Do you like to feel the breeze in your hair? Do you enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean? If you said yes to these questions and you love a good adventure, then you need to visit Skydive Coastal Carolinas!
Skydiving over the beautiful Carolina coast since 1996, this business has been offering thrilling experiences to its customers. They are the go-to destination for skydiving near Wilmington, Jacksonville, and Myrtle Beach, NC, centrally located in charming Southport.
Skydive Coastal Carolinas is a proud family-owned and managed business that is a member of the USPA. Their ground and sky crew is not only competent but also enthusiastic! You must visit them in person to appreciate their meticulously maintained, indisputably cool aircrafts! The newest member of the crew is their King Air, which they are crazy about! The King Air seats 14 people and is a popular choice among skydivers since it climbs fast, goes high, and can accommodate larger groups. Jumpers exit at around 14,000 feet!
Whether you live in the area or are planning a vacation to the coast, this would be the adventure of a lifetime! Skydive Coastal Carolinas offers both Beach Jumps, which would allow you to soar over the beautiful ocean waters, and Tandem Skydives which are ideal for first-time jumpers.
The father-and-son team of Brian and Blake Strong founded SCC, with not-so-little brother Connor on the verge of join the team. Everything they do is personal, and they are driven by their desire to share as well as advance the sport!
In 1996, Brian opened a dropzone in Green Sea, South Carolina, believing that tourists drawn to the beach would find the 45-minute trek into the interior easygoing. Unfortunately, tourist traffic never materialized. He realized that being a “beach DZ” necessitated being on the beach.
In 2001, after searching for the ideal site, Brian relocated Skydive Coastal Carolinas to Southport, North Carolina, where he renamed it. His initial idea was realized, and tourists, military personnel, and locals all adored our DZ’s beauty.
Today, SCC regularly hosts hundreds of tandem jumpers, AFF students, and seasoned skydivers. For some of the participants, it’s a bucket list experience. For others, it’s nothing more than a stopover on the road to somewhere else. Regardless, they are ready to give you the experience that you will never forget!
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