Seiko and DePaula's Partner up for the Florida 300 Sail Series
What is the Florida 300?
The Florida 300 is a five-day endurance race for beach-capable catamarans to be competed along the coast of Florida, USA. The race starts at the Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost, in Islamorada (in the Florida Keys and proceeds in five legs north to the finish at the Ocean Deck Restaurant in Daytona Beach, FL. Overnight stops will be made in Key Biscayne, Palm Beach Shores, Vero Beach, Cocoa Beach, and Daytona Beach. Times will be recorded for each leg and used for cumulative elapsed time and handicap scoring.
May 2, Day 1 start from Islamorada
finish: Key Biscayne, 25 41.746, -80 9.384
May 3, Day 2 start from Key Biscayne
finish: Palm Beach Shores, 26 46.715, -80 1.875
May 4, Day 3 start from Palm Beach Shores
finish: Vero Beach, 27 38.014, -80 21.018
May 5, Day 4 start from Vero Beach
finish: Cocoa Beach, 28 20.034, -80 36.389
May 6, Day 5 start from Cocoa Beach
finish: Daytona Beach. 29 13.482, -81 0.325
Grand Prize Sponsors
DePaula's and Seiko have partnered up for the prizes in the Florida 300 Sailing Race. The prizes will be given to First, Second, and Third place winners. The prizes will be Seiko Watches. Second and Third place watches are Seiko Core watches and First prize is a Seiko Prospex watch.
The Florida 300 2017 starts May 2nd and Ends May 6th.