ever my sailing travels take me be it the
Caribbean or the states peppers are readily available.
I especially like the earthy flavors of the Roasted Red
Pepper and Garlic Dip, a fine recipe to add to your hours
d'oeuvre repertoire. To continue the peppery theme, Roasted
Red Pepper Soup, with its rich flavor and optical appeal, is a
wonderful starter to a special dinner party, followed by hearty
Southwestern Stuffed Peppers.

Roasted Red Pepper and Garlic Dip
1 small head of garlic
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 large sweet red pepper
1 cup ricotta cheese, well drained
5 fresh basil leaves
Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place garlic in an oven-proof
baking dish and drizzle with oil. Roast for about 30 minutes.
Set garlic aside to cool and preheat broiler.
Place pepper on a broiler pan and broil until charred on all
sides. Put the pepper inside a closed brown paper bag for five
minutes to steam. Peel skin and deseed.
Meanwhile, cut the top off the head of garlic and squeeze
the garlic paste into a food processor or blender. Add pepper,
ricotta cheese and basil leaves. Puree'until smooth. Season
with salt and pepper to taste.
I serve the dip in a hollowed yellow or green pepper
surrounded by carrot, celery and cucumber sticks. Garnish dip
with a sprig of fresh basil. Makes about 1 1/2 cups.

Roasted Red Pepper Soup
3 red or green peppers choose one color
3 yellow peppers
1 clove minced garlic
2 cups homemade or good quality chicken broth
1/4 cup olive oil


2 teaspoons Italian flat leaf parsley, chopped
Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste

Preheat broiler. Place peppers on broiler pan and broil
until charred on all sides, about five minutes each side. Steam
peppers in a closed brown paper bag for five minutes. Peel and
deseed peppers and separate by color.
In a food processor, add the red or green peppers, half the
minced garlic and one-eighth cup olive oil. Puree mixture,
adding enough chicken broth to make a smooth, creamy
consistency. Salt and pepper to taste. Repeat the same process
for the yellow peppers.
To serve the soup, ladle red or green pepper in one half of
the bowl. Ladle yellow into the other half. With the tip of a
knife, swirl a spiral design starting in the center of a bowl.
Garnish soup with parsley. The soup can either be served hot
or cold.

I especially like the earthy flavors
of the Roasted Red Pepper and
Garlic Dip, a fine recipe to add to
your hors d'oeuvre repertoire.


Southwestern Stuffed Peppers
4 whole red peppers
4 whole yellow peppers
1/2 pound ground turkey or beef


2 teaspoons olive oil
2 cloves minced garlic
1/3 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup each of chopped red and yellow pepper
1/2 cup summer squash, diced small
1/2 cup zucchini squash, diced small
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
1 4 1/2 ounces canned chopped green chilies
2 teaspoons chopped fresh cilantro
2 8 ounce cans Picante tomato juice
8 ounce orzo, rice-shaped pasta
8 cups chicken broth
1/4 cup sliced black olives for garnish (optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly coat a 13 X 9 baking
dish with non stick vegetable spray. In a large saucepan bring
six cups of water to a rapid boil. Cut the tops of peppers. Clean
and deseed. Parboil the peppers for two minutes. Plunge into
cold water and drain.
In a large saucepan, bring the chicken broth to a rapid boil.
Add the orzo and cook to the desired package directions, drain
and set aside.
In a large skillet brown meat. Remove from skillet, drain
and set aside. In the same skillet, over medium heat, add oil,
garlic and onions and saute for five minutes. Remove skillet
from stove.
Combine the vegetables, orzo, turkey, salt, pepper, cumin,
cilantro, green chilies, half the cheese and one cup of tomato
juice. Adjust seasonings to taste. Spoon mixture into peppers
and place into the prepared baking dish.
Top each pepper with remaining cheese and drizzle pep-
pers and baking dish with remaining tomato juice. Bake for 30
minutes.
Place one yellow and one red pepper on each plate.
Garnish with chopped black olives and a sprig of fresh cilantro.
Serves four.

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Leg of lamb benefits from lemon and rosemary


By NANCY LYONS
Waterfront News Food Writer
Consider the wonderful culinary treats that could be
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winter evenings ahead.
Great taste, no matter what it is you're cooking, is
simply a matter of mixing the right marinade and buying
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Lemon and Rosemary
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6 to 7 pound leg of lamb, bone in
8 cloves garlic, cut in slivers
2 teaspoons dried rosemary or a handful of fresh sprigs
2 lemons thinly sliced
Freshly ground pepper


Our lamb and eggplant kabobs offer
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Make tiny slits over fat with tip of pointed knife.
Sprinkle lamb with rosemary and cover with overlapping
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Place a drip pan under coals. Place meat on grill, cover
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thermometer registers 145 degrees.
Serves eight.
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3 pound boneless lamb trimmed
8 Oriental eggplants
1/2 cup olive oil
3 to 5 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley
2 tablespoons coriander
2 teaspoons chili powder
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon ground cumin
2 cups chopped tomatoes
In a small bowl stir together lime juice, oil, garlic,
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By JENNIE BERMAN
Waterfront News Columnist
Neil Simon's classic The Odd Couple continues on the
Jupiter Theatre stage minus an original lead actor. Bernie
Kopell, formerly of the Love Boat, had to bow out of the role
as slob Oscar Madison for personal reasons. Taking his place
in the show's last week is Richard Akins, Jupiter's executive
producer. William Christopher, formerly ofM*A*S*H* fame,
remains in the role of neatik Felix Ungar.
To reserve for dinner and show call (407) 746-5566.
*John Patrick's The HastyHeartfills the stage at Caldwell
Theatre Company through Oct. 16. Both profoundly moving
and hilarious, this is the comic story of arrogant, young Scot
soldier who discovers the true meaning of love and friendship
while recuperating at a British Army hospital in Burma during
World War II. Audiences fall in love with the stubborn but
lonely Scot sergeant Lachlen, also cheering the good-natured
American soldier, Yank, and his fellow British, African and
Australian patients as they and the hospital nurse set out to win
the biggest battle of all the battle of the.human heart.
Performances take place weekends 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, 7 p.m. on Sunday, along with 2 p.m. matinees
Saturday and Sunday. Call 462-5433.
*The Public Theatre's 1994-'95 season opens with Em-
braceable Gershwin, a musical review of the life of George
Gershwin, which runs to Oct. 16 at the Main Library Theatre,
100 S. Andrews Ave in Fort Lauderdale. Performances take
place Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Saturday
and Sunday at 2 p.m.
The review focuses on Gershwin's home life, his drive to
write songs and his unending search for the perfect woman. The
score includes "Our Love is Here to Stay, "Let's Call the Whole
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*The Drama Center, 2345 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield
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The review focuses on Gershwin's
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For more information, call 570-9115.
*Opus Playhouse in Coral Springs has scheduled the
musical Manhattan Mama playing Oct. 21 to Nov. 6; the
comedy Cheaters Dec. 2-18; the musical King ofSchnorrers
takes the stage Jan. 6-22; the comedy, Mixed Doubles Feb. 17
to March 5; The Cocktail Hour, March 24 to April 9, and
closing the season, They're Playing Our Song, April 28 to
May 14.
Tickets for all six shows range from $68 to $91. For more
information call 753-7070.


