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06:00
On this first episode of Inside Superyachts we meet with the Godfather of Superyacht builders – Feadship Yachts. Established in 1849, this Dutch shipyard is not only the number one in the industry but also the most famous of all superyacht builders, having created masterpieces for the likes of Steve Jobs.From the Netherlands we take a trip down to the ultra-discreet Principality of Monaco, host of the greatest yacht show in the world 'The Monaco Yacht Show'. Then, we travel thousands of feet below the sea, exploring the vast ocean with Triton Submarines, utilized by some of films greatest names such as film director James Cameron and presenter David Attenborough.
06:30
From the Godfather of builders to the Grandaddy of designers we visit the studio of Bannenberg & Rowell to unveil the legend that is the late great Jon Bannenberg. Following the winds of change we discuss the growing demand for explorer yachts. We meet London based H2 Design, and learn about the groundbreaking 107m explorer M/Y Ulysses.We continue our theme with EYOS Explorer and DAMEN yachts, the largest and most prolific ship builder on the planet.
07:00
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. 
07:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
08:05
The America's Cup is the oldest trophy in international sport. A competition that remounts to 1851 when an American schooner won a race around the Isle of Wight. Now, it is the pinnacle of yachting: top performance boats and a crew that has to be part machine and part scientist if they want to stand a chance at one of the toughest competitions. To determine who will face the defender of the America's Cup the other teams that seek victory fight the Prada Cup. They have made the latest version of the trophy, special for this occasion. Created by the renowned designer Marc Newson and handcrafted by Florentine silversmiths, only one team will take back home this trophy. Become part of the crew formed by superheroes as they fight to get the advantage and be the fastest in the water. In this race split seconds determine victory, and a single mistake could mean going back home empty-handed. Watch the highlights and best moments of the PRADA America's Cup World Series and the Christmas Regatta, on Nautical Channel. 
09:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
09:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
10:00
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
10:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
11:00
In this episode we try the American 48 Wallytender X. This boat is perfect for the American market, as it is equipped with 4 powerful outboard motors. But, this is not all. We are also trying out the Pirelli 42 Stesa Raymarine 2. Managed by a quad core processor, you can connect to devices via the NMEA 2000 protocol, meaning you can access information even from a distance, from outside or from home with a tablet or smartphone.
11:30
We are in Carrara, Tuscany. Famous for the marble in the nearby mountains that Michelangelo used for his Statue of David, but also home to the Italian Sea Group. Today we are taking a look at its latest launch: the Admiral 65. After trying out this masterpiece, we go on with another two incredible boats, the Bertram 50 and the Riviera 505 SUV.
12:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
12:05
The moment everyone was waiting for has arrived: the 36th America's Cup has started. Postponed a couple of days due to restrictions, it has finally started with a big start. The defender team started the day with an aggressive start and taking the lead, but Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli came to win this competition. What will happen at the end of this day?  Watch the highlights of the competition.
13:00
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
14:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
14:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
15:00
On this first episode of Inside Superyachts we meet with the Godfather of Superyacht builders – Feadship Yachts. Established in 1849, this Dutch shipyard is not only the number one in the industry but also the most famous of all superyacht builders, having created masterpieces for the likes of Steve Jobs.From the Netherlands we take a trip down to the ultra-discreet Principality of Monaco, host of the greatest yacht show in the world 'The Monaco Yacht Show'. Then, we travel thousands of feet below the sea, exploring the vast ocean with Triton Submarines, utilized by some of films greatest names such as film director James Cameron and presenter David Attenborough.
15:30
From the Godfather of builders to the Grandaddy of designers we visit the studio of Bannenberg & Rowell to unveil the legend that is the late great Jon Bannenberg. Following the winds of change we discuss the growing demand for explorer yachts. We meet London based H2 Design, and learn about the groundbreaking 107m explorer M/Y Ulysses.We continue our theme with EYOS Explorer and DAMEN yachts, the largest and most prolific ship builder on the planet.
16:05
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. 
16:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
17:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
17:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
18:00
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
18:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
19:00
From under the Golden Gate Bridge down to the Santa Cruz Islands the three friends and their little boat are now heading south. However bad weather is on the horizon and signs that the film and the filmmaker are already thinking about abandoning ship are starting to leak through. After a long night of sea sickness, it's time to face reality and see who's going to stick around and who's going to go.
