Saturday, November 8, 2014
A portion of the 6.2-mile course runs through Key West Harbor, a stretch of typically smooth water where racers can achieve speeds above 140 mph and provide fans watch in awe as the boats literally fly by.
On race days spectators can get up close and personal views from grandstand areas on Key West's Truman Waterfront, which can be accessed at the end of Southard Street. There one can see the pit areas and the boats being serviced as well.
On off days, race fans can view the super trick race boats, watch the test runs and meet drivers and crews members at the race village, located on the Truman Waterfront.