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Title: Waterfront news
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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1995
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Fort Lauderdale
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    Main: News
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        page 3
    Main: Profile
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        page 5
    Main: Letters
        page 6
    Main: Commentary
        page 7
    Main: Events Calendar
        page 8
        page 9
    Main: Business
        page 10
        page 11
    Main: Seas & Stars
        page 12
    Main: Safety
        page 13
    Main: Profile
        page 14
    Main: From the Cover
        page 15
    Main continued
        page 16
    Aft Section
        page 17
    Aft Section: Galley
        page 18
    Aft Section: Dining Dockage
        page 19
    Aft Section: Theater
        page 20
    Aft Section: Sailing
        page 21
    Aft Section continued
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    Aft Section: Classifieds
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On Board
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Business............. 10
Classified ............ 31
Destinations ....... 17
Event Calendar... 8
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Letters .............. 6
News ................ 2
Profile ............... 4
Sea & Stars ........ 12
Sea Talk ......... 7
Tide Table ......... 9
Theater ............... 21

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

Volume 12
Issue 3


A river

with


lesson

An honors class
from Riverland
Elementary
School in Fort
Lauderdale tours
the New River :. ,
during a recent
session sponsored
by the Marine
Sciences under
Sails program.
Pictured are:
(front to back)
fifth graders
Jonathan Reyes
and Shayne
Sullivan and
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The non-profit
agency runs water
and boating-
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programs for both
kids and adults. 1 7
On this recent
Friday, a lecture is
given on the
river's history.

Please see
accompanying
story on page 4.



Middle school completes first year in marine studies


South Broward
High School expected
to follow lead
By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Meredith Pistole has spent the
past several months selling candy,
soda and jewelry to help kids get
an education in marine sciences.
Pistole is a parent booster at New
River Middle School in Fort
Lauderdale. The school is ending its
first year with a marine sciences and
technology studies program for 65
students in sixth and seventh grade.
"All the hard work has been
worth it," said Pistole, whose
daughter Blythe is enrolled in
marine classes. "It's brought not
only new life to this school, but to


the entire community."
The marine-based program was
started at New River Middle last
fall, then the only one of its kind
offered at a Broward Countypublic
school.
Now, talks are taking place on
starting another marine program
at South Broward High School in
Hollywood. Plans arestill pending
for the upcoming school year to
begin this fall.
Resource teacher Felix Jackson
said the program at New River
Middle has had a productive but
rough debut. For starters, $5,000 in
start-up funding promised by the
Broward County School Board
never materialized. As a result,
parents, teachers and administra-
tors were forced to raise money
themselves to pay for field trips,


Jackson said. Supporters also
lobbied local marine businesses
into forming partnerships with the
school.
For example, the Marine
Industries Association of South
Florida has rounded up its
members to serve as guest speakers
and donate services, said Kathleen
McGowan, director of member
services for the association.
So far, one company has
promised to build a dock at the
school next fall and another has
offered to supply boat building
kits. In addition, the association is
providing scholarships for two
students to attend SeaCamp in the
Florida Keys this summer, shesaid.
A lot of kids get a nautical
education through activities like
boating or jet skiing, but few realize


that potential careers in the marine
field await them, McGowan said.
Meanwhile, the marine industry
is one of Broward County's most
viable economic assets. Overall,
46 percent of the state's marine
businesses are located in south
Florida, she said.
Broward has 1,372 marine firms
withmorethan25,000employeesand
an average annual combined payroll
of $644 million. The county has 26.7
percent in gross marine sales, the
highest in Florida, she said.
Proponents of the program at
New River Middle say the school
is a natural site for students to
learn about marine sciences and
technology. The 18-acre campus,
just off State Road 7, sits on the
North New River Canal.
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NEWS



Meeting scheduled on 17th Street replacement bridge


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
An open house hosted by the state Department of
Transportation will be held this month to discuss plans for
the 17th Street Causeway replacement bridge.
Thegatheringispartofa publicityblitzaimed atgainingmore
supportfortheprojectandinputfromthepublic,especiallythose
living and working near or along the causeway.
DOT is calling for a new drawbridge with a 55-foot
clearance almost twice that of the existing bridge. The
project is expected to cost around $30 million and be
completed by the year 2000.
Many residents and businesses in the 33316 zip code area
have already received newsletters from DOT on the issue.
Around 9,500 copies of the two-page publication were
mailed in mid-May, said Lourdes Brezo-Martinez, public
information officer for the bridge design project.
The newsletter explains the replacement bridge's
design, mechanical system and how traffic will be routed
during construction..
Also included in the publication is an invite to the open
house, to be held 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 8 at Harbordale
Elementary School, 900 SE 15th St. in Fort Lauderdale.
Engineers and architects from the DOT's 17th: Street
bridge design team will be available at the school for
questions. Drawings of the new bridge will also be
displayed, Martinez said.
"This is not a public hearing and there will be no formal
presentations," she said. "This is a gathering where people
will have the opportunity to talk with design team members
on an informal one-on-one basis."
Later this summer DOT will host its second, invitation-
only design workshop with selected residents, civic
leaders, marine industry representatives, motel owners
and other business people. The meeting is tentatively


The existing 17th Street Causeway Bridge in Fort Lauderdale
has recently suffered a series of breakdowns that has tied up
traffic along the congestion-prone thoroughfare.

set for July 19 at the Fort Lauderdale Marina Marriott
Hotel, 1881 SE 17th St., Martinez said.
At the last gathering in December, participants choose a
contemporary-looking design for the replacement bridge
that features clean lines and curves. Design team members
and invited guests will work out the structure's remaining
aesthetic issues at the July workshop, Martinez said.
Not everyone is happy with the proposed drawbridge.
At a special meeting called by the Fort Lauderdale City
Commission on May 2, several residents showed up to
voice their opposition to the project.
Residents were angered because the existing 40-year old
bridge, which is undergoing repairs, has suffered a series
of break-downs over the past several months. Some
residents who live near the beach want the city to pressure
the state into erecting a fixed 85-foot bridge instead.


Critics say the replacement drawbridge will eventually
have the same mechanical:problems as the old one, and
cause massive traffic tie-ups. But the DOT design team is
evaluating backup systems to prevent such glitches from
occurring, Martinez said.
City Commissioner Jack Latona said a fixed bridge is not
the solution to the area's traffic woes, and the city needs to
look at other alternatives.
Last year the Broward County Metropolitan Planning
Committee chose the 55-foot drawbridge from a list of 20
alternatives including a tunnel, Martinez said. Having to
switch the plan from a drawbridge to a fixed bridge would
delay the project by 18 months, she said.
"The city commission did the logical thing," said Mae
Simmons, a resident and new drawbridge supporter. "It
was the best decision that could have been made." A fixed
bridge would have hurt the area by devaluing waterfront
property, said Simmons, a real estate broker.
Jean Cook, a beach resident and an opponent of the
replacement drawbridge, said her group has pretty much
resigned themselves to the fact that a fixed bridge is no
longer an option. "There isn't much we can do," she said.
"We can't fight city hall and we certainly can't fight the
marine industry."
Cooksaid she and her neighbors will be the ones most affected
by the new drawbridge. "The traffic is already bad, but with the
new condominiums being planned and the convention center
becoming more popular we expect it to get worse."
Meanwhile, a $1 million rehabilitation project on the
existing bridge is expected to be finished by early June, said
Chuck Joyce, a DOT spokesman. The repairs were started
in November by an outside contractor. Once completed,
the bridge will have new locks and an operating console.
Crews have also been doing structural work on the concrete
pilings and fenders and installing new traffic gates and
signal lights, Joyce said.


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Recent boat accidents

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By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
A boating accident involving the daughter of a Miami
Beach commissioner has helped spur steps to keep
other mishaps from occurring in the city's waters.
Miami Beach city officials held a special meeting on
May 11 to discuss implementing extra safety precautions
for boaters and personal watercraft owners.
Those attending the gathering included the owners of
several area beachfront boat and personal watercraft
rental businesses, along with marine patrol unit
representatives from Miami Beach, Dade County and
the' state.
The city plans on sending letters to all registered boat
and personal watercraft owners on Miami Beach, urging
them to sign up for boating safety classes. Tucked into
the same envelopes will be pamphlets with tips on
boating and personal watercraft safety.
The city will also take a look at its waterway speed
zone signs to determine if more are needed and whether
existing signs are visible and not too bleached by the


sun, said Miami Beach City Commissioner David
Pearlson.
In addition, Pearlson wants the city to look at creating
more recreational areas on its waterways and to consider
adding more officers on its police marine patrol unit.
It was Pearlson who moved the city to take action
after his 14-year-old daughter, Shana, was almost
seriously injured in a boating accident in early May.
Pearlson's daughter and four other young women

'What we're doing now isn't a case of
let's beat up on the boaters ...'
David Pearlson, Miami Beach City Commissioner

from the Miami Beach Senior High School crew team
were practicing on Indian Creek when a powerboat
crashed through their vessel.
The impact tore the crew boat in half and tossed the
students into the water. Team members walked away
from the scene with only cuts and bruises. Their injuries
forced them to miss the state crew competition finals,
Pearlson said.
"They were very lucky," he said. "If they weren't
thrown from the boat, they probably wouldn't be here
today. I was told by police that they came within
millimeters of losing their lives."


The accident was the second major boating mishap
within two weeks on Miami Beach. Also in early May,
two 14-year-old girls were out jet skiing in Government
Cut when they rammed their personal watercraft into a
marker buoy. The victims each sustained serious injuries
and were hospitalized, he said.
"I was beginning to fear that this was a pattern of
some kind," said Pearlson, who owns a 20-foot ski boat.
"What we're doing now isn't a case of let's beat up on
the boaters," he said.
"We live in a waterfront community. We need to
analyze what has recently happened and take the
appropriate steps in preventing accidents from occurring
in the future."
Florida Marine Patrol Capt. Mike Lamphear, who
attended the special meeting, commended Miami Beach
city officials for taking a stand.
"It's a shame that the commissioner's interest in
boating safety stemmed from an accident that involved
his own daughter," Lamphear said. "But perhaps out of
this near tragedy, something good can happen."
Pearlson promised that the same people attending the
May meeting will be asked to return for a second
gathering sometime in the near future.
"We all took the position that we were going to
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Summer camps focus on programs for ocean-bound kids


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Explore a mangrove. Touch live sea creatures. Go
snorkeling. Study sharks.
Listed below is a sampling of local camps. Parents should
remember that in some cases marine sciences are part of an
overall program that includes other fun stuff such as field
trips, drama, swimming and arts and crafts.
*Camp Live Oak: Located at Birch State Park on Sunrise
Boulevard and AIA in Fort Lauderdale. Day camp is in
session from June 12 to Aug. 25. With the focus on
environmental and marine studies, the program is designed
for kids ages 5 to 13. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $125
for one week or $335 for three weeks. The camp will also
have a special Ocean Quest program which concentrates
solely on sea life, Aug. 21 to 25. Cost is $140. Call 491-2917.
*Camp Nova: Nova Southeastern University, 7500 SW
36th St., Davie. From June 19 to Aug. 18 for kids ages 3 to
13. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The progra~n focuses on
ecology and oceanography. Cost is $435 for a three-week
session. Call 475-7338.
*Lee's Ski School: On Crystal Lake, 3701 NW 9th Ave.,
Pompano Beach. This year-round water-skiing camp is for
kids ages 3 to adult. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $345 per
person for a five-day session. Call 943-7766.
*McGinnis Ski School Summer Camp: 2421 SW 46th
Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Camps runs from June 9 to Aug. 25,
for ages 6 to 14. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with extended


