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    JetLev

    Who's done it?

    Does DePalm also offer it?

    Here is Red Sail's link. http://www.aruba-redsail.com/watersports.shtmlJetLev

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    This looks so cool! I think my daughter & her BF may try it this summer!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    I only know its pretty hard so I heard from a friend! Seen some guys in Holland doing it. in the canals of Amsterdam, doing back flips...
    What is the price for this? I don't see a pricelist on the site.
    Last edited by LauraAruba; 04-06-2015 at 10:54 AM.

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    I am going to try this in Sept. Red Sail Sports does this. It involves 10 minute instruction and 35 min. flying time. From 8:30 -10am it cost $149.00.From 10am till 4pm it cost $179.00. I will go early in the am and save money. Departure is off the HYATT PIER LOCATED BETWEEN THE HYATT AND OCCIDENTAL RESORTS IN PALM BEACH. YOU CAN FLY 30 FEET ABOVE ON ITS 225 HORSEPOWER engine creating 800-1,000 gallons per minute of thrust.It sounds so cool. I will report on it in Sept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tstroum View Post
    I am going to try this in Sept. Red Sail Sports does this. It involves 10 minute instruction and 35 min. flying time. From 8:30 -10am it cost $149.00.From 10am till 4pm it cost $179.00. I will go early in the am and save money. Departure is off the HYATT PIER LOCATED BETWEEN THE HYATT AND OCCIDENTAL RESORTS IN PALM BEACH. YOU CAN FLY 30 FEET ABOVE ON ITS 225 HORSEPOWER engine creating 800-1,000 gallons per minute of thrust.It sounds so cool. I will report on it in Sept.
    Thanks for the info, didn't realize it was cheaper in the morning. It's still a little expensive but you get more time in the water than we thought.
    Not sure when, but we will be back

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    Jet Lev is a spectator sport for me. It looks like a lot of fun once you master the controls, but it also looks like a trip to ER for me if I tried it. It is also what I consider very expensive for the return. But you younger folks have at it! I'll watch from the bar on the pier

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    I'm with you Walt. It's a spectator sport!
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    Me too, I'll sit on the beach with a drink and watch !

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    Just to clarify, I will be sitting and watching too, my husband is the adventurer.
    Not sure when, but we will be back

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    It is expensive- but differant and I am always into trying something new. I will report my adventure in Sept.

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