19:30
Now closing in on Mexico and having spent nearly a month at sea, the crew are facing some realities they didn't expect.  It's cold, it's wet, and its nothing like what they were hoping.  Adding to the chaos, Barry is emotionally lost and opens up about what he left behind to go on this trip. As the crew pokes around Catalina Island and down into Mexico a reckoning with what the trip is and what they wanted it to be is on the horizon and with it a new reality of life.
20:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
20:05
Sailing boats have always come in different shapes and size. Whether if they are used for competition, fishing or recreational use, competition has always been at the heart of sport, pushing boundaries in technological advancements.The Extreme Sailing Series combines the top class sailing teams and the advanced innovations in technology, and watching the races becomes a thrill to spectators. With circuits that range through eight global events, the Extreme Sailing Series is breaking boundaries. Follow the journey of boats that are some of the fastest in production and that can reach speeds of just under 40 knots or almost 75 kilometres per hour.
20:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
21:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
22:00
Mitu Monteiro, a Cape Verdean kitesurfer and multi-time world champion, attempts the solo crossing of the twelve volcanic islands of his native archipelago, never accomplished before.Taking on more than 730km of kitesurfing, interspersed with island traverses by only man-powered means totalling approximately 200km, Mitu's challenges lay ahead of him. With a total trajectory of nearly 1,000km and a route that had to be thought and rethought due to wind direction, shark infested waters, and distances that push this athlete to his limit, sweat will flow and his nerves will surely be put to the test.Mitu's maverick journey across marvellous Atlantic waters and beaches, through inhospitable lunar landscapes and the lush vegetation of the volcanic islands is truly a SURFARI on a kite. Relive the whole experience on Nautical Channel.
23:00
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
00:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
00:05
In this episode we try the American 48 Wallytender X. This boat is perfect for the American market, as it is equipped with 4 powerful outboard motors. But, this is not all. We are also trying out the Pirelli 42 Stesa Raymarine 2. Managed by a quad core processor, you can connect to devices via the NMEA 2000 protocol, meaning you can access information even from a distance, from outside or from home with a tablet or smartphone.
00:30
We are in Carrara, Tuscany. Famous for the marble in the nearby mountains that Michelangelo used for his Statue of David, but also home to the Italian Sea Group. Today we are taking a look at its latest launch: the Admiral 65. After trying out this masterpiece, we go on with another two incredible boats, the Bertram 50 and the Riviera 505 SUV.
01:00
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. 
01:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
02:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
02:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
03:00
From under the Golden Gate Bridge down to the Santa Cruz Islands the three friends and their little boat are now heading south. However bad weather is on the horizon and signs that the film and the filmmaker are already thinking about abandoning ship are starting to leak through. After a long night of sea sickness, it's time to face reality and see who's going to stick around and who's going to go.
03:30
Now closing in on Mexico and having spent nearly a month at sea, the crew are facing some realities they didn't expect.  It's cold, it's wet, and its nothing like what they were hoping.  Adding to the chaos, Barry is emotionally lost and opens up about what he left behind to go on this trip. As the crew pokes around Catalina Island and down into Mexico a reckoning with what the trip is and what they wanted it to be is on the horizon and with it a new reality of life.
04:05
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
05:00
On this first episode of Inside Superyachts we meet with the Godfather of Superyacht builders – Feadship Yachts. Established in 1849, this Dutch shipyard is not only the number one in the industry but also the most famous of all superyacht builders, having created masterpieces for the likes of Steve Jobs.From the Netherlands we take a trip down to the ultra-discreet Principality of Monaco, host of the greatest yacht show in the world 'The Monaco Yacht Show'. Then, we travel thousands of feet below the sea, exploring the vast ocean with Triton Submarines, utilized by some of films greatest names such as film director James Cameron and presenter David Attenborough.
05:30
From the Godfather of builders to the Grandaddy of designers we visit the studio of Bannenberg & Rowell to unveil the legend that is the late great Jon Bannenberg. Following the winds of change we discuss the growing demand for explorer yachts. We meet London based H2 Design, and learn about the groundbreaking 107m explorer M/Y Ulysses.We continue our theme with EYOS Explorer and DAMEN yachts, the largest and most prolific ship builder on the planet.
