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Old 02-14-2004
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biologists looking for assistance

You might try contacting Rocko Galleta in
Ft Lauderdale at Industrial Divers Phone (954) 523-2906 Fax (954) 587-6636

P.O. Box 21786 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33335
Rock has a back ground in this area and has worked with some of the marine groth studies for marine sciences. He may be willing to help you with contacts and other things.
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Thank you sailnaway! Sounds like someone we should introduce ourselves to.
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We''d like to thank the marina operators and boat owners who met with our group in the Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, and Morehead City areas. It was great to hear where some of these boats have been even if I had to hear the stories secondhand. Someone had to hold down the fort in Connecticut! The only boat I''ve been on or under this season is still on land. With no boat of my own I exchange waxing, sanding, varnishing, and general cleaning for time on the water. Not a bad deal really. Anyways, we''ve downloaded plenty of underwater pictures and I should have them on our website soon along with names of the marinas gracious enough to let us survey their docks. We''re hoping to do some surveying up here (New England) beginning next week. So, if you have a boat up here and want your hull surveyed drop us a line. We''d love to meet you!
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