Parasailing is a wonderful way to see the Island and a great way to highlight your vacation experience.
Want a dry ride?
Load directly from the dock in Ft. Walton Beach at Brooks Bridge Marina (by appointment only)
Prefer the Beach?
You can choose to load from one of our beach locations on Fort Walton Beach but, bring your swimsuit...you might get wet. We also offer banana boat/parasail combo rides and dolphin cruises.
Two, or Three?
We normally only fly doubles or triples but depending on wind and weather conditions a parasail flight can safely carry up to 450 pounds. Participants must be less than 250 pounds each and able to sit/stand/walk on a moving boat. We use a triple flight bar so the passengers will be sitting side by side which makes for a great picture.
Who Can GO?
We have a strict safety policies such as: one of the parasailers must be at least 12 years of age, no parasailing for expectant mothers and no toddlers onboard the boat. (6 and older) Riders are allowed on a space available basis for a small fee. Call for details.
What to Bring?
No phones/ cameras or electronics without a strap or a waterproof case due to the salt water environment. Wear normal beach clothing you don't mind getting wet. Sunglasses are usually ok but a strap is a good idea.
The boat ride can last from 30 minutes to over an hour depending on the number of customers. The boat ride on the beach can be a bit bouncy when the waves are higher so if you are prone to seasickness we recommend taking the early bird option because it's normally smoother in the morning and you save money!
All of our flights are all the way up unless you tell us otherwise. The FAA requires that we don't travel higher than 400 feet above the water but, we do have 800 feet of tow line so you'll be high enough to see the entire area.
We do offer pictures to remember your visit. Our crew will take up to 50 photos per flight using a powerful zoom lens. You will recieve a SD memory card to take home with you. Our crew will make sure to get some great closeup shots and the 'DIP'.