Hydroflight & Flyboarding

What are Hydroflight and Flyboarding?

What is Flyboarding?

The flyboard participants stand on a board connected by a 60-foot X Armor hose to a jet ski. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles that the flyboard participant will be wearing. The instructor will be on the jet ski controlling the amount of lift each participant will be given to get out of the water. Some participants can get up to 45 feet in the air. All participants will be wearing a life jacket and our state-of-the-art, two-way communication system, BB Talkin. This allows participants to be in constant contact with the instructor, allowing for an easier first flight.

What is Hoverboarding?

The hoverboard is connected to the jet ski by a 60-foot X Armor hose that propels the water to the jet on the board. The hoverboard is designed like a snowboard and only has one jet on it. Each participant will slide their feet into the board and will balance on the board; the participant can pull the jet ski up to 30 miles per hour. The instructor will be on the jet ski controlling the amount of throttle and speed that the participant will have. All participants will be wearing a life jacket and our state-of-the-art, two-way communication system, BB Talkin. This allows participants to be in constant contact with the instructor for an easier first flight.

What is Jet Packing?

The jet pack allows participants to fly in a seated position and is less dependent on the rider’s balance to fly. The jet pack has two jets that are at shoulder level and the water flows through a 60-foot X Armor hose connected to a jet ski that gives the participant lift out of the water. All participants will be wearing a life jacket and our state-of-the-art, two-way communication system, BB Talkin. This allows participants to be in constant contact with the instructor, allowing for an easier first flight experience.

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We Use All the Newest Equipment on the Market

2 The Sky Flyboard uses all of the newest state-of-the-art equipment from Zapata Racing; the inventors of Hydroflight. We use the ProSeries flyboard which offers participants the same maneuverability as the professional flyboarders. The breakaway board allows participants the ability to turn and do spins in the air with ease.

We also use a water sports communication system called BB Talkin. This communication system allows participants the ability to talk with the instructor on the jet ski (up to half a mile away) as if they were right next to each other. This gives the participant the advantage to know which direction to go in when flying to allow for an easier flight.

Is Hydroflight Difficult to Learn?

No, not at all! The average participant will take about five minutes to get acclimated to the board and be able to get out of the water. Balance is the key to success and keeping a good balance and staying flat-footed help make the process easier to conquer. The participant in the boots controls with their feet the direction in which the jet ski goes; so stay close and listen to all verbal directions from your instructor. As you become more balanced, your instructor will give you more throttle which will lift you higher out of the water. So are you ready to see how high you can fly?!? Book your flight today!