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Chris Down of Lowestoft is the winner of our “Guess the fuel” competition – to suggest the amount of fuel used by Shark Bay in her epic circumnavigation of the […]

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32/32 The Great Motorboat Tour brings the <br>shipping forecast to life!

32/32 The Great Motorboat Tour brings the
shipping forecast to life!

The final clip of the Great Motorboat Tour is a compilation of Britain’s great maritime landmarks – lighthouses. These are names that will resonate with every boat owner…Portland

31/32 – Close-up on Britain’s brilliant sea life

Great Motorboat Tour adventurer John Boyle is an underwater film maker for National Geographic - so this compendium of the best encounters with the wildlife they met around

30/32 Lizard to Falmouth – the final leg of the Great Motorboat Adventure

Shark Bay really is on the home run, passing Fionn's house on the beach…the boys have seen the British Isles as never seen before…but agree 'there's no place

29/32 Padstow to St Michael’s Mount…mechanical problems sorted but now the weather is against them again!

The Great Motorboat Tour is on the north Cornwall coast but is now delayed by seriously bad weather. Our two men in a boat eventually restart their home

28/32 Kilmore to Padstow. Shark Bay rides out a storm before making the dash across the Irish Sea to West Wales.

They meet the vast tankers plying in and out of Milford Haven where they fuel up for the next leg to Padstow. Our two men in a boat

27/32 Sherkin Island to Kilmore Quay. The great adventure turns eastwards on the run for home.

The Great Motorboat Tour progresses along the southern coast of Ireland heading eastwards again for the first time since leaving Falmouth. John and Fionn enjoy local colour and

26/32 The Skelligs to Fastnet Rock. The very west tip of Europe as you’ve never seen before!

26/32 The Skelligs to Fastnet Rock. The very west tip of Europe as you’ve never seen before!

The Skelligs are remote, wild and very rocky - and yet were settled by monks who built an extraordinary beehive monastery on this inaccessible outcrop. This video diary

25/32 KIlrush to Dingle. This next leg starts with great footage of dolphins in the Shannon estuary.

25/32 KIlrush to Dingle. This next leg starts with great footage of dolphins in the Shannon estuary.

And then it's more difficult seas and strong winds as Shark Bay has more engine problems and limps towards Dingle…the seaside village made famous by the filming of

24/32 Cleggan to Kilrush. Heading south along the west coast of Ireland towards the Shannon

24/32 Cleggan to Kilrush. Heading south along the west coast of Ireland towards the Shannon

It's a windy, grey day on the Aran Islands making the looming rock cliffs of Moher look especially daunting. Shark Bay then meets disaster, colliding with a massive