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The Merrill-Stevens boatyard has had a storied history.
To save even more money, Peterson was allowed to move into a small trailer in the Eichenlaub boatyard.
Investigators said Jonathan Race allegedly broke into Daytona Marina & Boat Works shortly before 4:45 a.m. Saturday, rummaged through two vessels, left belongings strewn across the boatyard and stole a 36-foot boat named Ethel Jeanne.
Ritz urged swimmers everywhere to stay out of the water near marinas, docks or boatyards.
Co-founder Boulukos is the culinary director for TRP group, which also includes Boatyard, Tarpon Bend Food and Tackle, Spatch Grilled Peri-Peri Chicken, S3 and nightlife venues O Lounge and Vibe Las Olas.
Participating restaurants include Artisan Beach House, 3030 Ocean, Boatyard, Matador Room by Jean-George Vongerichten, Spatch, S3, YOLO, Colada Cuban Coffee House & Eatery,
Steve White, 61, the boatyard's second-generation owner (and a grandson of E.B. White), was excited to work with Frers, but to have a non-boatbuilding architect of Gehry's stature involved was daunting.
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Definition of boatyard for English Language Learners
: a place where boats are built, repaired, stored, rented, or sold
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