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No matter how meticulously you plan and schedule a powerboat photoshoot, two variables – weather and absences – can stop you. And the fun part? You can’t control any of them.

Thanks to a perfect photoshoot in Key West, Florida, this outrageous Statement Marine 350 Open center console and more will be featured in the upcoming 2021 Speed ​​On The Water Year in Review. Photo by Pete Boden copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

Host such a shoot in the first full week of November in Key West, Florida, the busiest boating week of the year in the famous town at the end of the road, and your chances of failure increase. . We know this from experience, because over the past seven years we’ve organized them to set the final images for our issue of the year in review.

But this time around, luck shined, even if the sun sometimes didn’t, during our Friday afternoon and Saturday morning photoshoots, Chief Photographer Pete Boden and the Contributing photographer Jeff Helmkamp delivered some of our best photoshoot images in Key West. Dated.

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Among Boden’s subjects were three Statement Marine models from St. Petersburg, Fla., Two center consoles and a catamaran, and all beautifully photographed in the late afternoon light. But we could only choose one, and the 35-footer owned by Louisianan David Lavie was the better choice.

With that, you have until the end of the week to order the 2021 Speed ​​on the water Year in review issue at cover price of $ 35 with shipping included. So now is the time.

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