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Serving South Florida’s Coastal NeighborhoodsAPRIL 2018 YEAR 8 IS SUE 10 Admiralty Law 7 € Classifieds 13 € Events Calendar 10 € Galley 8 € Tide Table 11 SARAH GIBBENS New York Times Syndicate Ocean conservationists from watchdog group Oceana are hunting for illegal fishing activity, and one new method they are exploring for catching offenders is satellite data. The data comes from a monitoring network called the Automatic Identification System, or AIS. AIS was established so large ships could broadcast their locations and avoid collisions. In a new report from Oceana, researchers detail examples of how they used AIS collected by conservation group Global Fishing Watch to track four fishing vessels that were “going dark,” or trying to avoid detection. They say the case studies are examples of how AIS data can be used to track illegal fishing activities in the future. “Illegal fishing is a global problem that’s threatening the sustainability of our world’s fisheries,” says Lacey Malarky, an analyst for Oceana and co-author on the report. “It’s a big deal for countries that rely on seafood for their livelihoods. [Illegal fishing] really impacts local communities that need oceans to survive.” A report released by Greenpeace last year estimated that illegal fishing in West Africa alone costs the region more than $2 billion annually. Illegal fishing also threatens a number of marine protected areas that are set up to restrict fishing activities in order to keep marine animal populations healthy, but which may be difficult for many countries to patrol. Tracking dark ships In the specific cases Malarky and her co-author Beth Lowell analyzed, ships were transmitting AIS signals for some of the time, and algorithms were then used to identify when the signal ceased for longer than 24 or 48 hours. “It really is happening everywhere in every ocean and in a lot of countries’ national waters,” says Malarky. “These four case studies are just the tip of the iceberg.” A Panamanian ship called the Tiuna was the first fishing boat they identified going dark. In October 2014, the Fly fishing leg end dies .....................................3 Healthy meals tha t sa tisfy ............................8 Plan to restrict fishing near coral reef squashed ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times A menacing plan to restrict fishing over nearshore coral reefs between St. Lucie Inlet and Biscayne National Park has been dropped by the Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative, a quasi-governmental organization, after a two-year campaign against it by sport fishing interests. The proposal, introduced in 2016, would have put 20 to 30 percent of the reef area in that stretch — about 120 miles long, and from the mean high tide line to 3 miles offshore — into “marine protected areas” or no-take zones. Fishing-doers protested, although in unpersuasive numbers at first. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission also objected. Its longstanding policy is to oppose no-fishing restrictions as a solution to problems except as a last resort when all the less drastic alternatives have been tried and failed. That didn’t look like it was enough to stop the proposition. Public comment opportunities offered by SEFCRI and its supervisor, the state Department of Environmental Protection, were under-publicized. Another limitation was the inclination of fishingdoers to squawk among themselves when their interests are threatened without moving on to action. Then along came Bruce Marx, a Miami lawyer and fisherman with experience at drawing others into fishing causes. He already had a big, fat database of the flower and chivalry of sport fishing in southeast Florida, people ready to help him get things done. He augmented it by speaking at club meetings, enlarging the database and frequently rereminding everyone who hadn’t signed on yet. Thus he sought and collected a blizzard of public commentary condemning the notion of shutting off fishing territory first and citing justification afterward. His final score: 1,083 added voices crying “No!” That did it. Marx reported to his following as follows: “On 3/6/18, a meeting was held by the SEFCRI (Southeastern Florida Coral Reef Initiative) where it was announced that N-146 was being withdrawn from consideration. This was a very important win for us and shows what can happen if the fishing stakeholders voice their collective opinions to the involved government officials.” Bad ideas have a way of reviving, so it may be too early now to get complacent about stopping that one without putting up better ideas for solving problems. The reefs do have problems — wear and tear, pollution, environmental diseases — that need to be solved Capt. Dan Kipnis, another stubborn environmental activist, is working on a solution that he calls Project 55. Its stated goal is to create “a comprehensive, adaptive management strategy for Southeast Florida’s coral reef ecosystem, to better balance the use and protection of the coral reef ecosystem.” You can probably assume it won’t include notake zones. vessel was transmitting AIS data on the western boundary of the Galpagos Marine Reserve. The region is one of the most biodiverse on the planet and hosts a number of lucrative fish. The ship was dark for 15 days before it began transmitting signals again on the reserve’s eastern border. Over 2015 and 2016, an Australian commercial fishing vessel called the Corinthian Bay appeared to enter a notake marine reserve on 10 separate occasions. According to the data, the vessel turned off its AIS system before entering the reserve and turned on its system after exiting. In a statement to National Geographic, a representative from the Australian Fisheries Management Authority stated that an investigation into the Corinthian Bay’s temporarily disabled AIS revealed no suspicious activity. “AFMA has checked on all of the data for the Corinthian Bay and we hold no concerns for their movements in the period in question,” said an organization representative. Additionally, the authority stated that all Australian vessels are required to install a vessel monitoring system that monitors vessels at all times. Because knowing the location of fisheries is lucrative intel, the AFMA does not share this information with third parties. In 2014 and 2015, a Spanish fishing vessel called the Releixo went dark when leaving the port of Dakar in Senegal and entering Gambian waters. The ship went dark at least 21 times during this period, each time for an average of 16 d ays. The final case study highlighted in the report looked at a Spanish vessel called Egaluze that, over a period of seven months from 2012 to 2013, appeared to turn off its AIS system while operating in national waters of five different African countries. The vessel also turned off its navigation monitoring system while on the high seas. “The regions we’re highlighting are illegal fishing hot spots,” says Malarky. “Going dark is not necessarily illegal. It may indicate that they’re doing something suspicious, but we can’t p rove they’re doing anything illegal because we can’t see what they’re doing.” SEE SPACE | PAGE 4 How illegal fishing is being tracked worldwide from space

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3April 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times Columnist “Lefty died today.” It was not a surprise, and I suppose the message I got by e-mail from Alberto Rey on March 14 was repeated verbatim on all the other electronic media and probably some pen on paper notes by people of Lefty Kreh’s generation — he was 93 years old, born in 1925 — who don’t change. Lefty al ways could change. He, more than anyone, changed fly fishing from a stuffy rich man’s pastime to a popular common person’s sport. It was he who designed most of Temple Fork Outfitters’ line of excellent, affordably priced rods and its BVK (his initials) reels. TFO introduced the rods with a statement that Lefty insisted that they be priced within reach of the average angler. If you didn’t know him at all, that seemed like mere marketing. If you knew him even a little, you knew it was true. He was younger then, and young even into his 90s. If the physical downside of aging hadn’t finally curtailed his t raveling, innovating and teaching activities, you can bet he would be changing things still. Last year, when he was 92, doctors commanded him to cancel his calendar of gadabouting. He accepted it gracefully while continuing to work on projects he could do at home in Maryland. He told us about that, knowing it would make us sad but with an upbeat tone that made us feel better. “Us” means practically everyone in fly fishing, from his closest personal friends to the jillions who learned from him in long-ago encounters that lasted a few hours or less than an hour. Lefty was a colossus of fly fishing. Thanks to 32 books and uncountable magazine articles, videos and DVDs, he still is. Other fly greats of his time are mere giants. He was wise, funny and modest to a fault. If anybody disliked him, nobody knows it. Twig Tolle Jr., a Fort Lauderdale fishing-doer, got to know Lefty pretty well years ago when both were working the fishing show circuit. Tolle was an advertising rep for a magazine, Fly Fishing in Salt Water. Lefty usually attended as a casting demonstrator and teacher sponsored by a tackle company, usually Sage. “That man was one of a kind,” Tolle told me. “He hated to say no anyone, which really set him apart from many of those who called themselves his peers. He had none. Period.” Tolle is, and probably was then, quite a good fly fisherman. Like others who are better, he could al ways learn something new from Lefty Kreh. “I’d practice casting with him every morning before the show started,” he said. “We would go up to the casting pond and I would ask him to work with me. For the five minutes he was there with me, I cast perfectly. The minute after he walked away, it all felt apart. I used to call it ‘Lefty’s magic dust.’” I guess that makes Twig one of the hundreds who knew him pretty well. I’m one of the other jillions. I met Lefty when he was running the Metropolitan Miami Fishing Tournament in a tiny office off the lobby of the Miami Herald, where I was a reporter upstairs. Lefty was there from 1964 to 1972. I owned a two-piece fiberglass fly rod but had never learned to cast it properly. The Herald building was alongside Biscayne Bay. We walked out to the seawall. “Let’s have your rod,” he said. I doubted it was good enough for a serious lesson. Lefty said it was. “The rod isn’t as important as the caster,” he told me. “A good fly caster can make good casts with any rod. Watch this.” DIRTY FUELIS THE #1 CAUSE OF DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLE Impurities in your tanks rob engines of valuable horsepower and can, at the worst possible time, leave your vessel “DEAD IN THE WA TER” Removing the fuel from the tank is useless. 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4 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times Clay Porch has been appointed science and research director of NOAA’s Southeast Fisheries Science Center in Miami, succeeding Bonnie J. Ponwith. Porch has worked for NOAA fisheries ever since he earned his PhD in marine biology and fisheries and physical oceanography across the road at the University of Miami. His bachelor’s and master’s degrees also were earned at UM. He started at the science center as lead fishery stock assessment scientist for Atlantic bluefin tuna, and stock assessment has remained his specialty. He has held leadership positions since 2006 at the science center, whose territory covers the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. As science and research director his territory expands considerably: Besides the main laboratory in Miami, he will be in charge of six labs and field stations in Panama City, Fla., Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and North Carolina. Boats, captains recognized Research info on the curious habits of dolphin — the fish, not the bottlenose mammal — would be sparse without the contributions of offshore fishers who catch and release the fish with research tags attached. Thus the Dolphinfish Research Program annually recognizes the boats and captains who’ve contributed the most. Don Gates’ private boat Killin Time II and the Thomas brothers’ charter boat Thomas Flyer tagged the most dolphin in 2017, one of the Dolphinfish Research Program’s most successful seasons. Neither award is surprising. Gates, a Texas oilman and central Florida native whose boat is harbored at Cudjoe Key, has won the private boat trophy 11 times since the research project was started in 2001. Captains Rick and Jimbo Thomas, whose Thomas Flyer docks at Bayside in Miami, have won the charter award eight times. Killin Time II’s crew tagged 424 dolphin, a new one-year record for a single boat and pretty impressive even for one whose owner is devoted to the task — so devoted that in 16 years its score is 2,700 taggings. As charter captains whose clients fish for all offshore species, the Thomas brothers probably can’t ever match that but their 194 taggings in 2017 made them an easy winner in their category and their cumulative total is 2,425, second highest of any crew. In the South Atlantic Bight division, two South Florida vessels were recognized. The leader with 354 taggings was Cool Cat, home-ported at Key Largo. It’s owned by Caterpillar bulldozer dealer Pantropic/Kelly Tractor with Ed Kattel as captain. Cool Cat won the overall private boat championship in 2015 and 2016. It has 758 taggings in three years. The Mag E, owned by Gary York and home ported at West Palm Beach, tagged 70 dolphin to finish second to Cool Cat. York has tagged 460 in four years. Florida lobster season ceases Stop catching lobster. Florida’s season closed on April 1— no prank. The Fish and Wildlife Conservation (FWC) Commission announced this year’s two-day recreational lobster opening will be July 25-26, a Wednesday and Thursday. After that, no more lobster catching until the next regular season opens on Aug. 6.Director appointed to NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center Stop catching permit, too. It’s off limits for spawning season from April 1 to the end of July in the state’s Special Permit Zone. The prohibition includes all state and federal waters of the Gulf coast south of Cape Sable in Everglades National Park, and all the waters from Cape Florida south through all of Biscayne Bay and the Florida K eys. Before this year, permit were protected from May through July, but when April spawning was discovered the FWC added this month to the off-season. 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A vessel going dark now triggers a signal that tells us when and where to look,” Mayorga adds. Increasing transparency The report made recommendations to increase transparency around ships turning off AIS systems. One is around vessel size. The International Maritime Organization requires all passenger ships, tankers, and ships above a certain weight to transmit AIS, but the EU mandates the rule only for vessels longer than 15 meters. Individual governments can mandate to what extent that requirement is enforced and conservationists say this is a major loophole. “There really is no global standard,” adds Malarky. Her report also recommends vessels be required to state why they stop transmitting AIS, paired with stronger enforcement by local governments to punish — and thus deter — lawbreaking activities. In addition to protecting developing nations’ fisheries, the report states enforcing AIS best practices plays an important role in helping reach the United Nations goal of protecting 10 percent of the ocean by 2020 (a goal we likely won’t reach). Sarah Gibbens is a digital writer at National Geographic. SPACE |FROM PAGE 1

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6 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times Lefty turned fly fishing from rich man’s pastime to popular sportHe laid out several perfect medium to long casts to prove what he said and handed me the rod. I made some lousy copies and asked about accuracy. Lefty took the rod back. Some trash was floating by on a current, left to right. “What do you want me to hit?” he asked. That coffee cup, I said, pointing to a medium-size Styrofoam one about 40 feet away. Ping! Lefty hit it. ‘Now the small one,” he said, and pinged one further out, spinning the opening toward us. “Want to bet I can’t put one inside it?” he asked, and without waiting for an answer he did. Next he disjointed the rod, put down the butt section and reel and used only the tip section, calling his casts like a pool shooter: “The Busch can.” Ping! “Bud bottle.” Ping! “Cigarette pack.” Ping! Then he rejoined the sections, made a couple of backcasts and with the forward stroke laid out the entire 90-foot fly line plus a few yards of backing on the water. The tip section trick isn’t as hard as it looked then. Lefty could cast an entire fly line with only his right hand, no rod. What? You’re right, that’s impossible, but he could and did. If you’ve seen him demonstrate, you might have wondered why a man called Lefty cast right-handed. Explanation: A long time ago, he tore his left biceps muscle while turning a mattress. He was ambidextrous anyway, so casting right-handed was no big deal for him. That inspired me to practice with my left arm. I haven’t perfected it, but I do it well enough to know I can become proficient if I need to. Some details of that day at the office have grown fuzzy. I’m fairly sure Lefty gave me the standard clock-face lesson: You pretend that your casting arm is the hour hand on a clock, bringing it up to the 2 o’clock position for the backcast and stopping the forward stroke at 10 o’clock. That still works well for beginners and novices. Lefty learned it in his 20s from the now-legendary Joe Brooks, but his style evolved far beyond it. I’ve read that in 1965, at least two years before I met him, he published a magazine article describing his first important innovation: Instead of staying face-on to the target and stopping the backcast at 2 o’clock, turn your upper body to follow it and let your arm and shoulder reach back nearly to a horizontal position. The longer backcast enables a longer forward stroke. Lefty explained that as long as your cast moves in a straight line and you don’t flap your wrist, your cast will go where you aim it. The rigid and stodgy wing of traditional fly fishing excoriated him for writing such stuff and denounced Outdoor Life for publishing it. Later when they watched him demonstrate the technique, their eyes bulged. The best fly casters these days do it Lefty’s way, or some other way based on it. Lefty apparently figured out that and a lot of other things on his own, but in a typical conversation he was likely to ask nearly as many questions as he answered. My favorite Lefty quote is “I learn from everybody.” I’ve been holding out a few of Twig Tolle’s memories for an ending. Take over, Twig. “What I recall most about those sh ows, and Lefty in general, was his boundless energy. He would walk around with three or four fly rods in one hand and a Sage guide bag full of God-knows-what in the other and he would outpace anyone else. It literally was a task at times to keep up with him. Meanwhile you were silently laughing at yourself the entire time, since this guy is quite literally 40plus years older than you are. “So there I am at one of the Shallow Water Fishing Expos, I think in Charleston S.C. I had spent a good deal of time speaking with Nick Curcione, Lefty, and a few other people that day. Nick and Lefty and I think Rick Hess were talking about going out for dinner. Nick walked over to me and asked me if I would like to go to dinner with them. I did my best to hide my childlike excitement, and said yes. “We went to dinner, and Lefty as usual held court. That is the second thing you notice when you spend a lot of time around him. The man has seen it all, done it all, and been everywhere 10 times over. He regaled us with a few funny stories and some fishing ones mixed in. “He told the story of a Bahamian guide he fished with who had a flat-bottom bonefish skiff. Lefty recalled asking the man, ‘does your boat float shallow?’ He laughed when he recalled the man’s answer: ‘Mr. Lefty, this boat go’ where water used to be!’” By the way, I just learned something new from Lefty, in a knot tying video. He said never to use saliva to lubricate a knot when tying monofilament to fluorocarbon, or it will make the fluorocarbon slip and break the knot, but you must lubricate it. “You can do it many ways,” he said. “One of the best things is Chap-Stik. Another thing that works great is to put it in the river. You can put it in your coffee or your whiskey, but don’t put fluorocarbon in your mouth.” Feedback: witzfish@att.net. In memory: Charlie St.George, devoted friend to all JENNIFER HEIT Waterfront Times Evoke if you can, 1960s South Florida when it was possible to ride a horse on the beach, a hot sticky breeze tailgating your bare back. Charles (Charlie) St. George well knew that feeling. Born in Rochester, N.Y., he grew up in North Miami doing Florida-like things: deep sea fishing, enjoying moto rcycles, tooling with muscle cars and horseback riding with Hedi his horse on Dania beach. It’s a part of the past that has given way to development and city codes. Charlie, who liked to talk about old South Florida, died March 9 at age 69 after a two-week illness from aggressive cancer. He was surrounded by family members near and far flung, along with many close-knit friends. Retired in 2010, Charlie owned Charlie’s Auto in Davie, a fixture for those who needed their cars repaired quickly and correctly by an honest mechanic who cared most about a job well done. He was also a notary public who took much pride in performing marriages and other legal necessities for friends and family. Mostly, he was a friend to all animals, feeding needy cats, dogs and people who turned up on his doorstep. “Everybody who knew Charlie loved Charlie,” wrote longtime friend Leon Traynor on Charlie’s Facebook page. In recent years, Charlie took much pleasure in delivering sister publications South Florida Pets and Waterfront Times to the paper’s B roward r ack locations, where he was well liked by newspaper clients. He is missed by many, including son Clinton St. George, Clint’s mother Dorothy, and dear friends Sylvie (Frenchie) Nadeau, Leon Traynor, and especially best friend Peewee. WITZ |FROM PAGE 3Charles (Charlie) St. George If you’ve seen him demonstrate, you might have wondered why a man called Lefty cast right-handed.

