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06:00
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
06:30
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
07:00
In 2015, Charlie Head will attempt the first ever standup paddle boarding of the main water source of the Amazon, the Rio Maranón in Peru. It's never been attempted before and will be the most arduous and longest SUP journey ever made. For two months, using just his physical and mental strength, Charlie will have to negotiate extreme terrain, trek around impassable river rock falls, survive freezing water, high altitude, swarms of insects and suspicious local tribes. But the hardships will be worth it if he can help shine some light on one of the planet's most endangered environments. Over 20 new dams are planned on the river's free-flowing stretches. If they are built, scientists believe that could alter the entire Amazon basin forever. So if Charlie doesn't do it now, he may never be able to.
08:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
08:05
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
09:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
09:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
10:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
11:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
12:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
12:05
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
12:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
13:00
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
13:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
14:00
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
15:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
15:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
16:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
16:05
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
16:30
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
17:00
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
18:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
19:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
20:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
20:05
With over a thousand kilometers in five days, the Jet Raid is the Dakar of Seas. This is an incredible Human experience where pilots can test their limits. JetRaid is so famous that he is relayed in more than 80 countries through international television networks.
20:30
With over a thousand kilometers in five days, the Jet Raid is the Dakar of Seas. This is an incredible Human experience where pilots can test their limits. JetRaid is so famous that he is relayed in more than 80 countries through international television networks.
21:00
Over 300 of the world's best white water rafters travelled to the Cassowary Coast in Queensland for a chance to become the ' best of the best' in the International Rafting Federation's premier event of 2019. Over 30 nations were represented including host nation Australia. Held over 8 days in May, teams from around the world competed through a combination of disciplines that include sprints, head to head, slalom and downriver. The event was staged on the world-renowned Tully River, on a section of iconic Grade IV water spilling through the world heritage rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
22:00
One With Water is an exclusive feature on free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal. Host Andi van Zyl heads out with Prinsloo and Marshal to learn how to become one with the water.
22:30
RIDE TO THE ROOTS is a simple format for a documentary series on athletes and artists. Perfect to profile characters with a unique upbringing, personal background, origin or past. Each episode focuses on an athlete, artist or person of interest as they return to their hometown. In an exciting and emotional trip down memory lane, our protagonist encounters the important people in their life (family, friends, coaches, lovers), revisits the key locations (schools, training centers, homes, fields) and reveals exclusive personal stills, footage and recordings. We will discover the moments that shaped their career, taking them on a rollercoaster ride from childhood passion to professional success.
23:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
23:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
00:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
00:05
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
00:30
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
01:00
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
02:00
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
02:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
03:00
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
04:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
04:05
Over 300 of the world's best white water rafters travelled to the Cassowary Coast in Queensland for a chance to become the ' best of the best' in the International Rafting Federation's premier event of 2019. Over 30 nations were represented including host nation Australia. Held over 8 days in May, teams from around the world competed through a combination of disciplines that include sprints, head to head, slalom and downriver. The event was staged on the world-renowned Tully River, on a section of iconic Grade IV water spilling through the world heritage rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
05:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
06:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
06:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
07:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
08:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
08:05
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
08:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
09:00
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
09:30
Jamie O'Brien, 'JOB', is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, O'Brien has become one of the best surfers at Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He's one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipe Masters Challenge and surfs some of the best waves and events in the world, including the famous Pipeline Masters in Hawaii. He wins surf events left, right and centre, but not before trying his hand at some unconventional action sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide, and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard. Grab your wax and catch all the action that goes on behind that air reverse six feet above the lip. O'Brien balances friends, partying, and world-class surfing in a life that's anything but ordinary. In the words of Jamie O'Brien, “Just let the surfing tell the story.”
10:00
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
10:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
11:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
12:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
12:05
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
12:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
13:00
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
14:00
Over 300 of the world's best white water rafters travelled to the Cassowary Coast in Queensland for a chance to become the ' best of the best' in the International Rafting Federation's premier event of 2019. Over 30 nations were represented including host nation Australia. Held over 8 days in May, teams from around the world competed through a combination of disciplines that include sprints, head to head, slalom and downriver. The event was staged on the world-renowned Tully River, on a section of iconic Grade IV water spilling through the world heritage rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
15:00
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
16:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
16:05
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
16:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
17:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
18:00
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
18:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
19:00
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
20:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
20:05
Shot by the renown surf cinema director Joshua Pomer, Mad Dogs is a series dedicated to surfing legends, and the world that surrounds them and the sport. The series covers multiple sides of surfing, showing the audience what goes on behind the scenes, and the waves. From surf photography, to chasing big waves, Mad Dogs shows it all.
