Your Next Thrill Seeking Adventure Is At Aquafly In Slidell

Dated: 06/22/2017

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With summer right around the corner, you’re probably getting ready to hit the beach. Before you do, check out this amazing new watersport called aquaflying or hydrolifting. Pressurized water is forced into a 60 foot hose, lifting you out of the water at about 45 feet allowing you to fly through the air. What an exhilarating, thrilling experience! All you need to get started is a personal watercraft (PWC), also known as a water scooter. If you would like to learn more out this sport, check out Aquafly New Orleans, where they offer individual and group lessons using the most current and advanced equipment:  the Flyboard and the Hoverboard. By the way, Aquafly New Orleans is actually located in Slidell at 118 Harbor View Court near the Slidell Dock. For more information, visit the website at: http://www.aquaflyneworleans.com/#come-fly-with-us. See the following link to make a reservation: http://www.aquaflyneworleans.com/reserve-now/. image1 (2).JPG

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