Video: JetSki Shop’s Trio Cruise: Southport To Hervey Bay

The JetSkiShop’s Breakfast Club has been doing group rides and get-togethers for quite some time. If you’re not familiar with JetSki Shop, they are a dealer located in South East Queensland, Austraila. When they are not busy selling and maintaining Personal Watercraft, you can find them having fun with their “Breakfast Club.”

The club consists of a group of people who have a passion for riding. According to their website, they have morning departures, go out for an adventure on the water, and stop for breakfast on the way to their final destination. In the recent video on Vimeo, we see three friends from The Breakfast Club going out for a fun-filled day of adventure on their way from Southport to Hervey Bay on the Gold Coast.

The trio of guys traversed 406 Kilometers on their more-than 11 hour trip. Starting out, you can see that the guys were enjoying the wildlife, with lots of whale and dolphin spottings around South Stradbroke Island. The dolphins appear to be having just as much fun, keeping up with the Jet Skiers for about five minutes. Going through Moreton Island, they grab some breakfast on the go and maintain their club name.

You can tell they definitely like their Honda Skis but also aren’t opposed to other brands with there being a Yamaha in the mix on this ride. As they make their way north, and get closer to shore, the water turns clear blue. They make their way past Bribie Island and stop for lunch at 11am. Thumbs up and unanimous smiles show that these guys are definitely having a good day.

They continue north and by almost 3:30 pm, they are at Fraser Passage. By 5, they are finally at Hervey Bay Marina. Their final map definitely indicates they made the most of the trip, with lots of stops and photo shots. Sometimes these type of rides are the best. There’s nothing better than getting out on the water to ride with friends. Southport to Hervey Bay ride from Tom McNaught on Vimeo.

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Brice Leckrone

Brice Leckrone

Brice is a Mechanical Engineer for 33% of the day and a PWC enthusiast for 100% of the day. When he is not at work or at the farmhouse with his wife and countless animals, he likes to be on the water. Having evolved from motorcycles and race cars that go way too fast for a married man, he now likes to ride watercraft that go way too fast for a married man.

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