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Camps help kids flex their sea legs


BY BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Budding marine biologists and future Olympians
will find plenty of activities to keep them busy at marine
science and water sports-related summer camps around
South Florida.
Parents should be extra pleased too. Fees have
remained the same at several camps. There's even been
small decreases at some.
Other camps are introducing new programs, such as
training geared to elite level athletes at the Fort
Lauderdale Aquatics Camp.
The aquatics camp hosts both non-competitive and
competitive swimmers of all levels in day and residential
settings. Rates are kept affordable, said Luis Galvan,
coordinator.
As the economy begins to recover, an increase in registra-
tion is expected this year with more parents signing up young-
sters for longer periods, compared to last summer when par-
ents tightened their belts and limited attendance to only one
session, Galvan said.
Camp directors elsewhere are fielding more inquires too.
Parents are advised to ask about extra fees for extended hours
and transportation, and whether lunch is served or must be
brought.
Other pertinent questions include camper-to-counselor
ratio and camp philosophy, along with inquiring about
instructors' educational backgrounds.

Broward and Palm Beach:
Adventure Mike's Aquatic Camps, 2711 Oak
Drive, Palm Beach Gardens. 561-324-1892;
www.AdventureMike.com, for ages 7 to 14. Features boating,
fishing, snorkeling, water safety, marine life collection and
identification, cast netting, seine netting, crab trapping, nature
walks, ecotours, etc. Runs June 1 to Aug. 27. Hours: 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Cost: $250 per child, per week.
Aquatic Fun Day Camp, 501 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-467-8179; www.ftldivingteam.com, run by
the Fort Lauderdale Dive Team.
Camp Live Oak, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, 3109 E.
Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-491-2917; www.cam-
pliveoakfl.com. Kids ages 5 to 13 canoe, fish and surf, in four-


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At the Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Camp, kids ages 5 to 10
can strive to be competitive swimmers, or sign up for a
non-competitive program for all skill levels.
week sessions June 14 to Aug. 6. Hours: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $950 per four-week session or $265 per week.
Coral Ridge Yacht Club, 2800 Yacht Club Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-566-7886; www.cryc.net, for ages 5 to 12.
Activities: sailing, swimming, art, tennis, field trips and boat-
ing. Camps runs June 14 to Aug. 6 with four two-week ses-
sions. Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $390 members, $410
non-members, per two-week session.
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Plant, animal census taking place at Biscayne


BY ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Waterfront News Writer
MIAMI Boaters and campers going to Biscayne
National Park between April 27 and May 4 will notice
something different: Facilities on Elliott Key and at the
Convoy Point mainland headquarters are devoted to a proj-
ect called BioBlitz.
That is a joint science project of the park and the
National Geographic Society to find and list every living
plant and creature in the nation's largest marine national
park in 24 hours overlapping April 30 and May 1.
Unless you're registered as a participating scientist or
volunteer, forget about camping on Elliott or using its har-
bor. They will be tied up by the project.
The mainland headquarters area and visitor center at
Convoy Point will remain open to the public but only for
BioBlitz-related events.


Everyday activities at Convoy Point, such as picnick-
ing, fishing, bicycle riding, jogging and the launching of
canoes, kayaks and wind surfers, will be suspended.
Instead, the public can attend a "Celebrate
Biodiversity" festival featuring music, demonstrations,
presentations and chances to talk with the scientists
involved in BioBlitz, plus an art exhibit called Endangered
World by Miami artist Xavier Cortada.
The schedule for that is 1-4 p.m. on Saturday.
On April 30 and May 1, mainland access to Convoy
Point will be restricted to shuttle buses running every 15
minutes from the Homestead-Miami Speedway's parking
lot. From U.S. 1 at the end of the Florida Turnpike, turn
east on SW 344th St. (Palm Drive) and go a bit more than
four miles to the Speedway..
Non-BioBlitz activities will remain suspended through
Monday, May 3, in order to complete takedown operations.


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BY JENNIFER HEIT AND RICHARD JORDAN
For the Waterfront News
FORT LAUDERDALE What does a railroad
bridge and an alligator have in common?
Both are local icons that have sparked an idea to
transform Riverwalk's Florida East Coast (FEC) rail-
road bridge into a bright green alligator in honor of the
city's 100th birthday next year.
To simulate the gator, the bridge would be
wrapped in a 3M product similar to advertising dis-
played on buses and airplanes. Orange traffic cones
would represent the gator's teeth.
"It's complicated and challenging but it will be
worth it," said JoAnn Medalie, a member of the
city's Centennial Celebration Committee, assigned to
identify city landmarks to be decorated and raise pri-
vate funds for the projects. "It will be fun. You need
things in a city that will bring smiles to people."
Fort Lauderdale City Commissioners unanimously
approved the conceptual plan in March. A cost estimate
is expected by May. No funding is in place yet, with the
committee still in the process of setting a budget and
having plans drafted. RailAmerica, which runs Florida
East Coast Railway, would then review the proposal.
Medalie, a former city employee, came up with
the idea after years of hearing former co-worker Susyn
Stecchi, who ate lunch on Riverwalk every day, com-
ment that "'when I look at that bridge, all I can think
of is a gator a big, green gator.'"
Boaters traveling downtown encounter the bridge
located just west of the Andrews Avenue bridge. It
closes to river traffic to allow freight train access.
If all goes according to plan, the gator design is tar-
geted to be in place by next March, in time for the city's
birthday celebration taking place on Riverwalk March 27.

Riding into history
A moss green alligator would be quite a change for
the traditional steel bridge gracing Riverwalk's skyline.
Jim Kovalsky, treasurer of the Florida East Coast
Railway Society, e-mailed that he personally has his
doubts about the project.
"..I am concerned that this kind of a project will
make the bridge even more of a target for vandals who
want to "tag" it with graffiti. Anything that can
increase the desire to trespass on railroad property will
increase the risk of someone (likely a teenage male)
being killed by a train."
The bridge has been renovated twice. It was origi-
nally built in 1895 with a single track. It was replaced
with another single track span in 1925. The pivot point
for the leaf moved from the south to the north bank of
the river.
During the 1930s and 1940s, FEC trains carried
passengers and freight, according to FEC company
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Boating bash for people with disabilities to occur yearly


BY BETH FEINSTEIN-BARTL
Waterfront News Writer
Burgers and boating made a good pair for hundreds of
folks who recently turned out for an event meant to get
people with special needs on the water.
If you missed it, don't fret. Strong attendance, cou-
pled with an outpouring of support and heartfelt response,
has prompted organizers to make the outing an annual hap-
pening each March at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton.
"The feedback's been extraordinary," said Jay H. Van
Vechten, a public relations executive and member of the
City of Boca Raton's Advisory Board for People with
Disabilities, hosts of the Boating & Beach Bash. "I hope
we can touch as many lives as possible."
Board members have been buoyed by the free picnic's
success since its debut at Spanish River in 2009. This
year's bash drew nearly 800 visitors, more than double the
previous year's 300 attendees, Van Vechten said.
Some 450 people signed up for 30-minute runs on 10
boats, spanning from 28-seat pontoons to 45-foot cabin
cruisers. Vessels and crew were supplied by members of
the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club in Boca Raton and
Shake-A-Leg Miami.
For many, it was their first introduction to recreational
boating, said Van Vechten, who believes boating can be a
transforming experience.
"We took them out of their comfort zone and into
another world," he said.
The Boating & Beach Bash is quite a change from
previous picnics, held for nearly a decade at the park. The
original beach bashes didn't include vessels and atten-
dance was limited to mostly group homes in Boca Raton,
said Van Vechten, who uses a cane due to injuries he suf-
fered in a slip and fall accident nine years ago.
Van Vechten said he got the idea to add the boating
component through his volunteer work with Shake-A-Leg
Miami, a non-profit organization known for its adaptive
sailing programs for adults and children with physical,
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Most came from Palm Beach and northern Broward coun-
ties, Van Vechten said.
"We had one young man who's blind and took a bus
by himself to the park from Fort Lauderdale."
Also featured were horses from the Bit-By-Bit
Therapeutic Riding Center in Parkland and live music. Some
1,000 meals were distributed, including hamburgers, hot
dogs, chips, sodas and cookies.
The event was an all-volunteer affair. All food, sup-
plies and services were donated. Boat captains, Boca
Raton High School's Navy JROTC unit, city staff and oth-
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plegic and founder of Stand Among Friends, a non-profit
group that provides services such as job placement and setting
up assisted technology devices to people with disabilities.
"It's expanded into a wonderful event that's expand-
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without us soliciting," Friedkin said. "It was amazing."
Zack Rice, dock master at the Royal Palm Yacht &
Country Club, said reaction from members was immedi-
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Mapping to show how hurricanes have altered Gulf's floor


BY ARNOLD MARKOWITZ
Waterfront News Writer
The Gulf of Mexico's lower deck, also called the sea
floor or bottom, is a changeable thing in the best of times but
hurricanes of this decade have made voyages more interesting
than before. That's why NOAA's 208-foot hydrographic sur-
vey ship Thomas Jefferson is out there mapping.
The ship and 36-member crew's homeport is Norfolk, Va.
Its steady job is surveying for data to update nautical charts in
the Gulf, on the east coast and waters of the Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands.
It headed for the Gulf on April 6 to spend five months
mapping the bottom and finding navigational hazards.
"The Gulf of Mexico has been affected by a number of
large hurricanes in recent years, and our work will pinpoint
the resulting hazards and shoals in these busy waters," said
commanding officer Cmdr. Shepard Smith.