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7April 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times tusion. Hercules began paying maintenance and cure from the date her injury was reported. Soon afterwards, Thomas filed suit in federal court against her employer, citing Jones Act negligence, unseaworthiness and the right to continued maintenance and cure. But Thomas lost her case on all counts through summary judgment. In the matter of maintenance and cure, the court took note that Thomas failed to disclose a previous injury on her job application. Thomas appealed, but the appellate court not only agreed with the lower court’s decision, it also discussed the matter at length: “In conjunction with her application for employment with Hercules, Thomas was required to complete a medical questionnaire. Thomas signed the portion of the questionnaire that stated that she had ‘never sustained an injury or sought medical attention for a physical problem (except for sickness or flu, etc.).’” “On a separate form that was given to the physician who performed her pre-employment physical, Thomas checked ‘NO’ when asked whether she had ever been treated for: ‘Disorder of the neck/back, spine, knee, bones, arthritis, muscles, joints, and leg or arm pain.’ She also checked ‘No’ to the question ‘Have you ever been told by a doctor that you have any problems in your back/neck?’ “However, during Thomas’s deposition, she admitted that on May 4, 2008, she had been in a car accident that ADMIRALTY LAWMARK ERCOLIN Waterfront Times Columnist Filling out a job application is never fun, especially if you’ve been busy t raveling for a while or have had multiple jobs through the years. Recalling the address of a place you worked at 10 years earlier just isn’t that easy! It’s ironic that today, when so much information is available online, potential employers want to know more about you than ever. Often such inquires delve into past health issues, which can be especially problematic for mariners whose disclosures result in legal issues regarding illness or injury. The ancient hallmarks of maritime law dictate a seaman’s right to maintenance and cure. The modernday definition requires boat owners to provide for virtually any injury or illness incurred by seamen working in the service of a vessel whether or not the seaman’s health conditions even originated on the vessel. Essentially, maintenance and cure is a right with few reasons to be denied by ship owners — except when failing to disclose a previous injury on an employment form. The recent case of “Denetra Thomas v Hercules Offshore Services” demonstrates how such a lack of disclosure can dearly cost a seaman. Thomas was employed by Hercules as a galley hand aboard a mobile offshore drilling unit when in May 2013, she struck her left foot on a raised doorsill located between her stateroom and the connected bathroom. In pain from the fall the next morning, she was taken ashore for medical treatment. Thomas was initially diagnosed with lumbar strain and a right hip conPREMIUM€ HARDWOODSPLYWOODS€ VENEERS€ LAMINATESWood-Chip Marine Lumber & Supplies3301 South Andrews Avenue, Bay 8, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316 (954) 522-1481 Officesales.woodchipmarine@gmail.com (954) 522-7269 Faxwww.woodchiplumber.com injured her back. Thomas also testified that she was in a car accident on April 25, 2009. After this accident, she reported pain in her left shoulder, neck, and lower back.” The court then noted: “In general, an employer must pay maintenance and cure to any seaman who becomes ill or suffers an injury while in the service of the vessel, regardless of whether either party was negligent. H owever, an employer is entitled to investigate a claim for maintenance and cure benefits and may rely on specified legal defenses to deny a claim. [And among these defenses is] when an ‘injured seaman [has] willfully concealed from his employer a preexisting medical condition.’” Essentially, the court concluded that Thomas had; 1: willfully concealed a medical fact; 2: it was a fact that would have affected her hiring; 3: there was a link between the concealed injury and the more recent injury. While Thomas argued that her past injuries did not impede her job performance, the appellate court ruled that her employers had met their burden of proof for denying her claim. Potentially in such a case, not only can a seaman lose the right to maintenance and cure but can also theoretically be pursued for past payments. As such, job-seeking crew members should look on this case as a cautionary tale and follow this paraphrased advice from the immortal bard, Shakespeare: “When filling out forms, to thine own self be true — and your employers, too.” Mark Ercolin is a Fort Lauderdale-based maritime attorney. The information in this column is summary in nature and should not be applied to specific cases or situations. AIR COMPRESSORSYSTEMS for DIVERS Compressed Air Supplies and Equipment, Inc.Specializing in the Diving Industry Fill Whips & Panels/Manifolds € Yokes € Gauges Filters € Hoses € Oils € Air Storage Tanks & Fittings Our Clients include: Dive Resorts & Scuba Shops Yacht Owners & Captains, Divers, Fire Dept.800 OldGriffinRd.,#3PHONE:(954)929-4462Dania, FL33004FAX: (954)929-4463E-MAIL: info@CompressedAirSupplies.comBauerNew Used Supplies Sales Service Legalperilsarisewhenfailingtodisclosethetruthtoemployers BOAT STILL FOR SALE? 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8 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times MEMBER OF THEInternational Yacht Brokers Association Marine Industries Association Take advantage of our friendly comprehensive ad posting software by including links to YouTube videos.Join fellow boaters!Call BoatNation and become a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association954-302-3130 Boatnation.com The Best Site to Buy and Sell Boats and Marine Equipment Family Features — Rather than trying to stick to a restrictive diet, aim instead to avoid hidden sugars by selecting high-fiber, low-glycemic fruits and vegetables. For example, a single avocado contains 10 grams of dietary fiber in addition to healthy fat. The following recipes deliver a lot of flavor without feeling restricted. Thai Peanut Buddha Bowl Active time: 15 minutes. Total time: 30 minutes. Servings: 4. Olive oil spray 2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts (12 ounces total)Dressing: cup peanut butter 3 tablespoons coconut milk 1 tablespoon fish sauce 2 teaspoons hot chili sauce 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger 1 tablespoon sesame oil 3 tablespoons hot water 4 cups baby spinach 1 ripe Hass avocado, thinly sliced 1 medium zucchini, cut into noodle shapes 2 carrots, cut into noodle shapes 2 radishes, thinly sliced 8 sprigs cilantro Heat oven to 400 degrees. Coat small skillet with olive oil spray. Add chicken to skillet and cook 3 to 4 minutes, turning once or twice to brown chicken. Slide into oven and bake 6 to 8 minutes, until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink in center when sliced with a knife. Set aside to rest 5 minutes then shred. To make dressing: In a large bowl, mix peanut butter, coconut milk, fish sauce, chili sauce, garlic, ginger, sesame oil and hot water. Whisk well until smooth. Advertise in Waterfront Times „ Call for information: 954-524-9450 Avocado Kale Berry Smoothie Bowl Active time: 10 minutes. Total time: 10 minutes. Servings: 2 1/3 cup plain protein powder 1 cup plain full-fat Greek yogurt cup water ripe Hass avocado 1 cup kale leaves 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint 1 teaspoon stevia (sugar substitute) cup fresh or frozen berries such as blackberries, strawberries or raspberries 2 tablespoons almond or walnut halves 2 tablespoons chia seeds In a blender, blend protein powder, yogurt, water, avocado, kale, mint and stevia until smooth then divide between two bowls. Sprinkle berries, nuts and chia seeds over smoothies. Serve immediately. Nutritional information per serving: 12.5gnetcarbs;356calories;24.2 gtotal carbs;11.8 g fiber; 32.2 g protein; 15.6 gfat. Egg-Filled Avocado with Prosciutto Active time: 10 minutes. Total time: 15 minutes. Servings: 4 6 ounces watercress or baby spinach 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 8 large eggs 4 ripe Hass avocados, halved lengthwise and pitted Olive oil spray 8 slices (about 4 ounces) prosciutto Place the watercress or baby spinach in a large bowl. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar and toss well. Divide among four small plates. In a large skillet, heat 2 inches water over medium heat until bubbles cover bottom and sides of pan. Crack eggs into small bowl (do not use eggs with broken yolks). When a few bubbles have broken the surface of water, gently pour each egg into pan, leaving Preparing healthy meals that don’t scream ‘diet!’Divide spinach and avocado among four bowls. Top with chicken, zucchini, carrots, radishes and cilantro. Drizzle with dressing and serve immediately. Tip: If you don’t have a spiralizer, you can achieve the same effect by using a vegetable peeler to shave thin ribbons. You can also use a mandoline vegetable slicer, GALLEYSEE GALLEY | PAGE 12 then use a knife to cut the strips into thinner noodle-like strips. Spiral-cut vegetables are also available in most supermarket’s frozen vegetable isles. Nutritional information per serving: 10.8 g net carbs; 427 calories; 18.1 g total carbs; 7.3 g fiber; 21.8 z protein; 30.7 g fat.

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9April 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times hR T y 19, a M y19 a M 8 1 0 2 8 1 0 2 a heR T Bringthed ar w Aailing Sing S y ed b Hosto ilors c a S a he R T e c a y&jointhep mil ly a ef fa tion a elebr ds Cida, and lor outh F gles of S ailing C nlet S o I illsbor H : y Lau Ft t. e o the et omp e c a y! t ty r paailors an ida S lor outh F d S ailing C eam S str Gulf fs Club e! dale shor re uder rd ers t oa nd B Club (561) 494 call or F D € ood F idg R al or C idg R al or C Bring the ustbr tr visit or 4-6888 tion or t ma or e inf o r mor R € eMusic Liv € rinks Lauder Ft lub C t ach Y a ge Lauder Ft lub C t ach Y Ya ge y & join the p mil ly a e f fa g tion.or ounda ridgef t our boa er y ist eg o r t aes R 0 0 : 9 … 0 0 : 6 m o r dale f 0 0 : 9 0 0 : 6 m o r dalef r y! t ty r pa tta ega g/r m p m p r P y d b e t en s e s r in t e e n e B ng Below is a sampling of restaurants offering dockage to their boating patrons. If we left out your favorite restaurant, e-mail the restaurant info to editor@waterfronttimes.com. Broward County15th Street Fisheries 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort Lauderdale, 363 foot dock, 12 foot draft. 954-763-2777. Billys Stone Crab Market & Seafood Restaurant 400 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood; ICW, 150 foot dock, 6 foot draft low tide. 954-923-2300. Boat Yard 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale; five slips available on canal; takes boats up to 62 feet, 21 foot draft. 954-525-7400. Blue Moon Fish Company 4405 W. Tradewinds Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 200 foot dock. 954-267-9888. Caps Place Island Restaurant Channel Marker 69, Lighthouse Point, 150 foot dock, 3 foot draft low tide, 5 foot draft high tide. 954-941-0418. Diplomatic Beach Resort 3460 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, at Diplomat Landings. 14 slips, 7 foot draft low tide. Average dinner price $20.00. 954-602-8760. Downtowner Saloon 10 South New River Drive East; east of the Andrews Avenue Bridge, Fort Lauderdale; city docks available on a first serve basis; 7 foot draft; takes boats up to 70 feet. 954-463-9800. GGs Waterfront Bar and Grill 606 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, ICW. Can accommodate up to 200 foot boats on a 1,000 foot dock. 954-929-7030. Texas Holdem BBQ 2528 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. 65 foot boat dock taking boats up to 17 feet. 6 foot draft at low tide. 954-563-9393. Grille 66 and Bar & Pelican Landing Hyatt Regency Pier 66, 2301 SE. 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10 foot draft. 954-728-3578 or VHF channel 16. Houstons Restaurant 2821 E. Atlantic Blvd., ICW, Pompano Beach. Accommodates about 15 boats about 30 feet long, rafting. 954-783-9499. Jimbos Sandbar 6200 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. 200 foot dock accommodates boats up to 35 feet long. 954-927-9560. Las Olas Riverfront 300 S.W. First Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Various restaurants, 400 feet of dock available for boats up to 145 feet long. Up to 11 draft. Le Tub 1100 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW. 150 foot dock, 5 foot draft low tide. 954-921-9425. Rendevous Waterfront Bar & Grille Located in Marina Bay, 2525 Marina Bay Drive West, Ft. Lauderdale, 7 foot draft. Call 954-797-0054, ext.580. The Rusty Hook Tavern 125 Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach, ICW. Free dockage at Sands Harbor Marina. Takes boats up to 100 feet, 4 foot draft at low tide. 954-941-2499. Two Georges at the Cove 1754 SE. 3rd Court, Deerfield Beach. Hillsboro Boulevard and the ICW. 270 foot dock, 7 foot draft at low tide. 954-427-9747. Dade CountyMontys 2250 S. Bayshore Drive, Coconut G rove. Takes Takes boats up to 90 feet, 4 foot draft at low tide. 305-854-7997. Scottys Landing 3381 Pan American Drive, Miami, Two slips available for diners at the adjacent G rove Key Marina. 305-854-2626. Shuckers 1819 79th Street Causeway, North Miami, Can accommodate boats up to 77 feet, 5 foot draft at low tide. An area for small watercraft parking is available, 6 foot draft at low tide. 305-866-1570. Dining out? Here’s where you can take the boat Rustic Inn Crab House 4331 Ravenswood Rd., Dania Beach on the Dania Cut-off Canal. Five slips available. 954-584-1637. Sands Harbor Patio Restaurant 125 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach. Takes boats up to 100 feet, 6-foot draft low tide. 954-942-9100, ext. 6110. Shooters Waterfront 3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW. 350 foot dock, 8 foot draft low tide. Can accommodate boats up to 150 feet. 954566-2855. Southport Raw Bar 1536 Cordova Rd., Fort Lauderdale; 5 slips available. Takes boats up to 35 feet, 3 foot draft low tide. 954-525-CLAM. DINING DOCKAGE

