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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: April 1, 2002
Frequency: monthly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Fort Lauderdale
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Changing market

results in demise of

spring boat show
By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Competition and a changing marine marketplace have
led to the cancellation of the annual spring boat show in Fort
Lauderdale.
The event, which had been re-dubbed Boats in the Park,
was held for the first time last May at George English Park,
overlooking the Middle River at 1101 Bayview Dr. It had
previously been held for 16 years at the Bahia Mar Resort'
and Marinaon Fort Lauderdale Beach when it was known as
the Fri t Laudel dle SpringBoat Show.
Attendance had declined when it was at Bahia Mar.
Organizers had hoped being at George English Park would
revitalize interest in the event.
Although organizers said there was a fair turn out at
George English, it obviously wasn't enough.
"It just didn't meet our expectations," said Kaye
Pearson, president of Show Management Inc., the show's
promoters.
The marketplace for boat shows has changed' dramati-
cally, Pearson said.
"We found there was not sufficient support for another
show here in the springtime," he said. '"The expenses relative
to the potential income didn't make economic sense. The
Marine Industries Association of South Florida and my
company decided:to cancel the show at this point."
Show Management is not closing the door entirely. "If


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there is a need in the future, we can re-establish it," said
Pearson.
But right now, there are too many other boat shows in
the area. "In the last four to five years, we've seen special-
ized shows," he said..
That includes his significantly growing Palm Beach
boat show, held in March, as well as two boat shows in
Miami in the spring and early summer, Pearson said.
"All of these events have affected diluting the market-
place to some degree," he said.
The hugely popular Fort Lauderdale International Boat


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Compassion
for pelicans
Photo/ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Injured and disabled
pelicans crowd Harry
Kelton, founder of the
Pelican Harbor Seabird
Station in Miami, at feeding
time. Kelton can reach
into a bird's mouth and
get away with it, but don't
you try: a pelican's beak
is tipped with a sharp hook
that can penetrate through
a person's hand. Please see
accompanying story on
page 4.


Show in October, the largest in the world, also affects the
spring show, with people often choosing to go to the larger
show," Pearson said.
The show in George English was geared to small boats,
but people can see those displays at other local shows. The
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, for instance, has
devoted most of its displays at the Fort Lauderdale
Convention Center to small boats, said Frank Herhold, exec-
utive director of the Marine Industries of South Florida,


Miami Billfish Tournament to help pioneer new conservation rule


This year's Miami Billfish Tournament takes place April
4-7. More cash awards will be given out this year, due to
an increased amount of sponsors.


Circle hooks expected to
alleviate harm to fish
By ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Waterfront News Writer
Nick Smith is going after his third consecutive Master
Angler championship in the Yamaha Contender Miami
Billfish Tournament.
If he wins the 20th anniversary event, running April 4-7,
his competitors may applaud more enthusiastically than ever,
for after this one Smith is moving on. No more trolling gog-
gle-eyes from a kite. There are other ways to catch billfish.
"Next year it'll be all fly fishing," says Smith's favorite
skipper, Miami charterboat captain Ray Rosher. "Nick has
102 days booked, around the world, flyfishing for billfish
only. As we speak, he's in Kona, Hawaii, fishing for
spearfish on fly. Next week he'll be in Australia for striped
and black marlin."
Other than Smith's farewell, this year's event features
a new conservation-sensitive rule. From now on, only cir-
cle hooks are permitted and only the kind without an
offset shank.
Though not every billfisher is convinced yet, there is
strong scientific evidence that circle hooks, which are radi-
cally different from the traditional J shape, greatly reduce
the likelihood of gut-hooking fish and enhance their survival
after they're released.
The hook requires some changes in fishing technique,


but that hasn't scared off contestants. Executive director
Karen McGinley expects to exceed last year's 430 contes-
tants on 107 boats by the Thursday, April 4 entry deadline,
which is the night before competition begins at Miami
Beach Marina.
"This year we've received entries about two weeks ear-
lier than ever before," says McGinley, who is directing her
fourth tournament. "People are eager to fish."
The reason?
"More money! We'll give away over $135,000 in cash,
plus tens of thousands in trophies and other prizes," she said.
Title sponsors Yamaha marine engines and Contender
fishing boats, guarantee all the prize money, McGinley says.
But it isn't cheap to enter. The basic entry fee is $200
per angler, and there are value-added categories with other
entry fees. For $100 per person, you can enter a "funfish"
subcategory for dolphin, wahoo, kingfish and tuna the
only fish to be boated and weighed. There's a family cate-
gory, too. Such events, which tend to be under-entered, offer
the best chance for non-experts to win prizes.
For entry details, call McGinley at 305-598-2525, or go
online to http://www.miamibillfish.com to see complete
rules and other useful information.
Thought it costs money to enter the tournament, it costs
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APRIL 2002Fun, csalfor Dania Beach fishing pier

Wanted: Fun, causal restaurant for Dania Beach fishing pier


By BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Color renderings of plans for a new restaurant on
Dania Beach's fishing pier were unveiled recently at a
City Commission meeting, marking the first time that offi-
cials and the public could visualize how the long-awaited
eatery will look.
City Manager Ivan Pato said he was very impressed
by the renderings, which were presented in late February.
"It's terrific," Pato said. "It's first class. It finally puts
a picture in people's minds."
The plans depict a 6,300-square-feet restaurant. Of
that space, 3,700-square-feet will be air conditioned and
indoors.
According to the plan, the one-story structure will
also have an observation deck. Lifts for handicapped visi-
tors will be in the restaurant and on the pier, as well.
The restaurant's interior will be built to accommodate
up to 180 patrons, possibly more. The figure does not
include outdoorseating, said Neal Aronson, project archi-
tect.
,City commissioners hired Aronson's firm, Aronson
and Associates Architects in Hollywood. last year.
While designing the structure, Aronson said he kept
the surroundings in mind, giving the structure a water and
nautical feel.


"I want to bring the outside inside by creating indoor
and outdoor seating and large open windows that can be
opened completely," Aronson said.
The design also gives patrons varied views in all
directions, from the beach to the ocean, he said.
A final design of the restaurant's facade will be cho-
sen by the future restaurateur, with approval of the com-
mission, Aronson said.
The city has no date for when construction is to start,
Pato said.
"As a goal; we want to have the restaurant built by
summer, 2003," he said.
The city has allocated $650,000 toward the project.
Dania Beach officials intend to keep ownership of the site
and lease the space.
"The city will put out feelers to try and get people
interested in talking to us," Pato said.
Already, one potential restaurateur was scheduled to
meet with officials in late March. he said.
"The word is getting out that this is moving forward
and representatives are contacting the city," he said.


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toward the project. Dania Beach
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the site and lease the space.

"There is interest."
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is unique, Pato said.
Since the establishment would be built directly on the
beach and on a fishing pier, officials believe the future ten-
ant should be a casual, friendly, fun type of restaurant,
rather than a formal, high-end establishment, he said
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"I don't know of any in Florida that are on the pier,
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APRIL 2002


Pelican refuge gives injured birds a chance to recover


Fishing paraphernalia can
be a threat to hungry birds
By ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Waterfront News Writer
If you're a saltwater fisherman, you may have devel-
oped a dangerous habit of tossing fish heads and skeletons
to pelicans.
What's wrong with that? Visit the Pelican Harbor
Seabird station on the 79th Street Causeway in Miami, and
Harry Kelton, who runs it, will show you a fish spine studded
with protruding bones. The spine was caught inside a pelican
and Kelton's veterinarian had to remove it surgically.
A pelican can swallow a fish whole, but if you give it fil-
leting leftovers, you're feeding it trouble. That's one thing
Harry and Darlene Kelton have learned and taught in the 22
years since they moved from an apartment to a houseboat at
the Pelican Harbor Marina.
The Keltons expected plenty of pelicans. But they did-
n't plan to get involved personally much less run a non-
profit pelican rescue squad since 1980.
Back then, there wasn't much at Pelican Harbor: Just
some under-used public waterfront land, a few docks and
boats, a dirt road and many noticeably disabled pelicans.
"We found pelicans swimming down current, beginning
in late afternoon, swimming southward," Harry Kelton says.
Swimming not flying. They had injured wings, or
they were hooked by fishing lures and tangled in yards of
monofilament line.
'Trussed up like a Christmas turkey," Kelton says, "to
the point where they had to swim with one foot because they
couldn't move the other one."
Ordinarily, they'd have flown directly over the Keltons'
place on the north side of the causeway to reach their roosts
on an island half a mile to the south. They didn't know about
the other way around, under a bridge.
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It's almost feeding time at Pelican Harbor Seabird
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pelicans are beginning to crowd around the freezer
chest. They know what's in it.
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barbed hooks and a fit-to-eat baitfish. Gulls are less often
snagged because they hover and pick up a lure by the
back-then drop it when they feel the resistance of a fishing
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They get hooked.
Fishing tackle is the major nemesis of seabirds, espe-
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from pelicans over the years, they could have gone into the
second-hand tackle business.
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Station's clinic. There's a Krocodile spoon, Rapala and
Rebel plugs, some nylon bucktail jigs, a Rat-L-Trap, a bright
pink tube lure and other such stuff that Kelton says account
for 91 percent of the injuries.
"Treble hooks are the worst. One hook gets caught on
the wing, the bird rubs it with its chin and another hook
catches it there." He demonstrates by rolling his cheek over
against his shoulder, imagining his arm wrapped in fishing
line and trying to take off. Kelton can't fly anyway, but you
get the idea.
A lot has changed in 20 years. The pens the Keltons
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link fenced enclosures classy enough to be called aviaries.
Dade County developed the marina, put up a clinic building
and leased it to the Seabird Station.
By then the place was a local institution. People find
injured birds in their yards and bring them to Pelican Harbor.
They often come in the middle of the night, carrying birds
tucked in towels and flapped into cardboard boxes. Just for
them, there's a stack of cat and dog carrier cages near the
clinic door.
On the day the Waterfront News visited, 38 pelicans -
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Lauderdale Isles: Tree-lined streets and a new city address


This is one in a series of special features looking at
neighborhoods that line Broward County waterways.
This month's article examines Lauderdale Isles in the
Riverland area, which has recently become part of the
city of Fort Lauderdale.
By WILLIAM R. HAWKINS
Waterfront News Writer
Residents of Lauderdale Isles say it's not just the trop-
ical names of the tiny isles that make the neighborhood
almost paradise-like.
Called Key Largo, Bimini, Nassau, Andros and
Tortugas, the isles, shaded by big oak trees dangling with
Spanish moss, also are home to boat after boat. Wooden
street signs surrounded by landscaping greet motorists
traveling Riverland Road in what is now considered Fort
Lauderdale.
In March, residents voted to annex into the city from
unincorporated Broward County. Dania Beach had also
unsuccessfully vied to gain the area's population.
Lauderdale Isles is bordered roughly by State Road 7
to the west, the winding North New River Canal to the
east and south, and Riverland Road to the north.
Now after eight years, the community's struggle to
create a five-acre Riverland Woods Park is moving ahead.
Nearly $500,000 in grant money has been secured to clear
the land along the North Fork of the New River, off
Riverland Road and State Road 7. Ground was recently
broken to help create a small boat ramp, along with other
improvements.
"This sense of community and pride in our neighbor-
hood is what I believe sets us a part from other areas," said
Jennifer O'Brien, who lives on Gulfstream Lane and is
vice president of the Lauderdale Isles Civic Improvement
Association.
In a recent civic newsletter, O'Brien told of her greet-
ing into the neighborhood after she and her husband first
bought their home in October 1999. "It was only a few
days before closing and we were invited to a party where
we had a chance to meet all the new neighbors before even
a single piece of furniture had been moved," she said.
Developed in the 1950s by Gill Construction Co., the
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Virginia Springmeyer, who at the age of 92 is the old-
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"My father loved this area and was the one who
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"I've always loved the peace and quiet of the area and
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"It doesn't look very Floridian but we love it," she
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By MARK ERCOLIN
Waterfront News Columnist
Soon after the end of the Revolutionary
War, as the story goes, an Englishman came
to the newly established United States to
visit one of his American relatives.
Upon the arrival of this British sub-
ject to U.S. shores, the boastful American
kinsman began to speak at length about
the potential and greatness of the free
young nation.
After the American completed his
speech, the Englishman nonchalantly
turned to his relative and said, "so cousin,
it is my understanding that you Yanks
overthrew your lawful Monarch primarily
because you were all against taxation with-
out representation."
"Indeed sir, that is true!" the American
replied proudly.
"Well then," retorted the Englishman,
"Now that you have your representation,
do you like your taxes any better than you
did before?"
Although the Englishman's question
was designed to be rhetorical, it does. point
out a universal truth nobody enjoys pay-
ing taxes.
In the recreational boating industry,
taxes are most usually noticed when they
have to be paid after the purchase of a
vessel.
In south Florida particularly, all sorts
of strategies are contemplated by some
boat buyers to try and lessen their tax con-
tribution.
The tactics for decreasing one's tax
burden runs the gamut from the somewhat
reasonable to the downright complicated.
These tactics can be limited by specific
facts, including residency, purchase cost of
the vessel, and any plans for taking out a
loan to pay for the vessel.
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prove useful to review some of the issues


