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06:00
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.  
06:30
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!
07:00
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. 
07:30
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. 
08:05
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. 
09:00
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.
09:30
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.
10:00
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. 
10:30
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.
11:00
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. 
11:30
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.
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
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.
12:30
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.
13:00
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.
13:30
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.
14:00
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. 
15:00
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.
15:30
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.
16:05
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.  
16:30
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!
17:00
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents.In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
18:00
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. 
18:30
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.
19:00
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. 
19:30
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.
20:05
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. 
20:30
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. 
21:00
To date, the VENDÉE GLOBE is the only solo sailing race around the world that is non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe that initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968.  44,996 kilometres, or 24,296 miles. That is the circumference of the Earth. The Vendée Globe accomplishes in 74 days this planetary voyage as participants sail down the Atlantic, across the Indian and face the challenges of the Pacific Ocean. The public refer to this arduous competition as the Everest of the seas, and this 9th edition will see 33 contenders depart from Les Sables-d' Olonne to take part in a life changing competition. In this year's edition, sailors had to overcome storms, take advantage of high winds and competition has never been this close at the end as three skippers that are just 60 miles apart rush to cross the finish line first. Who ended up getting proclaimed the champion of one of the hardest sailing races in the world? Find it out on Nautical Channel.  
22:00
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.
23:00
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.
23:30
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.
00:05
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.  
00:30
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!
01:00
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. 
02:00
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.
02:30
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.
03:00
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. 
04:05
To date, the VENDÉE GLOBE is the only solo sailing race around the world that is non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe that initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968.  44,996 kilometres, or 24,296 miles. That is the circumference of the Earth. The Vendée Globe accomplishes in 74 days this planetary voyage as participants sail down the Atlantic, across the Indian and face the challenges of the Pacific Ocean. The public refer to this arduous competition as the Everest of the seas, and this 9th edition will see 33 contenders depart from Les Sables-d' Olonne to take part in a life changing competition. In this year's edition, sailors had to overcome storms, take advantage of high winds and competition has never been this close at the end as three skippers that are just 60 miles apart rush to cross the finish line first. Who ended up getting proclaimed the champion of one of the hardest sailing races in the world? Find it out on Nautical Channel.  
05:00
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. 
05:30
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.
06:00
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.
06:30
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.
07:00
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. 
07:30
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.
08:05
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.
08:30
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.
09:00
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.  
09:30
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!
10:00
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.
10:30
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.
11:00
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. 
11:30
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.
12:05
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.
12:30
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.
13:00
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. 
14:00
To date, the VENDÉE GLOBE is the only solo sailing race around the world that is non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe that initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968.  44,996 kilometres, or 24,296 miles. That is the circumference of the Earth. The Vendée Globe accomplishes in 74 days this planetary voyage as participants sail down the Atlantic, across the Indian and face the challenges of the Pacific Ocean. The public refer to this arduous competition as the Everest of the seas, and this 9th edition will see 33 contenders depart from Les Sables-d' Olonne to take part in a life changing competition. In this year's edition, sailors had to overcome storms, take advantage of high winds and competition has never been this close at the end as three skippers that are just 60 miles apart rush to cross the finish line first. Who ended up getting proclaimed the champion of one of the hardest sailing races in the world? Find it out on Nautical Channel.  
15:00
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. 
16:05
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.
16:30
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.
17:00
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. 
17:30
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.
18:00
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.
18:30
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.
19:00
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. 
20:05
Surfing has ceased a long time ago to be considered a niche sport. As the mainstream industry discovers its potential for selling clothes, trips and a whole set of 'lifestyle' products, there are those who appreciate it for what it is in its purest form – a direct connection to mother nature.  We accompany Big Wave surfer Alex Botelho and some of his friends to meet surfers who balance their love for the ocean and nature with a professional career in the sport. Mar is a tale of discovery, triumph and (almost) tragedy, but above all it is a life affirming pledge to positive vibes in and out of the line-up.  Get ready to soak up a new conception of the world of surf as Alex Botelho unveils concepts unknown for the mainstream audience, available on Nautical Channel. Awards: Best Feature Documentary – Best Istanbul Film Festival 2021. Official Selections 2021: Ocean Film Festival World Tour, International Ocean Film Festival. 
21:00
The two-time world wave sailing champion Marcilio Browne, originally from Brazil, has decided to make the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to pursue his passion. Dis.Traction follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season's final contest where the greatest windsurfers compete for the ultimate prize.Following the end of contest season, Marcilio and fellow wave sailing champion Morgan Noireaux take to the mountains, or rather to the volcano for some alternative action. As the island is exposed to heavy ground swells from many directions, Marcilio and his friends are always looking for ideal spots to practice.Dis.Traction is a rollercoaster ride of action and an authentic insight into the perspective of a seasoned professional windsurfer. Shot on location it features the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Island of Maui and showcases appearances of some of the sport's greatest athletes.