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CAP TAIN’S LICENSEUSCG APPROVED COURSES — NO USCG TEST! OUPV Captain’s License Apr 6  W est Palm Beach  OUPV Captain’s License Apr 13  Fort Lauderdale  CPR&First Aid Apr 23  Fort Lauderdale  Master’s Upgrade (100GT) Apr 25  Fort Lauderdale  Master’s Upgrade (200GT) Apr 30  Fort Lauderdale1-800-237-8663(954)463-7001 10 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times 1, SundayEaster Sunday April Fools Day Jazz Brunch: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. outdoor music at Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-828-5363; www.goriverwalk.com. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 2, MondayDragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. paddling clinic at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-Blazing Paddles fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 2 p.m. games at First Presbyterian Church, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $4 per lesson. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. 3, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. Tuesdays atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/Fort-Lauderdale-Fishing-Group. 4, WednesdayHollywood Hills Saltwater Fishing Science & Social Club: 7-9 p.m. discussion with Capt. Ray Rosher on live bait tackle and techniques at Shenanigans East Side Pub, 1300 S Federal Highway, Dania Beach. www.meetup.com/Hollywood-HillsSaltwater-Fishing-Science-and-Social-Club. South Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. weekly gathering at Beachcomber Resort,1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. 5, ThursdayFort Lauderdale Historical Societys Annual Fundraiser: 6 p.m. cocktails, food stations and dancing at New River Inn, 231 Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets: $100. 954-463-4431, ext. 106; www.fortlauderdalehistoricalsociety.org. Art of Food & Wine: 6-8 p.m. at NSU Art Museum, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $40 per person. 954-525-5500; http://nsuartmuseum.org/events. Drop-In Arts for Teens and Adults 5:30-7:30 p.m. at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-525-5500; http://nsuartmuseum.org/events/2017-09-07. Under Sea Adventurers Dive Club: 6 p.m. dinner followed by 7:30 p.m. meeting at Courtyard by Marriott, 2440 W. Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale. Annual dues: $50 per person or $90 couples; https://usadiveclub.org. 6, FridayPalm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Hollywood Beach Culture Center,1301 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4574. Friday Night Sound Waves: 6-9 p.m. at Fort Lauderdale Beach Hub, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.fridaynightsoundwaves.com/artists/edan-archer. Movies on the Lawn: 7 p.m. event with the public bringing food and lawn chairs to The Great Lawn, on the corner of Atlantic and Pompano Beach boulevards, Pompano Beach. No cost. 754-786-4111; www.pompanobeachfl.gov. 7, SaturdayAbout Boating Safely: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at McVey station, 601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $35. Bring lunch. 954-463-0034; 201-906-6300; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=21925. About Boating Safely: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at Spanish River Park, 3939 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton. Cost: $35 adults, $20 teens. Bring lunch. 561-391-3600; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=20883. Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse Tour & State of Florida Lighthouse Day: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. boat departures to the lighthouse from the dock at Sands Harbor Resort, 125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Cost: $35 individual annual membership or $50 for a family of 4. 954-942-2102; www.hillsborolighthouse.org. Downtown West Palm Beach Art Festival: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach. Free admission. 561-746-6615; www.artfestival.com. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St.., Pompano Beach. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4575. Class by the Glass: 7-8:30 p.m. Italian wine class for casual drinkers at FAT Village, General Provision Annex, 500 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $29 per person. 561-275-3029; www.eventbrite.com/e/italianwine-class-for-casual-wine-drinkers-tickets-44252508444?aff=erellivmlt. 8, SundaySeven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. Birding Class Warblers Made Easier: 2-5 p.m. at Bonnet House, 900 N. Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $20-$25. 954-563-5393; www.bonnethouse.org/events/2018-04. 9, MondayFort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 2 p.m. games at First Presbyterian Church, Room 202, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. 10, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. Tuesdays atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Gulfstream Sailing Club: 7:30 p.m. meeting the second Tuesday of the month at Lauderdale Isle Yacht & Tennis Club, 2637 Whale Harbor Lane, Fort Lauderdale. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org. Open Mike Night Marina 84: 8-11 p.m. competition for prizes at Marina 84, 2440 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-734-2424; www.marina84.com. Boca Raton Toastmasters: meets 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Boca Raton Community Center, 150 Crawford Blvd., Boca Raton. 561-306-2426; www.bocaratontoastmasters.org. 11, WednesdayBroward Shell Club: 6:30 p.m. meeting at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. 954-786-4111; www.browardshellclub.org. South Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. weekly gathering at Beachcomber Resort,1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. Ladies, Lets Go Fishing: 6-8:30 p.m. happy hour and dinner meeting at VFW Hall, 350 SW 25th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $10 includes dinner. 954-923-3072; www.sfl-llgf.com. Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. team practice at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Toast of Las Olas: 7-8:30 p.m. meeting Wednesdays at Broward County Governmental Center, 115 S. Andrews Ave., #302, Fort Lauderdale. 954240-8967; 9400; https://9400.toastmastersclubs.org. Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 12:30 p.m. games at 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. 954-761-1577; www.ftlbc.com. 12, ThursdayHillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: 7-9 p.m. meeting at Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club, 2701 NE 42nd St., Lighthouse Point. www.hisc.org. Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. Miami Kayaking Meetup: 6 p.m. monthly meetup at Matheson Hammock Park, 9610 Old Cutler Road, Miami. Cost: $35. 305-205-7310; www.meetup/miami-kayak-club. 13, FridayGulfstream Sailing Club Regatta Registration: 6:30-8 p.m. at Funky Buddha Brewery, 1201 NE 38th St., Oakland Park. Entry fee: $45. 954-5606292; http://gulfstreamregatta.org. Palm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Miami Yacht Club: 8 p.m. meeting the second Friday of the month at 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877. Pompano Pier Food Truck Roundup: 6-10 p.m. at 222 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach. Bring chairs. 954-786-7824. Music Under the Stars: 7-9 p.m. the second Friday of the month at The Great Lawn, on the corner of Atlantic and Pompano Beach boulevards, Pompano Beach. No cost. http://pompanobeachfl.gov. 14, SaturdayGulfstream Sailing Club Regatta: 11 a.m. starting 1 nautical mile north of Port Everglades, off Fort Lauderdale. Entry fee: $45. 954-560-6292; http://gulfstreamregatta.org. About Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the USCGA at Mcnab Park Center, 2250 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach. Cost: $50. 954-941-5781 or 561-350-3395; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=21658. Plywood Regatta: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. student competition building and sailing their own craft today and Sunday at Dania Beach Marina, 151 N. Beach Road, Dania Beach. 954-524-273-2733; www.plywoodregatta.org. Spring Fling Celebration: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.festivities at Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, 900 N. Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale, for music performed by the Gold Coast Youth Orchestra. Cost: $10 adults, free kids under 12. 954-563-5393; www.bonnethouse.org. Hollywood Beach Sweep Clean up: 7-11 a.m. volunteer event at Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St., Hollywood. www.hollywoodfl.org/index.aspx?NID=746. Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep Cleanup: 7-11 a.m. volunteer beach cleanup at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-593-8501; www.facebook.com/events/1538210886229311. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St.., Pompano Beach. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4575. 15, SundayAbout Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the USCGA at Bass Pro Shops, 220 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost: $50, includes lunch. 954-610-8085; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=16790. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 16, MondaySailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. Easter Egg Hunt Kayak Tour: 7 p.m. at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 to $50. 305-957-3040; www.facebook.com/bluemoonoutdoor. 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11April 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times 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 APRIL TIDE TABLE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY p 8 9 April 1 2 -0.3 M A 4:28 2.5 M 10:22 A -0.5 M 4:47 P 2.5 M 10:49 P M p A 5:12 11:02 10 3 -0.2 M 2.4 M A -0.4 M 5:29 P 2.4 M 11:31 P -0. M A 5:54 2. M 11:42 A 1 4 1 .1 3 -0.3 M 1 P 1 6: 2.3 M 12:11 A 0.1 M A 6:38 12: 6:5 12 5 2.1 M :20 P -0.1 M 53 P 2.2 M 12:53 A 0.3 M A 7:22 M 1:00 P M 7:39 P 13 6 2.0 0.1 2.0 M 1:37 A 0.4 M A 8:08 1.9 M 1:44 P 0.2 M 8:29 P 14 7 1.9 M 2:25 A 0.6 M A 9:02 1.8 M 2:34 P 0.4 M 9:23 P 15 16 1.8 M 3:19 A 0.6 M A 10:00 1.7 M 3:30 P 0.4 M 10:25 P 4:19 A A 1:02 1 17 1.8 M A 0.6 M A 1.7 M 4:34 P 0.4 M 1:25 P 1 1. M 5:19 A 0. M A 1:58 1 18 8 .6 1.8 M 5:38 P 0.4 M A 12:19 1.9 M 6:13 A 12: 6:3 19 0.4 M :48 P 1.9 M 34 P 0.3 M A 1:09 2.0 M 7:03 A M 1:32 P M 7:26 P 20 0.2 2.1 0.1 M A 1:53 2.1 M 7:49 A 0.1 M 2:14 P 2.2 M 8:12 P 1 2 0.0 M A 2:35 2.2 M 8:31 A -0.1 M 2:54 P 2.4 M 8:58 P 22 23 -0.0 M A 3:17 2.3 M 9:13 A -0.3 M 3:34 P 2.5 M 9:42 P A 3:59 9:55 A 24 -0.1 M 2.4 M A -0.4 M 4:14 P 2.5 M 10:26 P -0 M A 4:41 2. M 10:37 A 25 .1 .4 -0.5 M 4:58 P 2.6 M 11:12 P -0.1 M A 5:25 2.4 M 11:21 A 5:4 11: 26 -0.5 M 42 P 2.5 M :58 P -0.0 M A 6:13 2.3 M 12:07 P M 6:32 P 27 -0.4 2.5 M 12:50 A 0.1 M A 7:05 2.2 M 12:59 P -0.3 M 7:28 P 8 2 2.4 M 1:44 A 0.2 M A 8:05 2.2 M 1:57 P -0.2 M 8:30 P 29 30 -0.1 M A 3:22 2.4 M 9:14A -0.4 M 3:39 P 2.5 M 9:45P 2.3 M 2:44 A 0.2 M A 9:09 2.1 M 3:01 P -0.0 M 9:38 P M A 4:04 9:54A 3:48 A A 10:19 y May 1 -0.1 M 2.4 M A -0.3 M 4:19 P 2.5 M 10:25P 2.2 M A 0.2 M A 2.1 M 4:11 P 0.0 M 10:46 P 2. M 4:54 A 0 M A 1:25 1 y 0 y M A 4:46 2. M 10:34A 2 2 2 2.2 M 5:21 P -0.0 M 1:52 P 1 2.3 M 5:56 A 0.0 M 12:25 P 6: 2 0 3 -0.3 M 5:01 P 2.4 M 11:05P 0.1 M A 5:28 2.2 M 11:12A 5: 4 11: 3 2.3 M 2 5 P -0.0 M A 12:52 2.3 M 6:52 A M 1:19 P M 7:23 P -0.2 M 4 1 P 2.3 M :43P 0.2 M A 6:08 2.1 M 11:50A M 6:21 P 4 -0.1 2.4 -0.1 M A 1:46 2.4 M 7:44 A -0.3 M 2:09 P 2.5 M 8:15 P -0.0 2.2 M 12:23 A 0.4 M A 6:50 2.0 M 12:30 P 0.1 M 7:03 P 5 -0.1 M A 2:36 2.4 M 8:30 A -0.3 M 2:55 P 2.5 M 9:01 P 2.1 M 1:05 A 0.5 M A 7:34 1.9 M 1:12 P 0.3 M 7:47 P 2.4 M 9:14 A 2.5 M 9:45 P 2.4 M 9:54 A 2.5 M 10:25 P 2.3 M 10:34 A 2.4 M 11:05 P 2.2 M 11:12 A 2.3 M 11:43 P 2.1 M 11:50 A HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW TIME ADJUSTMENTS Boca Inlet +8 +17 Hillsboro Inlet -31 -50 Davie Bridge N.R. +40 +40 Port Everglades -45 -6 Karen Canal Haulover Inlet +38 +39 to TideTable in minutes Deerfield Beach +12 +11 Commercial ICW -26 -34 Bahia Mar -20 -18 Dania Cut-Off +45 +28 ( Hendricks Isle ) 0 0 Government Cut -39 -56 Credit: Mr. Tides Version 4.3.8 (592) from Hahn Software 2012 by August Hahn Founded in 1977CableMarine. comCable Marine West (80 & 100 Ton Lifts)954-587-40002491 W. State Road 84 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 Cable Marine East (40 Ton Lift) 954-462-28221517 S.E. 16th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 2029 3039 4049 5059 6069 7079 8089 90& upPRICES PER FOOT Bottom Painting Prices (Sanding and barnacle scraping billed at additional $67. per hour) Our everyday low prices are listed below. Have Cable Marine 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 or against any purchase made at any Boat Owners Warehouse store. Fiberglass Bottomkote NT $19.75 $22.00 $23.00 $23.75 $28.50 $30.00 $39.50 T&M Copper Guard 19.75 22.00 23.00 23.75 28.50 30.00 39.50 T&M SeaHawk AF33 20.00 22.50 23.50 23.75 29.00 31.00 40.50 T&M Ultima SSA 20.00 22.50 23.50 23.75 29.00 31.00 40.50 T&M Unepoxy Plus 20.50 22.75 24.00 24.50 29.50 31.25 41.00 T&M Trinidad 24.50 27.25 28.75 29.50 35.50 37.25 49.00 T&M Pacifica Plus 25.00 27.50 29.00 29.75 36.00 37.75 49.75 T&M Ultrakote 25.00 27.75 29.00 29.75 36.00 37.75 49.75 T&M Seahawk Cukote 26.00 29.00 30.25 31.25 37.50 39.50 52.00 T&M Trinidad SR 28.00 31.00 32.50 33.50 40.25 42.50 55.75 T&M Micron CSC 28.75 32.00 33.75 34.75 41.75 44.00 58.00 T&M Vivid 28.75 32.00 33.50 34.50 41.50 43.75 57.50 T&M Micron CF 30.25 33.75 35.25 36.25 43.75 46.25 60.50 T&M Ultima SR 60 31.25 34.75 36.50 37.50 45.25 47.75 62.50 T&M Micron 66 32.75 36.25 38.00 39.25 47.00 49.75 65.25 T&M Seahawk BioCop TF 33.75 37.50 39.25 40.50 48.50 51.25 67.25 T&M DOCKS,DECKSANDPAVERS €New Construction €Dock Repairs €Pilings €Seawall Repair €Accessories €Free Quotes Licensed and Insured QUALITY WORK — ALWAYS ON TIME! Fort LauderdaleLIC. CGC 15211366 Call: (954) 651-2572 Advertise in Waterfront Times Call: 954-524-9450

