First, what is the difference in a regular para-sail flight & a super para-sail flight? Second, I read that if I want to go tandem with my wife, we each need to have a ticket. If we go tandem, does the ride last twice as long - 20 to 24 minutes instead of 10 to 12? It seems that a tandem ride would cost the vendor no more than a single ride, so why would one do the tandem ride if there were no particular advantage to essentially paying double?
Randy M. asked on Mar 24, 2013
Well Randy, first a "regular" parasail ride is on a 600' line and lasts for 6-8 minutes and costs $50. The super parasail ride is a 1200' line and lasts 10-12 minutes for $90. Before we allow riders to go double or triple my Captain's determine whether it's safe. This is based upon the weight of the flyers and the wind and sea's on the day of the flight. We do not ad time to the ride if you go more than one at a time. Thats like asking an airline to let you go for free with your wife if they have open seats on the plane. You are paying for the space and the experience. Good try though, see you soon.
Matt M. from Merchant replied on Mar 25, 2013