Science & Nature
Sea Tek takes viewers into the depths of the ocean to learn about the fascinating undersea world
S01:E01 - Season 1, Episode 1
Follow a freshwater cave diver. A man knows hundreds of lemon sharks by number. Visit one of the most advanced virtual reality training simulators.
S01:E02 - Season 1, Episode 2
SeaTek explores the art of taking a giant 300-foot ship from shore to sea, where millions of dollars and thousands of man-hours hang in the balance.
S01:E03 - Season 1, Episode 3
Diving in an intricate cave system in Florida, scientists are finding a treasure trove of ancient bones from the Mastodon's era.
S01:E04 - Season 1, Episode 4
Travel with famed underwater cinematographer Al Giddings in a specially equipped photo-sub to shed a rare light on the Titanic!
S01:E05 - Season 1, Episode 5
Travel on a new, powerful class of icebreaker as it attempts a historical run at the North Pole. Visit the world's only full-time underwater colony.
S01:E06 - Season 1, Episode 6
A spear fisherman can dive over one hundred feet deep and stay down for over two minutes on one breath of air! And the world's first invisible boat!
S01:E07 - Season 1, Episode 7
Gerald Kooyman and his sons study the incredible diving feats of the Emperor Penguin under the ice of Antarctica.
S01:E08 - Season 1, Episode 8
How does a fish that lives at 200 feet of pressure survive the journey to the surface and into your tank?
S01:E09 - Season 1, Episode 9
A photo shoot underwater where the model is co-starring with a pack of sharks. NASA tests a new underwater robot in the frigid waters of Antarctica.
S01:E10 - Season 1, Episode 10
Hawaii's next island, Loihi, is slowly building to the ocean's surface - and it should emerge in about 50,000 years.
S01:E11 - Season 1, Episode 11
Scientists monitor El Nino from land, sea and space, but still cannot predict its disastrous winds.
S01:E12 - Season 1, Episode 12
There's a high stakes "gold rush" going on in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It's there that a potentially billion dollar mineral field exists.
S01:E13 - Season 1, Episode 13
Tiny algae called Marine Snow located under the ice in Antarctica may hold the key to understanding the food chain for a huge part of the ocean.
S01:E14 - Season 1, Episode 14
It takes a special breed of adventurer and special equipment to ice dive. Dive with a New Zealand team under ice too thick to crack!
S01:E15 - Season 1, Episode 15
Scott Carpenter was an Astronaut and an Aquanaut. His adventures continue at the world's only underwater camp where people can live beneath the waves.
S01:E16 - Season 1, Episode 16
We'll dive a tough wreck site in New Zealand with a new breed of treasure hunter.
S01:E17 - Season 1, Episode 17
Underwater welding is the key to maintaining pipelines, bridges and ship repairs. It is colorful, but extremely dangerous work!
S01:E18 - Season 1, Episode 18
A geological expedition in the Gulf of Mexico discovers evidence that the comet that wiped out the dinosaurs landed here.