Saber - Jet Viper - SouthamptonSaber - Jet Viper - Southampton

Jet Viper Experience

7 Reviews
Includes
Safety instruction and equipment
Wave jumping and high speed cornering
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Overview

Get onto the water during this high-speed event. There's a short ride along the river before the skipper demonstrates a series of exhilarating manoeuvres including doughnuts, crash stops, side slides and spins in the high-powered, 450HP speedboat. Safety equipment and a safety briefing will be provided.

Details

Minimum People
10 (smaller groups prices will be based on the minimum)
Maximum People
12 (multiple sessions may be needed for larger groups)
To bring
Sturdy footwear
Change of clothes
Useful Info
Weather proof jacket, life jacket & goggles provided if required
You must wear a life jacket, which will be provided
The largest life jacket fits a waist size of 140cm
Important Info
Start Times
Mon to Sun 10:00 - 16:30
Allow
1.5 hours
Minimum Age
16
Runs
1 Apr - 31 Oct

Options

Saber - Jet Viper - SouthamptonSaber - Jet Viper - Southampton

Jet Viper Experience

  • Safety instruction and equipment
  • Wave jumping and high speed cornering
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  • Safety instruction and equipment
  • Passenger ride with highly qualified and experienced skippers
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Reviews

4.5
From 7 reviews
Superb choice, plenty of time spend on the water, when not driving, still a passenger, freindly instructors, happy to give ya full revs !! Highly reccomend
Dennis Tones
This is in Southampton. Good fun if its a nice sunny day, we were out on the water for about 2 hours. Bit far from Bournemouth, and got boring by the end.
Senad Bokhari
Great fun! Only problem was our group was too large for this event. 8 max in my opinion.
Luke Igo
Really fun, really fast and really scary. Very glad to have done it but you wont see me in one of them again
Alan D'cruz
The powerboat driving itself was really good fun and everyone really enjoyed it. However, the people running the event were poorly organised and as a result we were very late starting. We also ran out of petrol on the event itself and had to wait for another boat to bring fresh supplies to us (about half an hour wasted time).
Kieran Dawkins

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