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05:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
06:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
07:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
07:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
08:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
08:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
09:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
09:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
10:00
Coming up we are in the US coast, where the crews take on the Pacific from Seattle down to Panama; the fleet transits through one of the modern wonders of the world - the Panama Canal; and finally a testing shorter race through the Caribbean up to the big apple, as the teams converge on New York.
11:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
11:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
12:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
12:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
13:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
13:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
14:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
15:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
16:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
16:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
17:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
17:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
18:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
18:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
19:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
19:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
20:00
Welcome to Poznan in Poland. We are at Lake Malta for the first ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup of 2019. For athletes, a hard winter's training has come to an end and they are ready to test themselves on the world stage to lay down a marker ahead of this season's big focus: the World Championships in Hungary. They are getting ready to race for their country at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Who will be making an impact in this first event? Discover the best moments of the 2019 Canoe Sprint World Cup in Poland.
20:30
We are in Duisburg, Germany, for the second ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup of 2019. Those who raced in Poznan last weekend had a big opportunity to lay down a marker and get the international respect, and now they have one more time to push themselves to the limit and improve their rankings before the World Championships in Hungary. Dive into the second leg of the 2019 Sprint World Cup, in  Duisburg.
21:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
22:00
One of the most physically testing competitions is coming soon to Nautical Channel. The Dusi Canoe Marathon is a one of a kind canoe and running endurance race set in the magnificent South African Drakensberg hills and rapids. Follow this years edition as some of the fittest men and women single handedly row the 120 km river and run over the hills carrying their custom built canoes over their shoulders. Who will come first in this prestigious African event?
23:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
00:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
00:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
01:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
02:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
02:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
03:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
03:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
04:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
04:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
05:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
06:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
07:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
07:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
08:00
In this first episode of What SUP we meet David Brent and go paddleboarding for a chat on the water. He will talk about his experience on the stage before trying out the popular paddleboard yoga with Winny Clarke. We will hopefully learn how to relax on the water and not fall out of our boards too much!
08:30
Welcome to the second episode of What SUP. On today's episode, comedian Ryan Maglunob and the band the Elwins will join us in our adventures. Chris first saw Ryan perform live a few months ago, and he was amused throughout the whole set. Let's go take a paddle with Ryan before playing paddle pong and many other challenges!
09:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
10:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
10:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
11:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
11:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
12:00
Rolex Spirit of Yachting 2022 has started with a big bang: we are in the Australia Sail Grand Prix about to live the magic of the end of Season 2 in SailGP. Crews fight for the first spot in their flying catamarans, reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h. A single mistake means staying out of competition, and with 1 million euros at stake, everyone wants to give their all.
12:30
Guadeloupe: the French overseas paradise in the southern Caribbean Sea. Clear blue waters, green vegetation and vibrant people bring out a whole rainbow of emotions in a limited island. Find out the true colours that wrap Guadeloupe with local guide Rudy as we dive into the cultural vibes of the country. From open markets to the local fishmongers and fishermen encircled by pelicans, Guadeloupe is full of secrets only locals know about. Rudy is determined to unveil them and share with us his passion for his beloved island while driving past the volcanic beaches that surround it.Get ready to meet local friends and hear their stories while discovering the Colours of Guadeloupe, now on Nautical Channel.
13:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
14:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
14:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
15:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
16:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
16:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
17:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
18:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
18:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
19:00
On this week's episode we join comedian Daniel Woodrow and violin virtuoso Dr. Draw for a paddle. Daniel has been seen on Just For Laughs, CTV, Comedy Network and some more, so let's see if he has any fresh jokes ready for us as we try out some challenges on the water. Are you ready?
19:30
Welcome back for the fourth episode of What SUP! On tonight's episode we have actress Kimberly Sue-Murray, known for her recurring role in the Lizzie Borden Chronicles opposite Christina Ricci on Lifetime. She will join us for a chat onboard our paddleboards before heading the challenges head on. Let's go!
20:00
Andi van Zyl has just arrived to the island of Naxos for the start of summer and the windy season. Naxos is a gem in the Aegean sea, where laughter, activity , sprwaling nature and beautiful beaches await. She is determined to explore the diversity of the island, from ancient greek ruins to modern watersports. Will she be able to handle the strong winds or will rough seas get the better of her?
20:30
Over the past few days Andi has been travelling around Naxos, the largest of the Cyclades Islands in Greece. The Mediterranean waters look so inviting and so Andi cannot resist the opportunity to try a diving lesson on the island. We start our adventure at Blue Fin divers to get on the water. Dive into the second episode of The Cyclades with Andi Van Zyl, exclusive on Nautical Channel.
