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Boating and drinking makes for a complicated brew Serving South Florida's Coastal Neighborhoods SEPTEMBER 2011 YEAR 2 ISSUE 3 Any military veteran can participate, from those in their 20s recently returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, to Vietnam vets in their 70s. Veterans Ocean Adventures, which is grant-funded, is free to vets. The program's main sponsor is the Florida Braive Fund, which supports non-profits that help Florida's current and retired military who have served in Revised plans for Biscayne ....................... 4 Kayak fishing ................................................... 5 Admiralty Law 6€ Classifieds 17€ Event Calendar 12€ Galley 11€ Tide Table 13 Sailing, scuba offered by nonprofitgr oup promotes healing FLORENTINO DIMATTEO For Waterfront Times Military veterans are setting sail with the help of Veterans Ocean Adventures, a group that wants vets to experience for themselves "the healing power of water." Many of the program's participants were born and raised in South Florida, yet have never been out on the water. A major goal of the program is to integrate these vets back into the community. "I want them to spend their leisure time doing something they never thought they would be able to do," said Capt. Branson Rector, founder and president of Miamibased Veterans Ocean Adventures. Rector served 21 years on active duty in the U.S. Army where deployments took him to Somalia, Haiti and Kosovo until he retired in 2008. He was inspired to start the group after learning of Shake-A-Leg Miami, another non-profit organization that helps disabled people get on the water. The two programs now partner, launching most events from Shake A Leg's location at 2620 South Bayshore Drive. Sailing generally takes place on Biscayne Bay. More than 500 veterans, including those with disabilities, have taken part since the program started in February 2009. That number is expected to grow. "The Veterans Ocean Adventures is an important program because our vets who have returned need an outlet," said Rector, who holds a 100-ton masters license and is a certified U.S. Sailing and ASA basic keel boat instructor. "For me, getting out on the water is a great outlet," he said. "I just want to make it available to all veterans in the area." A variety of activities are offered including scuba diving lessons, sailing classes, kayaking and fishing trips. There's even sunset sails for couples, and a weeklong intensive introduction to watersports at Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys. The group has no boats of its own. They charter catamarans and use boats from the Shake A Leg fleet including a Freedom 20. 941,589. South Florida counties lead the pack for lawbreakers: Monroe, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Pinellas, Lee and Broward counties are the top six. David Jones, a Miramar boating fan, said relaxing at sea with friends and a cool drink is "extremely refreshing." He enjoys two equally legal benefits: "breathing in all that fresh oxygen and a lethargic melting feeling." But Jones suggests that boaters planning an excursion with alcohol on board should not forget the most important ingredient: "A non-drinking captain to bring you home safely," Jones said. Others suggest just saying no. Paul Edelstein of Pembroke Pines who owns a 22foot bay boat, said a go-fast boater who ran over his vessel in a no-wake zone before crashing into a seawall, was so drunk that he was unaware of the accident even as he was led away from the scene in handcuffs luckily alive. "When my boat leaves the dock, it leaves dry because water and alcohol just don't mix," Edelstein said. "Use common sense out there," said Pino. "Boating is not to be taken lightly. It's a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle but it has to be done in a respectful and responsible way." EILEEN SOLER For Waterfront Times Heavier boat traffic during Labor Day weekend is likely to translate into more parties and drinking on the water. And in a party atmosphere, it's easy to underestimate the amount of glasses we're downing. Also complicating matters, in Florida drinking on board is legal, which could imply it's fine to party on the water. Not true. "There will always be those one or two people who think they can operate under the influence, but then they realize it's too late and they have caused someone to die," said Officer Jorge Pino of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Last year 79 people died in Florida boating accidents 16 of them caused by intoxication. Of the 668 boating accidents overall, 41 were attributed to drinking and boating. Though boaters can drink on the water, boating under the influence (BUI) is against the law.Operators whose blood alcohol concentration is .08 or higher could be fined $250 to $500 and possibly serve six months of jail time for a first conviction. Second convictions will bring fines of $500 to $1,000 plus up to nine months in jail. Anyone under age 21 with a blood alcohol level of .02 or higher is considered intoxicated. "It's the law. If you want to be stupid and drink and boat you get what you deserve," said Jim Scuggs, an avid boater and fisherman from Pembroke Pines. Scuggs is among many recreational boaters who ponder why the law makes it okay to drink on the water, but an open bottle of beer in your car can result in a six month driving suspension and possibly a night behind bars. "Boating and drinking is as bad as drinking and driving maybe worse," Scuggs said. Definitely worse, Pino said. According to U.S. Coast Guard statistics, boaters with .10 blood alcohol are 10 times more likely to be killed in a boating accident than those abstaining. Ordinarily, a person with a blood alcohol level of .08 is deemed intoxicated. That's two drinks for a 100-pound person; four drinks for a 140 pounder; or five drinks for someone who weights 200 pounds. Add the boat's constant movement, continual glare from the water, plus dehydration caused by the sun's heat and the effects are magnified. "It's a tragedy waiting to happen," Pino said. In 2010, law enforcement officers issued 323 boating under the influence citations statewide. Meanwhile, Florida led the nation in boating accidents. In fairness, Florida also has the highest number of registered boats Military veterans find peace on the water Photo | Courtesy Veterans Ocean Adventures More than 500 veterans have taken part in Veterans Ocean Adventures since it started in February 2009, including those with dis abilities. SEE VETERANS | PAGE 4

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3 September2011 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM Waterfront Times Leaning Posts T-Tops Ladders Railings Arches Towers NEW RIVER WELDING AND FABRICATION 3100 State Road 84 Unit 203 Ft. Lauderdale,FL 33312 954-321-6174 ALUMINUM D OCK & D ECK S ERVICES New Construction Repairs Floating Docks Pilings Seawalls Accessories Quotes Inspections QUALITY WORK ALWAYS ON TIME! 921 SW 18th St. Ft. Lauderdale,FL 33315 L ICENSED & I NSURED R EFERENCES A VAILABLE Call: (954) 205-4308 (954) 763-8743 1900 SE 15th St.,Ft.Lauderdale,FL 24-Hour Emergency Hauling Boat Repairing & Painting Travelift Service to 60 Ft. 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It isn't clear whether the action will take effect this November or next. Fish size and daily bag limits are not up for change. The minimum keeper size for seatrout is 15 inches. The maximum is 20 inches, except that you can keep one that's larger. In the southern region, you can keep four fish. In the north the limit is five. The draft rule also proposes expanding the commercial open seasons on sea trout. Bag and size limits would not be changed. The idea to open sea trout to year-around recreational harvest stems from a stock assessment conducted in 2009 and released last year. Such assessments use a benchmark called SPR, for spawning potential ratio. It compares the ability of fish to spawn to what that ability would be if nobody fished for them. For sea trout, the state's SPR goal is a 35 percent ratio. According to the staff report, the fish barely beat that goal with a 37 percent ratio in the northwest but exceeded it amply in the northeast (67 percent), southeast (45 percent) and southwest (49 percent) regions. When data was presented last year, the research staff pointed out that certain unverifiable assumptions had been included when known information was run through computer models. It didn't mean that the outcome was wrong, but its accuracy looked questionable. At any rate, the current report by Carly Canion and Michelle Sempsrott says that except in the northwest, there's only a low probability of seatrout falling short of the 35 percent SPR goal. Also on Sept. 8, the commission will consider a draft rule to increase its shark management by prohibiting anyone from keeping tiger sharks and three kinds of hammerhead shark scalloped, great and smooth that are caught in Florida waters. Like the sea trout proposal, the shark plan suggests scheduling a final public hearing for November. Your last chance to sound off on new manatee protection rules for the Intracoastal Waterway in Broward County comes Wednesday, Sept. 7, the first day of the FWC's meeting in Naples. Final action is scheduled on new speed limits that are forecast to add 22 minutes to the average winter weekday time of four hours and three minutes that it now takes to cruise from one end of Broward to the other. Snook eaters can resume consuming fresh-caught snook this month, as long as they catch them in Atlantic coastal waters and as long as those waters are north of the Monroe-Miami Dade county line. It is easier to say than do, for the single snook we are allowed to keep (per day) may not be shorter than 28 or longer than 32 inches. That size bracket is called "The Slot." Anyone who finds snook to fit it has something to either boast about or classify Top Secret. The regulation is comparatively generous to Atlantic anglers. Those who fish the waters of Monroe County (the Keys), the whole Gulf coast and Everglades National Park must stifle their appetites entirely. You can't keep any snook caught there until September 2012. Newcomers to Florida fishing may wonder what that's all about. The answer: two disastrous cold waves in January 2010 when thousands of snook died. The effect in Atlantic waters north of the Keys was not as severe as elsewhere. Thus the geographic difference in regulations. Although it may seem a hardship for Keys, Gulf and Everglades fishing-doers, they supported the stricter restrictions rather than risk deeper damage to one of their favorite fisheries. There are, of course, secret places where great pods of big snook can be found and caught. Assuming you find out anyway, what should you do? Bearing in mind that you might hook a lot of slotsize snook but can keep only one, prepare your tackle specifically for catch and release fishing. That means dedicating an assortment of artificial lures or bait hooks to snook. Remove treble hooks, which stick fish in too many places, and replace them on your lures with single hooks. Pinch down the barbs, making it easier to unhook a snook. That also protects you from damage if you hook yourself. Spotted sea trout could be keepers even in winter SEE FISHING | PAGE 7 BRIEFLY

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"It has been such an esteem builder and given me a sense of accomplishment." Rector teaches the sailing classes along with one other volunteer licensed captain, "preferably a vet" to assist. Also on board is a recreational therapist from the Miami VA Healthcare System. "This program has given me something to look forward to," Kays said. "I can actively get involved with other veterans and have fun doing it. Life is not over." Dive trips are also offered to paraplegics, who get two buddy divers to assist. Most disabled divers are not certified beyond basic open water dives of 60 feet.So they embark on beach, reef or shallow wreck dives within these limits, Rector said. Many volunteers assist with the dives. They're generally PADI Advance open water certified or buddy diver certified.Many are divemaster or instructor-certified. Jose Valdes, who recently came back from Iraq and Afghanistan, wasn't sure what to do with his life. "After bringing the vet out on the water he said, I want to do what you're doing.' He is now scuba certified and a graduate of the University of Miami," Rector said. "There is a lot of desire for veterans wanting to help other veterans," he added. The program has generated a large amount of attention. In fact, retired Army Lt. Colonel and Congressman Allen West even joined several veterans from the program for an underwater dive in June. Water-born activities aid in the healing process of returning soldiers, said Tabitha Aragon, a recreational therapist for the Miami Veterans Association. "Through these opportunities, the veterans are able to see life as enjoyable and full of opportunity once Program helps veterans see life as enjoyable once again' AskaboutourSafeHarborHurricanePlan! Experience Discount New Boat Credits Power Squadron &Coast Guard Class Discount Tackle Coverage&Towing Included Separate $ 500 Electronics Deductible Full Hurricane Coverage Maritime Underwriters,Inc. 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Biscayne, a mostly underwater park alongside Miami's southeastern suburbs, has experienced decades of decline in fishing and water quality. Management plans to solve its problems have been presented, withdrawn, revised and re-presented. The latest plans, issued in mid-August, can be reviewed online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/projectHome.cfm?projectID=11168. Here is the schedule of public meetings, all beginning at 6 p.m: Tuesday Sept. 13 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 950 NW 42nd Ave. (Lejeune Road), Miami. Wednesday Sept. 14 at Florida City Hall, 404 W. Palm Drive, Florida City-Homestead. Thursday Sept. 15 at Holiday Inn, 99701 Overseas Highway, Key Largo. Written comments and criticisms can be submitted through Oct. 31, on the park website or by U.S. Mail to General Management Plan, Biscayne National Park, 9700 SW 328th St., Homestead FL. 33033-5634. Biscayne to unveil revised park plans again," she said. Aragon says the program helps vets learn coping skills in dealing with their experiences at war. She believes such programs are crucial to a successful recovery and reintegration into civilian life. "It is amazing. It is a life-changing experience," says U.S. Army veteran Ketty Wilson. Wilson has participated in many water activities as part of her rehabilitation from posttraumatic stress disorder after multiple tours of Iraq. "When you're depressed the ocean gives you a way to just relax and get away," Wilson said. To learn more about Veterans Ocean Adventures or to donate visit their website at www.vetssailing.org.

