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THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT – LOOK OUT FOR OUR 2024 SKYDIVES, COMING SOON!
Discover the stunning views of the Yorkshire Coast from a whole new angle with a Skydive for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Join us in Bridlington on Sunday 17th September 2023 and take on our skydive challenge to help save lives across Yorkshire. Experience the thrill of jumping from 10,000 feet and free-falling at over 120mph.
How do I enter?
We ask that you pledge to raise a minimum of £150.00 in sponsorship and there’s a £199.00 registration fee. A £50.00 non-refundable deposit will be paid when you purchase your place and the remaining balance (£149) to be paid on jump day!
To purchase your place, simply FOLLOW THIS LINK (SOLD OUT) and add as many places as you require, then complete your registration.
Your entry fee includes a YAA t-shirt.
The easiest way to collect your sponsors is via our online fundraising platform, Give Tap. You can set up your fundraising page here.
SKYDIVING ISN’T FOR EVERYONE
Due to the nature of the sport, there are some age, weight, and health restrictions.
The minimum age for tandem skydiving is 16. Under 18’s require parent/guardian permission in the form of signing the British Parachute Association membership agreement and medical declaration below.
Note for participants under the age of 18: As there is additional paperwork for those under 18 that must be completed by a parent/guardian, then it is suggested that one is present on the day of the jump. Photo ID for proof of age will also be required.
WEIGHT AND HEIGHT LIMITS
The maximum weight for tandem skydiving is 15 stone (95.25kg) fully clothed and your weight must be proportionate to your height. There is no height limit.
Skydive GB asks that all participants to read the Medical Declaration Form 115A.
If you can agree to the above form, then you can self-certify by completing the form and bringing it with you on the day of the jump.
If you have a medical condition listed and can’t agree to Form 115A above, it doesn’t mean that you can’t jump – you will just need your doctor to sign Form 115B instead.
If you are still unsure, take a look at the Skydive GB blog post on ‘Which Medical Form For Skydiving‘.
TO BUY YOUR SKYDIVE ENTRY NOW CLICK HERE (SOLD OUT)
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