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J U LY 2011 Y EA R 2 ISSUE E 1


Lobster mini-season draws those in 'for the sport'


Waterfront Times Writer

Wanna get your claws on the freshest spiny lob-
sters Mother Nature has to offer? Catch 'em yourself
during spiny lobster mini-season from Florida's coral
reefs or sponge flats.
"Walk in from the beach or go out on a boat. It's
all about the primal need people have to catch their
own dinner," said Steve D'Apuzzo, of Lighthouse Point.
D'Apuzzo, owner of Scuba Network stores and
training centers, said he always gets a thrill when peo-
ple come up from a dive super excited with enough
catch to share with family or friends.
"Those lobsters are definitely the sweetest ones
they will ever eat," D'Apuzzo said.
Sport mini-season for the clawless creatures also
known as rock lobster or "bugs," begins 12 a.m.,
Wednesday July 27 and ends midnight Thursday, July 28.
Officer Jorge Pino, of the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission, said mini-season gives lob-
stering amateurs a chance to catch the yummy crus-
taceans before regular commercial and recreation sea-
son begins in August.
Annually, about 5.5 million spiny lobsters -
named for their sharp, short spines along the back of
the body and tail - get plucked from Florida waters
during the regular season Aug. 6 to March 31. Pino said
it's not possible to calculate exactly how many are cap-
tured during the two-day sport event, but he knows for
sure that it attracts a sea of humans.
"You can see with your eyes much higher numbers
of boats and divers in the water than during any other
weekend," said Pino, FWC's public information officer.
Before anyone goes into the water, Pino warned,
they should know the rules.
A saltwater fishing license with a crawfish permit
stamp is mandatory. Only six can be caught per day in
Monroe County and Biscayne National Park; 12 per
day can be harvested in the rest of Florida. Egg-bearing
females cannot be taken. All catches must be measured
in the water and only those with a 3-inch or longer
carapace can be harvested.
"But the dos and don't of mini-season start before
you even leave your house," Pino said.
All diving, snorkeling and boating equipment


should be inspected to ensure proper operation. Pino
said too many people head to the ocean first and then
discover problems that could cost lives.
Common mistakes include going out without
enough gas in the boat or air in the scuba tank.
Lobster hunters, whether they scuba dive or snorkel
for their catch, should use appropriate dive flags to let
boaters know their location. Boaters must idle engines
within a 300-foot circumference from dive flags.
Oh, and drinking alcohol is a bad idea.
"Alcohol qualifies as another major issue and
those individuals who choose to consume it and impair
their abilities should not operate a boat and certainly
should not be in the water," Pino said. "Don't let the
day end in tragedy."
In 2009, five people died in mini-season accidents


in south Florida waters. Last year one death was
reported. Hundreds of violation tickets are issued -
mostly for taking more lobster than allowed.
Pino said extra law enforcement officers will be
stationed at ramp locations, on vessels and in under-
cover positions.
Jeanne Autry, vice president of South Florida
Women Divers, said most members will stay home July
27 and 28 even though they agree that lobster from
stores or restaurants never seem to taste better than
those they catch themselves.
"We do a lot of lobstering and it is a lot of fun but
we avoid mini-season. It's too much of a party, too
many amateurs," said Autry.
Autry said catching the critters is difficult. Spying
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This is the correct way to measure a spiny lobster carapace but it shows that the carapace is less than three inches long - a clear
violation of lobster harvest rules.


State banks on bass to bring economic benefit


Waterfront Times Writer

After an awful lot of work, Florida has produced a
long-term bass management plan that will take a lot of
time and expense before all of it's fully realized.
Even without naming a price that can't be guessed
yet, such a plan in these hard economic times might
draw a reaction like this: All that for fun? Why now?
Why at all?
Those may seem like good questions to business-
minded Floridians who don't do fishing, or realize that
the Florida largemouth bass is not just a fish but also a
valuable industry to which other Floridians and con-
siderable tourists are passionately devoted.
It brings in money. It makes jobs.
In other words, it's good business to invest in
enhancing the freshwater portion of what's arguably
the best year-around warm water fishery in the west-
ern hemisphere.
We're usually skeptical when economic impact
arguments we can't really verify are made in favor of


anything, but that sort of material can be persuasive
where the dollars would come from.
Thus in June, the state Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission adopted the Black Bass
Management Plan with a heavy emphasis on econom-
ic benefits.
The executive summary gets right at that with fig-
ures from 2006, apparently the latest year for which all
the data are available:
"In 2006, anglers enjoyed more than 14 million
days fishing for this premier sport fish in Florida.
Moreover, they generated approximately $1.25 billion
in economic impact for Florida communities and sup-
ported approximately 12,000 jobs.
"Trophy Florida largemouth bass are a huge draw to
resident anglers, tourists from around the globe and tour-
naments, while fisheries with high catch rates of quality
bass, and fisheries with relatively rare shoal, spotted and
Suwannee basses have an appeal of their own."
It also appeals to civic vanity, citing bigger-than-
Florida catches in California and Japan of bass import-


ed from Florida. A state wishing to be known as bass
capital of the entire world can't hold still for that.
Some of the ideas in the plan are for fishing access
improvements that we wish would happen tomorrow if
not sooner. They can't, but they can be made to hap-
pen pretty soon-as government time goes - if they're
given priority.
Our short-term favorite is for FWC to go partners
with water management districts, other government
agencies and private landowners to bring public access
to good fishing waters where there's little or no access
now. Here's a quotation:
"The Small Lakes Management Committee (FWC)
has identified a list of candidate lakes in each region,
which are less than 1,000 acres that are without public
access and have adjoining public land where access
could be provided...
"Florida has 7,700 lakes, but there is only public
access to approximately 550 lakes. Many of the lakes

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Snook's no-keep season sticks on the Gulf Coast


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Remember your first
keeper-size snook? I caught
mine at Rabbit Key pass near
Chokoloskee, and never got
over it - partly because that
was only my second snook
ever and partly because a
',. long time passed before I
S. learned how to find and catch
them except by luck.
Of course I kept that fish. The minimum size was 18
inches. Mine measured 20-plus. A better fisherman than
I was could have caught more and kept four that day.
Those were Florida's snook regulations, all of them,
when I caught that fish in 1968. The 18-inch minimum
had been enacted in '53 and the four-fish limit in '57.
Young folks, those were the good old days.
The annual fretting binge over tinkering with sea-
sons, slot limits and all that didn't begin until the
1980s. Before that decade, Florida trusted us fishing-
doers to regulate ourselves where sizes and quantities
were concerned.
We did a lousy job of it, with population growth and
other factors increasing the pressure on most of our pop-
ular saltwater fish. Over the last three decades, when vir-
tually every species got covered by size and bag limits,
their populations still declined wherever documentation
were attempted.
What about enforcement, you ask? Don't make me
laugh. This is serious.
Wake up now in the year 2011, when you have to be
able to read, not just count, to comply with the rules.
Snook aren't everywhere. The most you ever saw were
in floating, bloating masses, killed by double-barrel
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more so on the Gulf coast and Keys and Everglades
National Park, where the kill was much worse than on
the Atlantic side. When the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission met last month at St.
Augustine, it took the advice of its own research staff to
keep the lid on:
No keeping snook of any size on the Gulf side until
Aug. 31, 2012. By then, we should have the benefit of
another scientific stock assessment to guide the FWC's
next new regulations.
On the Atlantic side, the looser restrictions imposed
after the kill are staying in effect. That's catch and release
until Sept. 1. From Sept. 1 to Dec. 15, we can keep one
snook a day per person in a tight size bracket of 28-32
inches (the slot), measured from lips to tail fork. We'll
also retain the existing spring harvest season in the east
from Feb. 1 through May 31.
Quite a lot of people don't think continuing the Gulf
coast shutdown is the best idea, but plenty seem willing
to accept it just in case the loss of snook was worse
instead of better than it looked a year-and-a-half ago.
We know this because the Snook Foundation, which
sticks up vigorously for that species, polled members and
non-members between May 27 and June 5 to help the
fishing' commission make its decision on the 9th.
The foundation received 604 responses and posted
graphic charts to document post-kill fishing and catching
patterns that respondents reported.
It also posted 599 commentaries, most of them
thoughtful. That indicates a stronger than casual interest
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bad the kill was, even within the same region. Here are
a few examples:
"Snook fishing for mature fish on Tampa Bay has
been going down hill (since) long before the freeze!
Hopefully one day soon we'll realize how much more
valuable the resource is than selling the fishery to our
clients or gloating around a tournament weigh-in, the
dock, or cleaning table like a bunch of banty roosters"-
guide Nick Winger.
"Snook populations in Tampa Bay are definitely on
the rebound. For a year-and-a-half I backed off snook
trips completely. Now I am targeting snook once again...
Numbers are still down a bit, but the quality of catches
is a lot better. We are not boating near as many dinks and
we are catching more slot size snook, as well as over slot
size breeder snook." -guide Sean Hagen.
"I can take anyone who wants to see hundreds of
snook on any good tide in St. Petersburg. I cannot tell
that any dip or loss of fish population [occurred] in
the Saint Petersburg area. I did see dead fish when it
was cold but I do not believe it hurt the population
here." - Anonymous (respondents were not asked to
sign comments).
Of five alternative plans considered by the FWC
staff, the chosen "bi-coastal" choice with one set of rules
for the Gulf, Keys and Everglades National Park and
another for the Atlantic coast, received the next-to-least
support from poll respondents. Only 11.2 percent favored
it, likely because 66.2 percent of them fish primarily in
those waters.
The largest percentage, 37.75, preferred going
back now to the last calendar of seasons, with keepers
allowed beginning on Sept. 1 this year, closing again
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management, lake management, and plant manage-
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access could provide new opportunities for black
bass anglers."
It would take a long time to do that with 7,000-
plus lakes, but there must be some where uncomplicat-
ed circumstances and agreeable land owners make it
possible to grade a simple trail, boat ramp and parking
area pretty soon.
Another good idea with quick-realization
prospects is in the works already, meant to make
it easy to find public fishing access at ramps, piers
and shorelines. A database map is being created to
show all those places - with on-site verifications
so fishing-doers won't drive for hours to find
unexpected problems. The information will be
shown on mapping software with links to other
relevant information.
We've space here for only a taste of what's in the
long-term plan. Read it in full at the FWC website:
http://myfwc.com/fishing/freshwater/black-bass.


