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    Main
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    Main: News
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    Main: Profile
        page 5
    Main: Letters
        page 6
    Main: Habitat
        page 7
    Main: Events Calendar
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: People
        page 10
    Main: Feature
        page 11
    Main: Community
        page 12
    Main: Feature
        page 13
        page 14
    Main: Commerce
        page 15
    Main: Advertisement
        page 16
    Aft Section
        page 17
    Aft Section: Galley
        page 18
    Aft Section: Dining Dockage
        page 19
    Aft Section: Entertainment
        page 20
    Aft Section: Sailing
        page 21
    Aft Section continued
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    Aft Section: Classifieds
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SOUTH FLORIDA'S NAUTICAL NEWSPAPER


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FEBRUARY 1995


Awaiting a better bridge


PHOTO/TAYLOR JONES'
Auto and boat traffic frequently builds up at the 17th Street Bridge in Fort Lauderdale, especially during the winter
season. But a new, higher drawbridge to be built by the year 2000 is expected to help solve the problem.


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On Board
in February


*Classified............27
* Destinations .........17
*Dining .......... .......18
* Event Calendar......8
* Letters .................. 6
* News .................2.
* People ............... 10
SProfile. ................. 5
* Real Estate..........31
* Tide Table .............9
* Yacht Brokerage..23


Serving the Waterfronl
Communities of
Broward,
Dade, and Palm Beach


Volume 11
Issue 10


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
In the past Peter Ortino and his
staff at the California Cafe Bar and
Grill never paid much attention to the
17th Street drawbridge. But now
when the bridge raises for boat
traffic, they watch and say a little
prayer.
"We're praying the bridge goes
back down without any trouble," said
Ortino, a manager at the bar and grill
Located at the Hyatt-Regency Pier 66
Hotel and Marinaat2301 SE 17th St.
Several recent breakdowns have
caused those working along Fort
Lauderdale's 17th Street Causeway
to wonder when the next glitch will
occur.
"If another one happens during
Super Bowl Weekend it would be
disastrous," said SteveKowalczyk, a
Manager at the Bimini Boatyard
Restaurant at 1555 SE 17th St.
Hotels and restaurants along the
causeway were expecting large
t crowds for this year's Jan. 29th
Super Bowl at Joe Robbie Stadium.
Pier 66, which is hosting AFC
champions, the San Diego Chargers,
Swas expecting to be booked for the
weekend.
In December and early January
the bridge suffered threebreakdowns,
including one on the day of the
Winterfest Boat Parade and another
Jan. 1. All the breakdowns were
blamed on problems in the locking


lge breakdowns illustrate problems


mechanisms that hold the bridge
down. Each glitch resulted in
massive traffic tie-ups.
At the Bimini Boatyard, New
Year's is usually one of the
restaurant's busiestdays. Butbecause
the bridge was stuck, a lot of people
cancelled their reservations,
Kowalczyk said.
The CaliforniaCafe Barand Grill
also lost about 12 parties of people
who had reserved tables to watch the
boat parade on Dec. 10. Their failure
to show is also being blamed on the
bridge's breakdown, Ortino said.
"It was a big problem for our
staff," Ortino said. "A few of our
workers had to take the water taxi to
get here."
Barbara Sarff, a spokesperson
for the Florida Department of
Transportation District 4, said the
agency can't promise there won't be
anyfurtherdisruptions in thebridge's
operations.
Right now, the bridge is
undergoing a major $1.1 million
rehabilitation. Construction started
in November and is scheduled to be
finished in early February, she said.
Among the improvements, an
outside contractor is replacing the
locks and operating console, perform-
ing structural repairs to the concrete
pilings and fenders and installing new
traffic gates and signal lights
she said.
"We're trying to do all this and


keep the bridge in service," she said.
"The good news is that after
everything is done, hopefully there
won't be any more breakdowns."


Right now, the
bridge is undergoing
a major $1.1 million
rehabilitation.



Fort Lauderdale Police Detec-
tive Sonya Friedman said after the
New Year's Day. glitch the
department quickly assembled a
bridge task force to put together an
emergency contingency plan to deal
with future problems.
Police are working with the U.S.
Coast Guard, the DOT, the
Fort Lauderdale Fire Department and
various city department heads,
Friedman said.
Key points of the plan address
communication between the
bridgetender and the police, traffic
management and increased signage
to warn motorists, she said.
"We need the bridgetender to
notify us immediately and letus know
how long the problem will exist so
we can determine whether to go into


ouremergency plan," Friedman said.
"It's important that the police deal
with the situation of any bridge break-
downs within the first 30 minutes to
avoid total gridlock."
The City of Fort Lauderdale is
also purchasing a dozen orange
four-by-four foot signs to inform
traffic when the bridge is out. DOT
will install its own signage and an
electronic message board along A 1A,
17th Street and Federal Highway.
DOT is planning to use the signs
not only for the 17th Street Cause-
way, but for all five bridges that
connect Fort Lauderdale's mainland
to the beach, Sarff said.
Although other drawbridges in
Broward County have broken down,
the 17th Street Bridge has the
potential to cause the most
discomfort when it is out of order.
About70,000 vehicles pass over
it on a daily basis, making it the most
highly traveled Intracoastal bridge in
Broward. For boaters it opens on the
hour and half-hour.
"It's always jammed in the
wintertime," Sarff said.
DOT eventually plans to replace
the structure. A new drawbridge with
a 55-foot clearance almost twice
that of the 25-foot clearance on the
current bridge is slated for
completion around the year 2000.
Bids for the project, which is

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New bridge expected to require fewer openings for boat traffic
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estimated to cost $22 million, will be requested
in 1997. Work should take about three years,
Sarff said.
"This will be a landmark bridge," said
Richard Pereira, DOT project manager. "When
you see this bridge you'll instantly make the
connection to Fort Lauderdale."
The decision to update has come after
years of debate. Other ideas for a tunnel or a
fixed bridge were shot down by residents and
boaters for a variety of reasons ranging from
public safety to convenience to aesthetics.
In December, DOT officials presented
various designs at a two-day workshop
attended by waterfront property owners, the
marine industry, hotel-motel owners, civic
associations, the U.S. Coast Guard and city and
county officials. Almost everyone there chose
a contemporary design for the bridge, with a
nautical theme being the next popular, Pereira
said.
"The people have stated that they want
clean lines and curves," he said. "They want the
bridge to look currenteven when it is 75 years old."
Designers will take suggestions made at
the workshop and draw up a set of plans.
Sometime in May DOT officials plan to host a
second gathering to unveil the new designs for
approval, Pereira said.
"There's a lot of different ways to build a
drawbridge," he said. "We brought in the
community because they've been very active
and vocal throughout the project. We want their
involvement"


Sometime in May
DOT plans to host a
second gathering to
unveil the new
designs for approval


Mae Simmons, a Fort Lauderdale real
state agent who attended the DOT workshop,
said she is pleased with the progress made so
far. "I think the project is now moving along
very nicely," she said. "I'm looking forward to
the completion of the new bridge. It's going to
beautify the entire area."
Simmons is founder and chairman of the
Coalition Against the Tunnel, a group that
formed over two years ago to protest the then
proposed tunnel as a replacement for the bridge.
After the tunnel was deemed a no go, the group
became active in DOT's current plans for the
bridge. When the new drawbridge is built,
Simmons said traffic woes should be
considerably reduced.
"Our coalition did a study and with the
higher span we expect the bridge will only have
to be raised during the winter season three to
four times a day for boat traffic, as opposed to
being raised on the hour and half-hour," she said.
Simmons said people shouldn't be too


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Photo/TAYLOR JONES
Since December, the 17th Street Bridge has broken down three times. Renovations to the
structure are expected to be completed in early February.


upset when the bridge breaks down.
"It's like an elderly patient they're trying
to rejuvenate, she said. "I've been living in this
area since 1966 and there has always been
gridlock, even when the bridge is operating
normally. I've seen cars backed up on a Sunday
afternoon when the bridge goes up for boats.
People just have to learn to have more
patience."


But if the breakdowns continue, businesses
along the causeway worry that tourists and
restaurant patrons might think twice about re-
turning if they have to sit for hours in traffic.
"People remember," Ortino said. "After
the breakdown on New Year's we're now get-
ting people making reservations and asking us
if there are any problems with the bridge."


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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
It's not billed as the world's largest boat show for nothing.
The annual Miami International Boat Show and Sailboat Show
is so big that one venue isn't enough to hold all the attractions
and exhibits.
Organizers have once again spread the show out over three
separate sites. Free shuttle service will be provided, taking
visitors back and forth between the Miami Beach Convention
Center, Watson Island and the Biscayne Bay Marriott Marina.
When the 1995 Miami International Boat Show hits town
Feb. 16 to 22, it will mark the event's 54th edition. The show's
sailing counterpart will herald its eighth consecutive year.
And it's not all boats. Exhibitors will display their wares
and some will offer seminars on a variety of water-related
interests including fishing, personal watercraft, waterskiing,
nautical jewelry and marine electronics.


"Our theme is the show of shows," said Cathy Johnston,
Miami International Boat Show manager. "One of the reasons
why we have a continued draw is that we showcase just about
every marine product available on the market."
One of the biggest changes regulars will find when attend-
ing this year's event is the new site for the sailboat show. Since
its inception, the sailboat show had been held at the Miami
Beach Marina. But due to lack of space caused by the opening
of Nick's Restaurant at the marina, the show has been moved
to Watson Island.
"It's got a lot of room for growth and expansion and a large
parking area," Johnston said. "We're very pleased."
Among the show's features will be an all-floating dock
and a first-ever regatta. The Sunshine Cup Regatta will involve
world-class sailors from around the globe. Twelve teams,
sailing in six Melges craft, will be racing on Biscayne Bay for
top prize in the round-robin competition from Feb. 17 to 21.
A percentage of the cash sponsorship raised for the Sun-
shine Cup will benefit Shake-A-Leg, a national non-profit


organization with a South Florida chapter based in Coconut
Grove. The foundation provides therapeutic and recreational
sailing programs for children and adults with disabilities.
For sailboat enthusiasts, the show will also have an ex-
panded selection of multi-hulled vessels, said Debbie
Harewood, sailboat show manager.
"That section has grown dramatically over the years," she
said. "Three years ago we started with three catamarans. Last
year we had 30 on display."
In addition to the new sailboat show location, other
surprises will await visitors attending the international boat
show at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
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Call them the Brady Bunch of the high seas.
In 1985, Pam and Andy Wall packed up
their kids, Samantha 7, and Jamie, 4, loaded the
boat with enough food to make the first pas-
sage, and set sail out of Fort Lauderdale in their
hand built 39-foot sloop.
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was able to call home almost every day during
their journey.
The HAM radio came in handy during a
medical emergency and in learning about the


rough weather patterns that lay ahead.
"We had our share of bad weather
Cooking three meals a day for a family
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was the fact that the Walls chief cook, Pam,
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when we knew we weren't getting food for
months and months at a time. You end up making
meals from a variety of things as well."
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projects, utilizing empty cereal boxes and egg
cartons. The occasional bad weather helped
break the monotony of sailing in closed quar-
ters with only mom and dad for company.
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Pam and her kids Jamie (R) and Samantha play on a beach in Tonga in the Polynesian
Islands. Their 39-foot sloop is anchored in the background.


"It was pandemonium," Pam Wall says.
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Samantha, who were learning about things that
most adults never see.
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Pam Wall says. "You don't have friends.
Although hesitant about citing her least
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tered in Indonesia. "The Muslims would throw
stones at us," Pam Wall says. "We were in
really uncivilized as we knew it places, and
they did not like strangers. It was the only
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PAGE 6 WATERFRONT NEWS FEBRAURY"l9l95


Marine Mechanic


Engine plays stop and go


By AL GRODSKY
Waterfront News Columnist
Q: While running along, my boat slows
up and sometimes comes to a stop. I'm able
to start it up
withinaminute
or two and it
will run fine
until it stops
again. I have
.... lots of fuel in
thetank.Iblew
South the gas line
and the vent on
'' the tank is
clear. I also
\L- have new
i points, coil,
condenser and
a new gas filter, but it still feels like I'm
running out of gas. Any ideas?
C.P.
Coral Springs

A: I've run into this condition before.
Remove the gas line where it enters the carbu-
retor. Inside the big nut is usually a bronze or
paper filter that can clog up. Boaters some-
times forget about this filter and replacing it is
usually the solution.

Q: I have a twin engine diesel boat.
One engine runs fine at all speeds. The
other engine smokes at low or idle speed. It
seems to clear up somewhat as I increase the
RPMs. I keep the same fuel in both tanks
along with new filters on both engines, and
I don't use any oil. The engines have the
same hours and the boat is only a few years old.
P.M.
Fort Lauderdale

A: I would check the injectors, as it
seems that one or two of them are not function-
ing properly. The spray pattern or opening
could be dirty or dribbling, while the fuel is not
being consumed effectively. It may be best for
you to take your boat to a mechanic and have
all the injectors checked for damage. You will
not only save fuel but will get more power
from your engine.


Q: My engine runs okay for the most
part, but once in a while I slow up and then
speed up. It feels as if the clutch is slipping.
I once owned a car that did the same thing
and replacing the clutch solved the problem.
Would that do the trick on my boat?
L.T.
Fort Lauderdale

A: I would check the propeller on my
boat. If there's a rubber hub inside the propel-
ler, it could have torn and the hub is spinning
loose once in a while. It catches again as you
speed up. I would also check the shaft and the
key way before going any further.


Q: My problem is with my ignition
system. The points need to be replaced quite
frequently. After I change them, the boat
runs okay for a few trips and then it starts to
miss and run horribly until I change the
points again.
M.M.
Hollywood

A: First, change your condenser. A weak
or bad condenser can bum down the points.
Also check your resistor unit to see if it is
shorted. Leaving your key on with the points
closed will also bur them. If the coil is very
hot, it could be causing a problem.

