Reducing the upper web page margin

I am new to web design.  I would like the layout of my web page to show a page title, an image, and a menu above the fold.  And I would like this to be reasonably consistent across commonly-used screen resolutions.  However, I also would like the image to be as large as possible, to preserve the impact.  Please look at www.mauitradewinds.com  and let me know if there is a way to eliminate what appears to be wasted space at the upper margin.  The page title, which is also an image, is 40px high.  But it appears that there is another 60px of empty space above that title image, and perhaps some unnecessary space below it.
ddantesAsked:
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acbxyzConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The logo-image is defined as id="logo", which is formatted via css with a margin-top of 20px. The other 40px arising from the noscript-tag. If this is deleted (or moved to the bottom) and the margin-top of #logo is disabled, your headline is directly attached to the top.
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ddantesAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your comment.  Adjusting the css margin-top value for #main-content did not seem to make any difference, but adjusting the margin falue for  for #logo really helped.  Can you specify the location of the no-script tag you mentioned?
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acbxyzCommented:
In html code delivered to a browser it is between <BODY BACKGROUND="..."> and <IMG id="logo"... I can't tell you where it is defined in source code on the server.
The script and noscript-tags are commented as eXTReMe Pro Tracker Code, linking to extreme-dm.com

I've testet the site with firefox, with Internet Explorer or gChrome the results may vary.

Besides, the navigation buttons on top all have a target="_blank", which means the destination will open in a new window.
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ddantesAuthor Commented:
Understood.  Thank you for your help!
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