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"The Hump apologizes to our loyal customers, the com-
munity of Santa Monica, and the public at large for our illegal
actions," it says.
The Hump, located at the Santa Monica airport, was
caught by documentary film director Louie Psihoyos, who
earned an Oscar for his film, "The Cove" about a clandestine
commercial dolphin slaughter in Japan.
Psihoyos apparently knew what was going on for
quite a while. Last year his crew went to The Hump, at the
Santa Monica Airport, ordered whale sushi and clandes-
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sushi chef Kiyoshiro Yamamoto, 45. Ten days later, The
Hump closed.
Whales are protected by U.S. law under the marine
Mammal Protection Act. Selling their meat is a crime. The
restaurant's owners could be sentenced to a year in prison and
fined up to $200,000, but their extraordinary gesture of con-
trition may help to reduce that.
There's been no public word of what the chef's next
move will be. His maximum potential penalty is a
$100,000 fine.
The Sei is a baleen whale, described as 40 to 50 feet long,
slender for its length and weighing about 23 tons on average.
Here's more from The Hump's announcement:
"The Hump hopes that by closing its doors, it will help
bring awareness to the detrimental effect that illegal whaling
has on the preservation of our ocean ecosystems and species.
"Closing the restaurant is a self-imposed punishment on
top of the fine that will be meted out by the court. The Owner
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sea," goes the chorus of
Eddystone Light, possibly the
greatest sea song ever unless
you're seasick when you hear it.
Nothing sounds good then.
The best way to learn about
/ seasickness is from someone
else's misery, which can seem
funny to anyone who hasn't experienced it.
I met my first victim on a news assignment to cover a
Coast Guard search and rescue crew. Their first task of the
day was to ferry supplies to the fellows on Fowey Rock,
the last non-automated lighthouse on the coast.
There were sizeable swells. One by one the young
coasties stood on the bow of the 40-foot patrol boat, timed
the rise and nimbly stepped aboard Fowey.
Me too. Same thing getting back on the boat.
"You're not seasick," the crew chief said, sounding
disappointed. "Never happens," said I.
That night we took some people off a disabled boat.
One young woman was unwell.
"Stand next to me," one of the sailors told her. "Face for-
ward, into the wind, eyes open. Focus on the lights ashore."
The ride being bumpy and her balance bad, she
wrapped an arm around him. He wrapped one around her,
protecting her from the foggy, foggy dew.
"Does cuddling cure seasickness?" I whispered.
"Eat your heart out," he whispered.
I gave a little advice too: imitate the bum-protection
trick of horseback riders who use English saddles. Flex
the knees, ride the bounce up and ride it down.
"Posting!" she cried. "I know how to do that." Pretty
soon she was cured.

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and various versions (all vulgar) of "The Good Ship
Venus." Not only that, I had chased whales with Capt.
Ahab on the Pequod, pulled pranks with "Mister Roberts"
on the rollicking supply ship AK-601 and instigated a
mutiny on the minesweeper USS Caine. At 16, I guided
old man Santiago over the sea to that giant blue marlin he
fought so nobly all without burping, much less barfing.
In real life I've always imagined myself as the hardy
captain of Gilbert and Sullivan's HMS Pinafore:
I am never known to quail
At the fury of a gale, and I'm never, never sick at sea!
I enjoy boasting about escorting a marathon swim-
mer across the Gulf Stream from Marathon to Bimini.
Ben Hubbard, a policeman from Long Island, N.Y, got a
sponsorship from "Sports Illustrated" The editors char-
tered the boat, invited local media and catered a lavish
feast of seafood.
Hubbard swam in a shark cage, towed alongside the
boat. The wind blasted from southwest to northeast and
the seas were, well, swell. Up we went. Down we went.
Thisaway, thataway, thud, pound, oof
My competitors lost their breakfasts. A couple of
hours out of Marathon, not one was fit to work, much less
eat. I devoured lobster, shrimp and other comestible jew-
els and climbed to the bridge to feed the captain.


Everybody's seasick down there, I told him. I was fine,
although sometimes it felt like we were going backwards.
"Sometimes we are," he said. "I have to put her in
reverse to stay beside the swimmer. We're making close to
10 knots. That's four times the average speed of the Gulf
Stream. I've never seen it like this."
The sway was worse up there, but the captain was too
busy to get seasick. That's why I was OK too- on the job,
I'm a non-stop note-taker. Unless your susceptibility is
great, you're less likely to get seasick if you're doing
something that requires concentration.
Ben the swimming cop was busiest of all but he got
seasick anyway and had to quit.
Fort Lauderdale fisherman Larry Groshart told me
about his wife Caroline, whose father took her fishing on
head boats when she was a child:
"She would get mightily seasick and sack out on a
bench. When the kingfish action started, she would hop up
and catch fish as long as the action lasted, and feel perfect-
ly fine. Once the bite stopped, she would crash again."
Groshart learned seasick science in the Navy, on a
nuclear submarine. I think he secretly imagines he's
Smitty, that clever sonarman in "The Hunt for Red
October"- you know, the one who solved the mystery.
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"When we were submerged we were beneath the
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BY MARK ERCOLIN
Waterfront News Columnist
Ray Bradbury said that if you trav-
eled far enough back in time and stepped
on a butterfly, the world would be com-
pletely different when you returned to the
present.
A butterfly killed before its time fails
to produce offspring that might feed
another animal, which might have killed
some creature that would otherwise kill
some human ancestor of someone impor-
tant, and so on and so on, goes the theory.
The moral: small actions in the pres-
ent can result in major, multiple and
unforeseeable consequences in the
future. If healthcare legislation recently
passed by Congress is left unchanged,
future consequences could far exceed
stepping on a butterfly.
Maritime law could be affected
specifically in regards to maintenance
and cure. This ancient doctrine generally
requires ship owners to provide their
employed seamen with medical treat-
ment and financial maintenance -
regardless of fault during sickness
and/or injury until the maximum cure has
been reached. At this time it is unknown
how a national healthcare program that
demands the participation of virtually all
residents would effect the workings of
maintenance and cure.
Today, the vessel's owner or master
is responsible for the medical needs of
their seamen, usually through the vessel's
insurance or some form of self-insurance.
In the future, will it be possible -
particularly in the case of foreign flag
vessels for ship owners to opt out of
this responsibility on the supposition that
they are already part of a national health-
care system?
Moreover, if the medical component
is to be part of a national administrative


scheme, what effect will this have on the
seaman's right to maintenance, which is
supposed to assure that he is properly fed
and housed during treatment and conva-
lescence?
Even when combined with the med-
ical component, attorneys representing
seaman have found it difficult to negoti-
ate a proper settlement regarding mainte-
nance. Should maintenance ever become
separated from cure, the task to be com-
pensated for it could become even more
difficult than it is now, and could make
any reasonable possibility of profit for
the attorney representing a seaman negli-
gible thereby making its practical
enforceability negligible.
There is also the question of whether
national healthcare will require indemni-
fication from the vessel for the costs of
medical treatment given to a seaman
based on the government's interest.
Would this requirement entail a separate
insurance policy? Would it even be
enforceable against foreign vessels?
Such questions could become even
more provocative in cases where liability
is established against the vessel, and set-
tlement monies might have to be held in
escrow until full payment on medical
liens were accepted by the government.
If Medicare is any indicator, cash
payments that would otherwise be
awarded to the plaintiff seaman, or pay-
ments to his attorney, could be delayed
for many months if not years. Further,
this issue of escrow in liability cases
could also come into play in passenger
cases. All this could have a chilling effect
on even the most legitimate maritime
injury suits.
Another area of maritime law that
could be affected is the Longshore and


Dead

Reckoning



Cruise required

self control

BY BOB E. SHERMAN
Waterfront News Columnist
I spend enough money each year
maintaining my 40-foot Sea Ray to pay
for several cruises or vacations. Most peo-
ple would be content on their own boat,
but not my wife, who wanted to take a
cruise to celebrate a milestone birthday.
I reluctantly agreed to tour the east-
ern Caribbean with her, her sister, cousin,
and their husbands. They all arrived the
day before the cruise. Since there was
room in my apartment for everyone
except me, I slept on my boat.
Getting six people with 12 bags to
Port Everglades was a challenge. With the
help of two friends we made it. After find-
ing our cabins, we headed for the Lido
Deck for lunch where I was introduced to
the first of many upcoming lines.
The daily special was a bucket of beer
- pay for four, and get five, plus a Dos
Equis T-shirt. I ordered Bud and told the
waiter to put them on the table. I specifical-
ly told him not to open any, as I was the
only one drinking beer. But when I returned
with my burger, I found all five beers
opened, no T-shirt, and no waiter in sight.
Eventually a supervisor served me
four beers with the caps on. I was then
informed that the free T-shirt deal only
applied if you bought Dos Equis. I later
found out that this rule didn't apply to
good-looking women in bikinis.
Since aluminum bottles don't have
twist caps, I spent the rest of the after-
noon wandering aimlessly with my buck-
et looking for an opener. Finally it was
dinnertime. As we had picked "anytime
seating" and not made a reservation, we
got in line again.
Standing in line became a daily
activity. At least I didn't have to stand in
line for the head like the women did.
We awoke the next morning


anchored off Princess Cays (the
Bahamians pronounce it key). A short
ride in the ship's tender took us to the
dock on the cay. Working our way to the
line for the buffet, we passed local ven-
dors selling T-shirts and Bahamian
tchotchkes. At 15:00 hours it was time to
get in line for the trip back to the ship.
The next day was spent at sea, which
were calm for the whole trip, so I didn't
need to use the Motion Ease or
Dramamine that I had carried along. To
pass the time, I thought that as a fellow
captain and paisano, our ship's captain
would agree to a tour of the bridge. He
said he'd be more than happy to for $150.
So much for captain camaraderie.
Our next stop was St. Maarten where
a water taxi dropped us off near Bobby's
Marina. After fighting off taxi drivers
hawking tours of the island, I opted to stay
on the Dutch side rather than going to the
nude beach on the French side. All was
not lost as I found a little kiosk selling
beer for $1.50. I later found out that they
would get you coming or going when I
had to pay 50 cents to use a bathroom.
Next came St. Thomas where we
docked at Crown Bay. We took a taxi to the
duty free shops. Right away we were accost-
ed by other taxis wanting to take us back to
the ship or on a tour. I wanted to walk
around a little even though I didn't need any
T-shirts or jewelry. But the shop owners
were very aggressive, making me wish that
I was anchored back at Beer Can Island.
Our last stop was Grand Turk. The
berth was walking distance to the shops
and beaches, so there were no taxis to
worry about. While my wife shopped, I
visited Margaritaville. This was a pretty
neat place, except when there's two cruise