care available at no extra charge. The camp offers two days
of water-ski instruction and three days of regular activities
such as field trips, arts and crafts, fishing, canoeing and
swimming. Cost is $80 per week. Lunch is not provided.
Call 763-4224.
. Miami Museum of Science Summer Camp: Miami
Museum of Science, 3280 S. Miami Ave., Miami. Runs from
June 26 to Aug. 18. Ages 3 1/2 to eighth grade. Hours are
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Programs include marine biology,
wetlandsstudy, exploringSouth Florida's eco-system,scuba
diving, snorkeling and canoeing. Costs range from $60 to
$228. Extended care hours and transportation available for
an extra fee. Lunch not provided. Call 854-4247.
*Miami Seaquarium Summer Camp: Miami
Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne.
Takes place June 19 to Aug. 25. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. with activities that includes a tour behind the scenes
with the trainers, feeding sea lions and animal care. Cost is
$185 per week, which includes lunch and two T-shirts. Call
361-5705, extension 282.
SThe Museum of Discovery and Science,401 SW Second
St., Fort Lauderdale. A Coastal Crusaders program for kids
11 to 13 offers daily field trips to state parks from July 18 to
Aug. 18. The Sandpine Scrub Masters program for ages 11
to 13 explores scrub habitats at various parks from July 11
to Aug. 11. Both camps meet from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is
$125 per week for members. Fees for non-members were
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Galleria Mall, 2414 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. June
20 to Aug. 17. Ages 5 to 12. Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays. The camp offers different science
subjects each half-day session. This summer's only marine-
themed program is Everglades Escapade, to be held on
June 22, July 20 and Aug. 15. Cost is $10, including lunch.
Space is very limited. Reservations are strongly suggested.
Call 564-1036.
*Scott Carpenter Man in the Sea Program: Run by the
Marine Resources Development Foundation, Mile Marker
103.2, Key Largo. Sleep-away program held year-round for
ages 14and older. Five, eight and 11-day sessions available.
Participants must be scuba certified. Activities include
spending the night in an underwater hotel and operating a
one-man submarine. Costs range from $945 to $1,995. Fee
includes food, lodging and equipment. Call 1-800-741-
1139.
SSeacamp: R6ute 3, P.O. Box 170, Big Pine Key. From
June 24 to Aug. 20, this residentialcamp is for kids 12 to 17.
Programs include marine sciences, scuba diving, snorkeling,
windsurfing and sailing. Cost is $2,195 for an 18 day sleep-
away session. Call 872-2331.
South Florida Science Museum and Planetarium,4801
Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. June 19 to Aug. 18.
Ages 6 to 12. Different science topics reviewed each week.
Study of marine life will be examined July 31 to Aug. 4. Cost
is $105 for members and $145 for non-members per week.
Transportation and lunch not provided. The museum will
also hold Aquatic Encounter, a marine camp for ages 10 to
14, from June 26 to July 30. Cost is $160 for members and
$200 for non-members. Call (407) 832-2026.
STime Travelers Summer Archaeology Camp: Graves
Museum of Archaeology and Natural History, 481 S.
Federal Highway, Dania. Runs from June 12 to Aug. 11
for kids ages 8 to 13. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This
weekly program will concentrate on the natural sciences,
dinosaurs and Ice Age mammals and ancient
civilizations. Cost for the camp is $110 a week for
members and $120 for non-members. Lunch and
extended care hours are extra. The natural sciences
program includes the study of coastal shores at John U.
Lloyd State Park in Hollywood. Natural science sessions
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Group strives to bring-
marine sciences to the public

By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
A small, non-profit organization in
Hollywood is proving to many residents
that ecotourism begins at home.
For the past 20 years, Marine Sciences
Under Sails has offered a variety of
programs for people of all ages who want
to learn about South Florida's watery
environment.
The sessions are year-round and range
from a few hours to two weeks. All of it is
either on or near the water.
"Our main goal is to get people to
understand local ecology," said Kim
Swatland, director of the MSUS School of
Environmental Education. "The more they
learn, the more it will hopefully move them
to become caretakers."
MSUS was formed in 1975 by Ned
Webster, a marine biologist and teacher.
Webster still is at the organization's helm,
taking small groups of people on sailing
expeditions.


MSUS owns a 42-foot wooden shallow
draft sloop and a 36-foot fiberglass boat
docked in the Florida Keys. Each vessel can
hold up to 12 people. Outings can be
arranged from one to 14 days.
The wooden vessel's design is based on
boats used by the early Florida pioneers. It
has no electricity and the sails are raised
and lowered by hand.
U.S. Coast Guard, Commander Jim Evans
spent two weekends with his children
snorkeling and learning about marine life
aboard an MSUS sailboat in the Florida Keys.
MSUS owns a 42-foot
wooden shallow draft sloop
and a 36-oot fiberglass boat
docked in the Florida Keys

Evans learned about MSUS from a
magazine article. He signed up for the
overnight trips in 1993 and 1994. "Itsounded
like a nice way to spend the weekend with
my kids, and introduce them to sailing and
the ecology," said Evans, who is an
aeronautical engineering officer at the U.S.
Coast Guard Opa-Locka Air Station.


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But sailing isn't the only option that MSUS
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walks to area state and national parks are
conducted by qualified instructors.
Sites include John U. Lloyd State Park in
Hollywood, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
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Many of the tour groups are children from
local schools, Swatland said.
Pat Bellew, an MSUS instructor, said he
wants the youngsters to walk away with an
appreciation for the outdoors.
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LETTERS
PAGE 6WATERRONT NWS JUE 199


Marine Mechanic


Meeting the need for power


Rambling


Anchors aweigh my crew


By AL GRODSKY
Waterfront News Columnist
Q: I'd
Like to take my
boatontripsto
Sthe Bahamas,
""' the Keys and
: other places
.. but I don't
have a ge-
nerator and
really no place
to put one. I've
read about the
alternative 110
volt systems,
inverters and windmills and solar panels.
What are your thoughts on these units?
R.P
Coral Springs

A: Some offer more wattage than
others and the amount of power you
need depends on what you are going to
operate. For example, microwave ovens,
refrigerators, television sets, etc., use
plenty of juice so your power unit must
be able to provide enough current to
meet your needs. First, figure out the
wattage you will require per unit and
get an inverter than can supply them.
You'll also need heavy duty deep cycle
batteries to give power to the inverter
and the means to keep them charged.
Solar power wind generators will help
when you're anchored out.

Q: I have a cuddy cabin boat that leaks
after a rain, leaving the covering on the
walls damp and the deck wet. I don't
know where the leak is and I need some
clue to find it.
S.V.
Fort Lauderdale

A: Peel back the wall material and hose
down the deck while someone checks
inside the cabin. Usually the rails and
fasteners loosen and leak. Check for bolts
or screws that go through the deck hatch
or windshield. The water can run along
the cabin top down the side,


Q: My radio plays well and I can
transmit and receive when I don't run my
engine. As soon as I start, I hear static.
What can be causing this?
A.W.
Fort Lauderdale

A: This needs to be checked out by a
radio or electrical marine mechanic. It
could be the condenser or a suppressor or
resistor plugs or a generator that is
defective that's causing the static you hear.

Some advice from Boat/U.S. on how to
gas up safely:

*When taking on fuel, close all hatches
and ports, shut off the battery switch and
turn off the stove. After fueling, operate
the bilge blower for a minutes and then
sniff for gas odors before starting the
engine.
*Stop filling the tank when it's close to
full. Gas expands as it warms and could
overflow if the tank is filled to capacity.
*It's easy to spill gas when filling a
portable outboard tank. Take it off the
boat and fill it on the dock.
*If you smell gas or it leaks into the bilge
while you're away from the dock, shut
down the engine and electrical equipment
except for your VHF radio. Call the.Coast
Guard or your towing company for advice.
At the dock, disconnect shore power
immediately and notify marina
management.

Al Grodsky is a retired boat yard owner
and a Coast Guard Auxiliary instructor
specializing in marine mechanics.
Al regrets he can not answer letters
personally, but readers are invited to visit
him on Saturday mornings at the Coast
Guard Auxiliary base, 601 Seabreeze
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.

Questions for this column can be sent
to the Waterfront News, 1523 S.
Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33316,
or fax (305) 524-9464.


By LARRY SPISAK
Waterfront New Columnist
There a
lot of things that
can cause
extreme stress
for crews at sea.
Theever-present
danger of
running off the,
edge of the
world, sea
monsters,
^ unbelievable
storms, insane
captains, and of
course,reallybad coffee. Butnothingcandrive
a crew to the brink of mutiny faster than that
one little phrase:
"We're going to drop anchor now."
Never in the English language has there
ever been a group of words that has struck
more terror into the blithering landlubbers
on the foredeck. But lest we captains puff
ourselves up too soon, we should be aware
that many a crew person, standing on a
heaving foredeck while salt spray stings
their eyes and the anchor line peels the skin
from their palms, have swore they are going
to check with the Coast Guard when they
arrive back in port and find out what it takes
to declare a captain incompetent.
There are several things that make
anchoring difficult. Most times you can't
see the anchors it heads to the bottom. And
of course you can't see the bottom, so you
don'tknowthatyoujusthookedyouranchor
on the conning tower of a US Navy nuclear
sub doing shallow water drills. And then
there is the hearing factor.
If the captain and the crew can't hear each
other, they can't very well tell each other
their concerns. During this exercise many a
crew member has expressed dramatic
concern about my parentage, but I usually
only hear bits and pieces of their
commentary. The wind howling across the
deck and the waves breaking on their
shoulders, generally makes their obvious
love of me even more touching when they


raise a finger to me to let me know I'm still
number one in their book.
Many well-healed captains try to
overcome the communications problem by
installing hailer/listeners. This enables them
to hear every snide remark that other boats
in an already crowded anchorage tend to
cast in their direction. I've learned to turn
mine off before I anchor. This makes it easy
for me to hear the engines slow so I know
when I've wrapped someone else's anchor
line around my propeller.
Then I can tell my crew to let go
forward, thus affecting a very smart
Mediterranean moor.
Not every skipper can pull this off
elegantly. It takes weeks of practice. Most
skippers just talk to their crew on the way to
the anchorage. They go over in great detail
on how they want the crew to throw the
anchor at their command. The crew should
keep a wary eye on the skipper, watching
for thatalmostimperceptible nod thatsignals
that it's time to release the anchor or that the
skipper has fallen asleep again from too
many gin fizzes at the yacht club.
And "throwing" the anchor is not really
what it is sounds like. In the days of iron
menand woodenships, throwing the anchor
was understood to mean let it go. These
days, withsuper light, super strong anchors,
giving the command to throw the anchor
will probably require a call to Florida Power
and Light to lift it off the high tension wires
they've conveniently strung across every
anchorage and boat ramp on the east coast
of Florida.
Anchoring should not be taken lightly. It
involves many skillsand great coordination
between the captain and the crew. When
I'm not firmly anchored to the corner stool
in my favorite watering hole, you'll find me
out on the dock yelling my ever helpful
advice to those trying to find a place in the
anchorage.
"It's easier to tie up to the dock!"
Larry Spisak is a captain and freelance
writer anchored in Port Richey. His
observations are aregularmonthlyfeature.


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COMMENTARY
JUEATtE F R ON NEW PAG 7'


Landlubbers or clumsy sailors?


By DAVID WILLIAMS
Waterfront News Columnist
The word landlubber originated in the 16th century to
describe clumsy or awkward sailors. Not much has
changed through the years, except now these non ocean-
going souls are frequently given their own menu items
in seafood restaurants struggling to lure beef eaters.
Here's a sampling of other nautical terms and their
origins:
*Eyes: As in the eyes of a ship, meaning the extreme
bow. It probably referred to the eyes of figureheads
common on the bows of 10th century Viking ships and
made its way into common sea talk around the 16th
century.
-Beat: To sail a yacht to windward by tacking across
the wind. Improvements in sail and hull design have
allowed ships over the centuries to sail closer and closer
to the wind. Although this word has been in common
use for over 100 years, its exact origin is uncertain, but
the meaning should be all too clear to those of you who
have beat to windward for any period of time.
*Snorkel: Comes from the German schnorkel, which
was the air intake on World War II German submarines.
It allowed the use of diesel engines while running at
periscope depth, thus preserving the ship's battery
system.
Salvage: The payment for saving or assisting a vessel


Sea Talk

and its cargo from danger. The term came into use in the
17th century and stems from the old French and Latin
salvare, to save. Some wayward sailors took the concept
tbo far, believing it was okay to wreck the ship and
make off with as much salvage as possible. That brings
us to another common and equally unsavory practice:
the "salesman" who sells his "salvage" back to the
original owners.
*Sack: "Hit the sack," otherwise referred among
seafarers as a hammock or bunk.
David Williams is a Fort Lauderdale marine
insurance agent who spends his spare time researching
his favorite nautical terms.
If there's a term you would like to have traced,
David can be reached by letter at the Waterfront News,
1523 South Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33316, or
fax 524-9464 or E Mail: h2onews@AOL.com
*Information sources for this column include but
are not limited to: The Mariners Dictionary, Boating
Dictionary, Glossary of Modern Terms, Origins of Sea
Terms, Word Origins, Dictionary of Slang, the Oxford
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Thursday, June 1
Boating Skills & Seamanship: An eight-lesson course hosted
by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary in Planatation Registration:
6:30 p.m.; class begins at 7:30 p.m. Call 424-3444.
Eastern Shores Yacht Club: Meets the first Thursday of the
month, 7:30 p.m. in North Miami Beach. Call 949-2334.
Art Al Fresco: A weekly art show 5 to 10 p.m. that includes live
music, boats and food at the Miami Beach Marina.
Call 532-2168.
Diga Dive Club, meets 8 p.m. Miami.
Call 305 238-9754 or 387-0733.
New River Rollers: In-line skating, meets Thursdays 7 p.m.,
downtown Fort Lauderdale. Call 537-9418.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6 p.m. at Mombasa
Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call 462-4575.
Friday, June 2
South Florida Boat Show: Through Tuesday at the Coconut
Grove Convention Center. Adults: $7.50; runs 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
today. Call 946-6164.
New Used Boat Show: Newport Yachting Center, Newport,
R.I. Call (401) 846-1600.
Rexall Sundown Big Chill: '50s/'60s style party to be held at
Port Everglades, terminal 24. Call 724-3897.
Stranahan House Social: Takes placethe firstandthird Friday
of the month atthe historic Stranahan House in Fort Lauderdale,
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost: $5. Call 524-4736.
Legislative Appreciation Power Breakfast: Takes place at
Imperial Point Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $12 in
advance. Call 584-4698.
Dilliard School Art Show Opening: At Bonnet House in Fort
Lauderdale. Call 563-5393.

