It’s hard to describe the feeling of being weightless. I’ve been selling zero-gravity adventures for more than two decades and still haven’t found the perfect words. I can only say that there is nothing else like it.
Jessy, a new member of the Incredible Adventures team, completed her first zero-gravity flight last week. I think the smile on her face says more than I ever could.
If you’d like to book your own zero-gravity space training adventure in Florida, send me an email or give me a call at 800-644-7382.
I am a wealth of adventure-related info. Over 20 years in the adventure business will fill your head with all sorts of things. I know the best way to attach mesh to the frame of a shark cage is with plastic zip ties, but also that the zip ties must be clipped tight and sanded, to make sure fingers aren’t pierced by shark divers, grasping onto shark cage bars. I know the MiG-29 can climb to 20 km high, but that the typical altitude reached is 17 km in summer months and 18 km in winter months. I know you’re much less likely to become airsick or seasick if you have a little food in your stomach, so one of the biggest mistake MiG flyers make is not eating anything prior to flying. I know it’s best for HALO jumpers to be clean-shaven, so the required oxygen mask fits better and that great hammerhead season in Bimini is December through April.
If you’re considering a life-changing adventure and have a question, don’t hesitate to ask me. I just might know the answer, and if not, there’s a good chance I’ll know someone who does.