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Healthcare will impact maritime law


Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA). At first
blush, it seems that under a national healthcare system this
act would appear to be a redundancy, except the penalties
for the failure of an employer providing coverage could be
considered far more onerous under the LHWCA.
Yet at this juncture it seems that shipping interests
will remain with the burden of these onerous penalties for
some time to come setting them apart from other indus-
tries that now appear to be saddled with similar require-
ments. It is unknown if this will change.
The fact is, the new healthcare legislation appears to
create more questions than answers. And the answers do
not seem readily available.
Imagine a client bringing a 1,000-page contract to an
attorney requesting that all its issues be reviewed and


advised upon. Instead of reading it, the attorney responds
that close friends say it's a good contract and you should
accept it. Would you consider that quality representation,
or a possible breach of ethics?
It is an interesting question in light of the fact that the
recently passed healthcare legislation was well over a
1,000 pages in length and many who voted for it admitted
they had not read it in its entirety. It's also interesting to
note that most members of the present Congress who
voted for this legislation were lawyers.
In Bradbury's original science fiction story, the man
who stepped on the butterfly didn't mean to do it... how-
ever, it didn't stop the unforeseen consequences.
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 situations.


Patience a virtue on cruise ship vacation


ships in port, like the day I was there. Long lines again at
the bar and restaurant. The Parrot Heads waited patiently
while listening to Jimmy Buffet tunes.
The last day was spent at sea before returning to Port
Everglades. One of the few times I felt the motion of the
ship was late on the final night, probably as we crossed the
Gulfstream. The captain's log recorded southerly winds of
34 mph. With all lines fast, disembarkation commenced
early Sunday morning.
We formed a line in the casino to disembark and get
into the customs line before reaching the line for the taxi
ride home.


Asleep at last in my own bed, I dreamed of my next
trip to Beer Can Island.
Bob E. Sherman is a boater and author of
"Am I the Only One that Signals?" Visit him at:
www.bobesherman.com.

Clarification
In April's Dead Reckoning column, "Don't be left
in the dark," reference was made to "dumb luck" help-
ing Capt. Al safely navigate at night through Cowpens
Anchorage. This was not intended to reflect negative-
ly on Capt. Al's navigational skills. We regret any
implication to the contrary.


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Wind, weather, puts an end to a record dry spell


the surface, however, in any sort of rough sea, the ride
was terrible.
"A nuke boat has a cylindrical hull, so she rolls hard
to port, then rolls hard to starboard and repeats, ad infini-
tum. Since they spend so little time on the surface, sub-
mariners never get their sea legs, so seasickness is com-
mon while on the surface."
Even then, most of the guys are down inside the tube,
where it isn't any better.
"There is no horizon to look at, no fresh air, no sea
spray, none of those things we rely on to help us not turn
green when in a sporty sea," Groshart said. "I worked in
sonar, so I could arrange to be on the sail (sub lingo for
upstairs, outside) in the salt air during sea and anchor details.
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to be, as the rolling was magnified by being so high above
the center of the hull."


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The end of a long run
As for me, after defying the bounding main all my
life, I got seasick late in March on Florida Bay. Dave
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over a hard chop with a surprisingly soft touch.
We knew it was going to be windy. We didn't worry.
We should have. The wind, a hard westerly, blew in soon-
er and stronger than we were ready for. We weren't afraid,
but lit out for sheltered water in the Cape Sable Canal.
I felt a little unsteady then. Fishing might have helped
if the fish had been biting. In the rain, on our way back to
the Flamingo docks, it hit me. I knelt and fed to unseen
fish a delicious homemade sandwich of pastrami, turkey
breast and tomato on a robust rye bread, chewed to chum
but not digested.
Dave is a nursing officer in the Navy Reserve, which
makes him a good one to be around when something bad
happens. I was too dizzy to do my share at the docks or even
climb off the boat without help. Dave got me to a bench.


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only loads of freight on the rails.


historian Seth Bramson.
"Southbound trains were mostly arrivals coming
from Buffalo, Chicago, and other places up north,"
Bramson said. "Northbound trains were departures. The
passengers arriving would have to walk a long way south-
ward to the station. The passengers departing would have
to walk a long way towards the New River to get on their
passenger car.
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Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Camp: 501 Seabreeze
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Resident and day camp for ages 5 to 10, emphasizing compet-
itive swimming, and a fun non-competitive program for all
skill levels. Day camp hours: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., June 14 to
Aug. 13. Resident: June 13 toAug. 7. Cost: $165 for aweek-
long half-day program, $825 per week for resident camp.
Funky Fish Ocean Adventure Camp: Locations at
Bahia Mar Resort & Yacht Club, 801 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale; Residence Inn on the Beach by Marriott, 1350 N.
Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach; Embassy Suites, 950 Ocean
Drive, Deerfield Beach. 954-712-9900; www.funkyfishkids-
day.com. Kids ages 4 to 17 enjoy snorkeling, skim and boo-
gie boarding and scuba diving. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost: $55 daily, or $239 per week.
IGFA Fishing Summer Camp, 300 Gulf Stream Way,
Dania Beach. 954-924-4309; www.igfa.org. Campers ages 8
to 13 participate in daily fishing tournaments, explore wet-
lands and enjoy boat rides, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling and
knot tying. Runs June 14 to Aug. 20. Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $325 per week non-members, $300 per week members.
Summer Junior Sailing Program, Lauderdale Yacht
Club, 1725 SE 12th St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-527-2223 or
954-524.5500; www.lyc.org. Different sailing classes for ages
5 to 18, June 7 to July 30. Cost: $300 per session, non-club
members, $200 members. $50 off for anyone who registers
for all four sessions.
McGinnis Waterski, 2421 SW 46 Ave., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-214-2792; www.mcski.com, for ages 9 to
14. Activities: waterskiing, wakeboarding, two skis, one ski,
tricks, tubing, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hours: 10:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., June 14 to Aug. 27. Cost; $100 per child
per ski day.
Palm Beach County Half-Day Fishing Camp, West
Palm Beach. 561-966-7031; www.pbcparks.com/summer-
camps, for ages 6 to 13. Activities include learning to tie
knots, bait hooks, identifying freshwater fish and fishing tour-
naments. Sessions available from 9 a.m. to noon June 14-18
and Aug 9-13 at Okeeheelee Park, 7500 Forest Hill Blvd.,
West Palm Beach; July 26-30 at John Prince Park, 2700 Sixth
Ave. South, Lake Worth. Cost: $95 per session.
Summer Sailing Camp, at the Palm Beach Sailing Club,
4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. 561-881-0809;
www.pbsail.org, for ages 7 to 15. Sailing basics emphasized:
boat handling, capsize recovery, crisis management and team-
work. Sailors will be classified by age, weight and skill level.
Ten one-week sessions run June 7 to Aug. 13. Hours: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. One half-day session available daily from 9 a.m. to
noon. Cost ranges from $165 to $325 per session.
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sion ages 13 to 16. Camps run June 7 to Aug. 20. Activities:
surfing, snorkeling, water bike tubing, wake surfing, beach
games, marine science, ocean safety and awareness. Cost:
$199 to $299 per week for half or full days for Pompano
Beach location, $350 for Red Reef location.
S.E.A. CAMP, Hollywood Beach Culture &
Community Center, 1301 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. 954-
921-3600; www.hollywoodfl.org, for ages 8 to 13. Focusing
on marine life and natural sciences, June 14 to Aug. 13 in
three-week sessions. Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost: $450
per three-week session for Hollywood residents, $575 non-
residents.
South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail
North, West Palm Beach. 561-832-2026, www.sfsm.org.
Various themes each week, ages 4 to 12, June 7 to Aug.13.
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Floors," July 26-30. Cost $200 museum members; $225 non-
members, per week.
Museum of Discovery and Science, 401 SW Second
St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-713-0930; www.mods.org. Camps
for ages 6 to 12 with different themes each week, includes
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Seas," Aug. 2-6. Cost $200 museum members; $225 non-
members.
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954-262-6918; www.nova.edu/msi. Ages 2-5. Three ses-
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Camp Live Oak, Oleta River State Park, 3400 NE
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sciences. Ages 5 to 13, runs June 14 to Aug. 6. Hours: 9
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per week. Ocean Quest camp, Aug. 9-13, fees vary.
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Marine Biology Camp, Miami Beach Parks &
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1, Saturday
Personal Watercraft Course: 11 a.m., taught by the U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary at Riva Motor Sports, 3671 N. Dixie Highway,
Pompano Beach. 954-557-0582.
America's Boating Course: 8 a.m., sponsored by the U.S. Power
Squadron at Cardinal Gibbons High School, 4601 Bayview Drive,
Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $35. 954-943-5779.
America's Boating Course: 8 a.m. registration, sponsored by the
U.S. Power Squadron at Plantation Village Shopping Center, 5225B
W. Broward Blvd., Plantation. Cost: $75. 954-567-3339.
2010 Kayak-A-Thon: 7:45 a.m. departure from Adventure Times
Kayaks, 521 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach. Cost: $100
fundraising minimum with proceeds benefiting charities. 561-843-
4109.
School Marine Fair: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum, 300 Gulf
Stream Way, Dania Beach. 954-462-5573.
Celebrate BioDiversity Festival: 1-4 p.m. at Biscayne National
Park's Dante Fascell Visitor Center, 9700 SW 328th St., Homestead,
and at a smaller "base camp" on Elliott Key 800-638-6400 ext. 6186;
www.nationalgeographic.com/bioblitz.
Go Native in Broward County Plant Sale: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today
and Sunday at Secret Woods Nature Center, W State Road 84,
Dania Beach. Free. A diagnostic clinic will provide answers to your
common gardening questions. 954-791-1030.
Yoga in the Park: 10 a.m. Saturday at Riverwalk's Esplanade Park,
20 N. New River Drive, Fort Lauderdale. All ages and levels wel-
come. Bring water, mat and towel. 954-468-1541.

