|Title||When||Where||Show confirmed or pending|
|Atlanta Boat Show||01/09/2014||Atlanta Georgia World Congress Center||Confirmed|
|Atlanta Boat show held at Georgia World Congress Center 01/9/2014-01/12/2014|
|Miami International Boat Show||02/13/2014||Miami Beach Convention Center||Confirmed|
|Miami International Boat Show held at Miami Beach Convention Center 02/13/14-02/17/13|
|Suncoast Boat Show||04/25/2014||Sarasota, Florida||Confirmed|
|Suncoast Boat Show, Sarasota, Florida 04/25/14-04/27/14|
Adventure Rows, Raids, and Races
Check out these awesome adventure races in your Little River Marine rowboat.
Tampa Bay to Key Largo, Florida, 300 miles in 8 days or less. This Challenge is an expediton style adventure race for kayaks, canoes, and small sailboats. The time limit is 8 days but the winners will do it in 2 to 4 days. The distance is 260 to 300 miles depending on your course. This challenge is a qualifier for the Ultimate Florida Challenge. Starts 3/2/2013.
The Blackburn Challenge is a 20+ mile open water circumnavigation of Cape Ann. Participants row or paddle small boats in the open ocean waters around Cape Ann, and conditions can vary dramatically throughout the day. Occasionally the water can be very rough, with strong winds and high waves. While we have some powerboats on the course to monitor checkpoints, we do not provide boat escorts—you should expect to be out of their sight and fully independent most of the time. Unless you have solid experience in difficult conditions with the boat you plan to use, you should not enter this event. Always plan an “escape” path to safety, and if you encounter any problems along the way, pull out and call to let us know. The orderly, safe and sportsmanlike conduct of this event is your personal responsibility, and is essential to guaranteeing the future of the Blackburn Challenge. TBA 2013.
Essex River Race
The Essex River Race is a 5.5+ mile open water event from the Essex River at Route 133 in Essex, out behind the barrier beaches of Ipswich and back. Participants row or paddle small boats through one of the most scenic tidal areas in New England. Occasionally the water can be very rough, with strong winds and currents. As with all on-water activities in such conditions, safety should be the first concern of all participants and organizers. The orderly, safe and sportsmanlike conduct of this event is your personal responsibility, and is essential to guaranteeing the future of the Essex River Race. TBA 2013.