20:30
Shot by the renown surf cinema director Joshua Pomer, Mad Dogs is a series dedicated to surfing legends, and the world that surrounds them and the sport. The series covers multiple sides of surfing, showing the audience what goes on behind the scenes, and the waves. From surf photography, to chasing big waves, Mad Dogs shows it all.
21:00
Welcome to Kite Masters 2020! The series that flies you around the world, together with
21:30
To organize a yearly sailing party in the Leeward Islands of French Polynesia: that was the dream, twelve years ago, of the newly born Raiatea Regatta Association. Since then, the “TPR” has become the biggest sailing and festive regatta of the Pacific islands and a truly international nautical event.
22:00
Renowned surf photographer and film-maker Patrick Trefz explores the essence of the sport he loves by profiling those who inspire him. From Basque Country, Spain to Silicon Valley, USA, these unique people are united by a deep connection to the sea.
23:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
00:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
00:05
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
01:00
Over 300 of the world's best white water rafters travelled to the Cassowary Coast in Queensland for a chance to become the ' best of the best' in the International Rafting Federation's premier event of 2019. Over 30 nations were represented including host nation Australia. Held over 8 days in May, teams from around the world competed through a combination of disciplines that include sprints, head to head, slalom and downriver. The event was staged on the world-renowned Tully River, on a section of iconic Grade IV water spilling through the world heritage rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
02:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
02:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
03:00
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
03:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
04:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
04:05
Welcome to Kite Masters 2020! The series that flies you around the world, together with
04:30
To organize a yearly sailing party in the Leeward Islands of French Polynesia: that was the dream, twelve years ago, of the newly born Raiatea Regatta Association. Since then, the “TPR” has become the biggest sailing and festive regatta of the Pacific islands and a truly international nautical event.
05:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
06:00
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
07:00
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
08:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
08:05
Over 300 of the world's best white water rafters travelled to the Cassowary Coast in Queensland for a chance to become the ' best of the best' in the International Rafting Federation's premier event of 2019. Over 30 nations were represented including host nation Australia. Held over 8 days in May, teams from around the world competed through a combination of disciplines that include sprints, head to head, slalom and downriver. The event was staged on the world-renowned Tully River, on a section of iconic Grade IV water spilling through the world heritage rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
09:00
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
09:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
10:00
Welcome to Kite Masters 2020! The series that flies you around the world, together with
10:30
To organize a yearly sailing party in the Leeward Islands of French Polynesia: that was the dream, twelve years ago, of the newly born Raiatea Regatta Association. Since then, the “TPR” has become the biggest sailing and festive regatta of the Pacific islands and a truly international nautical event.
11:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
11:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
12:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
12:05
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents. In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.
13:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
14:00
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
15:00
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
15:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
16:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
16:05
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
17:00
Welcome to Kite Masters 2020! The series that flies you around the world, together with
17:30
To organize a yearly sailing party in the Leeward Islands of French Polynesia: that was the dream, twelve years ago, of the newly born Raiatea Regatta Association. Since then, the “TPR” has become the biggest sailing and festive regatta of the Pacific islands and a truly international nautical event.
18:00
With unprecedented technological advancements, and a new hydro-foiling GC32 catamaran, the Extreme Sailing Series has done it again! By combining the top class sailing teams and the advanced technological innovations, watching the races has become a pure thrill. With circuits that range through 8 global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries; both for its sailors and its viewers.
18:30
Ready to rumble in Simpson Bay where the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary edition. With the official slogan being Serious Fun, it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.
19:00
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
19:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
20:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
20:05
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) is the world governing body responsible for administering the sport of Canoeing, which includes both canoeing and kayaking. The ICF governs eight disciplines, two of which are Olympic sports (Canoe Sprint and Canoe Slalom).
