Mutiny

August 2017
46:47

Season 1 Episode 5

Expired 3.0 16 x
Nine modern-day adventurers attempt to replicate William Bligh’s epic 1789 journey across 6,500 kilometres of remote and unforgiving ocean. The final leg of the journey isn't plain sailing; the men are once again at the mercy of the weather, and when the winds slow so too does their progress. They face their most desperate challenge yet: life-threatening dehydration, as the finish line appears to be exasperatingly out of reach...Will they all make it to Captain Bligh's final destination?
July 2017
47:19

Season 1 Episode 4

Expired 3.0 13 x
Nine modern-day adventurers attempt to replicate William Bligh’s epic 1789 journey across 6,500 kilometres of remote and unforgiving ocean. After two weeks with no sight of land, the remaining men must find a way through the Great Barrier Reef. If they get it wrong, the coral could rip the bottom off their tiny wooden boat.
47:20

July 24, 2017

Expired 4.0 19 x
Nine modern-day adventurers attempt to replicate William Bligh’s epic 1789 journey across 6,500 kilometres of remote and unforgiving ocean. Alone in their tiny wooden boat, the eight remaining men face the most challenging leg of their journey so far: 2,600 kilometres across the treacherous Coral Sea
47:13

July 17, 2017

Expired 3.0 17 x
The men explore a tropical island and hunt for vital food and water. Pressures of hunger and the intensity of life on such a small boat start to set in and a mutiny threatens to break out on the boat on the Bounty.
46:52

July 10, 2017

Expired 3.0 15 x
Over 200 years ago, British navy ship HMS Bounty sailed from Tahiti to the West Indies. During a 17-month voyage, a poisonous rift developed between its crew and its tough young captain, William Bligh. In the middle of the South Pacific, rebellion broke out. It went down in history as the Mutiny on the Bounty. For the first time ever, nine men set out to make the same gruelling journey in a replica seven metre-long wooden boat, with the same rations, facing the same conditions, to measure thems...
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