How to watch The Canal?

How to watch The Canal?

The Canal

  • Year: 2014
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The Canal – rating:

  • IMDb: 5.8
  • Rotten Tomatoes: 71%

The Canal – availability:

  • Netflix: Not available
  • Hulu: Available
  • Prime Video: Available
  • Disney+: Not available

The Canal – directors:

  • Ivan Kavanagh

The Canal – genres:

Horror   Mystery   Thriller 

The Canal – production:

Ireland   United Kingdom   

The Canal – languages:

English               

Dutation:

92 minutes

 

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Coordinates: 43°27′39″N 4°27′52″E / 43.460972°N 4.464355°E / 43.460972; 4.464355 (The Canal)

The Saintes Maries de la Mer Speed Canal, known to windsurfers as The Canal, is a man-made canal or trench near the French Mediterranean coastal town Saintes Maries de la Mer, built especially for speed record-breaking sailing by windsurfers.

The Canal, also called The French Trench by the English-speaking community of windsurfers, is 1,100 metres long and 30 metres wide, in a west-northwest/east-southeast orientation designed to take advantage of the Marin and Mistral winds that blow in that location.

In 1987, the idea of building a speed canal was thought up by British speed windsurfer Erik Beale and St Marie speed week organizer Michel Roussolet. The first version was 850 m long and it enabled Beale on 13 November 1988 to become the first sailor in history to officially break the 40-knot barrier, setting the Outright Speed Sailing Record of:

In the early 1990s the canal was lengthened to its final length of 1,100 m and four consecutive Outright Speed Sailing Records, measured on a 500-metre course, were set on The Canal by windsurfers in 1990, 1991,1993:

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Later the same year (1993), The Outright record fell to the Australian sail craft Yellow Pages at * 46.62 knots sailing in the sheltered waters of sandy point, Australia ending the 7-year reign of the windsurfers. That record would stand for 11 years until the next onslaught of the windsurfers in the early 2000s:

Three consecutive Outright Speed Sailing Records, measured on a 500-metre course, were set on The Canal by windsurfers in 2004, 2005 and 2008:

In October 2008, The Canal’s leading position on the world sailing map was taken by the Lüderitz Speed Challenge in Namibia, when the “holy grail” 50-knot barrier of speed sailing was first broken by a kitesurfer.

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