What's the name of the song the first time they drive down that boat ramp and into the water? The very uplifted instrumental music, what is it called?
The First time the gentlemen say "HERE WE GO!" and embark down the ramp to cross the channel is a song written by english composer James Seymour Brett. Early in his career he wrote a few cues to be part of a Stock Music collection (not sure the name). This track titled "Invincible" is from that album. Both times when the enter the water and their is good music (1: Whimsical, 2: Triumphant) are both by James Seymour Brett. His website (www.jamesseymourbrett.com) is amazing if you listen to his current projects: Batman (a live action show that stays true to the Elfman sound), and Walking with Dinosaurs (a robotics type show that is so beautiful. Even his work on a self made project "The Book of Musical Magic" to me shows he couldn've been a good option for the Harry Potter series after the departure of John Williams. I hope I have helped, and know this is a long time since your post.