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Next time I go kayak fishing I'll want one just a little bit more. It's not that I don't need one, even though I have a canoe. Fishing from a kayak is a little different and a lot of fun in different w ays. Oh, you knew? I just found out and am fighting an impulse to go overboard with it. So to speak. Falling overboard was my main misgiving until (excuse me) I took the plunge and found the kayak as stable as its boosters claimed. It's also wet, but so what? A kayak suitable for fishing would cost about $1,000 new. That's not so important because as a Miami-Dade County taxpayer I own a public fleet of 14-footers, the siton-top type. The Parks and Recreation Department takes care of them for me. To use one for half a day costs $85 per person in a group launching from shore with the county's own knowledgeable guides. If a motherboat hauls the kayaks and fishing-doers out to the flats off Key Biscayne, it's $150. Let's see. Tap tap tap. The calculator says taking that $85 deal a dozen times matches the retail cost of a new kayak. I don't know about you, but $85 takes up less space in my pocket than a kayak would in my yard or garage. Icaza called me early in August, trying to save such a trip. Four people with Friday reservations had cancelled, leaving two. He wanted at least four. I couldn't get a fourth. Neither could he, but he decided to go ahead anyway. We met at the Crandon Park launching ramp on Key Biscayne: Icaza, guide David Gauzens and fishing brothers Matt and Zack Bunting. Adventure Sports Miami, a watersports retailer in Coconut Grove, sent a captain with a 26-foot Carolina skiff, rigged with padded bars to stack eight paddleboards or two kayaks above its T-top, more on deck. By 6:35 a.m. we were on our way to the flats south of the Cape Florida lighthouse. By 7, the kayaks were in the water, a foot or so above the waving seagrasses. 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6 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM September2011 Waterfront Times MARK ERCOLIN Waterfront Times Columnist "There ought to be a law!" I know we've all heard this at some point. You might have even said it yourself. More often then not I disagree with the sentiment particularly when it comes to crime. My dad, a career officer in the Coast Guard who spent most of his years in law enforcement, may have said it best: "If strictly enforced, there exists sufficient statutes and codes in this country to easily find a legal reason to fine, incarcerate and/or hang virtually every man, woman, puppy dog, and child on a daily basis." Though my dad was a fan of hyperbole, his thoughts on this matter may have been more correct than not. In October, thanks to the legislative efforts of certain members of the maritime industry, Florida statutes will contain one less crime, and it directly affects the boating community. What has occurred is a modification to Florida Statute 327.33, which deals with the consequences of the reckless or careless operation of a vessel. The first part of the statute begins sensibly enough. Paragraph 1 states: "It is unlawful to operate a vessel in a reckless manner. A person is guilty of reckless operation of a vessel who operates any vessel, or manipulates any water skis, aquaplane, or similar device, in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property at a speed or in a manner as to endanger, or likely to endanger, life or limb, or damage the property of, or injure any person... Any person who violates a provision of this subsection commits a misdemeanor of the first degree..." Now I'm sure most people would consider it reasonable to impose consequences on someone who recklessly operates a boat. The problem was that the original statute went much further, and arguably created a rather unfair consequence in paragraph (3) stating: "Each person operating a vessel upon the waters of this state shall comply with the navigation rules... A person whose violation of the navigation rules results in a boating accident, but whose violation did not constitute reckless operation of a vessel, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree..." Navigational rules could include: Failure of a vessel to have proper lighting at the time of the accident. Failure of the boater to properly signal his or her intentions at the time of an accident. Approaching another vessel from an incorrect side. Any other failure of the rules of the road. Also the state did not put any minimum value of damage in these seconddegree misdemeanor violations. To put it in a landside perspective, let's say the driver of a vehicle failed to give a proper turn signal, which was deemed to be a factor in a resulting fender bender. Under the original statute if a similar incident occurred on the water, the boater would not only face liability and citation costs, but also second-degree misdemeanor charges. A second-degree misdemeanor is punishable by a maximum of six months in jail, a maximum of a $500 fine, or both. It can also result in a criminal record. My understanding is that the origin of the statute derives from the time when most bad actions under law that were not regarded as felonies were deemed misdemeanors. (Remember, boats have been around a lot longer than cars.) A statute that was once BOB E. SHERMAN Waterfront Times Columnist Over the past year I've received lots of questions that I couldn't answer personally. So in this month's column, here's my attempt to address the most common and/or interesting ones. Q. I'm considering buying a Sea Ray. Do you think I should get an Express or a Sundancer? A. Is one of them blue? You would look good in a blue boat. Q. After fueling my boat, the starboard engine would not start. The genset runs off the same tank and started easily. I checked the battery and changed the fuel filters and it still wouldn't start. Any suggestions? A. When you fueled up, you put a sorbent pad over the deck fill and pushed the nozzle through it to catch any spills. A small piece of the sorbent is stuck in the fuel line. Don't be so cheap next time, buy a bio collar. Q. What is the difference between the diesel fuel at a gas station and the diesel at a marina? A. About $1 per gallon. Q. Is the "bitter end" the end of a rope that is not tied off? A. No it's a yacht club in the British Virgin Islands. Q. Can I get hypothermia swimming in Florida? A. Theoretically yes, but you would have to be in the water for two weeks. It's never been tested because usually the sharks get you first. Q. I'm planning a trip to Bimini. I don't have a GPS and my compass is off by 10 degrees. Could this be a problem? A. I'll notify your next of kin. Q. If the compass variation decreases by 8 feet annually, will I eventually be going south when I'm headed north? A. Why do you think Columbus missed India? Q. I understand Florida Power & Light will spend $1 billion to tear down the power plant in Port Everglades. Does this mean the manatees will go elsewhere? A. No such luck. Included in the total cost is $400 million to relocate the manatees during construction and bring them back when the new plant is finished. Q. I have a 30-foot center console. How can I best prepare for hurricane season? A. If you have guaranteed value insurance, hope for the worst. Q. Can all dogs swim? A. No, some dogs just don't take to the water well. Breeds with low body fat like Dobermans and boxers can have trouble in the water. If you play fetch, make sure you explain to your dog when you want to discard something. Q. Why do marine weather reports spend so much time discussing riptides? A. If you are boating in the ocean close to shore and your engine quits, you need to paddle your boat parallel to the shore until you can jump out safely. Q. Do I need a radio license? A. Station licenses or operator permits are no longer required for recreational boats in domestic waters. As illogical as it seems, a license is required if you travel to a foreign port like the Bahamas. When I lived in Brazil, a U.S. driver's license was not required to drive there. Q. After trolling all day using squid, I didn't catch one dolphin. When I got home I found my wife with our neighbor. Can you help? A. Try using ballyhoo. Please send your serious boating questions to Capt. Bob. Please e-mail: editor@waterfronttimes.com. ADMIRALTY LAW One less crime DEAD RECKONING Ask Capt. 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7 September2011 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM Waterfront Times McDonald Hardware 245 SW State Rd. 84 Fort Lauderdale Open 7 Days 463-2000 www.mcdonaldhardware.com Marine Resin with Hardener $ 17 99 a gallon Snook are sensitive to excessive handling, so try to unhook without bringing the fish aboard or ashore. Lipgrippers are OK for keeping a fish under control, but when the type with a builtin scale is used, resist weighing. It can harmfully stretch the cartilage of which a snook's upper throat is made. If you're fishing with bait, give circle hooks a try to avoid gut hooking. Because snook swallow their prey whole, a J-hook is likely to snag deep down, making a survivable release unlikely. Circle hooks come back to the fish's mouth when we tighten the line, and then they snag in the hinge of a fish's jaw where they're easy to remove. It's always fun, even heart-touching, to end any sort of ceremony or celebration by releasing a big flock of bright balloons into the great wild sky as if they'll keep on rising, rising, rising and never come down. What's that? They do come down? Where? Uh-oh, that can't be good unless somebody invents an edible or fast-dissolving balloon. We can't explain it better than Susan Smith of FWC. Here is her report, edited just for brevity: The FWC reminds Floridians about a law prohibiting the release of more than nine lighter-than-air balloons within a 24-hour period. Balloons released in Florida almost inevitably end up in the Gulf of Mexico or Atlantic Ocean. Wildlife, especially sea turtles, mistake balloons for food, and strings attached to balloons can entangle birds and other animals. The release into the atmosphere of large numbers of balloons inflated with lighter-than-air gases poses a danger and nuisance to the environment, particularly to wildlife and marine animals. Violators could incur $250 in fines. There are exceptions for scientific or meteorological balloons released by a government agency or under government contract, hot air balloons that are recovered after launching and balloons released indoors. The law also allows for the release of balloons that are biodegradable or photodegradable under FWC rules. Since 1989, the FWC has received only one such balloon design for review, and that balloon was not approved. Up close The FWC's September meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 7-9, at the Naples Grande, 475 Seagate Drive, Naples. For more details and background on proposed sea trout and shark fishing rules, manatee protection speed zones and other issues, go to: http://myfwc.com, then