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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

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  • Outdoors notebook

    Outdoors notebook
    Bass tournament: An open team bass tournament is Oct. 26 from safe light-3 p.m. in the L-29 Canal along Tamiami Trail. Entry fee is $60 per team and $35 for an individual. Call Matt at 786-390-3073. Fishing talk: Capt. Danny Barrow is the guest...
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  • Pier 66 marina gets $20 million upgrade for show

    Pier 66 marina gets $20 million upgrade for show
    It's a sign of improving times that Pier 66 marina is re-joining the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year, complete with a $20 million renovation. The hefty investment means the iconic marina can host 16 super-yachts up to 150 feet long,...
  • Loans, insurance more available for boat buyers

    Loans, insurance more available for boat buyers
    Now is a good time to be in the market for buying a boat. Banks are lending, interest rates remain law, insurance is plentiful and manufacturers are offering more models because the Great Recession is years gone and economic recovery firmly under way....
  • Real Estate Notebook: Senior housing project opens in West Palm Beach

    Real Estate Notebook: Senior housing project opens in West Palm Beach
    A roundup of the week's news in real estate After a year of construction, Evernia Place, a low-income senior housing community, has opened in West Palm Beach. The 85-unit rental is at the northeast corner of Evernia Street and Sapodilla Avenue, near...
  • Fort Lauderdale boat show grows under helm of Show Management

    Fort Lauderdale boat show grows under helm of Show Management
    It's the biggest boat show in the world, but it's only one piece of a puzzle for entrepreneur Efrem "Skip" Zimbalist III. Zimbalist owns the company that produces the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. He bought the business, Fort...
  • Residence Inn opening in Dania

    Residence Inn opening in Dania
    Dania Beach will welcome its newest hotel on Friday. The new 156-suite Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Lauderdale Airport and Cruise Port at 4801 Anglers Ave. is opening doors to its first guests that day. The opening was timed to precede the Fort...
  • Free bus links boat show and Las Olas

    Free bus links boat show and Las Olas
    A free bus service linking Las Olas Boulevard and Bahia Mar marina is debuting with the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show that kicks off Thursday. The service seeks to attract more participants from the world's largest boat show to Fort...
  • Yachties turn filmmakers for Boat Show Film Festival

    Yachties turn filmmakers for Boat Show Film Festival
    And the "Oscar fish" trophy goes to … one of the luxury yachting crews whose short films are debuting at the Fort Yachtie Da International Film Festival. The stainless-steel fish sculpture, along with cash prizes, are at stake for the festival'...
  • The accidental taxidermist pioneered release mounts

    The accidental taxidermist pioneered release mounts
    King Sailfish Mounts does such a brilliant job with its fiberglass recreations of memorable fish catches that it's hard to believe founder and president Raymond Douglas got into the taxidermy business out of desperation. His pioneering company will have...
  • Demolition begins for All Aboard Florida's new station

    Demolition begins for All Aboard Florida's new station
    An old strip center coincidentally named "Broward Station" was knocked down Wednesday, marking the start of construction of what will become a sleek new downtown Fort Lauderdale station for All Aboard Florida. Crews began tearing down the building on the...