Williston Skydivers offers two jump courses:

Tandem and AFF

These basic courses all lead up to the qualification for a USPA A (Basic Skydiver) license. A skydiver with this license is qualified to pack his/her own main parachute, to jumpmaster him/herself, and to jump at all USPA-affiliated drop zones as well as at foreign skydiving centers affiliated with aero clubs recognizing USPA. All prices referenced below are per jump and include all the necessary training and equipment:

Tandem Course
All prices are per jump and include all the necessary training and equipment. Prices subject to change.
First Jump Course:   $150  
First Jump (UF Students) $130
Subsequent tandem jumps (3): $130
First solo freefall: $175
Subsequent freefalls (5): $130
Total Cost, 10 jumps: $1365

In your forty-minute first jump briefing you will learn all procedures needed to safely skydive with your instructor from 13,500 feet. You will use a tandem parachute system built to carry two people. After freefalling with your instructor for sixty seconds you will pull the ripcord at 4500 feet. Your instructor will assist you in steering and landing the parachute safely. Including your first jump, you will make a total of:

  • Four tandem jumps that will teach you fundamental skills such as controlled exits, body position, altitude awareness, and maneuvers in freefall as well as the canopy control skills required to land the parachute safely. After your last tandem you will make:
  • Six solo 60-second freefalls from 13,500 feet using a single person parachute system with one-on-one instruction in freefall. During these jumps you will learn advanced freefall maneuvers.
Accelerated Freefall (AFF) Course
All prices are per jump and include all the necessary training and equipment. Prices subject to change.
First Jump Course
        (including level 1 jump):
$250     
Levels 2-3, each jump: $160
Levels 4-7, each jump: $130
Total Cost, 7 jumps: $1090

In this six-hour first jump course you will learn all procedures needed to safely skydive from 13,500 feet. Two instructors will maintain contact with you from exit until you freefall to 4500 feet where you will pull your ripcord. Your time in freefall will be approximately 60 seconds. The parachute descent takes about five minutes and an instructor on the ground will direct you by radio to land your parachute safely. This program is called Accelerated Freefall because of the accelerated learning inherent in long freefall jumps.

  • Levels 1-3 are made with two instructors and begin with basic exit and freefall body position skills, advance to fall rate and forward movement adjustment, and progress to instructor release allowing unassisted solo freefall.
  • Levels 4-7 are made with one instructor and include advanced skills such as controlled turns, docking with the instructor, backloops, and tracking horizontally away from other jumpers.

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