click on the "FWC Commission Meetings" link at upper right. Go ahead and celebrate, but not with outdoor balloons FISHING | FROM PAGE 3 New law limits boating violations deemed appropriate to old common law is now rather draconian in the present epoch. But in these modern times any criminal matter cited to someone's permanent record can have far-reaching consequences. Even a misdemeanor can affect a person's access and ease in getting good credit ratings, less expensive insurance, security clearances and professional credentials. And explaining away these issues can involve multiple forms, burdensome paperwork and extra time. It's also likely some boating accidents went unreported for fear of dealing with the criminal component. Recognizing these concerns, some in the marine industry and the legal maritime community have worked together to successfully alter part of this statute. So in October, paragraph 3 of the amended statute will now read: "Each person operating a vessel upon the waters of this state shall comply with the navigation rules... A person who violates the navigation rules and the violation does not constitute reckless operation of a vessel commits a noncriminal [emphasis added] violation." So while offending parties in a boating accident will remain responsible for their actions and still face costs and fines, they will not have to fear a permanent criminal record. It is thought that the overall effect for the boating community will be positive. Moreover, since there will be one less crime in the state of Florida, it should also mean there should be fewer criminals on our waterw ays. Mark Ercolin is a Fort Lauderdale maritime attorney. The information in this column should not be applied to specific cases or situations. ADMIRALTY LAW | FROM PAGE 6

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8 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM September2011 Waterfront Times Honolulu is hot, and it's not just the weather JOCELYN FUJII The New York Times Syndicate Honolulu has never been hotter, and not just because it's still summer. The city's "it" factor has been on the rise since President Obama announced, two years ago in Singapore, that his self-described "home state of Hawaii" would host the 2011 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. This November, the 21-nation Pacific Rim summit may bring as many as 10,000 people to Waikiki, the renowned Honolulu destination on Oahu's south shore. While the city primps for the media glare, it also brims with summer's delights. Mangoes and sweet summer fruit add splashy colors to the market stands. Pikake, puakenikeni, gardenia and tuberose grace Chinatown lei stands, and Hawaiian music spills onto beaches from sunset-drenched oceanfront lounges. A spa without walls There's nothing better than a summer moment at Kapiolani Park, the 300-acre recreational magnet at the foot of Diamond Head, the volcanic tuff cone and landmark the Hawaiians named Leahi. Work up a sweat with the joggers and rugby players while white terns soar above the ironwoods. Top that off with a sunset swim across the street, at the beach fronting the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel. Hawaiian tunes Sandy feet are not an anomaly at Duke's Restaurant and Barefoot Bar (2335 Kalakaua Avenue; 808-922-2268; dukeswaikiki.com), where the stars of Hawaiian music play nightly at sunset. Maunalua, a trio offering contemporary Hawaiian music, usually plays on Fridays, and the guitarist-vocalist Henry Kapono, the self-proclaimed "wild Hawaiian," is the Hawaiian-rock attraction on Sundays. The open-air spot has a vintage surfer feel and wall-to-wall tributes to the Olympic swimming legend Duke Kahanamoku. Parking is expensive, but there's no cover charge. From tattoos to dragons The indie jazz scene is thriving at the top of a steep stairway in Chinatown, in a former tattoo parlor the size of a cozy living room. Some of the best musicians in town gather at the Dragon Upstairs (1038 Nuuanu Ave.; 808-526-1411; thedragonupstairs.com) to jam and entertain in grand bohemian style. Most nights it's the spectacular Japanese/local contemporary jazz pianist, Satomi Yarimizo, with her drummer and bass player. Because many in the audience are musicians, there are surprise performances galore in a seriously music-loving room. Diamond head food fest Yes, it's possible to have breakfast on the slopes of Diamond Head, at Honolulu's busiest farmers' market. A Palate-pleaser Philippe Padovani, one of the 12 original founders of Hawaii Regional Cuisine, opened Padovani's Grill earlier this year, just in time for the 20th anniversary of the culinary movement. Fans love him for his designer chocolates, masterful sauces, signature clam chowder (Manila clams, sweet corn from Oahu's north shore and a soup of island seaweed) and risotto (truffle oil and several types of mushrooms). There are special touches across the board, including made-to-order sauces for the seafood and Black Angus beef dishes. The chef pays equal respect to vegetarians, with an excellent goat cheese ravioli and fricassee of mushrooms. For dessert, try the tarte Tatin and bourbon creme brulee. A three-course dinner without drinks costs $55 to $65. Photo | Marco Garcia „ The New York Times Halona Beach: the backdrop for the famous "kiss" scene on the beach in the movie "From Here to Eternity." SEE HONOLULU | NEXT PAGE ENGINE OVERHEATING? NO Equipment Removal NO Downtime Biodegradable BEFORE AFTER Our mobile descaling unit cleans in place to efficiently dissolve scale, lime, mineral deposits in your marine engine cooling water system and A/C system. DIAMOND DIESEL Fuel Polishing, LLC FUEL POLISHING & MARINE DESCALING WWW.DIESELFUELPOLISHING.COM OR CALL: 305-720-4910

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9 September2011 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM Waterfront Times bonanza for early-bird foodies, the Saturday farmers' market at Kapiolani Community College (4303 Diamond Head Road; 808-848-2074; hfbf.org) is the raison d'tre for many a local food lover. Take your own bag and go early to find parking: it's worth it. Everything there is local. The rainbow of products is edible Hawaii in full color, whether it's persimmons, homemade ginger and guava drinks, mangoes, goat cheese, local honey or scones and banana bread. Its all about art With the merger this summer of the Contemporary Museum and the Honolulu Academy of Arts (900 South Beretania Street; 808-532-8700; honoluluacademy.org), and a new director, Stephan Jost, the buzz is all about art. A $25, two-and-a-half-hour tour of Shangri La, the Islamic museum founded by the Doris Duke estate, begins and ends at the Academy, which runs the Shangri La tours. A 20-minute shuttle ride takes you to the 1930s oceanfront mansion-turned-museum with its Iznik tiles, Central Asian textiles and 13th-century prayer room. When you return to the Academy, leave time for the Hawaii collection in the John Dominis and Patches Damon Holt Gallery, with works by Jules Tavernier, Lionel Walden and other Hawaiian masters. Art and the plate The Pavilion Cafe (900 South Beretania Street; 808532-8734; honoluluacademy.org/394-pavilion_cafe), the restaurant for the Academy of Arts, scores high points for its Mediterranean menu and its alfresco location next to a waterfall and Jun Kaneko sculptures. The menu, while not fancy, is ideal: white bean salad with arugula and wilted radicchio ($12.95), hearty sandwiches (feta, tapenade, tomato; chopped salmon steak), a pasta of the day and desserts like chocolate pot de crme and fresh fruit crisp ($5.95 each). At the Academy boutique a few steps away, books, cards, textiles and handmade jewelry make it one of Honolulu's stellar shopping attractions. Sunset serenade Halekulani's House Without a Key (2199 Kalia Road; 808-923-2311; halekulani.com) is a magnet at sunset. A century-old kiawe tree is gracefully backlighted by the late afternoon sun, the mai tais ($12) are heroic, and the views of the ocean and Diamond Head make you forget about the neighboring high-rises. When the hula dancer Kanoe Miller takes the stage, small talk ceases. It could be a postcard from the 1940s, the heyday of Waikiki. On Ms. Miller's nights off, Debbie Nakanelua fills the stage with her own brand of hula magic. The raw rage Last year, Masaharu Morimoto, a star of the program "Iron Chef America," opened his first Hawaii restaurant, Morimoto Waikiki. Sharing a pool and lounge with the Waikiki Edition hotel, the sleek, high-concept restaurant offers yacht-filled harbor views, indoor-outdoor dining, a fire pit, a sushi bar and a bar. Outdoors, lanterns light poolside picnic tables where urbane networkers linger over designer cocktails and tapas. Coral sculptures and panels of green algae encased in acrylic are a bold interior statement by the designer Thomas Shoos. Raw dishes, such as sashimi, toro tartare and the popular lamb and wagyu carpaccio, are classic Morimoto ($13 to $30), but the noodle dishes ($10 to $18), occasionally too salty and overcooked, are less successful. The wagyu steaks have a reverential following ($50 to $85), and the light-as-air tofu cheesecake ($12) is a favorite. The turning point The Makapuu Point Trail, at the easternmost part of the island, is the tour de force on a drive full of special moments. Pack sunscreen and a hat as you head south along Kalanianaole Highway past Hanauma Bay and Sandy Beach. Koko Head Crater on the left has created striated cliffs that nearly run into the lava shoreline, and you're driving between them both. Once past Sandy Beach, park at the Ka Iwi State Park lot and follow the trail to Makapuu Point along a two-mile 500foot ascent. The 1909 Makapuu Lighthouse completes the package with views of the eastern coast and small offshore islands. The buzz about burgers Continue the drive along the windward coast, where sea turtles feed among fishermen and snorkelers. About 20 minutes from Makapuu, you'll reach Kailua Beach, lined with ironwoods and dotted with paddlers and windsurfers. The local watering hole, Buzz's Original Steakhouse (413 Kawailoa Road; 808-261-4661; buzzssteakhouse.com), is across the street with a charming veranda, and a tree growing through the center of the dining room. While it's basically a burger joint, there are some standouts, including the kiawe-grilled fresh fish burgers ($11.95). Bloody Marys and beer flow freely from the koa and bamboo bar. Up close The year-old, style-centric Waikiki Edition (1775 Ala Moana Blvd.; 808-943-5800; editionhotels.com) has 353 rooms on 17 floors; rates range from $379 to $995. At the Diamond Head end of Waikiki, the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel (2863 Kalakaua Ave.; 808-923-1555; kaimana.com) has a sleeker look with its refurbished interiors. Rooms start at $150. Outrigger Reef on the Beach (2169 Kalia Road; 808926-1959; outriggerreef-onthebeach.com) is on Waikiki Beach, with online summer rates from $179 to $369. Specials and promotions are ongoing, so be sure to ask. Nightly Hawaiian music at the Kani Ka Pila Grille is a find for any music lover. Makapuu Point Trail the tour de force on a drive HONOLULU | FROM PREVIOUS PAGE WAYPOINTS 4'x8': $549. 