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What to expect at Flyboarding

Flyboarding is an extreme watersport that involves a person standing on a board attached to a jet ski with a long hose that pumps water up to the board. The rider then uses the thrust of the water to propel themselves into the air and perform tricks like flips and spins. The rider can also control their height and direction by shifting their body weight, allowing them to soar high into the sky and dive beneath the waves. Depending on the experience level of the rider, flyboarding can be a thrilling, adrenaline-filled adventure or a more relaxed, peaceful ride.

Important Information

  1. Always wear a life jacket and helmet when fly boarding.
  2. Make sure you are able to swim before participating in fly boarding.
  3. Have a spotter available to keep an eye on you while fly boarding.
  4. Follow the instructions of your instructor and always practice safety.
  5. Be aware of your surroundings and be aware of any potential hazards in the water.
  6. Do not fly board in areas with strong currents or high winds.
  7. Avoid areas with heavy boat traffic or other watercraft.
  8. Listen to the instructions of your instructor and follow all safety guidelines.
  9. Drink plenty of water before and after fly boarding to stay hydrated.
  10. Stretch your body before fly boarding to avoid any muscle injuries.

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