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vessel in the United States, and plans to-
document it with the United States (or reg-
ister it with a state), sales'taxes due to one
of the several states will become an issue.
For example, if you are a Florida resi-
dent (own property or even just have a
Florida driver's license), and purchase
your vessel in the state, generally speak-
ing, you will be required to pay Florida's 6
percent sales tax on the purchase of your
boat (not to mention that certain counties
impose a local surtax on the first $5,000 on
the sale price).
This is usually the case even if you
plan to document or register your vessel
under a corporation in a different state.
This is because when a yacht is purchased
in Florida, the buyer is typically required
by the state Department of Revenue to fill
out an affidavit that takes into account
such a scenario, and thereby establishes
the purchaser's underlying taxable links
to the state.
On the other hand, if you are not a
Florida resident, the state has established
several programs to allow the purchaser of
a large recreational boat the opportunity to
buy and use their vessel in Florida waters
-providing certain 'guidelines are fol-
lowed without incurring a sale or use
tax penalty.
However, that does not mean that the
non-resident isn't required to register their
vessel somewhere. And, once the vessel is
registered, it will be subject to the taxation
scheme of its chosen jurisdiction, includ-
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By RICK ROUGHEN
Waterfront News Columnist
I often wonder if we here in South
Florida and particularly those of us who
relish and rummage about on the water-
front, take time enough in our busy sched-
ules to stop and smell the roses. There are.
lots to smell and they bloobm all year here. -
I'm not talking about the prickly
kinds, but rather the tropical ones that look
a lot like beaches, palm trees, restaurants,
waterways, fishing holes, and everything
else that the rest of the world dreams about
and calls "paradise."
If you enjoy bright sunshine, warm
temperatures and a refreshing summer
squall every now and again, then you're in
exactly the right place, my friend.
It's no accident that so many pale
invaders and time crusaders jet in to our
fine town from all over the planet to let
their hair down, kick their feet up and cram
their guts full of fresh seafood, spicy chow-
ders and ice cold toddys of every type. And
if they like boats, w-e-l-1 ... then, ...
I was recently on my way to work, try-
ing to get in early one morning and got
really annoyed when a traffic jam on
Commercial Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale
jumped out in front of me. In a rush
(again), I decided to turn around and point
my truck eastward, ending up on State
Road A1A, headed sodth back in to town.
With the A/C off and my windows
down, I watched the sun rise up over the
ocean as I sped along a spectacular line of
palm trees and sand that stretched for
miles. Coming down 17th street, I was
again forced to stop, but this time at the top
of the bridge. I had time to take in the
sights as I had never done before, and was
amazed to observe the spectacular array of
yachts and waterways as far as I could see.
Later that day while having lunch


(conch chowder and a blackened dolphin
sandwich) on Riverwalk, my senses were
again overwhelmed with the sounds of a
steel drum band floating in on the balmy
Breeze. I realized with a building sense of
than'kfulness that' it was still February,
and-:.wondered what all of'the folks ip
north were doing. i: '
S Topped off the afternoon with a boat
ride to view:a piece of waterfront'proper-
ty that had gone up for sale, and once
again had the'ipresence to marvel at the
incredible beauty and peacefulness that
resounds up and down the New River.
My ride back home on 1-95 that evening
was different, and I was happy to call
Fort Lauderdale home.
I'm acutely aware of the challenges
we all face on a daily basis in and about
the marine industry. Brokers are hustling
with a driving sense of urgency to make
the next deal. Shipyards are bustling with
activity, working under time constraints
to get repairs done by deadline.
Meanwhile captains pull their hair out to
keep their owners and crew happy.
Editors burn the midnight oil making
sure that all of the columns turned in late
get fine-tuned before the whole salami
goes to press, and time marches on right
here in the tropics.
With all of the challenges and diffi-
culties to deal with in our busy days, do
-we-ever-tak-e-time-out-to look- around-and-
enjoy our circumstance and surround-
ings?
I have a suggestion. Make plans to
insert a little R&R into your hectic sched-
ule. It really isn't all that difficult and the
effort may go a long way toward easing a
good chunk of the stress you face in the
rest of your 55-plus hour workweek.
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By ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Waterfront News Writer
If 5,000 to 7,000 volunteers go to Biscayne Bay once a
year for 19 years (as indeed they have) to clear trash off the
islands and shorelines (as indeed they do), and if they haul
off about 20 tons of trash each time (indeed again) well,
you'd guess they'd be finished by now, right?
Indeed not. They're doing it for the 20th time on April
20, and it will be surprising if 20 more tons of rubbish are
not collected that day.
The supply looks endless, but the upside is an ideal
opportunity for the, boating and fishing public to spend a
day protecting and celebrating Miami-Dade County's
most important marine resources Biscayne Bay and the
Miami River.
Combined, the Biscayne Bay Cleanup and the hyper-
bolically entitled Magnificent Miami River Celebration
form the centerpiece event of Baynanza, a month-long
observance that fills April to its banks and sloshes into late
March and early May with sailing, canoe and kayak tours,
wet hikes, fishing and other events.
Baynanza has been sponsored since 1982 by the coun-
ty's environmental agency, DERM, and joined since then by
the Miami River Commission and Citizens for a Better
South Florida. Baynanza is meant to spread appreciation of
the local waters and related features of nature that are often
overlooked.
And often mistreated, judging by the volume of trash
collected in this one three-hour event.
Where does it all come from? Not where you might
think, says DERM spokesman Sean McCrackine:
"The vast majority of stuff comes from the shore, not
boats. People toss stuff on the streets, rain washes it into storm
drains and canals and it winds up in the bay. There's no short-
age from boaters, either. If anything, we all contribute to it."
Starting at 9 a.m. that Saturday, volunteer trash-pickers
will be ferried by volunteer boaters to islands, or they can
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are free; none cost more than $30 per person. Reservations
are needed for many, so always call first.
April 4: Scientist Mario Molina, who won a Nobel
Prize for discovering ozone depletion in the stratosphere,
gives a Thursday evening lecture on global pollution at
FIU's University Park campus. Free. For details, call the
Environmental Studies Department, 305-348-3999.
April 6: Key Biscayne beach walk, a 2-1/2-mile guid-,
ed nature hike. 10. a.m.-noon. $10. Call 305-361-6767.
www.Biscaynenaturecenter.org
April 6 & 13 & 27: Tour the mangroves of Biscayne
National Park, 9 a.m.-noon. Your own canoe or kayak, or
call 305-230-1100 to rent one at the park, $16.
www.nps.gov/bisc
SApril 6 & 13 & 27: Canoe or kayak tour of the bay
shoreline, 9-11 a.m., from Matheson Hammock to Coral
Gables Waterway with the county park system's
EcoAdventures. $30. Call 305-662-4124. www.miami-
dade.gov
April 7: Birthday of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Free
celebration with Biscayne Nature Center and Friends of the
Everglades. Call 305-361-6767 for details. www.biscayne-
naturecenter.org
April 7 & 14 & 21 & 27-28: Paddle from Pelican
Harbor to Bird Key with EcoAdventures to observe ibis,
herons, cormorants, pelicans, etc. nesting in north Biscayne
Bay. 8-10 a.m. or 4-6 p.m. $20. Call 305-662-4124.
www.miamidade.gov
April 7: Turtle Hurdles, Biscayne National Park, 1-4
p.m. See baby sea turtles and what they're up against in the
wild. Free. 305-230-7275. www.nps.gov/bisc
April 9: What global warming, hurricanes and.
humans will do to Biscayne Bay, a lecture by Prof. Harold
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April 14: Visit Boca-Chita, 1:30-4:30 p.m., with a
Biscayne National Park ranger who will describe the key's
heyday as a hangout of rich millionaires with lots of money.
Be on the key by 2:15 p.m. or call 305-230-1100 to reserve
a place on the park boat. www.nps.gov/bisc
April 21: Spend a day on the bay with the Shake-a-Leg
foundation's sailboats and kayaks. Free. An advance call to
305-858-5550 is a must. www.shakealegmiami.org
April 22-28: This is National Park Week. Biscayne
National Park features special prices, $12.95 a seat, on
ranger-guided boat trips to the coral reefs or northern Keys.
10 a.m.-l p.m. Call 305-230-1100 for reservations.
www.nps.gov/bisc
April 27: 15th annual Youth Fishing Tournament, 9
a.m.-noon, sponsored by Fish and Game Unlimited at
Homestead Bayfront Park. Free. Call 305-230-3033.
April 27: Seagrass Adventure at Key Biscayne, 1-3
p.m.; $10. A Biscayne Nature Center naturalist leads a wet-
footed tour of exclusive neighborhoods populated by seal-
ife. For humans age 5 and up. Call 305-361-6767. www.bis-
caynenaturecenter.org
April 28: Ninth annual field day and weed toss at Cape
Florida State Park, 9 a.m.-noon. Volunteer to pull exotic
weeds and plant native species behind the beach dune with
the American Littoral Society. Register by calling 305-361-
0611. www.americanlittoralsoc.org
April 28: Elliott Key island dreaming, 1:30-4:30 p.m.,
a boat and hiking trip to Biscayne National Park's largest
island. If you have a boat ride, be at the Elliott Key harbor
at 2:15 p.m. If not, call 305-230-1100. Water passage costs
$12.95 for kids under 12, $17.95 for seniors, $19.95 for
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Consider the pitfalls before documenting your vessel outside the U.S.


craft overseas as a "foreign flagged vessel."
Such a boat is generally allowed to travel in U.S. waters
under an annual "cruise permit" issued by the Customs
Service, and is not subject to state sale or use taxes if deliv-
ery of the vessel was taken outside of the national jurisdic-
tion. Although, this may sound appealing, it must be noted
that foreign flagging a yacht has its own special pitfalls.
The first issue is the cost of documenting a vessel over-
seas. Unless the purchase price is over $500,000, it usually
doesn't pay to flag a yacht overseas due to the costs of setting
up an offshore corporation and its accompanying legal paper-
work. If your boat's purchase price was less than half a mil-
lion dollars, such costs do not seem to make up the difference
compared to paying taxes to a state government.

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Secondly though it appears unlikely at this time -
with the rapidly changing political climate after Sept. 11,
there may come a point when U.S. Customs will stop issu-
ing cruise permits to foreign flagged vessels with the same
liberality they do.at present.
Finally, taking a loan out on the boat might lead to a
reason for not documenting it overseas. Many banks will
insist that their loan be protected by a U.S. Preferred
Ship's Mortgage.
This type of mortgage grants the lender a superior prior-
ity of lien on the boat above many other types of liens that
can be accrued against the vessel in its travels, including liens
for "necessaries" in U.S. ports (read necessaries as dockage,
repairs and supplies). Certainly, no lender wants their priori-
ty to be inferior to the guy selling rope to the vessel.
Since a U.S. Preferred Ship's Mortgage can only be


filed on vessels documented within the United States, taking
out such a loan will prevent the yacht purchaser from pursu-
ing a foreign flag solution as an option for tax relief on their
vessel. Which brings us back to dealing with the states and
the taxation schemes implemented by their duly elected rep-
resentatives. Oh, well....
Always remember, freat the buying of a boat with the
same seriousness as you would real estate. So, plan your
purchase fully before you sign any papers.
By the way, in 1774 the only tax we Yanks were real-
ly concerned about was on the import of tea. Ah, the good
old days!
Mark Ercolin is a maritime attorney based in Fort
Lauderdale. The information in this column is summary
in nature and should not be applied to specific cases or
situations.


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and park your vehicle at the beach while you absorb all
the sights and smells of your hometown paradise.


