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Flyboarding with Dreamboats in Ibiza

A brand-new water sport allows people to walk on water, swim like a dolphin, and fly above the water

Flyboarding with Dreamboats
Flyboarding with Dreamboats
Flyboarding with Dreamboats

Invented in 2012, flyboarding is considered extreme and at the same time an easily learned sport which does not require previous experience. Thanks to jet propellers a flyboard rider can fly up to 15 m in the air as well as dive nearly 2.5 m into the water. The unforgettable experience of water walking and flying is available in Ibiza between June and August.

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What is the height limit for flying during Ibiza flyboarding?

Flyboarding in Ibiza allows enthusiasts to soar as high as 15 meters into the air and dive nearly 2.5 meters into the water. This adrenaline-inducing activity is an excellent mix of water and air, providing unforgettable and breathtaking views of the island. It is typically available between June and August each year. Show more

Is prior water sports experience necessary for engaging in flyboarding?

Flyboarding is a welcoming water sport accessible to novices without any previous water sports experience. However, it's essential to pay close attention to the instructor's guidelines to learn the basics and ensure your safety and enjoyment. To join the activity, participants need to be at least 16 years old, over 44kg, and good swimmers. Show more

What are the costs and operating hours of Dreamboats for flyboarding in Ibiza?

Flyboarding with Dreamboats in Ibiza costs approximately 60 euros per 15-minute session, offering sufficient time to have a memorable experience. Participants can engage in this recreational activity from 9 am to 7 pm daily between June and August. Dreamboats provides various packages that afford more water-based activities, accommodation, and transportation that you can customize based on your preference and budget. Show more

Are there precautions to observe before participating in flyboarding?

Safety precautions are crucial in any sporting activity, including flyboarding. It is recommended to heed the instructions of the instructor before flyboarding, an activity that inevitably comes with some level of risk. Pregnant women and people with chronic medical conditions that may interfere with their physical ability are advised not to engage in flyboarding. Show more

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Last updated: by Eleonora Provozin