I don't know what kind of points you're
installing, but I would suggest that you buy a
good set of platinum or tungsten tipped points,
as they have a reputation for lasting. The spring
and rubbing block do not lose their function
and that means better action. ,


Al Grodsky is a Coast Guard Auxiliary
instructor specializing in marine mechan-
ics. Send your questions to the Waterfront
News, 1523 South Andrews Ave., Fort Lau-
derdale, 33316 or fax (305) 524-9464. Al
regrets he can not answer letters personally,
but readers can visit him in person Saturday
mornings at the Coast Guard Auxiliary base,
601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.


Guest Editorial


The foibles of boating


By KEY LAMBRIGHT
Guest Columnist
Into every area a little pain must crawl.
Boating of course is no exception. Here are just
a handful of types you're bound to meet at one
time or another. Some may even be familiar to
you.
*The fuel barge attendant who only speaks
respectfully of diesel-powered craft.
*Whoever prays audibly (unnerving by-
standers) when the sky darkens bleakly and
thunder booms.
*Children who have apparently never been
disciplined.
*Anyone notably clumsy who brings a
quart of molasses aboard during rough weather.
*Whoever it was that broke your boat's
bilge pump and cravenly failed to mention it.
*The wild little lass who innocently asks if
she and"herfriend" can temporarily stay aboard
your boat when you're not using it.
*The salesperson who deftly avoids show-
ing you a luxury cruiser's locked interior at a
boat show.
*The intense lady who insistently offers to
astrologically estimate safe dates and danger
dates for launching voyages.
*Any marina mechanic who casually asks


if you've "had a good year."
*Whoever suggests bringing 99 cases of
beer on board.
*The chatty chap who plans to install a
battery and trolling motor on an inner tube and
reinvent racing.
*Anyone who is capable of taking a trailer
hitch apart but can't put it back together again.
*Those who fake distress signals as part of
their practical joke repertoire.
*The erratic waterskier whose demented
antics are closely watched from shore via bin-
oculars by an attorney friend.
*The style-maddened lady passenger who
refuses to don a life jacket because its color
clashes withherbathing suit, hair tintormakeup.
*Anyone who coaxingly assures you that
his or her 11 dogs just love traveling by water.
*Those who instantly become surly and
suspicious at the sight of a brand new Loran.
*The sneaky fisherpersons who clean their
catches on your craft's fantail in your absence.
*The guest who visibly enjoys regaling
others with marine horror stories about boat
accidents.
*Those who plead to go boating, but are
suddenly uncontrollably seasick the moment
you cast off.


To the Editor:
I would like to comment on Nancy Lyon's
recipe for low fat fish Florentine that appeared
in the galley section of January's issue. I realize
this is not a health column, but the story mis-
lead readers into believing that the entree is low
in fat when it actually contains nine grams of fat
per serving. This translates to 81 calories of fat
per entree, with 28 percent of the calories
coming from fat and 15 percent of those calo-
ries from saturated fat.
And if you dot the fish with margarine, as
Nancy Lyons suggests, you would add three
grams more fat per serving, and the percentage
of calories from fat would increase to 34 per-
cent. The entree also contains cheese, a satu-
rated fat which most of us are trying to avoid to
prevent obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
This misinformation confuses people who feel
that because they are eating a fish entree, they


are eating a dish low in fat.
One way to reduce the fat and keep the taste
would be to eliminate the muenster cheese and
margarine completely and use a non-stick veg-
etable cooking spray or parchment paper to
prevent the fish from sticking to the dish. You
could also poach the fish in a little fish stock or ,
white wine for about 15 or 20 minutes.
If you carmelize the onions called for in the
dish first, they would become sweet and much
more flavorful. Serve the fish filet over steamed
spinach and top with carmelized onions. If you
absolutely can't do without the cheese, grate a
little Parmesan Reggiano cheese (not canned)
over the fish before serving. You will have a
tasty entree with a lot less fat.

Susan David,
Nutritional food consultant and chef
Palm-Aire Spa and Resort, Pompano Beach


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C alendar items should be received at
the Waterfront News no later than
Feb. 15 to appear in the March, 1995
issue. Submissions should be typed or neatly
written and include only important details. If
submitting several events, please issue sepa-
rate notices for each event. Mail submissions
to: Events Calendar, Waterfront News, 1523
S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33316,
or fax (305) 524-9464.
Wednesday, Feb. 1
America's Cup'95: Defender Selection Series Round Robin
Race #2; through Feb. 6. Call (619) 221-1995.
Mid-winter Wahoo Tournament: Through Feb. 4;
sponsored by the Bimini Big Game Club. Call 444-7480 or
(800) 327-4149.
Fly Fishing Lecture: West Palm Beach Fishing Club, 5:30
p.m. Call (407) 832-6780.
Genealogy Lecture: Stranahan House special event, 6:30
p.m., Fort Lauderdale. Call 524-4736.
US Power Squadrons: Annual meeting of national chapters;
Miami. Call 972-9328.
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 Wednes-
day of the month, 7:30 p.m., at Glendale Federal, 2335 E.
Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach. Call 938-8481.Multihull
Association of South Florida: Meets at the Miami Yacht
Club, 7:30 p.m. Call (305) 538-2790 or (407) 588-3052.
South Florida Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m., Hollywood.
Call 923-3490.
Broadwalk Concert Series, Hollywood Beach.
Call 921-3404.
CH.A.D.D, parent support group for Children with Attention
Deficit Disorder. Call 721-8793.

Thursday, Feb. 2'
Boatbuilders' Exhibition & Conference: A seminar
program for marine professionals; through Feb. 4 at the
Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention
Center. Call (203) 852-0500, ext. 295 or (800) 243-3238.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club: Meets the first Thursday of the
month, 7:30 p.m. in North Miami Beach. Call 949-2334.
Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.r. Miami. Call 305 238-9754
or 387-0733.
Palm Beach Tropical Flower Show: Sponsored by the
Horticulture Society of South Florida. Takes place along the
"new waterfront" on Flagler Drive between Fern and Datura
Streets, West Palm Beach. Tickets: $6 adults.
Call (407) 655-5522.
New River Rollers: In-line skating, meets Thursdays 7 p.m.,
downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6 p.m. at Mombasa
Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-1627.

Friday, Feb. 3
Nature Hike: Today and Saturday at Tradewinds Park,
Coconut Creek, 9 to 11 a.m. Call 963-3880.
Miami Film Festival: Through Feb. 12 at the Gusman
Center. all 377-3456.
CreatiV Hands-on Workshops: Calligraphy, Oriami,
water lors, jewelrymaking and photography at the Art Insti-
tute of Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $165 per session.
Call 63-3000, ext. 555.

Saturday, Feb. 4
Fly Casting Clinic: West Palm Beach Fishing Club, free
event begins 9 a.m. at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach.
Call (407) 832-6780.
Florida Renaissance Festival: Takes place at Snyder Park
today and Sunday in Fort Lauderdale 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. three
weekends. Tickets: $9.50 for adults. Call (800) 3REN-FES.
Fern Lecture: Fern Forest Nature Center, Pompano Beach,
10 a.m. Call 970-0150.
Star Gazing, Fox Astronomical Observatory, Markham Park,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 305 721-4159.

Sunday, Feb. 5
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Winter race. Call 563-2151.
"Tilling the Soil and Fishing the Banks:" A lecture on New
England planters who immigrated to Nova Scotia before the
Revolutionary War. Sponsored by the Genealogical Society


FEBRUARY EVI


of Broward County, 2:30 p.m., West Regional Library in Planta-
tion, 8601 W. Broward Broward Blvd., Plantation.
Sunday Jazz Brunch: Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale, 11 a.m to
2 p.m. Call 761-5363.
Poetry in the Woods: 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Secret Woods
Nature Center. Call 566-7823.
Stroke Club of South Florida: Meets the first Sunday of the
month, North Miami Beach at 1:30 p.m. Call 457-1450.

Monday, Feb. 6
Depression Support Group: Sponsored by the Mental Health
Association for people over 55. Meets every Monday in Lauderhill
at 10:30 a.m. Call 733-3994.
Theater Under the Stars: Big band music and dancing on
Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404.

Tuesday, Feb. 7
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Call 772-5773.
Noontime Musical: Main Library Plaza, Fort Lauderdale.
Call 761-5813.
Sierra Club of Broward: Meets 7:30 p.m., Pompano Beach.
Call 321-5753 or 970-0150.
Bridge Class: Intermediate bridge, Hallandale. Call 458-6395.

Wednesday, Feb. 8
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.
Broadwalk Concert: Music and dancing on Hollywood Beach,
7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404.

Thursday, Feb. 9
Emergency Medicine at Sea: A lecture for boaters at West
Marine in Miami. Call 444-5520.
Fort Lauderdale Boat Club: Meets the second Thursday of
the month in Wilton Manors. Call 783-0988. .
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: Meetsfor social hour 6 p.m.
at Mombasa Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call 522-1627.
Widowed Persons Service: Meets 1 to 2:30 p.m. in Lauderhill.
Call 733-3994.
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, Feb. 10
Emergency.Medicine at Sea: A lecture for boaters at West
Marine in Fort Lauderdale. Call 527-5540.
Silver Sailfish Derby: Through Feb. 12; sponsored by the
West Palm Beach Fishing Club; prizes for heaviest dolphin,
kingfish, wahoo and tuna. Entry fee: $150, $200 for
non-members. Call (407) 832-6780.
Everglades Hike: Markham Park, Sunrise, 9 to 11 a.m. Canoe
fee: $6.25. Call 389-2000.
Duplicate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 12:45 p.m. Call 458-6395.
Starlight Movies: Outdoor family movies at Markham Park in
Sunrise, 7 to 9 p.m. Call 389-2000.

Saturday, Feb. 11
Florida Renaissance Fair: Takes place today and Sunday at
Snyder Park in Fort Lauderdale 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets: $9.50
for adults. Call (800) 3-REN-FES.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Winter race. Call (407) 341-8658.
Miami Beach Festival of the Arts: Through Feb. 12 on Collins
Avenue. Call 673-7733.
Movies Under the Stars: C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines
8 to 10 p.m. Call 437-2650.

Sunday, Feb. 12
"English Waterfront Estate:" Junior League of Greater Fort
Lauderdale hosts a tour of a Fort Lauderdale home through
Feb. 26; open 12 to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets $15 atthe door.
Call 462-1350.
Free Boat Shuttles: To Deerfield Island Park, 11:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m., returning 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 360-1320.
Model Boat Competition: Takes place at Markham Park in
Sunrise. Call 389-2000.
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Call 921-3400.


Beach Concert:'Hollrywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m.
Call 926-2444.

Monday, Feb. 13
Emergency Medicine at Sea: A lecture for boaters at West
Marine in Deerfield Beach. Call 427-6165.
Theatre Under the Stars: Big band music and dancing on
Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Sierra Club of Miami: Meets 7:30 p.m., Coral Gables. Call
(305) 667-7311 or 885-8523.
Broward County Endometriosis Support Group: Meets once
a month, Florida Medical Center, Lauderdale Lakes.
Call (407) 995-7117.

Tuesday, Feb. 14
America's Cup '95: Defender Selection Series Round Robin
Race #3; through Feb. 22. Call (619) 221-1995.
Boating Safety Class: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 8 p.m.,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 463-0034.
Seniors Fishing Tournament: Takes place at Deerfield Island
Park, 9:30 a.m. to noon. Registration fee: $2 per person.
Call 360-1320.
Sea Ray Owners Association, meets in Fort Lauderdale
7 p.m. Call 742-4749.
Waterfront Advisory Board: City of Miami. Call 305 579-6961.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: General meeting, Bahia Mar,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 563-2151.
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7 p.m. Call 305 537-3094.
Broward Native PlantSociety, meets 7:30 p.m. Call 305791-1030.
FriendlyToastmasters Club: meetsTuesdays in north Broward.
Call 462-1001.
Dancing in the Moonlight: Hollywood Beach, at Johnson
Street and the Broadway, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
New River Rollers, meets 7:30 p.m. Call 537-9418.

Wednesday, Feb. 15
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.
Museum of Art: Valentine Blues and tour, Fort Lauderdale.
Call 763-6464.
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 921-3404.

Thursday, Feb. 16
Miami International Boat Show: Through Feb. 22 at three
different locations. Call 531-8410 or 358-5885.
Brokerage Yacht Show: Through Feb. 20 at Collins Avenue
and 47th Street, free to public. Call 764-7642.
Harrison Street Art Walk: Artists will open their studios to the
public from 6 to 9:30 p.m.; downtown Hollywood Boulevard. Call
920-4801 or 920-3395.
Broward Boating Club: Cruising and social events; meets the
third Thursday of the month. Call 435-9080.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: general meeting, 7:30 p.m._
Call (407) 341-8658 or 942-7224.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets in Fort Lauderdale at
6 p.m. Call 522-1627.
New River Rollers: Meets 7 p.m. Call 537-9418.

Friday, Feb. 17
Vessel Documenation Association: Meets through Feb 19.
Call (714) 723-5917
Starlight Musical: Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale,
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 761-5360.
Nature Hike: Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge,
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Call (407) 734-8303.
Family Hayride: T.Y. Park, Hollywood. Fee: $1.25 per person,
6 to 9 p.m. Call 985-1980.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood Street Dance, 7 p.m.
Free. Call 921-3404.

Saturday, Feb. 18
Navy Seabee Veterans of America: Luncheon meeting at
noon; meets the third Saturday of the month. Call 943-3314.
Florida Renaissance Festival: Takes place at Snyder Park in
Fort Lauderdale 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets: $9.50 for adults.