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Sale: 8:30 am. t( .tion and nch at
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Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for internation-
al group of cruising sailors, in the back room of the Egg &You Diner,
2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-
771-5660; www.ssca.org.
Jazz Brunch: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every first Sunday of the
month along Riverwalk, from the Broward Center for the
Performing Arts to DDA Plaza, Fort Lauderdale. No cost;
www.fortlauderdale.gov/events/jazzbrunch.
Sunset Blue: 6-10 p.m. free jazz and blues music outdoors along
Gait Ocean Mile, 3300 block of Northeast 33rd Avenue, Fort
Lauderdale. 954-306-6330 or 954-689-2344.
Science Caf6: 12:30, 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. informal science presenta-
tions at the Museum of Discovery and Science, 401 SW Second St.,
Fort Lauderdale. 954-463-6637.
Broward Model Boat Club: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Markham Park,
16001 W. State Rd. 84, Sunrise. 954-389-2000 or 954-687-6462.
Historic Hammerstein House Tours: 1-4 p.m. the first Sunday of
the month at 1520 Polk St., Hollywood. No cost. 954-923-5590.

3, Monday
Yoga Class: 5- p.m. Monday and Thursdays at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W State Road 84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per
class or 10 classes for $80. 954-791-1030.
Knights of Pythias: 7 p.m. meeting the first and third Monday of the
month at Golden Glades Inn, 16500 NW Second Ave., North Miami.
954-680-3412.
Social Bridge Games: 12:15-3:30 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale.
Cost: $6 nonmembers, $4 members. 954-565-3127.
Hollywood Nights: 8 p.m. to midnight live entertainment the first
and third Friday of the month along 20th Avenue and Hollywood
Boulevard, downtown Hollywood. No cost. 954-921-3016.

4, Tuesday
Fundamentals of Sportfishing: 7-10 p.m. class with Capt.




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Museum, 300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost: $150
non-IGFA members, $100 members. 954-924-4340;
www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing-registration.aspx.
Beginning Bridge Lessons: 6:30-8:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Fort
Lauderdale Bridge Club, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale.
Cost: $10. 954-565-3127.

5, Wednesday
Broward Urban RiverTrails: 6 p.m. meeting the first Wednesday of
the month at the Island City Park Preserve, 823 NE 28th St., Wilton
Manors. 954-462-7766.
South Florida Women Divers: 6 p.m. dinner followed by a 7 p.m.
meeting at Pioneer Park Annex, 249 NE Fifth Ave., Deerfield Beach.
561-638-8487; www.sfwd.net.
South Florida Divers: 7:30 p.m. meeting the first Wednesday of the
month. Check website for location; www.sfdi.com.
Multihull Association of South Florida: 8 p.m. meeting at the
Miami Yacht Club, 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877
or 305-371-0703; www.masf-multihulls.com.
Support Group: 7 p.m. meeting for families and friends of peo-
ple with mental illness the first and third Wednesday at Soref
Jewish Community Center, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation.
954-472-8241.

6, Thursday
A Tasteful Affair Food &Wine Event: 5:30-9 p.m. at Hyatt Pier 66,
2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $60 in advance, $75 at the
door; VIP: $100 in advance, $125 at the door. 954-462-4850 ext. 119.
Marine Historical Society: 7:30 p.m. meeting at Fort Lauderdale
City Hall, 100 Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-584-4926.
Under Sea Adventurers Dive Club: 7 p.m. meeting at Best
Western, 1050 E. Newport Center Drive, Deerfield Beach. Free and
open to the public. 561-637-0988; http://usadiveclub.com
Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at vari-
ous Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
Miami Sport Fishing Club: 8 p.m. meeting the first and third
Thursday of the month at 1711 W 38th Place, unit 1104, Hialeah.
305-885-1666.
Marathon International Tarpon Tournament: 2:30 p.m. captain's
meeting at Castaways Restaurant, 1406 Oceanview Ave., MM 47.5
oceanside. Entry fees: $175 per angler; an additional $40 registra-
tion fee required for two anglers to fish as a team. Social tickets: $50
per person. 305-289-2248.
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W. State Road 84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per
class or 10 classes for $80. 954-791-1030.

7, Friday
Mother's Day Dolphin Tournament Rules Meeting:
6 p.m. at Boatman's Sombrero Resort, MM 50 oceanside,
Marathon. Entry fee: $175 per angler. 305-289-0199;
www.mothersdaydolphintournament.com.
USA Diving: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. through May 9 at Fort Lauderdale
Aquatic Complex, 501 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Featuring
Olympians and the world-class divers from Australia, Canada,
China, Germany, Mexico, Russia, Sweden and the U.S. 954-828-
4580; www.usadiving.org.
Fort Lauderdale Flower Garden & Patio Show: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
runs through May 9 at War Memorial Auditorium, 800 NE Eighth St.,
Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $8 adults, kids under 12 free. 561-333-5715.
Hollywood Nights: 8 p.m. to midnight live entertainment the first
and third Friday of the month along 20th Avenue and Hollywood
Boulevard, downtown Hollywood. No cost. 954-921-3016.
Broadwalk Friday Fest: 7-9 p.m. at Hollywood Beach Theater, on
Johnson Street and the Broadwalk, Hollywood. Free. 954-921-3404.

8, Saturday
Mother Ocean Day Community Awards & Film: 12 p.m. luncheon
at Cinema Paradiso, 503 SE Sixth St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 in
advance. 954-462-5573; www.national-week-of-the-ocean.org.
Pelican Island Picnic: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. boat tour and recreation
sponsored by the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, at Pelican
Harbor, 1275 NE 79th St. Causeway, North Bay Village. Cost: $25
non-museum members, $10 kids ages 12 and under. 305-375-1492.
Yoga in the Park: 10 a.m. Saturday at Riverwalk's Esplanade Park,
20 N. New River Drive, Fort Lauderdale. All ages and levels wel-
come. Bring water, mat and towel. 954-468-1541.
Cruise Night: 6-10 p.m. at Oceans 11, 3111 N. Surf Road,
Hollywood. 954-560-5412; www.cruisinsouthflorida.com.
Support Group: 2 p.m. meeting for families and friends of people
with mental illness on the second and fourth Saturday of the month
at Memorial Hospital Outpatient building, 3300 N. 29th Ave.,
Hollywood. 954-566-2422.
9, Sunday
Mother's Day
Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for internation-
al group of cruising sailors, in the back room of the Egg &You Diner,
2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-
771-5660; www.ssca.org.
Kayaking on the Middle River: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. kayak rentals week-
ends at the Island City Park Preserve, 823 NE 28th St., Wilton Manors.
Cost: $14 to $52. 954-781-0073; www.atlanticcoastkayak.com.


MAY 2010


Model Boat Club: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., for all ages, at Markham Park,
16001 W State Road 84, Sunrise. Cost: $1.50 for park entrance, kids
under 5 free. 954-389-2000; http://hambe3.net/index.html.
Dream Car Classic: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. along Hollywood Boulevard
from 19th Avenue west to 21st Avenue, downtown Hollywood. No
cost. 954-921-3016.
Sunset Blue: 6-10 p.m. free jazz and blues music outdoors along
Gait Ocean Mile, 3300 block of Northeast 33rd Avenue, Fort
Lauderdale. 954-306-6330 or 954-689-2344.

10, Monday
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W State Road 84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per
class or 10 classes for $80. 954-791-1030.

11,Tuesday
IGFA School of Sportfishing: 7-10 p.m. class at the IGFA Fishing
Hall of Fame & Museum, 300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost:
$150 non-IGFA members, $100 members. 954-924-4340;
www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing-registration.aspx.
Broward Boating Club: 8 p.m., meets the second Tuesday of the
month at American Legion Post 304, 41 NE First Court, Dania
Beach. 954-316-0236.
Gulfstream Sailing Club: 7:30 meeting the second Tuesday of the
month at the Downtowner Saloon, Maxwell Room, 408 S. Andrews
Ave., Fort Lauderdale. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org.
Riverwalkers: 7 p.m. walk along Riverwalk, starts at the pavilion in
Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-468-
1541 or 954-304-4899.
Full Moon Kayak Tour: 7:30-10 p.m., for ages 14 to adult, at
Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. Cost: $35. 954-967-4644
or 954-328-5231.
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 6:30-8:45 p.m. for advanced, begin-
ner and intermediate players on Tuesdays at the Fort Lauderdale
Bridge Club, Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale.
954-565-3127.

12, Wednesday
Seabird Yacht Club: 6:30 p.m. social hour and dinner meeting the
second Wednesday of the month at the Royal Fiesta Restaurant in
the Cove Shopping Plaza, 1680 SE Third Court, Deerfield Beach.
www.seabirdyachtclub.com.
South Florida Fishing Club: 6:30 p.m. dinner at Tony Romas,
18050 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, followed by 7:30 p.m. meet-
ing. Reservations required. 305-725-7250.
Broward Urban RiverTrails: 5:30 p.m. meeting at SecretWoods Nature
Center, 2701 W State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-791-1030.
Ladies, Let's Go Fishing: Southeast Florida chapter
meets the second Wednesday of the month. 954-923-
3072;www.geocities.com/llgfsoutheastflorida.
Broward Shell Club: 7 p.m. meeting at the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. 954-296-5633.
Sierra Club Meeting: 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Fern Forest Nature Center,
201 Lyons Road South, Coconut Creek. No cost. 954-970-0150.

