5 Water Sports To Try This Summer

Published on: July 7, 2016

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View of the Miami Beach in Flordia

With the summer season in full swing, get in on the #daylife action along Miami’s coast. From wakeboarding to parasailing, there’s something for everyone in the family. We’re sure you’ll find ways to hone your watersport skills, whether you consider yourself a novice or an expert.

1. JetPack Flight

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Soar high above Miami’s waterfront, up to 45 feet above the turquoise colors of the Biscayne Bay, propelled by the power a of jet pack. First time jet-packing? No worries — you’ll be airborne in minutes after your one-on-one coaching session. 

2. Wakeboarding
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The fast-growing sport of wakeboarding can be hard to resist once you’ve found your rhythm. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced enthusiast, enjoy the thrill of waterboarding at your level. 

3. LED Paddleboard at Sunset
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Stand astride paddleboards and glide across the glassy surface of the ocean at Miami Beach. LED lights illuminate 15 feet under water and 50 feet around the board for a one of a kind sunset experience. 

4. Snorkeling
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Miami is known for its miles of pristine, sandy beaches that attract people from all over the world. Just offshore, underneath the Atlantic Ocean, is the third-largest barrier reef in the world. Take a snorkeling excursion to explore the wonders of the coral reef and the abundant marine life that dwells there. Life jackets are provided, but confidence in your swimming ability is not to be underestimated.

5. Parasailing watersport
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Safe for all ages — and always a hit — parasailing lets you sit back and enjoy the unique bird’s-eye view of Miami as you fly.

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