They say that every morning begins the first day of
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"This is the one of our biggest projects of the year and
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sites along the waterways.
"This day is special because it focuses attention on an
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Rothe, Parks and Recreation Director of the City of
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being the longest-serving cleanup volunteer. Rothe has
been with the program all 25 years.
"When we first started there was only a handful of
volunteers and a few cleanup sites," Rothe said. "It then
grew to more sites and more volunteers and now it is one
of the largest and most organized volunteer-based activity
of its kind in the county."
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APRIL 2002


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a new home at upcoming Waterfest event


sponsors of the annual spring boat show.
Paul Dooley, a board' member of the Coral Ridge
Homeowners Association, said he was saddened to hear that
the spring show will not return to George English Park.
Some residents initially had reservations about the show
being held at the park and its affect on surrounding homes.
City commissioners only approved giving promoters the site
after they agreed to donate $20,000 toward the park and
neighborhood improvements.
Of that money, $5,000 went to the Coral Ridge
Homeowners Association for entryway beautification. The
rest went to the park.
"I'm disappointed that it's not coming back," Dooley
said. "The neighborhood was happy with the show being
in the park. The folks at Show Management did a won-
derful job of putting the park back together after the show
was over."
Dooley, who had gone to the event, said attendance
wasn't as high as expected. But it was the first year at
George English and it probably would have grown, he said.
One of the activities from the spring show that will con-
tinue is the plywood regatta, which has found a home at
Waterfest, a new event scheduled for June 1 and 2 at the
International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame and
Museum in Dania Beach.
The event involves kids and adults who build their own
floating craft and compete in separate categories.
Waterfest will have different exhibits and demonstra-
tions revolving around fishing, boating and environmental
educational. There will also be a seafood festival.
"It will be everything about water, geared to families,"
said Dan Vawter, membership development coordinator for


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about tournament fishermen,, know this: They're great at
partying.
Everyone's invited to join them, McGinley says. The
more, the merrier:
"I think one of the best things about this tournament is
that it's more a gathering of friends and family an enter-
taining thing for anyone, even if you just come down to the
docks. They have a good time. There's a lot of camaraderie
and friendship."
The rewards are attractive too.
Smith, a Ford dealer in Palm Beach County, won
$2,000 as master angler in each of the last two tournarfients.
Last year, Rosher and his crew won $15,477.50 in cash
prizes, most of that for second-place- finishes in two cate-
gories. The richest team prizes, totaling $23,262.50. \went to
Ralph and Eddie Mortalvo's Sea Hunter The brothers own
an aircraft overhaul company.
McGinley is confident that marine conservation causes
and related projects will receive more than last year's total
$66,103. "Money from raffles, shirt and hat sales, the boat
raffle, the auctions all that, once the bills are paid, goes
to conservation."
Last year's biggest donation, $10,000, went to the


University of Miami's Research Center for Sustainable
Fisheries. The Billfish Foundation and the Nature
Conservancy each were given $5,000. .
.There's more money this year because there are more
sponsors, McGinley said, and more sponsors because of the
tournament's long-term success. Four years ago, it became a
part of the World Billfish Series. The Billfish Tournament
Network rates it number 6 in the world.
With status like that, the Miami tournament can risk
being a pioneer in the movement to circle hooks. Now only
a few tournaments require them.
Theji are peculiar things. A circle hook's point curves
back toward the shank and its barb is bent to a sharp angle.
It looks a lot like a production line mistake.
Its prominence springs from a study led by Eric D.
Prince of the National Marine Fisheries Service in Miami.
Of 360 Pacific sailfish caught in Guatemalan waters, 85 per-
cent were hooked by circle hooks in a comer of the mouth,
the hooking site least likely to cause fatal harm.
J hooks hooked only 27 percent of the fish that way, and
they stuck 46 percent of the fish in the worst places, the
throat or stomach. Only 2 percent were snagged that deep by
circle hooks. The reason: When a sailfish takes a baitfish, it
swallows the rig whole. When you lighten your line, a circle


hook usually comes back to the mouth easily, but a J hook is
more likely to snag and damage something internal.
The entire report can be viewed online at
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Will this year's change to circle hooks also affect the
standings and make new champions? Not likely, if it's true
that the best rise to the top. Nick Smith, Ray Rosher and
Miss Britt can reasonably be expected to finish high again.
The same goes for Ralph and Eddie Montalvo, whose past
achievements are especially impressive because they are not
professional chartermen.
Rosher makes the point that there are other guys and
boats whose tackle and skills are about as good. He rattles
off an incomplete list: The Dudas family's L & H with
Rick Gunnion and Merle Mulligan fishing, Quinton
Dieterle's boat, Cutting Edge, arid his client Dr. Jack
Kaplan, plus a half-dozen other teams that come directly to
mind. One great day, even one great hour, could put any of
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Joanne Salvadore, who lives off
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some careless person thew it overboard."
Howard Crompton and his wife,
Cindy, of Plantation donated their 18-foot
powerboat to help patrol the New River.
"We did it for the first time last year
and really 'wete'stirprised at how- much
trash we collected, like even tires and pil-
lows," he explained.
SHis wife said the couple looks on it as
a fun event for them and their friends to
use their boat, while also."doing our part
for community service." '
SIn Wilton Manors, a .city completely
surrounded by water, more than 125 vol-
unteers in boats and on land, spent the day
cleaning waterways.


Lisa Raben, who works in the city's
finance department, loaned out her boat
and enlisted the help of some of her chil-
dren and other teens in the cleanup.
"I've done this for several years and it's
been a great way for the kids to get com-
munity service points," said Raben, who
had five teen-agers on her small boat pick-
ing up trash from the water and river banks.


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water. The civic leader helped es
taxing district that helped fund the
Sheridan helped lead success
to avoid industrial development of
front land to create Riverlari Wo
which will be created over the next t
While a newsletter keeps


"You find all sorts of things," she said.
"Last year we found a real gun. Now that
was really strange.'
Colleen Dickinson of Fort Lauderdale.
said the cleanup was her first.
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when I heard about it here, I wanted to
become involved. I get so mad when I see
litter on the water or in the streets, that if I


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establish a The www.LICIA.org web te is put togeth-
cleanup. er by Terry Simonds,,.KylDunn and Gary
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Turtle Foundation, Broward County,
Shooters, JM Family Enterprises, Whole
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District. A post-cleanup 'Trash Bash"
party was held at Shooters Waterfront Cafe.


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This list has been compiled to aid readers in identifying the
necessary resources to successfully navigate Broward County's
vast recreational boating scene. To make suggestions for this
listing, which will run as space permits, please call (954) 524-9450
or email editor@waterfront-news.com
Broward County
Boating Registration: (954) 765-5050.
Department of Natural Resource Protection: 218 SW 1 Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale. (954) 519-1400.
Fishing & Hunting Licenses: (954) 468-3474.
Sheriff's Office Marine Unit: (954) 938-0560.
Water Management Division: (emergency) (954) 765-5124.
State:
Boat Documentation: (800) 799-8362.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida
Marine Patrol: (954) 467-4541, .. .
District 2; Saltwater Resources: (954) 467-4541.
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: (561) 625-5122.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: 620 S.
Meridian St.,:Tallahassee. (850) 488-4676.
Vessel Licensing: (305) 536-6549.
U.S. Coast Guard:
Ft Lauderdale Station: 7000 N.Ocean Dr.,Dania Bch. (954) 927-1611.
City Web Sites:
Dania Beach: http://www.ci.dania-beach.fl.us/
Deerfield Beach: http://ww.deer-fieldbch.com/
Fort Lauderdale: http'//info.ci.ftlaud.fl.us/
Hallandale Beach: http://www.ci.hallan-dale.fl.us/
Hollywood: http://hollywoodfl.org/
Lighthouse Point: http://www.lighthouse-point.com/
Pompano Beach: http://pompanobeach-chamber.com/city.html
Wilton Manors: http://www.wiltonmanors.com
Dania Beach/Hallandale Beach/
Hollywood bridges/misc.
Dania Beach Boulevard: (954) 922-7833.
Hallandale Beach Boulevard: (954) 454-3383.
Hollywood Beach Boulevard: (954) 922-3366.
Sheridan Street: (954) 923-2597.
Hollywood Beach Safety: (954) 921-3423.
.Hollywood City Marina: 700 Polk Street. (954) 921-3035.
Fort Lauderdale:
Beach Conditions: (954) 468-1597.
Beach Patrol (emergency): (954) 468-1596.
Vlarine Operations: (954) 761-5423.
Municipal Dockage listed below:
*Cooley's Landing/Riverwalk: 450 SW 7th Ave. (954) 761-5423.
*New River/Downtown: 2 South New River Dr. East: (954) 761-5423.
*Las OlaszMarina: 240 Las Olas Circle; (954) 759-5200.
Riverwalkinfo: (954) 761-5346.
SFort Lauderdale Bridges:


11th Ave: (954) 761-5437.
17th Street Bridge info: (954) 527-5959.
Andrews Ave: (954) 765-4089.
Commercial Boulevard: (954) 772-3987.
Davie Boulevard: (954) 523-6701.
Las Olas Boulevard: (954) 463-0842.
Oakland Park Boulevard: (954) 566-3711.
Sunrise Boulevard: (954) 564-6986.
Pompano Beach/
Deerfield bridges/
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Atlantic Boulevard: (954) 941-7119.
Hillsboro Boulevard: (954) 428-1090.
Hillsboro Inlet: (954) 943-1847.


Northeast 14th Street Causeway: (954) 942-6909.
Pompano Beach Conditions: (954) 786-4005.
Deerfield Beach and Ocean Conditions: (954) 480-4413.
Professional associations
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Florida Yacht Brokers Association: 1550 SE 17th St., Fort
Lauderdale. (954) 522-9270.
Marina Mile 84 Association: 1315 S. Miami Road, No. F, Fort
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It's best known as the battle site where the Star-Spangled
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Scott Key watched the bombardment from a British warship
anchored in Baltimore's harbor. Seeing the flag withstand the
assault so inspired Key that he penned our nation's anthem.
The Fort McHenry historic monument should be an
ideal landside spot to catch the April 17 finish of Leg 6 of the
32,700 nautical mile 2002 Volvo Ocean Race. The fleet will
be arriving from Miami.
The boats will be docked in Baltimore until April 25
before leaving for Annapolis, Md. where the race fleet will
remain at City Dock from April 26-28, prior to the restart of
the race just north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. It wraps up
June 9 in Kiel, Germany.
Baltimore's Waterfront Festival, April .7-25, takes
place at the city's Inner Harbor in conjunction with the race.
The festival, which attracted more than 400,000 visitors in
1998, is now an annual event. It returns with a wide array of
maritime exhibits, workshops, seafood cooking demonstra-
tions, live music, strolling entertainment, arts events, envi-
ronmental awareness activities and an enticing menu of tasty
food, beer and wine.
Ever since 1600, Baltimore's waterways have been a
passage for ships carrying both commercial cargo and new
citizens., Now dubbed "Charm City," Baltimore projects both
an urban and small-town feel. Historically renovated marble-
stooped row houses surround the harbor, while nearby ethnic
neighborhoods reflect their own character, history and cui-
sine. The city's centerpiece is the Inner Harbor. Gleaming
office buildings and the glass-enclosed pavilions of
Harborplace rise from the water's edge. Forty years in the
making, the renovation of the Inner Harbor cost $200 million
and attracts 4.6 million annual visitors.
Along the harbor's vibrant promenade, tall-masted ships
glide and multi-colored flags snap in the breeze. Dozens of
retail stores, restaurants and attractions line the Inner Harbor,
Pier 6 Concert Pavilion presents a varied selection of music
artists from May through September. The Rusty Scupper is a
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Festival will take place
April 17-25, at the city's
Inner Harbor in
conjunction with the
Volvo Race.


spectacular view of the harbor.
Water taxis transport visitors every 15 minutes between
Inner Harbor, Fells Point and Canton attractions.
The biggest attraction is the National Aquarium. Its
14,000 animals include 600 species of fishes, birds, amphib-.
ians, reptiles and marine mammals that live in recreated habi-
tats from all over the world.
The current big show is called "Seahorse: Beyond
Imagination," where visitors glimpse 18 species and hun-
dreds of enchanting seahorses of all sizes, shapes and colors.
The exhibit transports visitors to locales from the Australian
Bay and a Tasmanian Kelp Bed to the Caribbean Reef and
Chesapeake Bay. Most startling are the Seadragons. These
peculiar creatures have multiple leafy or flowery appendages
that provide excellent camouflage in Australian waters, their.


