ASPL has been active in providing World-Class Watersports Activities giving an intense adrenaline rush to the tourists.
Parasailing is one of the water sports activities in which a 300 m long rope is attached to the parasail harness on one of the ends while the other end is fixed firmly to the speed boat. Speed boats with 90 hp 4 stroke engines will give the tourists an enjoyable and memorable ride.
Jet Skiing is one of the most thrilling and adventurous water sports. Jet skiing requires a jet-powered water scooter which is accelerated by a powerful engine. It is simple to operate however for a while the high speed may be a bit difficult to control. Once it is mastered, one can have a great experience skiing around. It is proposed to operate 10 nos. of a jet ski.
FRP Speed boats are manufactured from marine grade FRP, with suitably contoured V-shaped hull obtain high speed even in rough and choppy water. The boats are impermeable and are unaffected by long exposure to light and weather conditions. Suitably strengthened and provided with rubber fenders along the sides, the boat is protected against chafe, rendering them high on safety and performance.
A rescue lifeboat is a boat rescue craft that is used to attend a vessel in distress, or its survivors, to rescue crew and passengers. It can be hand-pulled, sail-powered, or powered by an engine. Lifeboats may be rigid, inflatable, or rigid-inflatable combination hulled vessels.
The banana boats are made out of high-strength nylon fabric coated with Hypalon/neoprene material to suit changes in the temperature. The banana boat id having three inflatable chambers both the side tubes are giving enough stability during the operation.
Bumper boats are an amusement ride in which people drive small boats in a pool or pond and try to crash into each other for fun. In a patent application related to the ride, its inventor wrote, "one of the thrills of operating amusement park boats of this type is to initiate collisions with another similar boat within a relatively confined pool."
A scuba diver primarily moves underwater by using fins attached to the feet, but external propulsion can be provided by a diver propulsion vehicle, or a sled pulled from the surface.