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06:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
06:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
07:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
07:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
08:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
09:00
More than 150 athletes from 18 different countries competed in Cadiz for one of the most coveted titles of this class: the second stop of the International Circuit of the IQ Foil class. After the meeting in Lanzarote, some of the best windsurfers in the world meet again in Cadiz to compete in the International Games IQ Foil Cadiz. Enjoy the competition in Cadiz!
09:30
Welcome to Japan! The 2018 Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championship is being disputed in Miyoshi City from the 30th of August to the 2nd of September. The top professional and amateur athletes are ready to take on the best waves and prove their skills to bring home the highest honor in wake.
10:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
10:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
11:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
12:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
12:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
13:00
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.
13:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
14:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
14:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
15:00
In tonight's episode the Clipper Race fleet takes on the Asia Pacific Leg, split across two stages with spectacular destinations in China; crews celebrate the Chinese New Year at sea and swelter in the backing tropical heat; there's a second visit by King Neptune as father and son cross the equator and loved ones missed on Valentines Day.
16:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
16:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
17:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
18:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
19:00
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.
19:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
20:00
In this episode of Wild Surf, were going to take a look at Walking the Waves - a short film by italian freesurfer Eugenio Barcelloni exploring the best surfing beaches in Chile, Peru and Tahiti, featuring the best surfers, and focusing on the natural scenery each country has to offer, well be getting acquainted with the culture and the landscapes.
20:30
In this episode, we take a look at Cross Culture Surf, a pioneering cultural exchange between the Basque country and Ireland. Then were off to sunny California, where David Barr showcases an amazing new technology, allowing surfers to customize their ride. Then were checking out and up and coming contender in the UK surf scene.
21:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
21:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
22:00
SKAGERRAK follows the preparation and mental development of the Danish professional stand up paddle athlete Casper Steinfath in his attempt to be the first person in the world to paddle from Denmark to Norway.In his journey, brotherhood and friendship come to play an essential part making a dream and project like the crossing of an entire ocean come true. SKAGERRAK will take you behind the scenes of mainstream media and portrays the Northern and secluded region of Denmark called Thy, where Casper grew up.A region, where a pioneer spirit and desire for independence prevails despite adversity and isolation. SKAGERRAK is an inspirational story that touches upon the dreams, aspirations, and desires that live inside all of us. A film about the courage to reach for the horizon.
23:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
23:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
00:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
01:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
02:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
02:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
03:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
03:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
04:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
04:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
05:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
05:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
06:00
In tonight's episode the Clipper Race fleet takes on the Asia Pacific Leg, split across two stages with spectacular destinations in China; crews celebrate the Chinese New Year at sea and swelter in the backing tropical heat; there's a second visit by King Neptune as father and son cross the equator and loved ones missed on Valentines Day.
07:00
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.
07:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
08:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
08:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
09:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
10:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
10:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
11:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
11:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
12:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
13:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
13:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
14:00
In tonight's episode the Clipper Race fleet takes on the Asia Pacific Leg, split across two stages with spectacular destinations in China; crews celebrate the Chinese New Year at sea and swelter in the backing tropical heat; there's a second visit by King Neptune as father and son cross the equator and loved ones missed on Valentines Day.
15:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
15:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
16:00
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.
16:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
17:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
17:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
18:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
18:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
19:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
20:00
Moving on from the Great Lakes Grand Prix, riders advance to St. Petersburg, Florida, for the last event of the P1 AquaX 2021 Championship. This event involves high-speed watercraft racing action, and competitors face each other against the clock to determine this season's ultimate winner. Start your engines and come race with us!
20:30
Moving on from the Great Lakes Grand Prix, riders advance to St. Petersburg, Florida, for the last event of the P1 AquaX 2021 Championship. This event involves high-speed watercraft racing action, and competitors face each other against the clock to determine this season's ultimate winner. Start your engines and come race with us!
21:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
22:00
The AquaX 2021 USA Championship season might be over, but we are still thrilled with the adrenaline lived these past months. It is time we look back at the most breath-taking moments of the championship, going from Daytona up to St Pete. Are you joining us? Relive the best moments of the 2021 AquaX USA Championship.