native habitat.
Hike up to Level 5 and you'll step into the tropical Rain
Forest Here brilliantly colored birds fill the air, poison dart
frogs hop, sloths dangle from a gnarly vine and tamarind
monkeys scamper among thousands of rainforest plants and
jungle habitat all under a towering glass pyramid.
If you enjoy visionary art, stop by the Walters Art
Museum, just a five-minute drive from the Inner Harbor.
Huge glass curtain walls now drop three stories to create a
grand atrium space that serves as a beacon to passersby on
Centre Street.
Since a three year $24 million renovation took place, the
museum now boasts a random-access tour with more than
300 stops and eight hours of recorded narration by notable
community leaders, A collection of nearly 70 Impressionist
art works will be on display through early summer.
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Anglesea Pub: 200 E. McNab Rd., Pompano Beach,
off McNab Cypress Canal, 8 slips, 5-foot draft low tide.
954-781-0407. '
Bahia Cabana: 3001 Harbor Dr., Fort Lauderdale, ICW,
10 slips, takes boats up to 45 feet, 6-foot draft low tide.
954-524-1555.
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400 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood; ICW, 15(-foot:,ock, 6-
foot draft low tide. 954-923-2300.
Bimini Boat Yard: 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale;i
five slips available on canal; takes bodtujp to 62 feet,
15-foot draft. 954-525-7400. "
Bootlegger: 3003 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale,1lCW,
valet boat dockage, 300-foot dock, 3-foot draft low tide,
5-foot draft high tide. 954-563-4337.
California Cafe: Hyatt Regency Pier 66, Fort
Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10-foot draft. 954-728-3572 or
VHF channel 16.
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Pompano Beach; accommodates about 15 boats, raft-
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Jeremiah's Waterfront Grill: 101 North Riverside Dr.,
Pompano Beach, Sands Harbor Marina, boats up to
100', 6-foot low tide. 954-943-7737 or VHF Channel 9
and Channel 16.
Joe's Riverside Grill: 125 Riverside Dr., Pompano
Beach, ICW, boats up to 100', 4-foot draft low tide. 954-
941-2499.
La Tavernetta: 926 NE 20th Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
Middle River, south of Sunrise Blvd.; slips available.
463-2566.
Le Tub: 1100 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW; 150-foot
dock, 5-foot draft low tide. 954-921-9425.
Loggerhead Cafe: 6503 N. Ocean Blvd.,Dania Beach,
space for 100 boats. Fixed Bridge 22' high. 954-923-6711
Marina Bay Bar & Grill: located in Marina Bay, 2175
State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, 60-foot dock, 7-foot
draft. Call 954-791-7600, ext.580 or VHF channel 16.
Marriott Portside Marina: Mariott Hotel, 1881 SE 17th
St., Fort Lauderdale, ICW; 6-foot low tide, up to 65-foot
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1, Monday
April Fool's Day
Commodore's Club of America: last luncheon meeting of the sea-
son, 11:30 a.m. at the Flaming Pit restaurant, 1150 N. Federal
Highway, Pompano Beach. Open to all yacht club commodores, past
commodores and guests. Meetings resume in the fall. 954-941-5674.
2, Tuesday
Safe Boating Course: sponsor hby the Pompano Beach Power
Squadron, 7 p.m., at 3701 NE 18 Terrace, Pompano Beach. 954-
782-7277; on-line: www.usps.org/ocalusps/pompano.
Broward Sierra Club: a lecture on environmental camps for kids,
7:30 p.m. at Fern Forest Nature Center, 201 Lyons Road, Pompano
Beach. 954-370-7089.
3, Wednesday
"SailMail-AirMail: a seminar at 6:30 p.m., at West Marine, 2300
South Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. 954-527-5545.
South Florida Divers: meets 7:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of the
month at Howard Johnson's on State Road A1A between Sheridan
Street and Hollywood Boulevard, in the penthouse, Hollywood.
www.sfdi.com.
Canoe Paddle Instruction for Seniors: for ages 50 and over, 10-
11:30 a.m. at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood. Fee:
$7.25 per person. 954-926-2480.
Broward Women's Republican Club, Federated 11:45 AM
Regalo's, 4215 N. Federal Highway. Speaker: Carlos E. Chardon,
Former Secretary of Education, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Topic: Bush/Brogan 2002: The Road to Victory. Cost: $13. 954-781-
9315 or 954-564-7545.
4, Thursday
Dania Marine Flea Market: through Sunday at Dania Jai Alai
Fronton, Dania Beach. Parking lot opens 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 4 p.m. on
Sunday. Cost: $8 adults; $5 kids over 12. 954-920-7877; on-line:
www.albehrendt.com/dmfm.htm.
Miami Billfish Tournament: through Saturday at Miami Beach
Marina, 300 Alton Road, South Beach. Fee: $175 per angler. 305-
598-2525; on-line: www.igfa.org.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets every Thursday night in
Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-462-4575 for current locations; on-line:
www.sailingsingles.org
Marine Historical Society: meets 7:30 p.m.,1850 Eller Dr., Port
Everglades, Fort Lauderdale. 954-584-4926.
5, Friday
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6, Saturday
Coconut Grove Sailing Club: annual rendezvous to Elliot Key for
overnight camping. 305-444-4571; on-line: www.bbyra.net
Palm Beach Sailing Club: small boat sailing takes place every
Saturday,1 p.m. Open to the general public, 600 N. Flagler Dr., West
Palm Beach. 561-881-0809; on-line: http://pbsail.com.
Gulf Stream Sailing Club: sunfish race. 954-583-3738; on-line:
www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org
Friends of the Deerfield Beach Arboretum: free guided tours of the
arboretum the first Saturday of each month,10 a.m. at Constitution
Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach. 954-480-4494.
Car & Boat Auction: inspection starts at 8 a.m.; sponsored by the
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, 1901 W. Broward Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale. 954-463-3725.
7, Sunday
Daylight Savings Time Begins
National Week of the Ocean: a series of marine activities through
April 13. 954-462-5573; on-line: www.national-week-of-the-
ocean.org.
Volvo Celebrity Challenge: hosted by the Miami Yacht Club. 305-
377-9877; on-line: www.miamiyachtclub.net.
Seven Seas Cruising Association: international group of cruising
sailors meets for breakfast every Sunday at Joe's Diner, 1717
Eisenhower Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-463-2431.
Pan African Jam: Intemational Reggae artists perform from 2- 7
p.m. at Esplanade Park, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts
and the Museum of Discovery and Science, all located on Southwest
Second Street and Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. 954-
828-5813.
Genealogical Society of Broward County: meets 2:30 p.m. in the
community room of the West Regional Library, 8601 W. Broward
Blvd., Plantation. 954-581-3932.
Suntrust Sunday Jazz: along the banks of the New River in Fort
Lauderdale, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free admission. 954-828-4749.
8, Monday
Regional Republican Club: meets 6:15 p.m. at the Landings
Steakhouse (formerly the 94th. Aero Squadron) 5900 NW 24th Way,
Fort'Lauderdale. Topic: Kick-off of the Jeb Bush for Govemor
Campaign. Cost: $ 14. 954-345-1061.
9, Tuesday
"Marine Safety -EPIRB and Life rafts:" a seminar at 7 p.m. at
West Marine north,1201 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale.
954.564.6767
Coastal Navigation Class: sponsored by the U.S.-Coast Guard
Auxiliary at 601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-454-8111.


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evenings, 7:30-9:30 p.m. at T.Y. Park Clubhouse, 3300 N. Park
Road, Hollywood. Cost: $60. 954-989-2276.
Broward Boating Club: meets the second Tuesday of the month
7:30 p.m. at American Legion Post #304, 41 NE 1st Court, Dania
Beach. 954-321-0330 or 316-0236.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: meets at Shooters, 3033 NE 32nd Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale. Dinner, 6:30 p.m. followed by the 8 p.m. meeting.
954-583-3738; on-line www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org
10, Wednesday
Seminar on Splicing Line: takes place 6:30 p.m. at West Marine,
2300 South Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. 954-527-5540
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Wednesday night small boat races, 5:30
p.m. 561-881-0809.
11, Thursday
Friends of the Deerfield Beach Arboretum: a horticultural seminar
7 p.m. at Constitution Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach.
954-480-4494.
Apres Plongee Dive Club: meets the second Thursday of the
month, 7:30 p.m., Lighthouse Dive Center, 2507 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Pompano Beach. 954-782-1100. .
Fort Lauderdale Boat Club: a business meeting takes place the
second Thursday of the month, 8 p.m., at the Wilton Manors
Woman's Club, 600 NE 21 Court, Wilton Manors. 954-942-5499.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets every Thursday night in
Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-462-4575 for current locations or on-line:
www.sailingsingles.org
12, Friday
Environmental Issues Exhibition Opening: through May 2; a
National Week of the Ocean ey nt, 6:30-9:30 p.m. tonight at the
Broward Art Guild, 530 NE 13t' St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-523-4824;
on-line: www.browardartguild.org
Miami Yacht Club: meetings held the second Friday of the month, 8
p.m., 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877.
Singles Boating Club of the Palm Beaches: meets the second and
fourth Friday of the month, 6:30 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel, Palm
Beach Gardens. 561-627-3293; on-line:
www.gopbi.com/community/grbups/boating club.
Friends of the Deerfield Beach Arboretum: free guided tours of the
arboretum every Friday, 10 a.m., and the first Saturday of each
month,10 a.m. at Constitution Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield
Beach. 954-480-4494.
Hollywood Nights: live music and entertainment 6-10 p.m. in down-
town Hollywood. 954-921-3404.
13, Saturday
"Ladies, Let's Go Fishing!" a two-day seminar in Fort Myers. 954-
475-9068; on-line: www.ladiesletsgofishing.com.
National Women's Sailing Association: hosting a women only flotil-
la in Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Cost: $1,895 to $2,295. 800-
566-6972; on-line: www.womensailing.org.
Memorial to Ozzie Brown: native music, festivities and the unveiling
of a memorial plaque at 5 p.m. at the Compleat Angler Hotel, Bimini,
Bahamas. 954-779-7660.
Gulf Stream Sailing Club: sunfish race at 10 a.m. 954-583-3738;
on-line: www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org
Intracoastal History Tour: for all ages, by boat and foot, 2-4 p.m. at
Deerfield Island Park, 1720 Deerfield Island Park, Deerfield Beach.
$2. 954-360-1320.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: small boat sailing takes place every
Saturday at 1 p.m. Open to the general public, 600 N. Flagler Dr.,
West Palm Beach. 561-881-0809; or on-line: http://pbsail.com
14 Sunday
Volvo Round the World Challenge: start of the race's Miami to
Baltimore leg. 305-667-7145.
Kayak Classes and Demos: sponsored by the Atlantic Coast Kayak
Company, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; includes introduction, advanced paddling
skills, at the C-14 Canal, 1869 S. Dixie Highway, Pompano Beach.


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Cost: $5 per person suggested donation to benefit the Nature
Conservancy. 954-781-0073.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: spring offshore race at 11 a.m. 561-
881-0809.
Hispanicfest 2002: Latin food, arts and crafts 12-7 p.m. at Young
Circle Park, at U.S. 1 and Hollywood Boulevard. 954-964-8884.
15, Monday
Environmental Boat Tours: for all ages, every day, 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the Anne Kohl Nature Center at West Lake Park, 751
Sheridan St., Hollywood; $8 for adults. 954-926-2480.
16, Tuesday
Palm Beach Sailing Club: a general meeting at 6:30 p.m. 561-
881-0809.
17, Wednesday
The Latest on Varnish, Bottom Paint and Enamels:" a seminar at
6:30 p.m. at West Marine, 2300 South Federal Highway, Fort
Lauderdale. 954-527-5540
Barta Blue Marlin Classic: through Saturday in Walkers Cay,
Bahamas. Entry fee: $500. 954-927-2628 or 631-728-7375; on-line:
www.igfa.org.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Wednesday night small boat races, 5:30


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18, Thursday
Boat Painting Seminar: starts 7pm. At West Marine North, 1201 N.
Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale. 954.564.6767
Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: meets 7:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Point
Yacht and Racquet Club, 2701 NE 42nd St., Ughthouse Point. 954-
481-9919.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: Meets every Thursday night in
Fort Lauderdale. Call 954- 462-4575 for current locations or on-line:
www.sailingsingles.org
Eastern Shores Aventura Yacht Club: meets the third Thursday of
the month, 7:30 p.m. at various locations in Miami-Dade and
Broward counties. 954-454-8111 or 305-937-1239.
Audubon Society of Broward County: monthly meeting, 7:30-9:30
p.m. at the Anne Kohl Nature Center at West Lake Park, 751
Sheridan St., Hollywood. 954-926-2480.