06:00
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
06:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
07:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
07:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
08:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
08:05
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
09:00
In this episode we try the American 48 Wallytender X. This boat is perfect for the American market, as it is equipped with 4 powerful outboard motors. But, this is not all. We are also trying out the Pirelli 42 Stesa Raymarine 2. Managed by a quad core processor, you can connect to devices via the NMEA 2000 protocol, meaning you can access information even from a distance, from outside or from home with a tablet or smartphone.
09:30
We are in Carrara, Tuscany. Famous for the marble in the nearby mountains that Michelangelo used for his Statue of David, but also home to the Italian Sea Group. Today we are taking a look at its latest launch: the Admiral 65. After trying out this masterpiece, we go on with another two incredible boats, the Bertram 50 and the Riviera 505 SUV.
10:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
10:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
11:00
On this first episode of Inside Superyachts we meet with the Godfather of Superyacht builders – Feadship Yachts. Established in 1849, this Dutch shipyard is not only the number one in the industry but also the most famous of all superyacht builders, having created masterpieces for the likes of Steve Jobs.From the Netherlands we take a trip down to the ultra-discreet Principality of Monaco, host of the greatest yacht show in the world 'The Monaco Yacht Show'. Then, we travel thousands of feet below the sea, exploring the vast ocean with Triton Submarines, utilized by some of films greatest names such as film director James Cameron and presenter David Attenborough.
11:30
From the Godfather of builders to the Grandaddy of designers we visit the studio of Bannenberg & Rowell to unveil the legend that is the late great Jon Bannenberg. Following the winds of change we discuss the growing demand for explorer yachts. We meet London based H2 Design, and learn about the groundbreaking 107m explorer M/Y Ulysses.We continue our theme with EYOS Explorer and DAMEN yachts, the largest and most prolific ship builder on the planet.
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
13:00
From under the Golden Gate Bridge down to the Santa Cruz Islands the three friends and their little boat are now heading south. However bad weather is on the horizon and signs that the film and the filmmaker are already thinking about abandoning ship are starting to leak through. After a long night of sea sickness, it's time to face reality and see who's going to stick around and who's going to go.
13:30
Now closing in on Mexico and having spent nearly a month at sea, the crew are facing some realities they didn't expect.  It's cold, it's wet, and its nothing like what they were hoping.  Adding to the chaos, Barry is emotionally lost and opens up about what he left behind to go on this trip. As the crew pokes around Catalina Island and down into Mexico a reckoning with what the trip is and what they wanted it to be is on the horizon and with it a new reality of life.
14:00
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. 
14:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
15:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
15:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
16:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
16:05
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
16:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
17:00
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
17:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
18:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
19:00
Speed is the name of the game in this episode as we visit Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts, renowned builder of record breaking, fast, lightweight aluminium superyachts. We talk to naval architects 'Omega' and we get an onboard look at the racing colour design of M/Y Aurelia, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell. Finally, no yacht would be complete without the latest technology and fastest onboard gadgets. We discover just what's hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
19:30
Italians are known for their quality and style, and their superyachts are no different. Undoubtedly the largest and most famous of Italian builders is Perini Navi, makers of one of the most ecologically friendly superyachts in the world, the Maltese Falcon. We meet with designer Ken Frievokh and engineer Damon Roberts to understand the technology behind their ground-breaking dyna-rig onboard the Maltese Falcon.We then take a look at some of the finest Italian boats built by one of the fastest growing shipyards: Mondomarine. We get an all access introduction to Viareggio's Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
20:05
Lapo is back on land for the Surf and Turf Season finale. He will be meeting the Tuscan Cowboys to learn about Tuscany's beef industry as well as taking to the waters with a local fisherman to fish for sea urchins. On this final episode, Lapo is ready to give his all and prove himself worthy of his captain's approval. Will the Captain finally soften to Lapo?
20:30
Welcome to the third episode of sun-drenched Sail-Ho Croatia! We are on the beautiful island of Hvar getting a little bit tipsy, but seriously the wine here is so good and so is the food. For the ultimate refreshment we have the appetizing crystal-clear sea around us, and we cannot refuse a dip in its warm waters.
