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This is the Sea 4

 
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Film Info

Release Date
November 18, 2009
Format
DVD
RRP
£19.99 / $29.95
Language(s)
English
Starring
Shawna Franklin, Leon Somme, Justine Curgenven, Dubside, Hadas Feldman, Jen Kleck, Jim Sammons, Ken Whiting, Barry Shaw.
Run Time
120 minutes

Film Partners

Distribution
Sponsors
Lendal, Snap Dragon, Nigel Dennis, The North Face, Reed, Ocean Kayak, Kokatat
Media Partner(s)
Ocean Paddler, Canoe & Kayak
Part 4 in the classic 'This is the Sea' series.

2 Disc Set - Featuring 3 fascinating expedition stories – British Columbia’s Queen Charlotte islands; island hopping from Australia to Tasmania across the Bass Strait; & a 2400km trip around the stunning South island of New Zealand. Also See; Rough water rolling, Greenland rope gymnastics & commando kayaking with DUBSIDE, Kayak fishing in San Diego, Sea Caves of Lake Superior and much more!

THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS – These beautiful, remote islands off the west coast of Canada boast amazing wildlife, wilderness camping, intimidating swells and Haida culture. Shawna Franklin, Leon Somme & Justine Curgenven paddle 500miles around the archipelago encountering humpback whales & 200 year old totem poles.

DUBSIDE – The man-in-black known simply as ‘Dubside’ shares his vision of “commando kayaking” using only public transport, 2 feet and a folding kayak. He also performs impressive Greenland rope gymnastics and joins Warren Williamson for some rough water rolling in Deception Pass.

ROCK HOPPING IN BAJA – Jen Kleck and friends explore the beautiful Pacific coastline of Baja, surfing ocean swells through gaps in the rocks, gliding through caves and getting up-close-and-personal with the worlds second largest blowhole.

LAKE SUPERIOR – The worlds largest freshwater lake is America’s third Ocean. Squeeze through tiny arches and tunnels in the Apostle islands, and paddle under the impressive overhanging multi-coloured Pictured Rocks.

THE BASS STRAIT – Justine Curgenven island hops the 350km between Australia and Tasmania across this notoriously stormy sea. Crossings of up to 12 hours lead to charming and rarely-visited islands.

NEW ZEALAND CIRCUMNAVIGATION – The windswept and surf ridden South island is one of the worlds most challenging coastlines to kayak. Scary surf, a helicopter evacuation, dolphins, albatrosses, 40knot winds, friendly locals and more surf characterise this exciting 67 day, 2400km journey for Justine Curgenven and Barry Shaw.

NORWAY – Paddle up one of the worlds narrowest and steepest fjords, see the first seakayakers to surf the Bulken river wave and join a father and son playing games with their kayaks including jumping from the back deck to the front deck!

ISRAEL – Paddle on the Dead Sea; the lowest ( and saltiest) place on earth, kayak besides 2000 year old Roman ruins, and explore a deep cave on the Lebanon border.

THE OTTAWA RIVER – World champion kayakers Ken Whiting and Brendan Mark take seakayaks down the grade4 high volume Ottawa River.

KAYAK FISHING – Jim Sammons fishes for bass, halibut, sharks & rays in San Diego, but first he has to get out through the surf!

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