FWC research biologists are asking Gulf coast
anglers for help with a snapper survey that's meant to
document survival information for red snapper that are
caught and released.
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where you click on the Recreational Fisheries link
and then the article "FWC Enlists Anglers to Assist
Reef Fish Studies."
FWC reports that previous surveys found about 60
percent of released red snapper survive - not a great
rate, but good for reminding us to be gentler. If we're
releasing fish, there's no sense yanking the hook out
and literally throwing them back injured and vulnera-
ble to predators.
Holding the fish overboard so it won't fall on your
deck or the ground, use a release tool to let it go. We also
recommend flattening the barbs of your hooks.
As long as you're catching snapper, look for fish
wearing orange or yellow tags near their dorsal fins.
There's a number on the tag. Make a note of that. Add the
date, time and place where you caught the fish, its length,
what your bait was and whether you kept the snapper or
freed it. Don't remove the tag if you let the fish go.
When you get home, give all that info to FWC. You
can look up how to do it at the same website research
page mentioned above.


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NOAA Fisheries Service turned down a petition
from Wild Earth Guardians to list the biggest grouper
as threatened or endangered. The petition didn't pres-
ent adequate scientific or commercial evidence to jus-
tify the requested listing under the Endangered Species
Act, NOAA reported in the Federal Register on June 1.
Goliaths are not without protection from over-fish-
ing. Coastal states from North Carolina to Texas already
forbid harvesting goliaths, and those caught in federal
waters can't be kept either.
The Fisheries Service found that Atlantic bluefin
tuna are not threatened or endangered either, but des-
ignated them as a species of concern, putting them on
a "watch list."
The decision is supposed to be reconsidered by
early 2013, when a new stock assessment is expected
from the International Commission for the
Conservation of Atlantic tunas, or ICCAT. More infor-
mation also is expected then about the effects on tuna
of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.


The public can chime in until July 25 on a new
grouper management plan being prepared by the
NOAA Fisheries Service. The project is expected to be
significant to both recreational and commercial fishing
for gag, red and other grouper types.
It includes plans for rebuilding the diminished gag
stock, changing the bag and size limits and fishing sea-
sons for gag and red grouper and their actions.
To study the plan in its present form and
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Islander named Mi Sirena (Latin for My Mermaid).
How did come to take on the
The boat is my second project boat. The first was a
1966 Cal 30. On Mi Sirena, all the systems from the engine
to plumbing and electrical have been rebuilt. Now starts
the easy part - the carpentry.
How' have you been
Forty-six years. After moving back to Southern
California when I was 16, one day I was riding my bike
down by the marina in Long Beach and some guy asked if
I wanted to learn how to sail. It turns out he needed a
hand for a race. I have been told the best way to learn to
sail is to race. So I ended up racing on a Cal 20 for years and
learning how to sail or else!

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San Juan Islands down to and including weekend trips to
Catalina and the Channel Islands.
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through the Panama Canal and cruised Roatan, Honduras,
Mexico. On the way back to the states I had to hole up at
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Amphibians

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Waterfront Times Admiralty Columnist

While writing this, I reviewed
photos from the annual Mount Dora
Antique Boat Festival. The actual festi-
val takes place in the neighboring
town of Tavares, on the shores of Lake
Dora, during the last weekend in
March. It is certainly the place to be if
you're a fan of antique motor vessels
made before the invention of the term,
"mega-yacht."
Naturally, the festival included a
wide number of wood planked vessels
that would satisfy most lovers of oiled
and varnished teak and mahogany. But
my favorite section consisted of craft
from the late 1940s to the early '70s,
coming from what might be called the
"modern art" school.
Then, both cars and boats were
often designed to have an outer space
"Jetson"-like quality that included
sweeping body details like superfluous
fins and lighting, bubble shaped
Plexiglas and of course, chrome plating.
You might recall that many cars of
this period, particularly Cadillacs, are
often referred to as "boats." So imagine
a boat that looked very much like a
Cadillac. In fact, I saw several vessels
from this period that could be best
described as a Chevy Bel Air or Ferrari
with keels.
In keeping with the whimsical
nature of these designs were some
unique innovations embracing the futur-
istic optimism of that time.
One was the Amphicar.
As you might guess from the name,
the Amphicar functioned as both a boat
and an automobile. These remarkable
machines were made in Germany from
1961 to '68. Essentially they had a uni-
body structure with a sealed chassis and
were powered by a four cylinder
Triumph engine.


When the Amphicar was driven
into the water, the driver/pilot
would initiate a gear lever to start
the unidirectional twin props located
at the stern/rear of the craft. While
in the water, the front wheels acted
as the rudders.
As interesting as the mechanical
aspects of this combination car/boat
remain, the legal implications are equal-
ly fascinating.
First, how would such a con-
veyance be titled and registered? As
might be expected, proud Amphicar
owners were more than willing to talk at
the festival.
One owner explained that the
Amphicar receives two titles in Florida
as both a boat and an automobile, along
with two separate registrations.
If you encounter an Amphicar
owned by a Florida resident, you'll see
"FL" boat numbers on its sides and a
standard auto tag on the rear. You may
also see a funny bumper sticker, but that
won't have any legal significance.
Amphicar owners also tend to
maintain duel boat and auto insurance
policies and keep memberships in both
an auto club and a vessel towing serv-
ice. Maintaining duel insurance is prob-
ably a good thing since the owners I
spoke with also seemed aware that,
while slight, there's always a possibility
of someone (particularly for salvage or
storage) attempting to place a federal
maritime lien on the craft.
Despite the mechanical and legal
complications, did owners of the
amphibious craft feel the time and
expense was worth the trouble? The
answer seems to be a definite, "Yes!"
At this year's festival, I counted no
fewer then 10 Amphicars. They had
driven there under their own power, and
then spent most of the weekend driving

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Waterfront Times Columnist

In the spring Bertram celebrated its
50th anniversary at the Biscayne Bay
Marriott. I attended the "blast to the
past" along with over 300 SOBs (Sons of
Bertram) owners, employees, dealers
and vendors.
About 20 Bertram owners displayed
their boats at the Sea Isle Marina while
two fully restored Bertram 20s were
parked at the hotel entrance. Following
the boat display, Bacardi cocktails were
served on the docks. There's nothing like
a free mojito to get me off my beer diet.
The dinner at the Marriott was
excellent. At first I was worried that I
might have to call room service as the
beginning of the buffet table had various
kinds of fish. I did not go away hungry.
Also the Bacardi Girls had dressed for
dinner and passed out Cuba Libres.
The following morning most of the
owners met at Government Cut for an
offshore Bimini Start, headed for a big
reception at the Bimini Big Game Club.
No one invited me.
As it turned out, only a few boats
continued on to Bimini. Most of the
boats just went out for the photo op and
returned. I watched them leave the
marina from my hotel room. I could also
see a large thunderhead let loose at the
entrance to Government Cut.
Upon returning to the docks the
very wet first mate of Cara Mia, a 57
Bertram, reported that the start was
spectacular. After passing through the
downpour, they looked back to see a
perfect rainbow. Forest Johnson,
Bertram's photographer and master of
ceremonies for this event, was strapped
into a helicopter filming the Bimini start.
Cara Mia won the award for the
most "pristine" Bertram. Several boats
won awards in other categories, includ-
ing a 31 Moppie for the oldest boat.


