The instructors at ZainoJet strap their clientele to the JetLev aqua jetpack, sending them soaring above the inter-coastal waters. With strict safety rules intact, pilots slowly learn to fly the packs over the course of 30-minute lessons. The pack draws its fuel from the body of water beneath, shooting gusts of water downward while sending people skyward to check out the horizon or to taunt Poseidon from just outside the reach of his powers.
The result of years of painstaking discovery by inventor Raymond Li, the JetLev jetpack gives people the power to escape the trappings of solid ground. More than 10 years of testing and hundreds of test flights have helped to ensure the device is safe for use, and available for private ownership.
The Floridian sun sparkles off rolling waves, reflecting dancing patterns of light onto the white-and-red hull of Aquaworld Miami’s excursion vessel, the Caribbean Spirit . The double-masted catamaran catches the gulf’s gusty winds in its twin sails to journey to a shallow sandbar for a day of watersports, offloading jet skis, banana boats, and a parasailing-equipped speed boat into the knee-deep water. On Atlantic Ocean excursions, the 78-foot vessel parks over a shallow water shipwreck for guests equipped with snorkels to explore. The rhythmic thump of the waves combines with Calypso music that constantly drifts from the boat’s speakers, offering the only method of sonar capable of identifying an undersea dance party.
Certified Kundalini yoga instructor “BB” Shabdpreet Kaur—who's fluent in both English and Spanish—helms Yoga Sprouting, a center that educates adults and children alike on the art of breathing, relaxation through body movement, and meditation. Accented by percussion from a symphonic gong, her sessions strive to bolster immune systems and heighten awareness without outlawing blinking. Children’s classes—expanded into camps during summer months—incorporate strands of song, storytelling and games, imparting engaging relaxation techniques from a curriculum recently adopted by Miami Children's Museum Charter School.
Getchasome Charters' Captain Jimmy Wickett, a US Coast Guard–licensed captain, spent more than 18 years honing his sea legs and snagging snook, tarpon, and sharks amid the glistening coastal regions of Florida. Whether children or adults, beginner or tournament fishers, Wickett's guests all benefit equally from his seasoned expertise as he helms his charters and guides them through the scenic waters of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and the Florida Keys. During sunny daytrips, Wickett extols upon the wonders of the ocean while helping seasoned passengers make boast-worthy catches and fledgling fishermen learn how to bait a fish with promises of a starring role in an animated-movie franchise.
Fully certified by the United States Coast Guard, Corsair Sport Fishing's seasoned captain charters his speedy, 46-foot, twin-diesel Hatteras through South Florida's picturesque waterways in search of mahi mahi, reef fish, and kingfish. As deep blue waves lap against the Corsair’s hull, the captain navigates toward well-populated waters to ensure a bountiful catch for his guests. A plethora of modern fishing equipment and bait helps fishermen hook bottom feeders instead of deep-sea truck tires.
Sometimes a party needs that extra spark, an added dimension that sets it apart from just another get-together. Party Explosion Fort Lauderdale helps you to make your celebration one to remember, offering rentals ranging from essentials such as tables, tents, and linens to festive luxuries such as bubble machines, hot-dog carts, and fog machines. Dance floors and disco balls compel partygoers to boogie at jubilant wedding receptions, and chair rentals for corporate functions help to prevent the CEO from having to sit on the CFO.