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ENGRAVING
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GULF PLATING, INC.
SINCE 1955
305/467-9751
518 S.W. First Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33301


The Lommerse Group
lSpecialists in Marine Insurance
We Offer Personalized Service at Competitive Rates
Private Pleasure Commercial Marine
Charter Usage Excursion Boats
Performance Boats Personal Watercraft



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/\ CANVAS, INC.
Custom Canvas
Biminis
Dodgers
SCanvas Hardware
Frame Modification & Repairs
Sunbrella Acrylic
GoretexThread
S316 L Stainless
205 SW 7th Ave. 305 763 7423


DOUG'S MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service

Major or Minor Repairs
Euro Conversions & Refits

Serving :Broward, Palm Beach & Dade
305 463 4749


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"If *he Shoe Fits, Repair It"
MODERN SHOE REPAIR
Florida's First Factory Aurhorized Repair Station
Sperry Top-Siders
We Ship Your "Re-Newed" Shoes Anywhere
* Custom Fabrication & Recovering of Fender Hooks
10% DISCOUNT WITH THIS CARD
Hrs. 9 A.M. 5:30 P.M. Mon. thru Fri.
1421 S. Andrews Ave. (305) 524-9409
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33316 Est. 1928
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Yacht and Diving Services
Voice/Fax 305-523-0495
Pager 305-875-4613
Management for Absentee Owners
Since 1987
757 S.1. 17l1 Street, Suite 250
Fort Iauderdale, FI', 33316

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Professional Boat Cleaning & Maintenance
Reasonable Rates Licensed & Insured

DeTa 1ils
VA C-IT SER V1ICE
Pager: (305) 631-0569 Office: (305) 731-3690
Scheduled Maintenance Wash & Chamois Dry
Wax Polish Varnish &Teak Care Interiors


PIPING SYSTEMS
To Class ABS, Lloyd's, etc. in stainless
steel, coppernickel, titanium.
U.S. & Metric bending dies to 5".
Design, fabrication & installation.
THE JOHN P DOWNS CO, INC.
The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800 ,


4910 N.E. 11th Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale
(305) 491-3327


New Designs
Re-styling


Marine environment
contaminants
damage sails
reducing their
performance and
life expectancy


project Management
Cockpits/Extensions
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Member Society of Naval Archltedfs-&' '(305) 922-7781
S Mrine Engineers':,: :. ':(305) 523-6042
.. Beeper (305) 286:2695


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IrJ Agency, Inc.
"THE RIGHT CaHOIC WHEN IT COMES To M.~Rfih INSURAtiE"
A+ Rated Carriers
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Maritime &
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A Full Service Agency
SCorporate and Domestic *
Specialized Investigations & Assistance
Free Initial Consultation
"We Can Solve Your Problems -Ashore & Afloat"
U.S. & Caribbean
David N. Kellerman, Capt. USMS
Agency Lic No. A9300327 24 hrs. 305/480-4055

TRUE'S MARINE GLASS & MIRROR

iH an 1
GLASS SPECIALIST
Serving Distinctive Homes & Yachtsfor over 40 years
ROSS J. KOERBER
Glass Etching Table Tops Mirrored Wall Systems High Security Glass
Marine Windows in Tempered or Laminated Glass nd Curved Acrylic Plastic
S.Tub & Shower Enclosures
Ask your decorator or call us direct
467-7005 101 S.W. 15th Street Fax 467-3712
467-7159 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 CC# 92-6624-G-X



Water Taxi.
305-565.5507
Call for information on: Pub-Crawls, Group Tours,
Charters, and our Luxury Water Limo
SWater Taxi... the most unique way to get there!
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ENGINEERING & DESIGN
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Highest Yacht Quality.
Custom designed & engineered for
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The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800


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(305) 491-5296
Licensed and Insured
CC# 86-948


Docks, Decks, Pilings & Seawalls
Installed & Repaired
Underwater Maintenance & Construction
Props, Shafts, Underwater Hull Repair & Cleaning
24 HOUR SERVICE
SERVING S. FLA & THE CARIBBEAN

MARINE CAPENTERS


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Custom Yacht & Residential Carpentry
Teak Decks & Cover Boards Custom Electric Panels
Transducers & Swim Platforms Kitchen Cabnets
Wall Units & Vanities Corian/Mica Resurfacing
Charles Ficarotta-President
817 N.E. 3rd Street, Dania, Florida 33004
Phone: 305-922-3221 Beeper. 305-897-1255

Used

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V-I Marine
Gear
541 West Avenue
Miami Beach
_ss_ (305)534-4137

|Your Flotsam & Jetsam is worth cash


FRANK & JIMMIE'S
PROPELLER SHOP
Serving South Florida Marine Business since 1947
ALL UNDERWATER RUNNING GEAR
SHAFTS STRUTS RUDDERS PROPELLERS
NEW SALES
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
PHONE 305/467-7723
1-800-228-6077
100 S.W. 6th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301


Femando Espinoza
Office 681-0048
Beeper 996- 6426


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Hull Cleanings Prop & Shafts Replacement
Mechanical Work Diesel Engines
Licensed & Insured
Complete Mobile Dockside Service