Richard Bertram, who passed away
almost 11 years ago to the day of this
event, was represented by his son
Morgan, who addressed the audience
with stories of his father and Bertram
Yacht. A good history of Bertram can be
found in "The Legend of Bertram" by
David A. Patten and Jeffrey L.
Rodengen. The book was created to
commemorate the 40th anniversary of
Bertram Yacht. I carried my copy along
for the weekend and by making a pest of
myself, I was able to get many of the
SOBs to sign my book.
Among them was Hans Kux who
was recruited from Germany along with
several others as part of the original pro-
duction crew. He's still there. Hans was
honored for his 50 years at Bertram with
a special watch bearing the Bertram logo
on the back.
The celebration actually began
earlier this year at the Miami
International Boat Show where
Bertram owners, friends and past
employees were invited to record their
Bertram story for the archives. Those
who submitted a written story or video
interview were placed in a drawing to
win a fishing trip to Guatemala.
There have been about 20 presi-
dents over the years at Bertram includ-
ing Werner Kuhnke who was in the orig-
inal production group along with Hans
Kux. Werner left Bertram and worked
for the dealer Richard Bertram.
Bertram is a division of the Ferretti
Group. I had hoped to meet Norberto
Ferretti at the event and impress him
with my command of the Italian lan-
guage. However, he was not present. It's
just as well because I only command
about 20 words. In case he does read
this article, I'd like to point out that I'm
studying Italian and would gladly accept
a position as direttore.
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SNOOK
The opposite extreme, to close the season pending
results of a scheduled scientific stock assessment in
2012, then reopen that year on Aug. 31, was picked by
29.3 percent.
Angler comments mentioned objections to the bi-
coastal plan hardly at all, which leaves us to guess why
not. My hunch is that, like me, most fishing-doers dis-
like having one set of rules here, another there because
once complications are institutionalized, it's hard to
undo them.
I found a more sensible reason among the 599 com-
ments posted in the Snook Foundation poll: "Keeping the
snook harvest closed on one coast only simply puts a
LOT more pressure on the stocks of the other coast."
Another guess we can make is that how to schedule
temporary open and closed seasons now isn't as impor-
tant to snook anglers as getting it right whenever it's


done. If that's so, it's hard to argue against waiting for
next year's stock assessment.
The poll also tells us that after the big chill, most
of us either quit fishing for snook entirely (31.9 per-
cent) or spent less time fishing for them (43 percent)
than previously.
That could explain why almost two thirds of snook
catchers reported catching fewer snook than they did
before the big kill. It doesn't explain why 33.9 percent
said they've been catching more, not less.
My guessed explanation is that catch declines on the
Gulf side have been offset by the higher survival rate and
faster recovery in the east. A couple of remarks by poll
respondents reinforce the notion.
"Snook have made an incredible comeback on the
southeast coast of Florida since the 2010 freezes. Stocks
are strong, water quality continues to improve. Keep bag
limit at one fish per day but slot should be extended to
27 - 36 inches. Big breeder fish populations will remain
very strong," one respondent says.


Amphibious craft must meet rigorous standards


ADMIRALTY LAW 6
excited passengers down ramps for a "boat trip" on
Lake Dora.
Which brings us to the question of what
happened to the amphibious car and why we
don't see more of them today. Unfortunately the
quick answer is probably limited appeal and
escalating costs.
About 4,000 Amphicars were made in the '60s.
Although amphibious craft existed before and after,
the Amphicar remains the most successful example
built for the common consumer. But even people
who wanted such a craft were quick to recognize
its shortcomings.
During the heyday of the Amphicar's production,
my Dad enthusiastically considered it as a potential
family vehicle. But in the end he sadly surmised that


the Amphicar's steel body and Triumph components
were "freshwater friendly only," and wouldn't stand
up to south Florida's briny waters.
Present-day technology might allow for a better
amphibious solution. Still today's safety and pollution
standards make developing such a craft for the com-
mon consumer unlikely. The latest design for an
amphibious "family" vehicle I reviewed was being
offered for the same price as a new Bentley. Still, I
want to remain optimistic that the technology and the
free market will eventually offer a solution.
Just imagine being able to take your car down a
boat ramp and have your choice of either parking or
docking at your favorite Fort Lauderdale restaurant!
Ah, someday perhaps - someday...
Mark Ercolin is an admiralty attorney based in
Fort Lauderdale.


Here's the other, my favorite: "PB County snook
population is healthy. They're freakin' everywhere in
mass numbers."
Too bad those two didn't tell their names. I'd find
out where they go and follow them around.
Commentary, criticism and suggestions are wel-
come. Write to witzfish@att.net.


To see complete results of the Snook Foundation's
poll, visit www.snookfoundation.org and click on
the headline "Snook season updated."
There, beneath a short summary of the FWC's
action on closed and open seasons, click on the blue
link "Poll results from 604 anglers."
For a more detailed online account of the staff
report and the commission's decision, go to
www.myfwc.com and click on the "FWC
Commission meetings" link, then the June 8-9 agen-
da link. There, scroll down to the June 9 agenda and
then the "Issues" list where there's another link to
the "Snook cold kill presentation."




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Youthful vibe rears a head in traditional Newport R.I.


From The New York Times Syndicate

With its summer cottages the size of palaces and its
century-old status as a yachting capital, Newport is the
quintessential playground of American aristocracy. Still,
this harbor town is more than model ships and man-
sions. The waterfront - with views of wide, tentacled
Narragansett Bay - is still Newport's soul, and the estates
along Bellevue Avenue haven't lost their Gilded Age
glamour. But in a town that seems, on the surface, so
untouched by time, there's an undercurrent of youthful
rebelliousness. Ambitious upstart restaurants, a boister-
ous nightlife and a beachy surf culture belie Newport's
staid reputation.


Order a sunset cocktail as you watch boats slide
under the Newport Bridge, officially the Pell Bridge
Newport, at Fluke (41 Bowen's Wharf; 401-849-7778;
flukewinebar.com), a New American restaurant above
Bowen's Wharf. For drinks, pass the dining room and
climb the stairs to the attic-like third-story bar, where the
cocktail list includes classics like a Cuba Libre (rum,
Coke and lime; $7) and adventurous signature drinks
invented by Jerri Banks, the mixologist behind the
Juniperotivo at the Taj Lounge in New York. Try the Fluke
Sunset (rum, passion fruit, ginger, lime juice and Super
POM; $12).

New kid in town
Thames Street is Newport's main tourist strip and a
spectacle on a warm night. But wander a block or two up
from the boutiques, yachty bars and sweet shops, and
you'll find quiet back streets that make for a pleasant
predinner walk. When your reservation hour strikes -
and yes, reservations are a must - head back to Tallulah
on Thames (464 Thames St.; 401-849-2433; tallulahon-
thames.com). This unpretentious, 10-table dining room
is homey and creative; cookbooks line a long shelf above
an open kitchen, and checks are delivered in wooden
cigar boxes. The chef, Jake Rojas - who has "Live to
Cook; Cook to Live" tattooed across his arm in Spanish


Take a tour of Rough Point, the one-time vacation home of
Doris Duke - tobacco heiress, competitive paddleboard surfer
and camel owner.
- serves nuanced, artistically presented dishes like
Bomster scallops ($34) accented with "carrots in texture"
(carrot foam, ginger-carrot and roasted baby carrots) and
sous-vide lamb ($36).