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Avocado paired with egg, prosciuttoroom between them. Cook eggs, without stirring, until whites are just set and yolks are still runny, 2-3 minutes. Use a rubber spatula to gently release eggs from bottom of pan, if necessary. Using slotted spoon, remove eggs from water and drain on paper towels. Place poached egg in each avocado half. Coat medium skillet with olive oil spray. Heat skillet over medium heat and add prosciutto. Cook until crispy, about 2 minutes per side. Transfer two avocado-filled egg halves to each plate and serve immediately with two slices prosciutto. Nutritional information per serving: 4.1g net carbs; 422 calories; 16 g total carbs; 11.9 g fiber; 18.5 g protein; 34 g fat. Recipes courtesy of “Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less.” GALLEY |FROM PAGE 5 12 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times 21, SaturdayAdults Learn to Sail: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. atSailors Point,921 N. North Lake Drive, Hollywood. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org. Downtown Hollywood Artwalk: 5-10 p.m. tour of downtown art galleries on the third Saturday of the month. 954-924-2980; www.floridashollywood.org/artwalk.aspx. 22, SundayEarth Day About Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at Charles Deering Estate, 16701 SW 72nd Ave., Miami. 305-428-2453; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=21102. 23, MondayFood Trucks at ArtsPark: 5:309:30 p.m. at ArtsParkalong Young Circle in downtownHollywood. http://burgerbeast.com/arts-park. Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 2 p.m. games at First Presbyterian Church, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $4 per lesson. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. 24, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. at Miami Beach Watersport Center, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-Up/events. Gold Coast Fly Fishers: 6:45 p.m. meeting at American Legion Post 142, 171 SW Second St, Pompano Beach. www.meetup.com/goldcoastflyfishers/events/jwnhvlyxfbkc. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/FortLauderdale-Fishing-Group. 25, WednesdayMarine Historical Society : 7 p.m. program at City Hall,100 North Andrews Avenue,Fort Lauderdale,FL, 954-584-4926. South Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. gathering at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. 26, ThursdaySailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 1 p.m. games at First Presbyterian Church, Room 200, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $4 per lesson. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. 27, FridayPompano Beach Seafood Festival: 5-10 p.m. today, runs through Sunday along Pompano Beach with garage parking on Northeast Third Avenue and State Road A1A, Pompano Beach. Cost: $10 per person. 888612-4196; www.pompanobeachseafoodfestival.com. CALENDAR | FROM PAGE 10EVENTS CALENDAR Church, Room 200, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $4 per lesson. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. Pompano Beach Offshore Anglers: 7:30 p.m. meeting the third Monday of the month at Sands Harbor,125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Cost: $35 per year. www.meetup.com/fishing-97events. Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. team practice at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Food Trucks at ArtsPark: 5:309:30 p.m. at ArtsParkalong Young Circle in downtownHollywood. http://burgerbeast.com/arts-park. Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 2 p.m. games at First Presbyterian Church, 401 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $4 per lesson. 610-401-6475; www.ftlbc.com. 17, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. Tuesdays atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Miami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. at Miami Beach Watersport Center, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-Up/events. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/FortLauderdale-Fishing-Group. Southern Handcraft Society of Coral Springs: meets at 10 a.m. at Hobby Lobby, 9150 Wiles Road, Coral Springs. 954-798-1672. Support Group: 7:30 p.m. meeting for families and friends of people with mental illness at Imperial Point Medical Center, in a private room off the cafeteria at the South Entrance, 6401 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. 954-739-1888; NAMIBroward@gmail.com. Open Mike Night Marina 84: 8-11 p.m. competition for prizes at Marina 84, 2440 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-734-2424; www.marina84.com. 18, WednesdaySouth Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. weekly gathering at Beachcomber Resort,1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. Dania Beach Marine Advisory Board: 6-7 p.m. meeting at Dania Beach Marina Lounge,151 N. Beach Road, Dania Beach. www.daniabeachfl.gov. Miami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Miami Marine Council: noon to 1:30 p.m. at Rusty Pelican Restaurant, 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne. Cost: $25 members, $30 nonmembers. 954-523-1004; www.miamimarinecouncil.com. Broward County Drowning Task Force: 9-11 a.m. meeting, 6600 W. Commercial Blvd., Lauderhill. www.watersmartbroward.org. 19, ThursdaySailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. 20, FridayLas Olas Wine & Food Festival: 7:30-10:30 p.m. fundraiser for the American Lung Association on Las Olas Boulevard from Southeast Sixth to 11th avenues, Fort Lauderdale. Tickets: $125-$150 per person. www.lasolaswff.com. Palm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. 561-881-0809; www.pbsail.org. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Hollywood Beach Culture Center,1301 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4574. Pompano Pier Food Truck Round Up: 6-10 p.m. at Pompano Beach Fishing Pier, 222 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach. 954-786-7824. 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. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Hollywood Beach Culture Center,1301 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4574. Broadwalk Friday Fest : 7-9 p.m. performance at Hollywood Beach Theater, on Johnson Street and the Broadwalk, Hollywood. Free. 954-921-3404. Palm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Live Animal Presentations: 1 p.m. every Friday and Saturday at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, 3109 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Free admission. 954-564-4521; http://birchstatepark.org. 28, SaturdayOcean Winter/Spring Race & Raftup: 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. sponsored by Gulfstream Sailing Club at Lake Sylvia. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org. Pompano Beach Seafood Festival: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. today, runs through Sunday along Pompano Beach with garage parking on Northeast Third Avenue and State Road A1A, Pompano Beach. Cost: $20 per person. 888-612-4196; www.pompanobeachseafoodfestival.com. Fat Village Artwalk: 6-10 p.m. stroll through studios and art galleries the last Saturday of the month starting at 523 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-540-9897; www.fatvillage.com. Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Racing: 9 a.m. paddling clinic at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954-232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Watercolor Class: 10 a.m. to noon at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St.., Pompano Beach. Cost: $25 per class. 954-920-4575. 29, SundayPompano Beach Seafood Festival: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, along Pompano Beach with garage parking on Northeast Third Avenue and State Road A1A, Pompano Beach. Cost: $15 per person. 888-612-4196; www.pompanobeachseafoodfestival.com. Full Moon Kayak Tour: 7 p.m. at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 to $50. 305-957-3040; www.facebook.com/bluemoonoutdoor. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 30, MondayFull Moon Paddle: 7 p.m. at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 to $50. 305-957-3040; www.facebook.com/bluemoonoutdoor. 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14 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMApril 2018Waterfront Times Boat Dockage Classifiedswww.DockSearch.comSEARCH RENT BUY SELL R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE LOOKING for Private DOCKSPACE?ALL AREAS ALL SIZESDOCKFINDERS of South FloridaRENTING DOCKSPACE ? INQUIRE TODAY!954-771-2680info@dockfinders.com PRIME DOCKAGE Tropical OasisEast Fort Lauderdalenear Galleria MallNo fixed bridges € Prime Amenities80' vessels or longer9' MLW, Wi-Fi, 50/100 amp, pump-outCall 954-467-8220, ext # 26 D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSCENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARDLAUD-BY-THE-SEA: up to 260' dock available Wtr/Elec. No Lvbds. Call 910-352-2801. MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area Private Quiet Water Location No fixed bridges € pump-out € 9' MLW 80' vessels or longer € Wi-Fi € 50/100 amp electric. Call 954-494-0615. SOUTH FORK NEW RIVEREast of 95. NFB up to 50', no lvbd. Call 954-524-5975. NEW RIVER 50' sailboat slip, behind prvt home, safe/secure, NFB, wtr/elec, no lvbd. $550/mo. Available April 1st. 954-294-0769 LAUD ISLESup to 50' dock + deck, secure, water/elec, hurricane safe, $8/foot/month. Call 954-584-0578. NEW RIVERto 50, deepwtr, Water/Electric, Behind private home. No lvbd. XXX-XXX-XXXX D D D D D OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE C C C C C ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL B B B B B ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD continued D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues below & next column F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR R R R R RENT ENT ENT ENT ENT… … … … … COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL W W W W WANTED ANTED ANTED ANTED ANTEDRECREATION RECREATION RECREATION RECREATION RECREATION VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES Wanted…All motor homes, travel trailers, 5th wheels, diesel trucks & classic cars. Any condition. Cash paid on the spot. Call now for quick sale... 954-789-7530R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE continues next column LOOKING for DOCKS available for rent?All over South Florida € All Sized BoatsIs your Dock For Rent ? Call TODAY954-417-0109info@Docks411.com Docks411.com Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Boat Slips for rent in Fort Lauderdales Victoria Park neighborhood on a quiet senior living property. Close to lots of shopping, dining,entertainment and beaches. Bathrooms, Pool, Water, Mail drop-off and Laundry amenities included.Liveaboards are welcome.For more inquiries, contact us during regular business hours Monday…Friday, 8:00a.m.…4:30p.m. at 954-463-6721 F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR R R R R RENT ENT ENT ENT ENT… … … … … RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL Century East Apts & Marina100 Isle of Venice. Dockage to 45', lvbds OK. Apts for rentmonthly or annual. 954-980-3230 COLDWELL BANKERResidential Real EstateRich ThompsonFor Sale: Deep Water, Ocean Access, NFB. Affordable Properties priced For Rent: Dockage also available for rent.All types of properties available. Rich Thompson: 954-684-5374RichVThompson@gmail.comSpecializing In All Types Of Real Estatewith ocean-access listings throughout the area Search the MLS for WATERFRONT HOMES, visitwww.floridamoves.com/richard.thompsonFeel Confident Working With The Team With A Proven Track RecordD D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues next column H H H H HOME OME OME OME OME S S S S SERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES M M M M MARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE S S S S SERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES continued (954) 258-5900 € Toll Free: 1-888-806-0621Search here for waterfront homes: www.AJRyan.comwith A.J. Ryan Realty established 1924Call John M. Ryan I live on and sell waterfront property!ŽLooking to Buy or Sell Waterfront Property? R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE continued D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues next column D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGEcontinued 10 000 ocean-access homes from Lighthouse Point to Keystone Point get WATERFRONT TIMES monthly. To advertise call: 954-524-94502-Bedroom Duplex… 1 bathroom € new flooring €No Pets € Non smoker € 2-car parking € South Andrews Ave & S.E,. 20h Street € Poinciana Park € close to Downtown, Pt. Everglades & Ft. Lauderdale Intl Airport. $1,450.00 per month. Call 954-467-8371. MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area…€ Private, Quiet, Gated, Waterfront Location € No fixed bridges € pump-out € 9' MLW € 50 to 90' vessels € 50/100 amp electric € Private restroom with bath/showerCall 954-494-0615 Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Century East Apts & Marina100 Isle of Venice. Dockage to 45', lvbds OK. Apts for rentmonthly or annual. Call 954-980-3230. ON 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. RIO VISTASE 10 ST island, up to 60', wtr/elec.No lvbd. 954-524-2780 € 631-879-51753350 SW 3rd AV, FT LAUDERDALE In commercial complex with parking, sanitation services included. Near Fort Lauderdale International Airport & Port Everglades, south of State Road 84. Call 954-467-8371Office suites from 250 square feet to 1,100 square feetFOR SALE in FORT LAUDERDALE : € 3-bed/3-bath home € on New River € has 3 DOCKS for three 50' length boats € deep water € nice home with pool. Call Bruce (days only) 416-239-3058 See these same properties on the web atwaterfronttimesnewspaper.com€ 168 slips for vessels up to 150 € Deep Basin € Floating Docks€Perfect Hurricane Harbor € Perfect place for Live-Aboards with Amenities you would expect at a country club € Great Location € Gated Community € Beautiful Grounds€ Great Restaurant RendezvousŽPlease call or stop by for a viewing & more info:2525 Marina Bay DR West, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312877-752-2728 € www.MarinaBay-FL.com Residential & CommercialNo deal is too big or too smallŽROBERT DIALBERTORealtordirect: 954.684.3545rdialber@gmail.comrobert.viewallsouthfloridahomes.com Working with Buyers & Sellersin South Florida F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR S S S S SALE ALE ALE ALE ALE H H H H HELP ELP ELP ELP ELP W W W W WANTED ANTED ANTED ANTED ANTEDMIAMI BCHPrivate home. Sailboat slip up to 50', dpwtr, NFB, wtr/elec, parking. $500. Call 305-XXX-XXXX. RENTED Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSMIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADEDock Available: Dania Cut-Off Canal. NO bridges, Close to inlet. 908-377-8182 POWER BOATS to 60'. Water & Electric 50 & 30 amp included. No liveaboard. Call 412-287-2141. Hollywood Marina55 slips & launch ramp, Call 954-921-3035 € hollywoodfl.org/marina 75' Dock DANIA CUTOFF $1,200/mo. No bridges, 50 amp + water. 954-XXX-XXXX SWISS WOODWORK INC Stripping€Repairing€ Refinishing of Furniture & Wooden Boat Parts 954-978-2090 € www.swisswoodwork.com WOOD-CHUCK WORKSHOPcustom yacht & residential carpentry at Harbor Town Marina, Dania Cut-Off canal. Call 954-922-3221. EXPERT VARNISHINGmarine & residential. Shari K Becker, Inc. Call 954-467-8343. W W W W WOODWORKING OODWORKING OODWORKING OODWORKING OODWORKING D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD docks from McNab Road north to the Palm Beach County line.CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD docks from Port Everglades north through Bay Colony.SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD docks from Dania CutOff Canal south to the Dade County Line. FOR SALE: 954-524-9450Call WATERFRONT TIMESYour ad in this space. Broward area marine construction company seeks an experienced, physically fit deck hand to perform pile driving, rigging & hand signaling on a crane barge working full time on the water. Must speak English & have reliable transportation. Please call 954-583-8500 or email resume to mike@morrisonbuilders.comFloating Dockscustom concrete. Add Value & Enjoyment to Your Waterfront Property Get free quote today: 954.791.3800 concretedocks@bradford-marine.com Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & Suppies Wood-Chip Marine Lumber & SuppiesPremium Hardwoods, Plywoods, Veneers & Laminates3301 So Andrews AV, Bay 8, Ft Laud, FL 33316954-522-1481€ sales.woochipmarine@gmail.comwww.woodchiplumber.comUp to 50 boat:€ 50A-30A & water. € No fixed bridges. € Fort Lauderdale east of I-95. € No live on board. € $500 monthly.Tel: 561-945-4432 D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSSOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. This could be your corner of the waterfront real estate market. Call the Waterfront Times at954-524-9450 954-524-9450 954-524-9450 954-524-9450 954-524-9450RIVER DOCKAGE „Up to 85 feet, 55 vertical clearance, water/metered electric. Private & secure. NO Liveaboards. Call 954-316-1246. LHPup to 30', NFB, wtr/elec, wide canal. Call 954-XXX-XXXX. D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSNORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD RENTED To Subscribe To Subscribe To Subscribe To Subscribe To Subscribe call 954-524-9450 call 954-524-9450 call 954-524-9450 call 954-524-9450 call 954-524-9450RENTED RENTED ROBERT P. GARGANO€ Villas of Sunrise BayEstate Sale. Penthouse Condo with 57 Dock! Huge 4+Bedroom/31/2 Bath. Appx 4,470 sq ft, includes: 57 deepwater dock & 3 covered parking spots. Spectacular view overlooking megayacht marina & year round boat parade on the ICW. Great Coral Ridge location. Must Sell … New Price $1,399,000.€ MIDDLE RIVER VILLASCondo with deeded dock. 2/2 just completed total remodel. All new kitchen, SS appliances, granite, porcelain tile floors. Incl 38x16 deeded dock (50 amp) on Middle RiverNo Fixed Bridges. Near Galleria Mall & beach. Reduced Now $359,000.€ RIVERLAND AREACompletely remodeled 3/2 home with pool. Large living room & large master bedroom. S/S appiances, 2 ovens, 2 central a/c, 2 hot water water heaters, whole home water filter, hurricane shutters. Fenced yard with beautiful pool, wood deck & fruit trees. Just Listed … $349,900.€ FORT LAUDERDALE BEACHRARE OCEANFRONT OPPORTUNITY.5-bedroom, 51/2-bath pool home directly on the sand! Great panoramic views! Vacation rental program in place providing excellent cash flow. New owner can have income & great vacation home if desired or you can own your own private oceanfront residence. OUTSTANDING VALUE.$3,775,000.€ LAS OLAS ISLESFOR SALE OR LEASE. 100 Deepwater, No Fixed Bridges. 3-bed 3-bath Bright & open floor plan with screened patio overlooking Pool & Canal. Plus 2-car Garage. Near Point on South Isle affords quick Ocean Access.$1,649,000. Also avail for rent @$5,900/mo.€ RIO NUEVO CONDOSGreat Fort Lauderdale location near Downtown & Las Olas. Gated waterfront community with heated pool. SOME UNITS WITH DOCKS UP TO 55. Studios, 1& 2-bedroom units from$134,000 … $325,000. € 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. $450K Wet / $350K Dry .€ NEW SMYRNA BEACH areaQUAIL ROOST RANCHES Build your Country Dream Home. Country livingbring the horse & ATV.€ 2.5-acre vacant lot. $24,900. € 4.3-acre vacant lot. $34,900. € LAS OLAS AREAAnnual Rental 3/2 Townhouse$2,450/month unfurnished.Small Dog OK.Living and working on the New River € Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate €(954) 462-5770www.garganorealty.com Central location off the New River. Conveniently located close to downtown Ft Lauderdale. Gated island featuring 24-hr manned guardhouse, 2 tennis courts & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK (owners only) No fixed bridges, ocean access dockage up to 50 (owners only as available):€ 1/11/2 with beautiful view of pool & New River!...$189,900. € 2/2 Larger ModelSunny South exposure, canal view...$219,900. € 2/2 Updated baths, steam shower in master bath, tennis view, South exposure...................$224,500. € 2/2 Split bedroom plan. Remodeled kitchen & baths with granite, washer/dryer hook-up..........$224,950. € 2/2 Remodeled with double balcony & beautiful pool & canal view!............................................$229,900. € 2/2 Corner, Remodeled kitchen & baths … convenient first floor.......................................$249,900. € 2/2 Beautiful New Kitchen, Appliances, Tile Floors and custom closets................................................$259,900. € 2/2 In River Building. 1250 sq ft. New white kitchen open toliving rm & new baths. Balcony with view of garden & pool..........$264,900. € 2/2 1,250 sq ft with covered parking! Remodeled open kitchen & remodeled baths. Pool & garden view...$279,900. € 2/2 Great Pool & River view! Remodeled open floor plan with updated kitchen & baths...........$309,900. € 2/2 corner, largest model in RR at 1,500 sq ft. Completely remodeled, new A/C, electric fireplace,closet systems, wine cooler, covered parking...$329,900. € 2/2 Largest model Astor, top of the line remodeled with New River view & covered parking.....NOW..$359,900. € 1/11/2 with tree top view! Beautiful new kitchen, stainless steel appliances....................$189,900. € 2/2 Remodeled2 New Baths, New SS Appliances, Large Updated Open Kitchen, New Flooring, Covered Parking..............$274,900. € 2/2 1,250 sq ft with open remodeled kitchen, updated baths, smooth ceilings & new A/C. Beautiful pool/canal view & covered parking................$284,900. € 2/2 Largest 2-Bedroom, Completely Remodeled, Beautiful pool, canal & city view !..................$350,000. € RIVER REACH CONDOSDockage up to 50 (as available) & Associates, Realtors 800 E. BROWARD BLVD., SUITE 101 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33301 RIVER REACH RENTALS € 1-Bedroom.........................................$1,275-$1,850/month. € 2-Bedroom.........................................$1,675-$2,100/month. SOLD WWW.GARGANOREALTY.COM SOLDSOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD CONTRACT 2000 Sq Foot Warehouse Space RENTED Call for details 954-XXX-XXXX .Broward County Drowning Task Force 9-11am, Apr 18 @ 6600 W Commercial Blvd Childrens Services Council of Broward Co.Drowning is Preventable! Talk to your child about water safety.ŽWaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org

