Frequently Asked Questions
What is Parasailing
The cost for the parasailing excursion is $65 per person.
DO YOU TAKE PICTURES?
Yes, we offer a picture package which includes pictures of your flight on an sd memory card. The cost is $30.
HOW LONG IS THE TOUR?
The tour lasts about 1 hour and 30 minutes which includes leaving the harbor, the scenic ride to your parasailing point, the parasailing and the trip back to the pier.
WHAT WILL I BE DOING WHEN I’M NOT
Your excursion includes leaving the harbor, the scenic ride to your parasailing point, the parasailing and the trip back to the pier. There will be others on the boat parasailing so they’ll watch you parasail and vice versa.
WILL I TOUCH THE WATER?
Being dipped in the water is optional; you don’t have to get in the water to parasail.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
All of your parasailing equipment is provided for you. However, you MAY want to bring a towel to sit on, sunscreen, bottled water, and a face mask.
ARE BOAT EXCURSION ONLY PASSENGERS WELCOME?
Yes; boat excursion only passengers are invited; the cost is $65
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE/WEIGHT?
There is a minimum weight requirement of 45 pounds.
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT?
The maximum individual weight that may parasail is 285 pounds with the maximum combined parasail weight being 500 pounds for 2 or 3 parasailing at once.
WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS OF OPERATION?
We are open 7 days a week from 10-5 as Mother Nature permits.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I MAKE A RESERVATION AND IT RAINS?
Rain/weather delays happen, if the delay is
not an all day event, we will reschedule you for the same day in the order of your reservation time. If it is an all day event, we can reschedule you for another day or issue a refund.
HOW DO I MAKE A RESERVATION?
Reservations are available online at
Parasailing is a recreational activity where a person is towed behind a boat
while attached to a specially designed parachute, known as a parasail. As the boat drives off, it carries the parascender into the air. Up to three
people can parasail behind it at the same time. The parascender has little or no control over the parachute. There are six parts of a parasail. The harness attaches the pilot to the parasail, which is connected to the boat, or land vehicle, by the tow rope. The activity is primarily a fun ride, not to be confused with the sport of paragliding. There are commercial parasailing operations all over the world.