Engineers retool to build the fastest sailing vessels ever.
Examines modern combat at sea.
Astronauts and aquanauts live, work, sleep, and study marine environment in a habitat called Aquarius below the surface in the Gulf of Mexico.
The worlds maritime highways require constant maintenance by powerful diggers and dredgers. Meet the huge suction draggers spewing silt, self-guided robotic beavers and other powerful digging machines.
Moviemakers use custom-made cameras, sunken sets and mechanized monsters for underwater action.
Divers search coastlines and harbors for weapons left over from the last century of war.
Professional rescuers dive into danger when the world's oceans, lakes and rivers turn hostile.
Flying lifeboats, satellite electronics submarine rescue ships and rescue bubbles are all new technology used to keep people safe.
A few new ships represent a major breakthrough in marine architecture since World War II.
Power machines repair oil pipelines, encounter ocean creatures, and carry divers to the bottom of the sea.
Deep below the surface of the ocean an amazing new generation of powerful machines is hard at work. They carry dream pioneers to the bottom of the sea to repair pipelines or confront bizarre deep-sea creatures.
Stories of people who protect shipping, fishing, oil and gas platforms from icebergs.
Cutting-edge technology of different navies from around the world.
Machines that are used to do work underwater.
The vessels used by the U.S. Coast Guard in extreme conditions; minesweepers that remove underwater bombs.
New ways to experience life under the sea.
SCUBA has enabled millions of enthusiasts to enter the unseen world of water.
The men and women dedicated to faster water travel.