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Waterskiing despite disabilityPompano Beach resident Keith Bastek (right), a volunteer with Ann's Angels Adaptive Waterski Foundation, recently helped disabled veterans waterski at Markham Park in Sunrise. In May he will repeat the experience with 20 vets at at Emelia Earnhart Park in Miami. The foundation helps adults and children with disabilities enjoy waterskiing and wakeboarding. Serving South Florida’s Coastal NeighborhoodsMAY 2018 YEAR 8 IS SUE 11 Admiralty Law 7 € Classifieds 13 € Events Calendar 10 € Galley 8 € Tide Table 11 Pompano native serving in Japan ...............6 Boater of the Month .......................................6 Input sought on airboat safety course requirements ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times The shocking death of Elizabeth Goldenberg in an airboat accident last year in the Everglades has led to a new state law requiring airboat operators to take a qualifying safety course — but the course doesn’t exist yet, and the FWC has to come up with minimum requirements for one. Maybe you can help. There’s a hearing scheduled for public input Wednesday, May 2, from 10 a.m. to noon at Port Everglades Auditorium’s administration building, 1850 Eller Drive, Fort Lauderdale. You’ll need a photo ID to go through port security. Elizabeth (Ellie) Goldenberg, her sister and their parents booked an airboat tour last May 14 to celebrate Ellie’s graduation in musical theater from the University of Miami. The airboat tipped over when the operator, Steve Gagne, swerved around another airboat that was stopped on the trail. All aboard were thrown off. Elizabeth drowned, pinned face down under the propeller cage. Investigators found a high concentration, 13 nanograms, of THC, the intoxicant in marijuana, in Gagne’s blood, but the state does not have an impairment standard for THC. Witnesses reported that Gagne showed no signs of being stoned — often hard for laymen to tell, but one of the witnesses was an FWC officer, trained in detecting cannabis impairment. In March this year, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office announced it did not have sufficient evidence to charge Gagne with a crime. The Goldenbergs were disappointed but received some solace from enactment of the new law, nicknamed Ellie’s Law, which State Rep. Joseph Abruzzo DBoynton Beach sponsored in the Legislature. In addition to the May 2 hearing at Port Everglades, sessions are scheduled May 1 at Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center Auditorium, 300 Tower Road in Naples, and May 3 at the Florida Department of Transportation Meeting Room, 133 S. Semoran Blvd., in Orlando. Both begin at 10 a.m. Lionfish challenge Divers, hurry up and sign up for Florida’s 2018 Lionfish Challenge. This year there’s a new prize, $5,000, for the catcher of a lionfish tagged by the FWC — which isn’t saying how many or where they were tagged. SEE BRIEF | PAGE 4 IN BRIEF Entry fees rising at Dry Tortugas and other national parks At remote Dry Tortugas National Park the per-person admission price will rise June 1 from $10 to $15 and the annual pass fee will go from $40 to $45. Increases are expected to help offset backlogged maintenance costs.Photo | Courtesy National Park ServiceARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times A visit to Everglades National Park won’t require a family budget conference after all, at least for the balance of this year and the next two. A plan to raise admission fees sharply there and at other popular parks nationwide received so much opposition after its announcement last October that the National Park Service yanked it back. A new plan announced in April holds the current Everglades entry fees at the main entrance at $25 per vehicle, $8 per person and $20 per moto rcycle, with the park’s best-value annual pass staying at $40 — all until January 2019, when the annual pass cost will rise to $50 and the per-person fee to $12. Another increase is timetabled for January 2020, when costs are to rise to $30 per vehicle, $15 per person and $25 per moto rcycle, with the annual pass rising to $55. Whether that will stick, and what will happen after it, nobody kn ows. The new plan spreads the bite among all the 117 national parks and other NPS-managed sites that collect fees from visitors, not just the 17 most-visited that were included in the previous plan. Most NPS sites — Biscayne National Park among them — don’t charge admission. Everglades does so only at the main entrance south of Florida CityHomestead. At Dry Tortugas, a 68-mile boat ride from Key West, the per-person price will rise this June 1 from $10 to $15 and the annual pass fee will go from $40 to $45. Canaveral National Seashore is to keep its annual SEE PARK | PAGE 4

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3May 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Waterfront Times Columnist When the going gets tough, the tough get going. We hear that from folks who find slogans inspiring, though not effective. It’s seldom said that running right behind the rugged are the weak, the vulnerable and the insecure. Yet there they all are, all together: leaders and followers. A deep thinker I used to know used to ask: “When the tough get going, where do they go?” That one was a fishing-doer who did a lot of offshore trolling, He had plenty of time while waiting for the bite to think up metaphysical questions for his companions to yak about when they ran out of lies. “Don’t say metaphysical. It’s too obscure,” Tiller just advised me. Tiller is chairman of the steering committee here at the Fish or Cut Bait Society. He is reading over my shoulder. “It means abstract theory or talk with no basis in reality,” I said. “I know,” Tiller said, “because I just watched you look it up. I commend you for that, but I condemn you for using it. Don’t show off your snooty vocabulary. Just get to the point. By the way, what is the point?” The point (I told him) is that when the going gets tough, the tough get going to the Fish or Cut Bait Society clubhouse. So do the weak, the vulnerable and the insecure. “Yes,” Tiller agreed. “Our ramshackle headquarters in the backwaters is no mere clubhouse. It is a house of refuge, our golden door when we are tired, poor and yearning to breathe free.” Knock off the melodrama, I told him. I’ll just say when we feel bad, we come here and then we feel better. Tiller said “Good!” and clicked a couple of buttons on my keyboard. “It took you 279 words to get to the point.” If not for the kitschy nautical dcor and the crumbling fish mounts on the walls, there are days when a stranger couldn’t guess that the Fish or Cut Bait Society’s clubhouse is a fishing-doers’ hangout. On days like this, a blind person could mistake it for a psychiatric counseling facility for the overwrought. Fishing-doers are better equipped than other sorts of people to deal with stressful times. We’ve endured the same crises as everyone else these past few months, directly or indirectly, and yes, it’s making us a little crazy too — except a little to a lot less crazy than others. Phoebe, the federal agent, is a good example of that. At work she’s usually assigned to the worst cases, as you or I might define the worst, but from her point of view they’re the best cases because they’re so complex and challenging and yes, often awful. Still, like the rest of us, she has her own stress max. The difference is that when you reach yours, you can shut off the teevy news, put the paper aside, bang your head softly against a wall, get drunk, whatever. Phoebe the Fed can’t. Her max has to be higher than yours. She can handle the pressure, but it’s best not to look at the needle gauge. Imagine what a mess her mind might be if not for the Fish or Cut Bait Society, where we drop our troubles outside and forget to take them home when we leave. Anyway, just after Tiller quit kibitzing my column, Phoebe walked in with a ferocious scowl. It began fading when the door swung shut behind her but everyone noticed and her stride to the cooler was aggressive, even intimidating. Tiller, in her path, stepped aside. She took out two beers, gave me a look, pointed the longneckers like pistols at the back door and walked out on the dock. We sat on a bench. She handed me a bottle, let out a long audible breath and stared at the deck, analyzing nail heads or something. “Don’t ask,” she said. Gradually, tiny winged demons flew off Phoebe’s shoulders one by one and disappeared. Finally she looked up, still silent. She seemed to be suspicious of a pelican standing on a channel marker. Tiller, who worries too much, idled by us nosily. “Hey, Pheeb. You okay?” he asked. She nodded, saluting subtly with her bottle, looking kind of like a poker player you can’t read. After a while Phoebe the Fed put on her shades and walked around the edges of the dock. “Bait in the water. Wanna catch some?” Her first words since “Don’t ask.” We pulled a pair of Sabiki sticks from the tackle locker, rigged up the little hooks and sat on the edge of the dock, hooking fry and lobbing them into the club’s floating bait cage, one or two at a time. “Triple-header!” Phoebe cried out, as if that were a big deal. In about 10 minutes we half-filled the cage. DIRTY FUELIS THE #1 CAUSE OF DIESEL ENGINE TROUBLE Impurities in your tanks rob engines of valuable horsepower and can, at the worst possible time, leave your vessel “DEAD IN THE WA TER” Removing the fuel from the tank is useless. Sludge and water remain on the interior surfaces and at the very bottom of your tanks. 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4 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times There’s a bunch of other prizes, a festival and suchlike, you’d almost think the lionfish is a hero, not a villain. Don’t be misled. Those things — illegal immigrants, you know — are trying to take over our reefs, devouring the forage that snappers, grouper and other native reef fish believe are reserved for them, not a horde of foreigners. Anyway, the state has made a big deal of the Lionfish Challenge and the event is popular. It begins on the weekend of May 19, Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day, and May 20, with the Lionfish World Championship Tournament. Headquarters for the opening is in Pensacola. Two days of kickoff events will happen at the Flora-Bama Yacht Club and the Ole River Grill on the coastal borderline of Florida and Alabama. There also will be a benefit concert by Little Texas, presented by Coast Watch and Alliance and Lionfish University. Haven’t heard of Lionfish University? Neither have we. Red snapper season in the Gulf Florida will have a 40-day red snapper season in the Gulf of Mexico from June 11 to July 21, the start of a two-year experiment to see if the five Gulf states can do a better job than the federal government. A previous proposal was for a 24-day season, but that was changed when Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas enacted longer seasons. In recent years, under federal auspices, the Florida season has been piecemeal — a tedious timetable of mostly weekend-only red snapper fishing. The June 11 opening covers recreational fishing from private boats. It also includes charter and party boats that do not have federal reef fishing permits, but those can catch reef fish only in state waters. For-hire boats with federal reef fish permits can take red snapper from June 1-22. In exchange for the authority to regulate fishing without the feds, Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is required to keep records of the harvest, test data collection methods and close the season when an assigned quota is reached. At its April 26 meeting in Fort Lauderdale, the commission was scheduled to enact requirements for state licensed for-hire vessels. Fishing-doers will be allowed two red snapper a day with a minimum total length of 16 inches. There’s an aggregate limit of 10 snappers of all species. Limited red snapper harvests also are planned this year for Atlantic waters, but recreational and commercial annual catch limits have not been established, nor a season delineated. NOAA Fisheries is running that project and asking for public input. The comment period was opened on April 16 and is continuing until June 15. For details, Google the search term “FB18-025.” Maintenance costs rising PARK |FROM PAGE 1 Lionfish Challenge offers prizes pass fee at $40, but its other ticket prices will rise: from $10 per vehicle now to $15 in 2019 and $20 in 2020, from $1 per person now to $5 in 2019 and $10 in 2020, and from $10 to $15 per moto rcycle in 2020. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, in St. Augustine, will raise its fees from $10 per person to $15 on June 1, with the annual pass price going from $40 to $45. There are 417 NPS properties, including historic sites and others that aren’t national parks, and only 117 of them charge admission fees. Nationwide, the new fees are supposed to bring in $60 million to $70 million a year — less than a drop in the bucket compared to the current backlog of $11.67 billion worth of what the NPS calls “deferred maintenance.” That means maintenance that wasn’t done when it should have been done, and still hasn’t been done. The projects have been backing up for years, with park infrastructures continuing to deteriorate. That stuff is what the fee increases are meant to pay for — but not pay much. If the entire national total increase of $60 million became available right now, it would not quite pay for the backlogged maintenance at remote Dry Tortugas National Park, where the tab totaled $60,259,377 at the end of last September. Think that’s bad? Not compared to Everglades’ backup of $90,906,802. Florida’s three national parks, two national seashores (Canaveral and Gulf Islands) and five other NPS sites have a total deferred maintenance backlog of $262,267,149. That was as of Sept. 30, 2017, the end of the last fiscal year. It’s a little higher now. The National Parks Conservation Association, a non-government organization devoted to the parks, hollered bloody murder when the nowdeleted large fee increases were announced last year. Its influential voice was not the only one; there were so many that NPS had to extend the public comment period by 30 d ays. “NPCA supports this more reasonable approach to raising additional revenue,” it says on its website, “but cautions [that] any substantial increases should be done with care and adequate research to ensure the increases won’t hurt visitation or price the public out of their ability to visit national parks.” Have no worries on the water...TowBoatU.S. is there to help with BREAKDOWNSOUT OF FUELJUMP STARTSSOFT UNGROUNDINGS 800-395-2628 BoatUS.com/Towing €Towing details can be found online at BoatUS.com/Agree or by calling. freedom to watch the sunsetONLY $149FOR WORRYFREE BOATING ALL YEAR Clubmembersfindit’snotjustaboutthefishWhen that one isn’t playing her grim-faced agent act, she has a smile that’s very valuable in case the dock lights blow out at night. She was flashing it now. Tiller heard her shout and told the guys inside (I found out later) it was probably safe now to greet her as if everything were just fine, which now it were, or was. (Hey, Tiller, what’s the right word here?) Presently, a boat came chugging up carrying Trickle the rich guy (it’s his boat), Tyro the new guy and Headwind, the one who likes doing things the hard way. They tossed us their dock lines and emptied their leftover live baits into the cage. “We got limits of snapper and a blackfin tuna for sashimi,” Trickle said. “Somebody set the grill afire.” Justin Casey, who al ways anticipates, had the grill already going. Before Tyro finished hosing out the cooler, fish were a-sizzling and beer a-guzzling. Headwind changed into his T-shirt that says “No, you’re right, let’s do it the hardest way possible,” which cracked up Phoebe the Fed. Then someone turned on the sound system and La Bamba was playing in low-fi and Phoebe began dancing. The guitar break stopped her; she couldn’t keep pace. “OMG, unreal! Who is that?” she asked. I told her: Jose Feliciano. “Older than me, younger than you,” and she was dancing again, now with Tyro. Cleat Bollard, the dockmaster, had seen Phoebe when she’d walked in the door with that scowl on her kisser and now she was looking like a strobe light and Cleat said “Hey Pheeb, you okay?” and Phoebe the Fed said “Of course I am. Why do you ask? Feedback: witzfish@att.net. WITZ |FROM PAGE 3 BRIEF |FROM PAGE 1

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6 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times PompanonativeservesatU.S.navalhospitalYokosuka BYTHEODORE QUINTANA Navy Office of Community Outreach YOKOSUKA, Japan — A Pompano Beach native and 2011 Pompano Beach High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy with U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka (USNH Yokosuka). Petty Officer 3rd Class Ternisha Williams is a hospital corpsman serving with USNH Yokosuka, operating out of Yokosuka, Japan. A Navy hospital corpsman prevents and treats disease and injury, assists health care professionals, conducts preliminary physical exams and maintains treatment records and reports. Williams, who is proud to serve in the Pacific, fondly recalls Pompano Beach. “Growing up I learned to be careful how you treat people because you never know when you could need them again,” she said. With more than 50 percent of the world’s shipping tonnage and a third of crude oil passing through the region, the U.S. has historic and enduring interests in this part of the world, said Navy officials. The Navy's presence in Yokosuka is part of that long-standing commitment. USNH Yokosuka is the largest U.S. military treatment facility on mainland Japan: a 47-bed core hospital in Yokosuka, near Tokyo. Branch health annexes are located at Camp Fuji and Hario, while Branch health clinics are located in Sasebo, Iwakuni, and Atsugi in mainland Japan; Chinhae, Korea on the southern tip of South Korea; and Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. “You make a difference every day,” said Deputy Commander, U.S. 7th Fleet Joey Dodgen. “We are the most prepared, highly trained and the most capable force in the Indo Pacific. Our carriers, amphibious assault ships, aircraft and most importantly, our people, are ready today to face regional challenges and lead our Navy’s forces in this theater, just as the officers and sailors of 7th Fleet have done for 75 years. So thank you for all that you do.” USNH Yokosuka serves 42,000 beneficiaries throughout the Western Pacific by caring for readiness. USNH Yokosuka strives to be the premier provider of healthcare to active duty forces and their families in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region through Joint Partnerships. “I think being forward deployed is very beneficial because it supports the mission of the overall Navy,” said Williams. She is also proud of receiving the Junior Sailor of the Quarter award and Sailor in the Spotlight for the hospital. “Serving in the Navy has presented me with opportunity to be more humble and more accepting of different people and personalities.” Seventh Fleet, which is celebrating its 75th year in 2018, spans more than 124 million square kilometers, stretching from the International Date Line to the India/Pakistan border; and from the Kuril Islands in the North to the Antarctic in the South. Seventh Fleet's area of operation encompasses 36 maritime countries and 50 percent of the world’s population with between 50-70 U.S. ships and submarines, 140 aircraft, and approximately 20,000 sailors in the 7th Fleet. Ft.Lauderdale family loves‘greatestboatingcity’ Meet the Bludworth-McNeill family of Fort Lauderdale. Andy McNeill is CEO of American Meetings Inc. What type of boat do you own? It’s a 26 Sea Ray – a great entertaining boat for the Intracoastal but large enough to take out of the inlet. How did you get involved in boating? I was born and raised going to the Abacos with my dad. He was in love with the ocean. Preferred onboard company? I love taking my twins, Sam and Annabelle and husband, Todd Bludworth, out on the water. Favorite day trip? We have season tickets to the B roward Center [of the Performing Arts], so we take the boat there. Free parking! Also, the state park near the port [Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park, formerly known as John U. Lloyd Beach State Park]. Must have item you al ways take on board: Ice and our wireless speaker to play tunes! Biggest pet peeve on the water: People speeding in manatee zones. Scariest experience: Having the twins in the boat during a rain storm in Punta Gorda. Best boating experience: Too many to count. What is your dream boat? An Azimut 47 because it’s a great lifestyle boat. Anything to add: We love Fort Lauderdale! It’s the greatest boating city on the planet. Members of the Bludworth-McNeill family aboard their Sea Ray. Petty Officer 3rd Class Ternisha Williams Boater of the Month features local boaters. Please email editor@waterfronttimes.com and write Boater of the Month in the subject line. BOATER OF THE MONTH

