Stu Jones To Welcome Center Console Boats At Poker Runs

Stu Jones Discusses Top High–Speed Center Consoles

Check out this article about Stu Jones and transition to including center consoles in Florida Powerboat Club Poker Runs! About six years ago, Stu Jones, president of the Florida Powerboat Club, was facing a critical crossroad in the organization’s history. Should he restructure his poker runs to encourage owners of center console boats to participate or…

Go Fast & Go Boldly with Mercury Racing

Go Fast & Go Boldly with Mercury Racing

In this video produced by Florida Powerboat Club’s very own Stu Jones, various racing personalities from the world of high–performance powerboating share their passion for Going Fast and Going Boldly with Mercury Racing products. Produced by Florida Powerboat Club, the piece includes interviews with Eric Glaser – Midnight Express, Johnny Tomlinson – TNT Custom Marine,…

Honoring Larry Goldman — Gallery

The FPC team was heartbroken to learn of the passing of Larry Goldman, FPC Family member and principal of Xtreme Powerboats, earlier this week; our hearts go out to his family and friends that join us in mourning. Many may not know that Goldman was one of the first to help Stu Jones in the…

Celebration of Life — Larry Goldman

Celebration of Life for Larry Goldman

For the cheerful, generous, courteous South Florida gentleman by way of New York—Xtreme Powerboats founder Larry Goldman—a memorial has been set to honor the devoted husband, father, employer, throttleman, and man of many hats. Goldman’s family announced the details for the service on Monday, two days after his passing. The celebration of life memorial for the…

Offshore Only Recaps Last-Minute Florida Havana Powerboat Rally Changes

Offshore Only Recaps Last-Minute Florida Havana Powerboat Rally Changes

By the time yesterday evening rolled around, Florida Powerboat Club president Stu Jones was fried. Jones and his staff had spent the day scrambling to find flights from Miami to Cuba for club members on Thursday as he had to scrub that day’s planned crossing from Key West to Havana for seven boats—five center consoles and two V-bottom sports—because conditions were just too dangerous.