21:00
The World Sailing Show is a close up monthly view of the racing world, a global sailing series featuring the very best action from the world of sailing. We travel the world finding out the most important sailing events, interviewing great personalities in the nautical world and discovering the advances and latest additions to the competitive world. Come jump on board with us as we witness the first capsize of an AC75, build up to the summer Olympic Games, make it to the Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race or discover how Francis Joyon and his IDEC Sprots crew broke new records in sailing. Discover the world of sailing, on Nautical Channel.
21:30
Lets start this episode with the 44Cup that returned to the Portuguese sailing mecca of Cascais for the second event of the season. The RC44 fleet raced in this coastal resort town of Portugal, which is renowned for its northwesterly breeze. Next, the 44Cup will head to Marstrand, Sweden. From Portugal we travel to Italy for the GC32 Racing Tour! The first event of the season that was hosted in Riva del Garda set the tone for what is about to follow; great sailing action, close battles and eager competitors. We remain in Italy for the Formula Kite U21 and A's Youth Foil World Championships, that took place in Torregrande, Sardinia. The event offered top-level action and drama; the future is bright for these young athletes. Finally, we set sail for Spain to enjoy more foiling action! The Gulf of Oristano welcomed an international group of elite young riders for the iQfoiL International Games. The level of competitiveness and difficulty was high.
22:00
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 whats hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
22:30
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 Viareggios Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
23:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
00:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
00:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
01:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
02:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
03:00
On this week's episode we join comedian Daniel Woodrow and violin virtuoso Dr. Draw for a paddle. Daniel has been seen on Just For Laughs, CTV, Comedy Network and some more, so let's see if he has any fresh jokes ready for us as we try out some challenges on the water. Are you ready?
03:30
Welcome back for the fourth episode of What SUP! On tonight's episode we have actress Kimberly Sue-Murray, known for her recurring role in the Lizzie Borden Chronicles opposite Christina Ricci on Lifetime. She will join us for a chat onboard our paddleboards before heading the challenges head on. Let's go!
04:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
05:00
The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
06:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
06:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
07:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
07:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
08:00
The World Sailing Show is a close up monthly view of the racing world, a global sailing series featuring the very best action from the world of sailing. We travel the world finding out the most important sailing events, interviewing great personalities in the nautical world and discovering the advances and latest additions to the competitive world. Come jump on board with us as we witness the first capsize of an AC75, build up to the summer Olympic Games, make it to the Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race or discover how Francis Joyon and his IDEC Sprots crew broke new records in sailing. Discover the world of sailing, on Nautical Channel.
08:30
Lets start this episode with the 44Cup that returned to the Portuguese sailing mecca of Cascais for the second event of the season. The RC44 fleet raced in this coastal resort town of Portugal, which is renowned for its northwesterly breeze. Next, the 44Cup will head to Marstrand, Sweden. From Portugal we travel to Italy for the GC32 Racing Tour! The first event of the season that was hosted in Riva del Garda set the tone for what is about to follow; great sailing action, close battles and eager competitors. We remain in Italy for the Formula Kite U21 and A's Youth Foil World Championships, that took place in Torregrande, Sardinia. The event offered top-level action and drama; the future is bright for these young athletes. Finally, we set sail for Spain to enjoy more foiling action! The Gulf of Oristano welcomed an international group of elite young riders for the iQfoiL International Games. The level of competitiveness and difficulty was high.
09:00
In this episode, we paddle across the Ottawa River, globally recognized as one of the top whitewater paddling destinations in the world. The rapids are big, water is warm and the surf waves are second to none. Ken Whiting will be meeting up with some friends to hit the big lines of the main channel. Big waves, big air and big smiles await in Facing Waves.
09:30
This week on Facing Waves Ken will grab his sea kayak and explore some of the wilderness in Eastern Ontario. Starting with the spectacular rock walls of Bon Echo Provincial Park, we will move onto the huge maze of waterways known as The Thousand Islands.Let's take the sea kayak to the fresh water in this exciting new episode of Facing Waves.
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We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
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The Barts Bash was created in an attempt to break the world record for the largest sailing race ever. Honouring Americas Cup great athlete Andrew “Bart” Simpson, this 24-hour race is compiled of thousands of sailors from over 60 countries set to take place at multiple ports. This fundraising race connects sailing communities across the globe and is sure to bring exciting competition all for a good cause. Sailing with a smile on their face, competitors rush across different venues raising money for the Andrew Simpson Foundation. The Foundations is driven by their belief that all young people should have the ability to excel and succeed in life and work, promoting health and well-being. Be part of this fundraising competition that yearly brings together thousands of people for a charitable cause.
