The APB World Tour is the men's international bodyboarding tour, which started at 1994 and has undergone a few changes in names and regulations since.
Every year the bodyboarder who top-scores in the ranking, by winning points competing in the World Tour events around the world, is given the world title. This title is recognized by all bodyboarders and undisputed by any other organization in the world.
The current World Tour champion is Amaury Laverhne from Reunion Island. The most successful competitor on this tour is Hawaiian Mike Stewart with 13 world titles.
The main goal of the World Tour is to promote bodyboarding around the world by running international quality events that encourage technical riding. The majority of the venues on tour are in the most technical waves in the world. Some of these are the most challenging waves in the world; breaks like the Box in Western Australia, Zicatela en Mexico, Pipeline in Hawaii, Arica in Chile, Middles in Puerto Rico, Archers in Reunion Island, Itacoatiara in Brazil and finishing the tour is the Fronton event in the Canary Islands.