Saturday, June 3
Marine Flea Market: At the Palm Beach Jai Alai in West Palm
Beach today and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $3.
Call (407) 832-6780.
Fundamentals of Canoeing: Taught by the Red Crossat C.B.
Smith Park in Pembroke Pines from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For ages
15 and up. Each session costs $45. Call 437-2650.
National Trails Day: From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bill Boggs Park
in Key Biscayne. Free. Call 361-5811.
Miami Goombay Festival: Today and Sunday in downtown
Coconut Grove. Free. Call 372-9966.
Star Gazing: Fox Astronomical Observatory, Markham Park,
Fort Lauderdale. Call 305 721-4159.
Sunday, June 4
Coco Cola International Water Polo Cup: Hall of Fame
Aquatic Complex, Fort Lauderdale. Call 468-1580.
Genealogical Society of Broward County: Meets 2:30 p.m.
atthe West Regional Library, 8601 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation.
An associated computer group meets 1:15 p.m. This month's
lecture is on the history of the Stranahan House.in Fort .
Lauderdale. .
Gulfstream Sailing Club: Memorial Sunfish Race.
Call 566-3702. -
Dance Theater: Monthly meeting of Innermotion, a group of
amateur dancers learning to deal with child abuse through
dance. Call 537-0636.
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, June 5
Marine Fisheries Commission: Meets through Wednesday
at the Holiday Inn of Sebring in Sebring. Call (904) 487-0554.
Vauxhall Royal Lymington Cup: One of five international
sailing events sponsored by Brut by Faberge,.through June 9.
Call (212) 421-9770.

Tuesday, June 6
Pompano Beach Boating Club: Meets Tuesdays 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. at Sands Harbor Marina. Call 781-2625.
Stranahan House Potluck Dinner: Meets 6:30 p.m. at the
Stranahan House in Fort Lauderdale. Call 524-4736.
Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Lauderdale-
by-the-Sea. Call 772-5773.
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, June 7
CoastGuard Auxiliary Flotilla 3-4: Meets thefirst Wednesday
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.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Beer Can race. Call 942-7724.
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, June 8
Fort Lauderdale Boat Club: Meets the second Thursday of
the month in Wilton Manors. Call 783-0988.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: General meeting takes place the


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Call (407) 495-2143. Lauderdale at 6 p.m. Call 462-4575.
Gator Snow Ski Club: Meets 7:30 p.m., Palm Beach Gardens. New River Rollers: Meets 7 p.m. Call 537-9418.
Call (407) 627-1943
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets for social hour 6 p.m. Friday, June 16
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Widowed Persons Service: Meets 1 to 2:30 p.m. in Lauderhill. Whaler owners through Monday in Miami; proceeds go toward
Call 733-3994. restocking Biscayne Bay with redfish. Call 635-2445.
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p.m.; sponsored by the City of Hollywood. Cost: $3 per person. Lauderdale. Call 761-5346.
Call 983-2821 or 467-4236. Laughing Matters Comedy Improvisation Theatre Company:
This traveling troupe will appear at the Museum of Art, Fort
Friday, June 9 Lauderdale, 8:30 p.m. Admission: $10 for adults.
Diamond Jubilee Ladies Fish-off: Through Sunday in Call 525-5500, extension 241.
Lighthouse Point; proceeds benefit Kids in Distress. Stranahan House Social: Takes place at the historic Stranahan
Call 782-4623. House in Fort Lauderdale, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost: $5 per person.
Singles Boating Club of the Palm Beaches: Meets monthly Call 524-4736.
7:30 p.m. in North Palm Beach. Call (407) 881-8379.
GravesMuseum of Archaeologyand Natural History: Monthly Saturday, June 17
member meeting and program at8 p.m. in Dania. Call 925-7770. Abacos Adventure Friendship Flotilla: A cruise through the
Duplicate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 12:45 p.m. Call 458-6395. waters of the Abaco Islands; to July 1, Florida Yacht Charters at
Starlight Movies: Outdoor family movies at Markham Park in the Miami Beach Marina. Call 532-8600 or (800) 537-0050.
Sunrise, 7 to 9 p.m. Call 389-2000. Father's Day Fishing Tournament: Held at C.B. Smith.Park in
Pembroke Pines. Call
Saturday, June 10 South Beach Film Festival: Through Thursday at the Colony
Operation Reef Clean: A conservation project to remove debris Theater. Call 448-9133.
from Palm BeachCounty'sreefsandwaterways, heldfrom7a.m. Navy Seabee Veterans of America: Luncheon meeting at
to 3 p.m. Call (407) 471-3403 or (407) 640-4810. noon; meets the third Saturday of the month. All former Seabees
Speedo National High School Swimming & Diving invited. Call 943-3314.
Championships: Hallof FameAquaticComplex, Fort Lauderdale. American Merchant Marine Veterans: Meets 1 p.m. in Dania.
Call 468-1580. Call 923-6250 or 564-2862.
Women's Regatta: Sponsored by the Gulfstream Sailing Club. Pan-African Jam: A musical jam celebrating Black Music Month
Call 989-4294. takes place at Mills Pond Park in Fort Lauderdale. Admission: $5.
WildemessSurvival: A lectureatSnyder Park in Fort Lauderdale. Call 761-5388.
Call 761-5931.
Travel and Entertainment Club: A club for women meets Sunday, June 18
monthly 11 a.m. at Ingalls Park in Hallandale; participants should Father's Day
bring a bag lunch. Call 457-1450 or 432-5728. Walker's Cay Outing: An annual event sponsored by the West
Palm Beach Fishing Club, through June 23. Call (407) 832-6780.
Sunday, June 11 Fishing on the Island: Takes place the third Sunday of the
One-Day Canoe Adventure: On Loxahatchee River, sponsored month, Deerfield Island Park; ages 6 to 12, 9:30 a.m.
by Broward Community College. Cost: $20. Call 989-2824. Call 360-1320.
Model Boat Competition: Takes place at Markham Park in Know Mushrooms: A lecture at Tree Tops Park in Davie from 2
Sunrise. Call 389-2000. to 3 p.m. Call 370-3750.
Theatre Under the Stars: Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Radio-Controlled Model Power Boat Race, Markham Park,
Call 921-3400. Sunrise; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 389-2005.
Beach Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m. Model Power Boat Races: Markham Park, Sunrise, 9 a.m. to 5
Call 926-2444. p.m. Call 741-1696 or 389-2000.
The Little Star that Could: A planetarium program for kids at
Buehler Planetarium, BrowardCommunityCollegein Davie, 1:30 Monday, June 19
p.m. Ticket: $3. Call 475-6680. Summer Swimming Classes: T.Y. Park and Markham Park.
Call 357-8115.
Monday, June 12 Palm Beach County Native Plant Society: Meets 7:30 p.m.
Palm Beach Pack & Paddle Club: Meets 7:30 p.m. monthly at every month in West Palm Beach. Call (407) 588-7722.
Okeeheelee Nature Center in West Palm Beach. Theater Under the Stars: Big band music performed on the
Call (407) 798-5149. Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Sierra Club of Miami: Meets 7:30 p.m., Coral Gables. Broward County Young Democrats: Meets monthly at Marina
Call (305) 667-7311 or 885-8523. Bay in Fort Lauderdale. Call 730-3716.
Broward County Endometriosis Support Group: Meets once Vacation Bible School: Sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church,
a month, Florida Medical Center, Lauderdale Lakes. through June 23 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Cost: $12. Call 772-8010.
Call (407) 995-7117.
Theatre Under the Stars: Big band music and dancing on Tuesday, June 20
Hollywood Beach, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404. Boating Skills & Seamanship: A ten-lesson course offered by
the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary in Deerfield Beach, 7:30 p.m. to
Tuesday, June 13 9:30 p.m. Call 421-7054 or 428-1421.
Pompano Beach Boating Club: Meets every Tuesday 6:30 to South Florida Mako Owners Club: Meets the third Tuesday of
8:30 p.m. at Sands Harbor Marina in Pompano Beach. the month in.Pompano Beach. Call 987-7810.
Call 781-2625. "Water'n Kids:" Deerfield Island Park, sponsored by the U.S.
Waterfront Advisory Board: City of Miami. Call 305 579-6961. Coast Guard Auxiliary, for kids ages kindergarten to fourth grade,
Brit Singles, meets in Fort Lauderdale at 7 p.m. 9:15 a.m.; takes place every third Tuesday of the month.
Call 305 537-3094. Call 360-1320.
Broward Native Plant Society, meets 7:30 p.m. Noontime Musical: From noon to 2 p.m. at the Broward County
Call 305 791-1030. Main Library in Fort Lauderdale. Call 761-5363.
FriendlyToastmasters Club: meets Tuesdays in north Broward. SierraClub: of Palm Beach County, meets7:30 p.m., Okeeheelee
Call 462-1001. Nature Center, West Palm Beach. Call (407) 640-4810.
Dancing in the Moonlight: Hollywood Beach, atJohnson Street .Sea Explorers: Meets every Tuesday, 7 p.m. in Lauderdale-by-
and the Broadway, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404. the-Sea. Call 772-5773.
New River Rollers, meets 7:30 p.m. Call 537-9418. Intermediate Bridge, City of Hallandale, 1 p.m.
Call 305 458-6395.
Wednesday, June 14 Dancing in the Moonlight: Hollywood Beach at Johnson Street
Miami Yacht Club: Meets at 8 p.m. on Watson Island. and the Broadway, 7:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
Call 377-9877.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: General meeting at8 p.m., Lauderdale Wednesday, June 21
Isles Yacht and Tennis Club, Fort Lauderdale. Call 583-7422. Moon Over Miami: Coconut Grove Convention Center.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Beer Can race. Call 942-7724. Call 579-3400.
Dania Marine Advisory Board, meets 7:30 p.m. at Dania City Safe Boating & Seamanship: Meets every Wednesday,
Hall. Call 921-8700. Hollywood. Call 464-2226 or 484-2226.
Broadwalk Concert: Music and dancing on Hollywood Beach, Broadwalk Concert: 7:30 p.m., Hollywood Beach.
7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3404. Call (305) 921-3404.
Sawgrass Herpetological Society: Meets 7 p.m. at Fern Forest
Thursday, June 15 Nature Center, Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150.
Broward Boating Club: Cruising and social events; meets the Naturalist Luncheon Series: Fern Forest Nature Center,
third Thursday of the month. Call 435-9080. Pompano Beach. Call 970-0150.
"Jupiter: King of the Planets:" An Illustrated lecture at 7:30 Think Life: A fund raising group for people with AIDS, meets 7'
p.m. at Buehler Planetarium, Broward Community College in p.m. Call 475-0793 or 653-6164 in Dade.
Davie. Call 475-6681. Dancing: every Wednesday at the Multi-Purpose Center,
Art Al Fresco: Weekly art show with free admission 5 to 10 p.m. Hollywood, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Call 921-3404.
at Miami Beach Marina. Call 532-2168.
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: general meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22
Call (407) 341-8658 or 942-7224. Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets 6 p.m. at Mombasa;