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After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
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On this week's episode we join comedian Daniel Woodrow and violin virtuoso Dr. Draw for a paddle. Daniel has been seen on Just For Laughs, CTV, Comedy Network and some more, so let's see if he has any fresh jokes ready for us as we try out some challenges on the water. Are you ready?
13:30
Welcome back for the fourth episode of What SUP! On tonight's episode we have actress Kimberly Sue-Murray, known for her recurring role in the Lizzie Borden Chronicles opposite Christina Ricci on Lifetime. She will join us for a chat onboard our paddleboards before heading the challenges head on. Let's go!
14:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
14:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
15:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
15:30
In this episode, were going to follow the action of the 2018 KiteFoil World Series. The World Series tour is the sports premium series with events happening around the globe and a strong focus on media production and large prize money payouts.
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We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
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We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
17:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
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The World Sailing Show is a close up monthly view of the racing world, a global sailing series featuring the very best action from the world of sailing. We travel the world finding out the most important sailing events, interviewing great personalities in the nautical world and discovering the advances and latest additions to the competitive world. Come jump on board with us as we witness the first capsize of an AC75, build up to the summer Olympic Games, make it to the Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race or discover how Francis Joyon and his IDEC Sprots crew broke new records in sailing. Discover the world of sailing, on Nautical Channel.
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Lets start this episode with the 44Cup that returned to the Portuguese sailing mecca of Cascais for the second event of the season. The RC44 fleet raced in this coastal resort town of Portugal, which is renowned for its northwesterly breeze. Next, the 44Cup will head to Marstrand, Sweden. From Portugal we travel to Italy for the GC32 Racing Tour! The first event of the season that was hosted in Riva del Garda set the tone for what is about to follow; great sailing action, close battles and eager competitors. We remain in Italy for the Formula Kite U21 and A's Youth Foil World Championships, that took place in Torregrande, Sardinia. The event offered top-level action and drama; the future is bright for these young athletes. Finally, we set sail for Spain to enjoy more foiling action! The Gulf of Oristano welcomed an international group of elite young riders for the iQfoiL International Games. The level of competitiveness and difficulty was high.
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Terceira, on the Azores Islands, is a nautical sporting paradise for many. From pro surfers to passionate sailors, we dive into the lives of local athletes that are fortunate to call this island home.Discovering Watersports On Terceira joins athletes from different categories on their nautical challenges on their way to excellence. However, it also centers on the human aspect, checking on secret spots used by these water enthusiasts as well as lifestyle in the Azores Islands.Join us in their adventure, here on Nautical Channel.
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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.
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Welcome to season 5 of The Boat Show, the meeting point for boat lovers and boating fans! Yachts are fascinating and complex, and their quality and value depend on many factors. Let's dive into the season with the Absolute 52 Fly before trying out the Ice Cat 61 and the Selva 900 S Line. Let's get started!
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Are you ready for more salt water in this episode of The Boat Show? Today we are getting on board the Absolute Navetta 48, a 50 plus ft yacht with superb features. Then, we get onboard the Idea 58 WA before boarding the Fjord 44, one of the boats that gave rise to a new yacht model. Let's discover more!
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Welcome to Dimaro, the Rafting Center Val di Sole. Our story begins in 1982 when a group of adventurers decided to make history by being the first humans to raft down the River Noce. Not only they managed to go down the river against all odds, but they also fell in love with its beautiful landscapes and decided to share it with the rest of the world.Why Not Whitewater? takes us on a journey to the north of Italy to explore the valleys and rivers in the most adventurous ways. From canoening to kayaking and from rafting to hydrospeed, we are set to live an odyssey filled with adrenaline and fun that will leave you wondeing why not white water this summer!
21:30
Join us on a journey through one of the most welcoming island of the Caribbean, Guadeloupe! Explore its natural habitats rich in colour and rhythmic sounds that hypnotize us in this dreamy destination.Golden Strokes of Guadeloupe takes us on a journey in the world of art as we meet a local artist whose art shines light on our modern habits. Discover this hub for scuba divers as you swim through Cousteau's underwater reserve, a breath-taking spot for all those who love diving into the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.Finally, come dance to the drumbeats of a Caribbean jam whilst allowing the contagious energy to move you. Not many islands lend themselves as well as Guadeloupe! Be sure not to miss our exciting excavation through this unforgettable island on the Golden Strokes of Guadeloupe, available on Nautical Channel.
