Parasailing is an exciting recreational activity that involves taking passengers into the air by the inflation of a specially designed parachute, called a parasail wing. Passengers are secured safely into a harness attached to the parasail, which is connected to the boat by a tow rope. The boat then resumes motion, carrying the parasail chute and up to three flyers safely into the air. Our hydraulic winch system smoothly lets out 1200′ of rope so that the parasail wing can rise up to 450 feet above the beautiful waters of Siesta Key and Sarasota.
As we cruise out to our FlyZone in the Gulf of Mexico, expect to see dolphins, manatees, a tropical bird sanctuary, and other local wildlife. While parasailing, you can enjoy breathtaking views of Siesta Key Beach, Downtown Sarasota, Lido Key, and more. You may even catch dolphins playing in the surf!
The minimum age to parasail is 5 years old. There is a minimum combined weight of approximately 150 lbs. The maximum combined weight is approximately 450 lbs. The weight restrictions may change throughout the day, based on wind and weather conditions.