18 YEARS EXPERIENCE NO JOB TOO SMALL

Jack Daley
YACHT REFINISHING
1250 S.W. 51 TERR.
PLANTATION, FL
COMPLETE PAINT (305) 791-6767
VARNISH AWLGRIP
TEAK WORK Pager
LIGHT CARPENTRY 355-1224


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GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE
Complete Maintenance
Wash A Towel Dry
Teak Cleaning, Oiling, Sanding and Varnishing
Custom Waxing
Weekly & Bi-monthly Services
P. Box 10081
Pompano Beach, FL 33061 p 305) 781-6861


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COMPLIMENTARY PORTFOLIO REVIEW
COMPUTER DESIGN AVAILABLE
BROWARD* DADE* (305) 786-1188 PALM BEACH


(305) 522-2524
Beeper: (305) 896-7475
Roland Salerno
MASTER SALVAGE OVER


UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE
Bottoms Props Zincs Inspections
U/W Photos & Video Hull & Boat Refinishing
Custom Bottom Painting
981 S.E 20th St A-45, Box 9 Ft. Lauderdale. FL 33316




BLISTER PROBLEMS?
Efficient smooth gelcoat stripper
and complete barrier systems.

Osmotech of South Florida, Inc.
462-7560
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RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL -UCENSED/INSURED
Boat Spraying & Rodent Control

BROWARD
3304 S.W. 14 Street 305I583-8777
Ft. Lauderdale, F 33312-3656
Beeper: 992-8777


MASTER YACHT PEFINISHIRS
Inside / Outside Maintenance


* Varnish Work
* Polishing
* Buffing


Brian Smith


SUNSHINE
YACHT SALES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGEABLE ETHICAL
LICENSED & BONDED

PATRICK LEE
"Your Full Service Broker"
(305) 94-YACHT Fax: 305-944-7173
(305) 949-2248 Beeper: 305-231-3666


DAVE GILLEN
DIESEL & MARINE SERVICES
FACTORY TRAINED IN GAS &
DIESEL ENGINES & GENERATORS
Well-Equipped Shop
Dockage to 110 feet
Mobile Service
Call 305 797 0094
Broward & Dade Counties



Hydraulics
CUSTOM DESIGNED IIYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
Engineering On-site trouble-shooting Repair

Dealers for Vickers, Sundstrand & Rexroth
11IE JOHN IT DOWNS CO. INC.
The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800 .


* Engine Detailing, Etc.
* Quality Work
* References Available

(305) 720-8005
Pager (305) 777-8406


5921 Ravenswood Road B-3 Ph. 305-964-3474
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 Beeper 875-3239
UNLIMITED MARINE POWER INC.
Marine Engine Specialist
Sales Install Service
All Major Brands
I/O Merc Volvo Shop Service
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Mail or stop by at: 1900 SE 15th St.
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33316 FIRST
L (305) 523-8507 IN QUALITY


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Yacht Brokerage


1990 Beneteau 38 performance cruer.
Two staterooms, two heads. Ready to go
with all the moorins upgrades.
Only $89,000
'90 3255 Beneteau.....-try $46,000
'87 34' Beneteau Blue n CaL..$89,000
'89 CSY 33' Cutter..-.........61,900
'89 Beneteau Oceanis 390..$89,000
'90 Beneteau 38' Perf. Cruser.$89,000
'88 Catana 37 Catamaran-.$78,000
'93 F.P. Antlgua7 Cat-.try $169,000
'88 Catana 39 Cat--.... $128,000
'89 Jeanneau Sun Charm 39..79,000
'89 Jeantot Privilege 39...$150,000
'90 GraalCat 42.....--..$200,000
'88 Beneteau 432 ......-.$90,000


1990 Beneteau 3255 fast cruber with
Euro-nterior and los ofextras. Boats
availablein Florida or down-island.
From $50,000
'91 Hunter 43- -....- try $115,000
'89 Hylas 44 Center Cockpit...$169,500
'90 Jeanneau Sur Magic 44..114,400
'77 Camper-Nlcholson 44.. _.$98,000
'88 Privilege 48 Catamaran.$150,000
'89 Beneteau Oceanis 500-.-$176,000
'89 Catalina 50. t.. ry $200,000
'90 Jeaaneau Sun Odyssey 51..$231,000
'82 Pearson 530 ........-$197,000
'90 Lagoon 55 Catamaran..try $440,000
'91 Dynamlque 58........try $375,000


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Why are Livingstons
such popular family boats?
Because they are designed
with three key characteris-
tics in mind:
Stability. Safety.
Performance.
Stability to handle
all waters with confidence
and comfort. Safety that
comes from built-in foam flo-
tation, high freeboard and in-
credible Twin-V hull stability.
And low drag for eye-popping
Performance.
It's a mix of superior
qualities that has made the
Livingston boat the choice of
over 40,000 families in North
America.
The Livingston
Twin V-Hull.
The Patented Key to a
Superior Family Boat.
First applied to
mass production by
Livingston, the Twin-V Hull
has revolutionized the dinghy
concept. At speed, twin
"V" hulls and a center skeg
create an air cushion tunnel.
Combined with a softened
chine, molded-in strakes and
wide beam, the result is a
soft, stable ride in virtually all


Handling is crisp
and quick. And the inherently
low drag means brisk accel-
eration and higher speeds
with smaller, more economi-
cal motors.
But above all else,
the Twin-V Hull means stabil-
ity. Incredible stability.
In one test, three
good-sized anglers repeat-
edly cast from the same side
of a Livingston 12'.
The result? Minimal
heel and exceptional stability.


Try that in most other 12
footers and you'd be swim-
ming.
In fact, one
Livingston model has been
USCG approved for rescue
duty and is serving with the
Washington State
Ferry System.


From $595.


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BERTRAMS SINCE 1965 UNDER LICENSE. NOW THE COMPANY IS
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Dealer Inquiries Welcome


Now Available in the U.S.A.


