Play in a brook with Dewey Beach Watersports – Cape Gazette
Dewey Beach — After a decade of owning and handling Dewey Beach Parasail, Justin Sikora says it was time to enhance a operation. Dewey Beach Watersports is now open.
“We could see there was a need in a other H2O activities,” pronounced Sikora on a new balmy morning. “We’re only removing into a bustling season, though things have been going great.”
On a bayside beach of Dickinson Street subsequent to a Rusty Rudder, Dewey Beach Watersports is a town’s newest business directed during a journey seekers in a Cape Region on vacation. The business is run out of a tiki hovel subsequent to a strange parasailing tiki hut.
Sikora pronounced a brook is a ideal place for H2O activities since of all a exploring a chairman can do and all a opposite wildlife that will be seen.
“There are osprey nests, turtles, skates,” he said, fast inventory off only a few animals. “There unequivocally are an total volume of places to check out.”
Sikora combined that Rehoboth Bay is an expanded physique of H2O that stays comparatively calm.
“Even on a roughest day, it’s ease compared to a ocean,” he said.
Sikora pronounced a apparatus for Dewey Beach Watersports is all code new and offers 10 mount adult paddle boards, 5 kayaks, dual 22-foot Suntracker Pontoon boats that chair 10 adults and 6 Yamaha V1 jet skis.
Sikora had been in a parasailing attention for 16 years and a protected vessel captain for 12. For 3 years, he lived in a Virgin Islands’ St. Thomas, handling one of a largest parasailing businesses in a world. He worked in Ocean City, Md., immediately before opening in Dewey.
“I’ve been around a H2O my whole life,” he said.
During a off-season Sikora and his wife, Dody, live in Jupiter, Fla., where he’s a stay-at-home father with 3 kids. Dody is a teacher.
It’s great, he pronounced meditative about his life.
“During a propagandize year we get to be during home with a kids, and afterwards during a summer they spend it down here during beach. It’s like summer stay for them,” he said.
Sikora understands that people come to him to have fun while they’re on vacation, though he and his staff take their jobs seriously.
“Safety is priority No. 1,” he said.
He pronounced he and all his staff are compulsory to be a partial of a Maritime Drug Consortium, are initial assist and CPR certified, and are boater reserve approved in a state of Delaware.
People are some-more than acquire to travel adult to a tiki huts during 113 Dickinson St. to rent, though Sikora recommends reservations for both parasailing and watersports equipment.