Under The Sea

Under The Sea

Take a splash and explore a wealth of underwater wonders with a vast selection of shows that focus on the rarely-seen world beneath the seas.

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Under The Sea
  • Open Water

    Open Water makes up nearly half of the area of the Bahamas, but houses its most elusive species. These creatures must be able to swim far or fast, to search for food, mates and shelter. These iconic species: Oceanic White Tip Sharks, Sperm Whales and even the reclusive Blainesville Beaked Whales ...

  • Bahamas Exuma Cays

    The Exuma Cays are a remote wonder: hundreds of tiny islands extending south from the Bahamian Capital of Nassau. In the 1950’s, developers dreamed of developing this pristine, and largely unexplored region. But before construction could begin, the Bahamian government supported an expedition to c...

  • Caves & Blue Holes

    Hidden away beneath the surface of the Bahamian archipelago is a magical world millions of years in the making. The Caves and Blue Holes of the Bahamas house some of the most spectacularly beautiful geological formations in the world.

  • Reef Wrecks Of Bonaire

    In the southwest Caribbean is a small island that hosts one of the world’s most vibrant ecosystems. Bonaire’s fringing reef is home to thousands of species of corals, fish and other marine animals. Bonaire is also home to a collection of stunning shipwrecks. These wrecks evolve over time, becomin...

  • Ocean Voyagers

    Witness the touching story of a mother humpback whale and her newborn son as they explore the ocean depths together. The mother must care for and protect her child as they pass through perilous waters notorious for sharks and whalers. Narrated by Meryl Streep.

  • Acid Ocean

    Uncover the devastating effects CO2 emissions have on the oceans coral reefs. As the foundation for the seas food chain, the diminishing reefs represent a possible collapse of aquatic life. What can be done to avoid this alarming scenario?

  • Wild Sharks

    Explore the shallow waters and treacherous ocean reefs where some of the deadliest species of shark lie in wait. Watch diving specialists literally stare into the very jaws of death in order to understand the physical and behavioural patterns of these dangerous ocean predators.

  • Sperm Whale Oasis

    Off the coast of the Azores archipelago exists a mid-Atlantic oasis for the giants of sea to hunt and play. The violent history of these waters as a whaling hotspot has since transformed into a centre for scientific research and ecotourism.

  • Realm of the Killer Whales

    Filmmaker Feodor Pitcairn teams up with a group of marine biologists studying a pod of orcas off the coast of Vancouver Island. Discover the unique behaviour of these highly intelligent, but exceptionally shy mammals who live and play along the shores of the Pacific.