22:30
The AquaX 2021 USA Championship season might be over, but we are still thrilled with the adrenaline lived these past months. It is time we look back at the most breath-taking moments of the championship, going from Daytona up to St Pete. Are you joining us? Relive the best moments of the 2021 AquaX USA Championship.
23:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
23:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
00:00
In tonight's episode the Clipper Race fleet takes on the Asia Pacific Leg, split across two stages with spectacular destinations in China; crews celebrate the Chinese New Year at sea and swelter in the backing tropical heat; there's a second visit by King Neptune as father and son cross the equator and loved ones missed on Valentines Day.
01:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
02:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
03:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
04:00
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.
04:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
05:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
05:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
06:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
06:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
07:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
07:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
08:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
08:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
09:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
10:00
In tonight's episode the Clipper Race fleet takes on the Asia Pacific Leg, split across two stages with spectacular destinations in China; crews celebrate the Chinese New Year at sea and swelter in the backing tropical heat; there's a second visit by King Neptune as father and son cross the equator and loved ones missed on Valentines Day.
11:00
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.
11:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
12:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
12:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
13:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
13:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
14:00
For this year's tour, the 41st edition, we are guaranteed a frenetic rush along the French coastline. 17 days of action and non-stop thrills and spills that will sail from Durkirk to Nice. Professional sailors, amateurs and students get ready to give their all and hopefully win the precious Tour de France a Voile. Enjoy the best moments of the 2018 edition of the Tour, on Nautical Channel.
15:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
15:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
16:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
16:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
17:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
17:30
On January of 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sank in shallow waters after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio. Many things remained unclear about this tragedy, so Andi van Zyl is set to discover the truth regarding this incident.Journey to Giglio is an investigative piece on the infamous Costa Concordia tragedy. Andi van Zyl is on the Italian island of Giglio for an exclusive exposé on the shipwreck that shocked the world. She will leave no rock unturned as she digs into what happened the night of the accident and uncovers the disasters impact on the local residents and economy.Highlights include exploration of the island and disaster site, and an interview with the man at the helm of the salvage operation, Nick Sloane. Andi sits down with the fellow South African to discuss the delicate process of freeing the wrecked cruise-liner from the reef without spoiling the pristine waters of Giglio Island.Find out the mystery behind the sinking of Costa Concordia on this Journey to Giglio.
18:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
18:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
19:00
Put your helmets on because we are getting started with the Jet Ski World Series! Delivering whooping speeds of 100km/hr in under 3.8 seconds and with 500 horsepower, riders need to be sharp to turn 30 degrees at 140 km/h, putting the 'Jet' in Jet Ski. Wearing no protective body, grappling with the waves and fighting out with gravity, the riders that dare challenge this competition are some of the most corageous athletes in the world. Are you going to miss out? Tune up to the latest edition of the Jet Ski World Series!
20:00
Welcome to the Lee Valley White Water Centre just outside London for the World Cup 1 of the ICF Canoe Slalom. We will be talking you through the action of this competition: it is going to be canoe single men followed by the kayak single women. Follow us for slalom competition at its highest level. Relive the best moments in Lee Valley 2019.
20:30
Welcome to Bratislava, in Slovakia, for round two of the 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup. Mallory Franklin, Kimberley Woods and Jessica Fox were the top three in Lee Valley last weekend, however Mallory Franklin and Kimberley Woods will not be racing this weekend while Jessica Fox got eliminated in the semi-final. In the C1 men's the medalists from last weekend will also not be racing here, but there are some big names in the lineup. Let's dive into the action in Bratislava.
21:00
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.
22:00
Join host Andi van Zyl in South Africa for one of the toughest canoe races in the world! The Dusi Canoe Marathon famously pits competitors against powerful rapids and unpredictable wildlife, and the 2014 edition will feature SUP riders for the first time in the events history. Are you ready for all its action? Discover the 2014 Dusi Canoe Marathon on Nautical Channel!
23:00
Big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, a plumber and father of two from Devon, hit the headlines in 2014 when it was rumoured that he had surfed the worlds biggest wave, estimated at 80ft. In this one-off 30-minute documentary, Andrew and his team of surfers, sailors and adventurers put everything on hold as they secretly chase a wave that emerges only a handful of times each year, giving only hours of warning.Taking a boat eight miles off the coast of Ireland, the team battle the extreme cold and fierce weather conditions, whilst mapping the oceans swell, in order to try to catch one almighty ride. Far from home and with the days getting shorter, frustration sets in, as the window of opportunity gets smaller. With a young family at home, Andrew must balance the normality of the school run, before boarding a plane alone to face one of earths deadliest monsters.
