Florida State Championships

The conditions look ideal for tomorrow’s race.

Weather: Mostly sunny skies. High 84F. SW winds shifting to SE at 6 to 15 mph.
Surf: Knee high short period wind swell with occasional thigh sets. The swell will be coming from the SSE in the morning and shift to the ENE during the day.
Conditions: Fairly clean in the morning with SSW winds 10-15mph. Glassy conditions for the afternoon with the winds shifting E less than 5mph.

For more race info, go to the Facebook Event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1559635564278375/

Registration today only:

REGISTRATION, APRIL 3 FROM 5-7PM
Registration Friday will be at LongDoggers, Cocoa Beach.Cost is $50.
350 Cocoa Beach Cswy (SR 520)
http://www.longdoggers.com/
Save money by registering on line at:
https://2015-fspbc.eventbrite.com
If you registered online, stop by and pick up your race packet.
Note: there will NOT be registration on the day of the event.

About the Florida State Championships

The FSPBC is one of the longest running paddleboard races on the East Coast of the United States (since 2000).
It was the first race on the East Coast to offer a Stand Up Paddleboard division (in April 2007).

The FSPBC is held in conjunction with the Easter Surf Festival, a four day event that draws 15,000 to 20,000 spectators daily. It is held on Saturday, the busiest day.

The FSPBC is a 5 mile open ocean race, open to all paddlecraft including traditional paddleboards, surfski’s and outrigger canoes. The race begins and ends at the International Palms Resort. It will run parallel to the beach from IPR to the Cocoa Beach Pier and then back to IPR.

The course map is here: http://routebuilder.org/11nx

At the end of the competition, there is a free raffle offering high quality items which all paddlers have an opportunity to win.

Register online here: http://2015-fspbc.eventbrite.com/. There will not be any registration on the day of the event.

Information about the Easter Surf Fest can be found here: http://www.eastersurffest.com/

All proceeds from the event go directly to the Cocoa Beach Surf Museum.