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7May 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times ing requests for “standard” boilerplate versions that offer protection. The problem with this concept is that contracts are really only standard to the industry that drafts it. For example, contract clauses are often required in real estate, some types of insurance (generally not maritime) and by financial institutions. In other contractual agreements — especially in the maritime world — not so much. Legal rules for formulating a contract of a marine nature are very few. Understandably, many consumers see this wild west approach as a daunting one. But with a bit of study and time, the fluid nature of some agreements can actually p rove helpful. If nothing else, an educated consumer will gain a better understanding and be able to modify terms before signing. Generally, the average marine consumer will deal with maritime or maritime-flavored agreements when purchasing a vessel or equipment or entering into an agreement on repairs. While the other party might insist on some contract clauses (otherwise killing the deal), other aspects are very likely open to negotiation, even if the other party isn’t used to being challenged. But the real reason to negotiate is to assure that if things go wrong, they can be rectified quickly and fairly. The best way to approach a written contract is to read it thoroughly and ask questions about parts that concern you. Ask if changes can be made in the name of ADMIRALTY LAWMARK ERCOLIN Waterfront Times Columnist Even at an early age, it was my habit to read the small print on a sign or document. “For heaven’s sake, Mark! If you’re going to read all those clauses, you might as well spend the time to become a lawyer!” exclaimed one irritated friend. For better or worse, it appears that she had some psychic powers even though I came to the legal profession a bit later than some of my peers. While we may not realize it, much of daily life revolves around contracts. A contract is usually defined in the following way as it pertains to agreements between parties: “a) an offer; b) an acceptance of that offer which results in a meeting of the minds; c) a promise to perform; d) a valuable consideration (which can be a promise or payment in some form); e) a time or event when performance must be made (meet commitments); f) terms and conditions for performance, including fulfilling promises…” In a free and open society, these elements exist in multiple daily interactions — even in something as mundane as buying a hamburger. Think about it. An eatery displays a sign selling hamburgers. You accept the offer by walking in and ordering your burger. The burger is cooked and you pay for its timely preparation and tableside delivery. It’s a rather simple example of a contract, but it is a contract nonetheless. Of course, more complex situations — and often the law — calls for formal written contracts. Drawing up contracts makes some consumers nervous, promptPREMIUM€ HARDWOODSPLYWOODS€ VENEERS€ LAMINATESWood-Chip Marine Lumber & Supplies3301 South Andrews Avenue, Bay 8, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316 (954) 522-1481 Officesales.woodchipmarine@gmail.com (954) 522-7269 Faxwww.woodchiplumber.com greater clarity and acceptance. Here are just a few of the terms that should be hashed out: Time and money: Essentially, how much do you need to pay and when? When will the item in question be prepared or repaired and ready for delivery? How much is required before or after this occurs? Often overlooked, find out the consequences if a party fails to meet a time line or payment obligation. The clearer the language, the less likely there will be issues later on. Venue and choice of law: Generally, this is something to pay attention to rather than change. This is the clause that spells out where you will file suit and which nation and/or state’s law will be used in a dispute. If this clause puts you in a courtroom of a place you don’t want to be, then it might be something to discuss. Warranties: How much is spelled out about your right to recover if an item goes bad or an unwanted issue occurs? Once again, the clearer this is, the better. Arbitration clauses: This is becoming more popular in contracts of all designs. The theory is that arbitration is a time and cost saver compared to going through the traditional court system. H owever, pr ocedural rules don’t al ways conform to general court rules, and generally there’s no process for an appeal if you think the arbitrator got it wrong. Essentially, read any contract carefully (yes, even the small print) and understand it before signing. If people did this more often, there just might be fewer legal disputes. Who kn ows, you might even be inspired to become an attorney. Heaven help you! Mark Ercolin is a Fort Lauderdale-based maritime attorney. 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8 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times Family Features — Olive oil is a flavorful and versatile cooking oil often trusted in popular cooking methods such as sauteing, stir-frying, dressing, marinating and grilling. It can also earn your trust when it comes to baking. Extra light olive oil offers a delicate aroma and subtle flavor that can complement your favorite baked goods. Its high smoke point helps keep those goodies moist, and with strong flavors like chocolate, it also lets the sweetness shine through. Additionally, it provides high levels of mono-unsaturated fat (“good” fat) and low levels of saturated fat (“bad” fat), making it a more nutritional choice when compared to butter or margarine. Because you need less Advertise in Waterfront Times „ Call for information: 954-524-9450 Dark Chocolate Souffle Prep time: 10 minutes. Cook time: 18 minutes. Serves 2. 1/2 tablespoon extra light olive oil, plus additional for coating pan 1/4 cup granulated sugar, plus additional for coating pan 4 ounces 70 percent cocoa dark chocolate 1 ounce 30 percent heavy cream 3 egg whites 2 egg yolks Pinch of cream of tartar Heat oven to 375 degrees. Grease two 6-ounce ramekins with olive oil and dust with sugar. In a double boiler, melt chocolate, 1/2 tablespoon olive oil and cream; let cool. Using electric mixer, beat egg whites until soft peaks form. Whisk egg yolks into cooled chocolate mixture; fold in egg whites, 1/4 cup sugar and cream of tartar. Pour into prepared ramekins; bake 15 minutes. The recipe can be easily doubled. Garnish with fresh berries, if desired. Double-Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Salted Chocolate Caramel Icing Prep time: 15 minutes. Cook time: 35 minutes. Serves 8-10. 1/2 cup, plus 2 tablespoons, extra light olive oil, divided, plus additional for coating pan 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda teaspoon table salt 1/2 cup half-and-half 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 large egg, lightly beaten 1/4 cup, plus 1/3 cup, mini dark chocolate chips, divided 1 cup canned dulce de leche Flaky sea salt (optional) Position rack in center of oven and heat to 350 degrees. Lightly coat a 9-inch round cake pan with olive oil and line bottom with parchment paper. Lightly coat Extralightoliveoilsubtly revealscake’ssweetnessolive oil than butter in baking, you’ll save calories as well. One easy way to incorporate olive oil in your baked goods is during the prep work: when recipes call for buttering or flouring pans, instead brush the pan with olive oil and dust with flour for the same effect as butter. Maintain olive oil’s flavor and quality by avoiding exposure to heat, light and air. Be sure to store olive oil in a cool, dark place and not over or near the oven. GALLEYSEE GALLEY | PAGE 12 Dark Chocolate Souffle

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9May 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times Send Dining Dockage info to editor@waterfronttimes.com Please include address, dockage space and contact info. hR T y 19, a M y19 a M 8 1 0 2 8 1 0 2 a heR T Bringthed ar w Aailing Sing S y ed b Hosto ilors c a S a he R T e c a y&jointhep mil ly a ef fa tion a elebr ds Cida, and lor outh F gles of S ailing C nlet S o I illsbor H : y Lau Ft t. e o the et omp e c a y! t ty r paailors an ida S lor outh F d S ailing C eam S str Gulf fs Club e! dale shor re uder rd ers t oa nd B Club (561) 494 call or F D € ood F idg R al or C idg R al or C Bring the ustbr tr visit or 4-6888 tion or t ma or e inf o r mor R € eMusic Liv € rinks Lauder Ft lub C t ach Y a ge Lauder Ft lub C t ach Y Ya ge y & join the p mil ly a e f fa g tion.or ounda ridgef t our boa er y ist eg o r t aes R 0 0 : 9 … 0 0 : 6 m o r dale f 0 0 : 9 0 0 : 6 m o r dalef r y! t ty r pa tta ega g/r m p m p r P y d b e t en s e s r in t e e n e B ng Below is a sampling of restaurants offering dockage to their boating patrons. If we left out your favorite restaurant, e-mail the restaurant info to editor@waterfronttimes.com. Broward County15th Street Fisheries 1900 SE 15th St., ICW, Fort Lauderdale, 363 foot dock, 12 foot draft. 954-763-2777. Billys Stone Crab Market & Seafood Restaurant 400 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood; ICW, 150 foot dock, 6 foot draft low tide. 954-923-2300. Boat Yard 1555 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale; five slips available on canal; takes boats up to 62 feet, 21 foot draft. 954-525-7400. Blue Moon Fish Company 4405 W. Tradewinds Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW, 200 foot dock. 954-267-9888. Caps Place Island Restaurant Channel Marker 69, Lighthouse Point, 150 foot dock, 3 foot draft low tide, 5 foot draft high tide. 954-941-0418. Diplomatic Beach Resort 3460 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, at Diplomat Landings. 14 slips, 7 foot draft low tide. Average dinner price $20.00. 954-602-8760. Downtowner Saloon 10 South New River Drive East; east of the Andrews Avenue Bridge, Fort Lauderdale; city docks available on a first serve basis; 7 foot draft; takes boats up to 70 feet. 954-463-9800. GGs Waterfront Bar and Grill 606 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, ICW. Can accommodate up to 200 foot boats on a 1,000 foot dock. 954-929-7030. Grille 66 and Bar & Pelican Landing Hyatt Regency Pier 66, 2301 SE. 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, 142 slips, 10 foot draft. 954-728-3578 or VHF channel 16. Houstons Restaurant 2821 E. Atlantic Blvd., ICW, Pompano Beach. Accommodates about 15 boats about 30 feet long, rafting. 954-783-9499. Jimbos Sandbar 6200 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood. 200 foot dock accommodates boats up to 35 feet long. 954-927-9560. Las Olas Riverfront 300 S.W. First Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Various restaurants, 400 feet of dock available for boats up to 145 feet long. Up to 11 draft. Le Tub 1100 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, ICW. 150 foot dock, 5 foot draft low tide. 954-921-9425. Rendevous Waterfront Bar & Grille Located in Marina Bay, 2525 Marina Bay Drive West, Ft. Lauderdale, 7 foot draft. Call 954-797-0054, ext.580. Rustic Inn Crab House 4331 Ravenswood Rd., Dania Beach on the Dania Cut-off Canal. Five slips available. 954-584-1637. Two Georges at the Cove 1754 SE. 3rd Court, Deerfield Beach. Hillsboro Boulevard and the ICW. 270 foot dock, 7 foot draft at low tide. 954-427-9747. Dade CountyMontys 2250 S. Bayshore Drive, Coconut G rove. Takes Takes boats up to 90 feet, 4 foot draft at low tide. 305-856-3992. Scottys Landing 3381 Pan American Drive, Miami, Two slips available for diners at the adjacent G rove Key Marina. 305-854-2626. Shuckers 1819 79th Street Causeway, North Miami, Can accommodate boats up to 77 feet, 5 foot draft at low tide. An area for small watercraft parking is available, 6 foot draft at low tide. 305-866-1570. Dining out? Here’s where you can take the boat Sands Harbor Patio Restaurant 125 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano Beach. Takes boats up to 100 feet, 6-foot draft low tide. 954-942-9100, ext. 6110. Shooters Waterfront 3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, ICW. 350 foot dock, 8 foot draft low tide. Can accommodate boats up to 150 feet. 954566-2855. Southport Raw Bar 1536 Cordova Rd., Fort Lauderdale; 5 slips available. Takes boats up to 35 feet, 3 foot draft low tide. 954-525-CLAM. The Rusty Hook Tavern 125 Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach, ICW. Free dockage at Sands Harbor Marina. Takes boats up to 100 feet, 4 foot draft at low tide. 954-941-2499. DINING DOCKAGE

