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05:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
06:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
06:30
Perilous Sea is a transcontinental cold-water surfing odyssey capturing the raw spirit, glorious landscapes and pure perfection that arises when conditions align. This incredible story creates moments of cold-water nirvana that rival any across the globe. Inspired by the storytelling style of classic ocean-fairing novels, Perilous Sea follows a group of surfers as they explore the landscapes and waves of the North Atlantic fringes. From the Canadian Maritimes, north to Iceland and beyond to the wave rich coast of Ireland, this award-winning film takes us on a journey to the world of surf. Follow them into the water as they dare to get into the treacherous waters that have taken the lives of many in Perilous Sea: a story of overcoming challenges and spirituality.
07:00
After capsizing on the Mini Transat 2013, despite a good start, Ian Lipinski is back in 2015 and wins the race. Now, he returns, determined to win the new Mini Transat edition of 2017. Come aboard a 21 ft. long sailboat and live the Mini Transat race from the inside, where only the sea adventurers have access. From port to port, from defeat to victory, taking the form of a modern diary – using 360° and GoPro cameras, Ian Lipinskis odyssey reveals the double portrait of a poet and a competitor, making him the rising star of his generation. .
08:25
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
08:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
09:00
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.
09:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
10:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
11:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
11:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
12:00
The town of Jelsa, on the island of Hvar, is situated in the perfect spot for nautical tourism due to its extremely indented coast with numerous bays and islets. The whole island is known since the antiquity due to its important strategic and nautical position as well as cultural monuments and unique nature.
12:05
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
12:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
13:00
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
13:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
14:00
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
14:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
15:00
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.
15:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
16:00
We dive into the islands of the Zadar Archipelago: Olib, Silva, Premuda, Iz, Molat and Ist. These quiet settlements to the north of Zadar are small and are favourite destinations for boaters and recreational fishermen. As it allows tourists to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern lifestyle, they are the ideal scenario for relaxed vacations.
16:05
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
16:30
Perilous Sea is a transcontinental cold-water surfing odyssey capturing the raw spirit, glorious landscapes and pure perfection that arises when conditions align. This incredible story creates moments of cold-water nirvana that rival any across the globe. Inspired by the storytelling style of classic ocean-fairing novels, Perilous Sea follows a group of surfers as they explore the landscapes and waves of the North Atlantic fringes. From the Canadian Maritimes, north to Iceland and beyond to the wave rich coast of Ireland, this award-winning film takes us on a journey to the world of surf. Follow them into the water as they dare to get into the treacherous waters that have taken the lives of many in Perilous Sea: a story of overcoming challenges and spirituality.
17:00
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
17:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
18:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
19:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
19:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
20:05
Mitu Monteiro, a Cape Verdean kitesurfer and multi-time world champion, attempts the solo crossing of the twelve volcanic islands of his native archipelago, never accomplished before.Taking on more than 730km of kitesurfing, interspersed with island traverses by only man-powered means totalling approximately 200km, Mitus challenges lay ahead of him. With a total trajectory of nearly 1,000km and a route that had to be thought and rethought due to wind direction, shark infested waters, and distances that push this athlete to his limit, sweat will flow and his nerves will surely be put to the test.Mitus maverick journey across marvellous Atlantic waters and beaches, through inhospitable lunar landscapes and the lush vegetation of the volcanic islands is truly a SURFARI on a kite. Relive the whole experience on Nautical Channel.
21:00
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.  Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the worlds largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives. Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.
22:00
Undercurrents explores connection and compassion through the eyes of two female surfers as they share their motivation time after time to go back to the water despite cold waves, fears and little reward. Bringing in ideas from the Blue Mind movement and science of mindfulness, get ready to flow with the blue ocean as we explore the relationship with the sea to find out what happens when we pursue what we love. Arlene Maltman is one of first British & European female surfing champions. Natalie Fox is a Yogi, Surf instructor and marine activist. Throughout the film, they share their experiences and relationship with the sea.  Neuroscientist & Mindfulness innovator Dr Tamara Russell & Blue Health Coach / Blue Mind Advocate, Lizzi Larbalestier provide expertise on how our minds and bodies are connected to the ocean and how this can have a benefit to our health and wellbeing.  Awards: New Talent Award – Adventure Uncovered Film Festival 2020. Best Adventure Film – Shexreme Film Festival 2019. .
