Episode 15: For Richard Sears in Canada, being at sea is part of his important job. He has studied the blue whale for decades.
With no road connection, Bente Aust is totally dependent on her Targa 30, powered by Volvo Penta, to be able to get food, visit friends or access the road to the city.Learn more about the D6-400/DPH
Being new to boating, the Volvo Penta IPS system has been invaluable for yacht owner Jack Faintuch. The maneuverability and comfort provided has meant everything in learning how to boat.Volvo Penta IPS
Episode 15: RIchard Sears’ Boating Dream
For more than four decades, marine mammologist Richard Sears has studied the blue whale. The animal still fascinates him.Play video
Episode 14: Halit Yukay's Boating Dream
35-year-old Halit Yukay realized his childhood dream. Today he is the owner and designer of his own yacht brand, Mazu Yachts.Play video
Episode 13: The Mareco Brothers' Boating Dream
Meet the Swedish brothers Conny, Jimmy and Billy. Their passion for boats made them choose the same path and become marine technicians. Now they run a business together.Play video
Episode 12: The Osse Family's Boating Dream
The Osse family in Brazil is living their boating dream in the midst of sweat and hard work – constructing their own 30-foot boat that someday will take them all the way from São Paulo to Alaska.Play video
Episode 11: Bente Aust's Boating Dream
After travelling the world Bente Aust found her paradise in remote Langfjordnes in northern Norway. With 15 miles to the nearest road she has to rely on her boat to connect her with the rest of the world.Play video >
Episode 10: Jack and Tammy's Boating Dream
With their yacht being essentially in their backyard, Jack and Tammy Faintuch are living their boating dream by the Intracoastal Waterway in Florida.
Episode 9: Åse and Robert's Boating Dream
Together, brother and sister, Robert and Åse, carry on the love for sailing brought to them by their father.Play video
Episode 8: David Higgins' boating dream
For generations, David Higgins’ family has lived on the outcome of the sea. Today, his boating dreams come true at Australian luxury yacht builder Riviera.Play video
Episode 7: Ines Chiu Gonzalez's boating dream
13 year old Ines Chiu Gonzalez calls the sea a second home and spends most of her time sailing. Now she wants to sail around the world.Play video
Episode 6: Bernard Deguy's boating dream
79-year-old sea legend Bernard Deguy is making a historical journey at sea, travelling 2,100 nautical miles in the trails of the Vikings.Play video
Episode 5: Jason Squire's Boating Dream
Jason Squire is living his boating dream of exploring the South Pacific – pushing beyond the boundaries of ordinary cruising.
Episode 4: Ruben Donné's Boating Dream
When his father was diagnosed with MS in 2016, 29-year old Ruben Donné decided to fulfil a very special boating dream, to sail from Nieuwpoort, Belgium to Cape Town, South Africa in order to raise funds and awareness to MS research.Play video
Episode 3: Dee Caffari's Boating Dream
Skipper Dee Caffari shares her love and concern for the sea and the challenges she and her crew are facing in the world’s toughest sailing competition. For the sixth time, the sailing boats participating in the Volvo Ocean Race are equipped with Volvo Penta engines.Play video
Episode 2: Leonardo Bassilichi's Boating Dreams
We travel to Lipari island off the coast of Sicily, to visit Leonardo Bassilichi on his Amer 94 yacht. For Leonardo, one of the most crucial elements when investing in a new boat is to be able to drive it himself. The Volvo Penta IPS system made it possible for him to upgrade to a larger yacht and still be his own captain.
Episode 1: Luca Santella's Boating Dream
Luca Santella, design development manager at the Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo, shares his boating dream about the new crossover yacht SX88. With more than 35 years’ experience of sailing on a professional level he has extensive knowledge and experience in life out at sea. But how does this reflect in the design of the boat?Play video