Is it safe?
Aquatic Aviation’s professionally certified instructors have many hours of instruction under their belts before they are allowed to instruct the general public. Instructors are in complete control of the flyer’s power to ensure your safety at all times. Instructors are also CPR and First Aid trained in case of emergency. Furthermore, the Flyboard floats and users are also required to wear a life vest for safety.
Does it require a lot of strength?
No, the most strenuous time Flyboarding is in the first 15 minutes of learning to fly. After you learn to fly the feeling becomes more natural and you can fly for a much more prolonged period of time.
How long does it take to learn?
Aquatic Aviation has never failed to learn to teach someone to fly in under 15 minutes. In fact, we have had many people acquire the basic skills in the first 5 minutes. It is of the utmost importance when learning to fly that you remain as relaxed as possible. We cannot iterate enough how much easier it makes Flyboarding to learn the less tense you are.
How high will I fly?
How high do you want to fly? At first you will be kept at a controlled height (approx 5-15 feet high- still feels awesome) by an AQAV instructor, but once you have mastered flying you can ask your instructor to take you higher.
Is there a user height or weight limit?
None whatsoever! The only potential limitation we have found is that the heavier you are, the longer it takes to reach greater heights and that’s just science- stupid gravity.
How much does the Flyboard weigh?
Approximately 100 lbs with all attachments. The board itself weighs about 45 lbs. However, with our powerful Jet Skis you won’t have to worry about the weight of the board when flying.
Can the Flyboard operate in salt water?
Yes, we do it every day!