5'x8': $649. Drive-thru: $1999. 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11 September2011 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM Waterfront Times Buttermilk lends adown-home' flavor to chicken NIGELLA LAWSON The New York Times Syndicate There are some misapprehensions about cooking: that it requires expertise, for one, and that it relies on grand gestures, for another. Well, you need both if you plan a heady career as a chef, but everyday cooking is more about feeling your way and learning to make the small changes that make a big difference. Roast buttermilk chicken is the perfect example of that. Roast a chicken and you know you have a comfortable meal. Alter that a little by butterflying the chicken, a surprisingly simple task that can be carried out with a pair of kitchen scissors, and you have a quick dinner that carries with it the casual air of barbecue, without the bother. I am a great believer in butterflying chicken (what we in Britain call spatchcocking). The two immediate advantages are these: this chicken takes less time to cook than a whole bird, and it is also easier to serve. Once it's done, you dispense with the task of carving and just cut the chicken into four pieces. Typical chicken portions, while they can be substituted, just don't have the same flavor. And there are additional perks. You can leave the marinating bird in the fridge for up to two days; thus, it gets more tender and you know you have a dinner that needs no more than to be popped into the oven. I often keep a butterflied chicken steeping in a freezer bag so that I know there is something good to eat at home, ready to cook. I used to use lemon juice and oil, along with some garlic and maybe a quartered onion, to marinate the chicken. But using buttermilk, instead, for the necessary acidic component (which ensures that the meat is tender), makes this chicken less Mediterranean and more down home. Buttermilk, which is usually associated with fried chicken, somehow conveys the aromatics better: you really get the full value of the rosemary, pepper and garlic. If you want to substitute maple syrup for the honey, you can. Although I try to remove excess buttermilk from the chicken before roasting it, I leave some on so that the chicken browns better, even turning barbecueblack in parts. A good coleslaw is sufficient accompaniment, but if you want potatoes, just cut some into one-inch cubes, toss them in a shallow roasting tray and pour over a tablespoon or two of oil, add a few unpeeled cloves of garlic and a sprinkling of sea salt and mix well. Roast them in the oven below the chicken. When the chicken is done, let it rest for about 15 minutes, keeping the potatoes in to crisp up. As for the coleslaw, James Beard once wrote that it "is as old as cabbage and has known many different versions and strangely enough, practically all of them are good." Some weeks ago I made a slaw in which the cabbage was mixed with half-moons of red onion, chopped pistachios and snipped apricot. I love it that way, but any variation would be good in this meal. Strawberry streusel cake is the perfect end. But here's the interesting thing: eat it slightly warm and it's dessert; let it get cold, and it makes a great coffeecake for breakfast the next day. The cake is slightly tricky to assemble: as you press the sticky batter into the pan, then pour over the blended strawberries and finally sprinkle on the streusel, you are likely to feel that it's all an awful mess and never going to work. But it does: everything comes 1. Butterfly chicken by placing breast side down and using heavy-duty kitchen shears to cut along both sides of backbone. Discard backbone, turn chicken over and open it like a book. Press gently to flatten it. 2. Place chicken in a large freezer bag. Add buttermilk, 1/4 cup oil, garlic, peppercorns, salt, rosemary and honey. Seal bag securely and refrigerate overnight or up to two days. 3. Heat oven to 400 degrees. Remove chicken from marinade and place on a rack so excess can drip off. Line a roasting pan with foil and place chicken in pan. Drizzle with remaining 2 tablespoons oil. Roast for 45 minutes, then reduce heat to 325 degrees. Continue roasting until well browned and until juices run clear when chicken is pierced where leg joins thigh, about another 20 minutes. 4. Place chicken on a carving board and allow to rest for 10 minutes before cutting into serving pieces. Place a portion on each of four plates, and drizzle each serving with pan juices. Yield: 4 servings. Strawberry Sour Cream Streusel Cake Time: About 1 hour, plus cooling For the strawberry puree: 8 ounces strawberries 3 tablespoons strawberry jam 2 teaspoons cornstarch 2 teaspoons vanilla extract For the cake: Vegetable oil, for pan 3/4 cup sugar 2 cups plus 2 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) cold butter, cut into 1/2inch cubes 1 cup sour cream 1 large egg 1 tablespoon vanilla extract For the crumble topping: 2 teaspoons Demerara or turbinado sugar. 1. Prepare strawberry puree: In a blender, combine strawberries and jam. Make a paste of cornstarch and vanilla, and add to blender. Puree until smooth. Set aside. 2. Prepare cake: Heat oven to 375 degrees. Oil a 9inch springform pan and set aside. In a large bowl, combine sugar, flour, baking powder and baking soda. Sprinkle in butter cubes and rub them in by hand until mixture resembles large coarse crumbs. Remove 1/2 cup and set it aside. To large bowl, add sour cream, egg and vanilla. Mix well. 3. Using a little over half the cake batter, drop dollops of batter into pan. Pat batter across bottom of pan and about 1 inch up sides; mixture will be very sticky and somewhat uneven. Add strawberry puree, making an even layer across bottom of pan and leaving a rim of dough above it. Cover with remaining cake mixture. 4. Prepare crumble topping: In a medium bowl, combine reserved 1/2 cup dough and turbinado sugar. Stir with a fork to mix. Sprinkle evenly over cake. 5. Bake cake until lightly golden, about 45 minutes. Cool completely before serving. Yield: One 9-inch cake. together in the pan as it bakes. This is the kind of thing you can cook on the weekend, when there's a little more time to spend in the kitchen (bake it before you roast the chicken); it's not a recipe you would necessarily want to embark on at the end of a long working day. For, just as cooking depends on the small tweaking of what might seem minor ingredients, what you want to cook depends on how your life is at any moment. It would be a sad life, however, that couldn't ever find room for a tender, fragrant strawberry sour cream streusel cake. Buttermilk Roast Chicken Time: 1 hour 30 minutes, plus overnight marinating 1 4-pound chicken 2 cups buttermilk 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 cloves garlic, lightly crushed 1 tablespoon crushed black peppercorns 1 tablespoon Maldon or other sea salt 2 tablespoons fresh rosemary leaves, roughly chopped. 1 tablespoon honey Photo | Jonathan Player for The New York Times Nigella Lawson's Buttermilk Roast Chicken served on the terrace with New Orleans Coleslaw. GALLEY NEED HELP BOW TO STERN? Capt. 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12 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM September2011 Waterfront Times EVENTS CALENDAR 1, Thursday 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. Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays 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. 305885-1666. Broward Walkers: 7 p.m. 4-5 mile weekly walks starting at the Sunrise Boulevard Bridge on the south side of the street and the west side of the bridge, Fort Lauderdale. Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Mondays 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. 2, Friday East Village Uncorked: 6-9 p.m. event with merchants and restaurants in the Harbor Village and Atlantic Square Shopping centers and outside St. Martins Church, 140 SE 28th Ave., Pompano Beach. Free wine tastings at participating merchants. 954-786.7824 or 954-9412940. First Fridays: 5-11 p.m. block party at Americas Backyard, 100 block of Southwest Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-449-1028. 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. 3, Saturday Saturday Nite Alive: 7-11 p.m. music, food and entertainment along State Road A1A from Harbor Drive to Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Free. 954-564-8300. Concert on the Green: 3-6 p.m. at Dania Beach Chamber of Commerce, 102 W. Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach. No cost. Runs the first Saturday of the month through Dec. 3. 954-926-2323. Coral Ridge Green Market: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Plaza 3000, 3000 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-426-8436. 11th Street Annex Cafe Open Mic : 7:30 p.m. acoustic originals Saturdays at 11th Street Annex Cafe, 4 SW 11th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-767-8306; twouglysisters.com. Riverwalk Urban Market: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. atEsplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.com. 4, Sunday Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for international group of cruising sailors, in the back room of the Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-7715660; www.ssca.org. Jazz Brunch: 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. 954828-5363; www.fortlauderdale.gov/events/jazzbrunch. Broward Model Boat Club: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Markham Park, 16001 W. State Road 84, Sunrise. 954-389-2000 or 954-687-6462. South Florida Bluegrass Association Jam: 12:30-5 p.m. the first Sunday of the month at Greynolds Park, 17530 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach. Cost: $6 parking. 305-358-1800; www.southfloridabluegrass.com. Historic Hammerstein House Tours: 1-4 p.m. the first Sunday of the month at 1520 Polk St., Hollywood. No cost. 954-923-5590. Dream Car Classic: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. along Hollywood Boulevard from 19th Avenue west to 21st Avenue, downtown Hollywood, the first Sunday of the month. No cost. 954-921-3016. 5, Monday Labor Day 6, Tuesday Fort Lauderdale Yoga Club : 6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-8742272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub. 50 Plus Singles Mingle: 7 p.m., every first Tuesday of the month, at Spanish River Library, 1501 NW Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton. Cost: $3. 561-361-9091. Beginning Bridge Lessons: 6:30-8:45 p.m. Tuesdays at the Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $10. 954-565-3127. 7, Wednesday Wednesday Night Paddle: 7 p.m. with South Florida Kayaking at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale. www.south-florida-kayaking.meetup.com. Broward Urban River Trails: 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 at Lauderdale Isles Yacht Club, 2637 Whale Harbor Lane, Fort Lauderdale. www.sfdi.com. 