19, Friday
SSingles Boating Club of the Palm Beaches: meets every second
and fourth Friday at the Doubletree Hotel, Palm Beach Gardens.
561-627-3293; on-line: www.gopbi.com/community/groups/boating-
club
20, Saturday
Boating Safety One ay Class: sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-454-8111 or 954-463-0034.
Gulf Stream Sailing Club: Sunfish spring race. 954-583-3738; on-
line: www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org.
Miami-Key Largo Race: hosted by the Miami Yacht Club; from
Miami to a finish at Jewfish Creek in Key Largo. Open to all classes
over 14.' 305-377-9877.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: small boat sailing takes place every
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Saturday at 1 p.m. Open to the general public, 600
N. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach. 561-881-0809; or
on-line: http//pbsail.com.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: USSA instructor certifi-
cation courses; takes place all day. $295 for the full
session. 561-881-0809.
21, Sunday
The Mutual/Mount Gay International
Tournament: through Thursday in Barbados, W.I.
246-420-2617 or 954-927-2628.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: ocean couple's race at
11 a.m. 954-583-3738; on-line: www.gulfstream-
sailingclub.org.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: USSA instructor certifi-
cation courses; takes place all day. $295 for the full
session. 561-881-0809.
Shakespeare's "Othello:" 2 p.m. at Young Circle
Amphitheater, on U.S. 1 and Hollywood Boulevard,
Hollywood. Free. 954-921-3274.
Hollywood Historical Society Home Tour: a tour
1-4 p.m. of seven historical homes. A bus shuttle
meets at the Hollywood Central Performing Arts
Center, 1770 Monroe St., Hollywood. 954-923-4343.
22, Monday
Music & Dancing Under the Stars: easy listening
to live music, 7:30-9 p.m., every
Monday/Wednesday at the Hollywood Beach
Theater, on the Broadwalk at Johnson Street off
State Road A1A, Hollywood. 954-921-3404.
23, Tuesday
"Shipboard Email Systems for Cruisers:" a
seminar at 7 p.m. at West Marine North, 1201 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. 954-564.6767.
24, Wednesday
Cruising the Western Caribbean:" a seminar at
6:30 p.m., at West Marine, 2300 South Federal
Highway, Fort Lauderdale.954-527-5540
Venture Sailing Club of South Florida: meetings
held the last Wednesday of the month, 7:30 p.m. at
the Miami Yacht Club on Watson Island. 305-860-
8250 or 954-340-4791; op-line:
www.geocities.com/thetropics/resort/6678
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Wednesday night
small boat races, 5:30 p.m. 561-881-0809.
Expo Alfresco: samplings from 40 downtown
Hollywood restaurants, 5-8:30 p.m. on Harrison
Street, east of Dixie Highway, Hollywood. $15 at
gate. 954-923-4000.
South Florida Paddlers: meets the last
Wednesday of the month, 7:30 p.m. at Bass Pro
Shop, 300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. 954-
328-5231; on-line: www.fullmoonkayak.com.


dar 25, Thursday
ar Seafood Contest/Sampling: 6-8 p.m.; food, arts
and crafts and school projects by Broward County
students, at the Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum,
800 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. 954-462-5573.


26, Friday
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival: through
Sunday; from 5-10 p.m. tonight along State Road
A1A and Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach.
Admission: $7 adults; kids free. 954-570-7785.
School Marine Fair: Broward County school pro-
ject fair, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Fishing Hall of
Fame & Museum, 800 Gulf Stream Way, Dania
Beach. $4.99 adults; $3.99 children. 954-462-5573.
27, Saturday
Sunburn Regatta: hosted by the Biscayne Bay
Yacht Club; for one design classes. 305-858-6303.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: ocean coastal race
starts 9 a.m. 954-583-3738; on-line: www.gulf-
streamsailingclub.org.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: Race from Hillsboro to
Pompano Beach. 561-881--0809.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: USSA instructor certifi-
cation courses; takes place all day. $295 for the full
session. 561-881-0809.
28, Sunday
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival: through
Sunday; from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. along State Road
A1A and Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach.
Admission: $7 adults; kids free. 954-570-7785.
Palm Beach Sailing Club: USSA instructor certifi-
cation courses; takes place all day. $295 for the full
session. 561-881-0809.
29, Monday
McDonald's Fleet Week: the nuclear-powered air-
craft carrier, the USS Hany S. Truman, and
several other military ships will dock at Port
Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, through May 5.
Public events scheduled including the All Hands on
Deck Opening party at Las Olas Riverfront, Fort
Lauderdale, 6-9 p.m. 954-527-5600, extension 4;
on-line: www.airseashow.com.
Boating Skills and Seamanship Session: spon-
sored by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 7:30-9:30
p.m. at the Boynton Beach Boat Club Park, 2020
N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach. $40. 561-
738-7454.
30, Tuesday
Sailor of the Year Golf Tournament: at the Fort
Lauderdale Golf & Country Club, 7: 30 a.m. to 2
p.m. 954-467-3555; on-line:
www.nationalsalute.com
Rolex/IGFA Offshore Championship Circuit: an
international fishing competition in Cancun, Mexico
through May 5. 813-689-2496 or 954-927-2628.


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Lauderdale, 33316) to the Waterfront News by the 15th of the month for events taking place the follow-
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keep seabird station afloat
seven or eight years, she guesses, not caring
about time or pay. Some day, Kelton says,
she will replace him as chief.
The station has about 25 volunteers,
equivalent to two fulltime workers. One of
the 25 is Fox's son Brian, who created the
website where the station promotes its
work, invites visitors and keeps -score -
6,194 seabirds as of March 13, the last time
it was updated.
More volunteers are needed, but before
anyone hurries to enlist, Kelton insists they
visit and take a thorough look around.
Some people might decide a donation is a
better idea.
Indeed, says Kelton, that's a wonderful
idea any time.
Photo/ARNOLD MARKOWITZ If they could speak, the birds probably
Most of the patients are pelicans, but would say so themselves. If they had a spo-
there usually are cormorants, gulls, terns ken language, it's likely the Keltons and
and other birds in the recovery pens and Foxes would have learned it by now. Even
hanging out all around Pelican Harbor. without words, they usually know what the
birds are trying to say:
"We're hurt. We're hungry. Mayday,
birds walking around. A typical day's peli- mayday!"
can population is about 82 birds, and each And, it's pleasant to imagine, one more
eats about two pounds of fish a day, Kelton thing: "Thank you."


calculates. That's a daily average of 164
pounds, but-consumption averages about
200 pounds. The difference is consumed by
non-pelican patients and by freeloaders.
'We try to feed the needy and stiff the
greedy," says Kelton. "They know exactly
what time we feed, at 6 am. and 4:30 p.m.,
and they know Mike Gordon's (a seafood
restaurant less than a mile away) feeds
before we do, about 1 p.m."
All the Seabird Station's money to buy
fish and pay other expenses comes from
donations. There's a paid staff of two -
Harry Kelton and Wendy Fox. Kelton says
they earn $5.25 an hour. Fox isn't sure how
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There are 25 cleanup locations, from
Oleta River State Recreation Area and
Haulover Beach Park on the north end to
Homestead Bayfront Park and Biscayne
National Park at the south end.
The cleanup is an intensive project,
with volunteers aiming for a noon deadline.
Then the celebration begins in Jose Marti
Park, a Miami River location at 351 SW
Fourth.St. There will be live music, upriver.
boat tours, re-enactments of history and
other fun until 6 pm. Better drive there,
because there's no room t dock
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rewards but souvenir T-shirts (bring your


Sown hat, sunscreen and snacks, shoes' and
clothes you can stand to soil, and don't for-
get throwaway gloves) the annual cleanup is
mighty popular so popular that volunteers
are asked to register in advance no later than
Friday, April 12.
Do this by visiting the Baynanza web-
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nanza, or by phoning 305-372-6474.
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There's more than crabsin'Charm City'


Point neighborhood. Established
shipyards produced scores of
vessels, and tall ships sailed in
Baltimore's original deep-water i
Fells Point retains its colon
ambiance with a bohemian chain
at antique shops, boutiques, some
pubs and diverse restaurants.
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sance is the Admiral Fell Inn.
where the inn sits still has t
Belgium block (a precut stone th
smoother than cobblestone). Th
inn now comprises eight inter-con
toric buildings that total 80 guest
orated in Federal period colors.
H1amilton's, the inn's awa
restaurant, is an intimate Englisi
with striking stonewalls that offer
mate dining experience featu
seafood specialties and traditional
in new American cuisine style.
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find one of the neighborhood's
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chant exchange, the local duo Ed and Frank
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comercial circle of percussive instruments wowed a
and out of boisterous crowd St. Patty's Day Eve. Two
ort. Today, blocks away facing the waterfront is Cat's
ial village Eye, a funky nautical tavern and spirited
Noticeable live music venue that's been voted "Best
times salty Bar" in Fells Point annually since 1997 by
the City Paper. Saturday afternoon live
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lat is much Fells Point gets glowing reviews for its
e 1780-era steamed, :spicy crabs.at its brown-papered
nected his- tables. Phillip's and the Rusty Scupper has
rooms dec- renowned crab cakes at the Inner Harbor, but
our favorite spot is the Cross Street Market in
rd-winning Federal Hill. Locatedjust a few blocks up the
h-style pub hill from Maryland Science Center, it's the
ers an inti- city's best farmer's market, hands down. Off
ring local the beaten track, the market envelops a full
al favorites city block. Pull up a stool at the seafood
counters and order up a plump, broiled, 7-
reet, you'll oz., jumbo-lump crab cake ($10.95) and a
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GALVANIZING- private person needs other
boaters w/ anchors to meet minimum batch
requirements for galvanizing. 954-661-2877
TRADITIONAL
MARBLE POLISHING
"Wedothe smalljobsthatmake a bigdifferencer
Owner: JEFF R. PELEHOWSKi
Home Phone: 954-523-0789 900 NE 14 St, Suite 8
Cell Phone: 954-410-0838 Ft. Laud., FL 33304


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COMPLETE YACHTING SERVICES
Complete Underveter Replacements
Zincs, Props, Stabilizers, Shafts, Rudders, Bow Thrusters
SUndewater Hull Cleaning Boat Interior Detailing
Underwater Inspections Exterior Boat Cleaning
Private Scuba Instruction Engine Room Cleaning
"We are local with competitive prices"
PHONE: 786-200-8816 (Miami)
Certified, Licensed& Insured




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should not be based solely upon advertisements.
MARK ERCOLIN- Board Certified in
Admiralty & Maritime Law by the Florida Bar
901 SE 17 ST Suite Z10, Ft Laud., FL 33316
(954)792-5425321-:9157*Fax: 462-0272
MARITIME INJURY LAW- Admiralty Criminal
Defense Personal Injury Civil Disputes.
A-A-A Attorney Referral Service, Inc.'
24-hours, 100's of lawyers statewide.
1-800-733-5342 Se habla espanol



ECHigera air
conditioning. Rich Beers Marine sales,
service, parts. All makes. 954-764-6192.
MARINE A/C & REFRIG- Sales*ServiceeParts
Excellent Rates for our new customers,
Special Discounts on vessels @ 70' & under.
S1-95 4-683-8112
NEPTUNE AIR CORP Sales, Service &
Installation- All Brands 2945 SR 84, #A-4
Ft Laud., FL 33312 Call 954-792-6550


Svachft Air
Marine A/C& Refrigeration
Watermakers
Standard or CustomiBuilt for your application 0
Sales Service Installation
(954) 527-4944 (954) 253-92450





SFLEETBOSS
Global Positioning & Monitoring Systems
Monitor your yacht fr' ii your hbme or office
Check on: Location, Security, Bilge water level,Battery condition,
Temperature, Engine on/off, Refrigeration, etc.
Cal Landau Inc Authorized FLEETBOSS dealer
2303 W McNab RD, #1, Pompano Bch, FL 33069
l954-979-5151 cal.landau@fleetboss.com


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 (954) 921-5486
THE CANVAS MAN Dockside Service
All Marine Canvas Work 954-785-8677
BIMINI TOPSENCLOSURES*UPHOLSTERY*HEADLINERS
15 yrs Exp 954-722-6478
Expert Canvas & Upholstery Work
Fast Service. Call Tony 954-797-9741.





