“Some memories can’t be made on land”
Charismatic TV host Steven Bull is back for the Season Two premiere of WaterWays TV.
The show follows Steve as he explores anything and everything about the boating lifestyle, from buying a used boat and restoring it for a Toronto to NYC adventure, examining the history of boating and some of its unusual traditions, to going behind-the-scenes at some of boating’s most unique and exciting locations.
Season Two will premiere in Canada Saturday, September 23rd on Global TV and will run through to December 16th.
The 13 episode series will air on WaterWays YouTube after the cable tv broadcast.
The list of highlights for Season Two is extensive and viewers will get to join Steve on a coast-to-coast journey across Canada as explores everything boating has to offer.
Viewers will get an inside look at Canada’s various maritime cultures — from the scenic West Coast of British Columbia and its labyrinth of inland waterways, to central Canada’s massive Great Lakes cruising region, to East Coast maritime culture and its love for seafood, and even the northeast U.S. to explore New York City and sit down for an interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Episode 1 will feature Steve’s trip to Vancouver Island where he meets with the RCAF Snowbirds who practice over the waters of Comox, B.C.
Episode 2 will head all the way across the country to Nova Scotia for an attempt at tidal bore rafting on the Bay of Fundy’s massive tides. Steve also takes in the historic Marblehead to Halifax Ocean Race.
Episode 3 will feature a fun sit-down interview with famous scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson in New York City where he answers viewer questions about the physics of boating.
Later in the season viewers will also get to see how Steve’s ‘Project Boat’ from Season 1 turns out when he takes the restored 30-year-old ‘pocket cruiser’ on a 750 nautical mile journey from Toronto to Montreal to New York City.
Other episodes will feature adventures in sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and various dives into local maritime culture whenever the crew hits the mainland.
“If you’re floating you’re boating and we’re there to tell the stories.”