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Bay, Fort Lauderdale. Call 462-4575.
Beer Can Race: Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call 583-8989.
Art Al Fresco: Every Thursday at Miami Beach Marina 5 to 10
p.m. Call 663-6000.
New River Rollers: Meets 7:30 p.m., Fort Lauderdale.
Call 537-9418.
Widowed Persons Service: Meets 1 to 2:30 p.m. in Lauderhill.
Call 733-3994.
Friday, June 23
South Florida Fishing Classic: Through Sunday at Miami
Beach Marina. Call 942-3204.
Miami to Bimini Race: Sponsored by the Miami Yacht Club.
Call 377-9877.
Miami to Bimini Cruise: Sponsored bythe Multi-hull Association
of South Florida. Call (407) 659-3742.
Freshwater Prawn Culture: A workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Nova's Oceanographic Center in Dania. Cost: $50.
Call 920-1909.
Alamo International-Swimming Championships: Through
Sunday at the Hall of Fame Aquatic Complex in Fort Lauderdale.
Call 468-1580.
Chess/Scrabble Games: City of Hollywood every Friday 10 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. Call 921-3600.
Broadwalk Concert Series: Hollywood Beach Theater.
Call 921-3404.
Friday Nitelife: Downtown Hollywood Street Dance, 7 p.m. Free.
Call 921-3400.
Progressive Bridge: Every Friday; sponsored by the City of
Hollywood, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Cost: $1 per person.
Call 921-3408.
Saturday, June 24
Star Gazing: Every second and fourth Saturday at the Fox
Observatory, Markham Park, Sunrise. Call 721-4159.
Weekend Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m.
Call 926-2444.
The Little Star That Could: A program for kids at Buehler
Planetarium, Broward Community College in Davie, 1:30 p.i.
Cost: $3. Call 475-6680.
Sunday, June 25


Stiltsville Boat Tour: From 5 to 8 p.m. Cost: $25. Call 375-1625
for boarding location.
Moonlight Race: Gulfstream Sailing Club. Call 563-2151.
Beach Concert: Hollywood North Beach Park, 1 to 4 p.m.
Call 926-2444.
Sunday Afternoon Concert: Every Sunday at the Hollywood Art
and Culture Center in Hollywood at 2 p.m. Members free; non-
members: $5. Call 921-3275.
Monday, June 26
Brut Cup of France: One of five international sailing events,
through July 1. Call (212) 421-9770.
Swimming Sessions: Sponsored by the City of Fort Lauderdale.
Call 761-5346.
Arts Alive '95 summer Arts: A program for kids ages 4 to 15
through Aug. 4. Rates from $70 to $80 per program. Call 525-
5500.
Theater Under the Stars: Hollywood Beach Broadwalk; Big
Band music, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Call 921-3400.
Tuesday, June 27
Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival: Through Friday at the
Colony Hotel. Call (800) 347-8727 for reservations.
Basic Skills & Seamanship: A boating course sponsored by the
Coast Guard Auxiliary in Fort Lauderdale. Call 463-0034.
Pompano Beach Boating Club: Meets every Tuesday 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at Sands Harbor in Pompano Beach. Call 781-2625.
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.
Wednesday, June 28
Indoor Flea Market: Through Sunday at the Miami Beach
SConvention Center. Admission: $3.50. Call 651-9530.


Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: Beer Can race. Call 942-7724.
Palm Beach Fin Divers: Meets 7:30 p.m. at the Flotilla Club,
West Palm Beach. Call (407) 683-1523.
Thursday, June 29
Nature Explorers Camp: For kids ages 9 to 12 at Fern Forest
Nature Center in Pompano Beach from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost:
$12 per session. Call 970-0150.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets at Mombasa Bay in
Fort Lauderdale at 6 p.m. Call 462-4575.
Friday, June 30
Special Olympics World Games: To July 9 in West Haven,
Conn. Sailing events get underway July 2. Call (203) 762-2711.
Planet Patrol: Acomic program on the adventures of a planetary
investigator at Buehler Planetarium at Broward Community
College in Davie, 7 p.m. Evening show: $4. Call 475-6680.

ETC
Updates on Boating Classes: Spor'sored by the Coral Ridge
Power Squadron and U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliaries.
Call (800) 336-BOAT.
Community Friends: The Mental Health Association of Broward
County is seeking volunteers to become a friend for people with
mental illness. Call 733-3994.
ARC Broward: A non profit employment agency for people with
developmental disabilities would like to place its clients in your
business. Call 746-9400.
Florida Polish YachtClub: Seeking volunteers to help organize
a 1996 Transatlantic race and Olympic year rally in Savannah.
Call 746-7538.
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program: Places those 55 and
over in various volunteer positions throughout Broward.
Call 563-8991.
Alliance Francaise: Offers language classes and culture study
to foster relations between Americans and the French.
Call 523-9052.
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.


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Admiralty law: What it does and how it affects boaters


By MARK ERCOLIN
Special to the Waterfront News
Admiralty law? It's got something to do with boats, right?
And so follows the universal response voiced from the
general public upon hearing those words. (I include in this
broad assumption other lawyers practicing different
specialties. In fact, the only difference between the attorney's
response and the layman's is that the layman will have the
savvy to realize boats might be involved).
Either way, this is an unfortunate reaction considering
how much of south Florida's economy relies on the health
of maritime commerce.
While it is a small branch of the law, admiralty is one of
the oldest continuous bodies of legal principles inexistence.
Thepresent salvage laws can be traced to the rules used by
Greek city-states and were later codified by the Romans. It
is not unusual for modern judges to refer to he medieval
codes of Oleron when discussing the rights of seamen
(which were incorporated into the English Courts of
Admiralty by Henry II, who went on to greater fame as one
of Peter O'Toole's best movie roles).
Recognizing the importance of uniform rules formaritime
commerce to the young United States, the founding fathers
specifically gave federal courts jurisdiction over all
admiralty and maritime cases in the constitution.
There's really no difference between admiralty and
maritime cases. When an attorney wants the courts to
review a case based on maritime legal principles, he will


state in his complaint that it is an action "in admiralty." I
have read several fun explanations on the historical origins
of the term and while I've heard that admiralty is supposed
to refer to issues broader in scope, for modern purposes I
believe the two terms are both interchangeable.
A surprising wide variety of issues arise from maritime
disputes. Some admiralty attorneys even specialize in one
or two of these subjects. Here is a short list of some
examples, but not all are issues dealt only in admiralty law.
*Salvage: Classic admiralty issue. The big question
these days is whether a vessel is being salvaged or towed.
Much depends on the facts of the case. Treasure salvage is
a fun topic which can involve environmental and local laws
as well as insurance issues.
*Maritime contracts: Around south Florida, it usually
involves repairs and/or dockage for a vessel and a dispute
over the cost. It can get messy.
*Maritime liens: This is one of those all encompassing
subjects. Mainly, money disputes involving a vessel will
often result in a lien on that vessel. What makes maritime
liens unique is that they are secret and follow the vessel (not
the owner) without a time limitation. The vessel can be
arrested and sold for the debt. Buyers of used vessels
should think about this.
Personal injuries: Some admiralty attorneys specialize
in this (call them the David Singers of the sea). An entire
body of maritime law is dedicated to the rights of seamen
and longshoremen who they are and what kind of


remedies can be awarded for their injuries. Passenger
injuries are included in this field,but the history is shorter.
Some interesting points concerning passenger rights
compared to a longshoreman's rights have yet to be fully
resolved by the courts.
*Charter parties: So you want to rent a boat. Ask
yourself these key questions. Who's the captain? Who
hired the captain? Who pays if something goes wrong?
See, there's a lot more to chartering a vessel than paying
the bill.
*Cargo: Issues of loss limitation, how the loss occurred
and custody are big questions in cargo cases.
*Wrecks: Need I say more?
*Maritime insurance: Whenever an admiralty
attorney gets a case involving a loss of property, the first
question will be, "Where's the insurance policy?" The
history of merchant sailing and Lloyd's of London share
much common ground. This first modern insurance
policies (about 400 years ago) were maritime in nature.
Admiralty attorneys are known to go on pilgrimages to
Lloyd's headquarters on Lombard Street in London.
This brief overview should give you enough of an
education so that if you're ever asked the definition of
admiralty law, you too can retort, "It has something to do
with boats!"
Mark Ercolin is a Fort Lauderdale-based attorney
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By DAVID H. MENKE
Waterfront News Columnist
From June through August south Florida's sun is very
strong and can be quite dangerous. All people, especially
those with fair complexions, are advised to limit their
exposure. Boaters have an added risk since the sun's rays
bounce off the water and reflect back on the unprotected
victim. And it only takes 30 minutes for one's skin to fry to
a bad sunburn, not to mention the added risk of a rapidly
aged complexion or skin cancer, thanks to prolonged
exposure. Remember that it is also possible to go blind by
looking directly at the sun for only a few seconds.
All dangers aside, the sun is a marvelous source of energy
that powers the earth. Without it, we would all be frozen into
icicles. Many types of light are cast from the sun including
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, but these
colors are not what makes the sun dangerous. Neither does
the invisible infra-red, microwave or radio.
But our sun also gives off ultra violet light. Although small
does are actually beneficial, some people get too much.


SNear the equator where the sun's rays are strongest live
people with darker skin. Those with fair skins are often
found far from the equator, such as in Scandinavia. There's
about 10 percent more protective ozone over Scandinavia
than Greece. The sun is stronger over the equator, and so
melanin (a darkening chemical in the human cell) in the
skin is concentrated more in people living in this
atmosphere.
Ultra violet is divided primarily into three groups: Ultra
violet A (UVA), ultra violet B (UVB), and ultra violet C
(UVC). The most energetic is the UVC. For the most part,
Earth's atmospheric ozone layer absorbs or reflects virtually
all of UVC. But as the planet loses its ozone layer due to our
own technology, we are finding more high energy UVC
reaching ground level.
UVB is the band of color that makes us tan, striking the
upper layer of skin and causing the body's creation of
melanin, a brownish pigmentation. UVB can travel through
the ozone, but it is blocked by glass, so it's not possible to
get a tan through a window.


UVA, with its longer wavelength, can travel through the
ozone, through clouds, glass and finally deep through the
upper layers of skin. This penetration attacks blood vessels
and causes the skin to age as it takes on a leather-like
texture. Some fair-skinned people don't produce melanin
and instead are left with patches of pigmentation known
as freckles.
People with darker skin do not bur very easily and so
they're more protected from the sun. But those with fair
complexions are at serious risk and must shield themselves,
especially during the summer. Protective measures such as
hats, sun blocks, umbrella, sunglasses, etc. are advised,
especially between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
On the solstice, the sun is only two degrees from the
zenith (the highest part of the sky) at local solar noon- 1:21
EDT, the strongest time of all.
Enjoy the sun but be careful of its dangers.
David H. Menke, Ph.D. is director of Buehler
Planetarium at Broward Community College in Davie
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MSUS FROM PAGE 5 .
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everyday life can have an impact," said Bellew, a marine
biology graduate student at Nova Southeastern University
Oceanographic Center in Hollywood.
MSUS is continuing to expand. The group is starting to
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SCHOOL FROM PAGE 1
Since September, students enrolled in the program have
spent two hours each school day learning about various
marine-related subjects such as oceanography, boating
safety, marine biology, water conservation and ecology,
said Eric Thomas, a seventh grade marine studies teacher.
"It's been real interesting," said Holly Miller, 11, a sixth
grader. "You learn about things they wouldn't normally
teach you in a regular science class."
Seventh grader Frank Troppello, another seventh grader,
has also always had an interest in marine studies. Among the
assignments he did this past year were to perform tests on
water from-faucets and canals. "I want to be a teacher," said
Troppello, 13. "But learning about marine studies has been
good. This way, if I ever came across something in the water
and I didn't know what it was, I would be able to identify it."
Although this year's program was limited to a select
number of incoming students, New River Middle will
expand its reach come September, said Edith Gooden,
principal. This fall, the school is slated to receive around
$40,000 from the county school board to forge ahead with


its magnet program, Goodensaid. The money will help pay
for field trips, supplies and other materials, she said.
New River Middle is in the process of takingapplications
for the program for the 1995-96 school year, but is open
only to students residing within the school's borders. Now,
there's 30 openings for sixth graders. Those students already
involved with the program will continue on with their
studies, Gooden said.
In September, 1996, New River Middle will be a full-
fledged magnet school drawing sixth through eighth grade
students from all over Broward, she said. At that time the
school should have a new look as well. In June the old
campus buildings will be torn down to make way for the
construction of a new facility, she said.
From thisSeptember toJune, 1996,theentirestudentbodywill
bebused totheoldOlsenMiddleSchoolsiteinDaniawhilework
takes place, Gooden said. "We started off slow, but the program
has exceeded our expectations," she said.
Administrators credit the program with increasing
the student body by about 100 youngsters. The school
has the largest sixth grade class enrolled in the past 10
years, Gooden said.