13, Thursday
Fort Lauderdale Boat Club: 8 p.m. meeting the second Thursday
of the month at local restaurants. 954-782-4968 or 954-920-9597.
Apr6s Plongee Dive Club: 7:30 p.m. meeting the second Thursday
of the month at Lighthouse Dive Center, 2507 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Pompano Beach. 954-782-1100.
Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at vari-
ous Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
Wendy Wyland Memorial Diving Meet: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. through
May 16 at Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, 501Seabreeze Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale. 954-663-9152.
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W State Road 84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per
class or 10 classes for $80. 954-791-1030.

14,Friday
Miami Yacht Club: 8 p.m. meeting the second Friday of the month,
1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877.
Riverwalk Get Downtown: 5-8 p.m. cocktail hour in the Plaza at
Las Olas, 333 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $20-$25.
Innovative Thinking for Tough Times: 7:30-9:30 a.m. workshop,
sponsored by the Leadership Business Council at the Tower Club ,
100 SE Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $35 non-members, $25
members. 561-729-6506.
Beginning Bridge Lessons: 9:30-11:30 a.m. every Friday at
Pompano Bridge Club, 180 SW Sixth St., Pompano Beach. $7 per
lesson. 954-565-3127.
Bridge Games: 12:30-3:30 p.m. daily except Sunday at St.
Demetrios Church, 815 NE 15th Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $6.
954-565-3127 or 954-304-3191.

15 Saturday
HospiceCare 14th Annual RegattalClam Bake: 11 a.m. race,
6-11 p.m. claim bake at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St.,
Fort Lauderdale. Food tickets: $75. 954-467-7423;
www.hospicecareflorida.org/regattaevents.php.
About Boating Safely: 8 a.m., sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary at 601 Sea Breeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $50.
954-895-9776.


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About Boating Safely: 9 a.m., sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary at Spanish River Park, 3939 N. Ocean Ave., Boca Raton.
Cost: $35. 561-391-3600.
About Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m., sponsored by the Coast Guard
Auxiliary at Miami Beach PAL Building, 999 11th St., Miami Beach.
Cost: $25. 305-428-2453.
Las Olas Wine & Food Festival: 7:30-10 p.m. along the 600-1000
blocks of East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $75.
954-524-4657.
Kayaking on the Middle River: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. kayak rentals week-
ends at the Island City Park Preserve, 823 NE 28th St., Wilton Manors.
Cost: $14 to $52. 954-781-0073; www.atlanticcoastkayak.com.
Intracoastal Boat &Walking Tours: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Deerfield
Island Park, 1720 Deerfield Island Park, Deerfield Beach. Cost: $6
per person. Reservations required. 954-360-1320.
ArtWalk: 7-10 p.m., meets at Comfort Zone Studio & Spa, 2028
Harrison St., Hollywood. 954-923-2030.

16, Sunday
Stiltsville, Key Biscayne & Cape Florida Lighthouse Boat Tour:
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., meets at Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne
Blvd., Miami; sponsored by the Historical Museum of Southern
Florida. Cost: $44 non-museum members. 305-375-1492.
Sunset Blue: 6-10 p.m.free jazz and blues music outdoors along Gait
Ocean Mile, 3300 block of Northeast 33rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.
Last show of the season. 954-306-6330 or 954-689-2344.
Green Dog Day Festival: noon to 5 p.m. dog activities, contests,
environmental displays and entertainment along Northeast 13th
Street, between Dixie Highway and the FEC railroad tracks, Fort
Lauderdale. Free. 954-205-7600.


17, Monday
Pompano Beach Offshore Anglers: 7:30 p.m. meeting on the third
Monday of the month at Galuppis Restaurant, 1103 N. Federal
Highway, Pompano Beach. http://fishing.meetup.com/97/about.
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W. State Road 84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per
class or 10 classes for $80. 954-791-1030.
Hollywood Garden Club: 7-9 p.m. meeting at Fred Lippman Multi-
Purpose Center, Room 11,2030 Polk St., Hollywood. 954-921-3404.
Knights of Pythias: 7 p.m. meeting, this fraternal, non-sectarian
group meets the third Monday of the month at Golden Glades Inn,
16500 NW Second Ave., North Miami. 954-680-3412.


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Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: noon bridge game Mondays at the
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace,
Fort Lauderdale. 954-761-1577.
18, Tuesday
IGFA School of Sportfishing: 7-10 p.m. class at the IGFA Fishing
Hall of Fame & Museum, 300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost:
$150 non-IGFA members, $100 members. 954-924-4340;
www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing-registration.aspx.
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 6:30-8:45 p.m. for advanced, begin-
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ners and intermediate players on Tuesdays at the
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, Holiday Park, 700
NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. 954-565-3127.

19, Wednesday
Miami Marine Council: noon to 1:30 p.m. at Rusty
Pelican Restaurant, 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway,
Key Biscayne. Cost: $25 members, $30 non-mem-
bers. 954-523-1004; www.miamimarinecouncil.com.
Solar Observing: 1-3 p.m. Wednesday at
Buehler Planetarium, Broward Community
College Main Campus, 3501 SW Davie Road,
Davie. No cost. 954-201-6681.
Support Group: 7 p.m. meeting for families and
friends of people with mental illness the first and
third Wednesday at Soref Jewish Community
Center, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation. 954-
472-8241.
20, Thursday
Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting
Thursday at various Fort Lauderdale locations.
954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
Miami Sport Fishing Club: 8 p.m. meeting the
first and third Thursday of the month at 1711 W.
38th Place, unit 1104, Hialeah. 305-885-1666.
Marina Mile Association: 8 a.m. meeting the
third Thursday of the month at Fort Lauderdale
Hampton Inn, 2301 SW 12th Ave., Fort
Lauderdale. 954-494-1900.
Eastern Shores Aventura Yacht Club: 7 p.m.
meeting the third Thursday of the month at various
locations in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
954-456-3536; www.esayc.com.
Third Thursday: 5-8 p.m. free admission and
activities at the Museum of Art, 1 E. Las Olas
Circle, Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-670-2828.

21, Friday
Broadwalk Friday Fest: 7-9 p.m. performance at
Hollywood Beach Theater, on Johnson Street and
the Broadwalk, Hollywood. Free. 954-921-3404.
Classic Cruise Night: 6-10 p.m. pre-1978 classic
car show on Hollywood Beach Broadwalk the
fourth Friday of the month. Cars must register at
Harrison Street in Hollywood to participate. Free
admission. 954-926-3377.
Single Gourmet: 7 p.m. Friday dinner and dances at
local upscale restaurants for singles. 954-723-9608.

22, Saturday
Miami Marine Flea Market: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
today and Sunday on Watson Island, Miami. Cost:
$7 visitors, $250 vendors. 305-461-2700;
www.miamimarinefleamarket.com.


Riverwalk Urban Market: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. green
market at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St.,
Fort Lauderdale. Runs Sundays through July 24.
Free. 954-205-9648.

23, Sunday
Boating Safety Program: 8:30 a.m. registration,
sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, at
Outoor World's Bass Pro Shop, 200 Gulf Stream
Way, Dania Beach. Cost: $50. 954-296-2303.
Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. break-
fast for International group of cruising sailors, in
the back room of the Egg & You Diner, 2621 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public wel-
come. 954-771-5660; www.ssca.org.
Dania Motorcar Expo: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dania
Jai Alai, 301 E. Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach.
954-560-5412; www.cruisinsouthflorida.com.
Jamming in the Park: 2-4 p.m. acoustic music
jam for the public at Secret Woods Nature Center,
2701 W State Road 84, Dania Beach. Free. 954-
791-1030.
Urban Gourmet Market: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. along
Las Olas Boulevard at Southeast 12th Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale. 954-462-4166 954-243-7180.
Bank of America Fiesta: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Latin
jazz brunch along Riverwalk on Southwest First
Avenue, Fort Lauderdale on the fourth Sunday of
the month. No cost. 954-527-0627.
24, Monday
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at
Secret Woods Nature Center, 2701 W State Road
84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per class or 10 classes
for $80.954-791-1030.

25, Tuesday
IGFA School of Sportfishing: 7-10 p.m. class at
the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum, 300
Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost: $150 non-
IGFA members, $100 members. 954-924-4340;
www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing-
registration.aspx.
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 6:30-8:45 p.m. for
advanced, beginners and intermediate players on
Tuesday at the Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club,
Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort
Lauderdale. 954-565-3127.
26, Wednesday
Hurricane Science Unleashed: A Panel
Discussion: 5:30 p.m. reception followed by 6
p.m. lecture with Dr. Lynn 'Nick' Shay speaking on
the atmospheric variables impacting hurricanes; at
the Rosenstiel School Auditorium, 4600
Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key Free.
305-421-4704.
Pompano Beach Offshore Anglers: meets 7:30
p.m. at Gallupi's Restaurant, located at the
Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course, 1103 N.
Federal Highway, Pompano Beach. 954-317-3532.


Full Moon Kayak Tour: 6:30-9 p.m., for ages 14
to adult, at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St.,
Hollywood. Advance registration required. Cost:
$35. 954-967-4644 or 954-328-5231.
Venture Sailing Club of South Florida: 7:30 p.m.
meeting at the Miami Yacht Club, 1001 Macarthur
Causeway, Miami. 305-860-8250, 954-340-4791.
West Palm Beach Fishing Club: 7 p.m. meeting
the fourth Wednesday of the month at the group's
clubhouse, 201 Fifth St., West Palm Beach. 561-
832-6780.