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10 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times 1, TuesdayFleet Week Ship Tours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tours of sixU.S. Navy and Coast Guardships. www.browardnavydays.org. Miami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. Tuesdays atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/Fort-Lauderdale-Fishing-Group. 2, WednesdayLadies Fish-Off Pre Tournament Party: 6-9 p.m. at Brew Fish Bar & Grill, 200 E. McNab Road, Pompano Beach. 954-261-6477; www.ladiesfishoff.com. Seamanship Boating Course: 7-9:15 p.m. at the Pompano Beach Sail & Power Squadron, 3701 NE 18th Terrace, Pompano Beach. Cost: $135 non-squadron members. 754-444-1470; www.pompanosafeboating.com. Hollywood Hills Saltwater Fishing Science & Social Club: 7-9 p.m. discussion, Ask the ExpertsŽ at Shenanigans East Side Pub, 1300 S Federal Highway, Dania Beach. www.meetup.com/HollywoodHills-Saltwater-Fishing-Science-and-Social-Club. South Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. 3, ThursdayMiami Kayaking Meetup: 6 p.m. monthly meetup at Matheson Hammock Park, 9610 Old Cutler Road, Miami. Cost: $35. 305-290-0399; www.meetup/miami-kayak-club/events. Art of Food & Wine: 6-8 p.m. at NSU Art Museum, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $40 per person. 954-525-5500; http://nsuartmuseum.org/events. Drop-In Arts for Teens and Adults 5:30-7:30 p.m. at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-5255500; http://nsuartmuseum.org/events/2017-09-07. Under Sea Adventurers Dive Club: 6 p.m. dinner followed by 7:30 p.m. meeting at Courtyard by Marriott, 2440 W. Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale. Annual dues: $50 per person or $90 couples; https://usadiveclub.org. 4, FridayPalm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Friday Night Sound Waves: 6-9 p.m. with Billy Joel tribute band the Turstiles, at Fort Lauderdale Beach Hub, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.fridaynightsoundwaves.com/artists/edan-archer. Movies on the Lawn: 7 p.m. event with the public bringing food and lawn chairs to The Great Lawn, on the corner of Atlantic and Pompano Beach boulevards, Pompano Beach. No cost. 754-786-4111; www.pompanobeachfl.gov. 5, SaturdayCinco de Mayo Fort Lauderdale Air Show: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, today and Sunday on Fort Lauderdale beach, 1100 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Ticket prices start at $29.75 adults. http://fortlauderdaleairshow.com. 6, SundayJazz Brunch: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. outdoor music at Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-828-5363; www.goriverwalk.com. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 7, MondayDragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. paddling clinic at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-Blazing Paddles fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. 8, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. Tuesdays atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. Open Mike Night Marina 84: 8-11 p.m. competition for prizes at Marina 84, 2440 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-734-2424; www.marina84.com. Boca Raton Toastmasters: meets 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Boca Raton Community Center, 150 Crawford Blvd., Boca Raton. 561-306-2426; www.bocaratontoastmasters.org. 9, WednesdayBroward Shell Club: 6:30 p.m. meeting at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. 954-786-4111; www.browardshellclub.org. South Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. Ladies, Lets Go Fishing: 6-8:30 p.m. happy hour and dinner meeting at VFW Hall, 350 SW 25th St., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $10 includes dinner.954-923-3072; www.sfl-llgf.com. Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. team practice at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Toast of Las Olas: 7-8:30 p.m. meeting Wednesdays at Broward County Governmental Center, 115 S. Andrews Ave., #302, Fort Lauderdale. 954-240-8967; 9400; https://9400.toastmastersclubs.org. 10, ThursdayHillsboro Inlet Sailing Club: 7-9 p.m. meeting at Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club, 2701 NE 42nd St., Lighthouse Point. www.hisc.org. Drawing Workshop: 9:30 a.m. and tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at Bonnet House, 900 N. Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $200 nonmembers. 954-563-5393; www.bonnethouse.org/events/2018-04. Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. 11, FridayRiverwalk 80s Dance Party: 7-10 p.m. at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. 1980s apparel encouraged. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.com. Palm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Miami Yacht Club: 8 p.m. meeting the second Friday of the month at 1001 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. 305-377-9877. Friday Night Sound Waves: 6-9 p.m. with Ladies of Soul at Fort Lauderdale Beach Hub, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.fridaynightsoundwaves.com/artists/edan-archer. Pompano Pier Food Truck Roundup: 6-10 p.m. at 222 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach. Bring chairs. 954-786-7824. Music Under the Stars: 7-9 p.m. the second Friday of the month at The Great Lawn, on the corner of Atlantic and Pompano Beach boulevards, Pompano Beach. No cost. http://pompanobeachfl.gov. 12, SaturdayAbout Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the USCGA at McNab Park Center, 2250 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach. Cost: $50. 954-941-5781 or 561-350-3395; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=21658. About Boating Safely: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at Spanish River Park, 3939 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton. Cost: $35 adults, $20 teens. Bring lunch. 561-391-3600; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=20883 About Boating Safely: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at the Salvation Army, 7450 W. Fourth Ave., Hialeah. Cost: $25. 305-205-7277. Safe Boating Week Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse Tour: 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. boat departures to the lighthouse from Alsdorf Park, 2974 NE 14th St., Pompano Beach. Cost: $35 individual annual membership or $50 for a family of 4. 954-942-2102; www.hillsborolighthouse.org. Adults Learn to Sail: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. atSailors Point,921 N. North Lake Drive, Hollywood. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org. Hollywood Beach Sweep Clean up: 7-11 a.m. volunteer event at Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St., Hollywood. www.hollywoodfl.org/index.aspx?NID=746. Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep Cleanup: 7-11 a.m. volunteer beach cleanup at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 954-593-8501; www.facebook.com/events/1538210886229311. Color Run: 7-10:30 a.m. at Huizenga Plaza, 32 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Dressing in white and/or your favorite super hero encouraged. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.com. 13, SundayMothers Day Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 14, MondayFort Lauderdale Bridge Club: 12:30 p.m. games at 700 NE Sixth Terrace, Fort Lauderdale. 954-761-1577; www.ftlbc.com. 15, TuesdayGulfstream Sailing Club: 7:30 p.m. meeting the third Tuesday of the month at VFW Post 1966, 350 SW 25th St., Fort Lauderdale. www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org. Miami Beach Rowers Meetup : 7 p.m. at Miami Beach Watersport Center, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-Up/events. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/Fort-Lauderdale-Fishing-Group. Open Mike Night Marina 84 : 8-11 p.m. competition for prizes at Marina 84, 2440 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. 954-734-2424; www.marina84.com. Southern Handcraft Society of Coral Springs: meets at 10 a.m. at Hobby Lobby, 9150 Wiles Road, Coral Springs. 954-798-1672. 16, WednesdaySouth Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. 17, ThursdayPompano Beach Fishing Rodeo Kick-off: The Rusty Hook Tavern, 125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Boat entry fees: $400 before May 11, $500 after. 954-942-4513; www.pompanofishingrodeo.com. Sailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. 18, FridayPalm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. 561-881-0809; www.pbsail.org. Friday Night Sound Waves: 6-9 p.m. with Latin, Reggae and Roots group Big Harvest at Fort Lauderdale Beach Hub, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.fridaynightsoundwaves.com/artists/edan-archer. Pompano Pier Food Truck Round Up: 6-10 p.m. at Pompano Beach Fishing Pier, 222 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach. 954-786-7824. 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. 19, Saturday21st Annual Hospice Regatta: 11 a.m. off Fort Lauderdale with awards dinner following at Coral Ridge Yacht Club, 2800 Yacht Club Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Boat entry fee: $120, dinner tickets $75. 561-494-6888; https://trustbridgefoundation.org/regatta. 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11May 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times 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 MAY TIDE TABLE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 7 April 29 p 30 -0.1 M A 3:22 2.4 M 9:14 A -0.4 M 3:39 P 2.5 M 9:45 P p A 4:04 9:54 A p 8 y 0 May 1 0 M A 4:46 2. M 10:34 A y -0.1 M A 2.4 M A -0.3 M 4:19 P 2.5 M 10:25 P y 9 1 2 0.0 .3 -0.3 M 5:01 P 2.4 M 11:05 P 0.1 M A 5:28 2.2 M 11:12 A 5:4 11: 10 3 -0.2 M 41 P 2.3 M :43 P 0.2 M A 6:08 2.1 M 11:50 A M 6:21 P 11 4 -0.0 2.2 M 12:23 A 0.4 M A 6:50 2.0 M 12:30 P 0.1 M 7:03 P 12 5 2.1 M 1:05 A 0.5 M A 7:34 1.9 M 1:12 P 0.3 M 7:47 P 13 14 2.0 M 1:49 A 0.6 M A 8:22 1.8 M 2:00 P 0.4 M 8:37 P 2:39 A A 9:16 15 1.9 M A 0.6 M A 1.8 M 2:54 P 0.5 M 9:35 P 1. M 3:31 A 0 M A 10:14 16 .9 0.6 1.8 M 3:52 P 0.5 M 10:35 P 1.9 M 4:27 A 0.5 M A 1:10 1 4:5 1 1 17 1.8 M 54 P 0.4 M :31 P 1.9 M 5:23 A 0.4 M 12:02 P M 5:54 P 18 1.9 M 0.4 M A 12:25 2.0 M 6:15 A 0.2 M 12:50 P 2.1 M 6:50 P 19 0.2 M A 1:13 2.1 M 7:05 A -0.0 M 1:34 P 2.3 M 7:40 P 20 21 0.1 M A 2:01 2.2 M 7:53 A -0.2 M 2:18 P 2.4 M 8:30 P A 2:47 8:39 A 22 0.0 M A 2.3 M A -0.4 M 3:04 P 2.5 M 9:18 P -0 M A 3:33 2. M 9:27 A 23 0.1 .4 -0.5 M 3:50 P 2.6 M 10:06 P -0.1 M A 4:19 2.4 M 10:13 A 4:3 10 24 -0.6 M 36 P 2.6 M 0:54 P -0.1 M A 5:09 2.4 M 11:03 A M 5:26 P M 11:44 P 25 -0.6 2.6 M -0.1 M A 5:59 2.4 M 11:55 A -0.5 M 6:20 P 6 2 2.6 M 12:36 A -0.0 M A 6:55 2.3 M 12:49 P -0.4 M 7:16 P 27 28 0.1 M A 2:14 2.2 M 8:02 A -0.3 M 2:31 P 2.4 M 8:39 P A 2.5 M 1:30 A 0.0 M A 7:55 2.2 M 1:49 P -0.2 M 8:18 P 2:58 8:46 A 2:28 A A 8:59 29 0.1 M 2.2 M A -0.3 M 3:13 P 2.4 M 9:21 P 0 2.4 M A 0.1 M A 2.2 M 2:51 P -0.1 M 9:24 P M A 3:40 2 M 9:26 A 2 M 3:28 A 0 M A 10:03 30 .1 2 -0.3 M 3:53 P 2.3 M 10:01 P 0.1 3 0 .1 2.2 M 3:57 P 0.0 M 10:30 P M A 4:22 2.1 M 10:06 A 4: 3 10 2.2 M 4:30 A -0.0 M A 1:07 1 5: 0 1 1 31 -0.2 M 3 3 P 2.3 M :41 P 0.2 2.2 M 0 5 P 0.1 M :34 P M A 5:02 2.1 M 10:44 A M 5:13 P M 11:19 P 2.2 M 5:28 A -0.1 M 12:05 P M 6:07 P J June 1 -0.1 2.2 M 0.3 2.2 M 0.1 M A 12:32 2.2 M 6:24 A -0.2 M 12:57 P 2.3 M 7:03 P J M A 5:41 2.0 M 11:23 A -0.0 M 5:52 P 2.2 M 11:58 P J 2 0.1 M A 1:24 2.2 M 7:16 A -0.2 M 1:45 P 2.3 M 7:53 P 0.3 M A 6:21 2.0 M 12:03 P 0.1 M 6:30 P HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW TIME ADJUSTMENTS Boca Inlet +8 +17 Hillsboro Inlet -31 -50 Davie Bridge N.R. +40 +40 Port Everglades -45 -6 Karen Canal Haulover Inlet +38 +39 to TideTable in minutes Deerfield Beach +12 +11 Commercial ICW -26 -34 Bahia Mar -20 -18 Dania Cut-Off +45 +28 ( Hendricks Isle ) 0 0 Government Cut -39 -56 Credit: Mr. Tides Version 4.3.8 (592) from Hahn Software 2012 by August Hahn Founded in 1977CableMarine. comCable Marine West (80 & 100 Ton Lifts)954-587-40002491 W. State Road 84 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 Cable Marine East (40 Ton Lift) 954-462-28221517 S.E. 16th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 2029 3039 4049 5059 6069 7079 8089 90& upPRICES PER FOOT Bottom Painting Prices (Sanding and barnacle scraping billed at additional $67. per hour) Our everyday low prices are listed below. Have Cable Marine 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 or against any purchase made at any Boat Owners Warehouse store. Fiberglass Bottomkote NT $19.75 $22.00 $23.00 $23.75 $28.50 $30.00 $39.50 T&M Copper Guard 19.75 22.00 23.00 23.75 28.50 30.00 39.50 T&M SeaHawk AF33 20.00 22.50 23.50 23.75 29.00 31.00 40.50 T&M Ultima SSA 20.00 22.50 23.50 23.75 29.00 31.00 40.50 T&M Unepoxy Plus 20.50 22.75 24.00 24.50 29.50 31.25 41.00 T&M Trinidad 24.50 27.25 28.75 29.50 35.50 37.25 49.00 T&M Pacifica Plus 25.00 27.50 29.00 29.75 36.00 37.75 49.75 T&M Ultrakote 25.00 27.75 29.00 29.75 36.00 37.75 49.75 T&M Seahawk Cukote 26.00 29.00 30.25 31.25 37.50 39.50 52.00 T&M Trinidad SR 28.00 31.00 32.50 33.50 40.25 42.50 55.75 T&M Micron CSC 28.75 32.00 33.75 34.75 41.75 44.00 58.00 T&M Vivid 28.75 32.00 33.50 34.50 41.50 43.75 57.50 T&M Micron CF 30.25 33.75 35.25 36.25 43.75 46.25 60.50 T&M Ultima SR 60 31.25 34.75 36.50 37.50 45.25 47.75 62.50 T&M Micron 66 32.75 36.25 38.00 39.25 47.00 49.75 65.25 T&M Seahawk BioCop TF 33.75 37.50 39.25 40.50 48.50 51.25 67.25 T&M DOCKS,DECKSANDPAVERS €New Construction €Dock Repairs €Pilings €Seawall Repair €Accessories €Free Quotes Licensed and Insured QUALITY WORK — ALWAYS ON TIME! Fort LauderdaleLIC. CGC 15211366 Call: (954) 651-2572 Advertise in Waterfront Times Call: 954-524-9450

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Olive oil, chocolate make a sultry pairparchment with olive oil. In large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Stir in half-andhalf, 1/2 cup olive oil and vanilla. With electric mixer, beat in egg until well blended. Scrape batter into prepared cake pan and sprinkle top with 1/4 cup mini chips. Bake cake 25-30 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Place cake on cooling rack 10 minutes then turn cake out onto rack and let cool completely. In medium saucepan, heat dulce de leche over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until softened. Add remaining olive oil and chocolate chips and stir until chocolate has melted and mixture is smooth. Remove pan from heat. Transfer cake to serving plate. Pour icing over cooled cake, sprinkle with flaky salt, if desired, and serve. Recipe courtesy of Chef Sharon Sanders. Double-Chocolate Biscotti Prep time: 30 minutes/ Cook time: 25 minutes. Serves 40. 3 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup cocoa powder 1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup extra light olive oil, plus 1 tablespoon for coating pans 1 cup packed light brown sugar 2 eggs, plus 1 egg yolk 1/3 cup milk Tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 cup semisweet or bittersweet chocolate morsels On sheet of waxed paper, combine flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, cinnamon and salt; set aside. Using electric mixer, beat olive oil with sugar until smooth and light. Add eggs and egg yolk, one at a time, beating until smooth. Add milk and vinegar; beat until smooth. With mixer on low speed, gradually add flour mixture, beating until just combined. Stir in chocolate morsels with large spoon; cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate at least 4 hours. Heat oven to 325 degrees. Grease two large baking sheets with 1/2 tablespoon olive oil each. On lightly floured surface, divide dough into quarters. Roll each piece of dough into log, about 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Place logs on baking sheets, leaving space in between. Bake about 30 minutes, or until golden and set. Transfer to rack; let cool 10 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 300 degrees. On cutting board using serrated knife, cut each log into 3/4inch-wide slices diagonally. Place slices, cut-side down, on baking sheets. Bake 15-18 minutes, or until toasted. Transfer to racks; let cool. Explore more tips and recipes using olive oil at filippoberio.com. GALLEY |FROM PAGE 8 12 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times Friday Night Sound Waves: 6-9 p.m. with band All Access at Fort Lauderdale Beach Hub, 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. www.fridaynightsoundwaves.com/artists/edan-archer. Live Animal Presentations: 1 p.m. every Friday and Saturday at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, 3109 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Free admission. 954-564-4521; http://birchstatepark.org. 26, SaturdayAbout Boating Safely: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the USCGA at Mary Collins Community Center, 15151 NW 82nd Ave., Miami Lakes. Cost: $25. 305-205-7277; 786-897-0768. Great American Beach Party: 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. free event with entertainment and contests along Fort Lauderdale beach at State Road A1A and Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. http://myfortlauderdalebeach.com/portfolio-view/great-american-beach-party. Fat Village Artwalk: 6-10 p.m. stroll through studios and art galleries the last Saturday of the month starting at 523 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-540-9897; www.fatvillage.com. 27, SundayFull Moon Kayak Tour: 7 p.m. at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $25 to $50. 305-957-3040; www.facebook.com/bluemoonoutdoor. CALENDAR | FROM PAGE 10EVENTS CALENDAR Sands Harbor Marina, 125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Boat entry fees: $400 before May 11, $500 after. 954-942-4513; www.pompanofishingrodeo.com. About Boating Safely: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. sponsored by the USCGA at McVey station, 601 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $35. Bring lunch. 954-463-0034; 201-906-6300; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=21925. Smoke on the Water Barbecue Feast & Competition: noon to 6 p.m. at Esplanade Park, 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. Free entry; food starts at $5. 954-468-1541; www.goriverwalk.com. Downtown Hollywood Artwalk: 5-10 p.m. tour of downtown art galleries on the third Saturday of the month. 954-924-2980; www.floridashollywood.org/artwalk.aspx. 20, SundayAbout Boating Safely: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the USCGA at Bass Pro Shops, 220 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach. Cost: $50, includes lunch. 954-610-8085; http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=16790. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 21, MondayPompano Beach Offshore Anglers: 7:30 p.m. meeting on the third Monday of the month at Sands Harbor, 125 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach. Cost: $35 per year. www.meetup.com/fishing-97events. Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Racing: 7 p.m. team practice at the boat ramp at Holland Park, 801 Johnson St., Hollywood. No cost. 954 232-7434; www.meetup.com/dragon-boat-fort-lauderdale-hollywood/events. Food Trucks at ArtsPark: 5:309:30 p.m. at ArtsParkalong Young Circle in downtownHollywood. http://burgerbeast.com/arts-park. 22, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. at Miami Beach Watersport Center, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-Up/events. Gold Coast Fly Fishers: 6:45 p.m. meeting at American Legion Post 142, 171 SW Second St, Pompano Beach. www.meetup.com/goldcoastflyfishers/events/jwnhvlyxfbkc. Tuesday Morning Drift Fishing: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 301 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Cost: $31.80 per person. www.meetup.com/Fort-Lauderdale-Fishing-Group. 23, WednesdaySouth Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. Dania Beach Marine Advisory Board: 6-7 p.m. meeting at Dania Beach Marina Lounge, 151 N. Beach Road, Dania Beach. www.daniabeachfl.gov. Miami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. atMiami Beach Watersport Center,6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-U. 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. Toast of Las Olas: 6:15-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Broward County Governmental Center, 115 S. Andrews Ave., #302, Fort Lauderdale. 954240-8967; 9400.www.toastmastersclubs.org. 24, ThursdaySailing Singles of South Florida: 7 p.m. meeting at various Fort Lauderdale locations. 954-462-4575; www.sailingsingles.org. 25, FridayPalm Beach Sailing Club: 5-10 p.m. dinner at Palm Beach Sailing Club, 4600 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. www.pbsail.org. Broadwalk Friday Fest: 7-9 p.m. performance at Hollywood Beach Theater, on Johnson Street and the Broadwalk, Hollywood. Free. 954-921-3404. Seven Seas Cruising Association: 8 a.m. breakfast for International cruising sailors at Egg & You Diner, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Public welcome. 754-702-5068; www.ssca.org. 28, MondayMemorial Day Food Trucks at ArtsPark: 5:309:30 p.m. at ArtsParkalong Young Circle in downtownHollywood. http://burgerbeast.com/arts-park. 29, TuesdayMiami Beach Rowers Meetup: 7 p.m. at Miami Beach Watersport Center, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. www.meetup.com/Miami-Beach-Rowers-Meet-Up/events. 30, WednesdaySouth Florida Sailors & Boaters: 6:30 p.m. at Beachcomber Resort, 1200 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach. Boat or know-how not needed. 954-908-5335; www.southfloridasailorsandboaters.com. 31, Thursday33rd Annual Ladies Fish-off Tournament Kick-off & Captains Meeting: 6-10 p.m. at Galuppis, 1103 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach. www.ladiesfishoff.com. Jennifer Heit 1040 Bayview Drive,Suite410 FortLauderdale,Florida 33304 waterfronttimes.com 954.524.9450 P 954.524.9464 F editor@waterfronttimes.com Serving the South Florida Boating Community Since 1969 RickAugustoislookingforclean,late model boatstosell…LoveitList it  We command higher prices because we provide all brands of service and parts.  We provide free storage for 90 days (trailered boats)  We provide buyer financing  We advertise worldwide on major listing websites  We advertise throughout South Florida in print and radio  We provide professional white glove service Rick Augusto A LICENSEDYACHTBROKER954.249.7565Cell  Ricka@nauticalventures.comNautical Ventures Marine  50 S.Bryan Rd.  Dania Beach 33004 DEALERSFORAXOPARCENTURYBLACKFINRANGERTUGSSCHAEFERYACHTSOR Double-Chocolate Biscotti

