One of ‘those weeks' here at the Powerboat-World desk, no shortage of news and it comes from our usual worldwide sources.
Check out the fabulous photos by US photographer Andy Newman, of the Florida Keys News Bureau.
Be warned, these are images that could be hazardous to your travel plans; one look at these and you'll be packing for the next flight to Florida and the Keys.
A sight to gladden the heart of any blue water angler as a sailfish soars off the Florida Keys. Andy Newman Florida Keys News Bureau
Across in the Middle East, the Class 1 powerboats are ready for action and it's a similar situation across the Tasman Sea with the New Zealand offshore titles underway.
In Australia, the crews involved with the Offshore Superboat Championships will be counting down the days (only 29 or them) to the opening of their 2011 season at Newcastle.
Fancy owning your very own piece of paradise?
Here's your chance, with stunning real estate on offer for the first time on the magical Hayman Island, right on that wondrous Great Barrier Reef.
Honda Marine is taking the fight to prostate cancer with its latest promotion while across the continent, in Perth, Riviera's R Marine has raised more than $150,000 for charity with its latest Variety Bash.
Port Stephens, just outside Newcastle on the NSW central coast, is geared up to welcome more than 500 trailer boats and their crews with the annual Trailerboat Fishing Tournament about to hit town.
NSW Maritime has issued a ‘friendly' warning asking the crews to remain always aware of safe boating practices.
Nowra, on the NSW south coast, is a small, but attractive coastal town; in what must seem like a real coup for the ‘village', local business Nowra Marine has been named Dealer of the Year, Australia and New Zealand, by Mercury Marine.
Plenty more to maintain your interest and I'm sure you know by now that if it's powerboat related, if it appears interesting, this is right where you'll find it.
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