Tee Shirt......$20 (all prices plus tax) (same price flying solo, tandem or triple)
What should we wear?
Whatever you are comfortable wearing on a boat is fine for parasailing. Swimwuit - if you want to get wet and get sun. Passengers are secured in a three-point harness with thigh-loops and a thick nylon belt strap over your clothes and a PFD/life jacket on top.
Is Parasailing Scary?
After the adrenaline rush that accompanies lifting off from the boat deck, parasailing is serene and peaceful as you float quietly under the canopy of our beautiful parachute. For those with a fear of heights, the crew will adjust the altitude to your pleasure.
Parasailing and all boating entails some risk and passengers assume that risk when they board the vessel. Caribbean Breeze has no serious accidents in our history. With other operators, parasail accidents happen when flying too close to buildings and during inclement weather. We only fly in the open water away from buildings and only in suitable weather. The crew is trained to handle issues such as unlikely line separation. It is designed to handle 6,000 pounds and normal operation is about 800 pounds of pressure. If the boat unexpectedly stalls, passengers land gently in water and float until the crew retrieves them. Then, we restart or get help.