To escape the summertime crush, head to Broadway
Avenue (often called "local Newport") for dancing at the
Fifth Element (111 Broadway; 401-619-2552;
thefifthri.com). Recently reopened in a new location after
a long hiatus, this nondescript lounge and restaurant is a
hangout for locals, who come for quality pub food,
including a mean poutine (French fries, cheese curds and
gravy; $8) and pizzas ($13 to $16) fresh from a flaming
oven. But on Friday nights, after the kitchen closes, the
tables are cleared and a D.J. oversees an overflowing


dance floor, playing everything from Lady Gaga to '70s
dance tunes.


Just down the street, at Pour Judgement (32
Broadway; 401-619-2115; pourjudgement.com), there are
gracious bartenders, an impressive beer list - including
large-format bottles of hard-to-find brews, like an
Andean White Ale ($12) from Argentina - and a crowd
that includes cadets at the nearby Naval War College, off-
shift service workers and traveling yacht crew members.
The burger-and-a-beer special ($7.50) is a hit.


On a quiet side street, Franklin Spa (229 Spring St.;
401-847-3540) is a down-to-earth diner with red vinyl
booths, potted plants in the windows and a something-
for-everyone menu that includes homemade muffins
($2.50), fruit bowls piled high with seasonal produce
($5.50) and a lobster Benedict special ($11.95). You're
unlikely to have your culinary mind blown here, but the
helpings are fresh and huge, and the regulars, who linger
over bottomless cups of coffee ($1.85), are endearing.


Go mansion-gawking by bicycle. Rent a two-wheel-
er at Ten Speed Spokes (18 Elm St.; 401-847-5609; ten-
speedspokes.com; $35 a day) and pedal along Bellevue
Avenue, peering over fences and ornamental shrubbery.
Where the avenue meets the Atlantic, take a tour of
Rough Point (680 Bellevue Ave.; 401-847-8344; new-
portrestoration.org), the one-time vacation home of Doris
Duke - tobacco heiress, competitive paddleboard surfer
and camel owner. Built in 1891, the 39,000-square-foot,
49-room English manor-style summerhouse is one of
Newport's less-ostentatious "cottages." The tour ($25,
Tuesday through Saturday, 9:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.) ends
with this year's exhibition, "Dressed to Play: The Sporty
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Have lunch in classic Newport style
- overlooking the marina and surround-
ed by maritime artifacts - at the Mooring
(1 Sayer's Wharf; 401-846-2260; moor-
ingrestaurant.com), the former Station 6
clubhouse of the New York Yacht Club.
Socialites slurp oysters (six varieties,
$2.50 each) and throw calorie caution to
the wind with a brown paper bag of deep
fried lobster, crab and shrimp doughnuts
($12). Afterward, if you're eager to get
on the water, Classic Cruises of Newport
(Bannister's Wharf; 401-847-0298;
cruisenewport.com) offers tours of the
bay in a former rum-smuggling yacht
(from $18) and a 72-foot schooner (from
$27).


In 1769, there were 22 distilleries in
Newport - then the rum capital of the
world, supplying liquor to the British
Navy. Less than a century later, the
United States was independent, and the
last of the Newport rum factories had
closed. In 2007, Newport Distilling
Company (Coastal Extreme Brewing
Company; 293 J. T. Connell Road; 401-
849-5232; newportstorm.com) began
producing Thomas Tew - named for the
privateer turned pirate - the first rum
made in Rhode Island in 135 years.
Tastings ($9) include a glass and a tour.


For gifts, picnic snacks and pick-me-
ups, try Bellevue Avenue's Gourmet Trio.
You'll find high-end, tea-infused truffles
(in flavors like bergamot and jasmine
peach blossom) and white chocolate and


Fog hovers over the Newport Bridge at sunset. The waterfront - with views of Narragansett Bay
is still Newport's soul.


lavender hot chocolate at La Maison de
Coco (28 Bellevue Ave.; 401- 845-2626;
lamaisondecoco.com), artisanal cheeses
and local Aquidneck Honey at Le Petit
Gourmet (26 Bellevue Ave.; 401-619-
3882) and weekend wine tasting at the
Newport Wine Cellar (24 Bellevue Ave.;
401-619-3966; newportwinecellar.com; 4
to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday).


Mexican food might not be the first
thing one thinks to eat in New England,
but Perro Salado (19 Charles St.; 401-
619-4777; perrosalado.com) - Spanish
for "Salty Dog" - is a welcome respite
from Newport's lobster-and-steak rou-
tine. Creative renditions of regional dish-
es, like tacos stuffed with Baja-style fish
($16) or Ropa Vieja (seasoned, ultra-ten-
der shredded beef; $8), have intema-


tional touches like fresh vegetables,
tamarind glazes and panko crusts, with-
out feeling like a fusion cliche. Sit
beneath multicolored strands of
Christmas lights in the brightly painted
patio. After dinner, catch a movie at the
Jane Pickens Theater (49 Touro St.; 401-
846-5252; janepickens.com), a 92-year-
old movie house in a former Episcopal
church built in 1831. The theater shows
a mix of art house classics, documen-
taries and first-run films ($10).
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At midday, the sun is high overhead,
but inside the White Horse Tavern (26
Marlborough St.; 401-849-3600; white-
horsetavern.us) there are low ceilings, oil
lanterns, wooden beams and dark
maroon and gray walls. Built in 1673, the
self-proclaimed oldest tavern in America


is antique bordering on morose.
Thankfully, the brunch menu has moved
into this century, with options like lob-
ster mac 'n' cheese ($22) and baked egg
frittata ($12).

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Before leaving town, stretch your
legs and get one last taste of salt air at the
Norman Bird Sanctuary (583 Third
Beach Road, Middletown; 401-846-2577;
normanbirdsanctuary.org; $6 trail fee), a
325-acre wildlife refuge. Follow the path
to Hanging Rock, passing the pond -
where you can sometimes spot goslings,
herons and lazing turtles - to the edge of
the massive, jutting rock formation,
where there are views of forests and
fields and out to the Atlantic. There are
picnic tables on the lawn and a modest
"Barn Museum" with taxidermied foxes
and sea birds.


One-year-old Forty 1 North (351
Thames St.; 401-846-8018; 41north.com),
on the water, has 28 rooms with stylish,
modern touches, like iPads loaded with
your morning newspaper, a wet bar and
Malin + Goetz toiletries. Many rooms
have bay views. Rooms from $500.
Smack in the bustling center of
downtown, the Admiral Fitzroy Inn (398
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Lamb takes center stage of fusion-inspired salad


The New York Times Syndicate


I spent 12 years, starting at the age of 24, as a
restaurant critic, and I'm only now beginning to recov-
er from my fear of fusion.
Like many fears, this one is not entirely rational.
Just as the history of any people is found in our entan-
glements and assimilations throughout the ages, so
food is about influx and influence, migrations and dis-
coveries. For those of us saturated in urban Western
culture, most food is fusion food. For those of us who
like eating, this is all to the good.
My fusion-phobia, though, stems from sitting in
front of too many plates of discordant ingredients. As the
playwright said, attention must be paid. It is possible to
raid the store shelves of one culture while following a
recipe from another and be pleased with the result.
One of the quick suppers I cook regularly for
myself is a Cambodian hot and sour beef salad: a
juicy steak, barely more than seared, then sliced,
dunked in a dressing of Asian fish sauce, lime juice,
palm sugar, sliced shallots and chilies, and then
arranged on a plate of leaves.
It occurred to me that it would work well if one sub-
stituted lamb for the beef. But I wanted to do more than
just change the meat. I drew from the European tradition
of serving lamb with red currants and the English prac-
tice of eating lamb with mint and added these ingredi-
ents to the salad. That is to say, in place of the palm
sugar, I used red currant jelly as the sweetener, and I
strewed chopped fresh mint lavishly over the salad.
I like this version even more than the Cambodian
original. The dressing is changed only by the use of rice
vinegar in place of limejuice. I did this the first time
simply because I had no limes at home. So much home
cooking springs from simple availability that I scarcely
feel the need to apologize for that. Now, even when I
have limes on hand, I use rice vinegar instead.
Improvisation, when the inspiration is honest, makes
sense of fusion.
The mango split is similarly inspired. Mangoes are
good and flavorsome and plentiful now. I had some to
spare in the fruit bowl, and wanted to play. The lamb,
red currant and mint salad makes a light supper, so I felt
we all deserved something a little indulgent for dessert.
There is always something appealing about an ice
cream sundae, and I knew the banana split had to be
my template. I paired diced mango with vanilla ice
cream and mango sorbet, but coconut ice cream would
be a marvelous substitute for the vanilla.
Similarly, I use regular rum in the caramel sauce to
be dribbled over the top, but if you have coconut rum,
that would give a gloriously rich and appropriate flavor.
After all, shredded coconut is already toasted and sprin-
kled over, alongside macadamia nuts and, if you like
the spicy heat, some finely chopped candied ginger.
The sundae you make is indeed a hybrid, but this
mix of Asian, tropical and down-home ingredients


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works so well that any questioning of authenticity or
ethnicity would seem mere quibbling. This is fusion
without confusion, the way cooking's meant to be.














