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Adventure:Sea Nation
Adventure:Sea Nation

With a love for venturing into the great unknown, Megan McCormick goes on an unusual journey. Travel and Living Channel’s, ‘Sea Nation,’ May 24 at 9 p.m. uproots Megan, close friend Shannon and their respective families from New York City to live on the sea, For over six months, they visit over 20 Caribbean islands.

In ‘Clear the Space,’ Megan and her family pack their belongings and head for the Caribbean. St. Lucia, with its vibrant markets and lively people, welcome them before they move further south to St. Vincent.

In ‘Life is What Happens When You're Busy Making Other Plans,’ Megan and the gang lands up in Bequia a perfect haven for sailors.

In ‘Dominica Detox,’ Megan, Shannon and their families visit ‘The Nature Island.’ From lush rain forests and endless waterfalls, Dominica offers the cleanest air and freshest perspective on living a stress-free life.

In ‘Up a River Without a Paddle,’ strong winds damage the boat, which forces Megan and crew to make a stop at St. Martin.

In ‘Anybody Got a Boat?’ Megan and her group are left high and dry without a boat. She travels to Anguilla for the annual Anguilla Regatta.

In ‘When Fates Collide,’ after hitchhiking to St. Thomas on a multi-million-dollar mega-yacht, Megan decides to take a little rest in a super luxury resort.

In ‘You Can Run But You Can't Hide,’ Captain Billy is behind the wheel. Megan explores the famous British Virgin Islands.

In ‘Blood, Sweat and Flamingos,’ they enjoy the natural wonder of the Baths of Virgin Gorda.

In ‘There's No Place Like Home?’ Puerto Rico offers stunning scenery and Megan explores the place.

In ‘A Man on a Mission,’ Megan witnesses how challenging life is on Ile a Vache, an island with no electricity, cars or roads.

In ‘What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been,’ after six months, Megan realises it is time to head home.


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