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What You'll Get
It's fun to feel a little scared every once in a while, which is why people watch horror movies or hire an accountant who works out of an old sedan. Feel a rush with this Groupon.
$112 for a 30-Minute Discovery Flight ($225 Value)
Discovery Flight sessions typically include 15–20 minutes of flight time, leaving space for water taxiing and briefing. During the Discovery Flight, customers will join a pilot on board an amphibious weight-shift control trike. The pair will soar high above the water, with particpants receiving the chance to steer the vessel and experience what it's like to be a pilot.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Subject to availability. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather conditions. Maximum weight 250 lbs. Must be 14 or older. Under 18 years old must have parent/guardian sign legal waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
As a kid, Jeff Bell went for a ride in his neighbor's ultralight aircraft. From that moment, Jeff was hooked. Years later, Jeff moved from North Carolina to Florida so he could fly his own ultralights above the Emerald Coast. He earned his pilot's license, and has since logged more than 3,000 hours of flight time.
Today, Jeff shares the rush of flight with others aboard an FAA-certified, amphibious, weight-shift-controlled trike–or, in other words, a water aircraft. Often referred to simply as a "trike," the vessel has a 912 Rotax engine and features aluminum pontoons with wheels for taxing from beach to water and a super hang glider wing. But, instead of depending on the wind or a Medieval trebuchet to get moving, Jeff's trike comes equipped with a power unit that propels it to up to 45 miles-per-hour. It can also reach heights of up to 14,000 feet, though Jeff usually keeps it under 2,000 feet for discovery flights.