Tel. (305) 463-5400 Fax (305) 463-8505


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Family Business Since 1969
*New Construction .
*Inspection Reports
-Seawall Repairs DJ
-Docks
.Pilings
-Custom Wood
-Backyard Landscaping ..-.
Cert of Competency President Bob Cooper
S i80-3 587-2628
S 3500 FIELD ROAD, FORT LAUDERDALE



of Florida Coip.
Mooring Whips,
Dock Fenders and ClIeas,
Boat-Lifts and Davits

1590 N. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach, FL 33062
S(305) 942-0200

CHATTAHOOCHEE
SPECIALIST
Pressure Cleaning Resealling Installation
Patios Pool Decks Driveways Walkways
Wood Decks and Docks Pressure
Cleaned, Sealed or Stained)
Call Bob For "Free" Estimates

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Serving the Boating
Community since 1980
ORDOVA TRAVEL
1552 CORDOVA RD. FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. 33316
PHONE: 3Q5-523-1552 FAX: 305-523-1.124
1-800-940-1552


SHate Housework?
Call Anna; 920-5499
Your Personal Cleaning Professional
For All House & Interior Yacht Cleaning
1st Class Work in the Old World Latin Tradition


Reliable
Affordable Rates
References Available


Call Anna
HGS Cleaning Group
333 Elm Street
Hollywood, FL 33019
305/920-5499


Celtic
Cleaning
Services
lWeS Crislh hiads are cleaning...
Syor eyes will be smilii'l
Varnishing & Prep Work
Offices Homes Boats Ironing Service Available
Call Kathleen -- 462,0832



Are you bothered by: Allergies
Odors Itchy Eyes Dry Skin
Mold Migraines *Asthma
The indoor air you're breathing
may be making you ill!
CallA.D.A. (305) 428-0458 1-800-472-6850
FREE ESTIMATES YACHTS HOMES


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SMALL BUSINESS SPECIALIST
*Individual, Corporation, Partnership
*Federal & State Tax Preparation
*Patroll Service & Returns
*Bookkeeping/Accounting Services
Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly
*Computerized Accounting Service
"Free Consultation New Business"
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 -
(305) 467-7410


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515 Seabreeze Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
305-467-1001 Fax 305-462-3110
*Airport Service *Corporate Accts *.Weddings
*Bar/Bat Mitzvah *Anniversaries *Dinners
*Theater Packages *Performing Arts Joe Robbie Events
Miami Arena Kravis Center Sunrise Musical *
Marlins-Heat-Panthers Miami Beach Convention Center
West Palm Beach Auditorium *
Major Credit Cards Accepted
* TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ALL AREA EVENTS *
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The Equitable Life Assurace Society

PENSIONS LIFE DISABILITY
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TAX-FREE INVESTMENTS
HEALTH INSURANCE
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400 Hollywood ld. Office (305) 967-6988
Suite 705 Soth Bper (305) 354-6621
Hollywood, 33021 F (305)%963-5094


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300 Avenue of the Arts
SW 7th Ave.
Ft. LauderdaCe, FL 33312


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STEERING OR CONTROLS PROBLEM?
Call Detone's Mar. Serv. Inc. 305-665-5348.
AII types & makes. Lie & 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 18 yrs exp.
Sal/Power. DOCKSIDE REPAIR. Diesel/Gas.
General maintenance-troubleshooting. Fair
prices. Call Marc 587-5590
ABOVE BOARD CONTROLS, INC.
Installation & repair of all
controls & steering
M.M.C. Electric, Morse, Hynautic.
305-791-6382 / Beeper: 305-497-0306


Shop/Dockside Services
Fast, Reasonable, Guaranteed
Mechanical or Electrical on Inboard,
Outboard, I/O Outdrive Repairs.
Office: 783-4966 Reener A-42-w


NEED AN EXTRA HAND?
Quality work at prices you can live with -
by the hour, day, or yrly maint gen yacht
repair brightwork, painting, detailing, teak
work comp/waxing.
Call 527-5602.

VARNISHING & AWLGRIP BOAT REPAIR &
Refinishing work done carefully at your
dock. Call for free estimate. Ph 467-3061.
GUARANTEED MARINE REPAIRS
Engines-Gas.Diesel, Electrical, Hull,
General Maintenance, Troubleshoot, Repair,
Repower, Refit, dockside or our yard.
Call 305-584-1345 Beep=519-3234.
WORK FLOATS- delivered, extremely stable
design, for waxing, etc. $20/day. 467-1229.
COURTESY FLAGS
Super Bon Voyage & Christmas gifts
12"x18" from $10
Owners burgers, signals, fun flags, too.
Buy from flagmaker for savings.
Christine Davis Flags
923 SE 20th St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
305-527-1605

B&P MARINE ENTERPRISES

Dockside service at fair prices
A/C Refrig Electrical Plumbing


728-9706


* 772-6461


Soft Pad Grinding
Epoxy Seal Application
Blister & Fiberglass Repair
Hull Refit
$15 Per Hour
TOM FLAHERTY 940-8859




TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service parts. All makes. 764-6192
AIR CONDITIONING SPECIAL
TECHNICOLDO 16,000 BTU, 2-yr warranty.
$1395. RICH BEERS MARINE 305-764-6192.
CRUISAIR Authorized refrig & A/C sales
& service Sun Power Diesel 522-4775



\ ENGINEERING CO

SALES SERVICE
All Makes
Serving South Florida
Call Jim Galligan
(305) 941-1485

(800) 424-3005



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


Bottom cleaned &
scraped Hull compound wax
in water... your dock. & polish
990/ft. $5.50/ft.


DETAILS Yacht Service


One-Call Professional Boat Care
Wash Wax P'olish Teak Varnish
Brightwork Interiors Maintenance
-Licensed & Insured (305)731-3690




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CAPT. DON MOHLER
University Grad. Instructor
Pilot*Diver*Radar Cert.
Deliveries Mgmt Maintenance
From Chicago to Curacao
25 yrs Experience
SEAGULL ENTERPRISES, Inc.
For free brochure
Call $305)938-0564






DIVER DAVE
Complete underwater maintenance
bottom cleaning, props changed.
Office 963-6325 Beeper 546-7765


Canvas continued from previous column
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. Biminis, Cushions & Carpet
Runners. Fabrics & Supplies.
Free Est Office: 832-9443
CUSTOM FITTED SHEETS & BEDSPREADS
MERLE STEWART DESIGNS
209 SW 7 Ave. Ft Laud. 305-764-4425




GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & bi-monthly service.
Call 305-781-6861
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES- boats
offices houses. Prep & varnish work.
Kathleen 462-0832.
YACHT POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock.
Call R B. Bailey at 921-8286.
VARNISHING & AWLGRIP BOAT REPAIR &
Refinishing work done carefully at your
dock. Call for free estimate. Call 467-3061.
DOMESTIC SERVICES- reliable references
on req homes boats comm
reasonable rates Call 583-5538
AT YOUR SERVICE- dependable yacht
detailing 15 yrs in Ft Lauderdale.
Call Rico @ 524-9758 Fax=522-4460.

