Parasailing

Welcome to Parasailing

Parasailing, also known as parasading or paraquoting, is a recreational kitting activity where a person is parked behind a vehicle (usually a boat) while attached to a specially designed canopy wing , Which is similar to a parachute, known as a parasail wing.

A manned kite can have a moving anchor car, truck, or boat. The horse connects the pilot to the parasail, which is attached to the boat or land vehicle by tow rope. The vehicle then stops and takes the parcelander (or wing) and person into the air.

If the boat is powerful enough, two or three people can take remuneration behind it at the same time. The parashender has little or no control over the parachute. The activity is primarily a fun ride, not to be confused with the sport of paragliding.

Commercial parasailing operations take place all over the world. Land-based parasailing has also turned into a competition sport in Europe.

In ground-based competition parasailing, the parasail is carried to the maximum height behind a 4-wheel-drive vehicle. The driver then releases the tow line; The parasailor flies to a target area in an accuracy competition.

The game was developed in the early 1980s and has been very popular since then. The first international competitions were held in the mid-1980s and still continue annually. Over the years, the number of participants has increased along with the competitions.

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