Quality Carpet Cleaning, Inc.
Any 40'-50' Motor Yacht
$17500 Complete

18 Years of Experience
Owned/Operator

50'-60' $20000 Complete

954-463-1469




GLENN'S BOAT CLEANING SERVICE- custom
wash & wax, teak cleaning & oiling,
varnishing. Weekly & bi-monthly service. Call.
954-781-6861
YACHT POLISHING"-- We can polish your hull
& clean your waterline. In-water service at
your dock. Call Gilly Miller 954-923-8391
or 629-3620 (mobile). Licensed.
COMPOUNDING & WAXING, complete yacht
detailing, interior & exterior.
Call Neatfleet (954) 557-7274.
Corinne's Marine Service- BOAT CLEANING
Teak Metal Wax Interior/Exterior
20 years exp. Lic. & Ins. 954-340-1134
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR CLEANING
Complete Yacht Detailing.
Call the Experts the Professionals call!
Neatfeet Yacht Detailing, Inc.

954-557-7274
BOAT POLISHING
Detergent-resistant mirror finish with UV Blocker
Professional High Speed Industrial Marine Polishing
Waxing Compounding Wet Sanding
Call (954) 270-8876 Licensed & Insured
In-Water Hull Polishing
Large Motor Yachts Sailboats Small Boats


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COMPASS GAUGES
Compass adjusting & Repairs. Gauges, Sales
& Repairs. S&W-VDO. (954) 522-4885





Stocker Thadit, nc.
Redefines the meaning of Quality Yacht Service
YACHT DELIVERIES
Licensed (954) 581-5700 Insured
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AMERICAN YACHTSMAN'S
ASSOCIATION
(founded 1963)- Professional Captains &
Crews to safely deliver your yacht -
Experienced all waters 1515 SE 17 ST Cswy,
P.O. Box #460126, Fort Laud., FL 33346
(954) 540-5700 americanyachts@aol.com

Yacht Builders Brokers Buyers
SDO YOU NEED YOUR BOAT MOVED
I (NORTH-SOUTH-EAST-WEST)?
Call (352) 207-3369 or (352)854-2494 I
VOICE MAIL ON BOTH NUMBERS
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In-Water Hull Polishing from our float.
Compounding & Waxing, Washing, Interior & Exterior.
Neatfleet Yacht Detailing. Inc. 954-557-7274
WASH, COMPOUNDING, WAXING & BUFFING
BOTTOM CLEANING & PAINTING
www.suprememarine.com 954-792-3431
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In water hull polishing, complete yacht
detailing interior and exterior.
Call the experts the professionals use
Neatfleet Yacht Detailing, Inc.
(954) 557-7274

J&R AUTO & MARINE DETAILING
Wkly/Mnthly appts. Washing, Buffing
Polishing, Waxing
We come to you: office, home, boat & car
Licensed & Insured
SCall Jamie @
(954) 801-2839
YACHT DETAILING
Detergent-resistant mirror finish with UV Blbcker
Professional High Speed Industrial Marine Polishing
Waxing Compounding Wet Sanding
Call (954) 270-8876 Licensed & Insured
In-Water Hull Polishing
Large Motor Yachts Sailboats Small Boats




UNDERWATER DETAILING
Bottom & Running Gear Inspections Cleaning
& Zinc Replacement
Competitive Rates Same Day Service.
Pager: 954-223-4002...........954-763-7812
DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props*Shafts*Zincs* Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service available
Complete underwater maintenance
Phone: (954) 964-0064
MRS G DIVING Monthly Hull Maintenance &
Commercial Diving Services. We accept Visa/
MasterCard. Call (954) 964-4804.
DR. ZINCs Hull Maintenance. Monthly
maintenance, commercial diving. Visa & MC
accepted. 561-789-8428 305-522-3553


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Small portable AIR COMPRESSOR units, new &
used, to fill SCUBA tanks also store size
units. Complete line of supplies, filters, oils,
fill whips & fittings.
Compressed Air Supplies 954-929-4462 M-F
Meet or Beat Any Price
As low as $0.75/foot


T & L Underwater Boat Services
Haul Cleaning Zincs
Shafts, Props Retrieval
Rudders Recovery
Licensed Tony Fernandez
& Insured Diver Broward: (954) 887-3559
15 yrs Experience Dade: (786) 641-0124




AMERICAN AUTO/MARINE WIRING. No job too
big or small. Troubleshooting, repairs,
electronics installation & complete rewiring
our speciality. $60/hr. (954)782-0193 Philip
DOUG's MARINE ELECTRIC
Dockside Service, Troubleshooting, Repairs,
Rewiring & Euro Conversions 954-563-1214
A&A MARINE ELECTRIC SERVICE-
Diagnostic troubleshooting, Repairs & Replace-
ment, A/C & D/C Wiring. 954-415-9632
ATYOUR HOME OR DOCK


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MARINE ELECTRIC
Sales & Servic
FITTINGS SHORE CORDS AUGES LIGHTING
BATTERIES PANELS SWITCHES CHARGERS
WINCHES DAVITS PUMPS AC-OC WIRING
JACK MCCARROLL" (954) 785-0245
In Business since 1976 FT. LAUDERALE FLA 33312





Jim's Little Boat Shop
Fiberglass & Gelcoat Repairs
*Complete re-gelcoating & AwlGrip Painting *Complete restoration of:
Boston Whaler, Bertram & Seacraft
Dockside Services & Shop: SR 84, FtL
954-465-3904
305-431 -7633

GLASS WORKS
A Complete Fiber-Glass Service
Structural Cosmetic
Foam Colors Matched
Custom Fab Blister Repair
35 Years Experience
SAt Your Service
CARLOS
Cell: 954-270-4205
Beep: 954-231-7454 Fax: 954-472-3782




SEA SAFETY INSTITUTE- boat handling
& marine electronics. Call 954-524-5228.
New to Boating? Need Confidence?
Marine Mentors
PnR te HandOn In Lrctiorn aboard your wsiel
Captain Lanny Dixon (954) 792-2169
U.S.C.G. Licensed Master (954) 980-2919
25 years ol local experience Chet out t e mary ofter
Member: FI Laud. Boal Club sefnices Ie oer ar
Member Women Aboard ww.madnementors.com




3M VINYL BOAT LETTERING- 7-yr guar. 1 0%
off w/this ad. Computerized Lettering,
535 S. Flagler AV, Pompano 954-782-2267



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CINALTA CORP.
PRECISION MACHINE SHOP
We cater to your refit needs
manufacturing and design services
available for custom fit boat parts

Phone: 954-420-0191
Fax: 954-420-0192
1625 SW 1st Way #C16, Deerfield Beach
Convenient location just off ofDixie Hvy

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Design + Manufacture Marine Equipment Repairs

6th AVENUE
machine
shop
954-309-5492
4240 N.E. 6t Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 Welding





MARINE CAD DRAFTING
Help as you need it for that small job, or
an extra hand to get a larger project
out on time.
Leaveame5ssae forCADat (954) 524-9450



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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
*New Construction Docks
Inspection Reports Pilings
Custom Wood Decks Seawall Construction
Landscaping Seawall Repairs
Cer. of Competency 1-635 Bob Cooper, President
Licensed & Insured 954-587-2628
- 3500 Field Road, Fort Lauderdale ------




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Systems Design & Inslallation
Refits, Extensions, Repowers
New Construction.* Project Management
ic. & Ins. 24 hr. Dockside Service
Cell: (954) 328-9627
Off (954) 680-7171 Pgr: (954) 269-4435 Dan effa





CAP'N VOYAGER navigation program
includes charts, ChesDelBay, NLFK-Jax,
FLeast, FLKeys, FLwest, Bahamas. Manuals
GPS cable. $2000 invested. First $195.
Phone: (919) 522-7857
E-mail: 9195227857@mobile.att.net




DIESEL.SPECIALIST- we specialize in
repairs & rebuilds of diesel engines, also
plumbing, running gear & mechanical
repairs & installations.
Call Solomon at SA Marine (954) 536-5336
HARLEY's MOBILE MARINE
Outboard Stern Drive Repairs
Fast Dependable Service 954-913-0147
SOS Mobile Marine- boat repairs
Inboards/Outboards/Personal Watercraft
Call 954-441-5085 954-223-3627.

Performance Gas Inboard ONLY
Services 4
Complete Dockside Service
"Anything in the bilge"
Specializing in hi-performance
Service Repair Maintenance *


954-562-1553 cell
954-497-6223 pager


- Ted Gerstenslager
boatwrenchfla@aol.com


DieselGus @aol.com
et561-274-3088 F,561-274-4698
Troubleshoot & Repair Dockside Service
Marine Diesel Engine Time-up Specialist
Preventive Maintenance Engine Surveys
Serving Broward & Palm Beach

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Kenneth C. Pires
President

Avalon Aviation & Marine, Inc.
4631 NW 31 AV Suite 183 Ft Lauderdale, FL 33309
Manufacturer's Representatives &
Specialty Metal Sales & Consulting
for the Marine & Aviation Industries
954-735-2259-voice fax-954-735-2822
avalonaviation@ix.netcom.com




PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES- interior/exterior,
professional photography, very reasonable
rates. Tel: 954-525-3557




PLAS-TECH COATINGS- professionally applied
custom marine & powder coatings 561-848-1288
High Seas. Yacht Refinishing- specializing in
BRUSH PAINTING AwlGrip Sterling*lnterlux &
varnishing. Fiberglass & gel coat repair.
Dockside or marina service. Environmentally
friendly "Get the best for less!"
Call Blake @ (954) 257-9896.

Stocker Yacht, Inc.
Redefines the meaning of Quality Yacht Service
YACHT REFINISHING
AwlGrip. Sterling and vanish specialists
Licensed (954) 581 5700 Insured


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MARINE SURVEYOR & CONSULTANT- Pre-
purchase & insurance, sail & power. French
Spoken. Wm. Seager. Tel 527-0870.
MARINE SURVEYORS- buyers & insurance.
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe & Jon Howe @ 954-792-6092.
RHODES MARINE SURVEYORS &
CONSULTANTS Inc. Mark Rhodes & Mike
Rhodes. Buyers, insurance & evaluation.
Power & sail.
Call 946-6779 or 946-6671.
PROFESSIONAL MARINE SURVEYS, Inc. Pre-
purchase, ins. & financial. Dick Williamson
AMS/SAMS. 561-272-1053-800-329-1053
INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL SURVEYS
Report same or next day. BOAT-US apprvd.
Darrell Brizendine.AMS/SAMS 954-524-8661
DAVID PRICE, INC- Marine Surveyors, ALL
type surveys- power & sail. 954-463-6946
STETLER MARINE SURVEYS- any boat, all types
of surveys, done fast. Toll Free 1-866-877-5967
SOUTH FLORIDA MARINE
SURVEYORS, INC.
BUYERS, INSURANCE & VALUATION, DAMAGE
CLAIM SPECIALIST & CONSULTANTS. AMS./SAMS
(954) 975-5149 OFFICE, (954) 270-8005 MOBILE

01- STEPHEN J. KLAITY




ALL MARINE HEADLINERS call: Anthony's
Upholstery 954-805-6144




NAUTIC MARINE.WELDING- Stainless & Alum.
Fabrication. (954) 563-9932 or 583-1042.




WOOD FLOORING FOR YOUR YACHT. We can
match any hardwood floor. Large inventory.
Open 6 days. ENDURACOLOR HARDWOOD
FLOORING. -1942 Tigertail Blvd, Danja
Call 922-9663.

