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A JetPack, rocket belt or rocket pack is a device, usually worn on the back, which uses jets of gas (or in some cases liquid) to propel the wearer through the air. The concept has been present in science fiction for almost a century and became widespread in the 1960s. Real jet packs, using a variety of mechanisms have been developed, though the challenges of Earth’s atmosphere, Earth’s gravity, low energy density of available fuels, and the human body not being naturally adapted to fly mean that their uses are much more limited than their fictional counterparts, being principally used for stunts. A practical use for the jet pack has been in extra-vehicular activities for astronauts.

VENUEMarina Putrajaya, Malaysia
AGE LIMITMinimum 15 years old and above
(under 18 years old must have a legal parent or guardian accompany them during the flyboard activities)
WEIGHT LIMITMinimum 40kg
Maximum 130kg
EXPERIENCE SLOTEach experience session runs by the hour (total of 8 sessions per day)
Each session can accommodate 1 to 2 people
WHAT TO WEAR & BRING1. Two set of clothing (one for wet session and the other after)
2. Swimming attire, rashguard or boardshort
3. Straps for spectacles (contact lenses preferred)
4. Towel for bath
5. Sun Screen Lotion and Basic Toiletries
6. Cap / Sun glasses
Professional instructorRefreshments (Drinks)
Helmet and Life Jacket (US Coast Guard Approved)Jet Ski and Flyboard equipment for your training
Personal Accident Insurance Coverage.
Return transportation to activities site
WEATHERFlights will commence under slight drizzle but will be suspended under heavy rain or thunderstorm. For safety reasons, we may need to re-schedule your experience to a later date due to bad weather conditions if this occurs before your flight
SAFETYSafety briefing will be conducted at our Flyboard centre. All instructions from instructor must be followed throughout the flight experience. Never take part if you are under the influence of alcohols, drugs or other medication that impairs judgement or coordination. Ignoring this can result in serious injury.

The Flyboard is buoyant for safety, which also allows the rider to rest in the water between rides, due to tiredness and fatigue. There are certain rules that one must go by when attempting to ride on a Flyboard. The use of a personal flotation device and helmet is a must for safety purposes at all time to protect against serious head trauma in the event of the rider impacting the PWC or stationary structures.5