KJet's locals' day will operate from Queenstown's Main Town
Pier. Photo supplied.
Queenstown residents are invited to take a ride with KJet
this Saturday for its locals' day, proceeds of which will
benefit the Bruce Grant Youth Trust and the Lakeland Christian
KJet director Shaun Kelly said the day was always hugely
popular because of the discounted price and the fact money
went to two local charities.
Locals' day rides are $20 for adults and $10 for 5 to
''We're one of Queenstown's first adventure activities and
the first commercial jet-boat company, which the Christian
Youth Trust helped set up,'' Mr Kelly said.
''We strongly value our community roots and this is one day
where, thanks to great local support, we can give back to our
The KJet Locals Card will also be launched on Saturday. The
card is $50 for adults and $30 for children and is valid for
''What that means is that anyone who takes a ride with us on
locals' day can pay just an extra $30 or $20 for the card and
go jet-boating all year round,'' Mr Kelly said.
Locals will need to bring a bill or payslip with proof of
residence and the day's rides are payable by cash only.