27, Thursday





Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting
Thursday at various Fort Lauderdale locations.
954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Monday and Thursdays at
Secret Woods Nature Center, 2701 W State Road
84, Dania Beach. Cost: $9 per class or 10 classes
for $80. 954-791-1030.
28, Friday
Dolphin Masters Invitational Kick-off &
Captain's Meeting: 6 p.m. at the Conch Republic
Seafood Co., 631 Greene St., Key West. Entry fee:
$750 per boat. 305-304-7674.
Florida Gold Coast Senior Circuit: Fort
Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, 501 Seabreeze
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale Beach. 954-468 5590.
Single Gourmet: 7 p.m. Friday dinner and dances
at local upscale restaurants for singles. 954-723-
9608.

29, Saturday
Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society: 9
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. boat rides and lighthouse tours,


meets at Sands Harbor Hotel, north dock, 125 N.
Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Cost is mem-
bership in the Society: $25 individual, $35 family
plus $15 boat transportation fee for non-mem-
bers.954-942-2102.
"Where the Boys Are" 50th Anniversary
Celebration: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. along Fort
Lauderdale Beach, State Road A1A and Las Olas
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Free.954-828-5346.
Riverwalk Urban Market: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. green
market at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St.,
Fort Lauderdale. Runs through July 24. Free. 954-
205-9648.

30, Sunday
Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. break-
fast for international group of cruising sailors, in
the back room of the Egg & You Diner, 2621 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public wel-
come. 954-771-5660; www.ssca.org.
Kayaking on the Middle River: 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. kayak rentals weekends at the Island
City Park Preserve, 823 NE 28th St., Wilton
Manors. Cost: $14 to $52. 954-781-0073;
www.atlanticcoastkayak.com.

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community-minded individuals to enjoy the pleasures of
food and wine while giving back to the community,
especially now, when there are so many Broward citizens in
need," said Dr. Jennifer O'Flannery Anderson, president &
CEO of United Way of Broward County. "This year's event
will surely be the best one yet! We have some fabulous
returning restaurants and many that are brand new to Fort
Lauderdale. We appreciate the leadership of Premier
Beverage in attracting some super, affordable wines guests
are sure to enjoy."


All proceeds will be directly invested in United Way of
Broward County's Community Investment Fund which
focuses on the three targeted Community Impact areas
of education, income and health. United Way partners
with other funders to identify the most important issues
and then invest in programs that produce long term
systemic change.
General admission tickets are available for only $60 in
advance and $75 at the door. VIP tickets are priced at
$100. For more information, contact Dianne
Maddalena at 954-462-4850 ext. 119 or by email at
dmaddalena@unitedwaybroward.org. To purchase
tickets, visit www.unitedwaybroward.org.
Sponsors include: Premier Beverage, Broward Health,
Comcast, First Path, Hays Companies, Holman Automotive
Group, Hyatt Regency Pier 66, JM Family Enterprises,
Lifestyle Magazine, Maroone, an AutoNation company,
Memorial Healthcare System and Publix Super Market
Charities.
United Way of Broward County is a volunteer driven,
community-based, non-profit organization with a mission
to focus and unite the entire community to create significant
lasting change that positively impacts people's lives.
UWBC is the catalyst for change and convener of
partnerships that unite the hearts, minds, and resources
within the Broward community.


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M I SR CDinghies BOATS Pages 21 Personal Wtrcraft
Powerboats Sailboats Charters Trailers

pO ANorth Brokward DOCKAGE Page 22 REAL ESTATE Pages 22-23
Central Broward Dade The Keys Commercial For Rentl apartments Storage BaIs Dirponlmmiunls
South Broward Palm Beach Out State Dry Storage Homes Lots Condominlnius


ABOVE BOARD CONTROLS, INC.
Installation & repair of all
controls & steering
Teleflex, M.M.C. Electric, Morse, Hynautic.
E-mail: alynnboat@aol.com
954-791-6382 941-423-6476
MOBILE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE- Periodic &
Troubleshooting, Mechanical, Electrical,
Pumps, etc. CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVC-
Exp'd, Honest, Reliable. (954) 608-1551
8'x4' WORK FLOATS for rent
$25 per day per float.
Free delivery.
Call 954-941-DOCK
SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE
V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336

SafelyMoored.com
Boat Training /Yacht Management & Maintenance
Ve are your one-stop shop for all your boating needs.
Our services include but are not limited to:
c Complete Boat Detailing tl Canvas/Upholstery
s; Hurricane Preparedness i Bottom Painting
I Management & Maintenance l A/C & Refrigeration
Z Captains for Hire/Deliveries 4 Hands on Boat Training
i Electronic Installation & Repair 6l Diving/Bottom Cleaning
Call us today! 888-361-BOAT
WWW.SAFELYMOORED.COM

/ YOUR BOAT / Bilges & Pumps
/ Batteries / Electric Panel what's on & off.
Look after your Dock Lines & Fenders,
/ A/C pump & Strainer, etc... /
Have Peace of Mind when you're away!
Call Hurtak Marine Inc. 954-483-3006


C&A Marine, Inc.
Specializing in Custom Work
One Stop Shop
29 Years Experience


NEPTUNE AIR CORP Sales, Service &
Installation- All Brands 1611 SW 2nd Avenue,
Ft Laud.,FL 33315 Call: 954-779-2510
MARINE A/C & REFRIG- Sales*Service*Parts
Excellent Rates for our new customers,
Special Discounts on vessels @ 70' & under.
Call 954-683-8112.




d isclaimer: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that
should not be based solely upon advertisements.
MARK ERCOLIN- Board Certified in
Admiralty & Maritime Law by the Florida Bar
2787 E Oakland Blvd, #205, Ft Laud 33306
954-792-5425 321-9157 fax:524-9464
Jeffery S Shapiro, Lawyer- "AV" rated board
certified civil trial lawyer. Boat Accidents.
1-866-86LEGAL 1-866-865-3425




CANVAS FACTORY- flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs. Mobile
truck will perform work at your site.
Call 954-781-1970.
BIMINI TOPS.ENCLOSURES*UPHOLSTERY*HEADLINERS
15 yrs Exp 954-771-5488
RFAST CANVAS The Marine Tailor. Bimini
Tops, Aft Tops, Stern Covers, Full Storage
Covers, Enclosures, Fly-Bridge Cushions,
Window Covers, Navy Tops, Dodgers,
Coamings. Call Hector or Ricky for a dockside
estimate 954-596-2279 or 305-807-0144
Marine Canvas continues next column

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of nautical artisans as they reach
thousands of waterfront homeowners,
hundreds of marine workplaces, and
major area boat shows each month in
the Waterfront News.
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BOAT CANVAS- We do all marine canvas
work from our trailer. 954-817-3942




All your marine canvas & upholstery needs
www.doronbcanvas.com
Office &Fax: 954-585-8222
Cell 954-701-0421
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3000 Ravenswood RD, Unit #6. Dania Beach
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(SfNCE 1967)
CUSTOM FIT YACHT & BOAT CANVAS
BRIDGE & BOAT TOPS
CUSHIONS & UPHOLSTERING

S Tel (954) 524-7841 1511 SW 1st AVE
FAX (954) 525-7841 FT LAUDERDALE, FL 33315


CANVAS FACTORY
Flybridge covers, Bimini tops,
Mooring covers & Repairs.
Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
Call 954-781-1970.




WAX MOBILE SERVICES- wash, compound &
wax. Call Alfredo at 954-651-5521
Corinne's Marine Service specializing in
Interior & Exterior boat cleaning and condos.
Over 20 yrs experience. Call 954-673-2099.
Boat Wash / Detailing from $1.oo/foot.
Experienced. Call 954-788-6584.
CLEANING SERVICES- Home, Office, Apt.
Honesty Experience Good References
Angela Barreiro & Miriam Cardenas 754-366-0864




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





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 #4601 26, Fort Laud., FL 33346
americanyachts@aol.com 954-540-5700


EAST COAST BOAT DETAILING- Wash, Wax,
Compound, Bottom Cleaning. 954-803-6238


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DUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE
Props*Shafts*Zincs*Bottoms
Monthly & bi-monthly service available
Complete underwater maintenance
Phone: (954) 964-0064
GOLD COAST DIVING bottom cleaning.zincs* props
*inspection. Ph: 561-347-7811* 954-914-1011
DR. ZINC DIVING, Inc. Monthly maintenance,
commercial diving. Visa & MC accepted.
Call 561-445-0462 305-522-3553
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Diving Services continued
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
UNDERWATER DETAILING
Bottom & Running Gear Inspections Cleaning
& Zinc Replacement
Competitive Rates Same Day Service.
Cell: 954-647-3988..............954-763-781 2
Underwater Boat Works Inc HULL CLEANING/
PROP SERVICE Zinc Replacement Hull
Inspections All major credit cards accepted.
Call 754-423-1346.
Professional, Affordable BOAT BOTTOM
CLEANING. Over 10 years experience. Zinc
replacement and prop change also available.
Call 954-254-7429.
Bottom Time Diving & Yacht Service Inc
Bottom cleaning, props changed, zincs. Over
14 yrs exp. Licensed & Insured.
Please, call 954-496-5045.














