Check out members of the Florida Powerboat Club as they take on the Leverick Bay BVI Poker Run! See the beautiful island as well as the many boats and friends that tagged along!
Check out some photos from the FPC Leverick Bay BVI Poker Run! Great people and a beautiful atmosphere make for a perfect day on the water!
Despite hazardous ocean conditions, members of the Florida Powerboat Club had an amazing time together in Cuba! Check out some pictures to see exactly where they went and the spectacular views that came with it!
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…Details
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…Details
Stu Jones, Florida Powerboat Club and Powerboating in Paradise TV are here in Miami with segment 2 of the 2017 FPC Miami Boat Show Poker Run TV Show. Watch all the great FPC members and sponsors as they head to the first stop on the Miami Boat Show Poker Run.
Check out the Boat Show TV Featured Video of the Week, showcasing 45 Nor-tech! Trond Schoutalks with Stu Jones on Boat Show TV about the new 45′ (450CC) with 4 Mercury 400 running 80 mph. The new boat has many options, real glass, large bar and features for every comport.Details
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.Details