Join Ike’s Parasail for the best view of the coast, high above the waters of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico.
Customer satisfaction is second only to safety and Ike’s has a strong commitment to both. Ike’s Parasail flies their guests on 800 feet of line, which is the maximum by Federal Aviation Administration specifications. Customers remain in the air approximately 8-10 minutes, offering them a peaceful, tranquil view of the island.
You’ll board Ike’s U.S. Coast Guard-inspected boats and enjoy an experience like no other. U.S. Coast Guard certified and licensed captains will ensure a fun trip for you and your family. Captains and crew are certified in first aid and CPR and all equipment is inspected daily before leaving the dock.
To preserve your memories, photo packages are available for purchase onsite. Reservations are suggested, but walkups are welcome. Ike’s offers single, double and triple flights at a minimum weight of 150 pounds (all fliers combined). Maximum weight restrictions are subject to the captain’s discretion.
Kayak and paddleboard rentals, as well as banana boat rides, are available at most parasail locations.
Locations include Alabama Gulf State Park Beach Pavilion, Island Winds Condominiums, and Oceania Condominiums
- Parasail Rides are $75 plus tax per person
- Banana Boat Rides are $20 plus tax per person
- Photo Packages are $35 per package (package may include multiple riders)
All customers under the age of 19 will require a parent or guardian’s signature to participate in parasail and banana rides, as well as rentals
Book your Parasail Trip: (251) 981-0055
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- Q: At what locations is parasailing offered?
A: Locations include the Alabama Gulf State Park Beach Pavilion, Island Winds Condominiums, and Oceania Condominiums.
- Q: Do I have to make a reservation if I want to go parasailing?
A: Walk-ups are accepted. However, we advise that you make a reservation.
- Q: Is there anything else I can do at these parasailing locations?
A: Kayak, paddleboard, and beach chair rentals, as well as banana boat rides are offered at most parasail locations.
- Q: How do we get from the beach to the parasail boat?
A: Customers take a short shuttle ride on the banana boat to the parasail boat.
- Q: Can I ride on the parasail boat if I don’t want to go parasailing?
A: Yes, any observer wanting to ride on the boat (but not fly) will pay a small fee. However, observers will give up their reserved spot in the event that a flyer wants to go up.
- Q: Will I get wet if I go parasailing?
A: Customers are likely to get wet on the banana boat ride to the parasail boat.