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06:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
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
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
07:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
08:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
08:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
09:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
09:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
10:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
10:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
11:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
12:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
13:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
13:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
14:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
15:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
15:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
16:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
16:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
17:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
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
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
18:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
19:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
20:00
Today we are in Pietarsaari, 65 degrees north latitude, in Finland. We came all the way to try one of the most beautiful boats in the world: the Swan. Then, we move to Sardinia to test a boat that has much to offer. The Karnic SL602 surprises people worldwide. Come join us!
20:30
We are in the final episode of this season of The Boat Show! To say goodbye to this season, we get onboard the Sacs Rebel 47 Open. Then we move to Portofino, famous for its enchanting beauty, notoriety and boats. This one in particular built by Chris Craft is the Capri 21, and we are testing it on the water. Finally, we will be discovering the Saona 47 from Fountaine Pajot, a French Boatyard.
21:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
21:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
22:00
Boating returns with one of the most important boat shows in the world. More than 800 exhibitors will be focusing for the next couple of days on innovation and the environment involving the nautical world. We will be discovering the latest in equipment, vessels and industry in the French capital.Welcome to the Paris Boat Show!
22:30
The second episode of Salon Nautique Paris 2021 returns to Nautical Channel to dive into one of the most important boat shows in the world. More than 800 exhibitors with a focus on innovation and the environment have docked in the Paris Boat Show. Lets explore the trends that are developing the nautical industry in the heart of France!
23:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
23:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
00:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
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
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
02:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
03:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
03:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
04:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
05:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
05:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
06:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
06:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
07:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
08:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
08:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
09:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
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
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
11:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
11:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
12:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
12:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
13:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
14:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
14:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
15:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
15:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
16:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
17:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
17:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
18:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
18:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
19:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
20:00
The much awaited 20th edition of the Karujet has finally roared through the island of Guadeloupe. With the world's top guns of Jet Ski racing on the pitch, these daredevils ploughed through waves at speeds of up to 80 knots. Competition is rough as some participants break down and return to the beach with broken bones, others just give up, while the remaining brave riders fight to the end!The event takes place in no other than the festive and colorful Caribbean island, Guadeloupe. To bring this event to life, people from all over the world join to create what is becoming the biggest nautical event for Jet Ski lovers of the year.As competitors speed across the ocean, firm land spectators await in an exciting celebration. Who will become this years champion? Join Nautical channel as we follow the 20th edition of what might be the last Karujet.
20:30
Welcome to La Spezia Gulf, where a long tradition for sailing and boats is well known. Our goal today is to train with children, introducing them to the sea concept and far beyond the sail concept. After scuba diving, sailing and trying our best with the stand-up paddle board, we will continue exploring the Gulf of Poets. Are you joining us?
21:00
We venture into Kenyas 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.
21:30
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.
22:00
The Dangerous Waters crewmembers will ride an epic adventure like no other on their JetSki. Their world-first adventure is plagued with wildlife, wicked waters, tropical storms and new unknown challenges they will have to overcome. As the conditions worsen, crewmembers are forced to drastically take decisions in an environment where not all will get to their final destination.Become part of the crew as they battle the elements on their JetSkis, on Nautical Channel.
23:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
23:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
00:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
00:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
02:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
02:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
03:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
04:00
We venture into Kenyas 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.
04:30
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.
05:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
05:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
06:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
06:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
07:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
07:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
08:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
09:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
09:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
10:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
11:00
We venture into Kenyas 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.
11:30
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.
12:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
13:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
13:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
14:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
14:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
15:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
15:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
16:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
16:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
17:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
18:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
19:00
We venture into Kenyas 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.
19:30
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.
20:00
“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.
20:30
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!”.
21:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
22:00
After a horrible crash in Nazaré that almost took her life, big wave surfer Maya Gabeira fights to overcome physical and mental obstacles and return to surf the giant waves again.Maya Gabeira, the Brazilian surfer that was close to death in 2013 in Nazaré due to big waves. She had to be rescued by lifeguards who struggled to get her out of waves that didnt stop coming. After recovering physically and emotionally of the shock, she's ready to return to Nazaré to overcome the same obstacles that almost took her life years ago.Her determination is undeniable, as is the danger of tempting fate twice. However, once in Nazaré, will she have the strength needed to surf deathly waves?Follow her inspiring story in Maya Gabeira – Return to Nazaré.
22:30
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.
23:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
23:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
00:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
00:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
02:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
03:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
03:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
04:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
05:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!