DO YOU NEED IT?
Home*Boat*Office Cleaning
Prop. MaintL Errands.
Secretarial Services Personal Assistance.
Call Ann 764-6597. Refs Avail.
Prefer SE/SW Ft Lauderdale


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.
Rt, dino 763-4783 Beeper: 231-0147


QUALITY BOAT LETTERING GOLD
LEAFING. Reliable service with satisfaction
guaranteed. Claudia 920-0533.587-7801eve


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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 MAINTENANCE
LICENSED/INSURED NAVY DIVER
Office:305-931-3635.Beeper:364-5206
ALL WORK GUARANTEED



Bottom cleaned & scraped 99cents foot.
Full Detailing & Diving Service.
Ship Shape Marine
(305) 781-7447





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
Fax: (305)772-3625




AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job
too big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. 782-0193 Philip.
DOUG's MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service, Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewiring & Euro Conversions 305-463-4749




CAPTAIN's LICENSE TUTORING $250 for
Dade & Broward class schedules call 305-
466-3123 or 787-0000. You too ladies!
TUTORING NEEDED Preparing for Capt exam
in South Miami, evenings. Call 665-9699


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NOTICES


FOR SALE


OCTOBER 1994- MT. APAE 2


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economically
restored to last for
many years

GUARANTEED

SINCE 1965
Permanent casing
CALL PAPWORTH IND.
COLLECT FT. LAUD.
305-525-7411 or
toll free at 1-800-524-7411
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.
JET STAR MARINE 305-783-4966-422-4935




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




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
Rnow at 799-R6o9


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 80OO-QR4-6RRi


CLARKE MARINE SURVEYORS
ALL MARINE SURVEYS INS SPECIALIST
305-467-8436 Consuiltant nnR800-346-9


INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL
Surveyed for all major marine ins co's
D. Brizendine. MS 524-R866


AL VIRELLI MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase
surveys, finance appraisals & insurance
valuations SAIL & POWER 983-4540


MARINE SURVEYOR- power & sail.
Call Peter Kovi, Ph.D. 305-421-2381.


KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & Repair from Couches to
Enclosures. Biminis, Cushions & Carpet
Runners. Fabrics & Supplies.
Free Est Office: 832-443.


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 Ave Ft Lauderdale 765-1466
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.
AT YOUR SERVICE- finest varnishing & teak
deck restoring -15 yrs in Ft Laud.
Call Rico 524-9758 fax=522-4460.

FRED, THE OLD CARPENTER
Many Years Expeience In Restoration
And Repair of Classic & Wood Boats.
Rmasonale Rata
305-581-0888




Fine Yacht Carpentry
Teak decks and repairs
Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglass work
. Highest quality
Competitive prices
Ship Shape MParine
Call Gordon............ 764-2285
Beeper.................. 244-8630
,Mobile................... 850-8257 )

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


STEAM PRO CARPET CARE-
Carpet & Uphol cleaning: Home & Marine.
For special Drices calL3Q5-587-0187.



CLEANING: Homes, offices, boats- any area,
exc. work. reasonable. Call 305-781-1334.
DOMESTIC SERVICES- reliable references
on req homes boats comm *
reasonable rates Call 583-5538.
AT YOUR SERVICE- dependable office
cleaning 15 yrs in Ft Lauderdale.
Call Rico @ 524-9758 Fax=522-4460.




SW BROWARD (near Joe Robby Stadium)-
Caring mother will provide childcare in my
Miramar home. Lots of fun & learning
References, large fenced yard, meals
included, reasonable rates. 305-961-4963


Fiancial Svcs


PAPERHANGING
$8 A Single Roll. 30 years Experience
Guaranteed Worlmianship
Call (305) 782-8899, leave message.




AUTHENTIC FLORIDA LANDSCAPES-
Design & installation contractors, it costs
less to do it right the first time. MC/Visa
accepted. Free Estimates. Call 524-3338.




CASHIER- Bluewater Books & Charts needs a
good cashier/salesperson. Strong yachting
background mandatory, and DOS-Windows
computer experience a plus. Competive
salary, five-day work week including
Saturday. Apply in person to Tom Wood, 9-
10am. 1481 SE 17 St. Ft Lauderdale.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR-apply @ Chris-
tine Davis Flags 923 SE 20 St.FtL 527-1605
Experienced Only: BOAT WASHER. Aventura
area marina. Call 933-7036. Position now
avail. Also- need MARINE MECH- exp req'd
all aspects marina oper-diesel-gas-elec.




HASSEL FREE CREW
PLACEMENT
KITTY EATON JEANNE RAAPHORST
SHARON RIFFICE STACY SCOTT
1550 SE 17 St R Lauderdale, FL 33316
(305)763-1841 Fax 763-7421
WE CHECK REFERENCES




1-BDRM APT within 1/2 blk of rack & stack
marina, within 1 blk of Supermarket & res-
taurants/carryout. Bill Kane 513-661-4200.
SEEKING SAILBOAT as liveaboard in
exchange for free dockage. Tel 563-7937

COUPLE SEEKING TO CREW sailing vessel.
USCG Master, Ocean/Cook-mate with
extensive chartering experience. Charter&/or
Permanent team.
Contact Thomas & Samantha @
305-463-0012.fax=305-463-0065.




CITY OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT
5th Annual NAUTICAL FLEA MARKET
October 15th & 16th Dan Witt Park 200 sq
ft space $50. Six spaces $250. All types of
marine vendors wanted.
For information call 305-427-5823.