23:00
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.
23:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
00:05
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
00:30
Perilous Sea is a transcontinental cold-water surfing odyssey capturing the raw spirit, glorious landscapes and pure perfection that arises when conditions align. This incredible story creates moments of cold-water nirvana that rival any across the globe. Inspired by the storytelling style of classic ocean-fairing novels, Perilous Sea follows a group of surfers as they explore the landscapes and waves of the North Atlantic fringes. From the Canadian Maritimes, north to Iceland and beyond to the wave rich coast of Ireland, this award-winning film takes us on a journey to the world of surf. Follow them into the water as they dare to get into the treacherous waters that have taken the lives of many in Perilous Sea: a story of overcoming challenges and spirituality.
01:00
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
01:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
02:00
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
02:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
03:00
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
03:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
04:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
04:05
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.  Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the worlds largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives. Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.
05:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
06:00
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.
06:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
07:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
07:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
08:05
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
08:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
09:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
09:30
Perilous Sea is a transcontinental cold-water surfing odyssey capturing the raw spirit, glorious landscapes and pure perfection that arises when conditions align. This incredible story creates moments of cold-water nirvana that rival any across the globe. Inspired by the storytelling style of classic ocean-fairing novels, Perilous Sea follows a group of surfers as they explore the landscapes and waves of the North Atlantic fringes. From the Canadian Maritimes, north to Iceland and beyond to the wave rich coast of Ireland, this award-winning film takes us on a journey to the world of surf. Follow them into the water as they dare to get into the treacherous waters that have taken the lives of many in Perilous Sea: a story of overcoming challenges and spirituality.
10:00
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
10:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
11:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
12:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
12:05
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.
12:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
13:00
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
13:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
14:00
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.  Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the worlds largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives. Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.
15:00
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
15:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
16:05
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
16:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
17:00
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
18:00
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
18:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
19:00
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
19:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
20:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
20:05
After getting inspired by Chasing Mavericks, a movie featuring Gerard Butler, Of Men and Mavericks covers the story of surfing legends like Peter Mel, Jeff Clark and Mark Foo in their attempts to surf mavericks. They recount their first ventures in the Half Moon Bay spot and how they managed to conquer waves that reached more than 8 meters of height. Their perseverance, enthusiasm and willingness got them time after time into the cold waters of San Francisco to attempt a dangerous task that could have fatal repercussions. Their goal: to surf some of the biggest waves in the world. Follow the path of these brave surfers who leave it all behind to surf big waves, on Nautical Channel. .
21:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
21:30
Matt Bromley is a renowned big wave surfer. Ollie Swart is a chef. Together, the two best friends will embark on an adventure down Cape Towns coastline. Foraging for food and looking for the best surf spots, Surfs Cooking brings gastronomy to the surfing world with this beautiful friendship. Both friends will have to quickly adapt and learn about each other. For Matt Bromley, learning about foraging for food and how to cook it properly will become challenging, and Ollie Swart will have to surf past the obstacles in this nautical sport. Will they be ready to share their passion between them? Watch their adventure in South Africa on Nautical Channel. .
22:00
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 seasons 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 sports greatest athletes.
22:30
A group of brave kayakers get on a plane and fly all the way from Europe to Costa Rica looking for exciting adventures and fast rapids. In Chasing Jaguars, this group of friends will discover the nature and wildlife of the Costa Rican Whitewater paradise.  This unforgettable kayak-experience in Costa Rica takes us to the middle of the jungle between snakes and wild animals as the group chase after jaguars in the wild depth of the tropical landscape. They will go against fast waters, challenge heat and cold waters and enjoy a trip of a lifetime.  Join them in Chasing Jaguars, on Nautical Channel. .
23:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
23:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
00:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
00:05
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
01:00
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.  Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the worlds largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives. Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.
02:00
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.
02:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
03:00
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
03:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
04:05
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
04:30
Matt Bromley is a renowned big wave surfer. Ollie Swart is a chef. Together, the two best friends will embark on an adventure down Cape Towns coastline. Foraging for food and looking for the best surf spots, Surfs Cooking brings gastronomy to the surfing world with this beautiful friendship. Both friends will have to quickly adapt and learn about each other. For Matt Bromley, learning about foraging for food and how to cook it properly will become challenging, and Ollie Swart will have to surf past the obstacles in this nautical sport. Will they be ready to share their passion between them? Watch their adventure in South Africa on Nautical Channel. .
05:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
05:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
06:00
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
06:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
07:00
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
07:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
08:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
08:05
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.  Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the worlds largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives. Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.
09:00
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
09:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
10:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
10:30
Matt Bromley is a renowned big wave surfer. Ollie Swart is a chef. Together, the two best friends will embark on an adventure down Cape Towns coastline. Foraging for food and looking for the best surf spots, Surfs Cooking brings gastronomy to the surfing world with this beautiful friendship. Both friends will have to quickly adapt and learn about each other. For Matt Bromley, learning about foraging for food and how to cook it properly will become challenging, and Ollie Swart will have to surf past the obstacles in this nautical sport. Will they be ready to share their passion between them? Watch their adventure in South Africa on Nautical Channel. .
11:00
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.
11:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
12:05
We are in Cocoa Beach, this time to enjoy the Offshore Powerboats race happening in the Florida coastline. We've got the best powerboat racers from around the world coming together for the first time to battle in a series of races across the United States. This weekend, we have a famous appearance you might not expect coming up.
13:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
13:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
14:00
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
14:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
15:00
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
15:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
16:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
16:05
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
16:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
17:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .
17:30
Matt Bromley is a renowned big wave surfer. Ollie Swart is a chef. Together, the two best friends will embark on an adventure down Cape Towns coastline. Foraging for food and looking for the best surf spots, Surfs Cooking brings gastronomy to the surfing world with this beautiful friendship. Both friends will have to quickly adapt and learn about each other. For Matt Bromley, learning about foraging for food and how to cook it properly will become challenging, and Ollie Swart will have to surf past the obstacles in this nautical sport. Will they be ready to share their passion between them? Watch their adventure in South Africa on Nautical Channel. .
18:00
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.
18:30
Located between Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg and the Norwegian border archipelago of the Swedish west coast invites us to explore some of its 8000 islands. We'll also take our time to emerge in downtown city paddling and canoeing on a 150 year old aquaduct in Bohuslän. Facing Waves host, Ulrika Larsson, reveals her favourite paddling waters along the rugged granite coast in West Sweden during all four seasons.
19:00
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
19:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
20:05
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 USA AquaX Championship.
21:00
The AquaX competition continues its Round 2 on Cocoa Beach, Florida. Jet skies rush into the water at vertiginous speeds in the latest competition of the Championship. So far, challengers have only tested the water once, but they know the level is high and they will have to give their all in this competition in order to win. Find out what happens at Cocoa Beach.
21:30
The exhilarating sport of powerboat racing is on in this first episode of the UIM SuperStock category. Cocoa Beach in Florida is the chosen scenery for the ultimate challenge in racing. This year, the P1 Panthers have a new look with canopies to make them safer and faster. Find out more about the race that is taking place in Cocoa Beach now.
22:00
There's only one boat race in the world where two-man teams blast up southern Australia's Murray River in aluminium dinghies at speeds of over 80kph. This river is not only known for dividing Victoria from New South Wales and for being Australias longest river, but also for being full of dangerous obstacles. Up the Creek challenges competing teams to speed up Murray Rivers challenging water in a competition like no other. Find out now what will happen in this competition that explores Australias nature in depth, on Nautical Channel. .
22:30
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.
23:00
For this first episode of Maxiboat, we focus on two original motorboats: the Foiler from the Enata shipyard (UAE), which flies on the sea thanks to foils, and the Tringaboat, an incredible French powerboat that can go on the road. Also in the summary, a test of the brand new Jeanneau 60 sailboat, an interview with the world tennis star Rafael Nadal aboard his Sunreef 80 motor yacht in Mallorca and a report on Bali catamarans shipyard.
23:30
For this second episode of Maxiboat, we will discover a new French shipyard specialized in eco-responsible sailing catamarans: Windelo catamaran. Also, we will be updated on the construction of the Ultim racing multihulls, the giants of the seas that will participate in the next offshore races. Also on the agenda, sea trials on the BWA and Marshall range of rib boats.
