March 24, 2015 at 11:20 pm #6462Nick HomerParticipant
The topic basically sums this one up… Where do you mostly fly? Hopefully this helps the guys who are “out in the boonies” to make some friends.March 24, 2015 at 11:22 pm #6463Nick HomerParticipant
We fly all over Utah in the summer, and California, Nevada, and Arizona in the winter, In the summer we’re mostly at Deer Creek, Jordanelle, Pineview, and Utah lake.March 24, 2015 at 11:36 pm #6464
Thanks for getting the ball rolling here Nick. I fly in Victoria, BC CANADA and then jump in the media line at events so Qatar, Dubai… Louisiana? Looking forward to experiencing many more of the awesome rides out there including your JetDeck!April 1, 2015 at 1:22 am #6542wmcelweeModerator
Casey and I fly mainly in SouthEast WI. As north as hwy 60 (Pike Lake) as south as Kenosha with Louie @ the Kenosha Yacht club as west as Okauchee lake with Nick PacochaApril 6, 2015 at 2:58 am #6585HAMerrellParticipant
Ben Merrell & I run a rental in Destin, Florida, our hometown. Water’s crystal clear most of the time and temperatures are bearable for the most part 😉 Our main location is located in the Destin harbor but we also have a location on the Gulf of Mexico about 30 minutes from our main location and then we will be opening up a third location about an hour and a half from our main location in June on the Santa Rosa Sound.April 13, 2015 at 4:44 pm #6634oregonflyerParticipant
My rental operation is in Hood River Or. on the Columbia River. I fly out of there June thru Sept. We live in Maui during the winter months so I fly there when I can get the right days. The optimum site to fly is on the south shore. However, the area is closed to pwc Dec. 15 to May 15. My only option then is to fly in an area located 2 miles from the famous surfing site called “Jaws”. Needless to say, the waves on the north shore are my limiting factor, not to mention the wind. So on those days when the waves are small and the wind is calm I am there.May 17, 2015 at 8:29 pm #6955HDAVParticipant
No one else from Europe? I dont have my own flyboard (yet 😉 ) but have flown at 2 lakes in South Wales and in the Atlantic off Portugal’s south coast (algarve) it is different on the sea compared to a lake!June 7, 2015 at 11:27 am #7145hheikoParticipant
hi. I tried it in germany. Wassenberg. I tried both, flyboard and hoverboard. both were AMAZING. Unfortunately to expensive to try it more often 🙁July 7, 2015 at 10:50 pm #7440
I’m curious where people think the best location would be for a major Hydroflight Championship? Flyboard World Championship is in Dubai for the next four years at least… where would you put a competition if you were running the show?October 20, 2015 at 7:35 pm #8231
Yes, I’m hopeful that the hydroflight industry will find creative ways to decrease rental/lesson costs over time providing opportunities for the general public to fly more often.
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