With a tandem parachute designed for two people, you will board an aircraft and soar to around 13,000 feet. When you and your instructor leave the plane, you will fall at about 120 mph, descending to 5,000 feet in around 40 seconds. At this point, your instructor will open the parachute and fly you safely back to earth! You’ll get a chance to enjoy the breathtaking views around you as you glide for six minutes
Beccles, Suffolk/Norfolk - Sibson, Cambridgeshire - Swindon, Wiltshire - Salisbury, Wiltshire - Honiton, Devon - Perranporth, Cornwall - Swansea Airport, Wales - Tilstock, Shropshire Bridlington, East Yorks - Hibalstow, North Linconshire - Peterlee, Durham - Cockerham, Lancashire - Reading, Oxfordshire
Skydives can be booked at any of the locations on whichever day of the year – giving you total freedom when you sign up. Simply let us know your chosen your location and select a chosen date at some point in the year, so we can arrange your skydive.
Registration fee: £50 Minimum fundraising: £400, which will cover the cost of your skydive and fundraising for the charity £250 must be raised by the day of your skydive for you to take part, otherwise it will be rescheduled for a later date. If you would prefer to self-fund your full skydive please let us know.
16 years old on the da
The weight limit for males is 17 Stone (107kg) and for women is 15.7 Stone (99kg
Your fundraising pack with tips and ideas, your sea cadets t-shirt and goodies, fundraising and training support leading up to the event. You’ll also receive your finishers certificate, and photos at the end.
The first step of the day after your welcome is to receive a pre-jumping briefing, learning the basics of landing and steering whilst securely attached and lead by your instructor. Your instructor will take the time to explain in detail every step of the flight and skydive. You’ll then be provided with a skydiver’s jumpsuit to go over your clothes (comfortable clothing is recommended, such as sports clothes, a track suit and a pair of trainers). After fitting the tandem parachute harness (and appropriate headgear and goggles) you are ready to board the plane for the 15 minute ascent. Then it’s one glorious leap out into the blue!