With us being quarantined in our boats, vans, houses, it’s a good time to enrich our knowledge, to get inspired for the future adventures, and to learn and think more about how to approach life and the planet after the Corona virus peak. It’s a wake-up call! We need a change in the world and in the peoples mindsets. The question is how are we going to respond? It’s the time to rethink the ways we are doing this, individually and as a whole. Here is some inspiration.

Social Media is tempting but noisy too. Be selective on what you consume. It’s hard to find the good stuff amongst the noise. So I’ve curated a few inspiring, thought-provoking and free (at this moment) ocean, adventure and videos to watch. Enjoy! And don’t forget to support the creators by sharing and reviewing the messages they are sharing.

We can only do good if we feel good! Transcendence explores the current state of our physical, emotional, and mental health. 5 episodes on life and health transformation.  Free online screening until March 26!

Duration: 5 x 45 minutes episodes

Artifishal

Artifishal explores the worrisome man dominating fish breeding. It is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.

Inhabit

What would a more resilient world look like? That’s what the filmmakers aimed to broadcast. With the Corona Virus taking over the world causing a global shutdown it’s time to reflect on the broken systems of our world. The filmmakers have decided to stream it for free now we’re in this crisis (Thank you!). Watch and learn about permaculture and closed circular systems.
Duration: 1 hour and 31 minutes

I shouldn’t be alive

A story to learn from! And to be ever grateful that you are alive. This story is about a man adrift in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. For 76 days he adapts, survives and fights. From starvation to dehydration, and insanity to predators. Also recommend to check out the book: Adrift!
Duration: 48 minutes

One Breath Around The World

Take a freedive into the ocean with Guillaume Néry
Duration: 13 minutes

Blue Planet II

Narrated by the legendary Sir David Attenborough, this British docu series show the good and the bad of the oceans. Nature in your living room at its best. Add Hans Zimmers music in the background, and the wise commentary of the legend and a new ocean ambassador is born. Ok. It’s not directly free to watch for everyone. If you’re in the UK, you’re lucky. If you’re elsewhere, you can watch parts of it at least.

Shackleton’s Captain

The story of Shackleton: an Antartica expedition in 1914. A good one to learn about seamanship and navigational skills back in the days.

Duration: 1 hour and 25 minutes

360 degrees of shark exploration | Discovery

Take a dive into the ocean and meet sharks with these six 360 degrees videos. Learn about sharks and why they are our friends, not enemies. A series by discovery channel. Cool for kids too!

Duration: Multiple 4-6 minute videos

Jeedera

The story of Sea Shepherds campaign ‘Operation Jeedera.’ A campaign that would see the ‘Steve Irwin’ sail into the heart of the Great Australian Bight to document the beauty of the region in order to showcase what we would all stand to lose if we let BP drill there.
Duration: 46 minutes

Alike

Last but not least. A little short film telling the story of dad and his son and the matrix we’re living in. A reminder to follow your heart and to be present!
Duration: 8 minutes

Let me know in the comments about more free to watch thoughtprovoking insightful, and inspiring docu’s and films impact driven adventurers should watch.

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Let me know in the comments about more free to watch thoughtprovoking insightful, and inspiring docu’s and films impact driven adventurers should watch.