Alcohol and smoking?

Alcohol and drugs are not to be consumed in skydiving operational areas. Eight hours must pass between your last drink and your first jump of the day. Smoking is strictly prohibited within 15m of [...]

What about the weather?

We are a weather oriented sport and will only jump when it is safe to do so. We are regularly delayed by inclement weather such as strong winds or cloud. We ask you to give us a call only on the [...]

Will it affect my sinuses?

Most people find that their sinuses are blocked after the freefall, it is simple to equalise them by chewing, yawning or swallowing. Jumping with a cold or blocked sinus is not recommended.

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing and runners, no big boots or high heels! We will supply some jump pants to wear. If it’s cool wear a jumper.

How fit do I have to be?

People of many different shapes and sizes can go skydiving. Tandem skydiving is not highly physically demanding, your instructor does a lot of the work. if you do have any concerns, please [...]

Is there an age limit?

The minimum age is 16 years and there is no maximum age. People over the age of 90 have been Tandem Skydiving! Anyone under 18 years old must have their legal guardian sign the indemnity form [...]

How long does it take?

From take off to landing takes about 30 minutes. Please allow 2-3 hours from arrival to complete your jump. We often experience weather delays and you may have to reschedule your jump for another [...]

What does free fall feel like?

Amazing! Surprisingly, you don’t actually feel like your falling so you won’t ‘lose your stomach’. It is more like floating on a jet of air. It is the closest thing to flying like a bird that is [...]

What if the parachute doesn’t open?

There is a second ‘Reserve Chute’, which is used in the unlikely event of the main chute not operating properly. The ‘Reserve Chute’ is checked and repacked every 6 months by a specially [...]

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