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. 8, 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. Aprs 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 various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. Pilates Class: 6 p.m. Mondays at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.org. 9, Friday S.L.A.M. Celebrity Tournament: 4-6 p.m. registration at DoubleTree Grand Key Resort, 3990 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West. Entry fee: $3,500. 305-664-2002. Miami Yacht Club: 8 p.m. meeting the second Friday of the month at 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. www.goriverwalk.info. Beginning Bridge Lessons: 9:30-11:30 a.m. every Friday at Pompano Bridge Club, 180 SW Sixth St., Pompano Beach. Cost: $7 per lesson. 954-565-3127. 10, Saturday About Boating Safely: 8 a.m. class offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary at McVey House, 601 Seabreeze Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $50. 954-463-0034. About Boating Safely: 9 a.m. class offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary at Spanish River Park, 3939 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton. Cost: $35. 561-391-3600. About Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. class offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary at Monica Burguera Foundation, 3750 W. Flagler St., Miami. 305-428-2453. First Fort Lauderdale Tunnel to Towers Run : 7:15 a.m. to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11, starting at Huizenga Park, 32 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.tunneltotowersrun.org/fort_lauderdale.aspx. Americas Boating Course : 8:30 registration for 9 a.m. class sponsored by the U.S. Power Squadron at AutoNation, Maronne Nissan, 17305 S. Dixie Highway, Perrine. Cost: $50. 305-246-5469. Hillsboro Lighthouse Tour: Starting 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., from the Sands Harbor Hotel, 125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Cost: HLPS members free, $15 transportation fee for nonmembers. 954-942-2102; www.HillsboroLighthouse.org. 11, Sunday Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International group of cruising sailors, in the back room of the Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 954-7715660; www.ssca.org. 12, Monday About Boating Safely: 8 a.m. class offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary at Elks Lodge, 1676, 6304 SW 78 St. Miami. Cost: $55. 305-804-9630. Social Bridge Games: 12:15-3:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $6 non-members, $4 members. 954-565-3127. 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. 13, Tuesday Islamor ada Invitational Fall Fly Tournament: 6 p.m. captains meeting at Islamorada Fishing Club, 104 Madeira Road, Islamorada, MM 82 bayside. Entry fee: $1,000 per angler. 305-942-0428. 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. Full Moon Kayak Tour: 7:30-10 p.m., for ages 14 to adult, at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., H ollywood. Cost: $35. 954-967-4644 or 954-328-5231. Fort Lauderdale Yoga Club: 6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-8742272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub. 14, 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. meeting. Reservations required. 305-725-7250. Broward Urban River Trails: 5:30 p.m. meeting at Secret Woods Nature Center, 2701 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-791-1030. Ladies, Lets Go Fishing: 6-8:30 p.m. dinner meeting at VFW Hall, 350 SW 25th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $10 includes dinner. 954-9233072; www.sfl-llgf.com. Broward Shell Club: 7 p.m. meeting at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. 954-296-5633. 15 Thursday Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays 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. 305885-1666. Marina Mile Association: 8 a.m. meeting the third Thursday of the month at Ramada Inn, 2275 Marina Mile Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954494-1900. South East Florida Yacht Club: 7 p.m. meeting the third Thursday of the month at Brio Restaurantat Gulfstream Shops, 600 Silks Run, Suite 1205, Hallandale Beach. Cost: $35. 305-914-2644. Art Walk Las Olas: 5-10 p.m. along East Las Olas Boulevard starting at the Museum of Art, 1 E. 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13 September2011 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM Waterfront Times International Coastal Cleanup: 9 a.m. to noon volunteer cleanup sponsored by the Ocean Conservancy with locations from Hallandale north to Deerfield Beach. 954-519-1270. 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. 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. Coral Ridge Green Market: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Plaza 3000, 3000 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. No cost. 954-426-8436. ArtWalk: 7-10 p.m., at Comfort Zone Studio & Spa, 2028 Harrison St., Hollywood. 954-924-2980; www.DowntownHollywood.com. 18, Sunday 18th Annual Hollywood Beach Latin Festival: noon to 8 p.m. along the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, Hollywood. No cost. 954-961-6386. Las Olas Gourmet Market: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1201 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Free. 954-258-8382. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International 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. 19, 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. Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Mondays 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 MultiPurpose Center, Room 11, 2030 Polk St., Hollywood. 954-921-3404. Pilates Class: 6 p.m. Mondays at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.org. 20, Tuesday Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 6:30-8:45 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. CABLE MARINEINC.Cable Marine WestCable Marine East 2491 State Road 841517 SE 16th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 (954) 587-4000(954) 462-2822 100 Ton Lift40 Ton LiftOur Best Bottom Paint Special EVER!!Our everyday low prices are listed below. Have Cable Marine Inc. paint your boat and receive coupons equivalent to 10% of your invoice amount (bottom painting only). These coupons can be used as payment against future work performed at Cable Marine, Inc. or against any purchase made at any Boat Owners Warehouse store. Boat Owners Warehouse stores are located in: Fort LauderdalePompanoRiviera BeachTwo Convenient FULL SERVICE Locations! Prices per foot 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80 and up Fiberglass Bottomkote$19.75$22.00$23.00$23.75$28.50$30.00$39.50 SeaHawk 3319.7522.0023.0023.7528.5030.0039.50 Unepoxy Plus 20.5022.7524.0024.5029.5031.2540.75 Micron CSC 25.2528.2529.5030.5036.5038.5050.50 Vivid26.0028.7530.2531.2537.5039.5051.75 Ultrakote26.7529.7531.2532.2538.7540.7553.50 Trilux 3326.7529.7531.2532.2538.7540.7553.50 Trinidad28.5031.5033.2534.0041.0043.2556.75 Micron Extra w/Biolux 29.5032.7534.5035.5042.5045.0059.00 Ultra w/Biolux30.7534.2536.0037.0044.5047.0061.50 Micron 66 31.0034.5036.2537.2544.7547.2562.00 Trinidad SR31.5035.0036.7538.0045.5048.0063.00 Seahawk Cukote 31.7535.2537.2538.2546.0048.5063.50 Awlgrip Awlstar35.2539.2541.2542.2551.0053.7570.50 Seahawk Cukote w/Biocide Plus 37.5041.7543.7545.0054.2557.2575.00 Bio-Cop 44.2549.2551.7553.2564.0067.5088.50 (Barnacle scraping billed at additional $55.00 per hour.) SEPTEMBER TIDE TABLE SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY HIGHLOWHIGHLOWHIGHLOWHIGHLOWHIGHLOWHIGHLOW TIME ADJUSTMENTS Boca Inlet+8+17Hillsboro Inlet-31-50Davie Bridge N.R.+40+40Port Everglades-45-6Karen Canal Haulover Inlet+38+39 to TideTable in minutes Deerfield Beach+12+11Commercial ICW-26-34Bahia Mar-20-18Dania Cut-Off+45+28 ( Hendricks Isle ) 00Government Cut-39-56 Tide Tables for this month and next month are available onlineƒ Log on to WaterfrontTimes.com now for the Tide Tables and more. Tide Table sources: NOAA data at Andrews Avenue Bridge, New River, Fort Lauderdale, Florida SEE CALENDAR | PAGE 16

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Up close Here's how to find out more about the Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation Department's Eco-Adventure kayak fishing excursions and other outdoors activities. For more information see www.miamidade.gov/ecoadventures and click on links in this order: Adventures (in the yellow headline bar), then Expedition South Florida, then Backcountry Kayak Fishing. Participants should be in good physical condition. A Florida fishing license is required unless you're 65 or older. To make reservations, call 305-365-3018. To get on a list for filling cancellation vacancies on short notice, send an email message to Roberto Icaza: ricaza@miamidade.gov. 16 WATERFRONTTIMES.COM September2011 Waterfront Times Fort Lauderdale Yoga Club: 6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-8742272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub. 21, Wednesday Miami Marine Council: 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. 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. 100 Best Mysteries Book Discussion Group: 6:30 p.m. meeting every third Wednesday of the month at Murder at the Beach Bookstore, 273 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach. 561-279-7790. 22, Thursday Marathon International Bonefish Tournament: 4 p.m. kickoff at Cabana Breezes, 425 Ocean Drive East, Key Colony Beach. Cost: $225 per angler. Proceeds benefit a Marathonarea charity. 305-395-1554. Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Mondays 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. 23, Friday First Day of Fall 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. 24, Saturday Sailormans 12th Annual Backyard Bash: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. food, prizes and sales at Sailorman, 350 E. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 866-729-3751. 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, 954340-4791. 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. 29, Thursday Biscayne Bay Sailing Club: 6:30 p.m. meeting at Joes Tiki Bar, in the Sonesta Hotel, eighth floor, 3301 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami. Open to the public. No boating experience required. 305-6829030; www.thesailingclub.com. Spearfishing & Lobster Trip Meet-up: 9 a.m. Thursday meetings at Dixie Divers, 455 S. Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach. 954-420-0009. Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting Thursdays at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. Yoga Class : 5-6 p.m. Mondays 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. 