FLYBOARD EXPERIENCE LONDON
For some truly capital excitement head to the Docklands and the only flyboarding experience in London. Not only will you get to enjoy the thrill of flying, you’ll be able to do some sightseeing whilst you’re at it!
Discover the freedom of flyboarding on an unforgettable experience as you learn to taxi, levitate and turn the flyboard. After that come the tricks! Everything you need is provided, so get yourself booked in for a once in a lifetime experience!
- One-on-one expert tuition
- 30 minute flyboarding session
- Allow 1.5 hours in total
- All equipment is provided
FLYBOARDING IN LONDON DOCKLANDS
With the ease of transportation in getting to the Docklands and the great places to chill out afterwards – there is no reason not to take to the water (be it on it, above it, or under it!)…
Upon arrival you’ll be given an introductory safety and equipment briefing before getting kitted out in your wetsuit. From there you’re out on the water learning the basics before being free to let yourself go wild on your flyboard.
When you book with us you will have ten months to select a date for your London flyboarding experience. Sessions are held most weekends with numerous flight times throughout the day. If you are looking at a group booking, please get in touch to discuss with us.
Controlling the Flyboard
With your feet positioned as if you were in a natural standing position, lock your knees gently, straighten your back and let your arms hang down by your sides. You should be in a relaxed yet controlled state.
Once you have levitated clear of the surface you will be able to start making the flyboard go where you want it to. To go forward lean onto your toes, for backwards lean onto your heels.
To change direction turn your head in the direction you wish to go, drop your shoulder down, lean on the leading leg and bend the opposite one.
Is there a minimum age?
You have to be between 16 and 70 years old to participate in flyboarding in London.
What about weight and height?
We have a maximum weight of 20 stone (127kg) and you should be at least 4’/1.22metres and 6’4″/1.98 metres.
What about health & vision?
You are advised not to take part in this event if you are pregnant of have any of the following: dislocated shoulder/wearing a cast, heart conditions, severe back issues, under medication that will make you drowsy
If you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol then your flight will be cancelled.
If you are cautious in water please let us know.
Will I be able to fly?
The vast majority of people pick flyboarding up far quicker than they imagine they would! If you’re having problem, your expert instructor is on hand to make sure you get the most from your experience.