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FULLY LICENSED & INSURED
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A&A MARINE ELECTRIC SERVICE-
Diagnostic troubleshooting, Repairs & Replace-
ment, A/C & D/C Wiring. 954-415-9632
Bay Master Electronics, Inc.
See our ad on page 11. 954-491-0979
SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE
V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336

GOVAN Marine Co.
Electrical / Engineering
We are your full Service Company

954-560-6046




Bay Master Electronics, Inc.
See our ad on page 11. 954-491-0979
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CAPN & Digital Charts
AIS WiFi 'Cellular Amps
SatPhones: Iridium & Globalstar "'
HF SSB Radio & Pactor Modems
Wireless E-mail
SEATECH SYSTEMS
800.444.2581' 281.334.1174
info@sea-tech.com www.seatech.com





SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE
V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336
EAST COAST BOAT DETAILING- fiberglass
repair & gelcoat. 954-803-6238


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Captain Lanny Dixon (964) 623-7789
U.S.C.G. Licensed Master (964) 980-2919
25 years of local experience Ched< out the many other
Member: Ft. Laud. Boat Club services we offer at
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ALP's Mobile Marine Repair-
"I come to you. I fix it right the first time!"
All makes & models. Troubleshooting, Gas
Engine, Purchase Surveys, Electrical Repairs.
CallAnthony 954-973-1 135*954-258-9874

Supreme Marine'
& Export, Inc.
CERTIFIED MARINE TECHNICIANS '
Diesel & Gas Engine Service, Repairs & Sales 0
SRebuild, Installation,You Name It... We Do It
On-the-water Facility
Dockside Service Available
www.suprememarine.com ^
954-792-3431 info@suprememarine com






PLUMBING- Water/Fuel Systems
Service on: Heads
Hot Water Tanks Seacocks
Holding Tars k A/C Pumps
Bilge & Sump Exhaust
Replace Hoses Wipers 0
Ca// Hurtak Marine. Inc. 954-483-3006

Plumbing Pressuring Cleaning
Sewer & Drain Cleaning Driveways & Sidewalks
Camera Inspection Garage Doors
Clogged Drains Pool Areas
Toilet Repair Patios
Commercial & Residential
Call Richard for a free estimate... 964-937-7424
'We drain your pipes not your wallet"




DOCKSIDE Painting*Polishing*Varnishing &
Fiberglass. Get the best for less!
C. Blake 954-257-9896
SWISS WOODWORK INC Stripping-Repairingo
Refinishing of Furniture & Wooden Boat Parts
Call 954-978-2090.
Argentum Marine Services Inc- affordable
Dockside paint, fiberglass, varnish.
info@argentummarineservices.com 305-726-7360




RUBRAILS.COM Rub rails delivered and
installed anywhere. Call 1-877-287-6707.




RHODES MARINE SURVEYORS
Mark Rhodes, AMS / Senior Surveyor
Buyers, Insurance, Financial and Damage
Broward 954-946-6779.Stuart 772-398-0860
INSURANCE, BUYERS & FINANCIAL SURVEYS
Report same or next day. BOAT-US apprvd.
Darrell Brizendine. AMS/SAMS 954-524-8661
SAMS-Marine Surveyor-Steve Snider-AMS
prepurchase*insurance*financial surveys
Yachts-small craft. Visa/MasterCard
www.florida-boatsurvey.com 954-942-4803




ALUMINUM- Leaning Posts, T-Tops, Ladders,
Railings, Arches, Towers. New River Welding
& Fabrication. 3100 SR 84. 954-321-6174




WOOD-CHUCK WORKSHOP- custom yacht &
residential carpentry at Harbor Town Marina,
Dania Cut-Off canal. Call 954-922-3221.
Santos Mahogany engineered flooring 3" and
5" x 3/8" $2.95 sq ft. Open 6 days.
Enduracolor Hardwood Flooring,
1942 Tigertail Blvd, Dania Beach.
Call 954-922-9663.
Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies-
Premium Hardwoods Plywoods Veneers
Laminates @ 3301 S Andrews AV, Bay 8, FtL
954-522-1481 www.woodchiplumber.com
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gathering of nautical

artisans as they reach

thousands of waterfront

homeowners, hundreds of

marine workplaces, and

major area boat shows each

month in the Waterfront

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Yacht Management/ Boat Training
VW specialize in managing boats forowners who ish to have
Worry Free Boating experiences
t6 Complete management services
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Callus today! 888-361-BOAT
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Need work done on your boat?
We do all kinds of boat work & repair, specializing
in Interior Damage. We have a 200' hurricane
safe working dock on the fork of the New River,
full security. For absentee owners & yacht
brokers, we provide high quality maintenance &
hurricane protection. Our work & dockage prices
are half that of regular boatyard prices. Family
owned business for 25 years & excellent refs.






Corinne's Marine Service specializing in
Condominium and Interior/Exterior boat
cleaning Over 20 yrs exp. 954-673-2099
Pressure Cleaning
Start $125 for 1-story house-roof-floors
For Free Quote call Alfredo 954-651-5521
M/imi's Express Services
SCleaning Maintenance
* Boat House
* Condo Office
* Pressure Cleaning "-
Contact Mimi 954-709-6885
mimiexpress2@hotmail.com

S BULLDOG PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE
Licensed & Insured # G01136900005
Commercial Build Outs
Complete Home Renovations
Roofing Pressure Cleaning Painting Popcorn Ceilings
Flooring & Window Treatments
Landscaping, Tree Trimming, Lawn Maint.
Free Estimates 954-292-0458
Serving Dade, Broward & Palm Beach





SAccordians Protection
SShutters LLC
Custom-made
Accordion Shutters
Laminated Impact Glass
Tempered Glass
Licensed & Insured Alejandro
CC #02-10679-AE-X 954-303-0629






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It's Time to Treat for Weeds
10% Off First Time Customers
Lawns, Shrubs, Trees, Palms
Inside Pest Control, Rodent Control
FUNGUS TREATMENTS WEED SPRAY
Office: 954-321-8391
Fax: 954-321-8327
E-mail: JKApest@aol.com


Yacht repair facility seeks REFINISHER with
fiberglass, gelcoat, Imron & Awlgrip exp. Min 5
yrs. Health Ins & 401K avail. 954-239-4206




Raisi Lucki, please contact Frank Lucki at
(347) 824-9826





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ALL GRADES OF ALUMINUM LEAD BATTERIES
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Stainless Steel Electric Motors Rims
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in its 2010 Boat Parade,
the kick-off event
for the Fort Lauderdale
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SAILING DINGHY- 1 2' w/trailer, fiberglass,
also 5 HP motor. Needs minor work.
305-651-3831




Engines & Generators for sale
YACHT FITTERS 954-768-9797
Joel's Outboard Marine Dockside service
www.JoelsOutBoardMarine.net 954-763-7729




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KohlereOnan*Westerbeke 954-415-9632
Generators & Engines for sale
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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.


DEEPWATER LHP- water/elec., min to ocean,
up to 55', NFB, no Ivbd. Call 954-786-1442.
LHP- NFB, 15 min to inlet, 120' Brock dock
available, 35'-55' minimum, water/electric.
Very secure private home. 954-270-4704
16,000 LB Hoist at home deep V or Cat. May
1st. Secure w/fence & lock. 586-615-6838
NE POMPANO (Harbor Village)- access boat
to 35', elec, whips, security lights, 1/2 blk to
ICW. $1 0/ft/mo. No Lvbd. 954-782-071 8
LHP- Quiet, secure, NFB, Water/Elec. $300 to
30': 30'+ $10/ft. No Lvbd. 954-732-0827
Pompano- 5 min to inlet, wtr/elect, no wake,
parking, 12' beam, no Ivbd.
$295, FIRST MONTH FREE. 954-682-6673
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RIO VISTA- deepwater, no Ivbd. Wtr/Elec, Up
to 60'. Caretaker avail. 954-524-7228
N Fk New River @5 ST- 180' dock, gated, no
Ivbd. NFB, long term only. Ph 954-873-7273
BRAND NEW DOCKS on Las Olas Blvd up to
90'. 8 slips avl. No Lvbd. Jim 954-525-5268
LAS OLAS ISLES- only minutes to Ocean, up
to 95' yacht (2) 50 amp service elec &
water, also yacht maintenance available. No
Ivbd. Contact: John Rubano 954-523-7007.
NEW RIVER to 45': Elec/wtr/phone/dpwtr
ocean access 814-384-9399*81 4-840-4024
ISLE of VENICE up to 50', 1 O0amp.
Fred 954-295 6413 fred0531@aol.com
Docks411 .com Dock agents.
MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area Private Quiet
Water Location No fixed bridges pump-out
9' MLW up to 100' Wi-Fi 50/100 amp
Call Eddie 954-467-8220.
S FORK NEW R- E of i95. NFB. New dock &
pilings, to 50'. no Ivbd. Call 954-524-5975.
LAUD-BY-THE-SEA: up to 260' dock available
Wtr/Elec. No Lvbds. 585-330-3254
S LAS OLAS ISLES- new 100' dock, deep wtr,
wide canal w/ turn basin, up to 90' boat,
No live-aboards. Call 678-779-6971.
Ft Lauderdale Docks For Rent
Minutes to Intracoastal & ocean access Port
Everglades Inlet, No fixed bridges, Slips up to
8' deep water, fits up to 45' width 14',
Flex terms, electric & water available
Call 561-676-0342.
PREMIER DPWTR DOCK- 12'draft So New River,
30/50 amp, NFB, flex rate. 954-376-2221
LIVE-ABOARD Secluded dockage near ICW,
reasonable rates, telephone & cable.
Coconut Bay Resort. Call 954-563-4229.
LIVEABOARD dockage on 20th AV, Middle
River. Call Dockfinders 954-771-2680.
BEST LOCATION IN BROWARD- BRAND NEW
DOCK in Rio Vista area Up to 38'.
3 minutes from ocean. $375/month.
Call 954-583-9625.
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CORAL RIDGE Country Club-
up to 85', deepwater, wide canal,
quiet canal, 50 amp/water, no Ivbd.
954-628-6080


NORTH FORK NEW RIVER
Shaded Liveaboard/Storage*Pool*Laundry
Clubroom*Bath/ShowereAmple Parking
Up to 58' Cable Phone Pump-outs
30/50amp.Storage LockerseGarage Workshops
S(954) 523-7440