LANDLUBBERS WASTING PRECIOUS WATER?
Use BZ Products H20 Tender. A convenient
water conservation system. For all 12vDC
water systems. Stop wasting water nowl
Guaranteed.Only $63.50. Order your's
today. Dealers welcome. BZ Products, 7614
Marion Ct, St Louis, MO 63143.
Dealers call 314-644-0142
Inverters-Auto-'rucks
50% OFF ALL MARINE
U BATTERIES W
S(Ma. In lt USA)
ALL TYPES OFMARINE BATTERIES AVAILABLE
Call Tony (305) 325-1367
u Golf Cars Wheel Chairs -Gell
PORT LIGHTS round 11 inches stainless
14 available Brand new Call 321-5612
CRUISAIR carry/or 5000 BTU air conditioner
1 yr old Little used $500 Call 456-9642.
6 ROUNDTRIP TICKETS- Ft Laud to Marsh
Harbour. Valid till Nov 5, 1994. Individually
or all 6. $125/ticket. Taxes included.
Call 800-576-0393
NEW 6KVA Marine Generator $2900. 2
Computer Tables, 1 small conference table
$25 each. 943-1391.

USED BOOKS...
1907 Hollywood BI. 922-2466
BUY SELL TRADE

Used and Factory Re-Built Water Makers
Sizes: 8000, 4000, 1200, 600,
500, 350 and 150-gallons per day.
Re-Conditioned Membranes and
Used Parts Also Available.
Please Call 467-8920.




BOATGUARD WIRELESS SECURITY SYSTEMS,
Affordable, Stetler Marine Services.
(407)737-2749*(407)731-6216 beeper



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MARQUIPT SEACRANE- 15 ft. boom, full
hydraulic controls, Weldown base, for use
with a remote located hydraulic power-pak.
525-7746


SAILOR's CPA We'll prepare your taxes, For Sale
pay your bills & offer complete financial RELAX with an exotic body rub for men Continued
services including forwarding mail & over 40. Call 305-776-5287. Next Page
collecting accts. Receivables. Call (305)564- Place a personal ad in Waterfront News.
9382 or write Jennifer J Hume CPA-PA We reach affluent, well-traveled boaters
PO Box 11700, Ft Laud 33339-1700 looking for that special someone.
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GOING SOLAR? Use BZ Products Solar
Tender 5 to 250 watt solar panel regulator.
Maintain peak performance Specify lead add
or deep cycle batteries. Guaranteed. Only
$63.50. Dealers welcome. Order today. BZ
Products, 7614 Marion CT St Louis, MO
63143. Dealers call 314-644-0142.



DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
PAIR 871TI's, Allison 2:1, 2300 TT and 190
TT since $20K major. Run perfect, you
remove (53 Hatt) $16,000 complete.
Call305-792-7000.



KOHLERONAN.WESTERBEKE-NORTHERN U(HTS
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
WESTERBEKE 8kw genset used exlnt cond.
90-day warranty $3195 Call 523-6182
7.5KW ONAN Diesel Generator
orofessionally rebuilt. $4250 Tom 981-4663
Diesel generator WESTERBEKE 4.4 kW 740
hrs TT $2500. Call 305-792-7000


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USPEC
CUSTOM TANKS
POLYETHYLENE
UHMATCAND DURAWMN7Y
FULLYSUPPOrED
ArSZEBANThfSAPE
UANBTABLE PRICES

GET EXCTL Y WHAT
YOU WANT!

CALL US
FORA QUOTE!
(306) 467-4088
FAX: (305) 467-3584


RIGGING FULL SERVICE Spars, Electronic &
Hydraulic Sailing Equipment, Service &
Installation. McSORLEY's RIGGING. Also avail
Key Power bow thrusters. (305)522-4208




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
11' WHALER for Hatteras MY, complete,
cradle, strong back, new 20hp Johnson,
Pipewelders' davit, electric winch $4000.
Call 305-792-7000.
LIFERAFT 6-man Zodiac, certified 9/92. Good
condition. $1350. 462-5653





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




34' CUSTOM SLOOP 1984 exc. cruiser/live-
aboard frig/freezer watermaker stove/oven
Bimini dodger autopilot & more.
305-523-4435
SUNFISH- complete, $350, obo. Also,
antique dollhouse. best offer. 949-8020 am


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


FULLY STAFFED YACHTS sail & power
world widely Call Tom Collins 673-5400.
COME SAIL WITH US in the beautiful
Exumas (Bahamas) 40' sailboat licensed
captain & wife $300/person/week. Kids 10
older OK. Depart from Nassau. Call 525-5415


BOAT & BREAKFAST


Spend a romantic evening or a relaxing
weekend at anchor or dockside in Stuart's
wide St Lucie River. A tension-free get-
away for the boating veteran. A wonderful
taste of boating life for the curious. Adults
only, no children on this immaculate 36-
footer. Call 407-288-0952 for more info


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AVAIL TO EXP BOATERS- Rent my open-
fish w/Bimini. Cruise lovely waterways, fish
snorkle, dive or catch lobster daily/weekly
rates. Miami or Ft Laud. Call 305-763-7379.
FLORIDA KEYS- BAHAMAS CHARTERS.
Bareboat 30' center cockpit 52 or 39'
Beneteau from $1300/week. 305-764-1384
BOAT & BREAKFAST
Spend a romantic evening or a relaxing
weekend at anchor or dockside in Stuart's
wide St Lucle River. A tension-free get-
away for the boating veteran. A wonderful
taste of boating life for the curious. Adults
only, no children on this immaculate 36-
footer. Call 407-288-0952 for more info

DOCK YOUR AD HERE.
Call Sonia at Waterfront News
305-524-9450 today.
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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.





POMP ISLES- no fixed bridges, water, elec.
Fence. Up to 48'. Reasonably priced.
Call 781-7447.
LIGHTHOUSE PT- 80' dock close to ICW &
inlet 1 fxd brdg $175/mo. Call 783-0710.
OFF ICW- Ft Laud. Resonable, up to 50',
deepwater. NFB. secure. no Ivbd 566-9057
POMPANO- deepwater up to 40' no fxd
brdg. Incl water/elec 12.5' beam 781-4994
WANTED TO RENT- boat lift or elevator to
store 26' powerboat Boca/Deerfield area
* Lona Term Call 407-394-8711.


S.POMP- 6 docks from ICW no fixed bridges.
Parking Fence Utilities to 30' 785-2752


POMP BCH- Deepwater dock available. No
fixed bridges. 941-2294 after 5pm.
POMPANO canal with turning basin, 80'
dock, min to Hillsboro Inlet. 946-2662.





