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Florida Powerboat Club Finalizes 2022 Season Event Roster

Though the Florida Powerboat Club’s 2022 event schedule has been live on the Pompano Beach, Fla., outfit’s website since mid-November, club president Stu Jones has been playing it low key. Jones had several details to finalize such as online registration forms, which weren’t ready until December 1, and coming off the club’s successful and massive 280-boat Key West Poker Run he needed time to nail down the last details for the coming season.

“The FPC 2022 event calendar has shaped up nicely as we kick off three back to back events in the Florida Keys January through March,” said Jones. “A lot of the experimentation with new event formats in 2021 have helped FPC come up with what we feel is the ideal agenda with something for everyone.”

With its 2021 Key West Poker Run in the books, the Florida Powerboat Club has now nailed down its 2022 event schedule. Photo by Pete Boden copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

Here is a quick look at what’s ahead for the Florida Powerboat Club and its members next year:

• Winter Florida Keys Poker Run—January 21-22.
• Miami Boat Show Poker Run—February 24-27.
• Spring Key West Poker Run—March 17-20.
• Tampa Bay Poker Run—April 7-10.
• Orange Beach Powerboat Week—May 12-15
• Bahamas Poker Run—June 16-22.
• Bahamas Summer Blast—August 11-15.
• Emerald Coast Poker Run—September 21-26
• 30th Annual Key West Poker Run—November 8-14

“Whether it’s the Florida Keys, the gulf coast all the way to the Florida Panhandle, or island hopping in the Bahamas,” said Jones. “The 2022 schedule offers a dozen events with a wide range of cruising destinations—all with a focus on fun.”

For more information visit the Florida Powerboat Club website.

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