The 60th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show docked into South Florida with plenty of splash as manufacturers unveiled their best and latest during the four day event that ran from Wednesday, October 30 – Sunday, November 3.
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Bobbye Miller Kenyon is an award-winning journalist whose high performance articles have appeared in Hot Boat Magazine along with marine industry news in her Hot Sheet Column (1997-2008); Powerboat Magazine (2009-2012) and OffshoreOnly.com 2012-2019).
She received a special award from the State of Kentucky in 2014 and commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Steven L. Beshear for her feature stories that showcased the state’s diverse boating locales.
Her company, Offshore Public Relations, is a multi-faceted firm that has represented marine industry leaders and champions in the offshore racing arena. A native Miamian, she enjoys boating off the Florida Keys waters of Key Largo to Islamorada and the lakes of the Kentucky countryside.
The largest fleet of the six race APBA Offshore Championship Series converged on the coast of Southwest Florida, churning up the Gulf of Mexico with a high powered performance at the inaugural Roar Offshore last weekend.
That standard cliché “aged to perfection” totally defined this year’s Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix as the third stop on the six venue 2019 APBA Offshore Championship Series celebrated 35 years in high powered style.
The season blasted off along Florida’s iconic Space Coast as Thunder on Cocoa Beach launched the 2019 APBA Offshore Championship. This highly anticipated event boasted a joint partnership between the Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) and Powerboat P1, designed to strengthen the future of offshore racing in the United States.