21:30
The fourth largest island nation in the Caribbean, Jamaica is a tropicla paradise known worldwide for beautiful beaches, jerk chicken and for being the place where reggae was created. Even though the surfing scene here is surprisingly small and undeveloped, surfers are passionate as any. This week on Facing Waves we will be paddling Jamaica with Ken Whiting.
22:00
190 miles of paddling route. The Great Calusa Blueway Paddling Trail makes its way through the coastal water and inland tributaries of Lee Country in Florida. It is home to a wide range of marine life and birds, and it offers a unique experience for all types of paddlers. Luke Hopkins and Anne Pagano will explore one of the world's great water trails by stand up paddle board in this week's episode of Facing Waves.
22:30
Stretching 360 miles along the Pacific Ocean, the Oregon coast is well known for it's beautiful towns and dramatic shorelines. The coast itself is divided into three unique regions called the North Coast, Central Coast and South Coast. It has earned the name of the wild river's coast, and combined, it is an outdoor adventure travellers paradise with endless opportunities. Get onboard as we discover the Oregon Coast paddling with the waves.
23:00
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. 
23:30
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.
00:05
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. 
00:30
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.
01:00
To date, the VENDÉE GLOBE is the only solo sailing race around the world that is non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe that initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968.  44,996 kilometres, or 24,296 miles. That is the circumference of the Earth. The Vendée Globe accomplishes in 74 days this planetary voyage as participants sail down the Atlantic, across the Indian and face the challenges of the Pacific Ocean. The public refer to this arduous competition as the Everest of the seas, and this 9th edition will see 33 contenders depart from Les Sables-d' Olonne to take part in a life changing competition. In this year's edition, sailors had to overcome storms, take advantage of high winds and competition has never been this close at the end as three skippers that are just 60 miles apart rush to cross the finish line first. Who ended up getting proclaimed the champion of one of the hardest sailing races in the world? Find it out on Nautical Channel.  
02:00
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.
02:30
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.
03:00
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.
03:30
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.
04:05
The two-time world wave sailing champion Marcilio Browne, originally from Brazil, has decided to make the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to pursue his passion. Dis.Traction follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season's final contest where the greatest windsurfers compete for the ultimate prize.Following the end of contest season, Marcilio and fellow wave sailing champion Morgan Noireaux take to the mountains, or rather to the volcano for some alternative action. As the island is exposed to heavy ground swells from many directions, Marcilio and his friends are always looking for ideal spots to practice.Dis.Traction is a rollercoaster ride of action and an authentic insight into the perspective of a seasoned professional windsurfer. Shot on location it features the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Island of Maui and showcases appearances of some of the sport's greatest athletes.
04:30
The fourth largest island nation in the Caribbean, Jamaica is a tropicla paradise known worldwide for beautiful beaches, jerk chicken and for being the place where reggae was created. Even though the surfing scene here is surprisingly small and undeveloped, surfers are passionate as any. This week on Facing Waves we will be paddling Jamaica with Ken Whiting.
05:00
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. 
05:30
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.
06:00
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. 
07:00
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. 
08:05
To date, the VENDÉE GLOBE is the only solo sailing race around the world that is non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe that initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968.  44,996 kilometres, or 24,296 miles. That is the circumference of the Earth. The Vendée Globe accomplishes in 74 days this planetary voyage as participants sail down the Atlantic, across the Indian and face the challenges of the Pacific Ocean. The public refer to this arduous competition as the Everest of the seas, and this 9th edition will see 33 contenders depart from Les Sables-d' Olonne to take part in a life changing competition. In this year's edition, sailors had to overcome storms, take advantage of high winds and competition has never been this close at the end as three skippers that are just 60 miles apart rush to cross the finish line first. Who ended up getting proclaimed the champion of one of the hardest sailing races in the world? Find it out on Nautical Channel.  
09:00
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.
09:30
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.
10:00
The two-time world wave sailing champion Marcilio Browne, originally from Brazil, has decided to make the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to pursue his passion. Dis.Traction follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season's final contest where the greatest windsurfers compete for the ultimate prize.Following the end of contest season, Marcilio and fellow wave sailing champion Morgan Noireaux take to the mountains, or rather to the volcano for some alternative action. As the island is exposed to heavy ground swells from many directions, Marcilio and his friends are always looking for ideal spots to practice.Dis.Traction is a rollercoaster ride of action and an authentic insight into the perspective of a seasoned professional windsurfer. Shot on location it features the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Island of Maui and showcases appearances of some of the sport's greatest athletes.
10:30
The fourth largest island nation in the Caribbean, Jamaica is a tropicla paradise known worldwide for beautiful beaches, jerk chicken and for being the place where reggae was created. Even though the surfing scene here is surprisingly small and undeveloped, surfers are passionate as any. This week on Facing Waves we will be paddling Jamaica with Ken Whiting.
11:00
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.
11:30
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.
12:05
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. 
12:30
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.
13:00
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. 
13:30
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.
14:00
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. 
15:00
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.
15:30
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.
16:05
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. 
