A parasail is a parachute that goes up! It is designed to
be towed behind a boat or jeep. The passenger is attached to the parasail's
comfortable harness, once the preflight checks are done the takeoff assistants
signal the driver of the tow vehicle, the passenger takes a few steps -- and
soars into the air! Depending on the length of the tow rope, your parasail can
carry you hundreds of feet into the sky.
We use two methods for parasailing - Stationery pull-in
winch and traditional towing. This gives us flexibility to operate almost in any
area with open sky.
If you've been to a beach resort destinations abroad or in
Goa, you've probably seen parasail’s lifting riders skyward.
The ride is breathtaking and thoroughly enjoyable. The
parasail is stable so the passenger enjoys the ride without having to steer.
Landings are easy: the tow vehicle slows down and the rider is gently lowered to
earth. Responsibility for the safety of the passenger depends to a large extent
on the team helping out in this sport. Our team has been giving rides for over 5
years and has experience of winching paragliders so you are in absolute safe
What setup is used for parasailing?
We use a stationery winch for towing up the parasail. The
take-off and flight areas are clear of obstructions, trees and rocks. We have a
skilled winch operator who is also a paraglider pilot, a trained person to give
launch and a trained person at landing. The ground crew is available as
What Preflight checks are done?
A preflight inspection of all the gear is required and
insures its flight readiness. If the winds conditions are not safe we wait for
conditions to improve. We have responsible persons at takeoff who makes sure the
passenger has all the straps and is briefed about hand positions. We also make
sure he understands how to balance himself during takeoff and after landing. On
Hard surfaces the flyer wears a helmet, knee and elbow guards for protection.