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13May 2018 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMWaterfront Times Wood-Chuck Workshop, Inc.Custom Yacht Car pen try & Refits€ Corian / Granite Countertops € Teak Decks & Cover Boards € Teak & Holly/AmticoFlooring € Custom Cabinetry / Refinishing954-922-3221 Since 1979AT HARBOR TOWN MA RI NA For classified advertising information call: 9545249450 M M M M MARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE S S S S SERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES NEPTUNE AIR CORP Sales, Service & InstallationAll Brands 1611 SW 2nd Avenue, Ft Laud., FL 33315 € Call: 954-779-2510BEERS GROUP INC. BEERS GROUP INC. BEERS GROUP INC. BEERS GROUP INC. BEERS GROUP INC. Sales & Service Marine Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Phone: 954-524-6767 A/C & R A/C & R A/C & R A/C & R A/C & REFRIGERATION EFRIGERATION EFRIGERATION EFRIGERATION EFRIGERATION C C C C CANVAS ANVAS ANVAS ANVAS ANVAS Canvas Factorycovers, tops & repairs. Mobile truck for on-site work. 954-781-1970 RFAST Custom Marine Canvas & Upholstery For a dockside estimate call 954-596-2279 or 305-807-0144. www.rfastcanvas.net C C C C CLEANING LEANING LEANING LEANING LEANING B B B B BOATS OATS OATS OATS OATS WAX MOBILE SERVICESwash, compound & wax. Call Alfredo at 954-651-5521 Boat Wash/Detailing. Low prices. Weekly & monthly services. Lic Capt. 954-788-6584 M M M M MARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE ARINE S S S S SERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES ERVICES … pages 13-14 … pages 13-14 … pages 13-14 … pages 13-14 … pages 13-14 F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR S S S S SALE ALE ALE ALE ALE page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 page 14 CANVAS FACTORYFlybridge covers, Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs. Mobile truck will perform work at your site.Call 954-781-1970 .C C C C CLASSIFIED LASSIFIED LASSIFIED LASSIFIED LASSIFIED A A A A ADS DS DS DS DS continue next pageEAST COAST Boat DetailingWash, Wax, F/G Compound, Bottom Cleaning. 954-803-6238 MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLIN MARK ERCOLINBoard Certified in Admiralty & Maritime Law by the Florida Bar1040 Bayview Drive, #410, Ft Laud 33304 954-792-5425 € 321-9157 € fax: 524-9464 Florilli Law Group Florilli Law Group Florilli Law Group Florilli Law Group Florilli Law Group… Mar itime Litigation Justin S Fiorilli, Esq. 954-797-7719 A A A A ADMIRALTY DMIRALTY DMIRALTY DMIRALTY DMIRALTY L L L L LAW AW AW AW AW DR. ZINC DIVING, Inc. Propeller specialist. Monthly maintenance, commercial diving. Visa & MC. 561-445-0462 € 305-522-3553 The Diver Underwater Maintenance Call 954-522-2524 or 954-401-9745 (cell) Diversified Diving & Marine Construction Call: 954-876-8036 € 954-240-3646. MRS G DIVING Monthly Hull Maintenance & Commercial Diving Services. Lic. & Insured to work in any yard & marina. 954-964-4804 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-FD D D D DETAILING ETAILING ETAILING ETAILING ETAILING continues next columnCABLE west yard (80-ton).... 954-587-4000 East yard (40-ton lift)........... 954-462-2822 1st PERFORMANCE MARINA5 minutes to Port Everglades inlet, 954-763-8743 PLAYBOY MARINEocean access, no bridges www.playboymarine.com 954-920-0533 LAUDERDALE MARINA: SE 15 ST, Fort Laud. Service€Parts€Sales€Fuel Dock 954-523-8507 ROYALE PALM YACHT BASINDania Beach Full service yard, 75-ton lift. 954-923-5900 SEVEN SEAS: 1500 W Broward, FtL, Full Svc. 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V/MCwww.florida-boatsurvey.com 954-444-9136 Stripping€Repairing€ Refinishing of Furniture & Wooden Boat Parts 954-978-2090 € www.swisswoodwork.com EXPERT VARNISHINGmarine & residential. Shari K Becker, Inc. Call 954-467-8343 R R R R REFINISHING EFINISHING EFINISHING EFINISHING EFINISHING ALP's Mobile Marine Repair-"I come to you. I fix it right the first time!" All Makes & Models. 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14 WATERFRONTTIMES.COMMay 2018Waterfront Times Boat Dockage Classifiedswww.DockSearch.comSEARCH RENT BUY SELL R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE LOOKING for Private DOCKSPACE?ALL AREAS ALL SIZESDOCKFINDERS of South FloridaRENTING DOCKSPACE ? INQUIRE TODAY!954-771-2680info@dockfinders.com PRIME DOCKAGE Tropical OasisEast Fort Lauderdalenear Galleria MallNo fixed bridges € Prime Amenities80' vessels or longer9' MLW, Wi-Fi, 50/100 amp, pump-outCall 954-467-8220, ext # 26LAUD-BY-THE-SEA: up to 260' dock available Wtr/Elec. No Lvbds. Call 910-352-2801. MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area Private Quiet Water Location No fixed bridges € pump-out € 9' MLW 80' vessels or longer € Wi-Fi € 50/100 amp electric. Call 954-494-0615. SOUTH FORK NEW RIVEREast of 95. NFB up to 50', no lvbd. Call 954-524-5975. LAUD ISLESup to 50' dock + deck, secure, water/elec, hurricane safe, $8/foot/month. Call 954-584-0578. CITRUS ISLES 50 slip, behind prvt home, safe/secure, NFB, wtr/elec, no lvbd. $500/mo Call 954-463-1285. Citrus Isles, 50' dock, open ocean access, $450/month. Call 954-540-1059. Private up to 48', no lvbds. One canal west of 95. $400/month. Call 954-600-1511. HENDRICKS ISto 40', sail only, shower/ bathrm/laundry facilities, patio, nice grounds, 2-car parking, no pets, non-smoker. Call 954-467-8371. NEW RIVER 50' sailboat slip, behind prvt home, safe/secure, NFB, wtr/elec, no lvbd. $550/mo. Available April 1st. 954-XXX-XXXX D D D D D OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE C C C C C ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL B B B B B ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD continued D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues below & next column F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR R R R R RENT ENT ENT ENT ENT… … … … … COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL W W W W WANTED ANTED ANTED ANTED ANTEDRECREATION RECREATION RECREATION RECREATION RECREATION VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES Wanted…All motor homes, travel trailers, 5th wheels, diesel trucks & classic cars. Any condition. Cash paid on the spot. Call now for quick sale... 954-789-7530R R R R REAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E ESTATE STATE STATE STATE STATE continues next column LOOKING for DOCKS available for rent?All over South Florida € All Sized BoatsIs your Dock For Rent ? Call TODAY954-417-0109info@Docks411.com Docks411.com Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Boat Slips for rent in Fort Lauderdales Victoria Park neighborhood on a quiet senior living property. Close to lots of shopping, dining,entertainment and beaches. Bathrooms, Pool, Water, Mail drop-off and Laundry amenities included.Liveaboards are welcome.For more inquiries, contact us during regular business hours Monday…Friday, 8:00a.m.…4:30p.m. at 954-463-6721 F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR R R R R RENT ENT ENT ENT ENT… … … … … RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL Century East Apts & Marina100 Isle of Venice. Dockage to 45', lvbds OK. Apts for rentmonthly or annual. 954-980-3230 ROOM TO RENT with other man, non-smoker, non-drinker, over 50. Call 305-354-6808. COLDWELL BANKERResidential Real EstateRich ThompsonFor Sale: Deep Water, Ocean Access, NFB. Affordable Properties priced For Rent: Dockage also available for rent.All types of properties available. Rich Thompson: 954-684-5374RichVThompson@gmail.comSpecializing In All Types Of Real Estatewith ocean-access listings throughout the area Search the MLS for WATERFRONT HOMES, visitwww.floridamoves.com/richard.thompsonFeel Confident Working With The Team With A Proven Track RecordD D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues next column (954) 258-5900 € Toll Free: 1-888-806-0621Search here for waterfront homes: www.AJRyan.comwith A.J. Ryan Realty established 1924Call John M. Ryan I live on and sell waterfront property!ŽLooking to Buy or Sell Waterfront Property? R R R R R EAL EAL EAL EAL EAL E E E E E STATE STATE STATE STATE STATE continued D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE continues next column2-Bedroom Duplex… 1 bathroom € new flooring €No Pets € Non smoker € 2-car parking € South Andrews Ave & S.E,. 20h Street € Poinciana Park € close to Downtown, Pt. Everglades & Ft. Lauderdale Intl Airport. $1,450.00 per month. Call 954-467-8371. MIDDLE RIVER Galleria Area…€ Private, Quiet, Gated, Waterfront Location € No fixed bridges € pump-out € 9' MLW € 50 to 90' vessels € 50/100 amp electric € Private restroom with bath/showerCall 954-494-0615 Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. Century East Apts & Marina100 Isle of Venice. Dockage to 45', lvbds OK. Apts for rentmonthly or annual. Call 954-980-3230. ON 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. RIO VISTASE 10 ST island, up to 60', wtr/elec.No lvbd. 954-XXX-XXXX € XXX-XXX-XXXX3350 SW 3rd AV., FT LAUDERDALE In commercial complex with parking, sanitation services included. Near Fort Lauderdale International Airport & Port Everglades, south of State Road 84. Call 954-467-8371Office suites from 250 square feet to 1,100 square feet€ 168 slips for vessels up to 150 € Deep Basin € Floating Docks€Perfect Hurricane Harbor € Perfect place for Live-Aboards with Amenities you would expect at a country club € Great Location € Gated Community € Beautiful Grounds€ Great Restaurant RendezvousŽPlease call or stop by for a viewing & more info:2525 Marina Bay DR West, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312877-752-2728 € www.MarinaBay-FL.com F F F F FOR OR OR OR OR S S S S SALE ALE ALE ALE ALE H H H H HELP ELP ELP ELP ELP W W W W WANTED ANTED ANTED ANTED ANTED Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450. D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSMIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADE MIAMI-DADEDock Available: Dania Cut-Off Canal. NO bridges, Close to inlet. 908-377-8182 POWER BOATS to 60'. Water & Electric 50 & 30 amp included. No liveaboard. Call 412-287-2141. Hollywood Marina55 slips & launch ramp, Call 954-921-3035 € hollywoodfl.org/marina 75' Dock DANIA CUTOFF $1,200/mo. No bridges, 50 amp + water. 954-XXX-XXXX D D D D DOCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD docks from McNab Road north to the Palm Beach County line.CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD docks from Port Everglades north through Bay Colony.SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD SOUTH BROWARD docks from Dania CutOff Canal south to the Dade County Line. Broward area marine construction company seeks an experienced, physically fit deck hand to perform pile driving, rigging & hand signaling on a crane barge working full time on the water. Must speak English & have reliable transportation. Please call 954-583-8500 or email resume to mike@morrisonbuilders.comFloating Dockscustom concrete. 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Call 954-524-9450.RENTED RENTED Broward County Drowning Task Force 9-11am, May 16 @ 6600 W Commercial Blvd Childrens Services Council of Broward Co.Drowning is Preventable! Talk to your child about water safety.ŽWaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org WaterSmartBroward.org Credit Card : TypeVisa € M/C € AmEx € DiscoverCard #____________________________________ Exp Date __/__Card Billing Street Address:_________________________Signature_____________________________ Date__/__/__ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINE: the 15th day of the month prior to issue$ 25 30 35 40 45NAME ADDRESS CITYSTATEZIP PHONE ( ) ADVERTISER INFORMATION CLASSIFIED AD FORM1040 Bayview Drive, 410 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304 SECTION:Phone: (954) 524-9450Fax: (954) 524-9464 South Floridas Nautical Newspaper CLASSIFIED RATES :(35 spaces per line)First two linesƒ....ƒ $25 Each line additionalƒ $5.00 Two line minimum charge WATERFRONT TIMES ROBERT P. GARGANO€ VILLAS OF SUNRISE BAYEstate Sale. Penthouse Condo with 57 Dock! Huge 4+Bedroom/31/2 Bath. Appx 4,470 sq ft, includes: 57 deepwater dock & 3 covered parking spots. Spectacular view overlooking megayacht marina & year round boat parade on the ICW. Great Coral Ridge location. Must Sell … New Price $1,399,000.€ MIDDLE RIVER VILLASCondo with deeded dock. 2/2 just completed total remodel. All new kitchen, SS appliances, granite, porcelain tile floors. Incl 38x16 deeded dock (50 amp) on Middle RiverNo Fixed Bridges. Near Galleria Mall & beach. Reduced Now $359,000.€ RIVERLAND AREACompletely remodeled 3/2 home with pool. Large living room & large master bedroom. S/S appiances, 2 ovens, 2 central a/c, 2 hot water water heaters, whole home water filter, hurricane shutters. Fenced yard with beautiful pool, wood deck & fruit trees. Just Listed … $349,900.€ FORT LAUDERDALE BEACHRARE OCEANFRONT OPPORTUNITY.5-bedroom, 51/2-bath pool home directly on the sand! Great panoramic views! Vacation rental program in place providing excellent cash flow. New owner can have income & great vacation home if desired or you can own your own private oceanfront residence. OUTSTANDING VALUE.$3,775,000.€ LAS OLAS ISLESFOR SALE OR LEASE. 100 Deepwater, No Fixed Bridges. 3-bed 3-bath Bright & open floor plan with screened patio overlooking Pool & Canal. Plus 2-car Garage. Near Point on South Isle affords quick Ocean Access.$1,649,000. Also avail for rent @$5,900/mo.€ RIO NUEVO CONDOSGreat Fort Lauderdale location near Downtown & Las Olas. Gated waterfront community with heated pool. SOME UNITS WITH DOCKS UP TO 55. Studios, 1& 2-bedroom units from$134,000 … $325,000. € 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. $450K Wet / $350K Dry .€ NEW SMYRNA BEACH areaQUAIL ROOST RANCHES Build your Country Dream Home. Country livingbring the horse & ATV.€ 2.5-acre vacant lot. $24,900. € 4.3-acre vacant lot. $34,900. € LAS OLAS AREAAnnual Rental 3/2 Townhouse$2,450/month unfurnished.Small Dog OK.Living and working on the New River € Specializing In Waterfront Real Estate €(954) 462-5770www.garganorealty.com Central location off the New River. Conveniently located close to downtown Ft Lauderdale. Gated island featuring 24-hr manned guardhouse, 2 tennis courts & 3 heated pools. Small pets OK (owners only) No fixed bridges, ocean access dockage up to 50 (owners only as available):€ 2/2 Corner model with washer/dryer hookup in unit...$214,000. € 2/2 Larger ModelSunny South exposure, canal view...$217,000. € 2/2 Split bedroom plan. Remodeled kitchen & baths with granite, washer/dryer hook-up..........$219,500. € 2/2 Updated baths, steam shower in master bath, tennis view, South exposure...................$224,500. € 2/2 Corner, Remodeled kitchen & baths … convenient first floor.......................................$225,000. € 2/2 Remodeled with double balcony & beautiful pool & canal view!............................................$229,900. € 2/2 Beautiful New Kitchen, Appliances, Tile Floors and custom closets................................................$259,900. € 2/2 In River Building. 1250 sq ft. New white kitchen open toliving rm & new baths. Balcony with view of garden & pool..........$264,900. € 2/2 1,250 sq ft with covered parking! Remodeled open kitchen & remodeled baths. Pool & garden view...$279,900. € 2/2 Great Pool & River view! Remodeled open floor plan with updated kitchen & baths...........$299,500. € 2/2 corner, largest model in RR at 1,500 sq ft. Completely remodeled, new A/C, electric fireplace,closet systems, wine cooler, covered parking...$319,900. € 2/2 Largest model Astor, top of the line remodeled with New River view & covered parking.....NOW..$359,900. € 1/11/2 with beautiful view of pool & New River!...$189,900. € 2/2 Remodeled2 New Baths, New SS Appliances, Large Updated Open Kitchen, New Flooring, Covered Parking..............$274,900. € 2/2 1,250 sq ft with open remodeled kitchen, updated baths, smooth ceilings & new A/C. Beautiful pool/canal view & covered parking................$284,900. € 2/2 Largest 2-Bedroom, Completely Remodeled, Beautiful pool, canal & city view !..................$350,000. € RIVER REACH CONDOSDockage up to 50 (as available) & Associates, Realtors 800 E. BROWARD BLVD., SUITE 101 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33301 RIVER REACH RENTALS € 1-Bedroom.........................................$1,475-$1,600/month. € 2-Bedroom.........................................$1,700-$2,200/month. SOLD WWW.GARGANOREALTY.COM SOLDSOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD B B B B BUSINESS USINESS USINESS USINESS USINESS O O O O OPPORTUNITIES PPORTUNITIES PPORTUNITIES PPORTUNITIES PPORTUNITIESSELL YOUR BUSINESS IN 2018 Over 500 sold since 1999 incl 24 in 2017 Most sold businesses in FL since 2000 Experince € Integrity € Dedication Call Russell Cohen of Murphy Business for FREE consult to explain exit process 954-646-7651€flabiz4sale.com rcohen@murphybusiness.com LHPup to 30', NFB, wtr/elec, wide canal. Call 954-XXX-XXXX. RENTED POMPANO BEACHno fixed bridges, 50 amp/ water, private home, near inlet. $10/foot, $400 monthly minimum. Call 954-268-7550. MIAMI BCHPrivate home. Sailboat slip up to 55', dpwtr, NFB, wtr/elec, parking. $500. Call 305.673.0077. 130' Dockage 1429 SE 12 CT Chris Evert Coldwell Banker RE 954-608-9516 RENTED N N N N NOTICES OTICES OTICES OTICES OTICES D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSNORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD NORTH BROWARD D D D D DOCKS OCKS OCKS OCKS OCKSCENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD CENTRAL BROWARD D D D D D OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE OCKAGE C C C C C ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL ENTRAL B B B B B ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD ROWARD continuedFt Laud/RIVERLAND45' dock for rent on protected canal off New River. 20' floating dock also avail. No fixed brides. Quiet, safe residential neighborhood with offstreet parking. Elec/wtr avail. No lvbd. $9/foot. Call Paul 954-646-2266.RIVER DOCKAGE „Up to 85 feet, 55 vertical clearance, water/metered electric. Private & secure. NO Liveaboards. Call 954-316-1246. Join South Floridas largest fleet of dock ads. Call Waterfront Times 954-524-9450.

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