17:00
The two-time world wave sailing champion Marcilio Browne, originally from Brazil, has decided to make the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to pursue his passion. Dis.Traction follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season's final contest where the greatest windsurfers compete for the ultimate prize.Following the end of contest season, Marcilio and fellow wave sailing champion Morgan Noireaux take to the mountains, or rather to the volcano for some alternative action. As the island is exposed to heavy ground swells from many directions, Marcilio and his friends are always looking for ideal spots to practice.Dis.Traction is a rollercoaster ride of action and an authentic insight into the perspective of a seasoned professional windsurfer. Shot on location it features the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Island of Maui and showcases appearances of some of the sport's greatest athletes.
17:30
The fourth largest island nation in the Caribbean, Jamaica is a tropicla paradise known worldwide for beautiful beaches, jerk chicken and for being the place where reggae was created. Even though the surfing scene here is surprisingly small and undeveloped, surfers are passionate as any. This week on Facing Waves we will be paddling Jamaica with Ken Whiting.
18:00
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.
18:30
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.
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
In this episode, we are in the TwinTip open Worlds in Hangloose beach, Italy where Florian Gruber has defended his title for the 3rd time! Then, we are set to join the Kite World Series in China's Weifang and Pingtan where the fastest foilers are ready to set new records in kite foiling. We finish our journey at the final of the series that took place in Cagliari, Italy where Maxim Nocher has been crowned Champion of the series. 
20:30
In June 2015 something that changed the history of surfing took place in Nias.  For three epic days on the 28th, 29th and 30th some of the heaviest barrels on the planet exploded onto the Indonesian reef. This has resulted in 3 days of surfing madness in Nias, Indonesia as the bravest world surfers dive into the water to battle and catch some of the biggest waves.Featuring world known surfers Luke Dillon, Dave Rastovich, Courtney Conlogue, Anthony Walsh, Damien Healey, Matt Bronley, Justin Bu'ulolo, Alex Bu'ulolo, Jim Burgin, Antoni Dachi, Skeet Durham, Philips, Matt Younis, Rodrigo Sino Leonardo Kessa and more...Don't miss out on 3 days of pumping waves and heavy barrels that will mesmerise you on Nautical Channel.
21:00
Daytona Beach in Florida is the scenery for this episode of speed and excitement. The crowd gathers in the coast to see a pure show of adrenaline in this extreme sport that is attracting everyday new fans who travel the world to see competitions. Become part of the lineup and get ready to get splashed in the latest edition of the P1 Championship.
22:00
When he was a child, Danilo Couto would be scared of going to Ho'okipa as waves used to be 4 or 5 feet high. Not long after, he was the center of attention in a surfing magazine, surfing waves 20 feet high. Danilo has always been about surf, surf, surf and surf. When something becomes a deep passion, anything becomes possible.
22:30
In Hawaii, no one gets recognized in the surf world unless you are tough. And before you are able to surf well in Pipeline or in Jaws, you have to face some losses. This is inevitable, but the ones who manage to accomplish and get past this barrier, leave  a great legacy to generations to follow. And they will teach the next generations, showing them how it has to be done.
23:00
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.
23:30
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.
00:05
The Bass Strait is a strip of water that divides the Australian mainland from Tasmania. Knowing that wild storms make the strait twice as rough as the English Channel, sailors stand in awe of the strong currents.In a death-defying act, two Aussies and a young Californian kneeling on their boards brave the 300 km/186.5mi paddle across the Bass Strait. Their adventure lasts several days with stops on small islands along the way. Apart from sharks, currents and threatening waves, win-or-bust Zeb Walsh, Brad Gaul and Jack Bark face sickness, sore muscles and dehydration.Follow their journey on Nautical Channel. 
01:00
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. 
01:30
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.
02:00
Daytona Beach in Florida is the scenery for this episode of speed and excitement. The crowd gathers in the coast to see a pure show of adrenaline in this extreme sport that is attracting everyday new fans who travel the world to see competitions. Become part of the lineup and get ready to get splashed in the latest edition of the P1 Championship.
03:00
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.
03:30
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.
04:05
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. 
05:00
The two-time world wave sailing champion Marcilio Browne, originally from Brazil, has decided to make the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to pursue his passion. Dis.Traction follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season's final contest where the greatest windsurfers compete for the ultimate prize.Following the end of contest season, Marcilio and fellow wave sailing champion Morgan Noireaux take to the mountains, or rather to the volcano for some alternative action. As the island is exposed to heavy ground swells from many directions, Marcilio and his friends are always looking for ideal spots to practice.Dis.Traction is a rollercoaster ride of action and an authentic insight into the perspective of a seasoned professional windsurfer. Shot on location it features the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Island of Maui and showcases appearances of some of the sport's greatest athletes.
05:30
The fourth largest island nation in the Caribbean, Jamaica is a tropicla paradise known worldwide for beautiful beaches, jerk chicken and for being the place where reggae was created. Even though the surfing scene here is surprisingly small and undeveloped, surfers are passionate as any. This week on Facing Waves we will be paddling Jamaica with Ken Whiting.