Raised significant Funds and raised the Awareness of the Trident House Charities Program. We took on a difficult Challenge & completed the Adventure! With your support, the power of coordinated Teamwork was Unleashed!!!

Finishing on 31 May 2021 (Memorial Day), this successful Mission raised and delivered $76,000 to the National Navy SEAL Museum’s Trident House Charities Program, with another $16,850 pledged.

Our goal for this Mission was $100,000. We are close! You can still Donate to these impactful Charities by clicking on the “Support this Mission” button below:


The Plan

Who:    Former US Navy SEALS
What:   Outrigger Canoe Paddle – First Sortie
May 23 thru May 31, 2021 
Where:  Key West to Ft Pierce, FL
Raise funds and awareness for The Trident House Charities Program & US  Navy SEAL Museum 

6-Day Route Map

The Plan is to break the nearly 300-mile journey into six 50-mile segments with both Shore and Boat support.  We will be stopping along the way for scheduled fundraising events.  Should be an epic adventure and for a fantastic cause!!!


Join us in supporting an umbrella of care not covered by federal funding

Support Special Operations Forces & Their Families

College Tuition 
scholarships are awarded on an annual basis

College tuition scholarships are awarded to children of U.S. Special Operations members. The sacrifices our Special Operations families make are immeasurable. The Navy SEAL Museum is humbled to have committed partners who come alongside our families and help support the higher education of these kids through our Trident House Charities Scholarship Program..

Healing & Supporting the foundational and critical relationships

Family support is no small feat. The needs of active duty and veterans and their families are varied, from medical and dental expenses to academic and domestic expenditures. Our program ensures funding to families who need it most, filling in the gaps where Federal funding is not available..

A Place to unburden and find renewed strength 

The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial Trident House is a tranquil waterfront residence located on the beautiful Indian River in Fort Pierce, Florida. The home serves as a critical and complimentary respite for the families of Special Operators as well as to other military personnel with similar needs. If you, or someone you know, is interested in staying at the Trident House, please contact the Museum for eligibility and availability.

Leaning, training, preparing

May of 2021 we will be Paddling a 6-man Outrigger Canoe nearly 300-miles (Key West to Fort Pierce, FL) to support and raise funds for the Trident House Charites Program under the umbrella of  National Navy SEAL Museum. Our Team Members & Support Crews are learning, training & preparing for an epic Journey from the Southern tip of Florida-North to the Museum. Additionally, Beyond the Teams is planning for an late August 2021 paddle in the SoCal region.

local support

We have been provided AWESOME support from the San Diego Outrigger Canoe Club and Kai Ko’o paddles.  We quickly found out there is much more to this activity that originally anticipated.  But that is EXACTY how we like it!

They Love you more than themselves 

Partnering with Baden K-9 ( badenk9.com) in Ontario, Canada, with the generous support of dedicated donors, the Navy SEAL Museum has donated multiple working dogs to deserving veterans of the Special Operations community. This unique program creates an effective platform to help veterans assimilate back into civilian life by facilitating a special relationship between man and dog. The bond between elite operator and elite K-9 provides the structure and fellowship many veterans find lacking upon their transition to the civilian world, something they often feel is missing after leaving years of training and combat behind.