20:30
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) is the world governing body responsible for administering the sport of Canoeing, which includes both canoeing and kayaking. The ICF governs eight disciplines, two of which are Olympic sports (Canoe Sprint and Canoe Slalom).
21:00
Join Nautical channel as we follow the 20th edition of what might be the last Karujet. The event takes place in no other than the festive and colorful Caribbean island, Guadeloupe. Don't miss these daredevils hit their pedals to the medal as they blast through intense conditions with one goal in mind: being victorious! Some break down and return to the beach with broken bones, others just give up, while the strong fight to the end!
21:30
The much awaited 19th edition of the Karujet has finally roared through the island of Guadaloupe. With the world's top guns of jet ski racing on the pitch, these daredevils plowed through waves at speeds of up to 80 knots. To bring this event to life, people from all over the world join together to create what is becoming the biggest nautical event of the year. Watch as Nautical Channel covers the behind the scenes of what it takes to fuel such a big event in the Caribbean.
22:00
After 85 championships in over 12 countries, all in only 10 years, the P1 world is fast, and growing. Back again this year for its 8th edition, don't miss out on the powerboating universe and all of its races. Whether that be the P1 Superstock USA where racers face each other on their respective P1 Panthers, or at the P1 AquaX where the need for speed is demonstrated on water crafts, you're in for a true thrill.
23:00
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
23:30
The Boat Show is a TV program dedicated to nautical lovers and boat owners. The Boat Show contains on the water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boat maintenance and technology, every day boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters and ports.
00:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
00:05
For all sea and sailing lovers and those who would never miss this one-of-a-kind show, the place is always the same every year: Trieste. Barcolana, the international sailing regatta with the world's highest number of participating sailboats, is now in its 51th edition, and continues to offer that unique combination of sailing competition and great entertainment
01:00
Military warn the expedition of terrorist threats. The crew explores a floating village. Troy looses his passports and medications. Tensions are high.
02:00
Join Nautical channel as we follow the 20th edition of what might be the last Karujet. The event takes place in no other than the festive and colorful Caribbean island, Guadeloupe. Don't miss these daredevils hit their pedals to the medal as they blast through intense conditions with one goal in mind: being victorious! Some break down and return to the beach with broken bones, others just give up, while the strong fight to the end!
02:30
The much awaited 19th edition of the Karujet has finally roared through the island of Guadaloupe. With the world's top guns of jet ski racing on the pitch, these daredevils plowed through waves at speeds of up to 80 knots. To bring this event to life, people from all over the world join together to create what is becoming the biggest nautical event of the year. Watch as Nautical Channel covers the behind the scenes of what it takes to fuel such a big event in the Caribbean.
03:00
Come party with one of the most anticipated caribbean summer events of the year: The SXM Best weekend! A local group of young brothers and musicians, called “The Red Eye Crew,” brought a party wave onto St. Maarten. Follow them as they organize this explosive event and share their inspiring story of how it all came to be. And finally, put your hands up and enjoy the queens of Caribbean music and the Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, for blasting performances to remember!
03:30
The northernmost island of Germany has been since ages a top nautical location! NC Host Lucia Metzbauer meets the locals, gets to know the hidden gems, the best places for surfing and sailing, discovers the wildlife and explores the enormous PWA Grand Slam in Sylt – the windsurfing event to be!
04:00
Ocean1 News&Sports is on a mission to bring this factual relevance back to the forefront avoiding bias or partisanship, and rather by highlighting all facets of the story. Whether hard or light news, pure enjoyment or professional water sports, each edition takes audiences to a wider plane of understanding and perspective. Edited as two separate weekly five minute programs, one dedicated to general news the other to sports, each edition kicks off with a barrage of up to five brief 30 second stories on main events from around the globe.
04:05
Since 1978, the Tour de France a la voile has allowed thousands of sailors to discover the French coast. This yachting race is held in July every year and links the English Channel to the French Riviera. The tour is a great offshore sailing school for amateur sailors, and a high-level competition for the great champions taking part.
05:00
Welcome to Kite Masters 2020! The series that flies you around the world, together with
05:30
To organize a yearly sailing party in the Leeward Islands of French Polynesia: that was the dream, twelve years ago, of the newly born Raiatea Regatta Association. Since then, the “TPR” has become the biggest sailing and festive regatta of the Pacific islands and a truly international nautical event.