Fly in the air as if you are spreading your wings. You are all alone, and the whole sky is yours.
Such a thrill makes parasailing the most sought after event in aero sports. Having fun with the water how to have more fun
Being aloft in the air on a canopy-like parachute, you drive through the various layers of the atmosphere and rise higher and higher.
In any other aero sports like ballooning and gliding, you cannot enjoy this speed and rising high in the sky wandering over the scenic landscape. Truly Parasailing gives you a feel of being on the top of the world.
Beach, platform, and winch boat are the three basic methods of parasailing among which the third one is known to be played in most places.
The Winch Boat parasailing has this particular boat as its base position.
The sailor of the para-sail begins the flight from this point and ends at the same terminal. The moving up and coming down is conducted from this base position.
There is a towboat that creates the accelerated speed to push the parasail up in the air. The para sailor sitting on a floating chair is protected from all sides.
The acceleration raising the para-sail high in the air brings out a difference in the altitude level which is regulated by the speed of the winch boat.
With the acceleration from the tow boat, the canopy also begins to inflate. Inflation of the canopy is much depended on the velocity of the ongoing wind.
And without a properly inflated position, the para sailor can’t reach higher sitting on the para-sail. Finally, the para sailor comes back to the boat where the direction is provided by the boat operator to maintain a safe landing.
The speed of the boat has to be minimized and rightly positioned according to the movement of the para-sail.
Wherever there are beaches you can go for beach parasailing. The para-sail is attached to the towboat with the help of a rope. The rope is let loosed when the para-sail is about to take-off.
The harness is strapped around the rider or the para sailor and fixed with the canopy. There is no chance for the rider to fall from it.
As the water everywhere surrounding the beach the para sailor has to be properly trained to avoid accidents. He/she is given the parasailing rules before the para-sail moves upward.
There is a boat below in the sea to guide and provide basic instructions. But all depends on the skill of flying high by the para sailor.
Therefore, a risk factor remains if the rider by any means looses control over it.
A safe landing is again guided by the boat operator, but one who is handling the para-sail canopy is fully responsible for performing it safely.