Flyboard is a fashion that many football players and famous people already signed up last summer, such as Gerard Pique and Cesc Fàbregas that we could see them playing. It’s the newest extreme sport to hit Ibiza! So we are completely sure that we will often see the practice of this sport in the beaches of the White Island during next summer. Who can resist the idea of flying over the sea like a superhero?
What is flyboard?
The Flyboard is a water jet powered machine which allows propulsion underwater and in the air. The two nozzles positioned under the rider’s feet receives the vast majority of the water propulsion and movement is controlled by the rider tilting his or her feet. It’s all in your balance. The arrangement lets you fly, Iron Man style, up to 30 feet in the air – or leap headfirst through the waves like a human dolphin.
Everybody describes this new sport like something fun and exciting perfect to enjoy in the summer days. The experience of rising above the sea is unbelievable and extreme! Buckle up and get ready for the freedom of flight, unleashes the hero in you!
Rent or buy a flyboard
There are many places where you can rent flyboard for a while in Ibiza. Prices range around the 50-80 euros half an hour, always with a qualified instructor to teach you. But there are also places where they give the option to rent a flyboard and a jet ski from about 1000 euros approximately full day.
But if we wanted to get all the full team to practice this aquatic sport, it would cost around 6000 euros as minimum, just without a jet ski. Also we have to consider that a jet ski or boat is needed to connect and use a flyboard.
If you still don’t understand why flyboard is causing so much furor among celebrities in town, here we show you a video of football player Cesc Fábregas in Ibiza so that you can watch it by yourself.
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