Launched on 5 December 2011, Nautical Channel is the only international 24/7 nautical sports and lifestyle channel in the world.
Nautical Channel is available to over 20 million subscribers in 44 countries in English, French, Russian, and German. It is on over one hundred international pay TV, satellite, subscriber IpTV, mobile phone, Digital Terrestrial, MMDS and cable TV platforms.
Sailing and extreme sports make up the majority of the programming and have become more popular than ever, thanks to the enthusiasm generated by competitions such as the America's Cup World Series and the ASP World Tour. The programming wheel covers over twenty interest areas - everything from boating sports (power and sailing) to board sports (surfing, kiteboarding, etc) to news, commentary, travel, adventure, athlete interviews, equipment, and a lot more!
Nautical Channel has assembled the largest ever group of international nautical TV producers in order to provide viewers with the best sports and lifestyle programming, explained by experts in a clear and simple way accessible by all lovers of nautical sport. The award-winning programming reaches a well-defined audience, but also has a broad general public appeal.
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Chalfont Grove, Narcot Lane Chalfont St. Peter,
Buckinghamshire SL9 8TW United Kingdom
Via dei Volsci, 163
00185 Rome, Italy
0044 (0) 1494-878-4981
Nautical Channel is Worldwide! 42 countries, 20 million subscribers, 5 languages, 1 nautical world
Languages: English - French - Russian - German
Capo Verde, Guinea Biseau, Mauritius, Republic of Angola, Republic of Mozambique, Reunion, Sao Tome and Principe.
French Antilles, French Guyana, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Suriname, United States of America
Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy (Y&S), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Principauté de Monaco, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey