Did you ever want to feel like James Bond, racing away from the bad guys, with the wind in your hair and adrenaline pumping through your veins? Then this trip is for you! The expert skippers will demonstrate the manoeuvrability and speed of the RIB's by showing you high-speed turns, wave riding and wake jumping! Prepare to get wet at speeds of up to 55 knots.
After an essential safety brief and demonstration, you and your guest will be taken down to the pontoon to board the RIB and head out on to the water. Leaving Ocean Village and heading out to sea you will pass the Luxury Cruise Liner berths at Southampton before turning south toward the Solent. From here it steps up a gear; riding the swell or jumping the wake from the super fast "Red Jet" Cats, you will have the time of your life. The route takes you via the famous Hamble River and historic Calshot Castle which was built by Henry VIII. After some fun and games at the Brambles Bank, the RIB will finally turn for home, giving you the Seadogz signature turns and stops along the way.
The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may vary. Please check with the venue when booking.
When can you go?
This experience is available on selected weekdays and weekends, from March to October. You must take your experience prior to the voucher expiry date.
How long does this activity last?
This experience will last 1½ hours.
You need to know
The minimum age is 8 years. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
The maximum weight for participants is 108kg (18 stone). Participants should have an inside leg measurement of at least 24 inches. Please note this experience is not suitable for pregnant women or those with back or neck problems.
There are no qualifications required.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
You and how many others?
This experience is for two people. There will be a maximum of 11 other people on the boat.
Family and friends
You're welcome to bring spectators to watch you depart.
We can’t control the weather!
This activity is dependent on appropriate weather conditions.