SOLO Parasail - Port Stephens Parasailing

SOLO Parasail - Port Stephens Parasailing from Port Stepehens Parasailing

By: Port Stepehens Parasailing  02-Mar-2011
Keywords: Travel, Boats, Gift Vouchers

 

Come and join us for the most awe-inspiring view of the marine wonderland below as we take high flyers soaring up to 100m above the water in this solo parasailing experience! The ballooning parachute is winched into the air from a speed boat and you'll see Port Stephens from a fascinating angle!

This experience caters for the timid to the adrenalin charged junkie. The excitement begins as you step onboard and receive a short briefing from your flight instructor.

When it's your turn to parasail, you will be secured in a safety harness, and using the latest hydraulic technology we'll release you on and off the vessel. From the platform of the speed boat you are gently winched into the sky, reaching a maximum height of approximately 150 metres. All that is required is to relax and enjoy the amazing view. The choice is yours as to whether you would like to stay dry or take a dip.

Observe the marine life as Port Stephens is resident to approximately 80 dolphins - so whether you're in the air or enjoying the boat ride, the dolphins seem just out of reaching distance. Their grace and playfulness is stunning and the sounds are mesmerising. At the completion of your 8-10 minute flight you will be winched back onto the boat platform. The safest way to parasail is by landing on the boat's platform. When not in flight, you will enjoy an exciting boat ride whilst others take their turn.

 

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