Stoci.er Yackit, inc.
Redefines the meaning of Quality Yacht Service
YACHT CARPENTRY
Licensed (954) 581-5700 Insured




Pine Yacht Carpentry
Teak decks and repairs
Custom cabinetry
Mica and Plexiglass work
Highest quality
Competitive prices
Ship Sha Marine
Call Gordon........... 954-791-5657
Beeper bpr: 690-2727
fax: 791-5633)

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GENERAL hARdwoods
&Mil[WORkE


VG TEAK DECITNG/
S 2.25 / LE"

2619 SW 2 AVE, Ft Lauderdale
Between Lester's Diner & Lewis Marine
(954) 463-2577


Yacht Carpentty
Fine Custom Woodworking, Re-fit specialist. Shlpwrights and
repair of Yacht Systems. Custom Furniture
(954) 797-6277

Fred "The Old Carpenter"
Many Years experience
in Restoration
Rebuild & Repair of classic wood Runabouts
Call Fred: 954-581-0888





NauticalLeather@aol.com
mr 561-274-3088 ,, 561-274-4698
Traditional hand-made leather goods
Personalized Gifts Custom-tooled
Book Covers Ship's Wheel Covers Belts Cases
Common & Exotic Hides





SMOOTH SAILING MARINE SERVICE
Motor Vessel Management
Captains for Hire Power or Sail
Capt. Rich Murray 954-325-8191
C.E. Vincent Atwood 954-263-7180


rKIt-c UKIc .L.N lv MIP r.I ocnO l.i
Rust & Mildew Removal: Docks, Decks, Patios
& More. Roof Painting, Tree Trimming &
Hauling. Since 1979. 954-792-2472
MARLY's CLEANING SERVICE
House Apartment Boat 954-849-6054
HONEY-DO SERVICES- All general repairs one
call does it all please call with ?? Joesph
Zenchak, Head Honey 954-415-8023


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MARINE TRAVELIFT HELPER/FORKTRUCK'
OPERATOR for Busy Boatyard. Must have
Boatyard Exp., Pay Based on Exp. Full Time,
Mon-Fri, Apply in Person: 1st Performance
Marina 1900 SE 15th St.. Fort Lauderdale. FL


YACHT DETAILERS- must be legal & have trans-
portation. Good pay & benefits. 954-587-3904
Part-time secretary/bookkeeper for home-
based office in SW Lauderdale. 5 days per
week 2-4 hours per day to start. More hours
available for person with QBPro experience.
Call or fax 954-587-3904.,
CAPT wanted for education boating program,
must enjoy working w/youth, 3-4 one-day
outings per month. Call 954-561-7004.

HELP WANTED
REFRIGERATION I AC field technician for
installation/service. Fultime yr-round post.
Good Pay Vacation Medical Insurance
Will consider skilled marine workers.
Rich Beers Marine, Inc. (954) 764-6192

MARINE DIESEL MECHANICS
Full Service Yard (POWER 25'-125') Seeking
Qualified Techs w/ Engine Certifications in one of
the Following: D.D.. CAT., MAN, MTU, Cummins,
John Deer or ONAN. Min. 5 YRS. Experience w/
Tools & Driver's License. Some Travel Required.
Excellent pay w/ Benefits; Medical, Dental, 401K,
Bonus, Uniforms, Pd Vacations. Established (25yrs)
Growing Company.
See UsAt: www.cablemarine.com
Contact: Cable MIarine, Phil or Tom,
1517 SE 16 ST. Ft Lauderdale, FL 33316
Tel.: (954) 462-2822 1-800-348-3235
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BOAT BOTTOM CLEANER- FT. Vehicle
provided must be certified diver with commer-
cial experience. Fax resume to 561-395-1861
OUTBOARDTECHNICIAN
Seeking an experienced mechanic for a very busy
Yamaha, Mercury, Evinrude/Johnson dealership.
Join our team of professionals today. Visit us at
www.lauderdalemarina.com or call Sherry at
Lauderdale Marina: 954-523-8507

FACTORY SALES REP needed. Marine
electronics manufacturing firm needs a rep
to sell state of the art monitoring & control
systems. Earn additional income & gain
valuable expertise in this important
shipboard science. 9 54/254- 6 3 7 0




FOR SALE: Marine Canvas & Upholstery
business in Miami. Established, successful unlimited
opportunity for right person. 305-858-7379
MECHANIC NEEDED- Own your own busi-
ness... Marine Service/Parts nets $230K
Call K Sydor @ Southeast Business Partners
954-229-5000 FBBA
VENDORS NEEDED: 24th Annual Dania Marine
Flea Market. April 4-7. Call 954-920-7877
EXHIBTORS WANTED: South Florida Boat Show,
Jun 14-17, Miami Bch Conv Ctr. 954-946-6164
Turnkey Money Maker- 1990 DUSKY 17'
w/trailer, 1999 Dive compressor with two 100' hoses
harnesses & full face (less than 30 hrs).
1999 Bottom Scrubber / prop polisher (less than 10 hrs).
All garage-kept excellent condition!
Run your own Business; or, will separate.
954-857-8110

OWN A NAVY WHALER?
Why not put it to work earning it's keep.
Round about charter it as a water taxi &
tour boat locally. Or, become an owner/
operator in our small fleet.
Call 9 54- 6 4 8-63 23 for an appointment.

Partnerfor fishing & diving charter
business 40 Luhrs Convertible located by
Lighthouse Pt Marina seeking Captain for
partnership in developing charterbusiness.
No investment required. This is a great
opportunity for an honest & reliable person.
Must know how to fish.
Fax resume to 954-334-1001




PROFESSIONAL CHEF for charters, any size
vessel. Home svc also avail. 30+yrs exp. Call
Stan 954-249-4434 mobilechefl@aol.com



42' well equipped ketch sailing to New
England leaving early May, ISO 2 exp sailors.
Help owner/skipper with traveling experience.
Call 954-647-1216.



I'm not independently wealthy but I would
like to have FUN IN THE SUN or maybe I
could be your Mate. I am 42 non-smoker,
full-figured. Monica 954-977-9057
1 ST MATE WANTED- male skipper w/42'
ketch ISO female sailor. Cruise New England.
Call (954) 647-1216.
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Where: Anchorage Marina Baltimore
What: September 10, 11, & 12
Free seminars, boat inspections, USCG fire
extinguisher re-certification, door prizes, &
discounted slips during event. For details
E-mail Bob Peters aboard Island Way at
robertp727@aol.com
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Presentation of a Memorial
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WOODEN MODEL Ships, Boats, Knot Boards,
Shadow Boxes. Reasonable prices. 954-426-3626
www.miniaturedreammodels.com

TRADER JOHN's
Paperback Book & Record Exchange
BUY SELL TRADE
See our large MARITIME Section of NAUTICAL BOOKS
1907 Hollywood Blvd. 954-922-2466

FIBERGLASS PANELS
various sizes from $5 per square foot
We also rebuild hatches with advanced material
& repair hulls.
Call Tom's Fiberglass @ 954-984-0510

Bikes, Treadmills, Ellipticals
*FITNESS BLOWOUT*
SAVE,$$$ NOW
Warranties, Delivery
www.fitnessgear41ess.com/2463363
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CUSTOM BEDDING & ACCESSORIES


SOOTHE ORE A YACTEST
COMFORT ON YOUR YACHT.


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PHONE/FAX: (954) 974-0836
E-nrail: Bedmatesl@aol.com

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TRANSOM LIFTS- revolutionary new design fits
boats 40'+. P: 954-779-1164*F: 832-9946


2511 NW 16 ane, Pompano Beach, FL 33064 (954) 975-8288, Fa:(954) 9758250
http://www.wellsmarine.com E-mail: radrarch@gate.net




FURUNO Radar 1761 36-mi open array $1500
TRIMBLE Nay Graphic II GPS/Plotter $500
ICON M80 VHF $100
FURUNO 261 Video Sounder $1000
or BEST OFFERS!!!
Evenings 561-620-9482




New surplus/used/Rebuilt Mar.Pkg. Most
units from South Fla. Yacht repowers. Will
Buy or Consign any Engines/Trans. Contact:
John Rubano/Gold Coast Power Inc.
(305)652-7007 Fla Watts (800)325-7007
(954)523-7007 The Yacht Re-Power SDecialist"
LEHMAN/FORD Marine Diesel Parts and Expert
Service & Repair, new & remanufactured Engines
and Generators since 1954. BOMAC MARINE
954-766-2625 Fax: 766-2627
Buy any YAMAHA O/B motor at true
wholesale prices, no gimmicks. Visit our web
site www.boats.net or call 1-877-41-BOATS
*CAT 3196E 1999 660hp 50 hrs call
*CUMMINS 903 VTA 450hp StrngakeOut $5000
*-Ef---e5-3- 4ee ettmlb t--$-55i "--
*DET 4-71 Good Run Tke OutKeelCooled $3000
.-Trwc~-BEf--6f3 M' epaT---$7eS OO -
*Two 555 CUMMINS &-Gears $6500
Others & Transmissions Avl @ Yacht Fitters, 111 SW 23 ST #J, FtL
See us at Dania Flea Mkt -14-16*Ph & Fax 9 5 4- 4 6 3 -3 8 71




5kw air-cooled Diesel New .S2000
8kwOnan Low hours TakeOut S2600
8kw Westcrbckc+mewts-Tokc Out S2800
12kw Northern Ligots Rebuilt S4500
Two 75kw John Deer/N. Lts @ S5000
6.5kw Gas Onan 51500
Others & Used Marine Gear @ Yacht Fitters, 111 SW 23 ST #J, FtL
See us at Dania Flea Mkt G-14-16Ph& Fax 954-463-3871
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Generators continued
PHASOR Diesel Generators, authorized dealer.
Parts*Service*Install. Phasor/Lehman Ford dealer.
BOMAC MARINE 954-766-2625*800-436-5708
A&A MARINE ELECTRIC SERVICE-
Kohler*Onan*Westerbeke 954-415-9632




Small portable AIR COMPRESSOR units used
to fill SCUBA tanks & shop units, complete
line of supplies, filters, fittings.
Compressed Air Supplies 954-929-4462 M-F

MARINE SUPPLIES FOR SALE-
too much to list, used equipment, SAT 8am-lpm.
Ladders, Stoves, Dinks, Gen Sets, Diesels, Boats
& much more every Saturday
@ Yacht Fitters, 111. SW 23 ST, #J, Ft Lauderdale
See us at Dania Flea Mkt c-14-16 954-463-3871 Plane & Fax






Magatmes Paperbacks 1 PAPERS
Las Olas Fruit Shippers Roni

954 467-7410 Owner





NauticalLeather@aol.com
r1 561-274-3088 Ca 561-274-4698 1
Traditional hand-made leather goods
Personalized Gifts Custom-tooled
Book Covers Ship's Wheel Covers Belts Cases
Common & Exotic Hides




FACTORY DIRECT- NEW 8' fiberglass dinghies
$650. Bare hull $300. Call 954-791-2552
ZODIAC 2*85 with 6HP Johnson, good
condition $800 obo. Call 954-816-7669.
8'6" Fiberglass dinghy with 2HP 4-stroke
Honda like new year 2001. 954-295-0313



'92 Taswell 43 single-handed around the
world- make offer. Website >
http://members.shaw.ca/camtronix/koa.html


46' 1986 SEAMASTER center cockpit ketch
mod. Bruce Roberts design. Built strong.
Cruise-equipt/comfortable Ivbd. $89,000.
Call Stan at 954-249-4434 anytime.


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Customize your 2" receivers. 62 choices of
colleges, hobbies, etc. Ph: 1-877-864-4824
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NORTH BROWARD docks run from McNab Road
north to the Palm Beach County line.
CENTRAL BROWARD docks run from McNab
Road south to Port Everglades.
SOUTH BROWARD docks run from Dania Cut-Off
Canal south to Dade County Line.