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
LIVE-ABOARD DOCKAGE Call 779-7211
*ample dockside parking close to
downtown no fixed bridges phone &
cable avail ouiet shady adult annual
VILLA VENEZIA & AQUA MAR DOCKS- up to
50'. Shwr Rm-Pool*Sun Deck-Cable
TV*BBQ.Security*Laundry 779-2818
NEAR LAUD YACHT CLUB- ocean access, 3
min, 240v, water, telephone, (experienced
Caretaker available). John 523-7007
eves/462-7230
OFF NEW RIVER- to 60' locked fence.phone
12v.lights.H20-elec*cable'pool 583-4065
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE- water/elec. Off New
River. No Ivbds. Call 587-0707.
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
LAS OLAS ISLES Lvbd & storage, max 46',
18' beam. Boaters' lounge, bthrm, shwr,
laundry, BBQ, pool, parking, no fxd brdg,
apts avail. Call 305-467-3106-771-3059.
LVBD to 40' sailboats only $250/mo. Phone
& cable avail. Good hurricane hole. North Fk.
Also- 20' sailboat avail to live on 522-6716
ACROSS FROM Beautiful new Riverwalk Park
from 20' to 200'. Live/work on board or
long term storage. Ft Laud. Call 522-4775.
HENDRICKS ISLE legal liveaboard, laundry,
showers, bathroom all indoors. Boaters'
lounge. Shady park-like setting 895-6872
WEEKLY/MONTHLY ISLE OF VENICE
Call 522-2821.
BALI HAl RESORT- 149 Isle of Venice.
Deepwater dockage up to 50'. Hot shower,
pool, BBQ, cable, laundry, restroom.
Call 463-6300
COMMERCIAL OR PLEASURE dock space up
to 50' at Lauderdale Surf Marina 425 A1A.
305-522-7572
LAS OLAS ISLAND 24 hr security up to 55'
po Ivbd Call 370-6949-764-7145.
DEEPWATER DOCK- water/electric
furnished. Las Olas Isles. Call 467-8817.
REASONABLE- Middle River NFB under 35'
No Ivbd. 764-8075
ISLE OF VENICE- dockage available
up to 38', pool, laundry, shower, cable,
phone. Call 305-763-2617 from 8am-8pm.
NEAR LAS OLAS BRIDGE- powerboat to 50'.
No Ivbd. $275/mo. Call 305-462-0531.
FLAMINGO ISLE- up to 30'. $175/mo.
Elec/Water included. Call 583-5538.
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FT LAUD- N Fk New River. Deepwater, No
fxd brdgs, up to 40', no Ivbd. Water/elec.
Call 467-9245.
FT LAUD- 15th St. No fxd brdgs. Near ICW.
9' beam. Call 305-463-1080.
LAS OLAS- 500' to ICW. 5' draft. Secure.
Call 467-8554 Leave message please.
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE No fixed bridges.
Secure, water/elec. Call 564-8873.

DEEP WATER
NO FIXED BRIDGES

Ft Laud., wide canal, E&W, parking.
30'-40' boat, $175. No live-aboard.
North fork New River. Dan 728-8539


MARINA BAY RESORT
"Liveaboards say it's the Best"
Tennis Laundry Restaurant
Parking Security Cable, etc...
Reasonable rates
Boats up to 120'
Hurricane hole

2175 SR 84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Call 305-791-7600

HENDRICKS ISLE VILLA 209- Ivbd, shower,
laundry BBQ. bathroom auiet 462-0041
DAVITS & DOCKAGE- wtr/elec(220), off
New River. No fxd brdg. No Ivbd. 797-6385.
LHP-North Grand Canal, minutes to inlet,
secure w/dolphins, dock box, elec & water.
Up to 60 feet. no Ivbds Call: 785-7988
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- no fxd brdgs.
Wtr/elec. Up to 65'. Annual. No Ivbd.
Call Thomas 566-8115(day)-522-2704(eve)
SE. Deepwater non-lvbd nr Pt Everglades.
$175/mo Harbour RIty & Mgmt 764-3939
HENDRICKS ISLE- storage up to 40's, elec,
water. parking, secure Call 779-2407
SE 13 ST @ CORDOVA- 3 min to ocean. Wtr
elec. No Ivbd. 523-1658
CITRUS ISLE off New River- no fixed
bridges, water/electric, no live-aboards.
$175/mo. Call 524-5938
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd & storage. Max
65',19' beam, shower, laundry, BBQ, pool,
parking, phone & cable avail & apts.
Call 972-4065-832-9222.
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd & storage 46', 15'
beam. Water/elec/ldry Must have holding
tank No pets Private pleasant 463-5535
DEEPWATER secure to 45'. No liveaboard.
$200/mo. 563-0383. Please leave message.
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- new 60' dock,
wtr/elec No Lvbd Very Secure 766-3544
Hendricks Isle-liveaboard ok, clean & quiet.
After 6 call 525-4128


DEEP WATER DOCK- 9' draft, near Pier 66,
vIIo n e-on Reasonable Call 462-5653


Private deepwater dock, up to 35,'
elec/water No liveaboards 463-4247.
RIVERLAND- to 45', deepwater, no fxd
brdgs wtr/elec No Ivbd $125 463-7616.


See HALL OF FAME MARINA page 19.


BIG BOAT DOCK FOR RENT
New dock next to point-lot on preferred
South side of Las Olas.

Quick, easy & convenient ocean access.

Extra deep and wide canal;
perfect for big boat.

The property Is 113' on deepwater
and can take a boat that size.

S50-100 amps of shore power.
Please call owner at: (305) 525-2521
Address: 527 Coconut Isle
(comer of Las Olas Blvd.)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida


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DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
DANIA CUTOFF sailboat 40'. 305-923-3223
FT LAUDERDALE- near Griffin & 42nd
Terrace 35' dock no Ivbd. Call 584-5785
DANIA CUT-OFF: 34 Dr NLA.Possible room
to rent good deal for right person.
Call 983-6479 Leave message.
See THUNDERBOAT MARINA page 21.