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Call (800) 3-REN-FES.
Coconut Grove Arts Festival: Through Feb. 20. Call 447-0401.
Hilsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Winter race. Call (407) 341-8658.
Lichens and Other Non-flowering Plants: A lecture at
10 a.m., Fern Forest Nature Center, Pompano Beach.
Call 970-0150.
American Merchant Marine Veterans: Meets 1 p.m. in Dania.
Call 923-6250 or 564-2862.

Sunday, Feb. 19
"How to Identify Poisonous Plants:" A lecture at Tree Tops
Park in Davie. Call 370-3750.
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.
Hllsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Winter race and party.
Call 341-8658.
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.

Monday, Feb. 20
Theater Under the Stars: Big band music performed on the
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.

Tuesday, Feb. 21
"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.
all~(407) 790-2133.
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday, 7 p.ir. in
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Call 772-5773.
Intidnedlate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 1 p.m.Cal 305 45395.


Dancing in the Moonlight: Hollywood Beach at Johnson
Street and the Broadway, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.

Wednesday, Feb. 22
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at the Flotilla Club,
West Palm Beach. Call (407) 832-7681.
Bimini International Light Tackle Bonefish Tournament:
Through Feb. 25; sponsored by the Bimini Big Game Club. Call
(800) 327-4149.
West Palm Beach Fishing Club: General meeting takes place
Band music, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3400.

Tuesday, Feb. 28
Boating Class: Sunrise 6:30 p.m. Call 424-3444
SORC Sailing Championship: Through March 5, Miami Beach
Marina. Call 763-6621.
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday 7 p.m. at the Institute of
Marine Science, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Call 772-5773.
Broadwalk Concert: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 p.m.
Call 921-3404.
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.

ETC
ARC Broward: A non profit employment agency for people with
developmental disabilities would like to place its clients in your
business. Call 746-9400.
Sports Excursions: The City of Wilton Manors is sponsoring
bus trips to Dolphin games this fall. Call 390-21,31.
Florida Polish Yacht Club: Seeking volunteers to help
organize a 1996 Transatlantic race and Olympic year rally in
Savannah. Call 746-7538.
Pompano Beach Senior High: Class of 1974 is holding a


reunion. Call 784-1974.
Alliance Francaise: Offers language classes and culture study to
foster relations between Americans and the French. Call 523-052.
Scarab Owners Club: Planned events across the country.
Call (310) 598-0782 or fax (310) 598-8715.
Foster Homes Needed: For adults 55 and older with a
psychiatric disability. Call 537-2936.
Volunteers Needed: To assist a blind or visually impaired
person. Call 777-4955.
Seniors Needed: Volunteer program. Call 563-8991.
Broward County Scholarship Pageant: Accepting applica-
tions for the 1994 Miss Broward County Pageant.
Call 791-2291 or 458-8342.
Alzheimer's Association of Broward County: Offers sup-
port groups for families and friends of Alzheimer patients.
Call 726-0002.
Guardian Ad Litem Program: Needs volunteers to represent in
court abused, neglected and abandoned children. Call 357-5677.
Cable Water-Skiing: Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield Beach.
Call 429-0215.
Velodrome: Brian Piccolo Park. Call 437-2600.
Fort Lauderdale Event Hotline: 761-5363.
Hollywood Recreation Department 921-3404
Lighthouse Point Recreation: 784-3439.
Pompano Beach Recreation Department: (305) 786-4111.

Event Calendar
Calendar items should be received at the Waterfront
News no laterthan Feb. 15 to appear in the March, 1995
issue. Submissions should be typed or neatly written
and include only important details. Please issue sepa-
rate notices for each event that is being submitted. Mail
submissions to: Event Calendar, Waterfront News, 1523
S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316, or fax
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For the love of sailing: boating club brings sies together


It's sailing and socializing
when this weekly group gathers
in Fort Lauderdale

By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Odile Gracey, a widow from Fort Lauderdale, loves the
water and meeting new people. She found that she could do both
when she joined Sailing Singles of South Florida.
The group was started in 1989 and is open to singles of all
ages. About 250 men and women, mostly Broward County
residents ranging in age from their 30s to 60s, are members of
the club.
People wanting to join don't need to own a sailboat or even
know how to sail. The only requirement is that they have a
willingness to learn, Gracey said.
Boat owners within the group offer their vessels for sailing
day trips several times a month and overnight sailing outings on
holiday weekends. In addition, the club sponsors happy hours
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Thursday at the Mombasa Bay
Restaurant, 3051 NE 32nd Ave. in Ft. Lauderdale.
Admission to the happy hours are free and open to the
public. Around 80 people attend the social gatherings each
week. Annual dues are $50 for the first year and $35 for every


A tug of war takes place during a beach party held by the
Single Sailors of South Florida.

year after that to renew.
Although the group does cater to singles, prospective
members shouldn't mistake it for a dating service, Gracey said.
"Our main focus is on sailing," said Gracey, a property
manager. "When people go on one of our outings they are
expected to pitch in on the boat."


Although the group does cater
to singles, prospective members
shouldn't mistake it for a
dating service.


Outgoing commodore John Luca said it was the club that
taught him to sail. Before his girlfriend introduced him to the
Sailing Singles in 1990, he had always considered himself an
avid powerboater.
"Now I have my own sailboat, a 28-foot O'Day," said Luca,
46, a technical sales representative from Lauderhill.
Ann Garden, a widow from Hillsboro Beach, has been a
member for the past year and is the group's membership director.
A recent transplant who moved here from Georgia last
November, Carden said mostof the members are like herself and
new to the area.
"It's a good, safe way if you want to meet new people," she
said. "I haven't met that special someone yet, but I've made
plenty of friends, male and female."
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Romantic waterfront get-aways abound for Valentine's Day


Options include cruises,
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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Love on the water. What could be more romantic? Well, here
in South Florida we have bays and rivers, even an entire ocean
right at our doorstep. All one needs to do is bring the amour.
For those who like to do their cuddling on or near the water
several excursion lines and waterfront locals are offering spe-
cial packages to celebrate the biggest love fest of the year -
Valentine's Day. A brief sampling includes:
Sunset Valentine Cruises will be held every night at 5:30
p.m. from Feb. 10 to Feb. 14 aboard the Carrie B., a replica of
a 19th century riverboat. Passengers will get a 90-minute
sightseeing tour of the New River and Intracoastal Waterway.
After being deposited back on land the evening will con-
tinue with a ride on the Evangeline, a trolley that resembles a
miniature replica of an 1880 steam engine. Passengers will
board the train, which will take them to dinner at their choice of
three Fort Lauderdale restaurants, Evangeline Creole Bar &
Restaurant or Minstral on A1A or the Sage French Cafe on
Federal Highway.
Package rates were unavailable at press time. For more
information call the Carrie B. at 768-9920. The boat is docked
at Las Olas Boulevard and Southeast Fifth Avenue, behind the


Hyde Park Grocery Store in Fort Lauderdale. Reservations for
the sunset cruises are required.
Deerfield Island Park off Deerfield Beach will host a
Valentine's Day picnic and cruise on Feb. 11. The park's 17-
seat pontoon boat will pick up passengers at 1:30 p.m. at its
dock on Riverview Road, next to the Riverview Restaurant on
the Intracoastal Waterway.
Park employees will also take visitors on pontoon boat
tours around the island, a 55-acre wildlife preserve, at 2:30
p.m. and 3:30 p.m. The pontoon will bring people back to the
mainland at 4:30 p.m.
The entire event is free, but participants are asked to bring
their own lunches and to make reservations in advance. For
those wanting to come in their own vessels, the park has a
seven-slip dock which can accommodate boats up to 25 feet.
Dock space is first come, first served. Call 360-1320.
The Star of Palm Beach Riverboat Cruises will host a
Valentine's Day cruise on a replica of a Mississippi River
paddlewheeler from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Feb. 14. In
addition to the Intracoastal backdrop, the evening will include
dinner, a bottle of champagne and a rose for each couple. There
will also be live music and dancing.
The cost is $41.95 plus tax and port charges per person.
The boat will leave from its dock at Phil Foster Park on Singer
Island. Reservations are required. Call 407-842-0882.
Vizcaya in Miami will hold moonlight tours of its illumi-
nated Italian Renaissance gardens at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 14.


Vizcaya, at.3251 S. Miami Ave., is a fully-restored 16th
century Italian Renaissance overlooking Biscayne Bay. The
villa was built in 1914 by industrialist James Deering. The
moonlight tours are given four times a year and only on nights
when there is a full moon. The evening includes a slide lecture
on the gardens. Admission is $5 per person and reservations are
required. Call 250-9133, ext. 2249.
At Gondola Adventures, every day is Valentine's Day. The
company offers romantic gondola rides daily at Bayside Market-
place, 401 Biscayne Blvd. in Miami. Among the packages are
champagne tours and dinner outings. Prices vary, from $5 per
person for a tour of Bayside to $499 for a sunrise cruise to a
private island that features breakfast and "whatever." All out-
ings require reservations. Call 573-1818.
Water Taxi of Fort Lauderdale isn't planning any special
Valentine's Day package but passengers can still create their
own special evening by boarding any of the company's floating
cabs, which stops at various waterfront nightclubs and restau-
rants on the Intracoastal. The company also offers a similar
service in Miami. Stops include Bayside Marketplace, restau-
rants and hotels overlooking Biscayne Bay. An all-day taxi pass
in either Dade or Broward cost $14 per person. Call 565-5507.
Lovebirds can have a Valentine's Day with a view at the
Pier Top Lounge inside the Hyatt-Regency Pier 66 Hotel and
Marina, 2301 SE 17th Causeway in Fort Lauderdale. The
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Club members share common interest in sailing


SAILING From Page 3
Paula Nee, a sales representative for a
major credit card members. "Our original pur-
pose was to get single people together who like
to sail and socialize," she said. "We knew it was
a good idea when we started so we're not too
surprised that we've been successful."
Many singles prefer a group where its
members all share a common interest, rather
than trying to meet people through the bar
scene, she said.
"When people come to our happy hours
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market," she said. "It's more like a bunch of
friends gathering to share their love of sailing."
Even though the romance angle is
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club members has occurred over the years.
Fred Rosa and Kris Bowman met through
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"I signed up for the club because I love the
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Said Rosa: "It goes to show that you can
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"We've attended every happy hour, with
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Boat Show to take place at three different sites


BOAT SHOW From Page 3
renowned custom yacht builders will be fea-
tured at the center, along with exhibits dedi-
cated to the engines, electronics and interiors
of these crafts. There will also a concept craft
display area that will feature models and de-
signs of futuristic vessels such as sleek
Batmobile-type boats and hoover crafts.
Whatever their pleasure, boating fans will
see plenty of new offerings. Displays will
include the President 83 Luxury Yacht, the
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46 sportfisher, Back Country Powerboats' 171
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"Families and weekend boaters comprise
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package is between $12,000 and $18,000."
The Miami International Boat Show and
Sailboat Show will be open to the public Feb.
18 to 22. Admission, which allows access to all
three sites, is $10 for adults and $3 for children
ages six to 12. A special two-day pass can be
purchased for $16 for adults. There is no child


two-day pass. Kids pay for entry per day.
A Family Day will be held on President's
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Supermarket cash register receipt will earn free
admission for their spouse and children younger
than 12 years old with one paid adult admission.
Hours at the convention center will be
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FAMILY From Page 5
But other stops were more successful.
From American Samoa, the Walls sailed to New Zealand,
where they spent a year while Andy worked and the kids went
to school. From there the family sailed to Fiji and on to New
Caledonia before embarking for Andy's native Australia,
where they spent over a year, everybody working and the kids
again in school. As a teen in Sydney, Andy build his first boat,
a 30-footer, and sailed it around Cape Horn and on into Florida
where he met his wife while passing through Fort Lauderdale.
After Australia, the Walls headed to Indonesia, across the
Indian Ocean, stopped at Christmas Island, went down the
coast to Madagascar and around South Africa back into the
Atlantic Ocean. From South Africa, which Pam dubs her most
favorite stop other than Australia, the Walls hit St. Helena
before sailing up the coast of Brazil, back up through Jamaica
and into the Bahamas.
It was June, 1991 when they docked the sloop into the Fort
Lauderdale's 14th Street Intracoastal inlet, the same access
point they had used on their way out.
Pam, who became an assistant marine store manager at
West Marine, and Andy, who started his own business, had an
easier time adjusting to life on land than their kids.
Both kids were registered in Fort Lauderdale Catholic
schools, but it didn't take long before they opted to return to
home study.
Samantha, now 18, plans to go on to college, while Jamie,


14, who traveled to France last year as a foreign exchange
student, hopes to return and study in the French school system.
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"I would go to roller furling," she said, describing a
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VALENTINES From Page 11
can be reached via a glass-enclosed elevator from the hotel's lobby.
Once at the top, visitors can see a 360-degree panoramic
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Dried fruits help flavor meals prepared at sea


Driedfruits help flavor meals prepared at sea


By KAREN STOW
Waterfront News Writer
Anyone familiar with cruising to the Bahamas and
Caribbean knows first hand the problems in obtaining fresh
fruits. And if you're like me, tropical fruits may leave you
unimpressed.
To my mind, a better option is stocking up on sundried
fruits. The old method of dehydrating required reconstitut-
ing, but today sundried berries and cherries are moist,
intense in flavor and easy to store.
Sundried fruits can be used in baking, sauces for meat
and poultry, or even sprinkled over a tossed salad. Here's a
few examples:

Sundried Blueberry Muffins
1 3/4 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 cup milk
4 tablespoons butter, melted and cooled
1 teaspoon orange zest
1/2 cup sundried blueberries*
Preheat oven to 400 degrees and generously grease
muffin tins. In a large mixing bowl sift flour, baking
powder, baking soda, sugar and salt. In a separate bowl
combine egg and milk. Add orange zest, butter and
sundried blueberries. Make a well in the center of the dry
ingredients and add liquid mixture all at once. Using a
wooden spoon, stir batter just until combined. Do not over
mix.
Spoon batter into prepared muffin tins. Bake for 18 to
20 minutes, or until golden brown. Cool muffins slightly on
a wire rack. Serve warm. Makes 12 muffins.
*Any sundried fruit could be used. Cut larger fruit into
small pieces.


