How to Make a TV Show from a S [...]
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Owner: Pacific Solo

How to Make a TV Show from a Sailboat


Location: Iki Island
Latitude: 33.79000000
Longitude: 129.71000000
Published: 6 May 2022

Paddleboarding, squid fishing, dolphins, local foods, burial tombs, painting a kite with a 90-year-old kitemaker, beach clean-up with high school students and more were among the things I experience on Iki, a magical island part of Japanese Mythology. This video is just a raw collection of images I captured along with my mate Joshua of the five days I spent with the History Channel film crew, shooting a Pilot for a new series called Dare to Dream.

I can`t divulge much ahead of HISTORY releasing the Pilot but suffice to say that accidental daily themes emerged: scenery, spirituality, history, economy, ecology, and more.

Thanks to Joshua of the The Agency JP and Never Too Late Academy for helping and to the History Crew, Ray, Goto and Yuji. It was a privilege to work with you all.

If you are a never-too-later like me please visit and check out the community and the resources.

These videos are made possible by my Patrons: Trevor Webster, Steve Houck, Johny Gwin, Michael Coombs, Kats Honda, Michael Borgmann, Robin Mah, John King, J29BlackJack, Sumie and William Zies, David LaHeist, Claude Strobbe, Bruce McCaughan, Jeffrey Behr,

Thanks to all those making this voyage possible:
Keel Club Founding Members: Harry A. Hill / BetterU / Tokyo Supercars
And all my sponsors:
Premium Sponsors: UFC GYM Japan and GRHH
Tier One: Westlund Group, mackfilm LTD, Tokyo Super Cars, Foodsaver & VERSA
Tier Two: Dormeo, Merlin Solar. Upternes
Tier 3: GDI Communications, Rob Claar, The Aussies
Tier 4: Mike Alfant, Jim Weisser, Doug Hymas, Ted Carlson, Steve Houck,

and partial Sponsorship Satcom Global ( Iridium 9575) and DICS (Liferaft)

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