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In a time where there are fences around everything, and we are denied the instinct of self-preservation, it is difficult to find a place free from rules and restrictions, but not yet impossible.Surf movies come and go, a million waves in exotic locations and surfers flown in for three-day shoots on perfect swells, but the spirit of adventure never dies.What began as a three-month trip to a collection of surf breaks off the beaten track turned into a two-year odyssey of exploration, injury, companionship and 4,000km of two-wheeled, single-finned escape from the the real-world burdens of modern life.Harrison Roach and Zye Norris pack their bags, a diverse quiver of boards, two bikes and a 50-dollar tent into a 1970s Land Rover and embark on an epic quest from the southern reaches of Bali, through the Indonesian archipelago to Northern Sumatras isolated Lagundri Bay. On boards, on bikes, by boat and four-wheel drive, the pairs journey is to discover if, in these days of GPS and WiFi, the dream of a true pioneering surf adventure is still alive.
23:00
The World Sailing Show is a close up monthly view of the racing world, a global sailing series featuring the very best action from the world of sailing. We travel the world finding out the most important sailing events, interviewing great personalities in the nautical world and discovering the advances and latest additions to the competitive world. Come jump on board with us as we witness the first capsize of an AC75, build up to the summer Olympic Games, make it to the Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race or discover how Francis Joyon and his IDEC Sprots crew broke new records in sailing. Discover the world of sailing, on Nautical Channel.
23:30
Lets start this episode with the 44Cup that returned to the Portuguese sailing mecca of Cascais for the second event of the season. The RC44 fleet raced in this coastal resort town of Portugal, which is renowned for its northwesterly breeze. Next, the 44Cup will head to Marstrand, Sweden. From Portugal we travel to Italy for the GC32 Racing Tour! The first event of the season that was hosted in Riva del Garda set the tone for what is about to follow; great sailing action, close battles and eager competitors. We remain in Italy for the Formula Kite U21 and A's Youth Foil World Championships, that took place in Torregrande, Sardinia. The event offered top-level action and drama; the future is bright for these young athletes. Finally, we set sail for Spain to enjoy more foiling action! The Gulf of Oristano welcomed an international group of elite young riders for the iQfoiL International Games. The level of competitiveness and difficulty was high.
00:00
We venture into Kenyas wild coastline in the Watamu region. This Marine reserve is incredibly unique and in order for Andi to truly experience it she has to learn to kite surf in a very short period of time. She needs help, so she decides to track down the Tribe Watersports and Ben Kelliher who will guide her through a crash course in kitesurfing. If she can do it in the allocated time, Ben has an incredible prize waiting for her.
00:30
Andi is back in the Watamu Marine Reserve but this time on a new mission: save the endangered sea turtles. She spends three days at the Local Ocean Trust with Marine Biologist Casper van de Geer. If Andi can learn the importance of sea turtles in the marine ecosystem and the vital skills needed to protect them, she might have the opportunity to release a turtle back into the wild.
01:00
Immediately after the final spots for the Youth Olympic Games were decided in China, the International Kiteboarding Association, together with Hang Loose Beach host the 2018 TwinTip Racing Open World Championships and 59 competitors of all ages from 19 nations are getting ready for the next intense battles.
02:00
After nearly a year of exciting sailing, the biennial Clipper Race is approaching its finale: the North Atlantic provides a tense final ocean crossing, with one team experiencing a major set back; we meet a crew member whose life has truly changed thanks to the race while the others reflect on this extraordinary experience. Also, there's an spectacular finish with the overall results going down to the wire.
03:00
We begin our journey through the history of female surf in The Women and the Waves Part 1. The show is separated in two parts, as we explore the world created by surfer girls, women who surf, women who dont, female athletes, and the men who love them. Get to know what it means to surf like a girl in this inspiring film that features generations of women surfers.
04:00
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
04:30
The first round of the UIM Class 1 Powerboat Championship 2021 is finally here! Riders will be competing on Cocoa Beach, and the public couldn't be any happier. Finally, we will see how well prepared these riders come to the competition and have a first glance at the latest edition of the championship. Don't miss out!
05:00
On this week's episode we join comedian Daniel Woodrow and violin virtuoso Dr. Draw for a paddle. Daniel has been seen on Just For Laughs, CTV, Comedy Network and some more, so let's see if he has any fresh jokes ready for us as we try out some challenges on the water. Are you ready?