"Ultralight Adventures" Key Biscayne Sports & Outdoors Tip by grandmaR
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When we had a mooring at Rickenbacker we used to watch the ultra-lights. For a picture of the ultralight in flight, see photo 4.
I haven't done this but it looks like fun. You can take sightseeing flights:
A Bayside / Cruise Ship Row / Fisher Island
B Key Biscayne - Lighthouse / Stiltsville
C Dinner Key / Cocnut Grove / Vizcaya / Brickell
D Virginia Key / South Beach / Sea Aquarium
Any of the above routes is $65
Any 2 combined routes is $80
Any 3 combined routes is $100
All 4 combined routes is $160
Equipment: Or you can get instruction.
From their website:
"In just 15 hours you can meet the requirements for an ACS License. All training done under United States Ultralight Association Airmen Registration Program.
"The Ultralight Pilot License (ACS Aerodynamic Control Sea) issued through the USUA, takes approximately two weeks to complete, weather permitting, requiring 15 hours of flight. ...
"Total cost for the course is $1620 prepaid. Includes flight time, log book and training manual. You must successfully complete a 60 question written exam, as well as a oral and flight test in order to obtain an ultralight aerodynamic control sea rating."
Address: 3401 Rickenbacker Causeway
Directions: If you are traveling on I-95 take exit 1, Key Biscayne, and go east 2 miles; our access road is marked with a red and yellow Ultralight sign (near the Rusty Pelican).
othercontact: Eve: 305.769.9353
Phone: Day: 305.361-3909
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