... Today sundried berries and
cherries are moist, intense in flavor
and easy to store.


Pork Tenderloin with a Sundried Cherry
and Pear Sauce
2 pork tenderloins, about two pounds each
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 clove of garlic, cut in half
Salt and fresh ground pepper

Sauce
2 pears, peeled and diced
1 cup dried cherries
3/4 cup Port wine
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon orange zest
1/4 cup orange juice
1 teaspoon ginger
1/4 teaspoon dried mustard
In a nonreactive saucepan, combine all ingredients for
sauce. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until
pears soften, about 10 minutes Set aside. Sauce can be
made a day ahead. Keep refrigerated until ready to use.
Makes about 1 1/2 cups.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees and brush tenderloins with
olive oil. Rub tenderloin with garlic and season with salt
and pepper. In a large frying pan over high heat brown
tenderloins on all sides, about two minutes each side.
Place tenderloins on a roasting pan and roast for 15 to
20 minutes for medium to medium rare. Let the meat rest
for 10 minutes before carving.
To serve: slice pork into 1/2 slices and ladle 1/4 cup of


sauce onto each plate. Serves four to six.
Sundried Cranberry Bread Pudding with
an Orange Hard Sauce
10 to 12 slices firm white bread, cut into one-inch cubes
5 large eggs
1 1/2 cups heavy cream
1 cup whole milk
2 teaspoons vanilla
1/3 cup sugar
1 cup sundried cranberries
1 tablespoon grand Marnier
In a large bowl beat eggs lightly. Beat in cream, milk,
vanilla, bread slices and sugar. Cover and set aside for one
to two hours.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Butter a shallow two
quart baking dish. In a small bowl sprinkle Grand Marier
over sundried cranberries. Set aside for 15 minutes. Fold
cranberries into bread mixture until combined. Spoon
mixture into prepared pan.
Bake on the middle rack of oven for 45 minutes or
until the pudding is a golden brown and a knife inserted in
the center comes out clean. If the top is not brown, place
pudding under broiler for 30 to 40 seconds. Serve warm
with orange hard sauce.

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1/2 cup unsalted butter
1113 cups powdered sugar, sifted
1/4 cup Grand Marnier
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon orange zest
2 tablespoons heavy cream
Pinch of salt
In a mixing bowl, cream together butter and sugar until
light and fluffy. Add Grand Mamier, vanilla, orange zest
and salt, beating until light. Add cream if sauce seems too
thick. Makes 3/4 cup.


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know by calling (305) 524-9450.
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.15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort
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*Bimini Bay: 1318 N. Ocean Dr. Hollywood, ICW; 400'
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*Bimini Boat Yard, 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale,
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525-7400.
*Bootleggors, 3003 NE 32nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, ICW,
valet boat dock, 300' dock, 3' draft low tide, 5' high tide.
563-4337.
*California Cafe, Pier 66 Marina, 2001 SE 17th St.
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728-3572 or VHF channel 16.
*Cap's Place, Cap's Island, 2765 NE 28 CT, MM 69,
Lighthouse Point, 150' dock, 3'5' draft. 941-0418.
*Charley's Crab, 3000 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
ICW, 300' dock, 10' draft. 561-4800.
*Chart House, 301 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, New
River, 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 available on a first come, first serve basis; 7' draft;
takes boats up to 70 feet. Call 463-9800.
*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
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*Le Tub: 1100 N. Qcean Dr., Hollywq.d, ICW; about 150';
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*Martha's, 6024 N. Ocean D-., Hollywood, 1000' dock, 6'
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*Pal's Charley's Crab, 1755 SE 3rd CT, Deerfield Beach,
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*Pelican Pub, 2635 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach,
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*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.
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*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.,
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Collins Ave. Miami Beach, 30', 4.5' draft. 945-3934.
*Hooligan's Pub & Oyster Bar, 3025 NE 188th St., No.
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6 p.m., 8' draft low tide. 947-6661.
*Langosta Beach, 1279 NE 79th St. Causeway, Miami.
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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.
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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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*Venerable New York actor Woody Romoff returns to
Brian C. Smith's Off Broadway Theatre to star in the heart-
warming play Dividends by Gary Richards. The hilarious
comedy is about a grandson's loving and devoted efforts to
arrange a long delayed barmitzvah for his 83 year old grand-
father who at age 13 was consumed with helping his family to
survive.
Co-starring with Romoff are South Florida's outstanding
actors Harriet Oser and Larry Belkin, with Brian Smith as
director. This dramatization of family values enjoyed a long
run at New York's Jewish Repertory Theatre.
The theater is located at 1444 NE 26th St. in Wilton
Manors. For more information call 566-0554.
*The White-Willis Theatre is presenting the award win-
ning musical On the Town through Feb. 12 at the Main Library
Theatre in Fort Lauderdale. Remember the delightful movie
with Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and Jules Munchin that dealt
with the escapades of three sailors on leave in New York City?
The music by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph
Green is bursting with songs we're still singing today.
For more information call 721-9411 or (800) 829-9365.
*Almost like Being in Love is playing at Jan's Rooftop
Cabaret in Boca Raton. The premiere production, staged by
artistic director Bob Bogdanoff, features the best from the
Broadway classics Camelot, Brigadoon, Gigi, Paint Your
Wagon and My FairLady. Performances are Tuesdays through
Sunday through Feb. 26.
For more information call (800) 841-6765.
*How the Other HalfLoves by Alan Ayckbour will play
through March 5 at the Drama Center in Deerfield Beach. The
comedy of ingenuity and verve is about three couples, with the
men all working for the same company. But one of the
younger men is having an affair with the wife of the oldest.
The romance makes for some interesting moments.
For more information call 570-9115.


Theater Notes


*The Scarlet Pimpernel, a new musical of romance and
adventure based on the novel by the Baroness Orzcy, is written
by the Public Theatre's owner director/producer Vince
Rhomberg. This premiere production, with an excellent cast
familiar to south Florida audiences, will be performed at the
Main Library Theatre in Fort Lauderdale, and plays from Feb.
16 to March 5.
For more information call 568-2243.
*MixedDoubles by Fred Carmichael takes center stage at
Opus Playhouse in Coral Springs from Feb. 17 to March 5. In
the first act, a separated middle aged couple are both out for
a fling and, unknown to the other, wind up in the connecting
suites of a Mexican motel. In the second act, a Golden Age
couple, unmarried because of tax benefits, is in one suite and
a group of heroin smugglers is in the other. It's clever, timely
and with a playful view of the ageless problems of love.
For more information call 753-7070.
*Running through February at the Sea Club Oceanfront
Resort Hotel, 619 N. Atlantic Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, four
talented performers do a revue of gems by John Kander and
Fred Ebb, spotlighting songs from Cabaret, Funny Girl,
Chicago, Zorba and Liza with a Z. The show is playing in the
theater's Mermaid Room.

How the Other Half Loves by Alan
Ayckboum will play through March 5 at
the Drama Center in Deerfield Beach.


Off Broadway
For more information call 564-3211, extension. 336.
*Applause Theatre Group Sales has been appointed the
exclusive group sales representative for the Coral Springs
City Center. Shows scheduled include Evita, Camelot, Shirley
Valentine, Nutcracker on Ice, Rita Rudner, Nestor Torres,
Battle of the Big Bands, and Ballet Florida's productions of
Cinderella and the Three Masterpieces.
For more information call 929-6913.
*There's much going on these days at the Jupiter Theatre.
Performances include Shecky Green, Feb. 5-6 and Feb. 19-20;
Jackie Mason, Feb. 21-26; Vic Damone, Feb. 28-March 5;
Cabaret (replaces in The Name ofLove), March 7 to April 2;
The Smothers Brothers with Pat Paulsen, March 12-13; Harry
Blackstone, Jr., March 19-20; Robert Klein, March 26-27;
Bobby Rydell, April 2-3; Phyllis Diller and Marilyn Michaels,
April 4-9; Doc Severinsen & the Tonight Show Band, April
11-16; and Mame, April 18 to May 21.
For more information call (407) 746-5566.
*Company, the sophisticated musical by Stephen
Sondheim will play through Feb. 12 at the Caldwell Theatre
Company in Boca Raton. A swinging, eligible bachelor and a
group of married couples sing and dance their way through the
trials and tribulations of love, marriage, dating and divorce
amidst the urban, bustling backdrop of the Big Apple.
For more information call 930-6400.
*'Tis said you can't keep a good man down. That goes for
women as well. Vinnette Carroll continues the theatrical
season with Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, Erroll John's brawl-
ing, laughing, bitter slice of life in Trinidad.
It's the show that launched the careers of James Earle
Jones and Cicely Tyson. Preview shows scheduled Feb. 3,
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By AMANDA COVARRUBIAS
Associated Press Writer
SAN DIEGO (AP) Strapped into a
harness and perched over the bow of a speed-
ing 75-foot yacht, Susanne Leech Naim knows
what it means to live on the edge.
So do the 28 other crew members of
America3, the first all-women's team racing
in the America's Cup, sailing's most presti-
gious competition.
Nair, who left her job as an engineer for
NASA to join America3 and become a bow-
man, has been dreaming of something like
this ever since she sailed with her parents at
the age of 10 on a two-year trip around the world.
"It was an early opportunity," she said.
"I was responsible for an eight-hour shift in
sailing. The boat was in my power. I knew
how to control it. Those kinds of things kind
of lend to your background, with your ease
and how comfortable you are with sailing.
"I have no fear at all of going up on the
bow in any situation, in any weather. I have
no fear at all of going up a rig ... slight
trepidation at times..." she said.
America3 sailed against Dennis
Conner's Stars & Stripes in the opening race
of the Citizen Cup defender selection series.
The four-month Citizen Cup, which also in-
cludes Maine-based PACT 95, will deter-
mine which American team defends the Cup
against a foreign challenger.
"I don't feel nervous," Nairn said, even
as a fierce winter storm pounded the walls of
the boat she and her husband, Bruce Nairn,
call home in San Diego.
"It's more anticipation," she said. "I
want to see how much we've improved over
the last two months since the Worlds and how
much they've improved. It's the start of the
long haul."
During the International America's Cup


Ar rnoto/JAULK SMITH
The afterguard of America3 pose for a picture aboard their America's Cup class yacht during media day activities
at their San Diego compound. They are, from left, Leslie Egnot, JJ. Isler, Annie Nelson, Dawn Riley and Courtney
Becker-Dey. The America's Cup Defender Selection Series continues through February.


Class World Championship last fall, the
womenplaced secondbehindAustralia's John
Bertrand.
"You have to be able to look at a situa-
tion, figure out the best way to solve it, and if
the best way to solve it is cutting away the
chute (a spinnaker), you have to be able to cut
away the chute," she said. "You just have to
make a decision and act on it and not second-
guess it."
The team's schedule requires her to rise
at 5:30 each morning for a daily, two-hour
workout that starts at 6:30. The women are on
the water for six hours, returning about 7 p.m.
She's in bed by 10 p.m.
While acknowledging it's more difficult


for women to break into the male-dominated
world of big-boat sailing, Nairn said it's hard
for anyone, man or woman, to get the chance
to prove themselves in the small and skeptical
community of world-class sailors.
But she was always determined, volun-
teering to crew whenever she could and al-
ways showing up, even when others didn't.
"One of the things I tell anyone who's
asking me how to get involved in sailing is
you really have to show you're enthusiastic
about the sport and even if you know nothing,
be willing to learn," she said. "And the other
thing is to show up every time because no-
body is going to give you a second chance if
you don't show up."


She and her husband, a sales manager for
a sail-manufacturing company in their home-
town of Annapolis, Md., have been married
for a year. He took a leave of absence from his
job to accompany her to San Diego.
When she was named to the team, Nairn
quit her job with NASA, where she designed
data systems for the International Space Sta-
tion and provided information on the division's
work to the public via the Internet.
"I love being in the heat of competition,"
Nairn said. "It's a great feeling when you're
able to do a job and do it correctly and with
some finesse. It's exhilarating.'


