Your Questions Answered
|A License:||1 jump within the past 60 days|
|B License:||1 jump within the past 90 days|
|C & D License:||1 jump within the past 6 months|
*You must have a C or D License to jump at Skydive Snohomish.
Prices are as follows: $13 plus $1 per 1000 feet. Prices are subject to change without notice due to volatility in fuel prices.
The Caravan flies to 13,000 ft. as a standard. In the 182’s, two jumpers can go to 3,000 ft., three jumpers can go to 6,000 ft., and four jumpers can take the plane to 10,000 ft.
We believe licensed jumpers have a goodwill responsibility to share the sport with everyone they know, and contribute to the overall success of the drop zone. To help facilitate this, we offer referral cards called “Dive Dollars” that give a $10 discount to your friend (first-time jumpers only) and a $10 credit on your account. Feel free to ask inside manifest for a stack of Dive Dollars to start earning jump money and share the sport with everyone you meet!
C and D License holders: 2,500 feet AGL
No, as long as you are current through USPA standards and can verify your currency.
Yes. It usually costs approximately $6 for a pack job.
- RW from largest to smallest group
- Hybrids from largest to smallest group
- Free Flyers from largest to smallest group
*Wingsuiting is not compatible with our DZ operations, airspace, and available landing areas, and is not performed at Skydive Snohomish.
In previous years we had an alternate field known as the East Field. However, starting in 2016, the East Field is no longer available to us. Therefore, only C and D-License holders may jump at Skydive Snohomish. C and D-license holders may land at the airport after receiving a briefing.
We do not currently require AAD’s at Skydive Snohomish, however, we highly recommend them.
Yes. We have a variety of rigs for rental/demo. Each rental costs approximately $20 per jump. A current list of the equipment we have available is in the outside manifest area.
C and D-License holders may jump at Skydive Snohomish. On your first visit, we will ask you for valid government-issued photo ID, current USPA membership, your logbook verifying currency, and your reserve data card. You will also be given information about our Canopy Size and Wing Loading Limits policy to which you will be expected to comply.
The drop zone decides the jump run. In the Caravan, jump run is east to west offset to the north or south based on the winds. When the green light comes on, open the door and spot. Exit at the ideal spot for you, keeping in mind everyone else on the plane. Please see the spot calculator here on our website.
Yes, we have a licensed jumper hangar where you can pack and hang out.
Currently, we fly 2 Cessna 182’s and a Grand Caravan with an 850hp Blackhawk conversion.
When the weather is jumpable, we have a very active licensed jumper base, and have the capacity to do more than 100 tandem jumps in a day. We generally fly our Caravan from 9:00am to sunset on weekends, and noon to sunset on weekdays, no shut downs, with room set aside in the plane specifically for licensed jumpers. Loads will turn every 25 minutes.
After you have filled out a waiver, provided all of the above items, received a landing area briefing, and we have inspected your gear, you are free to manifest. We work on an honor system. Manifest throughout the day, and pay at either inside (all methods) or outside (credit and debit only) manifest before your last skydive. All accounts need to be cleared to a zero balance daily.
We are located 8 miles east of Everett and approximately 25 miles North-Northeast of Seattle. It takes approximately 45 minutes, without traffic, from Seattle.
We accept cash, debit, and credit. Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are all accepted.