00:05
In this months episode, we travel to Gizzerias Hang Loose Beach, the electrifying, made-to-order venue for Kitesurfing. Every year riders from over the world gather to take part in one of the most thrilling sporting events. Famous for its world-class sailing conditions but also renowned for its great facilities, the mouth-watering traditional Calabrian food along with its nightlife, Hang Loose Beach is a fantastic spot, not only for the athletes but also their friends and families.
00:30
The French Polynesia is world famous not only for its clear blue waters, but also for the quality of its waves to the delight of worldwide surfers. These waves are generated by the swell; an undulating movement of the sea surface that advances as it does not break.  If the French Polynesia is one of the kingdoms of surfing, it is thanks to its geographical location. Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, this group of five archipelagos cover an area as vast as Europe and benefit all year round from swells generated by the four winds.   The conditions are therefore ideal for the many wave lovers: surfers, windsurfers, bodyboarders... but in order for them to enjoy these conditions, knowledge of marine forecasting is essential. This is where the Polynesian branch of Météo France takes place, including amongst their team swell specialists as Kenji Flohr, a Polynesian forecaster and surfer. His mission is to anticipate the waves that will break on the Polynesian coasts, by analysing the swells, their direction, period, energy, length, and dimensions. The expertise of this surfer forecaster enables to popularize a set of advanced analyses. This makes this didactic documentary accessible to all. And thanks to Kenji Flohrs crystal clear explanations like the water of the Pacific Ocean, this complex system becomes clear and above all… fascinating. Learn more about the Tahitian Swell and the scientific approach for predicting waves, available on Nautical Channel.
01:00
The region of Imotski is a historical name for the area. We are determined in today's episode to visit this region and a town straight out of a fairytale - magical Imotski. Well indulge in natural beauties and set off across the sea to the islands of Iž, Molat and Dugi otok. Stay with us and find out more about this wonderful area!
01:30
In this episode of Sail-Ho Croatia we are continuing our adventure journeying through beautiful islands of the Zadar archipelago. We will first stop in Biograd, the host of the largest Boat Show in this part of Europe. After that, well visit the stunning islands of Olib, Silba and Premuda and head over to Ugljan and Pašman. Stay with us!
02:00
The AquaX competition continues its Round 2 on Cocoa Beach, Florida. Jet skies rush into the water at vertiginous speeds in the latest competition of the Championship. So far, challengers have only tested the water once, but they know the level is high and they will have to give their all in this competition in order to win. Find out what happens at Cocoa Beach.
02:30
The exhilarating sport of powerboat racing is on in this first episode of the UIM SuperStock category. Cocoa Beach in Florida is the chosen scenery for the ultimate challenge in racing. This year, the P1 Panthers have a new look with canopies to make them safer and faster. Find out more about the race that is taking place in Cocoa Beach now.
03:00
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
03:30
Discover the beauty of the Croatian coast in the third season of Sail-Ho! Be bewitched by the countrys charm in this enchanting journey across hidden castles, untouched beaches and breathtaking landscapes and treat yourself to some of the most delicious dishes of traditional Croatian cuisine. Croatias secrets and veiled magic are just about to be revealed.
04:00
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.
04:05
Taking place every two years, the Fastnet Race circles around the Fastnet Rock in the south of Ireland. This year, sailors will cross the English Channel towards Port Chantereyne, in France, meaning instead of the usual 608 nautical miles they will face 695 miles. The Rolex Fastnet Race is considered a challenging race, and unquestionably one of the greatest events in the international yachting calendar.Watch the highlights of the 2021 competition.
04:30
We start in South Korea in order to follow one of the three major yachting competitions in Asia. We will be taking in all the action at the Yisunin Cup international Yacht Race. We will also cover the 2020 Busan Super Cup International Yacht Race and learn more about leading Greek RS:X athlete Byron Kokkalanis. Discover the character behind the athlete and be part his preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
05:00
Each season, the top 5 men and 3 women from this region automatically qualify for the Challenger Series. The WQS (Womens Qualifying Series) is set to happen in South Africa, becoming a staple for womens outdoor sports. As it continues to push womens surfing further each year, the WQS Surf Series in South Africa provides an opportunity to help surfers qualify in the only all-womens QS in South Africa.  Watch these female athletes compete to assure a spot in the World Championship in the African country, on Nautical Channel. .