Olympic yachting in Savannah appears assured


International Yacht
Racing Jaimoi president
not completely satisfied
ATLANTA (AP) The often rocky
road to having Savannah host yachting in the
1996 Olympics apparently was smoothed for
good last month when Games organizers
announced plans to upgrade the proposed
competition site.
The head of the federation that governs
yachting, who has been sharply critical of
Savannah's suitability, said he is satisfied
now that the competition can be successfully
staged in the coastal Georgia city.
However, International Yacht Racing
Union President Paul Henderson said it has
taken so long to reach this point that prepara-
tions will have to proceed at an accelerated
pace.
"This is basically what we asked for,"


Henderson said from his office in Toronto.
"All we've got now is the place where we're
going to play. Now we have to put together
the nuts and bolts to make it work."
In mid January, the Atlanta Committee
for the Olympic Games said in Savannah it
had reached an agreement with Boston-based
ITT Sheraton Corp. that will provide a stag-
ing area, or launching site, on the Wilmington
River for the yachting competition.
Lack of a confirmed staging area had
been among the major complaints expressed
by Henderson, who had threatened earlier to
remove yachting from Savannah because he
felt the city was not ready.
Much of the activity will be alongside
the site of the now vacant Sheraton Savannah
Resort, which the Sheratoncompany acquired
in a bankruptcy sale about a year ago.
The Savannah Sailing Center will build
on the Sheraton property, at ACOG's ex-
pense, a variety of facilities that can be used


after the Olympics to develop a permanent
community sailing center, another priority of
the yachting federation.
ACOG Chief Operating Officer A.D.
Frazier refused to say how much ACOG
planned to spend on the facilities. ACOG's
$1.58 billion budget for staging the '96 Games
is considered very tight.
He said ACOG is taking additional steps
to enhance Savannah's ability to host yacht-
ing.
"These include staging an opening cer-
emony for the yachting competition on River
Street in Savannah (and) holding two awards
ceremonies in Savannah," Frazier said.
Local officials said they were relieved
finally to answer Henderson's concerns.
The Savannah area last year lost the
beach volleyball venue after the head of that
sport's governing body expressed dissatis-
faction with a site on Tybee Island. Yachting
was the only event in the 1996 Games for


which the site remained uncertain.
"This nails it all down," said banker
Archie Davis, president of the Savannah
Olympic Support Council, a group that is
working with ACOG to prepare the city for
the Games.
"It is very important in the sense that this
puts in place the contracts to make yachting in
Savannah a fact," Davis said.
Henderson said he still was not 100 per-
cent happy with Savannah but "I don't think
we have any choice but to move ahead with
the cards dealt us."
For example, he said, he is bothered that
the hotel to be used to house the racers is
about 25 miles away from the competition
site.
"That's a big logistical problem, and we
have to do everything possible ... to make it as
enjoyable as possible," Henderson said.


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SCustom Canvas
SBiminis
Dodgers
Canvas Hardware
\ Frame Modification & Repairs
SSunbrella Acrylics
6 Goretex: Thread
316 L Stainless
205 SW 7th Ave.
Fort Lauderdale 30- 76 -7423



Hydraulies
CUSTOM-t DESIGNED HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
Engineering..* On-site trouble-shooting Repair

Dealersfor Vickers, Sundstrand & Rexroth
TME JOIW D DOWNS C. INC.
800 Old Griffin Road Danla, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800


1602 Alton Road, Suite #511 Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel / Fax 305-532-7310


Captain Ron Jones
Yacht and Diving Services
Voice/Fax 305-523-0495 /
Pager 305-875-4613
Management for Absentee Owners
Since 1987
757 S.E. 17th Street, Suite 250
Fort Lauderdale, 11, 33316


NEW DO-IT-YOURSELF AREA
30 TON TRAVEL LIFT
A FULL SERVICE MARINA
sm SERwCE PMIRr




TRUE'S MARINE GLASS & MIRROR.


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GLASS SPECIALIST
Serving Distinctive Homes & Yachts for over 40 years
ROSS J. KOERBER
SGlass Etching Table Tops Mirrored Wall Systemans High Security Glass
SMarine Windows in Tempered or Laminated Glass and Curved Acrylic Plastic
Tub & Shower Enclosures
Ask your decorator or call us direct


467-7005
'467-7159


101 S.W. 15th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315


Fax 467-3712
CC# 92-6624-G-X.


M A K 1 N R E A f IN it K


Wtoob --Ctudc Ilorktsop, Inc.
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


ARTMARINE SERVICE CENTER
New South River 3100 State Road 84
(State Road 84 between 441 & 1-95)
305-587-3883

20 YRs. EXPERIENCE FT. LDLE: (305) 432-4741
POWER & SAIL (NATIONAL)
BEEPER : (800) 506-0755


"CAPT.VIC" RAKSTIS
MARINE SURVEYS YACHT MAdNAGEMENT


USCG LICENSE# 303033 DELIrERIBS


LADDERS & RAILS
SHighest Yacht Quality.
C,~ designed & engineered for
S -.-your vessel.
E co
1E JOII CIV IS II CoT IC C.
The 800 MARINE TE"IK*CAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800


(^ ^ Used
AL,^ &
A New
SMarine
B Gear
541 West Avenue
INES Miami Beach
S (305)534-4137

Your Flotsam & Jetsam is worth cash


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Refit & Refurbishing
Electrical & Plumbing
Engine & Pump Repairs
Design & Metal Fabrication
For quick reliable service call
(305)920-6968
PAX (305)-92-4119 101 NIl 1st Ave. Ininal..004


ASW GROUP
Maritime &
Criminal Investigations
A Full Service Agency
with:
Unlimited Computer Database
ALL INFO ALL RECORDS


"Any Case, Anytime Ashore & Afloat"
U.S. & Caribbean
David N. Kellerman, Capt. USMS
Agency Lic No. A9300327 24 hrs. 305/480-4055



DEAD AIM

PEST CONTROL INC.
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL LICENSED/INSURED
Boat Spraying & Rodent Control

BROWARO
304 S.W. 14 Street 305583-8777
Ft Lauderdale, R. 33312-3656
i ?. Beeper: 992-8777


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GEORGE E. CARLSEN

GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE
Complete Maointenance
l'a h '& Towel Dry
Teak Cleaning, Oiling, Sanding and Varnishing
Custom Waxing
Weekly & Bi-monthly Services


PO Box 10081
Pompano Beach, FL 33061


(305) 781-6861


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


SUNSHINE

YACHT SALES, INC.


PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGEABLE ETHICAL
LICENSED & BONDED

PATRICK LEE
"Your Full Service Broker"


(305) 94-YACHT
(305) 949-2248


DIVEF13[FIED
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Fax: 305-944-7173
Beeper: 305-231-3666


STEVE SAUNDERS
PRESIDBT
(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


New Sails, Sail Repairs
Used Sails, Canvas Dept.
Rope & Splicing m

NORTH SAILS

100 SW 15th Street,
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315
(305) 522-8840


FRANK & JIMMIE'S
wIkuLEb-=LLER SHOP

100 S.W. 6 St. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33501
ALL UNDERWATER RUNNING GEAR
SHAFTS STRUTS RUDDERS PROPELLERS
NEW SALES
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
305/467-7723 or 1-800-228-6077
Serving South Florida Marine Business since 1947




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Complete Shoe Service
"~~ "If The Shoe Fits, Repair It"
MODERN SHOE REPAIR '
Florida's First Factory Aurhorized Repair Station i
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 I
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33316 Est. 1928
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"Marine Security &
Alarm Specialist"


1323 S.E. 17th Street, Suite #424
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316


Phone: (305) 962-6677
Fax: (305) 989-3325


DOUG'S MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service

Major or Minor Repairs
Euro Conversions & Refits

Serving :Broward, Palm Beach & Dade

305 463- 4749



Marine Consulting Appraisal Pre-purchase & Insurance Surveys
INBOAAnthony Pavlo
INBOARD RA 305-973-1135


I/O
SURVEYS
REPAIRS
REPAIRS


A ~P'S


Marine Surveying & Service, Inc.


Soc'ty of Accredited Marine Surveyors (SAMS)
American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC)
National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)


281 N.W. 42 Ave.
Coconut Creek, FL 33066


W & 0 SUPPLY, Inc. Valves
Fittings
Bring in this ad for: Pipe
'5' Off on your 1st order Tubing
of $250 or more. Metals
'l000 Off on your 1st order Metrics
of $50 or more.

3333 SW 2nd Ave. Phone:
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 (305) 462 8008
Marine Specialists FAX: 467 3236


(305) 522-2524
Beeper: (3051 898-7475
Roland Salerno
MASTER SALVAGE DIVER


UNDERWATER MAINTENANCE
Bottoms Props Zinc Inspections
U/W Photos 6 Video Hull & Boat Refnishing
Custom Bottom Painting
981 S.E. 20th St.. A-45, Box 9 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316


WORLDWIDE
FILTRATION
SYSTEMS
fuel tanks cleaned & fuel filtered
Removal of water, algae & contaminants from
the fuel and the tanks, with our state-of-the-art
system featuring dockside service
Personal Service Insured
Rory P. Raynor (305) 525-1771


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Licensed & Insured Marina & Yacht Club Registered


IA Details 4
YACHT SEnVHICE
IP .
I Office: (305) 731-3690 or Page: 631-0569
Wash & Chamois Compounding Wax & Polish
Scheduled Maintenance Varnish Teak Interiors



305/ 0 POWERWASHING


SPECIALIZING IN
WOODEN DECK & DOCK CLEANING &
SEALING FREE WRITTEN ESTIMATES

971-8636
EXPERIENCE & QUALITY


CFLORIDA ANTIQUE
COSIGNMENTSNLY 30 CKLE COLLECTORS
Collector
305/565-3740 NATIONAL FISHINGLURE
COLLECTORS CLUB

HOOKED ON ANTIQUE FISHING TACKLE
BUY SELL -TRADE






MS MARINE A

CONSIGNMENTBS
"Master-Baiters," 615 SW 6 St., Pompano Beach
"It's the Discount that Counts"
Bait Tackle Marine Buy Sell Trade
CONSMIINMSETS H LYC 30S CMMISSION
ENVIROusanTEST Lf Bargains TORIES *
Phone: 785-8744 Fax: 785-8554
Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-6pm; Sat/Sun 5am-6pm



OIL ANALYSIS
Done with the latest technology
DIESEL and GAS ENGINES,
TRANSMISSIONS, HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, ETC.

ENVIROTEST LABORATORIES


Laboratory:
3554 N.E. 12th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334


Tel. (305) 565-5201
Fax (305) 565-8839


Concentration
Admiralty & Maritime Law


MARK ERCOLIN
Attorney At Law


(305) 462-0271
(305) 321-9157
FAX: (305) 462-0272


Suite 210
901 S.E. 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316


Ist MATE MARINE SERVICES
A We li'ret Your Bout like It Wus, Ours *
Captain Greg Nusser
EMI if,00195i51 PADll nstltuclur#13131
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I lulls clelaned Zi s Slvaye Bright work Gen. maintenance
Props pulled Surveys Photos Clem.aing Electrical installed
Outboard repair Lines spliced
Alu111, 3t/ i, : .t A4,10.lviaumt .e Dlcl'ei ieb
32b N.E. 2nd Cou Bioward (305) 927-3508
Daia.i Fl. 33004 '11de (305)439 1769


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HOME SERVICES


Historic Fort Lauderdale neighborhood to hold house tour


Six homes to be open to the public
Sailboat Bend, billed as Fort Lauderdale's only historic
residential neighborhood, will be showing off its oldest homes
during the 8th Annual House and Garden Tour Feb. 19.
The event, which is sponsored by the Sailboat Bend Civic
Association, helps raise funds for community improvement
projects. It also promotes the area by bringing in potential
homeowners for the tour.
Over 1,000 people usually buy tickets for the event,
promoters say. For the tour, six private homes are opened to
the public. The neighborhood boasts about 250 "cracker"
style houses, many now renovated and in use today.
This year the King Cromartie House, 229 Moffatt Ave.
has been added to the tour. Built in 1907, the house sits in the
center of the New River Historic Village now being developed
by the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.
The King Cromartie House was built by boat builder and
carpenter Edward T. King, who also built the New River Inn
and the three Bryan homes, including two now in use by the


The newest waterfront home in Sailboat Bend is scheduled to complete
construction by the time of the tour.


Chart House restaurant. His own house was built a quarter
mile up river in what is now Smoker Park, and was rafted
down the river to its present location in 1971.
The newest waterfront home in Sailboat Bend is sched-
uled to complete construction by the time of the tour. Its
location on Coontie Place is one of the few remaining home
sites on the New River. A Florida cracker style house with
wood siding and a front porch, it is .the first house to be
authorized under a city law that calls for certain restrictions
when building in the historic neighborhood.
Five other private homes scheduled on the tour were built
in the mid 1920s and '30s, all of them displaying architectural
characteristics of the period when they were constructed.


Other historic sights included on the tour include Fort
Lauderdale's last remaining swing bridge, the 1927 fire sta-
tion designed by architect Francis Abreu and the childhood
home of Sandy Nininger, the first congressional Medal of
Honor recipient in World War II.
A day-long festival in Major Lauderdale Park will also
coincide with the tour.
Tours start at noon at the ticket booth on Southwest
Second Avenue in front of Esplanade Park and the Broward
Center for the Performing Arts. Free trolley service will be
provided.
Tickets are $5 for children and $9 for adults. For more
information call 522-9230.


Hom..1 :W [.lI-*S


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Services
U l f en rish ha.ds are cleaning...
b 'i 4 ouV eyes will be smilin'l
Varnishing & Prep Work
Offices Homes Boats Ironing Service Available
Call Kathleen -- 4620832


S o p DAVID MOORE
U0:T ax Shop'

Florida Professional Data Services, Inc.
Tax & Accounting Services
5325 North Dixie Highway
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33334
305-492-0121
800-817-0121
One Block North of Commercial

















Serving the Boating
Community since 1980
1"OoRDeVA TRAVEL
1552 CORDOVA RD. FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. 33316
SPHONE: 305-523-1552 FAX: 305-523-1124
1-800-940-1552




Anthony R. MellardCP NLP, HyP
Board certified Hypnotist and Certified Practitioner of
Neurolinguistic Programming
Stop Smoking Control Stress Weight Control
Personal Power and Regression-


1-305-462-3191


CALL FORAPPOINTMENT


701 S.E. 22nd St. Ft. Laud. Fla. 33316


WaMter Taxi.
305-565-5507 THE,
Call for infoz nation on: Pub-Crawls, Group Tours, EQ ITA
Charters, and our Luxury Water Limo
Water Taxi... the most unique way to get there!
STues. Thurs. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURAN(
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EAWI ALL WORK GUARANTEED
FREE ESTIMATES
ON TIME SERVICE
LICENSED INSURED
CC U.15810
OUR COLLAPSIBLE
c CRANES FITS
DECK -UNDER MOST
INC.' FIXED BRIDGES

1-800-585-3534




SERVICE & REPAIR:
BOAT LIFTS JETSKI LIFTS
SEAWALL DAVITS
YACHT DAVITS
For quick reliable service call
(305)920-6968
FAX (305) 920-4119 101 NI 1st Ave.l)ania,F.33004


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Starting at $60 your business card
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more than 40,000 readers in the tri-
county area. Call us for more details at
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PIPING SYSTEMS
To Class ABS, Lloyd's, etc. in stainless
steel, coppernickel, titanium.
U.S. & Metric bending dies to 5".
Design, fabrication & installation.
THlE JOHN P DOWNS CO, INC.
The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800


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Complete Boat Interiors
Fort Lauderdale.