1. Place a large skillet over medium heat and add
oil. Add lamb loins and allow to cook undisturbed for 5
minutes on one side, then turn and cook for 2 1/2 min-
utes on other. Immediately wrap each loin loosely in
foil, sealing foil at edges. Set aside and keep warm for
5 to 10 minutes.
2. In a large bowl, whisk together fish sauce, vine-
gar, jelly and soy sauce. Add chili pepper and scallion,
and mix well.
3. Open packets of lamb and slice lamb crosswise
as thinly as possible; portions will look like something
between strips and disks. Add lamb to fish sauce mix-
ture and toss well.
4. To serve, divide salad leaves among four plates.
Arrange equal portions of lamb on greens, and drizzle
a little sauce over each. Sprinkle with chopped mint
and serve.
Yield: 4 servings.


1. Place a small, dry skillet over medium heat and
add coconut. Stir with a wooden spoon until coconut is
dark golden. Transfer to a small bowl and add
macadamia nuts; mix well.
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medium-low heat and cook, stirring, until butter and
sugar are melted, about 2 minutes. Turn off heat but
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8-9:30 p.m. session at Anne Kolb
Nature Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood
Wednesday and Fridays through Aug. 31. Includes seeing a hatchling
release. Cost: $7per : ri: ,. irlri,-I r. -, :rrri , Ir. 1'i. 954-357-5161.
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at Conch Republic Seafood Co., 631 Greene St., Key West. Entry fee:
$400 per boat. 305-304-7674.
6-9 p.m. event with merchants and restau-
rants in the Harbor Village and Atlantic Square Shopping centers and
outside St. Martin's Church, 140 SE 28th Ave., Pompano Beach. Free
wine r: r.i :, r participating merchants. 954-786-7824.
'-11]] p.m. block party at Americas Backyard, 100 block of
Southwest Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-449-1028.

8 a.m. class sponsored by the U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary at Dixon Ahl Recreation Center, 2200 NE 38th St.,
i_ ;lrl n.,- F ,int. Cost: $45. 954-557-0582.
7-11 p.m. music, food and entertainment along
State Road AlA from Harbor Drive to Sunrise Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale, runs through Sept. 3. Free. 954-564-8300.
2-4 p.m. at the Museum of
Discovery, 401 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-713-0940;
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7:30 p.m. acoustic originals
Saturday at 11th Street Annex Cafe, 4 SW 11th St., Fort Lauderdale.
954-767-8306; http://twouglysisters.com.

8 a.m. breakfast for international
grouF i :rii.,,:,, ::,1 r: in the back room of the Egg &You Diner, 2621
N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-771-5660;

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every first Sunday of the month
along Riverwalk, starting at the Broward Center for the Performing
Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954- 828-5363;
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1' a.m. to 6 p.m. at Markham Park, 16001
W. State Road 84, Sunrise. 954-389-2000 or 954-687-6462.
12:30-5 p.m. the
first Sunday of the month at Greynolds Park, 17530 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami Beach. Cost: $5 parking. 305-358-1800;
www.southfloridabluegrass.com.
1-4 p.m. the first Sunday of the
month at 1520 Polk St., Hollywood. No cost. 954-923-5590.

9 p.m. fireworks at Bayfront Park, 301 N.
Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Free. 305-358-7550.
12:30 p.m. festivities with fireworks at 9
p.m. off State Road AlA and Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Free.
954-828-5363.
9 p.m. fireworks on the
main public beach north and south of the Pompano Beach Fishing Pier,
North Ocean Road, Pompano Beach. 954-786-4111.
4-10 p.m. at The Village at Gulfstream
Park, 501 S. Federal Highway Hallandale Beach. 954-378-0900.
1-10 p.m. with
fireworks at 9 p.m. on Hollywood Beach and the Broadwalk.
954-921-3404; www.visithollywood.org.

6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-874-
2272; wwwmeetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub.
7 p.m., every first Tuesday of the month, at
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S dib o 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.
7:30 p.m. meeting the first Wednesday of the
month at Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club, 2637 Whale Harbor Lane, Fort
Lauderdale. www.sfdi.com
8-9:30 p.m. at Anne Kolb Nature
Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood, Wednesdays
and Fridays to Aug. 31. Includes seeing a hatchling release. Cost: $7 per
person with pre-registration required. 954-357-5161.

7 p.m. meeting at Best Western,
1050 E. Newport Center Drive, Deerfield Beach. Free and open to the
public. 561-637-0988.
Ss :id7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at vari-
ous Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
8 p.m. meeting at 1711 W. 38th Place, unit
1104, Hialeah. 305-885-1666.

8 p.m. meeting the second Friday of the month
at 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877.
G ':-8 p.m. cocktail hour in the Plaza at Las
Olas, 333 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $20-$25.
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restaurants for singles. 954-723-9608.

8 a.m. class sponsored by the U.S. Coast
Guard,-,.1, iir, I i: /ey House, 601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
Cost: $50. 954-463-0034.
- a.m. weekly Saturday meet-
up at the boat ramp at He11 - I: I -1 1i > hnson St., Hollywood. No
cost. 954 232-7434.
- p.m. meeting for families and friends of people
with ment l ilh-.-:: on the second and fourth Saturday of the month
at Memorial Hospital Outpatient building, 3300 N. 29th Ave.,
Hollywood. 954-566-2422.

J a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1201 E. Las Olas Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale. Free. 954-258-8382.
8 a.m. breakfast for International
group of c 1.: :: -l , : in the back room of the Egg &You Diner, 2621
N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-771-5660;
www.ssca.org.

4 ,,'' and 7:30 p.m. shows today and Tuesday in a
Cirque du Soleil format at War Memorial Auditorium, 800 NE Eighth
St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $28 in advance, $30 at the show. 941-552-
9952; www.thefuncircus.com.
Sa G.;r ; 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
noon bridge game Mondays at the
Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort
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8 p.m., meets the second Tuesday of the
month at American Legion Post 304, 41 NE First Court, Dania Beach.
954-316-0236.
7:30 meeting the second Tuesday of the
month at the Downtowner Saloon, Maxwell Room, 408 S. Andrews
Ave., Fort Lauderdale. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org.
7:30-10 p.m., for ages 14 to adult, at Holland
Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. Cost: $35. 954-967-4644.
6:30-8:45 p.m. for advanced, beginner
and intermediate players at the Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, Holiday
Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. 954-565-3127

.: ', ,: '. 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.
6:30 p.m. dinner at Tony Romas, 18050
Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, followed by 7:30 p.m. meeting.
Reservations required. 305-725-7250.
5:30 p.m. meeting at Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-791-1030.
6-8:30 p.m. dinner meeting at VFW Hall, 350
SW 25th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $10 includes dinner. 954-923-3072;
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7 p.m. meeting at the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. 954-296-5633.

8 p.m. meeting the second Thursday of
the month at local restaurants. 954-782-4968 or 954-920-9597
7:30 p.m. meeting the second Thursday of
the month at Lighthouse Dive Center, 2507 N. Ocean Blvd., Pompano
Beach. 954-782-1100.
6-8 p.m. art exhibit at St. Lawrence Gallery,
3556 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $5 to $20. 954-566-8011.

8-9:30 p.m. lecture at Anne Kolb
Nature Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood.
Includes seeing a hatchling release. Cost: $7 per person with pre-reg-
istration required. 954-357-5161.
7-10 p.m. outdoor concert at Holiday Park, 730 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, every Friday through Aug. 5. Free.
954-828-5385.

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.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Plaza 3000, 3000 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-426-8436.
7-10 p.m., at Comfort Zone Studio & Spa, 2028 Harrison St.,
Hollywood. 954-924-2980; www.DowntownHollywood.com.

