The Azorean island of Sao Miguel offers volcanic faults that heat the pool and runs the power plant.
Canyoning, milking and volcanic lava tubes in Sao Jorge.
Exploring Flores and Horta.
Sailing to the Caribbean.
Sailors Cheryl and Paul Shard explore the smooth waters of the Bahamas and stop in Green Turtle Cay.
A huge cave network, fresh Bahamian conch salad and free-diving with the world champion in the world's deepest blue hole.
Paul and Sheryl recount some of their greatest voyages around the world.
Exploring the most remote Bahamian Islands and learn the history of these shallow seas.
Clear water, beach landscapes and unique cultures.
Union Island; Marine Park.
Waterway journeys including Erie Canal in the USA, Trent Severn Canal in Canada, Scotland's Crinan and Caledonian Canals and Sweden's Gota Canal.
Visit Martinique to learn about the island's tragic past at St Pierre.
Sail south through the Caribbean; home of waterfalls, rivers and volcanic hot springs.
Popular beaches, reefs and full moon celebrations in the British Virgin Islands.
The island of Saint Lucia.
A look at the 200 yachts gathered in the harbor of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria to participate in a rally across the Atlantic Ocean, nearly 3000 miles to the Caribbean.
Three-day offshore passage from Morocco leads to the tiny desert island of Isla Graciosa; then sailing to volcanic island of Lanzarote and island of Gran Canaria.
Port Saint Louis; sailing out of the Mediterranean and down the Moroccan coast bound for Rabat.
Traveling the Saone River to Lyon; down the Rhone River passing the historic city of Avignon to the Mediterranean Sea.
From Briare along the canal lateral de la Loire and the canal de Centre; wine making regions of Sancerre and Bourgogne.
The small canals, little towns and inland parts of France.
Through the heart of this historic city there are traditional sights, local customs, and the rarely seen underground side of Paris.
A voyage through the inland waterways of France with a trip up the River Seine through Normandy.
Foods from faraway lands.
Paul and Sheryl enjoy France's warm weather.
Setting sail for France.
The Isle of Man.
The most remote pub in mainland U.K.; scotch whiskey production.
Sailing across the North Sea to Scotland.
The Shards turn north along the west coast of Norway to explore the land of fjords; they sail down Sognefjord, the world's longest fjord.
Caledonian Canal through Scotland's Great Glen.
Visit to Scotland.
North along the coast of the Irish Sea.
Waterford on the southern coast of Ireland.
San Blas Islands.
Route through the Dutch canals.
Sailors Paul and Sheryl take a nautical adventure to Germany.
Ports along the coast of Sweden.
Trip to Sweden includes a haunted lighthouse.
The voyage through the islands of Denmark continue with a visit to Ærø;e Paul and Sheryl take a night tour through the fairy tale town of Ærøskøbing.
Kiel week is the largest sailing event in the world.
Fog, stormy tides, and busy canals en route to the Frisian Islands.
Canals of England in a narrow boat.
A uniquely built marina and a hike across the ever-expanding terrain located in the Channel Islands; the rich culture left behind by both Germans and the English along the Normandy coast.
Paul & Sheryl break in their brand new boat with a cruise to Portsmouth Harbor in England; how nautical equipment is created and produced to withstand the conditions of the sea.
Discover the calm, rustic appeal of the English sea towns located throughout Chichester Harbour.
Paul and Sheryl don local apparel, cruise the exotic bazaars, head to the arid desert, explore the inside of an Egyptian pyramid, and scuba dive in the coral reefs of the Red Sea.
Wooden boat building; Tangier Island; soft shell crab capital of the world.
The largest in-water boat show, an oyster restoration program, and sightseeing with local sailors in Washington D.C.
Royal Caribbean cruises.
Exploring Spanish Wells, home of the largest bohemian fishing fleet, and navigating through the reefs of the Devils' Backbone; traditional ship building techniques, storms and the island's best beaches.
Expert sailors Paul and Sheryl discover the Bahamas where they explore caves and investigate native wild life before arriving in Spanish Wells.
Tiny Caribbean island.
Life living in the shadow of an active volcano and the hot springs and mangrove channels on the way to the island of Guadeloupe.
Small island of the Netherlands Antilles.
Exploring the colorful reefs of Antigua and dropping anchor in St. Maarten.
The Shards travel down from Beaufort, N.C. to the Caribbean.
Traveling down the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
Fascinating stories and breathtaking scenery found along the docks of Lake Ontario, the Erie Canal and the Hudson River.
Boat building on the Exuma Islands.
Christmas on the waterfront.
The Shards fly to England for the final preparations of their new boat.
The Shards have fun on the water with ice boating and fishing on Lake Simcoe in Canada; Paul and Sheryl sail with friends in the Virgin Islands.
The Shards sail from Naples to the west coast of Italy and meet up with Two-Step's owners in Sicily.
The Shards sail a catamaran in the British Virgin Islands for snorkelling and exploring.
The Shards prepare their sailboat to head west out of the Mediterranean.
Setting sail on a felucca to explore what thrives along the banks of the Nile River.
The magic of the Middle East from the land of Egypt.
Explore the countryside of Isreal.
Explore the Christian sites of Nazareth and the ancient port of Acre.
Explore ancient ruins of the Lebanese countryside, tour Palestinian refugee camps, and see the capital city, Beirut.
Crusader history; Krak des Chevaliers castle; the Omayyad Mosque; St. Paul.
Journey through Mediterranean waters to discover the unique culture of Syria.
The oldest recovered shipwreck in history; a traditional dish in a mud oven called kleftiko.
This exotic island is filled with history, adventure, excitement and the Goddess of Love.
The Shards learn about the conflicts between Cyprus; local wines and a neolithic village.
The Shards explore the PelopUnnisos peninsula and meet a farmer who invites them back to his farm to see the new lambs.
Turkey's fashion industry; Turkish foods; night life in the Taksim district.
The Shards continue north along the Turkish coast heading for Istanbul.
Paul and Sheryl Shard continue their journey north along the west coast of Turkey stopping at Sigacek, Teos and Ayvalik.
The Shards change course for the Dodeconese Islands to the southeast.
Paul and Sheryl sail from Ithaca towards the shallow Bay of Corinth.
The Shards head south to Corfu where they begin a voyage through the Ionian Islands of Greece.
Traveling to Malta.
The tiny volcanic isle of Pantelleria.
Mahon harbour on Menorca may be the safest in the Mediterranean.
Teenagers spend the summer on a deserted beach.
The west coast of Norway.