When students graduate from New River Middle, they
may be able to continue their learning at South Broward
High School in Hollywood. Now, high school
administrators are awaiting approval from the Broward
County School Board to begin a maritime magnet program
this fall, said Beverly James, South Broward principal.
The school, which will accept students from all over
Broward, expects to start with about 100 ninth graders. The
first year will concentrate on marine sciences, she said.
As the magnet school expands in future years, the plan
calls for more courses to be added including underwater
photography, marine welding and marine mechanics. The
school wants to add hospitality management classes for
those seeking careers with cruise lines or at yacht clubs,
James said.
Eventually, about 500 students in grades nine though 12
will be enrolled in the maritime magnet school, she said.
South Broward High School was selected because it is
close to the ocean and near Port Everglades. It is also
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A LURING OLETA a


Tucked off the
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By LARRY SPISAK
Waterfront News Writer
When the rhythm of the city becomes
too intense and you can't stomach one
more traffic jam, head to North Miami
Beach where a surprisingly emerald re-
treat is nestled along the Intracoastal
Waterway.
Bounded on the north by the Oleta
River and on the south by Biscayne Bay,
the Oleta State Recreation Area is the
largest urban park in the state. It covers
854 acres and contains some of the last
remaining natural features in urbanized
South Florida.
Park ranger Mary Brown says that few
people know of the park, located just
north of Bal Harbor and few miles south
of Adventura at3400 NE 63rd St. in North
Miami Beach. "During the week, the park
is usually empty, which is amazing see-
ing as how we are surrounded by devel-
opment," Brown said.
The park isman-made yet retains many
of the natural features of the area. Man-
grove trees rival the size of those found


along the Shark River in the Everglades. If
you could peek over the tops of Oleta's
giant red mangroves, you would see the
condos and malls of a development-bound
Miami. Yet in this slice of natural Florida,
owls still roost.
Oleta park has over eight miles of shore-
line. Red mangroves wind along the river
and in other areas exotic species such as
Australian pines keep the native landscape
company. Racoons, squirrels, fiddler crabs
and even some species of butterfly, consid-
ered by experts to have gone extinct in the
1960s, share the water's edge in their search
for food.
The recreation area is maintained by the
Florida state park system and is part of the
Biscayne Bay aquatic preserve. All the wa-
ters in and around the park are home to a
healthy and well-balanced fish and wild-
life population.
Encouraged are activities like biking,
walking, roller blading, volleyball, and ca-
noeing. Visitors can also choose to picnic at
seven pavilions with the largest, called the
White Ibis, accommodating up to 75 people.
"Crowds are seldom a problem here,"
Brown said. "The park is rarely crowded
and you can spend your entire lunch hour
here and you may not see another person."
Boaters can access the park by winding
their way up the Oleta River and making
arrangements with the adjacent Blue Mar-
lin marina, although the boat ramp is sched-


The uncrowded Oleta State Recreation Area, developed in the late 1980s, has red
mangroves, native wildlife species and well-stocked waters.


uled to close July 31, said Kim Higgins,
assistant park manager. "We're trying to
limit motorized vessels on the river and the
boat ramp is not safe," she said.
But a place to drop anchor may be found
off the spoil islands just off marker 6A
(Mile 1080 on your small craft charts).


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to eight feet.
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park by water via dinghy or raft, but even
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During long hard days on a recent trip north aboard a 52-
foot double-ended trawler, each evening my husband and
I looked forward to a quiet anchorage and a simple hearty
meal. Chicken Calypso fit the bill nicely as did a favorite
pasta dish laced with a pink sherry cream sauce.
Both recipes call for portobello mushrooms, which are
large meaty, and immensely more flavorful than the less
exotic button variety. Originally from Italy, portobellos,
which can measure about six inches across, make a terrific
addition in a sauce or as a main course. Look for them
whole or in pre-sliced packages in the produce section of
most major supermarkets.
Chicken 'Calypos'
2 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts
8 ounces portobello mushrooms, thickly sliced
;2 cloves of minced garlic
i2 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 cup of black olives, thinly sliced
2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
1/2 cup chicken broth
2 chopped plum tomatoes
Flour for drenching chicken
Salt and pepper to taste

Cut each chicken breast in half, place between two sheets
of wax paper and pound until a half inch thick. Drench
chicken in flour, shaking off any excess. Season with salt
and pepper. In a large skillet over medium high heat, melt
one tablespoon of the butter and one tablespoon of the oil
until bubbling. Saute chicken for about three minutes-each
side, or until browned. Set chicken aside and keep warm.
In the same skillet melt remaining butter and oil until
bubbling. Add mushrooms and garlic and saute for about
five minutes. Increase heat to. high, and while stirring


constantly add the chicken broth and bring to a boil.
Decrease heat to low, add tomatoes, black olives and basil.
Simmer for two or three minutes. Season mushroom sauce
with salt and pepper before spooning over chicken. Serve
immediately.
Serves four.
Crabmeat-stuffed Portobello
Mushrooms Over Fettucini
For the mushrooms, you'll need:
2 vhole portobello mushrooms, three to
four inches across
6 ounces crabmeat, preferably lump or backfin
1 tablespoon butter
1 clove minced garlic
1/4 cup minced onion
1/4 cup finely chopped celery
1 plum tomato, seeded and finely chopped
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper to taste
Olive oil to coat pan


Both recipes call for portobello
mushrooms, which are large meaty,
and immensely more flavorful than
the less exotic button variety.

Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Brush a shallow baking dish
with olive oil. Remove stems from mushrooms, rinse and
pat dry.
Melt butter in a small skillet over medium heat and add
garlic, onions and celery. Saute for five minutes or until soft
and translucent. In a medium bowl, combine crab, onion
mixture, tomato, parsley and cheese. Season with salt and
pepper. Divide stuffing into two. With the palm of your
hands form into two patties. Place patties into mushroom
caps and bake for 25 minutes.

For pasta and sauce:
1 package fresh fettucini
1 cup light cream
2 teaspoons tomato paste
1/4 cup dry sherry
Salt and pepper to taste
Chopped fresh parsley for garnish

In a small saucepan over medium low heat whisk to-
gether cream and tomato paste. Simmer sauce until re-
duced by a third. Do not boil or cream could separate. Add
sherry and season with salt and pepper. Meanwhile, pre-
pare pasta according to package directions and drain.
Divide pasta on two plates and top each with a mush-
room. Spoon sauce over mushroom and pasta. Sprinkle
with parsley and serve.
Serves two.
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Broward County-
*15th Street Fisheries, 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort Lauder-
dale, 620' dock, 12' draft. 763-2777.
*Bahia Cabana, 3001 Harbor Dr., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 10
slips, takes boats up to 45', 6' draft low tide. 524-1555.
*Bimini Bay: 1318 N. Ocean Dr. Hollywood, ICW; 400'
dock and 6' draft at low tide. 926-1003.
SBimini Boat Yard, 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, canal
off ICW, five slips, takes boats up to 62', 15' draft. 525-7400.
*Boathouse Bar & Grill: 2401 NE 15th'St., Pompano Beach,
off the 14th Street Bridge; 300 feet of dockage/ 3 slips, 4' draft
low tide. No boats over 70'. 786-2256.
SBootleggors, 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. Cause-
way, Fort Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10' draft. Call ahead. 728-
3572 or VHF channel 16.
*Cap's Place, Cap's Island, 2765 NE 28 CT, MM 69, Light-
house Point, 150' dock, 3'5' draft. 941-0418.
SCharley'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.
*Dockmaster Bar & Grill, 2175 State Rd. 84, Marina Bay,
Fort Lauderdale, up to 60 feet dock, 7' draft. Call 584-1588
or VHF channel 16.
*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.
*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 17thSt., Fort
Lauderdale, ICW, 6' low tide, up to 65'. Call ahead for
space. 527-6781.
SLe Tub: 1100 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW; about 150'
dock, 5' draft low tide. Call 921-9425.
*Martha's, 6024 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, 1000' dock, 6'
draft low tide. 923-5444.low tide
*Mombasa Bay, 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Oak-
land Park Blvd Bridge, 70' dock, 13' high tide. 565-7441.
*Moor Cock Inn, 200 E. McNab Rd., Pompano Beach; off Lake
Santa Barbara, 8 slips, up to 30', 5' draft low tide. 781-7889.
*Pal's Charley's Crab, 1755 SE 3rd CT, Deerfield Beach,
ICW, 80 slips, 6-7" draft. 427-4000.
*Pelican Pub, 2635 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach,
Hillsboro Inlet, 36' dock, 6' draft low tide. 785-8550.


SR.J.'s Landing, 515 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, ICW,
200' dock, 8' draft low tide. 763-5502 or VHF channel 16.
*Riverview Restaurant, 1741 Riverview Rd., Deerfield Beach,
Hillsboro Blvd & ICW, 140' dock, 5' draft at low tide. Call 428-
3463 for dockage reservations.
*Roadhouse Grill, 3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lau-
derdale; 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.
*Sands Harbor Patio Restaurant: 125 N. Riverside Dr.,
Pompano Beach; takes boats up to 100', 6'-foot low tide; 8' foot
high tide. Call 942-9100, ext. 6110.
* 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. 305566-2855.
*St. Barts Coffee Company: 441 S. State Road A1A, Fort
Lauderdale; oceanside location; dockage available at the Las
Olas city docks. Call 468-1593.
*Terrace Garden, Pier 66,2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale,
142 slips, 10' draft. Call ahead. 728-3572 or VHF channel 16.
*Topsiders, 400 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW, 250'
dock, 4' draft low tide. 920-4200.
*Yesterday's, 3001 East Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauder-
dale, ICW, 80' dock, prefers boats under 40', 6' draft low
tide. 561-4400.


Oleta Park offers fishing, swimming and non-motorized boating


OLETA FROM PAGE 17
result is that manatees and the occasional dolphin find this
place a quiet refuge.
A man-made swimming area sits on an 80-acre lagoon
located on the south end of the park. And those with
saltwater fishing licenses may want to take advantage of
the park's fishing pier, just off the lagoon. Mullet, tarpon,
pinfish, porgy and sheepshead populate the river. Bait and
snacks are available at the Blue Marlin Marina, near the
park's northern entrance.
Visitors will get the opportunity to view the park's
ecosystem from. two perspectives if they opt to travel by
foot and canoe. From-canoe,;there's over a mile of man-


Boaters can access the park by
winding their way up the Oleta River
grove to inspect, easily navigated by beginners in about an
hour. Required by the park is a $20 deposit, a valid drivers
license and a willingness to glide through a pristine forest
filled with wildlife.
Once you discover Oleta, your next trip on 1-95 may
prove a little less tedious. As you inch along through
construction zone after construction zone, be assured that
just around the corner is a quiet haven of lush mangroves,
soft grass and shade trees.


Up close
Destination: The Oleta State Recreation Area: 3400 NE
63rd St., North Miami Beach.
Hours: Open seven days a week 8 a.m. to sundown,
about 7:45 p.m.during the summer.
Admission: $3.25 per car filled with up to eight people,
$1 extra for every additional person. By bike, foot or boat
cost is $1 per person.
Details: For more information, call the Oleta River State
Recreation Area at 947-6357.


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*Committed, the winner of the White-Willis Theatre's
11th annual New Playwright Competition, opens for
previews June 8 and 9th at the Main Library Theatre,
100 S. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale. Evening and
matinee performances will take place through June 25.
This powerful drama, written by Coleen Campbell, is
about a psychiatrist's dedication to cure a patient in a
state penal facility. A discussion takes place after the
performance.
For more information call 721-9411.
*It's the Family Stupid, written by Lenny Hodera, plays
throughJune 11 at The Studio, 640 North Andrews Ave. in
Fort Lauderdale. Performances take place Fridays and
Saturday at 8 p.m. an Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.
For more information call 437-0354.