CHATTAHOOCHEE
SPECIALIST
Pressure Cleaning Resealing Installation
Patios Pool Decks Driveways Walkways
r ood Decks and Docks Pressure)
Cleaned, Sealed or Stainedm
Call Bob For "Free" Estimates
CHA1TA.Hr ATIO CAR, INC.:


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MARINE
SERVICES
A/C Refrigeration
Alarms
Boat Yards
Canvas
Carpeting
Catering
Cleaning-Boats
Communications
Deliveries
Diving
Electrical
Electronics
Financing-Boats
Fiberglass
Instruction
Insurance
Lettering
Mail Services
Mechanics
Plumbing
Riggers
Salvors
Sandblasting
Surveyors
Towing
Transportation
Upholstery
Woodworking
HOME
SERVICES
Air Conditioning
Carpeting
Cleaning-Home/Office
Construction
Day Care
Electrical
Landscaping
Plumbing
Roofing
Swimming Pools
Woodworking
PUBLIC
NOTICES
Help Wanted
Positions Wanted-
Captains
Crew
Business Opps.
Wanted
Personals
Announcements
FOR SALE
Charts
Davits
Engines
Electronics
Generators
Heads
Marine Supplies
Sails/Rigging
Tools
BOATS
Dinghies
Power Boats
Sailboats
Boat Rentals
Yacht Charters
DOCKAGE
North Broward
Central Broward
South Broward
Dade
Palm Beach
The Keys
Florida
Out of State
RENTALS
For Rent
For Lease
Apartments
Commercial
Storage
REALTY
Broward
Dade
Palm Beach
The Keys
Florida
Out of State
International


MARINE SERVI C" F


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DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
MARINE ELECTRIC- C. Tom Willams.
Your dock or mine. Call 981-4663.


RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES 18 yrs exp.
Sail/Power. DOCKSIDE REPAIR. Diesel/Gas.
General maintenance-troubleshooting. Fair
prices. Call Marc 587-5590.


ABOVE BOARD CONTROLS, INC.
Installation & repair of all
,controls & steering
M.M.C. Electric, Morse, Hynautic.
305-791-6382 / Beeper: 305-497-0306
JET STAR MARINE


Shop/Dockside Services
Fast, Reasonable, Guaranteed
Mechanical or Electrical on Inboard, Outboard,
I/O Outdrive Repairs.
Licensed & Insured
Office: 783-4966.- Beeper: 422-4935


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
TIRED OF ALCOHOL STOVES, YUCK? Con-
vert your stove/oven to LPG or Kerosene
with brand-new parts. 23yrs exp. 763-2748
CUSTOM MACHINING, fabricating & welding
Marine Stainless, Aluminum, Bronze & Delrin
in stock. We make & repair anything!
Tropic Machine 305-779-7038.
COURTESY FLAGS. 12"x18" from $10-$20.
World coverage. A must-have for cruisers.
Best prices for best qua ty. 305-527-1605"
CHRISTINE DAVIS FLAGS, 923 SE 20 St. Fort
Lauderdale FL 33316
DOCKS/PATIOS/HOMES- Pressure cleaning,
painting, waterproofing, carpentry. Excellent
reference. Call Ziggy 463-1833.
WORK FLOATS- delivered, extreme lystable
design, for waxtii, etc. $20/da'y. 467-1229.

*Soft Pad Grinding *Woodwork & Varnish
*Fiberglass Repair *Spray & Brush Finish
*Hull Refit *Wiring
*Epoxy Seal *Bottom Painting
$15 Per Hour
TOM FLAHERTY 940-8859-986-1829


SHIP YOUR BOAT

TO WEST COAST


Florida to Vancouver

Cruise the San Juans to Alasa, 1en California
& Mexico for the winter.
I' looking for up to 5 aher yachts
to share a trip west as cargo
on returning large freight barge.

Safe, Insured, fast (18 days). Yacht delivered,
washed with antlnas up.

Call Bob
A r 0 0 0 9 AP


TECHNICOLD refrigeration & air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service parts. All makes. 764-6192.
AIR CONDITIONING SPECIAL
TECHNICOLD 16,000 BTU, 2-yr warranty.
$1395. RICH BEERS MARINE 305-764-6192.



Call CABLE MARINE 462-2822.
Call ROYAL PALM YACHT BASIN 923-5900


See HARBOUR TOWNE MARINA oaae 16


Call THUNDERBOAT MARINA 963-2660
Call ARTMARINE 305-587-3883


a ,vas,


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


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


CARIBBEAN CUSTOM CANVAS- all marine
canvas- From biminis to whatever? Call my
mobile canvas truck at 305 942-4211.
Ft I auderdale Boca
KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & Repair from Couches to
Enclosures. Biminis, Cushions & Carpet
Runners. Fabrics & Supplies.
Free Est Office- 832-9443
SOS SAILS & CANVAS
Special on sail covers and U.V. covers,
Sunbrella Sail Repairs 48-hour delivery
Biminis Dodgers r Enclosures. Absolute
Ist Quality Work. 305-524-7653
CANVAS & CUSHION, Bimini tops, carpet,
very reputable, free estimates. 561-2006

Cleaning- Boats
GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash" & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
vanishing. Weekly & bi-monthly service.
Call 305-781-686. .
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES- boats,
offices, houses.:Prep & varnish work.
KaVthleen 462R-R32


YACHT POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock. ..1
Call R B. Bailey at 921-8286.


MARK's WAXING Feb special 50% off.
Beeper #305-422-9037 or 407-272-7915


APPLE POLISHING SYSTEMS- don't waste
your time or money on wax. Boater's top
choice. 8 times the protection of wax.
305-425-7465


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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




GALAPAGOS DIVERS Call 426-0802
Vessel Maintenance & Repairs, Hull Cleaning
Prop-Shaft Replacement, Diesel Mechanic
Fernando Espinoza Bpr 766-3859 Uc & Ins

DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props*Shafts*Zincs*Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service
Complete underwater maintenance
7-days. Phone #(305) 964-0064


HULL-TEX
COMPLETE UNDERWATER
BOAT MAINTENANCE
LICENSED/INSURED NAVY DIVER
Office:305-931-3635*Beeper:364-5206
ALL WORK GUARANTEED




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
J&M MARINE ELECTRIC. At your home or
dock. Established 1976 Call 785-0245
MASELLA MARINE ELECTRIC-358-3734
Corrosion ,Surveys Troubleshooting
Replacements Repairs Installations




BLISTER PROBLEMS?
Efficient smooth gelcoat stripper.
Osmotech of South Florida, Inc. 462-7560




CAPT LIC CSE Best fee in area with live
instructor. Private tutoring & instruction
avail. Traveller Ent 467-3061

Broward Community College offers
"hands-on" classes & weekend trips in:
Canoeing; Windsurfing; Dinghy sailing;
Blue water sailing; Weather &
Seamanship and Coastal Navigation thru
Celestial Navigation.
Call 989-2824 or 763-3630 days
or 763-3630 eves.


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HOME SERVICES


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Pre-spaced 3M VINYL BOAT LETTERING
7 yrs guar. Can be installed in or out of
water. Get 10% off with this ad.
Computerized Lettering, 1530-C North
Federal Highway, Pomp Beach.
782-2267 or 800-321-5387.
LETTERING: yachts & accessories.
Custom work & gold leaf by Laurie Cahill.
Studio: 763-4783 Beeper: 231-0147
QUALITY BOAT LETTERING GOLD
LEAFING. Reliable service with satisfaction
guaranteed. Claudia 920-0533*587-7801eve


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BOAT NAMB E
AND GRAPHIC
Emily installed; trendsening;
Switch a UFETIME guarantee!
MsKenzie Oertlng 800-359-1423
(305)892-0778 Fax (305)892-0335


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UJraphics



10% DISCOUNT WITH AD
For Free Estimate & Brochure
call 786-1880









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




DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLESHOOT & REPAIR.
DIESEL TECH 564-4412 POWER/SAIL
JET STAR MARINE Licensed and insured.
305-783-4966.422-4935
BOAT & ENGINE REPAIR- I/O and OB. Our
shop or your dock. $25/hr. Stern drives
resealed. Boat surveys. 27 yrs exp. As low
as $75. Call (305)791-1833 or 749-6405.



MARINE PLUMBER- 15yrs local. New
installations, repairs. Wide expert.
Reasonable, trustworthy. Working with legal
marine sanitation device laws since 1976.
Call Nautical Johns 467-7847.
ROYZ MARINE PLUMBING, specializing in
Microphor installations, repairs, service,
sales, blackwater odors no problem, galley
conversions, water heaters, refits, air
compressors. Member of M.I.A.S.F. Beeper
305-478-2293 or 305-436-7612 after 5pm.
WASTE BUSTERS, Inc Marine pump-out
service. Call 305-731-6767 VHF Ch 18


MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
Seager. Tel 527-0870.
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL. Call Ed
Rowe at 792-6092
ANSTEY & PRICE, Inc.- marine surveyors. All
types surveys power & sail.
Call David Price at 305-463-6946.
DIESEL ENGINE SURVEY, oil analysis,
troubleshoot & repair. Power/sail Diesel
Tech 564-4412 #1 service.
RHODES MARINE SURVEYORS &
CONSULTANTS Inc. Mark Rhodes, Mike
Rhodes, Ed Stanton. Buyers, insurance &
evaluation. Power & sail.
Call 946-6779 or 946-6671.
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick Williamson
407-272-1053 800-329-1053.


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


CLARKE MARINE SURVEYORS
ALL MARINE SURVEYS INS SPECIALIST
R305-566RR-4111 Connsultant Rnn800-i-9OOo


INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL
Surveyed for all major marine ins co's
D. Brizendine. MS 524-8661.
AL VIRELLI MARINE SURVEYOR pro-purchase
surveys, finance appraisals & insurance
valuations. SAIL & POWER 983-4540


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


NAVAL ARCHITECT Surveyor Consultant- all
type surveys- sail & power. Project mngmt
F.R. Forte 305-986-9846-bpr 286-2695




KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & Repair from Couches to
Enclosures. Biminis, Cushions & Carpet
Runners. Fabrics & Supplies.
Free Est Office: 832-9443
CUSHION & CANVAS, Bimini tops, carpet,
very reputable free estimates 561-2006
See BED MATES page 15




MARINE WELDING & METAL FABRICATION
Stainless-Aluminum-Bronze, shop or mobile.
Call North Winds 523-2223.beep=409-0090



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 Tigertail Blvd, Dania
Call 922-9663.
AT YOUR SERVICE- finest varnishing & teak
deck restoring -15 yrs in Ft Lauderdale.
Call Rico 524-9758 fax=522-4460.
VARNISH, TOUCH-UP, REFINISH, DETAILING-
reasonable rates, free est. 305-321-5479
FRED, THE OLD CARPENTER
Many Years Experience In Restoration
And Repair of Classic & Wood Boats.
ReasonableRaes ACBS member
305-581.0888
SHIPSHAPES OF SOLOMONS- insured &
bondable. Will manage & care for your
yacht. Varnishing & teak. Refs 467-3061


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WoodwoMin continued

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Fine Yacht Carpentry
Teak decks and repairs
Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglass work
Highest quality
Competitive prices
Ship Shape Marine
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

Custom M aWritt Woodiorktk ing, Inc.

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CORIAN SPECIALIST
RESTORE REBUILD REPAIR
Specializing in Complete Restorations
Dockside or Drydock Teak Decking Toe.Rails
Marine Furniture Interior/Exterior Designs
RICHARD GIAMBERSIO, Owner
(305) 791- 5457



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Call THUNDERBOAT MARINA 963-2660
Call ARTMARINE 305-587-3883



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Carpet & Uphol cleaning: Home & Marine.
For special prices call 305-587-0187.
See waterfront home service business cards
on page 26.



AT YOUR SERVICE- dependable office
cleaning 15 yrs in Ft Lauderdale.
Call Rico @ 524-9758 Fax=522-4460.




MIRAMAR- Caring mother will provide child
care in her home. Fun & learning. Ref
Secure fenced yard. $35 & up. Meals incl.
305-961-4963.




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





PAPERHANGING
Reasonable Rates* 30 years Experience
Guaranteed Year-round resident
Call (305) 782-8899, leave name & #.




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



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NOTICES


FOR SALE


BOATS


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CAPTAIN- for 60' motor vessel. Must have
100-Ton CG Lic. Unique, flex position. Can
live aboard & travel east coast or
maintain/manage vessel in FLA for winter
season. Couple welcome. Call Mr Harvey
201-368-3300 or fax 201-368-3881.
LANDLORD ON LAS OLAS ISLES seeks
individual to show apts & boat slips and do
light building & boat maintenance &
cleaning in return for rent concession on
boat slip. 305-523-9758 or page 657-4375
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SALES REP
WANTED. Parttime. Flexible hours.
Call Waterfront News 305-524-9450.



