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We've been Skydiving in Maryland since 2002! Serving Baltimore, Ocean City & Surrounding Areas
Located in Ocean City, Maryland, Skydive OC is the premier destination for tandem skydiving in Maryland, Baltimore and the surrounding Washington D.C. area. Our expert team of highly experienced instructors is on hand to ensure you enjoy every minute of your day. These fantastic reviews are a testament to the level of care you can expect here at Skydive OC.
When you jump at Skydive OC, you'll be experiencing skydiving in Maryland at its best! With breathtaking coastlines and spectacular ocean views, Maryland's Eastern Shore offers some of the most picturesque skydiving in the country. It's no wonder so many people choose to go skydiving at Skydive OC every year!
So, what are you waiting for? Let's do this! There's no better place to experience the thrill of skydiving than at Skydive OC!
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5 Questions Every New Skydiver Should Ask
Before you make your tandem skydive booking, it is important to ask a few questions to ensure you have the best experience possible.
All About the Skydiving License
The traditional first step to becoming a skydiver is a tandem jump, where you're paired with an experienced instructor, and then various levels of skydiving licenses can be achieved after that.
How To Become A Professional Skydiver, Or Close To It
Since people realized that you could jump out of airplanes for fun, skydiving has grown into a leisure activity, hobby and even a competitive sport. It's something that appears on many bucket lists, but you can turn a one-time experience into a professional career.
Is Skydiving Bad For Your Back?
Skydiving is perhaps the original extreme sport, and it is entirely reasonable to wonder if it might be hard on your body. Without having ever jumped out of an airplane before, you could easily imagine that deploying a parachute at 120 miles per hour would put a lot of strain on your back - or any part of your body.