POMP BCH- NFB, 50 amp/wtr. private home,
near inlet. $8/foot negotible. 954-785-1446
POMP- secure 24/7 access mins to inlet 24'
or less Exp Boater $100/mo. 954-675-5624
Pompano Beach- direct access to ICW to 42'
wtr/elec no Ivbd $350/mo 954-943-5825
975 Hillsboro Mile- 0.5 mile to inlet,100
amp. no wake. no Ivbd, Call 954-781-7356.
LHP- deepwater, Lake Placid, no Ivbds., 1
minute to inlet. $390/mo. 954-785-5257
POMPANO off ICW near inlet, water/electric,
25-28 feet. No sailboats. Call 954-781-5244
POMP BCH- new dock to 40' NFB, no Ivbd.
Secure. wtr/elec. $175/mo. 954-336-5872
SE POMPANO ISLES- dpwtr access, NFB, no
sailboat. no Ivbd, $250/mo. 954-943-5521
LHP- easy access to ocean, max 30-35', wtr
elec. no Ivbd. $300-$350/m 954-545-9343
LHP- 90', minutes to inlet, wtr/elec, NFB,
no Ivbd. Call 954-907-9058. Negotiable.
POMP BCH- Min to Inlet, Up to 35', NFB, 4' draft,
no Ivbd. wtr/elec. $7/ft/mo. Ph 954-545-0990
LHP Venetian Isles- NFB, electric, easy boat
access, up to 30'. Call 305-333-1348.
Join South Florida's largest fleet of dockage
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Century East Apts 100 ISLE OF VENICE live-
aboards welcome. Hot shower, toilet, BBQ,
cable, phone. pool. laundry. 523-21 56.
NEAR.LAUD YACHT CLUB- ocean access, 3
mins, no liveaboards, 240v elect, water,
phone, experienced yacht caretaker avail.
John 954-523-7217 Eve 4%62-7230
LAS OLAS ISLES Lvbd & storage, max 46',
18' beam. Laundry, BBQ, pool, parking,
Pumpout, Tiki dining, apartments available.
Call 954-524-5228.
111 ISLE OF VENICE- deep water dockage
POOL SHOWER RESTROOM PUMPOUT STATION
phone, cable. Very Clean. 954-524-4430


DOCKSIDE SE 15th St. Sailboats to 45'.
baeviL oard Amenities Call 9 4


FULL SERVICES- Ivbd ok, one price includes:
all util & parking. Apt avail. 954-568-0627.
BAYVIEW- 1/2 mi to Bch. NFB. Deepwater.
36'x15' Lvbd, Storage, incl: Electric, Water,
Bath. Laundry-BBO. Call 954-973-4981.
RIO VISTA- deepwater, no Ivbd. Wtr/Elec, Up
to 60'. Caretaker avail. 954-524-7228
8 ISLE OF VENICE- deepwater- storage ONLY
Apartments available. 954-522-2821
FT LAUD- off Sunrise on the Middle River-
across from Borders. Up to 75' brand new
docks, secure, gated, 50 amp svc, pumpout.
Call Don (954) 385-3689.
N FORK NEW RIVER- 365' of hurricane-safe
dock space, secure, fenced, lots of parking.
Incl.: water/elec. No Lvbd. (954) 524-5975
MIDDLE RIVER BAY- ANY SIZE YACHT, NFB,
deepwater. no Ivbd. great view. 561-333-9624
N Fk New River @5 ST- 180' dock, gated, no
Ivbd. NFB. long term only. Ph 954-463-7581
HENDRICKS ISLE VILLAS- liveaboards to 45'
storage to 60' from $475. Apartments
available. All facilities. Call 954-522-7674.
SOUTH LAS OLAS ISLES- large boats OK.
Storage only. & HENDRICKS ISLES Large Boat
Dock Lvbd 954-523-9070. cell=448-2122
HENDRICKS ISLE- to 45'. Very secure. Very
Nice $350. w/apt $995. Ph: 954-523-6423.
CITRUS ISLES- off New River. Private 30' dock
wtr/elec Ph: 954-523-2261 954-816-8338
GREAT SPOT! MIDDLE RIVER- NFB, no Ivbd.
Water/Electric. 954-764-8075
DEEPWATER-N Fk New.Riv to 40' Full Utilities
Capt Quarters-All Facil $600. 954-524-4814
LAS OLAS ISLES- wide dpwtr canal, sail or pwr
to 55' NFB.No Lvbd. Wtr/Elec 954-524-7382
SOUTH FORK NEW RIVER (Riverside Park)-'
Boat to 45' wtr/elec. Call (954) 791-2552.
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NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- up to 55', NFB,
elec & water. no Ivbd. Call 954-527-0902.
BERMUDA RIVIERA- beautiful new 60' lit dock
up to 80' boat, NFB, Wtr/Elec, 110/220v,
no Ivbd $8/foot. Call 954-565- 132.
ISLE OF VENICE- storage boat slip up to 42'
$420 plus elec. New docks. 954-779-7100
SOUTH FORK NEW RIVER- pvt dock up to 40',
wtr/elec. no Ivbds. Call 954-587-1606.
SHADY BANKS- up to 50', 6' @ low tide. No
Ivbd*NFB.wtr/elec $250/m 954-763-5928
NEAR LAUD YACHT CLUB- easy ocean access,
sailboat only, no Ivbd; 6' draft, $1 0/ft $400/
mo obo. SE 10 ST Island. Ph: 954-524-2780.
21 ISLE of VENICE (Hamptons) to 51'.
Deepwater tropical retreat. LVBD, NFB,
shower, restroom, laundry, pumpout,
expanded cable TV, 50/30 amp, phone jack,
water, gas BBQ, heated pool, poolside dining.
NO DOGS. Apts avail. Call 954-467-9770.
NO. FK. NEW RIVER- 50', sailboat, dpwtr,
NFB. wtr/elec. storage. Call 954-832-0125.
N FORK New River- Liveaboard to 40', cable,
wtr/elec. Shower avail. Call 954-524-5084.

NORTH FORK NEW RIVER
Shaded Liveaboard/Storage* Pool* Laundry
SClubroom*Bath/ShowereAmple Parking
CableePhone*Tri/Catamaran OK
30/50ampoStorage LockerseGarage Workshops
(954) 523-7440

50 Isle of Venice- Sailboats only up to'46'
Bathroom, pool, laundry, large yard, water/elec incl.
Phone & cable avail. Lvbds. OK. No dogs.

94 Isle of Venice- Sailboats only up to 53'
Pool, laundry, water/elec included. Phone & cable
avail. Lvbds. OK. No dogs.

Call (954) 523-5279


DOCK/APTS
STORE, LIVE-ABOARD, CHARTER
at my Rio Vista property.
Best location.
Tel.: 954-494-9807

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water/elec, shower, w/d, shaded patio, 2-car
park. NO PETS' NON-SMOKER. 954-467-8371
LAUD ISLES- on New.River. Dpwtr to 100'
240/OOamp/wtr avail. PH: 954-791-3142.
LVBD to 40': Good Hurricane Hole, $350/m +
elec. phone, cable, w/d avail. 954-763-2748.
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Slips include: basic cable, water and pumpout stations.
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UNDER COVER
STORAGE (in water)
for Boats to 70' & 20 high
from -$12 /foot monthh
DRY RACK STORAGE
Enclosed Bldg or Outside
from $91f~/month
Jackson Marine Center
S(just wers of the 1.95 bridges on New RIerI
2 1915 SW 21 AV, Ft Lauderdale 33312
,jali"' 954-792-4900
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ROYALE PALM YACHT BASIN
On the Dania Cut;off Canal. 1.mile to ICW in secure basin.
No Bridges to ocean.
Cable TVeRestroom & ShowereLaundrySecurity

Low year-round rates!

629 NE 3 ST, Dania
954-9023-5900
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DANIA CUTOFF & New'River. NFB, new dock.
Storage only. Util trlr for sale 954-792-0530
DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL- avail monthly up to
140' vessel on face dock. 954-925-6336
DANIA Cut-Off Canal- private home. Wtr & elec.
2 (35') boats. NO SAIL. no Ivbd. 954-989-4282
Join South Florida's largest fleet of dockage
ads. Call Waterfront News @ 954-524-9450



ATLANTIC ISLAND, Sunny Isles Beach- 900'
to ocean beach. 120' dock., 305-936-9920
DEERING BAY (Coral Gables)- 1st Class docks
available: 80' & 100'. Great Rates!
Call 305-377-9411 305-790-3886.
Sunset Harbour Marina
A South Beach Haven & Miami Beach's
Newest Yachting Center. Call Dockmaster
Joann at (305) 673-0044 or call us on
VHF channel 16 or see us at 1928 Purdy Ave
Join South Florida's largest fleet of dockage
ads. Call Waterfront News @ 954-524-9450


DOCK & CHARTER your yacht from quaint
inn- Las Olas/ICW/A1 A area. Up to 60'.
Unusual opportunity. Call 954-462-0531
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JACKSON MARINE CENTER- just west of the
1-95 bridge on New River, 1915 SW21AV FtL
(954) 792-4900 Fax (954) 587-8164
www.jacksonmarine.com
CABLE MARINE- East yard (40-ton lift)..(954)462-2822
West yard (80-ton)...(954) 587-4000
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No Bridges to Ocean. s 954-923-5900
STORAG E- in-water covered & uncovered,
short-term to year-round. So Fk New River, Ft L
Summerfield Boat Works 954-525-4726

Full Service Marina
12 specialty marine businesses on-site
Jackson Marine Center
(just we: of the 1.95 bridges on New River)
1915 SW 21 AV, Ft Lauderdale 33312
954-792-4900
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Quiet TARPON RIVER 3/2 home- new appliances,
Mex tile, central a/c, fenced yard, dock. $1400/mo.
Call 954-523-2261 954-816-8338
VICTORIA PARK- furnished, large, 1-BR, family-
room w/sleep sofa, large gormet kitchen, deck.
$1200 monthly. 954-522-1615
2 KEY WEST vacation homes for rent
Truman Annex in Old Town
2/2 with pool or 3/2 on;canal
Special Summer Discounts
Call (561) 441-1016

FURNISHED HOME. Perf for Capt/Owner
of boat in refit. Convenient toFt Laud boat
yards & downtown Riverfront. 2/2, cent A/C,
CTV, phone, w/d, fenced secure. No pets.
Monthly $2700 includes utils. 954-524-5975


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NE FT LAUD- beautiful house Ig 3/2
screened Fla room, pool on canal w/dock
easy ocean access, great neighborhood,
centrally located near beaches.
954-260-4891 owner
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BBQ/Cable/Laundry. Affordable rates. Furn
apts. Weeklv/Monthly .(954) 52-21 5


BAYVIEW AREA- 272's & T/T's, near ICW &
beach. Laundry. Dock avail. (954) 568-0627
Waterfront Apartment & Efficiencies. Full
Kitchens, very clean. Wkly/mnthly discounts
for crew members. NO PETS. 954-463-7067
21 ISLE of VENICE '(Hamptons) tropical island
paradise, luxury apts, annual & seasonal;,
furnished & not, heated pool, poolside dining,
gas BBQ, direct dial phones, expanded cable
TV & more. NO PETS.
Docks available. 954-467-9770-
PERFECT MEGAYACHT CAPTAIN's QUARTERS-
1 Bedroom.& Efficency, fumished, waterfront,
garden apartments off Las Olas. Weekly/
Monthly. .
Heated pool, cable, phone, laundry facilities,
BBQ & large deck area.
Personal attention with maid service available.
International atmosphere with German, French
& Spanish spoken: No pets.
Call(954) 463-7067 Fax (954) 764-5731





WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR RENT

3000 SF Warehouse with 6800 SF of walled outside
storage. 16' H. ceilings, 2 overhead doors on opposite
walls, 3-phase electric, B3 zoning, bathroom, no office.
1307 SW 1 AV, FtL $2800 + taxJ month

1000 SF Warehouse with CENTRAL AC, 3-phase
electric, B3 zoning, 12' ceilings, 1 overhead door,
fenced parking. Unit B, 1'301 SW 1 AV. $800+ tax/mo

Both warehouses are CLEAN & in safe area. Located
1 block S. of Davie BLVD & 1 block W. of S. Andrews.
Call Rick or Chet at 954-463-2577 or 954-525-1825.
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a Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate *
Living and working on the New River
NEW RIVER- Historic Sailboat Bend. Quaint "Boathouse"
home w/ pool& spa in very private setting- directly on the
serene North Fork New River in historic Sailboat Bend. 50' of
riverfront affords deepwater no fixed bridges dockage.
Tremendous potential for futureexpansion or new building.
Minutes to Performing Arts Center Las Olas Riverfront and
nearby shops & restaurants.
BEACH CONDO- 2/2 in small quaint bldg., just 1 block from
beach & Las Olas. Great view of ICW. JWUSTED. $325,000
LAUDERDALE ISLES- ForRent 3/3 spacious home on 100'
of deepwater. 1 house from the New River on cul-de-sac
street. Extra large 3rd bdrm with separate entrance. Callfor
details.
CROISSANT PARK- 2/1 home with new kitchen, Viking gas
range & hood, porcelain "stone" tile floors, central A/C, new
windows & doors. Lrge covered pado, garage.
JUST OUSTED $185,000
LAKE OKEECHOBEE WATERFRONT ESTATE- Approx.
3,500 sq. t. 4/3 home right on rim canal- direct Lake access
New country kitchen, marble floors, stone fireplace, 2-car
garage, boat house w/slip & launch rampl Make offer.
$355,000 2 side lots also available

RIVER REACH CONDOS-






Central location off the New River. Conveniently located
close to downtown Ft Lauderdale. Gated island featuring
24-hr manned security, 2 tennis courts & 3 heated pools.
Small pets OK (owners only) No fixed bridges, ocean
access dockage (owners only as available)
1 & 2 BEDROOM $139,000-$250,000
CALL FOR CURRENT AVAILABLE CONDOS
RIVER REACH ANNUAL RENTALS FROM $795m

COMMERCIAL BUILDING- for lease. 4000 sq ft
warehouse-wholesale retail. $2000/month


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