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SKYDIVING Boston
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

By means of a tremendous volume of time and hard work, we have basically stolen the most usual and informative questions that our clients ask. If that wasn't good enough, we have answers for them too! In the event that you have a new query, a more particular one, or want to shed light on anything over the phone, call 215-258-2255. We've heard them all, so feel free to get a skydiver on the phone.


WHY JUMP OUT OF A PERFECTLY GOOD AIRPLANE?

  • All your agitations are put into perspective during an essentially unbelievable perspective of the world. It all is peaceful; this is how Earth is meant to be witnessed, and you feel the wind holding you in the air as your mind dashes to bring everything in.
  • Skydiving delights your intellect to the peace of mind and liberty of the experience; it guides you far from the stress, difficulties and irritations of everyday life.
  • Nothing is really so impassable as it was the moment before, and your mind gives way to the reality you will need to exist.
  • Many of the most intriguing people on earth are individuals that skydive. You have the ability to meet them and possibly emerge as one of them.

WHAT IS THE AGE LIMIT?

You need to be 18 years of age to skydive in most states, and it's actually even 19 in Alabama. Parents or guardians can't sway the official age limit, no matter if they accept. The oldest person we discovered to go skydiving was 103 when they dove from a perfectly dependable aircraft; although each person must be physically capable, there is no upper age limit.


HOW LONG WILL MY FIRST JUMP TAKE?

A tandem skydiving experience close-by Boston may take roughly 3 hours, but you ought to count on investing about half a day at your Boston area skydiving location. For the very first level of the Boston Skydiving school network qualification program, plan to devote the entire day at the skydiving center. The first jump of the AFF class requires an about 6 hour ground course to render safety and technique instruction. There's virtually no instruction for a tandem student, since the tandem master should undertake all the work. This accounts for the time difference amongst the two jumps.

CAN I GET PICTURES OF MY SKYDIVE?

Depending on your Boston Skydiving area network location of preference, still pictures may be provided at no added fee. Nearly any location has the equipment and personnel to provide a DVD, and many offer still pictures in addition.


CAN I TAKE MY OWN CAMERA WITH ME?

You absolutely can! There are many different approaches to chronicle your journeys at Boston Skydiving network centers. Procuring pics in freefall should really be left up to the discretion of the specialists, yet you should take photos in the airplane and have buddies take pics of your landing. A number of the most fun pictures are of people putting on their jumpsuit. By having a little creativeness, taking a camera can preserve some great memories.

WHAT DOES SKYDIVING FEEL LIKE?

People always try to associate unique happenings to those they have gone through in the past, and in most cases this makes some sense. Does it feel like an elevator? Possibly a rollercoaster? Skydiving is far too dissimilar for anyone to compare it. Your gut shouldn't wrench, and the expected sensation of rapidly descending isn't there. If anything, freefall is about as close to 'pure adrenaline' as we can get. With a stunning turn of events, the parachute flight is regularly smooth sailing with a touch of grandeur as you take in the view.


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE PARACHUTE OPENS?

Every tandem instructor has carried out releasing the parachute far more times than they can recollect. Once he or she confirms the way is clear, signalling to the others near him is completed prior to launching the parachute for basic safety reasons. A minor chute is launched and promptly collects drag that takes out the main canopy right after.When it totally expands, you'll get a few seconds of upward draft before everything equalizes. Just enjoy the views for the following few moments, because that's all you should think about. The instructor will already have knowledge of the wind direction and velocity, that will determine how quick and in which pattern you need to descend prior to dropping to the landing zone.

What happens if I fail to remember to launch my parachute?

Here's what happens if this occurs. Staying calm is the most important reaction. If the main parachute fails to open or you forget to yank the ripcord, your chute is equipped with a reserve. Your safety is our top priority. Each rig is examined, maintained and packed by a FAA certified chute rigger. Your Automatic Activation Device is equipped at all times as a reserve system. Once you hit a precise low altitude your AAD sensing unit will respond instantly and launch the backup parachute for you. Once activated, you can resume landing.


Is this a long process?

Your skydive will include many activities that vary by time. Variables affecting your total time range from the extent of time it takes in order to fly to a safe altitude and level out to the moment you or your instructor eject the parachute. In the majority of instances, your skydiving time may be sectioned into two parts: the jump and the glide. Your flight to altitude will generally last 10-15 minutes with a full 60 seconds of freefall following (this is the most electrifying portion of your dive). Once you make it to a safe altitude, you will release your parachute and steadily glide to the landing site below. This process is around 5-8 minutes total.

While landing, is it harsh?

Our team can virtually guarantee your well-being by employing established landing methods with every dive. Ask any seasoned skydiver, and they will tell you accounts of the rough landings from when they started. However, state-of-the-art gear and revised procedures have transformed landing and made it simple, close to stepping down from a stool.


Can skydiving be unnerving?

Maybe. Rely on us, we've all been there. Despite the anxious feelings you have before the flight, once you are done with your very first skydive, you won't regret taking the dive. The pleasure you will feel high amongst the clouds will be sufficient to void any anxiousness you may have believed.

How can I get ready to go skydiving?

Making sure I'm ready to go, what should I do? You may decide to bring a recording device or cellular phone along with you to the site to get a few pictures before your skydive, sun block, sunglasses and/or a hat. These items may be entrusted to anybody you bring with you on the ground during your skydive or stowed away. Pants are usually recommended due to the sit down and slide landing. However, you can put on long shorts as well and a t-shirt. Satisfaction should be your main concern when selecting an outfit, but those with footwear that slide on will not be allowed to skydive, so kindly bring athletic shoes. Skydiving calls for some standard equipment and accessories that will be provided to you before your jump. Lastly, bring your buddies! Bring your family! Bring your next-door neighbors! Bring everyone to witness you on your skydive thousands of feet in the air!

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