They offer parasailing and are willing to give it a shot for paraplegics. I am a T-4 Para (complete) and was surprised when these guys said they would give it a shot. I was about the fourth or fifth wheelie they had taken up - they said. The captain and crew are very competent and seem to know what they are doing. I left my wheelchair on the pier and was lifted into the boat. It took a lot of lifting and shoving and positioning to get the harness on. The harness is a the same one they use for walkers and, once we were ready for lift-off, it took a four or five attempts before the captain was happy to let it go up. In the end I got to fly at 400ft for ten minutes or so. You need very good upper body strength and grip in order to hold on and balance yourself in the harness. But it was certainly a great experience and I would recommend these guys for walkies as well as wheelies. They were very professional and very safety oriented. My wife and kids came out in the boat with me - normally a $10/pp charge but the waived it.
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