Special Ops Simulation
Participate in a coordinated simulated special operations mission on the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean aboard an authentic U.S. Navy RHIB. You will participate in a pre-training session including basic first aid, navigation, craft operations, and Mission objectives (enemy neutralization, reconnaissance, rescue).
Your Team will be deployed using real Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), communications, enhanced vision gear, as well as mock firearms and explosive devices. Your Team will be expected to carry out the mission and respond to any unexpected mission circumstances. A debrief (hot-wash) will be conducted following mission completion.
Prior to going underway, you will be given a training section where you will learn how to wear and use your military gear. You will be given an introduction to learning how to deal with maritime emergencies, life threatening injuries, navigation, how a boat works, and much more!
You may be assigned a specific role of navigator, rifleman, medic, or lookout, and you will be held accountable to perform these tasks in a moderately stressful situation. Following each simulation, you will be given a debrief to evaluate how each situation was addressed. Simulations will be given based on the age and physical capabilities of each crew.
WE CUSTOMIZE TOURS TO SUIT ANY AGE LEVEL
Whether you want to bring your kids or your grandparents, we have the adventure you're looking for.
RECOMMENDED AGE: 8+
If you would like to include a child younger than 8, please call to book.
$150 / PERSON
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Guests must arrive at the dock on time, please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.
The action is on the water
Did you know that these RHIBs often work in pairs when they are on a mission?
OUR RHIBS HAVE SEEN ACTION
Patriot was assigned to the Sea Dragon squadron HM 13 at NOB Norfolk before it was decommissioned
'Merica was assigned to SEAL Team 5 at Coronado California
Merrimack was assigned to SEAL Team 3 at Coronado
Together, Everyone Achieves More
Did you know that our Willard RHIBs were made to carry up to 16 special operators?
WHAT TO BRING
Wear water shoes or flip flops
Waterproof bag for cellphones, car keys, etc.
Medications, including motion-sickness medication if necessary
A hat. Make sure your hats are secure, you will go FAST!
IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE
Plan on getting wet
Parking is FREE
Trips are subject to cancellation or rescheduling due to severe weather. If we cancel your trip, the full deposit will be refunded.
Must receive three-day notice of cancellation for full refund of deposit or rescheduling.