23:30
We are in Mozambique, the southern African paradise with the long Indian Ocean coastline to its side. Mozambique is not only filled with popular beaches and offshore marine parks, but also incredible windsurfing spots. On this occasion, we celebrate Vilanculos Downwind, a never before done 20 kilometer kitesurf race from the mainland of Mozambique to Bazaruto Island.Join the windsurfers that will journey in the tricky Indian Ocean and race to reach the island of Bazaruto. Departing from the city of Vilanculos, they head for a journey downwind like no other. Dont miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience, on Nautical Channel.
00:00
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.
00:30
Since it was first set up back in 2014, the GC32 Racing Tour has become one of the most sought after for those who enjoy sailing at its finest and fastest. The 2021s season again proved why the worlds top professional and amateurs love this tour!After a challenging 2020, when the Tour was cancelled, it finally returned better than ever and made 2021 a year to remember. Through the season, the four stops offered nail-biting action in breath taking venues that brought the best out of these dynamic and fast one design foiling catamarans.The level of expectation and the anticipation was extremely high when the owner-driver and commercially-backed professional teams were about to hit again the water and both the organizers and the participants proved that it was worth waiting for the comeback. So lets remember the most notable moments of what was a fascinating season full of top-level sailing battles in some crystal clear blue waters.
01:00
We are connected to the ocean, and if the ocean is not okay, we are not okay. This is the philosophy of free diving record holder Hanli Prinsloo. From a young age, she has been aware of the importance animals and nature have on us, so she has been going underwater to explore her body.Prinsloo is going to take us on a literal breath-taking journey underwater. She believes it is easier to hold our breath than what it is commonly believed, and the underwater world takes us on a new journey of wilderness undiscovered for many. Get ready to dive with her and US Olympic swimmer Peter Marshal in One with Water, available on Nautical Channel.
02:00
Together well travel across the globe and follow the hottest action from the field of Kite! In this Episode, we have the opportunity to witnessup and coming young guns from 4 continents, fighting for their chance to live the Olympic Dream! Dakhla, in Morocco hosts the qualifying event for Europe and Africa, while Pranburi, Thailand is the place where riders from Asia and Oceania will fight for their right to compete in Argentina!
02:30
In this episode we are going to take you into the action from the 2018 milestone event, the International Kiteboarding Association, TT:R Youth Worlds. The fastest young athletes from across the globe have gathered on Chinas tropical Hainan Island. With 8 qualification spots available for this years Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, expect the competition to be fierce!
03:00
Andi is on a mission to discover the Tana River, Kenyas longest river with a unique rapids system. In order to truly experience this region of the Tana, Andi has to learn to navigate the waters on a kayak. She tracks down river expert and professional Kayaker Kris Collyer and challenges him to learn his skill in three days. Andi is tested when she almost drowns trying to complete her mission.
03:30
In this episode, Andi will discover the diverse marine ecosystem of Kilifi Creek. She will learn how to sail in three days in order to truly experience the creek. Andi goes 3 degrees south to meet Kevin, a local sailor who patiently teaches Andi the skills she needs in this short span of time. A true local experience is waiting if she can complete her training but failure is always lurking.
04:00
The Unesco World Heritage site of the Rideau Canal is a 130-mile waterway that connects Canada's capital, Ottawa, with Lake Ontario. This engineering delight was built almost 200 years ago as a supply route in case the United States decided to invade Canada. Now, it offers incredible access to pristine lakes and rivers that connect beautiful, small rural Ontario towns. Let's discover it in this first episode of thhe eight season of Facing Waves.
04:30
This week on Facing Waves, Ken Whiting is on a five-day river trip through the heart of one of Canada's most popular parks: the Algonquin Provincial Park. This is one of a kind mission filled with excitement and adventure. Combining challenging white water and some fishing in Eastern North America, get ready to watch big rapids, epic scenery and nature unwind.
05:00
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.