The comedy Eat your Heart Out
is delighting audiences at the
Drama Center of Deerfield Beach

*Broadway by the Sea, a triple summer musical series
produced by ForrestJ. Willingham, startsJune 15 and runs
through September at the Sea Club Hotel's Mermaid Room
Dinner Theater, 619 N. AIA in Fort Lauderdale.
For more information call 564-3211.
*Send Me No Flowers, a comedy by Norman Barasch
and Carroll Moore, is part of the Opus Playhouse sum-
mer series starting June 9 through June 25.
For more information call 753-7070.
*If you haven't seen the murder mystery Dead Wrong


at Brian C. Smith's Off Broadway Theatre, make your
reservations now. It's a gem of a suspense thriller and
you'll positively be in awe of the talented cast and
unexpected turn of events.
The.plot focuses on a rich heiress (Barbara Bradshaw)
who hires a gigolo (Robert Slacum) to keep her amused
when her playwright husband (Brian Smith himself) is not
available. Of course, there's a murder. Peter Haig is hilari-
ously funny as he attempts to solve the perfect crime.
For more information call 566-0554.
*Fiddler on the Roof continues at Jan McArt's Royal
Palm Dinner Theatre in Boca Raton. Beautiful music
and great dancing is in this local production.
For more information call (800) 841-6765.
*The comedy Eat your Heart Out is delighting audiences
at the Drama Center of Deerfield Beach. The story is about
an out-of-work actor earning his keep as a waiter. Hilari-
ous encounters in'a variety of swank and not-so-spectacu-
lar restaurants offer laughs that never stop.
Call 570-9115.
*Little Me comes to the Royal Palm Dinner Theatre
July 12 starring Jan McArt herself and Jonathan Beck
Reed. The Neil Simon/Cy Coleman comedy tells the
story of a ragamuffin girl who achieves fame, social
position and riches through her association with a vari-
ety of men, all played by one actor.
For more information call (800) 841-6765.
*Note: The Public Theatre has found a new home at
the Museum of Art, 1 East Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauder-,
dale, where a 250-seat theater and lecture hall will serve
for productions. For this upcoming inaugural season,
free admission to the museum comes with a ticket to
any Public Theatre show. The theater's seventh season
begins Oct. 12.
Jennie Berman is a freelance writer based in Fort
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Ucensed S Insured a Yacht Club Regstwved


A Details a
YA CHT SER VCE

Office: (305) 731-3690 or Page: 631-0569
Wash & Chamois Compounding Wax & Polish
Scheduled Maintenance Varnish Teak Interiors












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

Dealers for Vickers, Sundstrarnd & Rexroth
IUE J01N DOWNS CO. INC.
The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffllin Road Dania, FL 33004
(305) 921-0800


(EORGE E. CARLSEN

GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE
Complete Aaintenance
H'arJh '& Towel Dry
Teak Cleaning, Oiling, Sanding and Varnishing
Custom Waxing
Weekly & Bi-monthly Services
PO Box 10081
Pompano Beach, FL 33061 (305) 781-6861

HOWARD WEILER Res: (305) 430-9050
Yacht Broker Mobile: (305) 614-2844


YACHT BROKERS, INC.
ON THE INTRACOASTAL ACROSS FROM PIER 66

2040 S.E. 17th Street Office (305) 761-1300
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 FAX# 305-463-8617





NEW DO-IT-YOURSELF AREA
30 TON TRAVEL LIFT
A FULL SERVICE MARINA
DttA EIeIMC pAf t




OLD FASHIONED MARINE REPAIR
7-Day Dockside Service

Mercury Mariner Mercruiser
Reseal to Rebuild Electrical Repairs
Oil Change Complete $29.95


Beeper: 992-7799


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


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


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



TRANSOMS NAMEBOARDS e LIFERINGS TRUCKS BANNERS

vaCtHT LETTERING
S BY RICK LONG
SPECIALIZING IN QUALITY GOLD LEAF
AND HAND PAINTED SIGNS SINCE 1983
COMPLIMENTARY PORTFOLIO REVIEW
COMPUTER DESIGN AVAILABLE
BROWARD- DADE (305) 327-7425 *PALM BEACH


REFIT DOCKS
available, up to 130'.
Small Boat Repairs & Storage
Liveaboard, also.
Gulfstream Yacht Services
Call 305-321-9981
or beeper 760-8882
All marine services available. Registered Repair Facility


WATERMAN'S
MARINE SERVICES

Complete Underwater Service
Boat Detailing & Underwater Video Inspection
BRIAN (305) 920-8365 15 Years In
Fax (305) 927-2415 Marine Industry
Beeper 992-5059 & Ex Royale Navy Divers



Ce Iltic

Service-s
k iWen risk1 hanilds are cleaning...
/ LVou eyes will be smilin'l
Varnishing & Prep Work
Offices Homes Boats Ironing Service Available
Call Kathleen -- 462.0832


FRANK & JIMMVIE'S
m.DLsjw-t=LLER SHOP

100 S.W. 6 St. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33101
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 Busiiness since 1947
-Ipl mm mmmm-mmm mmm mm
c rnied Ineror Boat & Yacht leangSei

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I

Mention this ad and receive
1 10% off first cleaning ,
305-537-1191 Bonded/nsured


E Mechanical Service (Gas/Diesel)
Electrical Troubleshooting Service
f Complete Painting & Refinishing
r Gelcoat & Fiberglass Repair
5_- Inwater Detailing
I' Full Underwater Maintenance
1"2 Mobile Units to Serve You Better
MCBMUT-11111111 hi N Z


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SFrye Magazines
wner .. Paperbacks l




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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.
TIE JOHN PR DOWS CO, INC.
The 800 MARINE TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Old Griffin Road Dania, FL 33004
k (305) 921-0800


Kitchen SHAPES Residential
Counters Commercial
Wall Units Custom Mica, Inc. Marine
Bars



LARRY INGUI
President 4229 N.E. 6th Avenue
566-8284 Oakland Park, FL 33334






S GREGG'S GREENER
1a LAWN SERVICE
Quality Work
Landscaping, Fertilizing
Sprinkler repair 964-9483


Water Taxi.
305-565-5507
Call for infopnation on: Pub-Crawls, Group Tours,
Charters, and our Luxury Water Limo
Water Taxi... the most unique way to get there!
Evenings I| g g


Wood Decks & Docks
Seawall Repairs
Boat Lifts
Piings
CBs Dock Services

CHARLIE BELL Office: 305-772-8474
1040 N.E. 44th Court, #2 Beeper: 305-808-3850
Oakland Park, FL 33334








'PGE- 24NEWSJUNE1995


MARINE SERVICES


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


RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES 18 yrs exp.
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
VARNISHING & AWLGRIP BOAT REPAIR &
Refinishing work done carefully at your
dock Call for free estimate. 305-467-3061
TIRED OF ALCOHOL STOVES, YUCK? Con-
vert your stove/oven to LPG or Kerosene
with brand-new parts. 23yrs exp. 763-2748
WORK FLOATS- delivered, extremely stable
design, for waxing, etc. $20/day. 467-1229.





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.




CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
Call 781-1970
Paradise Boat Tops Canvas
Bimini tops repairs cushions Estimates.
Call 921-5486
CARIBBEAN CUSTOM CANVAS- all marine
canvas- From biminis to whatever? Call my
mobile canvas truck at 305 942-4211.
Ft Lauderdale Boca.
KENNEDY YACHT & HOME
Upholstery & Canvas
Recover, Restitch & Repair from Couches to
Enclosures. Biminis, Cushions & Carpet
Runners. Fabrics & Supplies.
Free Est Office: 832-9443
CANVAS & CUSHION, Bimini tops, carpet,
very reputable, free estimates. 561-2006




GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & bi-monthly service.
Call 305-781-6861
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES- boats,
offices, houses. Prep & varnish work.
Kathleen 462-0832.
YACHT POLISHING- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock. Call Gilly Miller 305-923-8391 or
629-3620 (mobile)
APPLE POLISHING SYSTEMS- don't waste
time or $ on wax. Boater's #1 choice. 8x the
protection Call before waxing 425-7465.
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING- Boat,
Home & Office. Also fiber sealants,
deodorizers & mildewcides. Bedding cleaned
& sanitized. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Lic./Ins Call Chemsure Inc 987-4700 Specialsl


Join South Florida's Largest
Gathering of Marine Crafts.
Place Your ad right here
SCa' 305-524-9450.


M'Kenzle Oerting 800-359-1423
(305)892-0778 Fax (305)892-0335


YACHT CAPTAIN- 150-ton lic. Power & Sail,
all areas, charters & deliveries, excel'nt refs.
Capt Ed Wiser 979-3530
BOAT DELIVERIES CAPT 1600-Ton USCG Uc
& Mate Fort Schuyler Maritime grad Sail or
Power 462-7178 days 779-3196 evenings




CAPT. DON MOHLER
100-ton Master
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






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.




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


To subscribe to the
Waterfront News
call 800-524-9450.






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


can
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
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 583-1042.


Plumbing.
ROY'Z 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





UMPER 6
HOLDING TANK


FT. LAUDERDALE
POMPANO BEACH
HOLLYWOOD
Pager: 676-0877
(305) 975-7633
LOCAL SERVICE AT YOUR DOCK




RIGGING FULL SERVICE Spars, Electronic &
Hydraulic Sailing Equipment, Service &
Installation. McSORLEY's RIGGING. 522-4208




MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. Wm.
Seager. Tel 527-0870.
MARINE SURVEYORS- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe & Jon Howe ( 305-792-6092.
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.
CLARKE MARINE SURVEYORS
ALL MARINE SURVEYS INS SPECIALIST
305-566-4111 Consultant 800-346-9922
INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL
Report same or next day. BOAT-US apprvd.
Darrel Brizendine. MS 524-8661
AL VIRELLI MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase
surveys, finance appraisals & insurance
valuations SAIL & POWER 983-4540
NAVAL ARCHITECT Surveyor Consultant- all
type surveys- sail & power. Project mngmt
F.R. Forte 305-986-9846.bpr 286-2695
SOUTHERN MARINE SURVEYORS, Inc. Capt
Rick Gatchell office 305-735-0379 bpr. 1-
800-429-3295 mention ad & get 20% off


CLASSIFIED







MARINE & HOME SERVICES


NOTICES


FOR SALE


JUN 195:.kNWSPAE2


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 13




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 929-9663
AT YOUR SERVICE- finest varishing & 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
TEAK WOOD BLOWOUT- pickup truck load
2"x3", 2"x9" & 6"x6" only $800 obo.
305-892-8502

FRED, THE OLD CARPENTER
Many Years Experience In Restoration
And Repair of Classic & Wood Boats.
Reasonable Rates ACBSSnemer
305-581-0888
BOAT CARPENTRY- mobile dockside
service & complete shop service for all your
woodworking needs & equipment Installations.
20yrs experience.
Call 522-7578, pager: 761-6090.

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


YACHT CARPENTRY
Custom Teak or Mahogany
t Wood or Mica
i Plexiglass Work
"t Nautical Furnishings

S Custom Cabinetry
Residential, Marine, Commercial
All work Guaranteed
Call for LOW prices


Custom marine 1Wboodorkingt Inc.




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CORIAN SPECIALIST
RESTORE REBUILD REPAIR
Specializing in Complete Restorations
Dockside or Drydock Teak Decking ToepRails
Marine Furniture Interior/Exterior Designs
RICHARD GIAMBERSIO, Owner
(305) 791- 5457
Woodwodng continues next column


WoodWorig continued



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






AT YOUR SERVICE- Doors, Garage Doors
restored to a fine marine finish. Varnished
or painted. Rico 524-9758 15 yrs in Laud.
See waterfront home service business cards
on page 23.




AT YOUR SERVICE- dependable office
cleaning 15 yrs in Ft Lauderdale.
Call Rico b 524-9758 Fax=522-4460.
RELIABLE HOME CLEANING- excellent refs.
For details call Rebecca 564-3213 Lv msg.
CLEANING: Homes, offices, boats... any area,
exc. work, reasonable. 305-941-9189




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





DOCKS/PATIOS/HOMES- Pressure cleaning,
painting, waterproofing, carpentry. Excellent
reference. Call Ziggy 463-1833.






PAPERHANGING

Boats & Homes
Permanent Year-round Resident
Call (305) 782-8899. leave name & #.
See waterfront home service business cards
on page 23.


