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+ How to build a cable camera robot

Our customized line camera system. Visit the page on youtube for our parts list.

+ The Secret Lives of Plankton

Did you know that many large marine animals start their lives tiny? The term "plankton" describes a wide range of critters with one thing in common, they can't swim against ocean currents. Despite their micro size, they are extremely important to understand as many economically and ecologically important animals start their lives out in the plankton stage! Scientists use specialized nets and cameras to learn more about them and how they're distributed throughout the water column.

To learn more about the research: http://bit.ly/2dTkKuf About the lab: http://bit.ly/2e295tc About the technology: http://bit.ly/2dczLWN

Music: "Dye" by Tycho Video footage credit: Christopher Muiña Drone footage credit: Cedric Guigand Photo credits: Cedric Guigand, Miram Gleiber, Deborah Steinberg

+ Intracoastal Odyssey Part 4 - The End Around the Bend

In the final stretch of their journey, the Waterlust crew pedals and sails their way through the Intracoastal Waterway of Georgia and Florida and arrives in Miami after two months on the road!

Music: My Silver Lining by First Aid Kit

Thank you to everybody who has followed this adventure with us, especially to our sponsors Sperry, Chesapeake Light Craft, Jamestown Distributors, Harken, Hobie and Douglas Fowler Sails. We couldn't have done it without you!

Learn more about the expedition canoes (which will soon be a kit you can build yourself!) at www.clcboats.com

+ Intracoastal Odyssey Part 2 - Wetter is better

The Waterlust team puts the Expedition Canoes to the test as they begin their journey south down the Intracoastal Waterway.

Learn more about the boats at www.clcboats.com

Music: The Mute by Radical Face

Follow the journey each day at www.facebook.com/waterlust

Special thanks to Jamestown Distributors for providing the materials we needed to build Anna & Mia, to Douglas Fowler for making some amazing sails, to Harken for equipping the boats with the best rigging on the planet, and to the Hobie Cat Company for powering them up with their amazing Mirage Drives, and of course to Sperry for making it all happen!

+ Angry Seas - A Waterlust Film about Hurricane Research

Join the Waterlust crew as they explore the world of hurricane research at the Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. SUSTAIN Laboratory at the University of Miami. Here scientists and engineers work to better understand the field of air-sea interaction to develop disaster-resistant and resilient coastal communities.

Hurricane satellite imagery from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Hurricane Multimedia Gallery.

Learn more about SUSTAIN at sustain.rsmas.miami.edu

+ Hard Water - A Waterlust Film about Ice Sailing

The Waterlust crew joins a group of brave European ice sailors on a trip to Lake Baikal in Siberia, the largest lake in the world! Because ice sailing requires very specific weather conditions, global warming affects this sport perhaps more than any other.

To learn more about Baikal sailing week, visit: www.baikaliceyachtracing.eu

To learn about ice sailing in the United States, visit: iceboat.org

Music: Faded - ZHU (Odesza remix)

Special thanks to Sander van der Borch and all the competitors at Baikal Sailing Week for providing us additional footage for this film!

+ Intracoastal Odyssey Part 3 - A Tree in the Sea

During their journey down the coast, the Waterlust team encounters hurricane Hermine in South Carolina and takes a day off the water to explore Hunting Island and its famous house "Little Blue"

Music: The Warpath by Conner Youngblood

Follow the journey each day at www.facebook.com/waterlust

Special thanks to Jamestown Distributors for providing the materials we needed to build Anna & Mia, to Douglas Fowler for making some amazing sails, to Harken for equipping the boats with the best rigging on the planet, and to the Hobie Cat Company for powering them up with their amazing Mirage Drives, and of course to Sperry for making it all happen!

+ Intracoastal Odyssey Part 1 - Wood is good

The Waterlust team partnered with Chesapeake Light Craft (clcboats.com) to build two wooden sailing canoes for an adventure down the Intracoastal Waterway from Norfolk Virginia to Miami Florida!

Special thanks to Jamestown Distributors for providing the materials we needed to build Anna & Mia, to Douglas Fowler for making some amazing sails, to Harken for equipping the boats with the best rigging on the planet, and to the Hobie Cat Company for powering them up with their amazing Mirage Drives, and of course to Sperry for making it all happen!

Music: Tunguska by Fanfarlo

Follow the journey each day at www.facebook.com/waterlust

+ Drawn to the Sea - A Waterlust Film

Exploring the science of larval fish and the sport of freediving with Biological Oceanographer Dr. Claire Paris.

Music: With Everything That Breathes - Greg Haines

Filmed with a Lumix GH4 equipped with a Nauticam Dive Housing and GoPro Hero 4 cameras.

Special thanks to the following footage contributors
Claire Paris
Vortex Freediving
The Billfish Foundation
Qualifier Charters
Johnnie Fuqua
Roi Holzman
The University of Miami Experimental Hatchery
Tyler Sclodnick
Zachary Daugherty
David & Carol Graham