DONATE TO WIN BRAND NEW REEF RUNNER 230 OPEN CENTER CONSOLE!

The Battle Breast Cancer Boat is Reef Runner’s annual fundraiser for the Miami/Fort Lauderdale chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation – an organization dedicated to breast cancer research, education, and access to diagnostic services, screening and treatment. The area non-profit also works to financially assist women and men diagnosed with breast cancer who otherwise could not afford treatment.

DONATE TO WIN BRAND NEW REEF RUNNER 230 OPEN CENTER CONSOLE!2020-02-07T17:21:04+00:00

Maria Doyle

In October 2006, I went in for my annual mammogram. I didn’t feel anything abnormal, but soon after the exam, I received a call from my doctor to come in urgently. Read More...

Maria Doyle2018-11-15T18:27:24+00:00

Melissa Rojas

My journey started in October of 2013 when I felt a lump in my right breast while exercising. Being a nurse, I knew I should have it checked out. My doctor and I didn’t think much... Read More...

Melissa Rojas2019-07-19T14:27:44+00:00

Ruby McCloud

On March 2012 I was diagnosed with Stage IV Breast Cancer with metastasis to the bone. Unlike most women, my journey began on August 18, 2007, when a cell phone I placed in my bosom overheated and burned my right breast. Read More...

Ruby McCloud2018-11-15T18:28:08+00:00

Tracey Ashton

I will have to say, when I heard those words, you have Breast Cancer and it's the last thing I remember hearing all the rest of the words that came out of my Doctors mouth sounded like I was listening to the teacher from the cartoon the Peanuts. Read More...

Tracey Ashton2018-11-15T18:28:28+00:00

Dana Koman

For most of my life, I didn’t know much about breast cancer and erroneously thought it was a disease only older woman got. Read More...

Dana Koman2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Dionne Polite

I had my first breast biopsy at the age of 23, just two months before marrying the boy next door and the love of my life. Shortly after, I was told that I had fibrocystic breasts... Read More...

Dionne Polite2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Ginette Jackson

My name is Ginette Jackson, and 12 years ago I was diagnosed with Stage II Breast Cancer. After a routine mammogram, a lump was found on my right breast... Read More...

Ginette Jackson2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Maria Reig

My name is Maria. At the age 38, with a 1.5-year-old daughter, someone on the other end of the phone line told me that I had breast cancer. Until then, I considered myself very lucky because... Read More...

Maria Reig2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00
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