Flyboarding is the world's newest cutting edge, adrenaline fueled activity!
Fly like Ironman and cruise through the water like a dolphin in the same motion!
Flyboarding is the world's newest cutting edge, adrenalin-fueled activity and it is now offered in Melbourne!
Fly like Ironman and cruise through the water like a dolphin all in the same motion. Your Flyboard has water powered jet thrusters at your feet and hands which will control your flight path.
As intense as Flyboarding looks, it is actually an extremely safe activity. Minutes into your flight you will be comfortable enough to start reaching heights of 10 metres and able to perform figure eights, surface cruises and carve left and right in midair!
You will be fitted with a flotation device and your personal instructor/safety officer is on a jet ski close by controlling the throttle and offering advice and tips throughout.
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Sessions begin on the 1/2 hour from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (5:00 PM during winter).
What about the weather?
Sessions go ahead at the sole discretion of the instructor.
What is Flyboard?
The Flyboard is a watersports apparatus which allows propulsion underwater and in the air, it could be compared to a powered wakeboard.
The Flyboard comes complete with the Electronic Management Kit which allows operation of the Jet Ski throttle, kill switch and starter from the Flyboard. This method allows for better flight precision and its intuitive use provides the Flyboard Operator exceptional sensations.
Usually after about 20 minutes you can already move underwater like a dolphin and challenge the gravity like superman!
The nozzles under your feet put out 90% of the propulsion and allows movement by tilting your feet and tilting the Flyboard. The nozzles on the hands put out 10% of the propulsion and are used to help stabilization much the same way as ski poles.
Your instructor/safety officer is on a jet ski close to you and can override or assist control of the Flyboard if required.