LANDSCAPING, Fertilizing, Sprinkler
Repair. Quality Work. Call Gregg's Greener
Lawn Service at 964-9483.
AUTHENTIC FLORIDA LANDSCAPES-
Design & installation contractors, it costs
less to do it right the first time. MC/Visa
accepted. Free Estimates. Call 524-3338.


SOUTH oFLORIDA

MARINE REPORT



A Talk Radio Show
covering the entire spectrum
of marine activities
Saturday 1-2PM
WPBR 140 AM
for information and advertising rates
Call 407-642-0186




YACHT CHARTER BROKERAGE. Seeks sales
person for July. Call Tony 305-630-9265.




MASTER CAPTAIN 100-ton, available. Capt
Jim (JT) Tidwell 305-746-2159

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


MARINER GUESTHOUSE
(across from McDonalds)
701 S.E. 16th Court
Office: 305-527-0550
Weekly Rates


Captain & Crew
Seminars in Ft. Lauderdale
Steward/Stewardess Training
Table Service Advanced Service Interior Management
Deckhand Training
Deck Training Tender Operations Safety Crew
Management Training
Operations Personnel Captain's Seminar

(800) 225-2841


EASY LISTENING- live 1-man band
-mature perfect for boat party or just a
small dinner- background for restaurant
-Sax*Piano.Guitar*Vocals in 1 pkg- Also
Private Lessons- Have Music Ed Degree.
305-972-1801 Have performed worldwide.


SInverters-Auto-Trucks
o 50% OFF ALL MARINE S
S BATTERIES |
g Call Tony (305) 325-1367 V
i Golf Cars Wheel Chairs -Gell
Two brand new DAHON BIKES'in carrying
bags. Also HONDA SPREE 50cc. 525-4196
AIR & SEA SUPPORT GROUP 32-VOLT
MOTORS for Jabsco pumps & blowers,
factory new For prices call 305-522-3351
4-MAN LIFERAFT '94 model, just serviced.
Change in plans, must sell.
Call 407-835-0896 Offshore Yachting Raft.


LIFERAFT- SWITLIK 6-person. Canister. SAR.
USCG approved $2000 Ph 305-522-3311


FACTORY DIRECT SALE 63% Copper Hard
Polishing Copolymer Bottom Paint. One
Coat/One Year+ List $185. Now $87.75/gal
$47.95/1/2 gal. UPS incl. "Super
Shipbottom" Blue Black Red Green Florida-
made 1-800-466-7144
ACHILLES 13.5' Dinghy, aluminum floor &
Mercury 35HP engine package both for
$3800. 3 fib. dockside boarding steps $200.
45 Ib plough s/s anchor, new $450.
Marquipt 3-step boarding ladder $350.
1" anchor line 200 foot $200.
Call 305-925-8333 anytime

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


CHART KIT- Yeoman Navigation System
B.B.A.- all manuals & adapters like new $800.
Call Fred from 8am-10pm. 305-522-7066



DIESEL TECH 305-564-4412 Ft Laud
40 HP ISUZU diesel Hurth trans panel
exhaust hose muffler $750. Joe 524-1119




Let us rebuild your GALLEY MAID head pump
while you wait. $375. 1-yr warranty.
Remanuf/Exchange $574, 2-yrwarranty. We
pay CASH for your old Galley Maid pumps.
Raz Marine 305-525-5513 or 800-824-1186.


FREEZER 110V top load 20x20x80 $350
AUTO-HELM self steer gear $175. 524-1119




RIGGING FULL SERVICE Spars, Electronic &
Hydraulic Sailing Equipment. Service &
Installation. McSORLEY's RIGGING. 522-4208



FLOATING HOME- 1-bedroom completely
furn., fireplace. Great for bachelor.
Sell/trade/rent. 305-587-2644. $750/month


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BOATS FOR SALE


DOCKAGE


RENTALS


IPAGE- 2EW JUNE 19951


New ocean KAYAKS from $450. 673-5400.
FACTORY DIRECT NEW 8' fiberglass
dinghies $495 Bare hull $250 Ph 791-2552
AVON SPORTBOAT S 340, tow bridle, davit
rings 1990. xlnt cond 305-763-4636
89 ACHILLES 10.5 $400; NOVA M. 12' RIB
$800; 7.5 JOHNSON needs rev. gear $50;
22 Ib DANFORTH $40; 25 Ib CQR $75.
Call after 9-30 AM 305-527-9357
8' DINGHY-4 hp Mercury outboard, with
trailer Fxclnt cond $875 Ph 305-927-9124
LIKE NEW 11'2" ZODIAC- Hard glass
bottom, 1993 tube, 1990 15HP Evinrude &
Hull,, full cover. $1650 obo. 305-462-7732



23' 86 WELLCRAFT ELITE 350/260 Merc
cuttyy cabin great cond $9300 obo.
Call 566-9057.
23 PENN YAN 350 IB very dean, low hours
VHF/Recorder/Cabin/extras $4.5K 566-2755



37' ISLANDER- cruising equipped $34,000.
Call 764-6192.
Moving: McGREGGOR 22-76 fully loaded no
trir in canal 15hD Gamefish $3500 861-4389



FULLY STAFFED YACHTS sail & power
world widely Call Tom Collins 673-5400
34' TRAWLER $175/day w/ captain. Well
equipped.Daily/wkly;fishing/diving/cruising;
local/Keys/Bahamas. 305-525-1512.
DOCK & CHARTER your yacht from quaint
inn- Las Olas/A1A/ICW area. Up to 60'.
Unusual opportunity. Call 305-462-0531.


m U
CRUISE THE WATERWAYS FOR DINING,
DIVING, FISHING OR JUST HAVE A PARTY:
23' Mako center console openfish w/bimini
top avail to exp boaters; 46' Silverton
Motor Yacht w/3 staterooms avail
w/captain. Days, eves, or extended trips.
Call 305-763-7379.



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


CENTRAL BROWARD docks run from
McNab Road south to Port Everglades


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


POMP BCH- no fxd brdgs. No Ivbd, elec/wtr.
Call 305-785-1446 leave message
LIGHTHOUSE PT- 80' dock 1 fxd brdg close
to ICW & inlet wtr/elec $175/mo. 783-0710
DEEPWATER- up to 65'. East of US1.
Wtr/Elec. Personal care lic capt 781-9801.


50' DOCK- no fxd brdgs, no Ivbds.
Call 786-1744 day or 941-2294 evening


S.E. Pomp- 35' Power, Wtr, Whips, Security
lights. H-cane safe. no traffic. 946-6684
TO 30-FOOT, NFB, 1.5 mi to inlet, Pompano,
wtr/elec Call 943-3818
DEERFIELD- Deepwater 35' dock, NFB, 30
e-conrl from ICW Call 305-427-2609


POMPANO- GARDEN ISLES- 1 fxd bridge
east of Federal. Water/Elec. 305-782-5158

POMP- NFB N of Atlantic Blvd, 65' dock,
Wtr, power. 89' on wtr, no Ivbd. Unique,
protected dockage. Min boat size 40'.
Call 305-786-9391.




Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, BBQ,toilet,
cable, phone. pool laundry. 523-2156
NEAR LAUD YACHT CLUB- ocean access, 3
min, 240v, water, telephone, (experienced
Caretaker available). John 523-7007
eves/462-7230
Broward Dockage continues next column


Central Broward Dockage continued
DOCK FOR RENT- deep water, no fixed
bridges. Elec/water, phone & cable.
Beautiful surroundings: heated pool, BBQ
areas. Temporary & annual available.
Tele 527-0026
VILLA VENEZIA & AQUA MAR DOCKS- up to
50'. Shwr Rm-Pool*Sun Deck-Cable
TV.BBQ-Security*Laundry. 779-2818.
OFF NEW RIVER- to 60' locked fence.pool.phone
(H20.elec-cable. included). 305-583-4065


CentralBrowar Dockage continued
HENDRICKS ISLE- any size, liveaboard,
private home. quiet end. 305-463-0716
ORANGE ISLE- 50' dock, 6' draft, wtr/elec.
Nice spot Day 475-6709 eve 522-6088
SUGAR LOAF LANE- up to 55'. Electric
available. $125/month. Call 791-2282.



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DOCKAGE AVAILA BLE- water/elec. Off New NEAR PORT EV- GLD E NFB u po- o32'
Rive. NoIvbs. Cll 87-007. NEAR PORT EVERGLADES- NFB up to 32',
River. No Ivbds. Call 587-0707. wtrelc NV
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LAS OLAS ISLES Lvbd & storage, max 46',
18' beam. Boaters' lounge, bthrm, shwr,
laundry, BBQ, pool, parking, no fxd brdg,
apts avail. Call 305-765-0728.771-3059.
LVBD to 40' sailboats only $250/mo. Elec
ind. Ph. cable, wash/dry-available. 763-2748
ISLE OF VENICE deepwater wkly/monthly
water/electric. No Lvbd Call 305-522-2821.


BALI HAI RESORT- 149 Isle of Venice.
Deepwater dockage up to 50'. Hot shower,
pool, BBQ, cable, laundry, restroom.
Call 463-6300.


DOCK & CHARTER your yacht from
quaint inn- Las Olas/ICW/A1A area. Up to
60' Unusual opportunity. 305-462-0531
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
CORAL RIDGE- east of Bayview, xlnt area.
Pool, laundry, water, elec (30/50 amp),
ohone NFB Call 565-9592
111 ISLE OF VENICE- deep water dockage
POOL SHOWER RESTROOM PUMPOUT STATION
phone. 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.
N FORK NEW RIVER ocean access
305-527-0550
LAS OLAS ISLES- NFB, Wtr/elec. No Ivbds.
Call 566-1281 days-522-7795 eves.
RENTAL DOCK- just off New River. Up to
50'. Water & Electric Call 305-525-0831
LAUD HARBORS- SE14 St, up to 65', 220V,
draft 8'. H20. NLA. NFB. 463-7077
AVOCADO ISLE- pt. lot, 60' canal max 13' b,
wtr/elec. NFB no Ivbd 305-764-8923 Iv mes
HENDRICKS ISLE- Ivbd & storage. Max 65',
19'beam.shower.laundry*BBQ.pool.parking
phone/cable avail & apts 972-4065-832-9222
ISLE OF VENICE- boatslip available up to 38:
Pool, laundry, shower, bathroom facilities.
Call 305-763-2617
LAS OLAS WEST NFB, H20/Elec, No Ivbd,
Reasonable rates. secure. 305-761-1191 ev.
DEEPWATER- NFB, 15' beam, 50' length. No
Ivbd. Low prof prfrd. $300/mo. 491-2228
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- NFB, Sec lighting.
110-220/water No Ivbds. 305-462-2700.
NEW RIVER- 65' dock, 8'6" draft. No Ivbds.
No fixed bridges Call 728-9595
LAUDERDALE HARBORS- DEEPWATER- 65'
max, best wide canal & surroundings. 3 min
ocean access. NFB. no Ivbd. 305-767-8834
HENDRICKS ISLE- All Facilities. Storage or
Ivbd from $250 Call 305-462-0041.
E. SIDE HENDRICKS ISLE-v2-car parking,
laundry. Lvbd. 463-9717 or 525-1346
LIVEABOARD 450 afoot includes electric,
cable TV / phone / pool / bar / restaurants
tennis/driving range/security gate.
Private Dock in Marina Bay 305-791-2524
309 HENDRICKS- Ivbd to 50'. 18' beam,
110/220. w/d. amp prkng $275/m 779-2558
45' DOCK secure on New River, direct
ocean access. $175/mo. Call 305-767-9634
LAUD ISLE So Fork New River near 441,
deepwater ocean access sailboats to 40'.
Liveaboards not allowed (305)791-5906
FT LAUDERDALE- SE 15 St, NFB, up to 30'.
Call (305)761-1545.
HENDRICKS ISLE- liveaboard dock space,
13'6" beam $350/mo incl elec 491-2228
FT LAUD- 15th St. No fxd brdgs. Near ICW.
9' beam. 813-983-8070
ISLE OF VENICE- 3 min from ICW, NFB,
parallel sailboat docking Avail yearly
$450/mo Halcyon House Apt 305-463-2396
N FK NEW RIVER- up to 40', 5.5' draft.
Private entrance. Nice, secure yard,
elec/water no Ivbd. 305-523-2223
MIDDLE RIVER- sailboat only to 55', 5.6'
draft on finger piers, secure, elec/wtr.
,No Ivbd. Call 305-763-4077.
Dockage continues next column


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,
rahle laundry Call 527-0026


GOLDEN ISLES, HALLANDALE- up to 50',
No Ivbd $275/mo incl wtr/elec 923-1891




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.
LIVEABOARD DOCK 55', Collins Ave, Miami
$500/mo 151Q)832-4948 or 684-2159
ATLANTIC ISLE 5 min Haulover Inlet no
brdgs. up to 58'. no Ivbds. 305-944-5712
NMB- 40' dock, water/electric supplied.
Security protected. Brackish waters. Private
parking space. $150/mo. 305-931-5200




DOCK & CHARTER your yacht from quaint
inn- Las Olas/ICW/A1A area. Up to 60'.
Unusual opportunity. Call 305-462-0531..

