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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!
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Recent Skydiving Articles
Why a media package is the perfect skydiving addition
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Skydiving Slang — The Language of Skydiving
The vocabulary of skydiving is very nuanced and goes far beyond the word "parachute." If you're interested in skydiving, prepare for a crash course in skydiving terms you've never heard about! Consider this your unofficial dictionary for skydiving terms.
What Does Terminal Velocity Mean In Skydiving?
Terminal velocity means the top speed an object can achieve when it falls through the air, and skydivers can manipulate their body position to travel at the same speed.
How a parachute works and the design behind it
Parachute equipment is a rapidly developing field, one in which improvements are still consistently made today. The parachutes are made from a lightweight nylon material that has been chemically treated to be less porous, which allows less air to pass through the fabric and further increases the air resistance it creates.