Congratulations on taking the first step towards the most exhilarating adventure you will ever experience. We hope you find everything you need right here to take you to the next step towards your first skydive. If not, please call us at (207) 487-5638 and let us answer any remaining questions.
To start, the most popular method for the ‘first’ skydive is a ‘Tandem Skydive’. You will experience the thrill of your first skydive securely fastened to a professional United States Parachute Association (USPA) licensed skydiving instructor.
Your day at Vacationland Skydiving will begin with a short 30 minute ground instruction session where you will learn the basics of boarding the aircraft, exit, body position in free-fall and landing.
Then you will be off to the airplane for a quick 20 minute ride up to 10,500 feet above the beautiful Central Maine region to experience free-fall, soaring for 45 seconds through the clear blue skies, and then a calm and tranquil scenic canopy ride safely back to the drop zone – landing in front of your friends and family.
Remember, whether this is a bucket list accomplishment or the beginning of a new life altering activity - you will never forget your first skydive!!!
You must be 18 years old (no exceptions – IDs are required) for a tandem skydive and weigh in at or below 230lbs. If you have questions, again, please call us to discuss with an instructor.
Vacationland Skydiving has an impeccable safety record. All of our instructors are members of the United State Parachute Association (USPA) and have thousands of jumps. Give us a call today and come enjoy the SKYDIVING EXPERIENCE OF YOUR LIFE! Reservations are highly recommended to make sure we’re ready for you when you arrive. A $50 non-refundable deposit will be taken by phone when you make your reservation. In case of a weather event or other circumstances that prevent us from flying on your scheduled date; you will receive a rain check for your deposit. Rain checks are good for anytime during the current season or the immediate following season.