MARINA BAY RESORT
"Liveaboards say it's the Best"
Tennis Laundry Restaurant
Parking Security Cable TV
Swimming Pool Jacuzzi
Golf Driving Range

Boats up to 120'
Hurricane hole
Reasonable rates
from 500 per foot
180 slips

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





LONG TERM DRY STORAGE
VESSELS 25' to 100'
Saves cost of taking vessel back
North for the summer months
Reduces Insurance Costs
Professional Boatyard Staff for all
phases of yacht care & maintenance
A $100 credit if you bring a friend as a
New Customer: 6-Mo. Dry Storage.

HARBORTOWN MARINA/BOATYARD
Port of Ft Pierce, Florida
RATED"TOP 10" IN FLORIDA
1936 Harbor Town DR., Ft Pierce, FL 34945
407-466-0947




CREW QUARTERS- Minutes to all Ft. Laud
docks. 2 blocks from ocean. Bus line 40 and
11. A/C, Pool, Cable TV w/movie channels,
Common kitchen area $12 nightly or $84:
weekly 305-566-1023 if no answer Iv. mes
E. FT LAUD- 3/2 on wtr, ocean access, exc
location. Screened pool, real fireplace, 1629
Poinsettia Dr. $2000/mo. 565-2089

MARINER GUESTHOUSE
(across from McDonalds)
701 S.E. 16th Court
Office: 305-527-0550
Weekly Rates


VILLA VENEZIA/AQUA MAR- Luxury 1&2
bedroom apts., studios & effs. Newly
remodeled & furnished. Heated Pool,
Laundry, Cable TV, BBQ. Seasonal.
Call 305-779-2818.
SUPER LOCATION- waterfront apts *
efficiencies. Pool Jacuzzi cable BBQ *
laundry. Close to' shops' & beach.
Wk/mo/seasonal. No pets. Beautifully
maintained. Immediate occupancy.
Off Las Olas Call 305-463-7067
ISLE OF VENICE- beautiful large 2/2
unfurnished, annual, laundry, heated pool,
BBQ. Avail June 15. Call 305-763-2617.


ROYAL PLAZA

SUITE MOTEL
2721 NE 1 St, Pompano Beach
3 misast of 1-95
1 block N. of Atlantic Blvd
Short walk to beach

Short term rental apts.
Fullyfumished,
fully equipped kitchens,
cable TV, large pool, BBQs.
Beautfully Landscaped Grounds

Eff from $160/week + tax.
1 BR from $236.s0/week + tax.
2 BR from $350/week + tax
(Rates subject to change w/o notice.)

2 BOAT SLIPS FOR
LARGER BOATS AVAILABLE

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





WAREHOUSE SPACES FOR LEASE-
1300SF/1600SF/3000SF Clean, Safe area
near Andrews Ave/Davie Blvdc. 1305 SW 1
Ave. 463-2577 or 525-1825.




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


RIVERFRONT
3/3 ART DECO- Contemporary totally
redone dock up to 30' boat almost 3000 sq
ft. $299,000.
2/2 75' deepwater by 160' Mature Oak
trees -2-car garage a deal at $239,000.
POINT LOT- 220' waterfront- Tropical
Point- 3000 sq ft only $279,000.
NEW ON THE MARKET CITRUS ISLES
point lot 230' Deepwater, outstanding views,
$379,000.
SHADY BANKS 3/2, pool, beautiful heavily
wooded lot, 95' on river, $449,000.
Totally Remodeled to Capture the "Florida
Lifestyle" -Very open spacious floor plan,
gourmet kitchen, Mexican tile, French doors
opening onto pool/patio, 78' deepwater,
2-car garage, asking $424,900.
Call Marni Canavan, Realtor.
Pruaential Florida Realty
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POMPANO- 2/2 deepwater condo. No
bridges, wide canal & heated pool, BBQ &
patio area Like a resort! Many up-grades.
'S74 900 Call 305-781-9361
POMPANO- Renovated 2/2, 120' dpwtr, 50'
dock w/2 slips, owner/agent. 305-786-1744
day.941-2294 eve. No brkrs please.
OCEAN ACCESS 30' dock/3-bed TH. Sale
$108's or lease $2000 per mo. Call Gall
aaent305-945-0442 oLbeeoer 881-2241.

WATERFRONT
Luxury Real Etate
0250' itracoastal Point 4 bd/poolterrces.
3500sf. Coral Ridge C.C. S694.000.
*3 bd. 3 car. Secluded woodsy stMeet. Private
Marin on New River. 3700uf. s399,000.
*70' deepwaler 4 bd/pool 4200sf. 2-story. 2-
freplaces 2-fmily rooms. 5399,000.
*:Deepwaer duplex. Fxcelleni beach location and
mint condition. 2000Mf. S.54,000.
*Decorators dream" newly renovated 3 bd2300sf.
fabulous decking mnd wlerlrot. $229,000.
Call for a "'fee" market analysis on your mot
valuable aieL Se habla Fiaflol
SColornet Intenational Real Etae .
weingust/wo fwaterion1
#V% "Selingf jer
since 1978"

305-463-753
Fort Lauderdale




100' on inlet 3/2 lux hm, 4-car gar, 2 retail
stores + 13 boat slips, $500k owner fin. 4/3
Hm on ICW $179k. 2/2 oceanfront hm
$179k. 9+ beautiful acres on ICW, horses
welcome $162k owner fin. Call Kurt Besinger
ABC Realty 407-468-9445
3 ADJOINING HOMES all on ICW plus 9 acres.
Call Kurt @ ABC Real Estate 407-468-9445.


RIVER REACH riverview penthouse 2/2 SE
exp, dock 24-hr security orig owner $98,900
& appliance allowance 407-388-1685



NORTH CAROLINA SMOKIES 125 acres +
4Bd/3Bt home. I will sell or trade all or part
for yacht up to $950K. 430-9050*761-1300

Tellico Village, Tennessee
The Southeast's Premier Golf & Lakefront
Community located near Knoxville on
beautiful Tellico Lake.
Boaters have access from the Great
Smoky Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico
along TVA's inland waterway.
Golf Mountain & Lakeview Waterfront
Homesites Homes & Townhomes

For more Infonatlon or complimentary
brochures call 1-800-844-8366.
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COTTAGE FOR SALE
$40K USD/best offer (Must sell!)
HORTA, FAIAL
(Azores Islands)
In Historic Center
2 minute walkto beach
5 minutes to the marina
7 minutes to Peter's

Call (415)821-0716
in HORTA GRETA
on the Shanghai.
Tel 93720


ROBERT P. GARGANO
& ASSOCIATES, REACTORS
M()RT(;A(,E BROKER
(305) 462-5770
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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 $899,000. Possible lease.
* SAILBOAT COUNTRY- Just listed. 2/1 with newer
kitchen & white tile floors. 65' on Yvy deep canal.
$179,000
* RIVERFRONT Watch the yachts go byl 3 Bed, 2
bath just updated. New Kitchen, Master bath, Central
NC Huge Double Lot 100' on River by 250 (approx)
Deep-with over 100' Dock $379,000.
* TEAR DOWN- Mega yacht dockagel- Approx 145'
directly on wide section of South Fork New River with
SensationalView. Atropicalparadise-Mid $200,000's.
* PLAZA EAST OCEANFRONT CONDO. 12th fl w/
sensational ocean view from every room. Estate sale.
$149,900 motivated. Make offer.
* DEEPWATER LOT -Sailboat Bend 75' Riverfront 2
lots and 1 large dock. Zoned R-3-A (multi-family/
liveaboard). JUST REDUCED $164,500.
* NEW CONSTRUCTION -DEEPWATER- 3-bdrm, 2.5-
bath with all new large master bdrm & bath w/jacuzzi tub
& stall shower, Ig new family room, all new pass-thru
kitchen & appliances: New garage, paver drive & walk
New Spanish tile roof. $339,000 complete.


* SPACIOUS-TRI-LEVEL- 3/2 Pool home, enlarged
master bedroom. New light oak kitchen, new cent/AC.
85' on Deepwater canal Great Value $174,900.
* DEEPWATER UNDER CONSTRUCTION
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home with new master bedroom & bath,
new kitchen, family room, central AC; windows and ga-
rage. 65' on very deep canal. Mid $200,000's.
* 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' deep! $435,000.
* CONDO & DEEDED DEEPWATER DOCK- Studio in
great location on Middle River with dock for large boat
ONLY $59,9001
*WATERFRONTHOME& ADJACENTLOTON NEW
RIVER Approx. 250' on New River. 2 bedroom, 2a2
bath with family room, wet bar, new master suite,
fireplace and lots of natural wood. 2 separate lots.
JUST LISTED $425,000.
* CITRUS ISLES -DEEPWATER- 2-bdrm,2-bath with
enclosed Fla. room & central A/C. 2-car carport. 75' of
water on very deep "sailboat canal. JUST LISTED -
BEST BUY- Only $177,000.


RIVER REACH CONDOS: SALES & ANNUAL RENTALS! Live on a private island near downtown Fort
Lauderdale on the New River 1 24 hr. security, tennis, saunas & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK*, deep water
ocean access dockage"as available (*owners only).
1/1 ......b.... ;2......ABT A .............$s5 ,ooo 2/2 .9, -
1/I $57,900 2/2.............GI;.A.A;NAJ,.......1.....$. 11500-
1/112 $69,900 2/2............POOL&WATER -$112,500
1/11a UPDATED $76,900 2/2 CONTRACT $117,900
1/1 BRIVER................$84,900 2/2 CONTRACT $119,900
1/1 /2.............REKN.QO.E. ...........$92,500 2/2 RIVER $124,900
2/2 $79,900 2/2.......ASTOR MODE.,.....$137,250
2/2 ...............REI..................$84,900 2/2 .IVER$139,900
2/2 $89,900 2/2 "a REDUCED $93,500


River Reach rentals also available *Annual Leases-Call For Details
MANY OTHER WATERFRONT LISTINGS AVAILABLE
"NEW WATERFRONT STINGS NEEDED"
"I Have Qualified Buyers "
CALL TODAY AND LET THE PROVEN PROFESSIONALS WORK FOR YOU!


462-5770 Robert P. Gargano & Assoc. 462-5770





ATTENTION YACHT BROKERS

INVESTORS

NEW RIVER DOCKAGE POINT LOT
















WILL TAKE UP TO 250 FT OF BOATS!

Home consists of 3 Bedrooms, upgraded Kitchen,
Family Room with Wood-Burning Fireplace and
GREAT Outdoor Entertaining and Secluded Pool areas.
Loads of off-street Parking plus Carport.
Owner will consider holding a second mortgage.*
Asking $269,900

Please call PETER MALONEY 467-6666
the "WATERFRONTologist"

SOUTHPORT REALTY, INC.
1635 S. Miami Road Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(305)525-6488 24 Hours (305)467-6666


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New! MELBOURNE .................(407) 242-9600 .............. 1509 N. Harbor City Blvd.
NO. PALM BEACH ............(407) 775-1434................ 12189 US Hwy. 1
DEERFIELD BEACH ..........(305) 427-6165............... 110 N. Federal Hwy.
FT LAUDERDALE........... (305) 527-5540 ................. 2300 S. Federal Hwy.
MIAMI .................. ............ (305) 444-5520 ................ 3635 S. Dixie Hwy.
ST. Pf a i HSbURG ............(813) 867-5700 ................ 5001 34th St. South
New! MARATHON ......................(305) 289-1009............ 2055 Overseas Hwy.
New! KEY WEST........................(305) 295-0999............ 725 Caroline St.
FT. MYERS ....................... (813) 275-6077 ................ 1520 Colonial Blvd.
New! PUNTA GORDA........;........ (813) 637-0000 .......... 915 Taylor Rd.
NEW ORLEANS................. (504) 482-5090 ................. 827 Harrison Ave
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