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07:00
The Isthmus of Ofqui, unknown for many and chosen as surf destination by few adventurers.The stretch of land that separates the Pacific Ocean's inland seas, is the only way to make it if you want to surf the shores of Golfo de Penas. Connecting the Taitao Peninsula with the Chilean mainland, Ofqui offers world class waves. This thaw surf film approaches the vast territory of the Patagonia in different ways, this time, centered around Ofqui.Pro surfers will face ice-cold waters in their expedition to surf deathly waves in Ofqui, one of the most unknown locations of the Patagonia and with a microclimate that maximises the upcoming waves.Join them in their adventure to Ofqui here, on Nautical Channel.
07:30
Joao and Xandi, two surfers in their early 50's, have been working together for 25 years. They clean beaches and with the trash they pick they create the most stunning artwork. However, living as an artist and idealist in Portugal is not economically profitable and, therefore, not easy.Their family life is affected by the choices they make and their wish to raise awareness about the ever-growing pollution in our oceans. Skeleton Sea takes us on their personal journey to help people understand the importance of our oceans to help us take the step to change our habits to keep them clean. As all live comes from the sea, Skeleton Sea reminds us that this powerful force has the ability of taking it away from us as well.
08:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
09:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
09:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
10:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
10:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
11:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
11:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
12:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
12:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
14:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
14:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
15:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
15:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
17:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
18:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
18:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
19:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
19:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
20:00
Undercurrents explores connection and compassion through the eyes of two female surfers as they share their motivation time after time to go back to the water despite cold waves, fears and little reward. Bringing in ideas from the Blue Mind movement and science of mindfulness, get ready to flow with the blue ocean as we explore the relationship with the sea to find out what happens when we pursue what we love.Arlene Maltman is one of first British & European female surfing champions. Natalie Fox is a Yogi, Surf instructor and marine activist. Throughout the film, they share their experiences and relationship with the sea.Neuroscientist & Mindfulness innovator Dr Tamara Russell & Blue Health Coach / Blue Mind Advocate, Lizzi Larbalestier provide expertise on how our minds and bodies are connected to the ocean and how this can have a benefit to our health and wellbeing.Awards:New Talent Award – Adventure Uncovered Film Festival 2020. Best Adventure Film – Shexreme Film Festival 2019.
21:00
“Were just two surfers that decided we could no longer ignore plastic pollution in our oceans.” –Luise Grossmann.Two young innovators created the first sustainable surfboard fin based on ocean-recycled plastics. The founders of FiveOceans give ocean rubbish a new life, using plastic collected from the Indian Ocean, proving it is possible to close the cycle with ocean waste and high quality surf gear.In this stunning documentary, they prove their mission and reveal a transparent value chain of the waste material to design a performance product for surfers. With their background in engineering, the unrivalled story is underlined by surfing, adventure and great personalities as the two friends battle their way to achieve a much higher goal: reducing the plastic that ends up in the oceans they surf.
21:30
26-year old freestyle Kayak World Champion Nick Troutman from Canada is on the hunt for the best whitewater in the world. He set his search with his three best buddies: 28-year old Mathieu Dumoulin from France – two times European Champion, 27-year old Gerd Serrasolses from Spain and 29-year old Slovakian Peter Csonka – twice European champion and three times runner up in the World Championships.All four athletes are members of the Adidas Sickline Kayak Team, and in winter, they flee the cold and travel to the White Nile in Uganda. However, the highlight of this trip comes when in summer they return to the huge river waves in Quebec. This team of adventurers continue to push themselves and their sport to the limit, their motto: “Go Big or Go Home!”.
22:00
Since the first wave was ridden, surfers have shared stories and experiences to try to explain the wonders inside the waves they ride.Professional and amateur surfers, photographers and videographers around the world have the possibility to display their passion: Barrel surfing. This term is used by surfers to describe riding well inside the curve of a finely shaped breaking wave, for many described as magical.The Barrel is all about surfers skills, creativity and love for adventure as they look for the best waves for tube riding. Get inside the barrel of the wave, with Nautical Channel.
23:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
23:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
02:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
02:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
03:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
03:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
04:00
“Were just two surfers that decided we could no longer ignore plastic pollution in our oceans.” –Luise Grossmann.Two young innovators created the first sustainable surfboard fin based on ocean-recycled plastics. The founders of FiveOceans give ocean rubbish a new life, using plastic collected from the Indian Ocean, proving it is possible to close the cycle with ocean waste and high quality surf gear.In this stunning documentary, they prove their mission and reveal a transparent value chain of the waste material to design a performance product for surfers. With their background in engineering, the unrivalled story is underlined by surfing, adventure and great personalities as the two friends battle their way to achieve a much higher goal: reducing the plastic that ends up in the oceans they surf.