CAPTAINS AVAILABLE- full or part-time
boat management charters deliveries. Lots
of island & coastal cruising. 305-467-3061
NEEDED: Male or female. Large motorsailer
cruising to Key West, Bahamas & Great
Lakes in May. Capt Ron 305-562-1213.
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


I DAYWORKERS
AVAILABLE J,
Experienced Professional Sailors
for All Marina Work
764-8835

FORT LAUDERDALE

Crew Housing Information Call
MARINER GUESTHOUSE
S 701SEt16thCourt -
(Across from MacDonalds)
Office: 527-0550
Pager: 766-3544




LIVEABOARD wanted on a boat. I can do
maintenance & pay weekly rent. 357-4831




INDEPENDENT HERBALIFE DISTRIBUTOR- call
me for products. 305-537-3450.




KRYSTAL'S EXOTIC BODY RUBS &
MODELING.. Call 776-5287.
Place a personal ad in Waterfront News.
We reach affluent, well-traveled boaters
looking for that special someone.



Are boaters the next endangered species?
Join Concerned Boaters: the National Water
Rights Association, dedicated to defending
boaters' rights to use the federal waters.
Send $25 for one year to Concerned
Boaters, POB 2117, Stuart, FL 34995-2117
or call 407-288-0952 for info.



This Space Could

Be Yours. Call

524 9450.

Today


SInverters-Auto-Trucks
g 50% OFF ALL MARINE
BATTERIES
x Call Tony (305) 325-1367
SGolf Cars Wheel Chairs -Gell
PRESSURE CLEANER- Honda-powered 2250
psi gun, hose, injector $660 complete.
305-563-6700 ask for Brian.
12-FOOT ALUMINUM GANGWAY & FLOAT
Make offer Call Jack 305-561-5790
102 QT MARINE GOTT COOLERS- $75 each.
305-785-8744. See Master-Baiter ad pg #25

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.

ELECTRIC FUEL PUMPS
24-32VDC New -Top Quality Ideal for
fuel priming.
Complete with installation kit-$45.00
John Seidel 305-587-8091
Evenings weekends


WILL TRADE 50 TON OVERHEAD
CRANE UNIT (IN Al CONDITION)
IN PART FOR 25' BAYLINER OR
SIMILAR BOAT. 89 OR NEWER.
BALANCE TO BE PAID IN CASH.
CALL 305-321-8244
ASK FOR COSIMO





BOATGUARD wireless & Sea Alert wired sec-
urity systems Stetler Marine 407-737-2749




DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft. Laud
MerCruiser Engines
Parts Sales Service
Custom Engine Service
1-800-562-8461 or 305-888-5827



KOHLER.ONAN.WESTERBEKE*NORTHERN UIGHTS
Dockside service & installation. Used gens.
24-hour emergency road service.
Generator Plus. Call 429-8724.


MACERATOR 24 volt Delta Head $700 value
will take $350 still in box. 768-0181 Mel.
MARINE PLUMBER- 15 yrs local. New
installations, repairs. Wide exper. Working
w/legal marine sanitation device laws since
1976. Reasonable/trustworthy.
Call Nautical Johns 467-7847.
WASTE BUSTERS, Inc
Marine pump-out service
Call 305-731-6767 VHF Ch 18





MARINE CONSIGNMENTS WANTED
MONEY FOR OLD ROPE! Your left overs
turned into gold! Commission only 30%.
Buying? 1000's of bargains in stock. Call
us now, MASTER-BAITERS, 615 SW 6 St,
Pompano. Ph=785-8744 fax=785-8554.




RIGGING FULL SERVICE Spars, Electronic &
Hydraulic Sailing Equipment, Service &
Installation. Visit us at the
Miami International Boat Show booth #3013
McSORLEYs RIGGING. (305)522-4208

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



THIS


SPACE


IS


FOR SALE.




CALL

524-9450

in Broward

or

800-226-9464.

Fax

305-524-9464.


New ocean KAYAKS from $550. 673-5400.
FACTORY DIRECT NEW 8' fiberglass
dinghies $495. Bare hull $250 Ph 791-2552
LIFERAFT 6-man Zodiac, certified 9/92. Good
condition. $995 Call 462-5653
8' DYER DINGHIE xlnt cond $450.
Call 800-946-4646 x# 1099813




TOTALLY RESTORED 26' diesel f/g launch.
Equipped for cruising. New: elec, canvas,
Awlgrip. $28K. 800-946-4646 x#1099813
Also- 8' DYER DINGHIE xlnt cond $450
19.5' REGAL/OMC C-Drive, 1984, less than
70 hrs. Can do 50 mph. $3900. 427-8274




37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192
30' IRWIN sloop 1979 15HP diesel
Live/Cruise $17.750 obo 305-941-0905
1980 COMPAC 23' sloop. 1990 Yamaha 15hp
ob. Bimini. roller-furling jib. $4900. 566-9789
SERIOUS sailing man's boat- 45' Creekmore
Perkins 4-gyl motor needs TLC. 920-7126
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
SEE FT LAUD. FROM THE WATER- 32' cruiser
w/Capt from $45/hour up to 6 persons.
Days-Eves-Resturant runs. Call 494-1031.
CHARTER- 46' SILVERTON motor yacht.
3 staterooms, cruise FLorida & Bahamas,
hourly, daily, weekly.
Call Gerry 305-792-4900.
34' TRAWLER $175/day w/ captain. Well
equipped.Daily/wkly;fishing/diving/cruising;
local/Keys/Bahamas. 305-525-1512.
CHARTER 34' trawler w/Capt, East Coast,
Chesapeake, Hudson, Lakes, Miss. From Ft
Laud. Spring 95. Capt Bob 305-463-9810.




AVAIL TO EXP BOATERS-Rent a 23'Mako
open-fish with bimini top. Cruise lovely
waterways, fish, snorkle or dive. Daily/wkly
rates. Miami or Ft Laud Ph 305-763-7379
SAIL MIAMI Sailboat Rentals- low rates,
hrly/wkly behind Omni Mall. 305-538-8527.
FOR EXP BOATERS from North who are
looking for affordability in boating. WORLD
OCEAN CLUB is offering from Miami to
Jupiter their 28' to 16' Master Marine Boats
for weekly to monthly use. Comes ready
with fishing gear for that sailfish. For more
info call Chris 407-775-6276.


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DOCKAGE


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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 Everolades.


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





DEEPWATER- POMPANO. Up to 30', wide
canal, good security, no Ivlbds. $150/mo.
Water/elec. Call 305-942-1927.
POMPANO 1.5 mi. to inlet. Quality
location. Call 537-5577 or 781-3447.
POMPANO- no bridges to 30'. No Ivbd.
$150/mo. Secure Bob 782-0715. -
POMPANO BEACH- near inlet 35', no Ivbds.
Deeowater canal. Call 305-781-5244.
HILLSBORO INLET- NFB deep, 150' dock no
Ivbd easy access to lot. Monthly 786-9198.
LHP- 50' d/w, wtr/elec,. parking, no brdg.
Call 407-393-5656 day.305-782-5328 eve
POMPANO canal with turning basin, up to
40'. min to Hillsboro Inlet. 946-2662.
PRIVATE SECURE- to 35', wtr/elec, davits,
Fed Brdg only. Pool priv. 305-942-1243


POMPANO- NFB, 4-post e/lift, 8' beam,
n10000 b. $200/mo 305-781-4826


POMP BCH- no fixed bridges, up to 40', no
Ivbds. water/elec. $150+ secure 786-8561.
POMP- off ICW, no fxd brdgs. Elec/Wtr, prvt
home, secure, no Ivbd. $150/mo.
Call 305-785-1446 Leave Message.
POMPANO- 45' dock, NFB, nr ICW, dpwtr,
wtr/elec. No Ivbd. 305-946-8025.





Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable phone cool 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 566-1294 *
No fixed bridges Phone & cable avail.
Laundry Shower Quiet Shady
VILLA VENEZIA & AQUA MAR DOCKS- up to
50'. Shwr Rm*Pool*Sun Deck*Cable
TV-BBQ.SecurityLaundry. 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.
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. Elec
ncl. Ph cable. wash/dry-available 763-2748
WEEKLY/MONTHLY ISLE OF VENICE
Call 522-2821.
BALI HAI 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
NEAR LAS OLAS BRIDGE- powerboat to 50'.
No Ivbd. $275/mo. Call 305-462-0531.
NEW RIVER-deepwater-ocean access- wtr/
ele.NoLvbd.SecureFencedYd.$200.764-6674
LAS OLAS ISLES- 50 Isle of Venice. Up to
48', Ivbd ok, pool, spa, private dockbox,
boater's shower facilities' Nq "pets., 1 car.
teasonal/yrly 305-523-9758.page:657-4375
LAS OLAS ISLES- 94 Hendricks Isle. Pool,
private boater's lounge, private, doqkbox,
Ivbd ok, to 53', no pets. Seasonal/yrly. Call
305-523-9758 or page:.57-4375.
NEW RIVER dpwate ocean acceswtr/dlec.
SNo Ivbd Secure Fence" yd $200. 764-6674
N.FK NEW RIVER-upl to 4p',5,6'dra& F gp t.
Nice. secure yd/elec/wtr/no Iv'd 523-2223


Dockage continues next column


Private deepwater dock, no fixed bridges,
to 35.' elec/water. No Ivbd Call 463-4247.


REASONABLE, great dockage- Middle River
NFB under 35' No Ivbd Call 764-8075.
RIVERLAND off New River. Deepwater up to
70'. Water/electric/220/telephone/cable tv.
Nightlights Secure No Ivbds- 581-2988
CITRUS ISLES- show or store up to 50' on
deepest canal, safe & pleasant setting.
$250/mo. Call 763-9353 or 328-9251.

MARINA BAY RESORT

"Liveaboards say it's the Best"

Tennis Laundry Restaurant
Parking Security Cable, etc...

Boats up to 120'
Hurricane hole

Reasonable rates
from 500 per foot


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


DOCKAGE FOR
POWER BOATS
50 80'

RESORT LOCATION
REASONABLE RATES
LIVEABOARDS

DAVE PYLES YACHT SALES
at Marina Bay

305-583-8104"


DOCKS FOR RENT
*, Up to 100' 6
S Las Olas or New River locations.
Secure parking20' from docks.
S Landscaped property w/locked gates.
Caretaker & 6oat iaint. available.
305-357-4826-


DANIA- deep H20 65' dock 925-3121
FREE DOCK- North Lake @ ICW, NFB, in
exchange for occasional use of your 20'-30'
run-a-about. USCG Aux trained. 925-6370
DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL- up to 30'.
Wtr/Elec. $150/mo. Call 985-7387.


Central Broward Dockage continued
CITRUS IS 2 docks SBS 60' w/canal no Ivbd
security fenced e/w $200/mo/qtr 760-9370
SAILBOAT dock for rent 30'-50' 563-7937
day. Location: North Fork of New River.
NO FORK NEW RIVER- nr ICW up to 40'
water elec secure no Ivbds. 327-889g.
DEEPWATER- NFB, 15' beam, 50' length. No
Ivbd. Low prof prfrd $300/mo. 491-2228
BERMUDA RIVERA (NE 40 St) up to 50' no
fxd brdgs, xtra wide/protected harbor 6'
draft. 1 turn to ICW w/wtr & elec. 563-7692
LAUDERDALE ISLE- 45' dock on 65'
shoreline. Water/elec, no fx bd. No Ivbds.
$175/mo. Call 792-1697.
NASSAU LANE Canal 50' dockspace.elec/wtr
avail pvt/sec 60' wide canal. Ph 797-7160.
HENDRICKS ISLE- liveaboard. dock space,
13'6" beam $350/mo incl elec. 491-2228
NEW RIVER- pvt, safe, NFB, prefer sail to
40' no Ivbd Call 305-524-3014
CORAL RIDGE- east of Bayview, xint area.
Pool, laundry, water, elec (30/50 amp),
phone. NFB. Call 565-9592.
POOL SHOWER RESTROOM PUMPOUT STATION
ohone. cable Very Clean. 305-524-4430
HENDRICKS ISLE EAST SIDE pool, Jacuzzi,
cable, up to 52'. Beautifully kept, Secure.
Super location. No pets. Call 463-7067.
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- new 60' dock,
wtr/elec. No Lvbd. Very Secure.
Page 766-3544.
LAS OLAS- southside. Sailboat to 40'. No
liveaboards. $250/month. 527-1848
LAS OLAS ISLES- NFB, Wtr/elec. No Ivbds.
$300/mo. Call 522-7795*566-1281.
CITRUS ISLES- 55' boat slip, deepwater
canal, wtr/elec $250/mo Call 760-4193.
SE 15 ST- Max 40', 10.5' beam, cose to Port
Everglades, NFB, deepwater, water & elec.
$200/mo. No Ivbd. Call 763-9618.
CITRUS ISLE- off New River, 30-50' slip,
deeowater. great area Call 767-6076


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.
MIA BCH- beautiful pvt home, city. view,
dpwater. easy ocean access, ref. 673-0077.
NORTH MIAMI- prvt, dock/lot, secure, calm
e/w.under45'.Nolvbd.895-5353-895-1123.
HARBOR WEST APTS & YACHT CLUB- boat
slips for rent on NFD. E/W hkups. $7/ft.
Loc ICW @ North Bay Village. Call 754-8258.




