John Mayer's Real Estate Blog: FLORIDA EVENTS: First Annual Super Boat Thunder On Cocoa Beach - August 20-22nd

FLORIDA EVENTS: First Annual Super Boat Thunder On Cocoa Beach - August 20-22nd

There will be plenty to see and do August 20-22nd when the Super Boats come to Cocoa Beach. Come down early if you're going to Rain Camp in Orlando on the 24th and take in some Thunder on the Beach!

Thunder on the Beach

Thunder on the Beach

 

1st Annual Super Boat Thunder On the Beach ~ Cocoa Beach

Scheduled events start August 20 – 22nd

 

August 20, 2010 (Friday)
9am-5pm Registration: Race Village – Dave Nisbet Dr.
9am-5pm Inspection: Race Village
9am-6pm Powerboats and Race Teams in Dry Pits : Race Village
11am-5pm Press Credential: Race Village
4pm-9pm Live Music: The Cove
6pm-9pm VIP / Meet the Racers: Milliken’s Reef – 683 Dave Nisbet Dr.
6pm-9pm Racers Party: Milliken’s Reef – 683 Dave Nisbet Dr.
August 21, 2010 (Saturday)
9am Mandatory Drivers Meeting: Fishlips Downstairs – 610 Glen Cheek Dr.
9am-5pm Powerboats and Race Teams  In Dry Pits: Race Village
10am-5pm Registration: Race Village
10am-5pm Inspection: Race Village
12pm-4pm Launching: Race Village- Fishlips
12pm-5pm Testing: As per the SBIP Rulebook
11am-5pm Press Credentials: Race Village
12pm-9pm Live Music: The Cove- Dave Nisbet Dr.
7pm-8pm Meet the Racers: Fishlips Downstairs – 610 Glen Creek Dr.
8:30pm-10pm Racers Party: Fishlips – 610 Glen Creek Dr.
August 22, 2010 (Sunday) – Race Day
7:30am-8:30am Physicals: Fishlips – Downstairs
8am-9am Press Credentials:  Race Village
9am-4pm Launching: Race Village – Fishlips
9am Mandatory Drivers Meeting: Fishlips Downstairs
9am-4pm Powerboats in Dry Pits: Race Village
10:45am Boats of First Race Proceed to Milling Area-Cocoa Beach
11am Start of 1st. Race
12:45pm
Boats of Second Race Proceed to Milling Area-Cocoa Beach
1pm Start of 2nd Race
5pm Awards Presentation: The Cove – Dave Nisbet Dr.
Racers and Fans experience the Ultimate Thrill of Offshore Racing
Spectators can see the boats and talk to the teams up close at the Race Village
RACE COURSE
START / FINISH LINE – The Inn Cocoa Beach
Turn #1 Lori Wilson Park   *   Turn #2 Cocoa Beach Pier

Super Boats

Have some Fun in the Sun!

Cocoa Beach Homes

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Comment balloon 7 commentsJohn Mayer • August 10 2010 08:49PM

Comments

John,

I heard something about the

1st Annual Super Boat Thunder On the Beach ~ Cocoa Beach on the radio the other day.But I didn't catch any of the info.

Thank you for posting all of this information. I hope I can make it.

-Paul

Posted by Paul Peck, Licensed Drywall and Painting Contractor (Peck Drywall and Painting serving Brevard County, Florida) about 9 years ago

Paul - It should be awesome! Maybe we can hook up if you can make it. Are you going to Rain Camp in Orlando?

Posted by John Mayer, Your Beach Area Expert (Oikos Realty, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach Florida) about 9 years ago

Sounds like  a lot of fun! I'm ll be in Orlando for Florida Realtors Sat, but maybe next year!

Posted by Carol Zingone, Global Realtor in Jax Beach, FL - ABR, CRS, CIPS (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Florida Network Realty) about 9 years ago

John  I'm not a fan of speedboat racing, but this will be an exciting event - excellent post

Posted by Karen Kruschka, - "My Experience Isn't Expensive - It's PRICELESS" (RE/MAX Executives) about 9 years ago

Carol - Too bad you'll miss it but there are lots of other things to do in the Sunshine State.

Thanks Karen - The noise and power are what get people excited at these events. I've gone 70 mph on a Sea Doo but off shore boats are totally different.

Posted by John Mayer, Your Beach Area Expert (Oikos Realty, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach Florida) about 9 years ago

I'm in Merritt Island and will be happy to attend.

Posted by Kenny about 9 years ago

Used to work the rescue boats for years in the Keys for all the races. You havn't seen anything until you see them coming at you while you're sitting at the turns waiting in case they wipe out and seeing them pass by. They're big, beautiful, loud and FAST!

Posted by Jule about 9 years ago

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