21:00
Welcome to Season 7 of The Boat Show. In this first episode we travel to Turkey to try out the Chameleon Craft CC10 GT. The concept result is the work of the British studio Anders Design, who also created the Maltese Falcon tender. Also, we're going to show you the latest from Deep Impact: the Deep Impact 369. We finish our episode today with the Blackwater 43SF and the Dehler 30, a boat for offshore regattas with reduced crew.
21:30
We are in Detroit, in the United States. This city is known as the automobile capital of the US and home to Ilmor, the manufacturer or a very special engine. Get onboard this new episode of The Boat Show as we learn more about its history and try out the latest boats in the nautical industry. In this episode, we are trying out the ZF USA Ilmor 03 and the Beneteau Monte Carlo 52.
22:00
Welcome to the Boat Show! The program that brings us every week the world of boating to our screen. In tonight's episode, we'll hop into the Palm Beach GT 60: an extraordinary boat with the incredible background of Miami. Then, we will go on a ride on the brand new Jaguar J-43, the world champion powerboat. As this is not enough for the Boat Show, we dive into the Center Console Miami in the Miami Boat Show. Jump on board!
22:30
A couple of years ago we tried the Marlin 24 SR, and it was more successful than we expected. Now, it is time to try the Marlin 24 X and see how much the manufacturer Marlin Boat has improved throughout the years. This episode is special because we center in three more boats: the Volvo Penta ips 900 imo VEGA I, the Vandalize V 305 SS and the Bering 70 Hysucat 8.5. Which are we going to like the most? Find it out on tonight's episode.
23:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
00:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
00:05
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
00:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
01:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
01:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
02:00
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
03:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
03:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
04:05
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. 
04:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
05:00
From under the Golden Gate Bridge down to the Santa Cruz Islands the three friends and their little boat are now heading south. However bad weather is on the horizon and signs that the film and the filmmaker are already thinking about abandoning ship are starting to leak through. After a long night of sea sickness, it's time to face reality and see who's going to stick around and who's going to go.
05:30
Now closing in on Mexico and having spent nearly a month at sea, the crew are facing some realities they didn't expect.  It's cold, it's wet, and its nothing like what they were hoping.  Adding to the chaos, Barry is emotionally lost and opens up about what he left behind to go on this trip. As the crew pokes around Catalina Island and down into Mexico a reckoning with what the trip is and what they wanted it to be is on the horizon and with it a new reality of life.
06:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
07:00
Speed is the name of the game in this episode as we visit Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts, renowned builder of record breaking, fast, lightweight aluminium superyachts. We talk to naval architects 'Omega' and we get an onboard look at the racing colour design of M/Y Aurelia, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell. Finally, no yacht would be complete without the latest technology and fastest onboard gadgets. We discover just what's hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
07:30
Italians are known for their quality and style, and their superyachts are no different. Undoubtedly the largest and most famous of Italian builders is Perini Navi, makers of one of the most ecologically friendly superyachts in the world, the Maltese Falcon. We meet with designer Ken Frievokh and engineer Damon Roberts to understand the technology behind their ground-breaking dyna-rig onboard the Maltese Falcon.We then take a look at some of the finest Italian boats built by one of the fastest growing shipyards: Mondomarine. We get an all access introduction to Viareggio's Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
08:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
08:05
Welcome to Season 7 of The Boat Show. In this first episode we travel to Turkey to try out the Chameleon Craft CC10 GT. The concept result is the work of the British studio Anders Design, who also created the Maltese Falcon tender. Also, we're going to show you the latest from Deep Impact: the Deep Impact 369. We finish our episode today with the Blackwater 43SF and the Dehler 30, a boat for offshore regattas with reduced crew.
08:30
We are in Detroit, in the United States. This city is known as the automobile capital of the US and home to Ilmor, the manufacturer or a very special engine. Get onboard this new episode of The Boat Show as we learn more about its history and try out the latest boats in the nautical industry. In this episode, we are trying out the ZF USA Ilmor 03 and the Beneteau Monte Carlo 52.