30, Friday Take Stock In Children Backcountry Challenge: 5-7 p.m. kickoff at the Lions Club, MM 100 oceanside, Key Largo. Entry fee: $100 per adult angler and $70 per youth angler through Sept. 30. A $25 late fee charged to adults registering at the kick-off. 305-852-4087 or 786-390-3672. Food For The Poors 5K Walk For Hunger: 6:30 a.m. to noon to raise funds for families facing severe malnutrition in Caribbean and Latin America; takes place at Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach. Cost: $15-$20 per participant. 954-360-1315; 888-404-4248; FoodForThePoor.org/walk. 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. 25, Sunday Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International 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 Commercial Village Street Fair: 3-9 p.m. starting at 331 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 754-816-9137. 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. 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. 26, Monday Yoga Class: 5-6 p.m. Mondays 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. 27, Tuesday Fort Lauderdale Yoga Club : 6:30 p.m. at 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. 877-8742272; www.meetup.com/fortlauderdaleyogaclub. 28, Wednesday Pompano Beach Offshore Anglers : meets 7:30 p.m. at Gallupis Restaurant, at Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course, 1103 N. Federal Highway, CALENDAR | FROM PAGE 13 EVENTS CALENDAR might make more commotion than bonefish could stand. "You're quieter on the boat," David said. A lot of flats in Biscayne Bay are very soft, making wading difficult. Our location had firm footing, but I stayed aboard to get accustomed to the kayak. We three clients were pretty green at this, the Bunting boys less so. They have a kayak at home in Cooper City, near a municipal lake. They've fished from the kayak, but not on the bay flats, never professionally guided. I know the flats fairly well but never paddled a kayak until that morning. I did bring years of canoe experience. Occasionally I had paddled canoes with a kayak paddle, which gives you more efficient propulsion, stroke for stroke, when you're just traveling. After about four hours, it was evident that the kayak paddle works out different muscles from the shoulder and biceps-intensive canoe paddle. I felt a little soreness in the upper trapezius muscles, beneath the neck and between the shoulder blades. I think the infraspinatus and rhomboideus (everybody knows what those are, right?) took unaccustomed exertion too. Are we fishing yet? Of course. Gauzens encouraged me to use a lead-head bucktail jig that he fished out of his tackle bag. He calls it a skimmer. He doesn't know the brand name. The lure's flathead is hot pink, with eyes. The white tail has a couple of wide, silvery Mylar strips on each side and narrow scarlet ones down the middle. For fishing a grassy flat, its best feature is a two-pronged weed guard of stiff monofilament. It looks a lot, but not exactly, like the BackBone skimmer jig I found later online. "Thanks, I'll try it," I said, being polite. I had other jigs I thought were better. Gauzens suggested adding a bit of Berkley Gulp bait to the hook. I did. Right away, I caught a small barracuda not what I came for, but it told me that to a fish, the skimmer looks like something to attack. Then again, a barracuda will hit almost anything shiny and fast. I slowed my retrieve to a sweep-and-pause pattern that used to be called the "Florida whip." That caught a feisty jack. I looked around and saw that the other guys were landing jacks too. A few minutes after I let the jack go, something else with big eyes chased the skimmer almost to the kayak before turning away. Another cast, with a slower retrieve, and it grabbed the lure. I couldn't identify it, except to note that it was really, really ugly. It took off, peeling line out against the reel drag and twisting it nicely before I slowed it down. It made two more long, fast runs, rather like a bonefish, before I brought it alongside and grabbed it by the tail. "Biggest puffer I've ever caught," I called to Roberto Icaza, who was paddling over with his camera phone. "It's a boxfish," said he, who sees more of those than I do. "You're right, it is a big one." Besides being ugly, the flat-bottomed boxfish looks like it might be able to float until it tips over but not swim, except that this one swam with impressive speed. As the rising tide began flooding the flats, David Gauzens told us to anchor at the edge of the flat and cast our lures parallel to the channel. "The fish are going there now to trap bait against the edge," he said. Doing as instructed, the others caught more jacks. I didn't, but as the tide rose higher a flock of gulls swooped down to pick off units of whatever baitfish the jack were chasing. I cast the skimmer under a gull that was hovering about 40 feet away and got another hard bite just below the surface. I saw the fish dive, looking too dark for a jack. It turned out to be a hefty mutton snapper. "Definitely the catch of the day so far," Roberto said. It amply exceeded the 16-inch keeper minimum. He dropped it into the cooler on his kayak. My snapper wasn't the fish-in-chief for long. 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17Wa te rf r ont TimesSeptember2011 WA TERFRONTTIMES.COM Plumbing Plumbing Plumbing Plumbing Plumbing Rub Rail Rub Rail Rub Rail Rub Rail Rub RailRUBRAILS.COM Rub rails delivered and installed anywhere. Call 1-877-287-6707. Welding Welding Welding Welding WeldingWood-Chip Marine Lumber & SuppiesPremium Hardwoods Plywoods Veneers Laminates @ 3301 S Andrews AV, Bay 8, FtL 954-522-1481 www.woodchiplumber.com 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-CHUCK WORKSHOPcustom yacht & residential carpentry at Harbor Town Marina, Dania Cut-Off canal. Call 954-922-3221. SWISS WOODWORK INC StrippingRepairing Refinishing of Furniture & Wooden Boat Parts Call 954-978-2090. Custom marine carpentry at Cable Marine Call 954-462-2822 or 954-587-4000. Woodworking Woodworking Woodworking Woodworking Woodworking Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine ServicesMOBILE REPAIR & MAINTENANCEPeriodic & Troubleshooting, Mechanical, Electrical, Pumps, etc. CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVC CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVC CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVC CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVC CIRCUMNAVIGATOR'S YACHT SVCExp'd, Honest, Reliable. (954) 608-1551 8'x4' WORK FLOATS for rent $25 per day per float. Free delivery. Call 954-941-DOCK Yacht Docktor Dockside Specialist From bow to stern yacht maintenance & repair Deliveries & management contract. Capt David call 954-818-6659. See ad page 11. MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLINBoard Certified in Admiralty & Maritime Law by the Florida Bar2787 E Oakland Blvd, #205, Ft Laud 33306954-792-5425 321-9157 fax: 524-9464disclaimer: disclaimer: disclaimer: disclaimer: disclaimer: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Admiralty Law Admiralty Law Admiralty Law Admiralty Law Admiralty LawWAX MOBILE SERVICESwash, 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 Cleaning Boats Cleaning Boats Cleaning Boats Cleaning Boats Cleaning BoatsNEPTUNE AIR CORP Sales, Service & InstallationAll Brands 1611 SW 2nd Avenue, Ft Laud., FL 33315 Call: 954-779-2510 Office & Fax: 954-585-8222Cell: 954-701-0421Cell: 954-701-0419All your marine canvas & upholstery needswww.doronbcanvas.com 3000 Ravenswood RD, Unit #6, Dania BeachCANVAS FACTORY CANVAS FACTORY CANVAS FACTORY CANVAS FACTORY CANVAS FACTORYflybridge covers, Bimini tops, mooring covers & repairs. Mobile truck will perform work at your site. Call 954-781-1970. 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 954-651-5521 A/C & Refrig. A/C & Refrig. A/C & Refrig. A/C & Refrig. A/C & Refrig. Boat Training / Yacht Management & Maintenance member Call us today! 888-361-BOAT WWW.SAFELYMOORED.COMComplete Boat Detailing Canvas/Upholstery Hurricane PreparednessBottom Painting Management & MaintenanceA/C & Refrigeration Captains for Hire/DeliveriesHands on Boat Training Electronic Installation & RepairDiving/Bottom CleaningWe are your one-stop shop for all your boating needs. Our services include but are not limited to: Gold Coast DivingPropeller ServicesRemoval € Replacement € ReconditioningPICK-UP & DELIVERY!(MIAMI TO PALM BEACH)Professional, Prompt & Affordable ServiceALL SIZES FROM MEGAYACHT TO DINGHYFULLY LICENSED & INSURED( 954)914-1011€(5 61)347-7811 (MIAMI TO JUPITER) ALL SIZES FROM MEGAYACHT TO TENDER Removal Replacement Reconditioning Sales Detailing Detailing Detailing Detailing Detailing Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical ElectricalBay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. See our ad on page 11. 954-491-0979 SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336 Electronics Electronics Electronics Electronics Electronics CANVAS FACTORYFlybridge covers, Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs.Mobile truck will perform work at your site.Call 954-781-1970 .EAST COAST Boat DetailingWash, Wax, Compound, Bottom Cleaning. 954-803-6238 Headliners Headliners Headliners Headliners HeadlinersMarine HEADLINERS & INTERIORS Free estimates. Call 954-849-3287. EAST COAST BOAT DETAILINGfiberglass repair & gelcoat. 954-803-6238 SAME DAY DOCKSIDE SERVICE V & G Yacht Works 954-925-6336 Fiberglass Fiberglass Fiberglass Fiberglass Fiberglass BOATBOTTOMCLEANINGDIVINGCOMPANYProfessional Divers Courteous ServiceZinc Installations Propeller Removal Underwater Repairs954-303-6297ALUMINUMLeaning Posts, T-Tops, Ladders, Railings, Arches, Towers. New River Welding & Fabrication. 3100 SR 84. 954-321-6174 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 prepurchaseinsurancefinancial surveys Yachts-small craft. Visa/MasterCard www.florida-boatsurvey.com 954-942-4803 Surveyors Surveyors Surveyors Surveyors SurveyorsDUFFY'S DIVING SERVICE PropsShaftsZincsBottoms Monthly & bi-monthly service available Complete underwater maintenance Phone: (954) 964-0064 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 Y ACHT POLISHING We can polish your hull & clean your waterline. 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Captains/Crew Post Wanted WantedPersonalsNOTICES PG 18 DOCKAGE Page 18-19North Broward Central Broward South Broward Dade Palm Beach The Keys Out State Commercial Dry StorageREAL ESTATE Pages 19For RentApartmentsStorage BaysDockominiums HomesLotsCondominiums Diving Diving Diving Diving Diving Mechanics Mechanics Mechanics Mechanics Mechanics Hurtak Marine, Inc.Need someone to keep an eye on your boat or tell you what works & what doesn't?Call Joe the Plumbler 954-483-3006ALP'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.Call Anthony 954-973-1135954-258-9874 Lettering Lettering Lettering Lettering Lettering On The Water Boat Training / Yacht Management memberCall us today! 