8 a.m. registration, sponsored by the U.S.
Coast ':'., Ir -t...... h r Bass Pro Shops, 200 Gulf Stream Way, Dania
Beach. Cost: $50. 954-296-2303.
5:30 p.m. captain's
meeting at Azur Restaurant, 425 Grinnell St., Key West. Entry fee:
$1,500 per angler. 305-942-0428.
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9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1201 E. Las Olas Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale. Free. 954-258-8382.
8 a.m. breakfast for International
group of cruici :,iil r:, in the back room of the Egg &You Diner, 2621
N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-771-5660;
www.ssca.org.

7:30 p.m. meeting on the third
Monday of the month at Galuppis Restaurant, 1103 N. Federal Highway,
Pompano Beach.
':,-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.

: -8:45 p.m. for advanced, beginners
and intermediate players on Tuesdays at Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club,
Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. 954-565-3127
6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-874-
2272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub.

7 p.m. meeting in the City
Hall conference room, 100 W. Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach. 954-
924-6800.
4 p.m. final registra-
tion at Conch Republic Seafood Co., 631 Greene St., Key West. Entry
fee: $1,800 per boat. 305-292-2710; www.keywestmarlin.com.
noon to 1:30 p.m. at Rusty
Pelican Restaurant, 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne.
Cost: $25 members, $30 non-members. 954-523-1004;
www.miamimarinecouncil.com.
- p.m. meeting for families and friends of people
with menrl ,ih-, ::. the first and third Wednesday at Soref Jewish
Community Center, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation. 954-472-8241.
1i6:30 p.m. meeting
every third Wednesday of the month at Murder at the Beach
Bookstore, 273 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach. 561-279-7790.

7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at vari-
ous Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.
8 p.m. meeting at 1711 W 38th Place, unit
1104, Hialeah. 305-885-1666.
8 a.m. meeting the third Thursday of the
month at Ramada Inn, 2275 Marina Mile Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-
494-1900.
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.
5-10 p.m. along East Las Olas Boulevard starting
at the Museum of Art, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. No cost.
954-670-2828; www.artwalklasolas.com.

-10 p.m. outdoor concert at Holiday Park, 730 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, every Friday through Aug. 5. Free.
954-828-5385.


8-9:30 p.m. at Anne Kolb Nature
Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood Wednesdays
and Fridays through Aug. 31. Includes seeing a hatchling release. Cost:
$7 per person with pre-registration required. 954-357-5161.

1 '' ii-, to 5 p.m. at War Memorial Auditorium, 800
NE Eighth St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $6 adults, $1 kids ages 4-12. 386-
860-0092; www.buckercraftfaircom.
7-11 p.m. music, food and entertainment along
State Road AlA from Harbor Drive to Sunrise Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale, nn-,: rir ,.-, :. i : r Free. 954-564-8300.
S,. , i to 2 p.m. at Esplanade Park, 400 SW
Second St., Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-468-1541;
www.goriverwalk.com.

8 a.m. breakfast for International
group o[ :r.,, :,.i i i l ,: in the back room of the Egg &You Diner, 2621
N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-771-5660;
www.ssca.org.
: 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.

: I ' i'i -, 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.

6:30-8:45 p.m. for advanced,
beginr.-i: i-ij ii.r- i,.- i - a : I .-r :. on Tuesdays at Fort Lauderdale
Bridge Club, Holiday Park, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale.
954-565-3127.
F: :lE 6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-874-
2272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub.

meets 7:30 p.m. at Gallupi's
Restaurant, at Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course, 1103 N. Federal
Highway, Pompano Beach. 954-317-3532.


7:30 p.m. meeting at the
Miami Yacht Club, 1001 Macarthur Causeway, Miami. 305-860-8250,
954-340-4791.
E P7 p.m. meeting the fourth
Wednesday of the month at the group's clubhouse, 201 Fifth St., West
Palm Beach. 561-832-6780.

S0 p.m. meeting at Joe's Tiki Bar, in the
Sonesta Hotel,.i i-rl-, 'l r 'I Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami.Open
to the public. No boating experience required. 305-682-9030;
9 a.m. Thursday meetings at
Dixie Divers, 455 S. Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach. 954-420-0009.
S 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at vari-
ous Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org.

6-9 p.m. cap-
tain's meeting at St. Coleman's Church Parish Hall, 1200 S. Federal
Highway, Pompano Beach. Proceeds benefit Special Olympics of
Broward County Entry fee: $200 per boat, $225 after July 22. 954-
682-2128; http://:t: -,-n r
S 8-9:30 p.m. at Anne Kolb Nature
Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood Wednesdays
and Fridays through Aug. 31. Includes seeing a hatchling release. Cost:
$7 per person with pre-registration required. 954-357-5161.
x5i:.a 7-10 p.m. outdoor concert at Holiday Park, 730 N.
Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, every Friday through Aug. 5. Free.
954-828-5385.

- m. to 8 p.m. volleyball tournament at Fort
Lauderdale South Beach Park, 100 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
561-241-3801.
7-11 p.m. music, food and entertainment along
State Road AlA from Harbor Drive to Sunrise Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale, runs through Sept. 3. Free. 954-564-8300.

:11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at War Memorial
Auditorium, 800 NE Eighth St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $6 per person.
954-563-6747; www.dolphinfiars.com.


Lobstering entails quick skills, sharp vision


MINI-SEASON


them, then capturing the lobsters from their hiding
spots under rocks and coral requires keen eyes, quick
reflexes and skill.
"The lobster are extremely fast and can dash away
in the blink of an eye - they know how to skedaddle.
They are strong and they will fight you - gloves are a
must," Autry said.
Learning to hunt safely is a smart idea.
Scuba Network will host 15 free seminars about
rules and regulations, equipment and safety at their
Fort Lauderdale, Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach
stores. Times and dates for the one-hour classes will be
posted at www.scubanetwork.com in early July.
SCUBA Network seminars will also be available at
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gloves. Starter kits range from $11.95 to $39.95.
Scuba lessons start at $249 with mask, fins and
snorkel kits averaging $130. An entire scuba outfit can
be rented for about $50, or purchased for a cost rang-
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People can walk into the ocean for free and swim to
certain reefs about 50 feet offshore, or they can go in by
boat. About $60 will get a half-day on a commercial boat.
"Or you can pull out all the stops and buy your
own boat - that would be one very expensive lobster
dinner," D'Apuzzo said.
Pino said it does not make "logical or logistical
sense" for anyone to go out to sea to capture six or a
dozen lobster when they can purchase them for less trou-
ble and money at a store - but he understands the lure.
"It's the sport of it all. People enjoy the challenge of
harvesting their own, doing it with close friends and
family, and the whole time enjoying the beautiful
ocean," Pino said.



For details about spiny lobster sport season
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truck will perform work at your site.
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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




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Mobile truck will perform work at your site.
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WAX MOBILE SERVICES- wash, compound
& wax. Call Alfredo at 954-651-5521
Corinne's CLEAN CABINS specializing in
Interior boat and condo cleaning.
Over 20 yrs experience. Call 954-673-2099.
Boat Wash / Detailing from $1 .oo/foot.
Experienced. Call 954-788-6584.
YACHT POLISHING"- In-water service at
your dock. You get more than you pay for.
Call 954-923-8391 * 954-629-3620




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Monthly & bi-monthly service available
Complete underwater maintenance
Phone: (954) 964-00643988...............954-763-7812
DR. ZINC DIVING, Inc. Monthly maintenance,
commercial diving. Visa & MC accepted.
Call 5614450462ard. Call 9305-522-3553
Small portable AIR COMPRESSOR units, new &
used, to fill SCUBA tanks also storinue units. Complete
line of supplies, filters, oils, fill whips & fittings.
Compressed Air Supplies 954-929-4462 M-F
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GOLD COAST DIVING bottom cleaning.zincs* props
*inspection. Ph: 561-347-7811. 954-914-1011
The Diver Underwater Maintenance
Call 954-522-2524 or 954-401-9745 (cell)
Diversified Diving Services- see ad page 9.
Call Steve Saunders 954-491-5296.
Dr. Zinc Diving, Inc. Propeller specialist.
Call 305-522-3353 or 561-445-0462.




Bay Master Electronics, Inc.
See our ad on page 7. 954-491-0979
SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE
V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336




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See our ad on page 7. 954-491-0979




EAST COAST BOAT DETAILING- fiberglass
repair & gelcoat. 954-803-6238
SEAJAY YACHT SERVICES LLC Fiberglass/
gelcoat/painting. Call 954-274-4237.
SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE
V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336




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Champagne Graphics- Signs & Lettering
Engraving., Apparel 954-584-8314
Yachtsigns of Fort Lauderdale.
Call Gary Mottman 954-260-0119.




