Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Does A Chancre Pop Like A Pimple

Departure Departures Beach

Points Common to Different Modes of Practice

Whatever the method used, the practice parasailing Boat includes four phases:
  • Flight preparation

  • Departure ("put to flight")

  • The flight itself

  • The landing or splashdown or landing

theft in PAN can be made in single, tandem or three or more.

Preparation of Flight Check-in Range:

It includes:

· The audit and the preparation of the parachute
· Equipment and installation of practicing
. The starting position and keeping the trucks (with or without bar suspension)
· The safety instructions to be followed at each phase
· Specific signs to communicate with the Monitor during the flight.

Departure (Flight Set):

It Includes:

· Action aids that take wing laterally before the parachute and early take-off to provide maximum surface wind (blowing the wing) and to allow its elevation along the axis of traction.

· Running (or walking) of practicing while towing the boat gradually increases its speed.

· Liftoff which takes place smoothly with a stabilization parachute, about 10 meters from the water, which allows Monitor to be a final audit Overall Parachute-practitioner.


During the flight, the practitioner is passive and acts on the wing if the Monitor asked.
Monitor, tractor driver of the boat, changing during the flight along different axes relative to the wind and varies the height of the parachute component with boat speed, strength and wind direction.

The Splashdown:

Following a gradual descent and passive (no action on the wing), the landing, which is the form to pose the most commonly used as the safest , takes the wind.

When the practitioner is in the water and the canopy is deflated, the signal of the Monitor, he won the carabiners connecting his parachute harness and returned to swimming in the aft tractor.

Monitor retrieves then hoisted it to the parachute board.

The Landing:

Following a gradual and controlled descent (tightrope), landing on the beach, made exclusively by moderate wind, always facing the wind when sailing conditions (regulation) permitting.
During the descent, the practitioner is not acting on the wing.

Upon asking, he must have flexible legs to absorb without difficulty and without the sit contact with the ground, while aid to the parachute canopy affalent.
Once the parachute is deflated on the ground and the rope tensile relaxed, the practitioner is lowered from the parachute.


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