Your entire family will enjoy this relaxing flight and the breathtaking panoramic views of Corolla, Duck, the Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean! Begin your adventure sitting down on the back deck of the boat and let your Captain and First Mate do the rest, as you fly comfortably over the beautiful Outer Banks. Fly high above the iconic Currituck Lighthouse and Whale Head Club in Corolla or cruise above the beautiful historic town of Duck. Your flight ends right where it began, as you sit down slowly and softly on the back deck of the boat. Fly solo or fly with a friend or two, as we offer single, double and triple flights. Our 12 passenger boats are top of the line Ocean Pros (the best on the market and in the parasail industry) and we fly on the hour.
|WHY US?||Duck Parasail||All Other Companies in Duck|
|United States Coast Guard inspected vessel||Yes||No|
|Safety video at location||Yes||No|
|100% of crew CPR / First Aid certified||Yes||No|
|Up-to-date with leading edge in safety equipment in the industry||Yes||No|
|Member of WSIA (Water Sports Industry Association)||Yes||No|
|Follow WSIA weather standards||Yes||No|
|Follow WSIA equipment standards||Yes||No|
|Follow WSIA crew training standards||Yes||No|
|Over 10+ years parasailing in Duck||Yes||No|
|Boat seats up to 12 passengers||Yes||No|
|Excellent A+ rating liability insurance||Yes||No|
A great option to ensure the (dry!) safety of your personal equipment while still capturing the entire experience is to purchase one of our professional photo packages! The crew will take at least 50 shots of your experience from leaving the back of the boat, up through the air and your return. Using the most up-to-date professional camera and lens, you are guaranteed an incredible way to remember your trip! The packages also include the entire SD card to take home with you. Our captain will go over this with you while on the boat, but feel free to contact with any other questions!
Here are some examples from a family picture package:
Making a reservation is strongly suggested during our season, as we fly full boats on the hour, every hour. Reservations early in the week are urged because we are a weather dependent business. Give us a call today to ensure your family books an ideal time for everyone!
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1446 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949
Ed Jordan is 43-years-old and has been a licenced 100 Ton Master Captain for nineteen years. Working all the way from Maine to the Outer Banks, he has flown over 22,000 happy customers! Ed attended Maine Maritime Academy for four years, where he studied Small Vessel Operations and has been a commercial fisherman on the East Coast for eighteen years.
Jackie Winter has been a First Mate on parasail boats on this very beach since 2008! She has also worked as a First Mate on a salmon charter in Alaska and has crewed on luxury sailing yachts of up to 60 feet! Her enthusiasm for parasailing has led her to begin the process of obtaining her Captain’s license and she one day hopes to fly you, too!
Alex Winter has been a licenced 100 Ton Master Captain since 2006. He started working as a First Mate on parasail boats right here on the Outer Banks! Since then he has worked on the Gulf and East Coast of Florida, making him a year-round parasail Captain who’s flown over 20,000 smiling faces! Having learned his way around the waters of the Outer Banks, his local knowledge is second to none!
Adam Stein grew up on the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay, where he fell in love with life on the water from a very early age! He joined our parasailing family as a First Mate last year and we can’t wait for you to meet him!
The Water Sports Industry Association’s mission is to serve as the world’s leading trade association that promotes and protects towed water sports activities.
To be the world’s leading industry advocate that communicates, produces and distributes safety and educational materials for towed water sports. The WSIA works with local, state and federal agencies in partnership with national and international governing bodies to ensure the use of waterways for towed water sports. As a group, we develop best practices and sustainable growth for all towed water sports.
Every commercial parasail operator vessel shall be equipped with a hard mount or handheld visual weather monitoring device for use by the vessel Master when operating with passengers. VHF alone is not acceptable.
The vessel Master shall check and be cognizant of both the current and forecasted weather conditions for the intended area of operation taking into account the intended duration of the parasail set.
The vessel Master shall maintain a weather log that includes: wind direction, wind speed, wave height, sky conditions. Weather observations shall be recorded by the vessel Master at the start of each day of operation and before each parasail set.
Commercial parasailing is prohibited when the current observed wind conditions in the area of operation include sustained wind speed of more than 20 mph, wind gusts of a difference of 15 mph greater than the sustained wind speed, the wind speed during gusts exceed 25 mph or rain or heavy fog results in reduced visibility of less than 0.5 mile, or when a known thunder/lightning storm comes within 7 miles of the parasailing area.
When wind gusts are observed in excess of those which prohibit parasailing operations, a minimum of 30 minutes must elapse without any observed wind gust speeds exceeding those that prohibit parasailing before resuming parasailing operations. In no case shall parasail operations be conducted in weather conditions that exceed the manufacturer’s specified limitations of the equipment being used.
April 23, 2016 at 7:47am ~ Facebook
After going parasailing several years ago, I cannot imagine going to the Outer Banks without going back to Corolla Parasailing. My family and I went parasailing and it is an amazing adventure. I am terrified of heights but once we were up, it was an amazing and peaceful experience and I felt no fear. My family will be back there in June and plan to go again!
The captain and first mate are extremely professional and provide a safe exciting experience like no other.. Don't miss it!
July 23, 2015 ~ Facebook
Fantastic time from beginning to end! If you go, go all the way to 1200'!!!
September 4, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
What an amazing experience! 1200 feet in the air, beautiful views, never imagined it would be that good. Alex and Jackie where great! Made everyone feel relaxed and Jackie took some great pics of the family. Check that off the bucket list, can't wait to go again!
June 16, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
Went parasailing and had a great time. There were 11 in my party and they accommodated us easily. Would totally recommend this place to anyone.
August 17, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
I would recommend them to anyone looking to go parasailing in the Outer Banks. The staff made us feel very welcomed. All of their equipment was top notch. This has been one of the experience parasailing I have had. Will definitely be going back!
August 3, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
What a treat to have great staff and decent jet ski's in one location. We rented four jet ski's and the space that they allowed for us to roam around was fantastic. This is a well run business that makes us want to come back again and again.
July 11, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
If your looking for a place that is not overcrowded and has fair prices this is the place. I know they have pontoon boat paddle board and kayaks. Not sure about jet skis. But for the sound this is all u need I suggest sunset cruise. Jump right in its only about 3 feet deep.
June 21, 2015 ~ Trip Advisor
Great staff! Kids had a great time. Will go back. Can't wait till the new snack shack is open. We sat on the big couches and enjoyed the view.
Duck Parasail will be open for season on May 1st and our office is open year round. All e-mails will be answered promptly at email@example.com
1446 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949
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