Maritime Training

Maritime threats require dedicated units specifically to cover this role. The many tactical options require a range of specialist skills that are only acquired by being trained correctly; and then by practicing those skills time and again.

The diverse capabilities of these units can be deployed in anti-terrorist operations at sea, in support of Customs operations, and to counter drug and people smuggling.

Techniques deployed include but not limited to:

  • Boarding onto Large Vessels Under Way at Sea
  • Defence of and assault to recover Government and Commercial Installations
  • Stopping and Boarding Small Commercial Vessels and High Speed Crafts
  • River and Shore Installation Patrolling and Protection.

All these techniques require a high degree of skill and the correct equipment. This is why a specialised training programme is paramount. Our lessons will include much from the Counter Terrorist and Hostage Rescue training programs, with the techniques being adapted to the maritime theatre of operations.

Maritime training can also include:


  • Strategic Analysis
  • Threat Assessment
  • Operational Planning and implementation – Crisis Management

Security Surveys

  • Port Facility Security
  • Ship/Cargo Vessel Security
  • Offshore Security
  • Operations Rooms and Control Centers
  • Evacuation Planning and Response

Personnel Training

  • Ship and Port Facility Security Staff
  • Security Operators and Managers
  • Close Protection
  • Pre-Employment Checks
  • ISPS Code Compliance