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.
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* We are available as a 24-hour service.
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* Replace Hoses * Wipers
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Fiberglass. Get the best for less!
C. Blake 954-257-9896
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Refinishing of Furniture & Wooden Boat Parts
Call 954-978-2090.




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Buyers, Insurance, Financial and Damage
Broward 954-946-6779oStuart 772-398-0860
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ALUMINUM- Leaning Posts, T-Tops, Ladders,
Railings, Arches, Towers. New River Welding
& Fabrication. 3100 SR 84. 954-321-6174




Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies-
Premium Hardwoods * Plywoods * Veneers
Laminates @ 3301 S Andrews AV, Bay 8, FtL
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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.
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residential carpentry at Harbor Town Marina,
Dania Cut-Off canal. Call 954-922-3221.
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1500 W Broward Blvd. Ft L. 954-463-8143
Generators & Engines for sale
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Yacht repair facility seeks REFINISHER with
fiberglass, gelcoat, Imron & Awlgrip exp. Min 5
yrs. Health Ins & 401K avail. 954-239-4206
Assistant Managers (2) needed NOW for busy
retail marine supply stores in Broward County.
Must S/R/W English & be able to lift 40 lbs.
Job description includes helping customers,
restocking shelves, receiving shipments &
maintaining inventory levels. Minimum 2 years
marine parts experience required.
Employer will conduct a drug/backround/driving
history check. We are a DFWP/EOE. Full time
position. Benefits include paid vacation, health
ins., 401K & bonus available.
E-mail your resume to info@bowboat.com
or fax to (954) 463-4502.


Looking for an older fiberglass sloop 70's
era. 30-35'. In reasonable shape. Must have
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Minimal electronics OK. Cosmetically poor
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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 BEACH- 8 Private Slips, 1 3'x40', New
Construction. See video: WaterFrontPics.com
Call Rob 954-817-7048.
PRIVATE HOME- dpwtr, 75', NFB, wtr/elec,
lic capt on premises. Personal care available.
Year-round or seasonal. Call 954-821-8004.
DEEPWATER LHP wtr/elec, minutes to ocean
up to 55', NFB, no Ivbd. 954-786-1442
975 Hillsboro Mile- 1/2 mile to inlet, up to 85',
100 amp, no wake, no Ivbd. 954-781-7356
NE POMPANO (Harbor Village) 1/2 blk to ICW
* dock to 30', wtr/elec avl, whips. No Ivbd.
* Also, ELECTRIC LIFT up to 6K Ib 25'-29' boat.
No Fixed Bridges. Call 754-366-1127.
POMP BCH, 15 mins to ocean, NFB, up to 50'
water & electric. $9 per foot. 561-386-1365
4 BOAT SLIPS for lease. 35'xl 2' each water/
elec/parking incl. $250/month. Ten minutes
to Hillsboro Inlet. Call 954-260-4653.
NE POMPANO (Harbor Village)- access boat
to 35', electric, whips, security lights,
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HENDRICKS ISLE to 52' laundry, pumpout BBQ
$600. Call 954-306-3187 * 954-663-8132
ON THE THE NEW RIVER, Lauderdale Isles
New 315' docks, deepwater, protected,
back of private home, river & canal,
no live-aboard, 50' to 98' boats, water &
electricity. Call Frank 954-547-1011
LAUD ISLES river dockage up to 1 25'. NFB,
wtr/metered elec. Prvt/secure, no Ivbd,
dockside cottage available. 954-316-1246
Las Olas Isle dock for rent, LB ok, boater
shower avail. Up to 55', sail ok. $600/month.
Call 954-764-6469
YACHT HAVEN Park & Marina- on Marina Mile.
Long or short term. 7" draft. 954-583-5818
Isle of Venice up to 42'. Brand New Docks
Pump outeMetered 100 amp elec. NFB.
With parking. No Ivbds. Call 31 2-617-5665.
North Fork New River dock. Up to 32'. Elec/
water. No live aboard. Safe hurricane hole.
Call 954-914-2749
Prvt Dock SE15 St 5 min to ocean. Up to 38'
wtr/elec. No Ivbd $400. Call 954 224 4251
SF NEW Rvr 75'x6.52 draft New elec 3Ph 50-
100amp/h2o*NFBono Ivbd. 954-636-7568
SE 9 ST at Cordova RD. Elec & Water. Up to
42'. No Lvbd. $375/month. 954-522-4163
OFF CORDOVA RD- to 50' * NFB * No Lvbd *
Water/Electric. Call 843-742-6878.
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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
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Water Location No fixed bridges - pump-out
9' MLW - up to 100' - Wi-Fi - 50/100 amp
Call 954-467-8220.
S FORK NEW R- E of 1-95. 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. Call 910-442-6620.
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
No live-aboards. Call 561-718-7044.
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.
BROKERS ONLY: up to 60', deepwtr dockage,
Ocean access, NFB, near downtown Ft Laud.
H20 & 50 AMP included. Call 954-761-3333.
MIDDLE RIVER near Galleria Mall. Up to 80'.
Deepwater. NFB. Secure, private parking.
Water/Electric. Call 954-494-0615
BAYVIEW- to 50+', deep draft, NFB, wide
canal off ICW, secure prvt entr, parking.
Call 954-537-7754.
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DPWATER 6.5' ShadedeQuietePrvt*Secure.
43' Hurricane hole. Lg term pref. $550 w/
wtr/cable/WIFI. Elec xtra. 954-523-2725
Isle of Venice dockage for rent, Lvbd OK, up
to 48 ft, pumpout, electric & water. $600/mo
Call 954-830-1173.
LAUD ISLES- HURRICANE SAFE, up to 45'
W/E. No Lvbd. $300/month. 954-801-8014
MARINA BAY
* Take advantage of our Lowest Summer
Rates in years for boats 40' & under.
(Limited space available)
* Perfect for live-aboard with an amenity
package you would expect at a Country Club
Please Call Now for pricing & availablility
Convieniently Located at:
2525 Marina Bay DR West
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
www.marinabay-fl.com * 954.791.7600
CITRUS IS- dpwtr, no fxd bridges, water, elec,
up to 40'. No Ivbd. Call 954-467-3817.
BAYVIEW/GALLERIA to 75', NFB, no wake
zone, brand new docks, metered water/elec.
No liveaboard. Call 954-684-1 563.
BAYVIEW- 1/2 mi to Bch. NFB. Dpwtr.
36'xl 5' Live-aboard or Storage incl Elec/
Water. Bath-Laundry-BBO. 954-973-4981
Isle of Venice up to 42'. Brand New Docks
Pump out * Metered 1 00 amp electric. NFB.
With parking. No Ivbds. Call 31 2-617-5665.
CITRUS ISLE- S Fork N.R. up to 50'. Elec/wtr.
No Ivbds. Call (954) 249-2470.
CITRUS ISLES- WIDEST CANAL. Up to 40'. 6'
max draft, NFB, wtr/elec & management avail
Xlnt hurricane hole. No Ivbd. 954-525-1771
Marine Systems Tech with a 50 foot non-live-
aboard dock seeks a boat which needs help
with her systems & a home. Price negotiable
depending upon work. Call 954-396-0949.
GALLERIA area- $600/mo incl water/electric
up to 50'. Call Gerry 954-522-6446.
Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads.
Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450.




Royale Palm Yacht Basin- full service marina
on the Dania Cut-off Canal. No bridges.
Live Aboards welcome! 954-923-5900
Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads.
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LOGGERHEAD
ON], & J711141
in Hollywood, Florida

Slips Available 30-120 feet.
Gated Community with Tropical Pool,
Tennis, and Fitness Complex. Deluxe
Marble Tiled Baths and Showers.
Convenient Parking.

(954) 457-8557





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under New Management
Conveniently located across from the Dania Beach Pier.
42 permanent dock slips and 50 floating dock slips.
Rental Rates- Floating Docks: $350.00 per month
Fixed Docks: $575.oo per month
101 North Beach Road, Dania Beach, FL 33004
Phone: 954-924-3796 v
Fax: 954-926-3817 ',.

