Though Wozencraft left his 30-foot Skater Powerboats catamaran in Michigan while he returned to Southern California to conduct business, the trek to New York still was significant. But it proved to be more than worth the effort.
“This was definitely the best of all three events,” Wozencraft said. “It was obvious that a lot of time and effort and planning went into this event months in advance.
For more scenes from the 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run check out the slideshow above.
“The lunch stop may have been the best part of the day because it was at Alexandria Bay, which is a very cool little town,” he continued. “Lunch was served on this hilltop in an enclosed outdoor area with incredible views of the 1,000 Islands area and Boldt Castle. The barbecue was crazy good. The way they handled the starts in each group was well thought out and worked well. This event is just so well organized.”
Next up for Wozencraft is the Lake Erie Offshore Performance Association Thunderfest August 3-4 in Ohio.
Simply spectacular—that’s the book on 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run scenery (click image to enlarge).
Editor’s note: Devin Wozencraft is the owner and founder the Southern California-based Wozencraft Insurance Agency, which specializes in high-performance powerboat coverage.
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