04:30
26-year old freestyle Kayak World Champion Nick Troutman from Canada is on the hunt for the best whitewater in the world. He set his search with his three best buddies: 28-year old Mathieu Dumoulin from France – two times European Champion, 27-year old Gerd Serrasolses from Spain and 29-year old Slovakian Peter Csonka – twice European champion and three times runner up in the World Championships.All four athletes are members of the Adidas Sickline Kayak Team, and in winter, they flee the cold and travel to the White Nile in Uganda. However, the highlight of this trip comes when in summer they return to the huge river waves in Quebec. This team of adventurers continue to push themselves and their sport to the limit, their motto: “Go Big or Go Home!”.
05:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
05:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
06:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
06:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
07:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
07:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
08:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
08:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
11:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
11:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
12:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
12:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
13:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
13:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
14:00
“Were just two surfers that decided we could no longer ignore plastic pollution in our oceans.” –Luise Grossmann.Two young innovators created the first sustainable surfboard fin based on ocean-recycled plastics. The founders of FiveOceans give ocean rubbish a new life, using plastic collected from the Indian Ocean, proving it is possible to close the cycle with ocean waste and high quality surf gear.In this stunning documentary, they prove their mission and reveal a transparent value chain of the waste material to design a performance product for surfers. With their background in engineering, the unrivalled story is underlined by surfing, adventure and great personalities as the two friends battle their way to achieve a much higher goal: reducing the plastic that ends up in the oceans they surf.
14:30
26-year old freestyle Kayak World Champion Nick Troutman from Canada is on the hunt for the best whitewater in the world. He set his search with his three best buddies: 28-year old Mathieu Dumoulin from France – two times European Champion, 27-year old Gerd Serrasolses from Spain and 29-year old Slovakian Peter Csonka – twice European champion and three times runner up in the World Championships.All four athletes are members of the Adidas Sickline Kayak Team, and in winter, they flee the cold and travel to the White Nile in Uganda. However, the highlight of this trip comes when in summer they return to the huge river waves in Quebec. This team of adventurers continue to push themselves and their sport to the limit, their motto: “Go Big or Go Home!”.
15:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
17:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
17:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
18:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
18:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
19:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
19:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
20:00
In this episode, we focus on the French team. They dominated the KiteFoil World Series scene, with many great performances. Well zoom in on Axel Mazella who clinched the Kitefoil European title and his second Kitefoil World title last season. Finally, we meet four-time World Champion, Daniela Moroz, wholl share some tips for how to gybe in the best possible way.
20:30
In this episode, we focus on the French team. They dominated the KiteFoil World Series scene, with many great performances. Well zoom in on Axel Mazella who clinched the Kitefoil European title and his second Kitefoil World title last season. Finally, we meet four-time World Champion, Daniela Moroz, wholl share some tips for how to gybe in the best possible way.
22:00
Sofía is a short documentary film about the life of young surfer Sofía De Tomás, Canary Islands surf champion. Originally from La Orotava, Tenerife, Sofia tells us through interviews and cinematic shoots about her surfing lifestyle and what inclined her towards the surf world.Sofia balances her time between painting and surfing, and for her painting has a similar effect sometimes as surfing. However, for Sofia, surfing is a sport that traps you, and once you start it, you cant stop, you want more. Its something she cant live without.Live the beauty of the Canary Islands in this short documentary film about this young talent in the surf world. Sofia offers beautiful scenery, heart-warming moments and a strong desire to get on a board yourself and start surfing the world.
22:30
Jamie OBrien, JOB, is a pioneer in the field of professional free surfing. Growing up on the North Shore, OBrien became one of the best surfers at the Pipeline Masters and is always pushing the limits of the surf industry. He is 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.As he wins surf events left, right and centre he has also set his eyes on other unconventional action water sports including river surfing, launching off a winch slip & slide and dropping into some of the biggest waves in Hawaii with a foam surfboard.Catch all the action that goes on behind in Who is J.O.B. OBrien balances his social life, partying and world-class surfing in a life that is far away from just ordinary. In his own words: “Just let the surfing tell the story”.Find out who this surfing genius is and get inspired by his braveness, on Nautical Channel.
23:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
23:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
00:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
00:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
01:00
“Were just two surfers that decided we could no longer ignore plastic pollution in our oceans.” –Luise Grossmann.Two young innovators created the first sustainable surfboard fin based on ocean-recycled plastics. The founders of FiveOceans give ocean rubbish a new life, using plastic collected from the Indian Ocean, proving it is possible to close the cycle with ocean waste and high quality surf gear.In this stunning documentary, they prove their mission and reveal a transparent value chain of the waste material to design a performance product for surfers. With their background in engineering, the unrivalled story is underlined by surfing, adventure and great personalities as the two friends battle their way to achieve a much higher goal: reducing the plastic that ends up in the oceans they surf.
02:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
02:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
05:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
05:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
06:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
07:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
07:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
08:00
“Were just two surfers that decided we could no longer ignore plastic pollution in our oceans.” –Luise Grossmann.Two young innovators created the first sustainable surfboard fin based on ocean-recycled plastics. The founders of FiveOceans give ocean rubbish a new life, using plastic collected from the Indian Ocean, proving it is possible to close the cycle with ocean waste and high quality surf gear.In this stunning documentary, they prove their mission and reveal a transparent value chain of the waste material to design a performance product for surfers. With their background in engineering, the unrivalled story is underlined by surfing, adventure and great personalities as the two friends battle their way to achieve a much higher goal: reducing the plastic that ends up in the oceans they surf.
08:30
26-year old freestyle Kayak World Champion Nick Troutman from Canada is on the hunt for the best whitewater in the world. He set his search with his three best buddies: 28-year old Mathieu Dumoulin from France – two times European Champion, 27-year old Gerd Serrasolses from Spain and 29-year old Slovakian Peter Csonka – twice European champion and three times runner up in the World Championships.All four athletes are members of the Adidas Sickline Kayak Team, and in winter, they flee the cold and travel to the White Nile in Uganda. However, the highlight of this trip comes when in summer they return to the huge river waves in Quebec. This team of adventurers continue to push themselves and their sport to the limit, their motto: “Go Big or Go Home!”.
09:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
09:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
11:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
11:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
12:00
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
12:30
We are in the magnificent Don Cesar Hotel for the St. Pete Beach Grand Prix of the Gulf, round two of the 2019 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Series. After the big surf of round one in Daytona, some of the world's top Jet Ski riders have traveled here from places all around the globe to fight it out on this venue, one of the most popular over the championship series. Competition does not look disappointing today and we are in for a blast of adrenaline in this round of the challenge.
13:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
13:30
What SUP Baltic Sea?Considered a hidden gem for many years, the Baltic Sea is now a retreat for water sports practitioners. People from different parts of the world and cultures join the mesmerising background of the Baltic Sea to practice surfing, sailing and most importantly of all, SUP!Join the worldwide phenomenon of Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) that originated in Hawaii and has finally reached the Baltic Sea.Now available on Nautical Channel.
14:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
16:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
16:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.
18:00
It's a new year, so what kind of resolutions have the America's Cup athletes made? And what's the local hangover cure for too much Bermudan rum? Find out in episode 3 of Road to Bermuda! The Road to Bermuda kicks off the New Year in style. We take look at the last regatta of 2015, before celebrating the start of the New Year with the local cocktail: dark n stormies. We find out what sailors do to get rid of that New Year s Day hangover. Finally, we make sure we start the year in a good mood with the happiest man on the island, Johnny Barnes.
18:30
The February episode is Valentines Day themed!We meet the new members of SoftBank Team Japan and find out what it takes to make it onto the team, as well as their thoughts on love. Then, we get an exclusive look at the site of the AC35 Event Village, and take the ultimate challenge – trying out for Bermudas Red Bull Youth Americas Cup team.
19:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
19:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
20:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
20:30
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
21:00
After over 85 championships in over 12 countries, the P1 world is fast, and growing. The international motorboat racing competition organised by the Union Internationale Motornautique (UIM) is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing, proving to be an adrenaline rush for both participants and spectators.The P1 Championship promises an event filled with speed, extreme water sports and excitement. Inside the P1 USA, the AquaX category is one of the most admired one as riders speed on the water on their jet skies. Dont miss out on the powerboating universe and all of its races.
21:30
After over 85 championships in over 12 countries, the P1 world is fast, and growing. The international motorboat racing competition organised by the Union Internationale Motornautique (UIM) is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing, proving to be an adrenaline rush for both participants and spectators.The P1 Championship promises an event filled with speed, extreme water sports and excitement. Inside the P1 USA, the AquaX category is one of the most admired one as riders speed on the water on their jet skies. Dont miss out on the powerboating universe and all of its races.
22:00
Welcome to the famous Pink Palace of St Pete Beach. Opened in 1928, the iconic Don Cesar hotel boasts a rich and glamorous history. However, this weekend culture and heritage are making way for props and horsepower as St Pete Beach hosts round three of the P1 SuperStock USA Championship. Two teams from the US are dueling out with two teams from the UK. Who will win?