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NORTH MIAMI www.KeystonePointMarina.com
alongside or slip, dpwtr near Haulover Inlet,
up to 110', wtr/elec. Rack storage, great svc
Ethanol-free fuel, marine diesel.
55 years in business. Call 305-940-6236.
MIAMI BCH- Prvt home*Up to 50' sailboat *
deepwater*NFB*Water/Elec. 305-673-0077
AVENTURA- Waterways Marina. 75' slip for
sale or rent by owner*dpwater* well
protected*mid way Ft Laud & Miami on ICW
* full services *lvbd OK. 303-378-9100
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65x1 9 liveaboard slip with Tiki Hut in
Marathon FL. 50amp, water, cable, refrig,
wet bar, dockside pump out, bathhouse,
washers, storage shed & parking. Great Cuba
departure point. $220K.
www.abouttimevacht.com 51 5-231-2789
MARATHON- FOR SALE 65x21x5 with tiki
parking/gated $265K. Call 303-877-9299.
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Dock in BIMINI BAY RESORT for sale or trade-
steps from pool. 70' concrete floating dock
with additional space for smaller boats &
water toys. Call 312-61 7-5665.


City of Ft Myers Yacht Basin
!0- i Slips available 30'-120'

- ... Liveaboard Marina 6-Foot Draft
c -- Historic Downtown Fort Myers
YACHTBASIFresh Fuel Annual rate $9 �/ft
www.cityftmyers.com 239-321-7080
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NORTH MIAMI-
www.KeystonePointMarina.com
Dry Storage near Haulover Inlet.
Sign up for 1 yr get 1 mo free. 305-940-6236
MARINA BAY (Dry Storage)
Boat Lift $500/month.
Boat lift for rent at one of the most
desirable Marina Resorts in South Florida
"MARINA BAY". Great Location, Security, and
beautiful grounds. Lift can hold up to a 40 ft
boat (20,000 lbs.) has wireless remote and
very easy to operate.
Please Call Now for more info
Conveniently Located at:
2525 Marina Bay DR West
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
www.marinabay-fl.com * 954-791-7600
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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
PLAYBOY MARINE- ocean access, no bridges
www.playboymarine.com 954-920-0533
Marina Mar- on ICW @ Oakland Park, over 55yrs.
Full svc & parts. Inside storage. 954-563-7101.
www.KeystonePointMarina.com 305-798-6236
Haulouts to 40'. Close to Haulover Inlet.
Marina Mile Yachting Center- at Marina Bay.
70-ton travelift. Call 954-583-0053.
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Isle of Venice- 3 new 40' boat slips w/ 2-bed
condo. $425K. Call Dennis 312-617-5665.
* Looking to Buy or Sell
Waterfront Property?
1 Call John M. Ryan
with A.I. Ryan Realty established 1924
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Isle of Venice- 3 new 40' boat slips w/ 2-bed
condo. $425K. Call Dennis 312-61 7-5665.
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MARINA BAY-
Offices
Waterfront offices available at one of the
most desirable marina resorts in South
Florida "MARINA BAY". Well appointed
offices starting 1 50 sq ft to 4,500' sq ft. A
great building, great location, great marina
views, great restaurant, video conference
room, fitness center plus many more great
amenities. Conveniently Located at the
corner of 1-95, 1-595 & SR 84. Boat slips
available - Yacht Brokers, ask about free
dockage with office rental.
2525 Marina Bay DR West
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
www.marinabay-fl.com * 954-791-7600




LAUD ISLES river dockage up to 95'. NFB,
wtr/metered elec. Prvt/secure, no Ivbd,
dockside cottage available. 954-31 6-1246
Rent your residential waterfront property
here. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450
or see the classified ad form below.
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ROBERT P. GARGANO
& Associates, Realtors
(954) 462-5770 I
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* Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate *
Living and working on the New River
* FT LAUDERDALE BEACH- Spectacular Mediterranean Style
Estate- 1 of only 49 homes on Ft Lauderdale Beach! 5-bdrm,
5/2-bath has a unique unobstructed 270' view of the ocean.
Private walled & gated estate with beautiful pool & spa &
tropical patio overlooking the ocean.
A must see! $5,995,000
* DAVIE- Horse Country 8.5-acre walled estate! 10,000 sq ft,
4 bdrms, 4 full baths, 3 half baths, home on aprox 8.5 acres.
Huge open kitchen, Viking appliances, office, game room w/
full wet bar, 2nd floor approx 1,900 sq ft master suite w/ front
& rear balconies, 4-car garage. JUST LISTED $2,900,000.
* DE TER- NO FIXED DGES- Citrus sales 2/2 *h

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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.
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* IMPERIAL CONDO- Coral Ridge waterfront condo. Spacious
2/2 with enclosed patio, covered parking & water view.
Dockage as available. $239,000.
* 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. SHORT SALE NOW $425,000.
* 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.$350K Wet / $250K Dry.
* POMPANO BEACH- FLEXSPACE OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
FOR LEASE- 5,000 sq ft. 1/2 air conditioned office space &
1/2 warehouse. Zoning allows most industrial uses.
East of 1-95 off Copans Road. $2,900/month
* POMPANO 2/2 condo for lease- 55+ community. Great
location 1 block west of US 1 near shopping, restaurants.
$800/month, annual lease
* STARLIGHT TOWERS- Laud By The Sea- 2/2 directly on the
sand, spectacular, unobstructed ocean view! Seasonal Lease,
minimum 3 months, fully furnished. $2,500/Month. No Pets.
* NEW SMYRNA BEACH area-.
Country living- bring the horse & ATV.
Quail Roost Ranches: * 2.5-acre vacant lot. $45,000.
.4.3-acre vacant lot. $75,000.

* RIVER REACH CONDOS-
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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 Tennis & canal view, 1st floor ............$69,900.
*1/1 Tennis & canal view, 2nd floor............ $83,500.
*1/1'/2 Canal Vie~amntaly maintained..$109,900.
*1/1'/2 Updated, WS l ......................... $129,900.
.1/11/2 Direct New River view...... REDUCED $185,000.
* 2/1'/2 Beautiful Pool/Garden view................. $150,000.
* 2/2 Panoramic Tennis/canal view, Bargain...$159,000.
.2/2 Estate Sale, 1250 sq. ft................... $159,900.
* 2/2 on "V" of bldg., PoolCanal/Garden view $159,900.
* 2/2 Wood floors, City view....................... $189,000.
* 2/2 Remodeled, Slatltm? river view........$219,900.
*2/2 Completely rem6l i Jgh covered parking... $239,500.
S2/2 River view, decorator touches................ $259,000.
*2/2 Direct New Riverview, watch the yachts!..... $269,900.
*2/2 On New River v"OM achts! Tile floors.. $269,900.
2/2 largest corner, ultra contemporary........... $259,000.
S2/2 corner, 1500 sq ft, river view, covered parking. $319,000.
2/2 corner completely remodeled, city/pool/cana view. $339,000.
RIVER REACH RENTALS
* 1-Bedroom....................................... $995-$1,150/month.
* 2-Bedroom................................... $1,095-$1,600/month.
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230004 2.8 oz. Tube
230009 2.8 oz. Tube
230005 10.6 oz Ctdg.
230006 10.6 oz Ctdg.
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Mahogany
Teak
White
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Mahogany
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$1499
$1699
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120527 Quart no Mixer.
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$17.99
$45.00


SALE
$299
$499


SALE
$2999


SALE
$2999
$1499
$3599


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$999
$999
$999
$1899
$1899
$1899
$1899


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Order no. Size List SALE
289900 8 oz. $13.98 $999
289912 16 oz. $21.68 $1599
289920 32 oz. $35.23 $2599


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232287 11 oz. $7.35 $599
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389781 P1703-220
389792 P1703-404
389805 P1703-435
389816 P1703-442
389827 P1703-453
389838 P1703-406
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Description
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Motion Detector
Magnetic Sensor
Water Level Sensor
Smoke Detector
Remote Control
Accessory Hub


List
$199.99
$139.99
$84.99
$139.99
$199.99
$119.99
$69.95


SALE
$1499e
$9999
$6999
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$14999
$7999
$4999


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* 300 Series stainless steel and black anod-
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Order no.
710365
730179


Mfg. no. Type
0045-2 W/Support
0045 w/L Shaped Support


List
$10.02
$12.03


SALE
$699
$799


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Energy efficient, no maintenance solution for interior/exterior.
Mounting depth of only 13.0mm.
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231215
231220


Light Color
White
White
Blue


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24 VDC
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$2499
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