Offshore Grand Prix Returns to
Point Pleasant Beach

NJOPRA has announced the dates for the 2022 Point Pleasant Beach Offshore Grand Prix, June 10, 11, 12. Point Pleasant Beach has been the host community for this race for years, and NJOPRA is honored to be back again in 2022. The race committee is happy to announce that Jersey Mike’s Subs is back again as the title sponsor.

Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA), based in Brick, will again be the national sanctioning organization for this year’s race.

Mayor Kanitra: The Offshore Grand Prix is one of the most storied traditions in Point Pleasant Beach. It is synonymous with the good, clean, family fun that our town is known for. It’s a vital weekend for our business community as well. My grandfather owned the Harbor Lights Motor Lodge on Broadway, and I grew up hearing stories of how much he looked forward to Rocky Aoki staying there and the economic impact all the teams brought with them. As Mayor, I am proud to keep this legacy and vital event alive today. NJOPRA runs everything with a strong focus on details and each year we have watched it grow larger. On behalf of all of Point Pleasant Beach, I’d like to welcome everyone to this year’s race and our beautiful seaside community!

Mayor Kanitra, the many town departments, as well as many of the local businesses work hand and hand with NJOPRA to ensure that this is a fun filled family weekend.

The NJOPRA race committee is working on this year’s schedule of events and will make it public as soon as it is available. Sunday, June 12, 2022, is “Race Day”. Spectators can watch the race from the Beach in Point Pleasant Beach as well as from the Boardwalk.

NJOPRA is an all-volunteer, not for profit group, NJOPRA has been the organizers of the race in Point Pleasant Beach since powerboat racing started here in 1969. We are always looking for sponsors, land, and water volunteers. If you would like to be a part of this exciting event, please register on our website