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Grab a Jetski From Watercraft World for Wet'n Wild Weekend

Wednesday 28 February 2018, 7:03PM
By Beckie Wright
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The Wet’n Wild weekend is happening on the 24th and 25th March 2018 at the Pepe Reserve, Tairua, on the Coromandel Peninsula. This event is now firmly on the National Jetski Riders racing calendar, and the Wet 'n' Wild group, along with community’s help, will run the shore-side entertainment. There will be stalls, novelty markets, music, town shopping raffles, creating a fun atmosphere running over two days. Bring your jetski for the weekend. There'll be demo's, flyboards, a new water 'sea-saw' slide for the kids and a treasure hunt. The day kicks off around 11am ready for the high tide.

This is a fun family event open to the public hosted by the New Zealand Jet Sports Association. Jet Ski Races: circuit, slalom, public novice. Wakeboard: kickers and rail jumps. Freestyler: trick riding. Flyboard: jet flying. Free family entertainment with stalls, great food, music, raffles and entertainment.

The Auckland Jetski Riders Association will take control of the running and racing side of the event, and this event will become part of the racing calendar. The Wet ‘n’ Wild group, along with community help will run the shore side entertainment. There will be stalls, novelty markets, music etc, creating a fun atmosphere running over two days.

Wet ‘ Wild is open to the public – free admission, and all riders are eligible and join first time novices and seasoned riders.

Call in at Watercraft World to pick up your jetski, where, as independents, they offer more range and more choice. They stock a full selection of brands and models, including the latest from Yamaha, Sea-doo, Kawasaki, Honda and more.

At Watercraft World they know that owning a Jetski is about more than just buying a Jetski. From transport to storage, from maintenance to repairs, they can help you look after your Jetski and stock up on the gear you need. If you’re ready to get out on the water then they can make it happen, so to find out more about jetski parts, Yamaha jetskis and watercraft please go to www.watercraftworld.co.nz .