22:30
Fourth of July, Independence Day in the US. Thousands of fans go to the beach and some of the fastest boats on the planet are ready to give them the show of their lives. This time, we are in the Sarasota sunshine for the 35th annual Powerboat Grand Prix Festival, and the weekend looks promising for boat racing. Don't miss out on the latest episode of P1 Championship.
00:00
Beppe Faresin is an extreme kayaker with a dream: venturing into the Gulf of Mexico on a kayak. In this adventure, he will kayak his way through the lagoons and swamps in this American country.Faresin is already famous for raising funds for UNICEF while paddling in the rivers and oceans of the world. Now, he faces a new challenge: crossing the Gulf of Mexico by himself. For almost 1500 km, this apparently fearless athlete will discover corners of Mexico otherwise unreachable by land. Follow his challenge navigating through the Gulf and find out what happens along the way.
01:00
Poland is a place of immense historical significant that goes back more than a thousand years. Although it is well known for its role in the Second World War, Poland is also being appreciated for its world class cuisine, breathtaking countryside and ease of travel. This week on Facing Waves, we are set to discover the beautiful waterways of Poland.
02:00
After over 85 championships in over 12 countries, the P1 world is fast, and growing. The international motorboat racing competition organised by the Union Internationale Motornautique (UIM) is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing, proving to be an adrenaline rush for both participants and spectators.The P1 Championship promises an event filled with speed, extreme water sports and excitement. Inside the P1 USA, the AquaX category is one of the most admired one as riders speed on the water on their jet skies. Dont miss out on the powerboating universe and all of its races.
02:30
After over 85 championships in over 12 countries, the P1 world is fast, and growing. The international motorboat racing competition organised by the Union Internationale Motornautique (UIM) is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing, proving to be an adrenaline rush for both participants and spectators.The P1 Championship promises an event filled with speed, extreme water sports and excitement. Inside the P1 USA, the AquaX category is one of the most admired one as riders speed on the water on their jet skies. Dont miss out on the powerboating universe and all of its races.
03:00
The definitive blue water classic, which for the past 73 years has enticed, captivated and challenged sailors from around the world. The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has become an icon of Australias summer sport, ranking in public interest with such national events as the Melbourne Cup, the Australian Open tennis and the Boxing Day cricket test. It starts from Sydney Harbour and the 628 nautical mile sailing adventure full of drama, spectacle and camaraderie which is watched by hundreds of thousands of festive spectators, is one of the sports iconic sights.
03:30
Another expedition? You must be crazy.This is what Beppe's friend told him when he decided to leave for North America. Even after paddling in the biggest rivers in the world, his desire for adventure was still not satisfied, and he went out looking for more. Dreaming of freedom, sleeping bags and nature, he ventured into the unknown to discover the Yukon and Teslin Rivers.For those unaware, the Yukon river is the major watercourse of the northwest of North America. It flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory and makes it's way to Alaska. The Teslin River is a bit shorter, but not for this reason less fun to dive into. They both offer an impressive scenery amidst cold temperatures, dangerous whitewaters and the wild nature of North America.The Kayak Man takes us on a journey of self discovery through the most beautiful landscapes of Canada and the United States while following the path of a brave kayaker that leaves his life behind in an attempt to explore new horizons by himself. An impressive trip that will not leave him the same way he was before.
04:00
Olympic heroes, Americas Cup winners, Volvo Ocean Race champions and some of sailings most capped World Champions gathered in Lagos, in Portugals Algarve for the 2019 GC32 World Championship.Taking place with the support of the City of Lagos, Marina de Lagos and Sopromar, this years GC32 World Championship was the second event of the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour, following on from last months GC32 Villasimius Cup. Racing off Lagos takes place in the Atlantic ocean, but the waters here are protected by Cape St Vincent, the most southwestern tip of Europe, which is just 10km away. With sea breeze conditions and flat waters, the GC32 World Championships offered  perfect foiling conditions. And with the local organisers familiar with the GC32s it was set to be one of the best events of 2019.
04:30
For its third event, the Tour was once again invited to visit Palma to be part of the 38th Copa del Rey MAPFRE, the Mediterraneans most prestigious multi-class regatta. While the other Tour events are usually stand-alone, for GC32s exclusively, in Palma the state of the art foiling catamarans get to showcase themselves to the cream of international monohull racing fleets. What is more, some of the worlds top sailors chose to sail the GC32 foiling catamarans due to the great speeds that they achieve. Ideal foiling conditions for exciting racing on the Bay of Palma helped the teams give their best. Run by the Real Club Náutico de Palma from its magnificent clubhouse and with its welcoming hospitality plus many of the Spanish royal family competing, this is one of the most popular events with the GC32 teams.