09:00
We are set to visit the rich in tradition village of Olimpos and to swim in the clear waters of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Then, we will discover some of the secrets by the seabed of the island and the creatures that inhabit them. This episode would not be complete without trying a watersport, so we will try to fly on to a kitesurf. Will you fly away with us? 
09:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
11:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
11:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
12:05
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
12:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
13:00
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. 
13:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
14:00
From under the Golden Gate Bridge down to the Santa Cruz Islands the three friends and their little boat are now heading south. However bad weather is on the horizon and signs that the film and the filmmaker are already thinking about abandoning ship are starting to leak through. After a long night of sea sickness, it's time to face reality and see who's going to stick around and who's going to go.
14:30
Now closing in on Mexico and having spent nearly a month at sea, the crew are facing some realities they didn't expect.  It's cold, it's wet, and its nothing like what they were hoping.  Adding to the chaos, Barry is emotionally lost and opens up about what he left behind to go on this trip. As the crew pokes around Catalina Island and down into Mexico a reckoning with what the trip is and what they wanted it to be is on the horizon and with it a new reality of life.
15:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
16:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
16:05
Speed is the name of the game in this episode as we visit Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts, renowned builder of record breaking, fast, lightweight aluminium superyachts. We talk to naval architects 'Omega' and we get an onboard look at the racing colour design of M/Y Aurelia, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell. Finally, no yacht would be complete without the latest technology and fastest onboard gadgets. We discover just what's hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
16:30
Italians are known for their quality and style, and their superyachts are no different. Undoubtedly the largest and most famous of Italian builders is Perini Navi, makers of one of the most ecologically friendly superyachts in the world, the Maltese Falcon. We meet with designer Ken Frievokh and engineer Damon Roberts to understand the technology behind their ground-breaking dyna-rig onboard the Maltese Falcon.We then take a look at some of the finest Italian boats built by one of the fastest growing shipyards: Mondomarine. We get an all access introduction to Viareggio's Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
17:00
Welcome to Season 7 of The Boat Show. In this first episode we travel to Turkey to try out the Chameleon Craft CC10 GT. The concept result is the work of the British studio Anders Design, who also created the Maltese Falcon tender. Also, we're going to show you the latest from Deep Impact: the Deep Impact 369. We finish our episode today with the Blackwater 43SF and the Dehler 30, a boat for offshore regattas with reduced crew.
17:30
We are in Detroit, in the United States. This city is known as the automobile capital of the US and home to Ilmor, the manufacturer or a very special engine. Get onboard this new episode of The Boat Show as we learn more about its history and try out the latest boats in the nautical industry. In this episode, we are trying out the ZF USA Ilmor 03 and the Beneteau Monte Carlo 52.
18:00
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
18:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
19:00
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.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
20:05
Lapo and his Captain are sailing to Pianosa, a very remote and exclusive Island. As it is a prison island, boats cannot come within a mile radius. This means Lapo is on a solo mission. Lapo will meet the prisoners who are keeping the island pristine but taking care of it's natural fauna and flora. He will cook with ingredients from the prison garden and learn a secret dish from one of the wardens. Will this impress the Captain?
20:30
Lapo arrives on Giglio Island where he meets a local fisherman who supplies the restaurants with their seafood. On their trip out to sea, Lapo learns about species of the area and how to fish sustainably. He finds his catch when a bunch of girls who come from America come to dine on board. Now, its the right time to remember everything he learnt from the Maestros.
21:00
We take a stroll down the village of Arkansa, in the middle of Karpathos. The village is loved by tourists who have been coming for over 20 years. Then, we are going to explore some of the ruins of the island, starting in the north in the ancient Vrikous. The island is filled with Ancient Greek ruins we cannot miss on before boarding on a windsurf experience. With the Meltemi wind, Karpathos has become a windsurfing paradise. 
21:30
We venture into Kenya's wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the  Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
22:00
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
22:30
In this episode, Andi arrives to the ancient Arabic town of Lamu. She is about to discover what dhow culture means to the people of Kenya. She spends three days with the incredible Ali Lamu, dhow builder and carpenter who is trying to save the lost art of dhow building. A unique experience will reveal many secrets of the location and this traditional work that is getting lost amongst younger people.
