Ever seen a Jetlev before? Come to the Sea Bangor Maritime Festival and watch the spectacular Jetlev in action!
The Jetlev Flyer is a water jetpack which the pilot straps into and takes off like a superhero. Water is delivered to the jetpack through a sophisticated device giving enough pressure to lift them out of the water up to heights of 10 metres high and speeds of 40mph.
The Jetlev-Flyer is an exhilarating combination of personal flight and an extreme water sport. These unique £80,000 carbon fibre 260hp machines combine their powerful supercharged engines and unique designs with water nozzle repulsion force to achieve stable, controlled flights. Jetlev demonstrations will be taking place each hour at the Bangor Festival 27 and 28 June.
We are giving one lucky person the chance to have a free ride on a Jetlev at the Sea Bangor Festival (worth £150). If you would like to be in with a chance to win this thrilling prize, please email email@example.com and tell us in less than 30 words why you deserve to win! You must be over 18 to enter.
This year’s Sea Bangor, which is being run by Ards and North Down Borough Council and kindly sponsored by Tourism NI, is absolutely packed with something to do for everyone. Situated in a tented village in Quay Street car park, highlights of the festival will include the “Big Bangor Bake Off” competition hosted by SERC which will include baking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, a cake contest and pancake challenges. Over in the kid’s tent “Tiddlers,” Cahoots NI will be performing a special theatrical magic show and The Dockside Emporium which is being hosted by Bangor’s Craft Emporium promises to be a world of entertainment and wonder with demonstrations and crafts from lots of local artists. With maritime themed street theatre, a tall ship, a naval vessel, a gourmet food tent, a fantastic live music programme, an aerial display from the Twister Aerobatic Team, and so much more, Sea Bangor is definitely not to be missed! The festival runs from 10am to 6pm on the Saturday and Noon to 6pm on the Sunday.
For further information check www.visitardsandnorthdown.com