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The marine industry is concerned the frequent drawbridge closings will block access to the river, canals, marinas and boatyards.
On Thursday, trade group Marine Industries Association of South Florida reported that boatyards and marinas in Broward and Palm Beach counties suffered minimal damage due to Irma and were open for business.
Read More: The Caribbean picks up the pieces Carlos De Hernando was staring at a boatyard, where mega-yachts and luxury craft had been flipped, split and strewn across the harbor.
The Merrill-Stevens boatyard has had a storied history.
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.
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.
To save even more money, Peterson was allowed to move into a small trailer in the Eichenlaub boatyard.
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