About Skydive Danielson

Award Winning Skydiving CenterCT Skydiving Instructors

Not all skydiving centers are created equal. There are more decisions to consider than just price when you make your first tandem skydive. Safety and customer service are our top priorities at Skydive Danielson, and we have the awards to prove it! Our second-to-none safety record means that you can feel at ease when you book a skydiving reservation with us.

It's All About The Altitude

The best part of skydiving is the ''freefall'' after you've jumped out of the airplane, but before you've opened your parachute. At Skydive Danielson, we take you all the way up to 14,000 ft to maximize your freefall time. That extra altitude gives you up to 50% more freefall time than jumping from an altitude of just 10,000. ft.

Sometimes weather or aircraft maintenance schedules mean that we occasionally jump from less than 14,000 feet.


Begin your first skydiving adventure at an award winning location! Skydive Danielson has been rated as the Best DZ in the US for the past 3 years in a national survey by Blue Skies Magazine. Don't just take our word for it, our 5-star reviews on every online search speak for themselves. Customers love the vibe that Skydive Danielson provides. You won't feel like just another number here. You can jump out of an airplane anywhere, but at Skydive Danielson you will experience an unforgettable adventure.


Nothing in skydiving is more important than safety and at Skydive Danielson we make safety our top priority.

  • Top-of-the-line skydiving equipment maintained by FAA certified Parachute Riggers
  • Airplanes regularly maintained to meet rigorous FAA standards
  • Every instructor at Skydive Danielson is licensed through the United States Parachute Association, the tandem manufacturer and carry FAA medical certifications
  • Pilots are licensed through the FAA, with special ratings specifically for flying skydivers 

Meet Our Staff:

Rob Morris

Pilot, Instructor, FAA Parachute Rigger
In 1998, while Rob was in the U.S. Airforce, he learned to skydive at the Ogden Skydiving Center in Utah. Since then, Rob has been a full time instructor and skydiving pilot. Rob also holds his FAA Parachute Rigger ticket.

Laura Morris


Laura learned to skydive at the Alabama Skydiving Center in 2003. Since then she has been working in the skydiving industry as an instructor and guest relations. She also is a Coach Instructor Evaluator and hosts training classes with XCelSkydiving.

Andy Marcoux

Safety And Training Advisor, AFF Instructor
Andy grew up on a skydiving center and has been around this sport since before he could walk. However, it wasn't until nearly 40 that he learned to skydive. Once he started, he understood why his father had spent every weekend jumping out of airplanes. Andy is now an AFF Instructor, Coach and load organizer with a passion in Formation Skydiving and Canopy Relative Work.