888-361-BOATWWW.SAFELYMOORED.COMSafety InspectionTrip Planning Boat OperationBoating Etiquette AnchoringClose Quarter Handling DockingBasic Knots & Line HandlingAt Safely Moored, we offer superior hands on boat training. Our courses are designed with all experience levels in mind. Hands On Safe Boating Courses: Champagne GraphicsSigns & Lettering Engraving, Apparel 954-584-8314 Yachtsigns of Fort Lauderdale. Call Gary Mottman 954-260-0119. Instruction Instruction Instruction Instruction InstructionMarine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services continue next column Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services continued PLUMBINGPLUMBINGPLUMBINGPLUMBINGPLUMBINGWater/Fuel Systems Water/Fuel Systems Water/Fuel Systems Water/Fuel Systems Water/Fuel SystemsService on: Service on: Service on: Service on: Service on: Heads Heads Heads Heads Heads Hot Water Tanks Hot Water Tanks Hot Water Tanks Hot Water Tanks Hot Water Tanks Seacocks Seacocks Seacocks Seacocks Seacocks Holding Tanks Holding Tanks Holding Tanks Holding Tanks Holding Tanks A/C Pumps A/C Pumps A/C Pumps A/C Pumps A/C Pumps Bilge & Sump Bilge & Sump Bilge & Sump Bilge & Sump Bilge & Sump Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Replace Hoses Replace Hoses Replace Hoses Replace Hoses Replace Hoses Wipers Wipers Wipers Wipers WipersCall Hurtak Marine, Inc. Hurtak Marine, Inc. Hurtak Marine, Inc. Hurtak Marine, Inc. Hurtak Marine, Inc.954-483-3006 Mr Diesel Dockside ServiceCall Jack 954-816-1946Any diesel problem: Engines or generators, large or small. We are available as a 24-hour service. Very reasonable rates, excellent references. To Subscribe... call 954-524-9450 To Subscribe... call 954-524-9450 To Subscribe... call 954-524-9450 To Subscribe... call 954-524-9450 To Subscribe... call 954-524-9450Classified Ads Classified Ads Classified Ads Classified Ads Classified Ads continue next two pages Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services continue next columnBay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. Bay Master Electronics, Inc. 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Call 305-522-3353 or 561-445-0462.Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services Diving Services continue next column Diving Diving Diving Diving DivingPatriot Custom Engine Servicesee display ad under "Marine Services". 954-806-9791Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services continued Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services Marine Services continue next column waterfronttimes.comSee these same artisans on the web at

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18September2011Wa te rf r ont Times WA TERFRONTTIMES.COM Generators Honda Generators Seven Seas Yacht Sales 1500 W Broward Blvd, Ft L. 954-463-8143 Generators & Engines for sale YACHT FITTERS 954-768-9797 For Sale Engines Engines Engines Engines EnginesEngines & Generators for sale YACHT FITTERS 954-768-9797 Joel's Outboard Marine Dockside service www.JoelsOutBoardMarine.net 954-763-7729 Patriot Custom Engine Servicesee display ad under "Marine Services". 954-806-9791 Boats Boats Boats Boats BoatsCorinne's CLEAN CABINS specializing in Condominium and Interior boat cleaning. Over 20 yrs exp. 954-673-2099 Wanted Wanted Wanted Wanted Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted Help WantedI Buy & Sell Boat Books (786) 277-7835 www.KrazyJames.com Construction Construction Construction Construction ConstructionYacht repair facility seeks REFINISHER withfiberglass, gelcoat, Imron & Awlgrip exp. Min 5 yrs. Health Ins & 401K avail. 954-239-4206 Rick Gibbs PA Insurance is looking to hire a licensed & experienced agent/CSR. Must speak Spanish & have a 440 or 220. We use AMS 360 & QuickQuote webrater. Strong background in auto production a plus. Contact Rick Gibbs at 954-581-7740 x 108 or email rick@rickgibbspa.comUnderstaffed for this coming boating season?Place a "Help Wanted" in the Watefront Times.Call 954-524-9450 for details. Home Cleaning Home Cleaning Home Cleaning Home Cleaning Home Cleaning Home Computing Home Computing Home Computing Home Computing Home ComputingPaul's PC Works"Personal IT Professional for individuals" All Computer problems in 1 or 2 days. Websites, virus, private lessons, network, upgrades, save data & much more. Call 954-892-0507 www.paulspcworks.comI Sell & Buy Boat Books (786) 277-7835 www.KrazyJames.com DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksCENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARDRIO VISTAdeepwater, no lvbd. Wtr/Elec, Up to 60'. Caretaker avail. 954-524-7228 N Fk New River @5 ST180' dock, gated, no lvbd. NFB, long term only. Ph 954-873-7273 Docks 4 RentLas Olas liveaboard Low Rates Great Docks Fred0531@att.net 954-295-6413 MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area Private Quiet Water Location No fixed bridges pump-out 9' MLW up to 100' Wi-Fi 50/100 amp Call 954-467-8220. 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. H2O & 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 BAYVIEWto 50+', deep draft, NFB, wide canal off ICW, secure prvt entr, parking. Call 954-537-7754. HENDRICKS ISLE to 52' laundry, pumpout BBQ $600. Call 954-306-3187 954-663-8132 SE 9 ST at Cordova RD. Elec & Water. Up to 42'. No Lvbd. $375/month. 954-522-4163 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 45' & 100'-125' no sail, NFB, water/metered elec. Private/secure, no lvbd, dockside cottage availl. 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 & Marinaon Marina Mile. Long or short term. 7" draft. 954-583-5818 Isle of Venice up to 42'. Brand New Docks Pump outMetered 100 amp elec. NFB. With parking. No lvbds. Call 312-617-5665. OFF CORDOVA RDto 50' NFB No Lvbd Water/Electric. Call 843-742-6878. HURRICANE HOLEShadedQuietPrivate Secure. 40' $550 includes: water/cable/WiFi. Electric extra. Call 954-523-2725. BAYVIEW1/2 mi to Bch. NFB. Dpwtr. 36'x15' Live-aboard or Storage incl Elec/ Water. Bath-Laundry-BBQ. 954-973-4981Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage continues next column DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksCENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage continuedCITRUS ISdpwtr, no fxd bridges, water, elec, up to 40'. No lvbd. Call 954-467-3817. Isle of Venice up to 42'. Brand New Docks Pump out Metered 100 amp electric. NFB. With parking. No lvbds. Call 312-617-5665. CITRUS ISLESWIDEST CANAL. Up to 40'. 6' max draft, NFB, wtr/elec & management avail Xlnt hurricane hole. No lvbd. 954-525-1771 GALLERIA area$600/mo incl water/electric up to 50'. Call Gerry 954-522-6446. 777 SW 6th ST South side of New River, just West of the 7th AV Bridge. Elec. to slip. Price between $350-$375 negot. 954-336-7767 Mike 954-651-4361 George New RiverPrime location, dpwtr, 30/50amp. NO LVBD. Web cam/wifi. Call 954-376-2221 GALLERIA AREAPrvt dwelling in homeDock up to 100' BoatPoolBBQUtilities incl. DpwtrNFB Fully Furnished Min $1250 price varies with boat size. Call 954-563-8479. Dock behind house, no bridges, 5 minutes to Fisheries, no LVBD, $10/ft. 954-647-3686 BEST LOCATION IN BROWARDBRAND NEW DOCK in Rio Vista area Up to 38'. 3 minutes from ocean. $375/month. Call 954-644-9394 Prvt Dock SE15 St 5 min to ocean. Up to 38' wtr/elec. No lvbd $400. Call 954 224 4251. BULLDOG PROPERTYMAINTENANCELicensed & Insured # G01136900005Commercial Build Outs Complete Home RenovationsFr ee Estimates 954-292-0458Se r ving Dade, Broward & Palm BeachRoofing Pressure Cleaning Painting Popcorn CeilingsFlooring & Window Treatments Landscaping, Tree Trimming, Lawn Maint. Home Services Home Services Home Services Home Services Home ServicesWE BUY BOATS & YACHTS! Call today for a free quote to get your boat sold now! Call 954-580-0550, ext 1 No Dock? No Problem!Docklocators.com E-mail: info@Docklocators.com Phone: 1-866-780-DOCK (3625) Y our #1 Choice for ALL DockageServing local marinas, moorings, and private docks Y OUR # 1 AGENT FOR MEGA YACHT DOCKAGE WITH CREW AT PRIVATE HOMES OR MARINAS. LOWEST PRICES IN FORT LAUDERDALE. LAST MINUTE DOCKAGE AV AILABLE & HURRICANE PROTECTION! CONTACT US TODAY.NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD docks run from McNab Road north to the Palm Beach County line.CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD docks run from McNab Road south to Port Everglades.SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD docks run from Dania Cut-Off Canal south to Dade County Line. Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage DockagePOMP BEACH8 Private Slips, 13'x40', New Construction. See video: WaterFrontPics.com Call Rob 954-817-7048. PRIVATE HOMEdpwtr, 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 lvbd. 954-786-1442 975 Hillsboro Mile1/2 mile to inlet, up to 85', 100 amp, no wake, no lvbd. 954-781-7356 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksNORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARDDockage Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage continues next page LOOKING for Private DOCKSPACE?ALL AREAS ALL SIZESDOCKFINDERS of South FloridaRENTING DOCKSPACE ? INQUIRE TODAY!954-771-2680info@dockfinders.com Boat Dockage Classifiedswww.DockSearch.comSEARCH RENT BUY SELL MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area Exclusive Private LocationNo fixed bridges Prime Amenities9' MLW, up to 100' Wi-Fi, 50/100 amp, No Lvbd.Call 954-467-8220 NORTH FORK NEW RIVER NORTH FORK NEW RIVER NORTH FORK NEW RIVER NORTH FORK NEW RIVER NORTH FORK NEW RIVERLiveaboard/Storage to 58' Pool Laundry Onshore facilities & workshops Pump-outs 30/50 ampriverviewmarina@comcast.net riverviewmarina@comcast.net riverviewmarina@comcast.net riverviewmarina@comcast.net riverviewmarina@comcast.net(954) 523-7440 (954) 523-7440 (954) 523-7440 (954) 523-7440 (954) 523-7440CORAL RIDGE Country Clubup to 85', deepwater, wide canal, quiet canal, 50 amp/water, no lvbd.954-628-6080 Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet ServicesLOOKING FOR A GOOD CLEAN USED BOAT?R.A. Marine Brokerage, Inc.serving the boating community since 1969954-249-7565 ramarine55@yahoo.comwww. ramarinebrokerage.com 1.954.941.DOCKr entadock.comW ill pay top dollar for deepwater dockage! Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Attention Boat Owners! Call Jack 954-816-1946Need work done on your boat?Will come to your boat at your dock at your convenience. We do all kinds of boat work & repair, specializing in Interior Damage. Full Diesel & Electric repair. If needed, we have a 200' hurricane safe wo r king dock, full security. For absentee owners & y acht brokers, we provide high quality maintenance & hurricane protection. Our work & dockage prices are half that of regular boatyard prices. Yacht Management Yacht Management Yacht Management Yacht Management Yacht Management JOIN THE PACK!ALL THE DOGS ARE DOING IT!Roccos PACK Out nAboutwww.meetup.com/Roccos-Pack-Out-n-About-Meetup-Group 10% OFFINITIAL SERVICES 786-309-5109 € info@roccospack.com Looking for an older fiberglass sloop 70's era. 30-35'. In reasonable shape. Must have operating diesel engine. Shallow draft. Sails. Minimal electronics OK. Cosmetically poor OK. Must have sound hull. Will travel to inspect. Cash deal. Leave contact # at 954-956-9210. I'll return all calls.Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services continue next column A A A A ADVERTISE DVERTISE DVERTISE DVERTISE DVERTISE IN IN IN IN INS S S S SOUTH OUTH OUTH OUTH OUTH F F F F FLORIDA LORIDA LORIDA LORIDA LORIDA P P P P PETS ETS ETS ETS ETSC C C C CALL ALL ALL ALL ALL TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY 954-530-3120 954-530-3120 954-530-3120 954-530-3120 954-530-3120Pets Pets Pets Pets Pets continue next column Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Pet Services Steel BuildingsHuge Savings / Factory Deals38'x50', 50x96, 63x120, 78x135 Misc. Sizes and Material available www.utilityking.com Source # 1FY866-609-4321 SUBSCRIBE to the South Florida Pets & WATERFRONT TIMES Call 954-524-9450Patriot Custom Engine Servicesee display ad under "Marine Services". 954-806-9791 SouthFlaPets.comSee these same ads on the web at See these dock slips on the web at waterfronttimes.com

