It is an exhilarating experience for thrill seekers. Think of it a a captive parachute that is tethered from a power boat. It is a great opportunity to observe the sea life from a few hundred feet as you move along the shoreline.
What is parasailing?
How do we take off and land?
Take off and landing is done from the rear deck of our power boat. Parasailers slowly lift off of the back of the boat with ease after being securely being harnessed in a seated position. The landing is similar to the take off and they are all executed effortless.
Can I fly with someone?
Yes. You can sit side by side double or triple. Restrictions apply depending on the parasailers’ weight, the weather, wind and sea, as these are all factors that are considered for safe flying.
Is there a price difference if two or three people fly together?
The prices are all per person. Whether you fly with someone, or alone, the prices remain the same per person.
Are there any weight restrictions?
Minimum weight to fly alone is roughly 110lbs; Not exceeding roughly 425 lbs in tandem or triple. If you have any questions or concerns about the weight of your group, we can work something out for you. The captain may change these safety restrictions due to weather conditions.
Is there an age requirement?
NO. All participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their liability waiver prior to boarding the vessel. Participants under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to parasail. The minimum weight required to parasail is roughly 110 pounds. If the flyer is less than 110 pounds, they will simply fly tandem with another parasailer, with their combined weight not to exceed roughly 425 pounds.
Do I need experience or be physically fit to go parasailing?
No skills or experience is necessary. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the experience.
Do I have to get wet?
No. The choice is yours to take a short dip in the water. Should you choose to get wet (highly recommended!) the captain will bring you in for a graceful dip (usually about knee deep).
Do we have to be able to swim?
No. All takeoffs and landings are done from the back of the boat, so if you don’t want to get wet you won’t have to! Notwithstanding, all participants are required to wear lifejackets while parasailing, as safety is our number one priority.
Do you accept walk-ups? / Do you accept reservations?
Yes, we do accept walk-ups; however, reservations are almost always necessary. Our boats fill up early, so book your trip early in your vacation.
How do I make a reservation?
Call us at (649)333-3000 or use our online reservations form. Be sure to let us know where you are staying so that we can pick you up on the beach.
What is your cancellation policy?
Reservations require a 24 hour notice of cancellation. Any seats not canceled 24 hours prior to trip will be charged 50% of the ticket.
What forms of payment are accepted?
CASH, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express cards are gladly accepted. Please provide identification with your payment at check-in.
What if weather is bad at the time of our reservation?
In the unlikely event of bad weather condition, our staff will make every effort to accommodate you during your vacation.
Can people go on the boat and watch?
Yes. The cost for non-flying observers is $20. We do accept reservations for observers (non-flyers). Parasailing is a family activity and we want everyone to enjoy it. Besides 95% of all our observers become flyers once they see it in action. We will only allow 2 observers per flyer.
What should I bring?
You should plan on getting at least a little wet, even if you don’t want a dip—sometimes passing boats cause some light sprays of water. So wear a bathing suit, and bring a towel. You should plan on being away from the shore for about an hour, so sun block is a good idea.
Should I tip the crew?
Absolutely, if you have enjoyed your trip, the crew was professional and attends to your needs.