DANIA CUT-OFF- waterfront bdrm for single
Person $320/mo Elec incl Tom 981-4663
HENDRICKS ISLE- lovely waterfront
2BD/1BA villa with dock. Seasonal or yearly.
Call 781-1562 or 723-9745.
LOOKING FOR FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
house. North Fork New River. Possible
dockage Call563-7937
NEW RIVER ROOMMATE to share 2/2 home,
ovt entrance Ig backyd. non-smkr 524-0783
CREW HOUSE- pvt ent, pvt bath, kitchen
use. Riverfront home, $125/wk. 524-0783




ISLE OF VENICE- Century East Apts.
Pool/BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable rates.
Furn apts. Weekly/Monthly. 523-2156.
ISLE OF VENICE SANDPIPER RESORT.
One-bed apts & efficiencies. Pool, BBQ,
cable, laundry Call 527-0026
VILLA VENEZIAAQUA 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. Beautifully maintained. Immediate
occupancy Off I as 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.
ISLE OF VENICE- yearly unfur 1/1 water,
pool, quiet, $675/mo. Annual dock avail, up
to 48' sail only. $450/mo Call 463-2396
FT LAUD- SE 15. 2/2 ground floor apt. On
water. Pool, dose to shopping & trans. Dock
available at $200/mo. Apt $750/mo.
Call 763-9618


ROYAL PLAZA

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

Short term rental apts.
Frulyfumished,
complete uy equipped itchens,
colorcableTV, large pool,BBQs.
Beautifm Landscaped Grounds


Eff from $43/night + tax.;
1 BR from $65/night,+ tax. ,.
2 BR from $75/night + tax
(Rates subject to change W!/ojnoitce;).

BOAT SUP FOR LARGER BOAT
AVAILABLE. I- : --

Tel (305)946-2190
Fax (305)943-9179
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REAL ESTATE


POMPANO WATERFRONT & OCEANFRONT-
2BR/2BA condo next to beach, ocean view,
NE corner, 26' balcony. Tennis, htd pool,
BBQ. Small pet, car/truck/van ok.
Motivated seller asking $84,500.
DON INGRAM 943-8601 Realtor


CORAL RIDGE Country Club area- totally
updated 3/2 w/pool. Call H. Paul Kaehler,
Lic R/E Brkr 305-566-6935:


SAILBOAT BEND- TURNKEY, classic-
contemporary island house, 60' New River,
3/2 w/pool, lush gardens, historical Sailboat
Bend. $249K. Call 527-0550-pgr 766-3544.
LAUDERDALE ISLES- Just Reduced. Ocean
access. "New Construction." Over 2400 sq
ft. 3/2, Ig kitchen & master bdrm. $199,900.
Call 797-0472. No realtors.
PLANTATION ISLES Ocean Access, 90'
waterfront 3 or 4 bdrm, 2-car garage,
Plantation schools. 5921 SW 16 St
$167,900. Call Gary Case, Broker Associate-
Kroll Realty 305-475-8800
LAUDERDALE ISLES- ocean access, 65'
waterfront 3/2 pool & heated spa. Beamed
cathedral ceiling $154,900. Call Grace Barber,
Realtor Kroll Realty 475-8800
FT LAUD CONDO 1/1 on deepwater canal.
Parallel dockage 10 min to Inlet, near beach
& shopping. $50.000 owner. 305-462-5017
BOATER'S DREAM HOME-minutes from ICW.
Dania- 2/2 all tiled home. Asking price
$145 900. Call Mary 981-8822 for appt.
POMPANO- 2/2 deepwater condo. No
bridges, wide canal & heated pool, BBQ &
patio area Like a resort! Many up-grades.
$74.900. Call 305-781-9361.
POMPANO BCH HARBOR VILLAGE- 2BR/2BA,
pool, 2CG on the Intracoastal 5 min to inlet.
$339,900. Mercedes & John Burkavage
RE/MAX Partners 305-784-5209
POMPANO BCH HARBOR VILLAGE- 4BR/3BA,
pool,2CG close to inlet.Great view. $349,900
Mercedes & John Burkavage 784-5209
POMPANO- 3/2 split floor plan, 80' seawall
w/dock on 80'x100' lot 16'x32' pool. Hurr
shutters terrazzo floors throughout.
Don't miss this buy at $187,900. Call Jim
Anderson of Prime RIty Assoc.
(407)451-9775 Eve (305)781-9361.


WITH HILLSBORO INLET only minutes
away, Harbor Village in Pompano is a
boater's delight Great neighborhood,
close to shopping, beach & ocean
Merecedes & John Burkavage RE/MAX
Partners. Call 305-784-5209.


YACHTMAN'S DREAM!
A point lot tucked away in Harbor
Village, only 5 min from Hillsboro Inlet.
230' SE point w/ 180' of dockage.
Hubble Power stations. Security system
& roll-up shutters, pool, covered bar,
large livingroom, dining room, Florida
room, all with water view. $439,000.
Call Mercedes & John Burkavage RE/MAX
Partners 784-5209.



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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LOW
TAXES, IDEAL CLIMATE, NO
TIME LIMIT FOR BUILDING,
CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF, UNLIMI-
TED BOATING, TENNIS, ALL
UNDERGROUND UTILITIES,
24-HOUR SECURITY, YACHT &
COUNTRY CLUB! ALL LOCATED
JUST MINUTES OFF 1-75 AT THE
FOOT OF THE GREAR SMOKY
MOUNTAINS. FOR INFORMATION
AND BROCHURES.
CALL' 1-800-844-TENN,
OR 1-800-844-8366

COLORADO RANCHES
35 acre parcels -on the Colorado/New Mexico
border, set amidst mountainous.rimrock canyons,
fragrant with pine, and framed by the spacious
Sangre de Cristos. 2 hours from Colorado
Springs. Financing available. From $2500.
For more informaion call:
1-800-931-LAND

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THIS SPACE IS
FOR SALE.
CALL 305-524-9450
or 800-226-9464.
Fax 305-524-9464.


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COTTAGE FOR SALE
$40K U.S. Dollars
HORTA, FAIAL
(Azores Islands)
In Historic Center
S2 minute walk to beach
5 minutes to the marina
7 minutes to Peter's
Call (415)821-0716
in HORTA GRETA
on the Shanghai.
Tel 93720
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For only $125 this
could be your ad!

Call the Waterfront News
today at 305-524-9450
or 800-226-9464.

You can also fax us at
305-524-9464.



Stake your claim
on the
waterfront right
now.


ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REALTORS


MORT'G'AGE BROKER


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


* OCEAN FRONTIOne of only 49 homes directly on
Ft. Lauderdales fabulous ocean front. 3 bed room,
312 bath contemporary two story design with 2 car
garage and one of the few pools (heated) right on the
sand! JUST REDUCED $998,000.
*CITRUS ISLES- Freshly Renovated 3/2, new mas-
ter 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, spa-
cious living area. Beamed cathedral ceiling, new din-
ing room, pool. 65' on water Reduced $179,000.
* RIVERFRONT Watch the yachts go by! 3 Bed, 2
bath just updated. New Kitchen, Master bath, Central
A/C Huge Double Lot 100' on River by 250 (approx)
Deep-with over 100' Dock $379,000.
STEAR DOWN- Mega yacht dockagel-Approx 145'
directly on wide section of South Fork New River with
Sensational View. A tropical paradise $299,900.


*SPACIOUS-TRI-LEVEL- 3/2 Pool home, enlarged
master bedroom. New light oak kitchen, new cent/AC.
85' on Deepwater canal Great Value $179,000.
* DEEPWATER UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
Construction has begun on this Deepwater 3 Bedroom, 2
Bath home with new master bedroom with walk-in closets,
new master bath, all new kitchen, new family room, new
central A/C, all newwindows and garage. Now is the time to
choose your own colors, cabinets, appliances, carpet and
tile to make this house your dream home 65' on very deep
canal. $259,900.
* PLAZA EASTOCEANFRONT CONDO- 12thflw/sensa-
tional ocean view from every room. Estate sale. $167,900.
* DEEPWATER LOT-Sailboat Bend 75' Riverfront 2 lots
and 1 large dock. Zoned R-3-A (multi-family/liveaboard).
JUST REDUCED $164,500.
* VIEW-VIEW-VIEW- Mediterranean style, 3/3 w/pool
on private approx. 1/2 acre w/ sensational view at the
junction of New River and South & North forks. Tropical
setting nestled among mature oaks. New 107 dock
15' deeb! $450,000.


RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES & ANNUAL RENTALS! Live on a private island near downtown Fort
Lauderdale on the New River 124 hr. security, tennis, saunas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK*, deep water ocean
access dockage* as available (*owners only). 2/2 POOL & WATER ...$112,500
1/1 $57,900 2/2..............C Q.T.Y..P4.NA.r...... $114,900
1/11/2 $69,900 2/2. CITY & CANAL 117 900
1/11,2......$6 /...........WIV'R ............$11,900.
1/1 n.............U.RAEd..............$76,900 2/2 $119,900
1/11/2 $79,900 2/2 ASTOR MO.DEL.......$127,500
1/1 1, REMODELED $92,500 2/2 RIVER $129,900
2/2 $79,900 2/2 RIVER $137,900
2/2 $87,900 2/2 1n $97,500
2/2 $92,000 3/2 $83,500
2/2 $109,500 3/4 SOLD $265,000
River Reach rentals also available -Annual Leases-Call For Details
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT STINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyers!"
BUYING SELLING FINANCING
WHY WAIT?
CALL TODAY AND LET THE PROVEN PROFESSIONALS WORK FOR YOU!
For All Your Real Estate Needs Call
462-5770 Robert P. Gargano 462-5770
Realtor & Licensed Mortgage Broker



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"The UltimateAddress"


TENNESSEE


VERY PRIVATE VERY SECURE
ALL WATERFRONT COMMUNITY
LANSING ISLAND is an exclusive 165 acre private island community
of waterfront estate-size homes and oversized lots ideally located NORTH
OF VERO BEACH AND EAST OF MELBOURNE (BEACHSIDE)
between the Banana River and Flamingo Waterway within the quaint, seaside
communityofIndian Harbour Beach. The guardhouse, providing twenty-four
hour security, leads to a private bridge that takes you to this island paradise
where eachhomesitehas convenient,
direct access to the Intracoastal \\V. Is'l,, t ,, 1
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We invite YOU to visit Lansing Me s s
Island Write or call for a bro- I
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(407) 779-1990 or 777-5054 x-. ;'A antiCc
or toll free 1-800-251-3301 _'_
Lansing Island Realty, inc. .. w-c .
50 Lansing Island Drive """"
Indian Harbour Bch, FL 32937
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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LOW

TAXES, IDEAL CLIMATE, NO

TIME LIMIT FOR BUILDING,

CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF, UNLIMI-

TED BOATING, TENNIS, ALL

UNDERGROUND UTILITIES,

24-HOUR SECURITY, YACHT &

COUNTRY CLUB! ALL LOCATED

JUST MINUTES OFF 1-75 AT THE

FOOT OF THE GREAR SMOKY

MOUNTAINS. FOR INFORMATION

AND BROCHURES .

CALL 1-800-844-TENN,

OR 1-800-844-8366


(305) 462-5770


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Apelco
510 Handheld VHF Radio
Compact, easy to use, and guaranteed
against water damage!
All US, International, and weather channels
Weather Watch feature alens you to changing conditions
5 watt or 1 watt selectable transmit power
All channel programmable scanning plus Dual Watch two-channel scanning
Large backlit LCD display
Splash proof construction
Includes flexible antenna and battery pack
Model 139834 SnW14 495
Reg.$269 95 Sale 249

Save on reliable communications!


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Captain's iz
Varnish
Highest rated captains v
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Sailor!
Recommended for the highest quality work
Outstanding gloss retention and durability
Contains an effective UV shield
QUART Model 136879
Reg 14 95

Sale 11"
Great gloss!
Prices expire 2/26/95 Ref# 768 9


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Superior
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Ideal for all high-
performance outboards!
Model
PINT 113136
QUART 562389
GALLON 562371
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Reg
$1 69
$2.79
$10.95
$26.75


Sale
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Boat Soap
* Safely cleans all boat surfaces
* Biodegradable, non-toxic formula
* Concentrated formula goes
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Throw Rope
* Enables accurate
delivery of a line for
rescues, etc.
70 feet of floating
polypropylene line
Sturdy nylon throw bag
Model 213140 Reg. $29 95

Sale 24"1
A safety essential!


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Freedom 10
Power Inverter
Run household-type
appliances onboard!
* Converts 12V DC to 115V AC po
* 1000 watt continuous output/300
* Built-in automatic 3-slage 50- am
Model 491977 ShWt 36
Reg $695 00


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Sale


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All Galvanized
Proof Coil Chain
Finest quality hot dip galvanizing.
Made in U.S.A.
Slock
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3/16 750 106468 $.99
1/4" 1250 106450 $1 69
5/16" 1900 106484 $1.99
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Standard
Communicatons
AS100
Waterproof Speakers
Maximize your music power!
* 7 inch diameter speakers handle up to 100
watts of power
* 4 ohm impedance
* Ideal for cockpitng 95
mounting
Model 569178 SrWl 10 pair
Indoor/outdoor!


JACKSONVILLE ..................... (904) 388-7510
NORTH PALM BEACH ............ (407) 775-1434
New! MELBOURNE ................. (407) 242-9600
DEERFIELD BEACH ................ (305) 427-6165
FT LAUDERDALE.................... (305) 527-5540
MIAMI ..................................... (305) 444-5520
ST. ri..n "SuURG .................. (813) 867-5700
New! PUNTA GORDA .............. (813) 637-0000
New! MARATHON.................... (305) 289-1009
New! KEY WEST ...................... (305) 295-0999
FT. MYERS ............................. (813) 275-6077


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...... 110 N. Federal Hwy.
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..... 3635 S. Dixie Hwy.
...... 5001 34th St. South
....... 915 Taylor Rd.
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....... 725 Caroline St.
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