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19Wa te rf r ont TimesSeptember2011 WA TERFRONTTIMES.COM Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate For RentFor RentFor RentFor RentFor RentRESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIALLAUD ISLES river dockage up to 45' & 100'-125'. no sail, NFB, wtr/metered elec. Prvt/secure, no lvbd, dockside cottage dockside cottage dockside cottage dockside cottage dockside cottage avail. 954-316-1246 GALLERIA AREAPrvt dwelling in homeDock up to 100' BoatPoolBBQUtilities incl. DpwtrNFB Fully Furnished Min $1250 price varies with boat size. Call 954-563-8479. Fenced & secure 4/3 house w/new 165' face dock & 100' side dock, 11'+ water, NFB, hurricane rated bullares, 440v/3-phase & 208/3-phase, pool, BBQ, 2+ car garage, across from Derecktor on Dania Cut-Off Canal. Ph: 262-443-9100 or 954-593-5225 Rent your residential waterfront property here. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450 or see the classified ad form below. Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage continued (954) 258-5900 T oll Free: 1-888-806-0621Search here for waterfront homes:www.AJRyanRE.comwith A.J. Ryan Realty established 1924Call John M. Ryan "I live on and sell waterfront property!" Looking to Buy or Sell Waterfront Property? COLDWELL BANKERResidential Real EstateRich ThompsonFor Sale: Deep Water, Ocean Access, NFB. Affordable Properties priced from $260,000 and up. For Rent: Dockage also available for rent.All types of properties available. 954-684-5374Y our Waterfront Specialistwith ocean-access listings throughout the area Search the MLS for WATERFRONT HOMES, visitwww.floridamoves.com/richard.thompson Dockominiums Dockominiums Dockominiums Dockominiums DockominiumsIsle of Venice3 new 40' boat slips w/ 2-bed condo. $425K. Call Dennis 312-617-5665. 34' Dock in Key Largo. Private, gated marina. Incl 2 dock boxes, tiki hut, patio set, power, water, whips, dockside pumpout, bathhouse, laundry room, pool, & jacuzzi Bayside. No bridges to open ocean. $79,900. Call 954-410-5602. MARATHONFor Sale. 65x21x5.5 w/tiki/parking/ gated/all amens. $245K. Lvbd OK. 303-877-9299 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450.Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate continued Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage Dockage continued Credit Card : T ypeV isa M/C AmEx DiscoverCard #____________________________________ Exp Date __/__Card Billing Street Address:_________________________Signature_____________________________ Date__/__/__ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINE: the 15th day of the month prior to issue$ 25 30 35 40 45ADDRESS CITYSTATEZIP PHONE ( ) ADVERTISER INFORMATIONNAMECLASSIFIED AD FORM2787 East Oakland Park Blvd, 205 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33306 SECTION:Phone: (954) 524-9450Fax: (954) 524-9464 WA TERFRONT TIMES South Florida's Nautical NewspaperCLASSIFIED RATES :(35 spaces per line)First two lines.... $25 Each line additional $5.00 DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksCENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD www.cityftmyers.com 239-321-7080 City of Ft Myers Yacht BasinSlips available 30'-120' Liveaboard Marina 6-Foot Draft Historic Downtown Fort Myers Fresh Fuel Annual rate $9.50/ft DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksWEST COAST FLA WEST COAST FLA WEST COAST FLA WEST COAST FLA WEST COAST FLANORTH MIAMIwww.KeystonePointMarina.com Dry Storage near Haulover Inlet. Sign up for 1 yr get 1 mo free. 305-940-6236 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. 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Call Dennis 312-617-5665.101 North Beach Road, Dania Beach, FL 33004Phone: 954-924-3796F ax: 954-926-3817Conveniently located across from the Dania Beach Pier. 42 permanent dock slips and 50 floating dock slips. Rental Rates-Floating Docks: $350.oo per month Fixed Docks: $575.oo per month under New Management 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 BEACHPrivate home Up to 50' deepwaterNFBWater/Elec. 305-673-0077 AVENTURAWaterways Marina. 75' slip for sale or rent by ownerdpwater well protectedmid way Ft Laud & Miami on ICW full services lvbd OK. 303-378-9100 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksMIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADEMARATHONFor Sale. 65x21x5.5 w/tiki/parking/ gated/all amens. $245K. Lvbd OK. 303-877-9299 34' Dock in Key Largo. Private, gated marina. Incl 2 dock boxes, tiki hut, patio set, power, water, whips, dockside pumpout, bathhouse, laundry room, pool, & jacuzzi Bayside. No bridges to open ocean. $79,900. Call 954-410-5602. Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksFLORIDA KEYS FLORIDA KEYS FLORIDA KEYS FLORIDA KEYS FLORIDA KEYSReal Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate continues next column Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate continues to right Unique Resort/Marina Opportunity in the Beautiful Florida KeysOwner/operator of two (2) small waterfront resort/marinas seeks investor/partner(s) for unique and lucrative redevelopment. Properties are currently operating as an economy motel and a short term apartment rental complex. Central Keys location (Marathon) affords easy access to all the charms of this beautiful island chain. Approvals and agreements in place for phase 1 to begin immediately. LEED certified "Green"construction and operating methods to be utilized. Why limit yourself to 8,9,10 or ev en 12 cap investments? This unique,new product and this location will redefine second home and v acation ownership in select areas. Jim Rhyne Coconut Cay Resort & Marina Marathon,Florida Keys305-393-1999jim@coconutcay.comwww.theclubatcoconutcay.com/developer Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate continues next column Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate DocksDocksDocksDocksDocksSOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARDRoyale Palm Yacht Basinfull service marina on the Dania Cut-off Canal. No bridges. Live Aboards welcome! 954-923-5900 Fenced & secure 4/3 house w/new 165' face dock & 100' side dock, 11'+ water, NFB, hurricane rated bullares, 440v/3-phase & 208/3-phase, pool, BBQ, 2+ car garage, across from Derecktor on Dania Cut-Off Canal. 262-443-9100 or 954-593-5225 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Slips Available 30-120 feet. Gated Community with Tropical Pool, T ennis, and Fitness Complex. Deluxe Marble Tiled Baths and Showers. Convenient Parking.(954) 457-8557 in Hollywood, Florida Rates as Low as $0.50 a foot for boats 40 feet & under Perfect place for Live-Aboards with Amenities y ou would expect at a country club Great Location Gated Community Beautiful Grounds Great Restaurant "Rendezvous"Please call or stop by for a viewing & more info:2525 Marina Bay DR West, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312954-791-7600 www.MarinaBay-FL.com waterfronttimes.comY ou can see these same properties on the web atFT LAUDSE 15 St. 1st canal to Port, up to 44', safe minutes to inlet, deep, no wake. $10/ft includes water/elec. 954-525-1872 Join South Florida's largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Living and working on the New River Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate (954) 462-5770 FT LAUDERDALE BEACHSpectacular Mediterranean Style Estate1 of only 49 homes on Ft Lauderdale Beach! 5-bdrm, 51/2-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. DAVIEHorse 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 REDUCED$2,500,000. DEEPWATERNO FIXED BRIDGESCitrus 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 DUPLEX2BR/2BA approx. 1,200 Sq Ft on each side. 75' waterfront, no fixed bridge, ocean access canalOffers Considered. Price slashed $200K! Now $499,900. CITRUS ISLE DUPLEXDeepwater 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.$485,000. IMPERIAL CONDOCoral Ridge waterfront condo. Spacious 2/2 with enclosed patio, covered parking & water view. Dockage as available.$239,000. NEW RIVERReduced. Watch the yachts go by from this 3/2 home directly on the New River with 80' of waterfront, ocean access, NFB. SHORT SALENOW $425,000. 2 PLATTED BUILDING LOTS83'x100' each, one Waterfront, one Dry Lot. Lots are contiguousSo Buy one or both! Near Downtown, off South Fork New River. $350K Wet / $250K Dry . STARLIGHT TOWERSLaud By The Sea2/2 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 livingbring the horse & ATV. Quail Roost Ranches: 2.5-acre vacant lot. $45,000. 4.3-acre vacant lot. $75,000.www.garganorealty.com 800 E. BROWARD BLVD., SUITE 101 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33301 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. 1/11/2 Canal View, meticulously maintained..$109,900. 1/11/2 Competely updated, Tile Floor, Bahama Shutters...$154,900. 1/11/2 Competely updated..............................$154,900. 1/11/2 Direct New River view...... REDUCED$185,000. 2/11/2 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., Pool/Canal/Garden view$159,900. 2/2 Split bdrms, top floor panaramic view of tennis/canal...$184,900. 2/2 Wood floors, City view............................$189,000. 2/2 Remodeled, Beautiful, canal & river view........$219,900. 2/2 Completely remodeled, pool view, covered parking...$239,500. 2/2 largest corner, ultra contemporary...........$249,000. 2/2 River view, decorator touches................$259,000. 2/2 Largest corner, pool/canal view..............$269,000. 2/2 Direct New River view, watch the yachts!.....$269,900. 2/2 Direct New River view, Completely Remodeled...$275,000. 2/2 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.WWW.GARGANOREALTY.COM RIVER REACH CONDOS-Limited Dockage Available Now!!!SOLD SOLDSOLD SOLD Contract Contract SOLD SOLD Contract Thousands of waterfront homeowners get W aterfront News delivered, monthly.Call 954-524-9450 to advertise. Subscribe to the W aterfront Times.Call 954-524-9450

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