Meet professional wakeboarders and brothers Phil and Bob Soven from the MTV Reality Show, WakeBrothers. Phil, who went pro at the age of eleven, is well known in the wakeboard circuit and is recognized as one of the best wakeboarders in the world. Bob, his younger brother, earned five National wakeboarding titles and six World titles by the age of 15.
With the support of their family the brothers who grew up in Longwood Florida, and have become two of the sport's top pros.
Phil Soven His hard work and dedication have earned Phil a repuation as a force to be reckoned with. Known for his consistency and his signature tricks, Phil is the ultimate competitor in any wakeboard contest and has won virtually every wakeboarding contest.
Bob Soven During his first year on the Junior Men's tour, Bob took a hard fall skateboarding and suffered major head trauma, causing him to sit our for the entire year 2007. He came back with a vengenance in the years following and has been dominating the Wake scene ever since. Bob is known for his red hair, style and personality.
The brothers will be available for photos and autographs;
Friday 1pm–3pm & 6pm–8pm
Saturday 11am–1pm & 4pm–6pm.
Watch, learn and do! If you’re a do-it-yourselfer or boat owner interested in learning new techniques for taking care of your boat or motor, head to Fred’s Shed for practical, professional advice. Free daily sessions cover a variety of topics.
Together, “The Boating Guy,” and certified marine service technician “Fred, The Outboard Doctor,” bring more than 50 years of boating and “wrench-slinging” experience to the Shed.
Your one-stop resource for boating information and advice. Get started in boating and learn how to make the most of your time on the water.
Discover Boating for less than $250 a month! Think owning a boat is out of your reach? Think again! When it comes to enjoyable ways to spend your lesiure time, boting is far more affordable that you may realize. Be sure to check out this showcase of boats you can finance for less than $250 per month.
When you compare the costs of boating to a single day at an amusement park or trip to any major lague game, you'll find that dollar for dollar, boating is really quite affordable. See for yourself how boating can stretch your vacation and leisure time budget:
World-renowned TNA wrestler, "Showtime" Eric Young has established a name for himself in the ring for years. In addition to his on-air identity as a professional wrestler, he also has a strong passion for fishing!
This summer, Young’s quirky and creative personality was not only seen in the ring but also on the open seas as he hosted the new television series on Animal Planet, Off the Hook: Extreme Catches. As he uses nontraditional methods and materials to catch fish, Young reveals a part of his life not captured through his wrestling career.
Catch Eric Young at the Lets Go Fishing Center:
Saturday 1pm and 4pm
Reel fun for everyone, from aspiring anglers to full-blown fishing fanatics! Check out what's new, improve your knowledge and hone your skills.
Hourly seminars hosted by Ken Sturdivant and the area's top captains and guides, with sessions covering both saltwater and freshwater fishing
Kids will love the catch-and-release trout pond, filled with hungry trout. It's a great way to introduce kids to the fun of fishing—Be sure to bring your camera so you can capture the moment your little angler lands a big one!
Windsong Sailing Academy will present a variety of exciting, educational Sailing Seminars. Perfect for new and seasoned sailors…learn how to get started in sailing, or sharpen and expand your skills.
She was constructed in the early 1970's as a patrol amd rescue craft for use in the artic circle environment.
She then fell into disuse as the Soviet Union collasped. With little or no money to maintain oor re-supply her, she was stored away and forgotten. After many years of neglect she no longer had the ability to start or even float. Jerry Schulte, who has business contacts in Russia, found out about the craft and was told he could purchase her for the "correct" amount. The seller, a Russian General who needed the hard currency was in charge of setting the price. After tense negotiations a fee was agreed to and the craft was shipped to Jerry where many man hours and dollars were needed to repair and restore the craft to its pristine state.
For more informatin visit us at www.russianboat.com
Visit us at the show in Space I-16.