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ALL AREAS ALL SIZES

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MIDDLE RIVER near Galleria Mall. Up to 80'.
Deepwater. NFB. Secure, private parking.
Water/Electric. Call 954-494-0615
LAUD ISLES- HURRICANE SAFE, up to 45'
W/E, No Lvbd. $300/month. 954-585-1001
BROKERS ONLY: 145' dpwtr dockage, Ocean
access, NFB, near downtown Ft Lauderdale.
H20 & 50 AMP included. Call 954-761-3333.
BAYVIEW- to 50+', deep draft, NFB, wide
canal off ICW, secure prvt entr, parking.
Call 954-537-7754.
LVBD to 45' Good Hurricane Hole, $550/mo
+ elec, phone, cable, on shore bath/shower,
wash/dry, free WIFI. Call 954-817-1246.
HENDRICKS ISLE- Sail up to 42' bathroom/
shower & laundry facilities, patio, nice grounds,
two-car parking, no pets, non-smoker.
Call 954-467-8371.
N FK NEW RIVER. 36' dock. Storage/Wtr/Elec
NFB. No Ivbd. $225 or $6/ft. 773-868-6666
CITRUS IS- dpwtr, no fxd bridges, water, elec,
up to 40'. No Ivbd. 954-467-3817
NEW RIVER- 150' deepwater- 70' to 100'
50/100 amp. Reasonable. 954-797-8915
DPWATER 6.5' ShadedeQuietePrvteSecure.
43' Hurricane hole. Lg term pref. $550 with
water/cable/WIFI. Elec xtra. 954-523-2725
Avocado Isle- 6' draft- NFB, New dock,
water, elec. $375.oo/mo. 954-522-0089
BOAT SLIP FOR RENT- South side of New
River, just West of the 7th Ave (Marshall)
Bridge), 777 SW 6th Street, Ft Lauderdale,
FL 33315. Up to 45', draft 5' at low tide,
soft bottom. No live-aboard. Elec. at slip.
Price between $325-$375 negotiable.
954-336-7767.cell:954-651-4361 George orMike
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER 4-Plex- Large G/F
2/2 inc. studio w/ ensuite. Small poll on
dock, central air, well maintained property,
adult bldg. $1020/mo. Possible dock option
to 36'. Call 905-786-2467.
CITRUS ISLEs- dpwtr, NFB, up to 50', wtr/
elec. No Lvbds. monthly/yearly $400/mo.
Call James 954-257-4377.
65' Dock in Fort Lauderdale (Up New River)
Good location, near 95, across from Marina
Bay, nice home. Call 954-907-5622.
CITRUS ISLE point lot, DP, NFB, elec/h2o,
parking. No Ivbd. $425/mo. 954-547-7976
Want shared dock for 21' Duffy@$10/ft
Need 30 amp/water nearest 1 7th St Bridge
Call 954-336-6644.
FT LAUD- New River SW, elec/water, NFB,
secure, up to 40'. Call 954-523-0923.
BAYVIEW- 1/2 mi to Bch. NFB. Dpwtr.
36'xl 5' Lvbd or Storage incl Elec, Water.
Bath-Laundry-BBO. Call 954-973-4981.
Prvt Dock SE 15th St 5 minutes to ocean. Up
to 38 ft. No Ivbd. $400. Call 954 603-7373.
NEW RIVER deepwtr ocean access, wtr/elec,
no Ivbd, secured fenced yard, wide river
great for catamarans. Call 954-764-6674.
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER- up to 70', cats up
to 30' beam, NFB, elec & water, no Ivbds.
Call 954-527-0902.
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DANIA CUT-OFF MARINA DISTRICT APTS
25-60' $10-$1 2/ft. No brdgs, 50amp 220v
water parking, no Ivbd. (954)966-6564
DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL, no brdgs, 80-150'
3-phase 277/480 power. 954-804-1442
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Conveniently located across from the Dania Beach Pier
42 permanent dock slips and 50 floating dock slips.
Rental Rates- Floating Dock: $350 per month
Permanent Dock: $575 per month
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CABLE MARINE-
East yard (40-ton lift).......... (954)462-2822
West yard (80-ton)............ (954) 587-4000
1st PERFORMANCE MARINA- 5 minutes to
Port Everglades inlet, 954-763-8743
V & G Yachtworks, Dania Cut-off Canal,
No Bridges to Ocean. 954-925-6336
PLAYBOY MARINE- ocean access, no bridges
www.playboymarine.com 954-920-0533
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MARATHON SALE or RENT 65x21x6 w/tiki
parking/gated 325K/900 mo 303-877-9299
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WAREHOUSE 1150 Sq Ft with Office & 10'
Overhead door. $1,200/mo 275 SW 33 St.
Near Ft Lauderdale Int'l Airport & Port
Everglades south of State Road 84.
If you have any questions, please call:
954-467-8371
Ft. Laud.- 1,875 SF office/warehouse by
South Andrews Avenue & 1 7th St Cswy
near Broward General Hosp. & Port Ever.
Clean, nice improvements from previous
tenant. $1,200/mo +tax. 340-514-5281


DANIA CUT-OFF MARINA DISTRICT APTS
25-60' $10-$1 2/ft. No brdgs, 50amp 220v
water parking, no Ivbd. (954)966-6564
NORTH FORK NEW RIVER 4-Plex- Large G/F
2/2 inc. studio w/ ensuite. Small pool on
dock, central air, well maintained property,
adult bldg. $1020/mo. Poss dock option to 36'.
Call 954-467-6326 or 905-786-2467.
NE FT LAUDERDALE, Poinsettia Heights.
$650/mo. 1st, last & security.
$1950 to move in, 1 yr lease.
1-bedroom- unfurnished, all tile, terrazzo
floors, 2 AC + ceiling fans. Quiet back apt,
walk-in closet, small kitchen, like new
appliances, lots of windows, close to every-
thing. Free DTV, pay own electric, internet
access, if needed. Call Bob 954-763-3457.


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with ocean-access listings throughout the area
For Sale: Deep Water, Ocean Access, NFB.
Affordable Properties priced
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For Rent: Dockage also available for rent.
All types of properties available.
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# Waterfront Property?
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with Il ivan Really established 1924
"I live on and sell waterfront property!"
(954) 258-5900 Toll Free: 1-888-806-0621
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Investments
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Your Florida Lifestyle Realtor!
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Beautiful Views, with Dockage
Bring your boat, up to 45', no bridges. Superbly
remodeled 1BR&bath well maintained, impact
glass, Old Florida Style community. Walking
distance to Beach, Dining & Shops. $155,000
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ROBERT P. GARGANO
& Associates, Realtors -
(954) 462-5770
www.garganorealty.com


Secializing In Waterfront Real Estate *
giving an working on the Jew Kiver

LAS OLAS ISLES- DEEPWATER DUPLEX- Two spacious 21
2 units- each occupies an entire floor. 3 docks for up to 47'
boat with 15' beam, one with boat lift. Oversized 2-car garage
+ 10 add'I parking spaces. Balcony overlooking pool in private
tropical setting. Was-$i4O6,0... NOW$949,000.
DEEPWATER- NO FIXED BRIDGES- Citrus Isles 2/2 with
bonus room. Light, bright & cheerful home with central air,
newer tile roof & nicely landscaped yard. 60' of waterfront.
BEST BUY $379,000.
WATERFRONT DUPLEX- 2BR/2BA approx. 1,200 Sq Ft on
each side. 75' waterfront, no fixed bridge, ocean access canal
Offers Considered. Price slashed $200K! Now $499,900.
CITRUS ISLE DUPLEX FOR SALE- Deepwater duplex on
wide canal with 75' on the water, can accommodate deep draft
vessel. Two 2/2 units approx. 1,250 sq ft each, one side just
remodeled. Carport $499,000.
CITRUS ISLE0P I Fixel 2-bdrm home
on 60' of water m l Riv N ile & Freshly
Painted Plus La.ity L a i ow $389,000.
FT LAUDERDALE BEACH- 2/1 corner condo in charming,
gated, Deco-style low rise building. Steps to the beach &
Intracoastal Waterway. Great Price -Only $136,000.
NEW RIVER- Reduced. Watch the yachts go by from this 3/2
home directly on the New River with 80' of waterfront, ocean
access, NFB. Great Value.
Was99 000. NOW $820,000.
CROISSANT P l 3 /, 1o sq major expan-
sion & remodel iIkan car g g /alkto shop-
ping & elements o0 $323,900.
2 PLATTED BUILDING LOTS- 83'x100' each, one Waterfront,
one Dry Lot. Lots are contiguous- So Buy one or both! Near
Downtown, off South Fork New River.$360K Wet I $260K Dry.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH area-.
Country living- bring the horse & ATV.
Quail Roost Ranches: 2.5-acre vacant lot. $46,000.
*4.3-acre vacant lot. $76,000.

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):
*1/1 Pool & canal view New paint & carpet.. $139,000.
*1111/2 Direct New River view..... REDUCED $186,000.
2/2 Corner, nepairtkapt.................. $187,600.
2/2 Panoramic tennis/canal view................. $189,900.
212 Corner with washer/dryer, laminate....... $229,000.
2/2 Completely remodeledS L ew River, canal & city. $230,000.
2/2 Panoramic Riverfront View great buy!.. $239,900.
2/2 Remodeled, pool/garden/canal view & covered pkg. $246,000.
2/2 Top Floor, Gorgeous Kitchen & view.... $249,900.
2/2 Direct New River & Pool view................ $296,000.
2/2 Completel remodelliCItlw River & pool view. $329,900.
2/2 Corner, 1500sfapttlpmda teled, pool view. $338,600.
2/2 corner, 1500 sq t, river view, covered parking. $339,000.
212 Corner, largest model, beautiful new kitchen, covered pkg.$339,600.
312 Rare 3-bdrm corner remodeled canal view. $246,000.
RIVER REACH RENTALS
1-Bedroom $900-$1,160/month.
2-Bedroom............................. $1,060-$1,600/month.
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