Skydive in Jacksonville

The Experience of a Lifetime

COVID-19 Update!
Skydive Amelia Island starts back May 2nd! 
Private Reservations! 5 People in Aircraft
PPE and Social Distancing Standards!
Contact-less Payment!
Staff Screening and Sterilized Airplane!
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Our Prices

Skydive Amelia Island with unbeatable prices. Group discounts available. 

One Person $199 ea.
Two People $189 ea.
Four People $175 ea.
Just book with the $9 Booking Fee Option!

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What You Should Know

Tandem skydiving means you are harnessed to a certified skydive instructor and you jump together. No experience or training needed.

Your instructor will give you simple instructions and jump with you out the door. Freefall will last about 35-45 seconds at speeds over 125 miles per hour and your parachute ride lasts about 5-7 minutes.

We have been in business for over 20 years without any accidents. All of our instructors are trained and certified. 

We provide everything from pre-jump instruction, needed equipment, and skydive goggles. We fly two Tandem skydive passengers at a time in the aircraft with no exceptions.

See What Previous Skydivers Say

loren gajda3/14/2020

The Instructors were great. Very professional. I had a great experience for my first jump. I plan on going again in the future

Michael Varela1/05/2020

Awesome experience! Jared and Greg were super professional and made sure our jump was going to be awesome. Would recommend to anyone who wants to try skydiving.

Lydia Cuevas11/13/2019

Best experience! Very peaceful in the sky & your stomach doesn't feel like its dropping when you jump! Its amazing! Book your jump now!

what should i know?

We offer a variety of jump times through out the days, Friday - Monday!

  • You must be 18 years or older and have a valid ID
  • If anyone in your party weighs over 200 lbs. please Contact Us as soon as possible.
  • Allow up to 4 hours for your skydive
  • We fly two Tandem skydive passengers at a time in the aircraft.

For more information check our Frequently Asked Questions

Safety is Our #1 Priority

Our biggest concern at Skydive Amelia Island is your safety.

When it comes to Skydiving, don’t skimp on experience and training. We offer comfortable facilities, modern aircraft and a perfect safety record.

Our experienced and licensed instructors are some of the best in the industry, and all have over 10,000 jumps each and over 20 years of experience. Our Tandem Instructors are Certified by the USPA (United States Parachute Association) and have thousands of Tandem Skydives. They hold current FAA class 3 airmen medical certificates and can handle themselves in the sky.

Find Us Anywhere

With multiple locations around the country, you can plan an adventure no matter where you are.

Are you on vacation or visiting family? Well from San Antonio to Phoenix, nothing brings loved ones closer together than falling over 100mph straight back toward the Earth. 

Call or Visit Skydive Amelia Island

Customer Service 904.718.4648
SkydiveAmeliaIsland@gmail.com

Physical Address:
Skydive Amelia Island
551 Airport Road
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034

Skydiving in Jacksonville

Have you ever wanted to Skydive Jacksonville at the beach? What if we told you that at Skydive Amelia Island, we can make those dreams come true? Just drive up A1A to skydive Jacksonville. In other words, we skydive over the beach. Jump at the only coastal skydive center in north Florida.

Our Experienced Jacksonville Team gives visitors young and old the experience of a lifetime. Skydiving in Jacksonville Florida, is a dream come true. Overlooking  breathtaking beaches and stunning ocean views Skydive near Jacksonville. Whether you’re looking for something exhilarating to do over spring break or trying to cross off an item on your bucket list, Skydive Amelia Island is here to make it happen. So, are you ready to skydive at the beach? We sure are – meet you on the runway!

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