NICE LIVEABOARD SPACE- Miami location,
no bridges to ICW, Ig boat ok $350/mo
Includes tennis court. $300/mo. up to 35'.
Refs. Req, Call 922-3224'
MIAMI BEACH- private home
secure/deep/beautiful view, up to 45', easy
ocean access. Ivbd ok. wtr/elec. 673-0077
PRIME BEACH LOCATION- up to 35',
liveaboard OK. Call 672-5267.
EASTERN SHORES,NMB-max 40' 50amp/wtr.
No Ivbd or sail-10min to ocean 949-8020am



COMMERICIAL or pleasure dock space up to
50' at Lauderdale Surf Marina 425 A1A.
305-522-7572



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.
DANIA CUT-OFF waterfront bdrm for single
Person $75/wk. Call Tom 981-4663.
LHP- 2/2 duplex, 50' dockage w/water, elec.
1/4 mi to Inlet. Large yard, garage, pets OK.
$1500/mo. Call 305-782-5328.



ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable rates.
Furn. ats 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-jacuzzi.cable.BBQ.laundry
Close to shops & beach. Wk/mo/seasonal.
No pets. Due to cancellation immediate
occupancy Off Las Olas Call 463-7067
FT LAUD- Isle of Venice & Victoria Park.
Luxury eff's, 1&2 bed apts, newly
renovated. Seasonal/annual docks available.
Call 305-522-2821 .fax=522-2818.
BOCA- furn eff, private entrance, cable,
washer/dryer, util incl. Paid dock on
dpwater. No smoking. $650. 407-241-9456


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2721 NE 1 St, Pompano Beach
3 mi east of 1-95
1 block N. of Atlantic Blvd

Short term rental apts.
Fullyfurnished,
complete fully equipped kitchens,
color cable TV, large pool, BBQs
Beautifully Landscaped Grounds
From now until Dec. 15
Eff $550/mo + tax.
1 BR $750/$850/mo + tax.
2 BR $900/$950/mo + tax
(Rates subject to change w/o notice.)
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2/2.5 Deepwater townhouse overlooking
waterway & your private deeded dock.
Minutes to ocean + walk to beach. Clean,
bright, mint condition. Asking $142,500.
DON INGRAM 943-8601 REALTOR

N. MIAMI BAYFRONT
CONDO with DOCK

Sit on your terrace admiring your yacht and the
view. Well maintained bldg, all amenities, on-site
mgr. 1780 sq ft, white tile, marble bath.

GIMELSTOB REALTY
MEL GROSSMAN
354-2894.beeper:843-1433
OCEANFRONT HOME $179K
INTRACOASTAL HOME $179,900
Call Kurt (> ABC 407-468-9445.
CONDO FOR SALE -
DEEPWATER, 2/2, Low Maintenance &
Dockage, East of US 1, No Bridges,
Move-in Condition. $78,500.
Call 305-781-1659.

DANIA 3/2.5 like new
75'Dock, Deep Canal,
No bridges to ocean.
Near Pt Everglades.
Sale/Lease $300,000 or $2,000/mo lease
by owner. 384-8509
FT LAUD- deepwater SW Gill Isles Tri-level
cul-de-sac home. 3/2, familyroom, huge
dock. pool. $169 000 No realtors. 524-0372
GILL ISLES- 3/2, deepwater, unique interior
design, cathedral ceilings. Recent central air,
roof & canvas awnings. Large pool & spa
,area. Great dockage. $159,900.
Harbour Realty & Management 764-3939
BAYVIEW AREA 1/1, w/pool, dock up to 35'
-boat. Quiet 20-unit bldg. $51,000.
Day 468-3312 or 564-0397. Night 565-6030
EASTERN SHORES waterfront with ocean
access 2 bdrm condo, sparkling clean w/
dock Try $79,000. 3 BDRM TWNHSE comer
30' + dock $190's. W/F homes also avail
from $300K. Call agent Gail DiCaterino 305-
945-0442-Bp881-2241 Rose & Rose RIty


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* OCEAN FRONTIOne of only49 homes directly
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31" bath contemporary two story design with 2
car garage and one of the few pools (heated)
right on the sand For Sale $1,100,000.
*CITRUS ISLES Freshly Renovated 3/2, new
master bedroom & bath. All new kitchen cabinets,
new appliances, new tile floors, new A/C, new
windows, garage .JUST REDUCED $237,900
* LAUDERDALE ISLES 3 or 4 bdrms/2 bath,
spacious living area. Beamed cathedral ceiling, new
dining room, pool. 65' on water $189,500.
SRIVERFRONT-Watch the yachts gobyl 3 Bed, 2
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ANC Huge Double Lot 100'on River by 250 (approx)
Deep-with 100' Dock-$379,000.
* UPDATED -3/2 home, white tile throughout, new
master bath w/jacuzzi, cent. A/C. $225,000


* FLAMINGOISLES-2bedroom home inexcellent
condition with central air, Florida/family room, free
standingworkshop& cargarage.70'ondeepwater,
$121,900.
* HANDYMAN 2 Bdrm Deepwater home. 65' on extra
deep canal, $169,000. Offers.
* CITRUS ISLES 2 Bedroom- Newer Kitchen, Central Air
60' on Deepwater. No Fixed Bridges Canal $184,900.
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deepwater canal off S. Fork New River. New seawall,
dock w/electric. Just Reduced $169,900.
* Sailboat Bend 75' Riverfront 2 lots and 1 large dock.
Zoned R-3-A (multi-family/liveaboard). $179,000.
* SENSATIONAL RIVER VIEW 100' of riverfront!
Charming 3/3poolhome on private approx. 1/2 acre
estate with 100' of deep water on New River &
dockage for large yacht, $450,000.


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access dockage* as available (*owners only).
Studio CONTRACT $45,900 2/2 $92,000
1/1 S~.O..............$54,900 2/2..............QITRA. I.............$95,000
1/1 12.............C.QINTRA ...........$67,900 2/2 $109,500
1/1"2 $76,900 2/2 POOL & RIVER ..........$112,500
1/1 1a.............IE.RW.E.............$79900 2/2 RIVER $119,900
2/1 /................. LD...............$67,900 2/2 $127,500
2/2 $79,900 2/2 *' $97,500
2/2 $87,900 3/4 ......... ............. ................$265,000
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