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Where to jump in northern Italy

 


steffan

Jun 6, 2008, 2:16 PM
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In two weeks I will be marrying my girlfriend on the sunny shores of Lake Guarda, Italy. As part of my pre-wedding celebrations I would like to skydive in the same region. I'd be happy to travel in the area of Milan to Venice and would like a dropzone open from Monday to Saturday with a decent plane to 13k and be able to get at least six jumps in per day.

Would any of you fine people be able to help advise me.

Thanks, and maybe see you there??


robertogozzi

Jun 12, 2008, 9:27 AM
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There are some DZ's near Milan and Venice. They are Verona, Thiene, Salgareda and Cremona, their websites are:
http://www.paracadutismoverona.it/
http://www.skydivethiene.it/
http://www.cpvpara.com/
http://www.skyteamcremona.it/

but as far as I know they are open only on WE's. The only DZ open 7/7 (but you'd better call) is in Arezzo:

http://www.skydivetortuga.com/

which is near Florence and quite a bit far from Milan and Venice.


steffan

Jun 13, 2008, 6:58 AM
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Thank you Roberto - We are going to Skydivetortuga and will have a beer and give a toast to you and your good advice.


gratta  (D 17828)

Jun 16, 2008, 5:55 AM
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Ciao Stefan
Skydive Marche is open all the days with Pilatus Porter with atmonauti load organizer full time, we are close to the Adriatic sea in beatifull place.......Cool

Blue Skies



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