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Long Island Sky Diving

Sky diving is the ultimate rush for adrenaline junkies! When you freefall from thousands of feet in the air at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour you’ll understand just what makes this thrilling experience so riveting. If you’ve never jumped before, professional trainers can take you for a tandem dive in which you will be secured to a certified instructor who knows exactly how to make the most of the experience and when to open the parachute for a scenic descent into a safe landing. Before you hop out, you can take a few moments to admire the landscape below- the view of Long Island at such a high altitude is unlike any other. There are, of course, plenty of safety concerns involved in jumping out of a plane, so as long as you are sure to listen to the instructors and prepare in exactly the way they require you’ll have the greatest burst of adrenaline you’ve ever felt and the adventure of a lifetime.

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