23:00
Tidal follows the journey of Lisa Beasley. After she suffered a horrible BASE jumping accident, she struggles to return to the ocean, but ends convincing herself to venture back into the water. Lisa's journey begins with a childhood love of water and sea life. Lucky of surviving the accident, she must now face an immense recovery period that brings her closer to her mother as well as her first love: the sea.  As Lisa struggles to find an exercise she can handle, she starts discovering the beauty surrounding Cape Town's ocean. The tidal pools in particular became very meaningful to Lisa's recovery, and she must now work to protect them from the harmful historical cleaning protocols that kill the marine life she has come to love.  Watch Lisa's inspirational transformation and realisation of the beauty of the ocean in this impactful documentary that reminds us of the importance of self-recovery and reconnection with the ocean. Available on Nautical Channel.  
23:30
With 1000 miles of coastline and 250 miles of world class beaches, to many people the Dominican Republic is known as a tropical paradise. Pounding surf, ideal beaches and warm raging water. This week on Facing Waves, we're paddling the Dominican Republic. Luke Hopkins takes his stand up paddleboard on an exploratory journey along the coast, through the rivers, and in the surf that surrounds this idyllic scenery. Come join us!
00:05
Skippers have made their way up South America and are getting ready to push to the end in the Vendée Globe. Soon, they will cross the Equator and get back on the Northern Hemisphere, and that is good news for all. One of the boats had to return to his home port, so the lead of the Vendée Globe has changed. 
00:30
Finally. The last week of the Vendée Globe is here. Just five days from home, the Vendée Globe prepares the most unpredictable outcome in history. Three boats within 60 miles of each other, 3 sailors with hunger for victory and one destination: Sables d'Olonne. The final stretch promises to be thrilling and full of uncertainty. 
01:00
Speed is the name of the game in this episode as we visit Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts, renowned builder of record breaking, fast, lightweight aluminium superyachts. We talk to naval architects 'Omega' and we get an onboard look at the racing colour design of M/Y Aurelia, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell. Finally, no yacht would be complete without the latest technology and fastest onboard gadgets. We discover just what's hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
01:30
Italians are known for their quality and style, and their superyachts are no different. Undoubtedly the largest and most famous of Italian builders is Perini Navi, makers of one of the most ecologically friendly superyachts in the world, the Maltese Falcon. We meet with designer Ken Frievokh and engineer Damon Roberts to understand the technology behind their ground-breaking dyna-rig onboard the Maltese Falcon.We then take a look at some of the finest Italian boats built by one of the fastest growing shipyards: Mondomarine. We get an all access introduction to Viareggio's Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
02:00
The competition in the PRADA 36th America's Cup has come to an end, but we cannot leave without a tribute. In The Last Call Documentary, we go back in time to see the best moments and talk with the characters that define the present and future of the America's Cup. From the preparation for the PRADA Cup to the result in the 36th America's Cup Match find it all out. 
03:00
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. 
03:30
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world's leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.
04:00
Plunge into the action with NC Sports! Your weekly update on the wild world of water sports. Get the full story with results and key insights from around the globe, and meet the water tribes up close. Where the legends are born.
04:05
We take a stroll down the village of Arkansa, in the middle of Karpathos. The village is loved by tourists who have been coming for over 20 years. Then, we are going to explore some of the ruins of the island, starting in the north in the ancient Vrikous. The island is filled with Ancient Greek ruins we cannot miss on before boarding on a windsurf experience. With the Meltemi wind, Karpathos has become a windsurfing paradise. 
04:30
We venture into Kenya's wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the  Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
05:00
Welcome to Season 7 of The Boat Show. In this first episode we travel to Turkey to try out the Chameleon Craft CC10 GT. The concept result is the work of the British studio Anders Design, who also created the Maltese Falcon tender. Also, we're going to show you the latest from Deep Impact: the Deep Impact 369. We finish our episode today with the Blackwater 43SF and the Dehler 30, a boat for offshore regattas with reduced crew.
05:30
We are in Detroit, in the United States. This city is known as the automobile capital of the US and home to Ilmor, the manufacturer or a very special engine. Get onboard this new episode of The Boat Show as we learn more about its history and try out the latest boats in the nautical industry. In this episode, we are trying out the ZF USA Ilmor 03 and the Beneteau Monte Carlo 52.