Five Dangerous Waters crew members embark upon an epic adventure riding their personal watercraft from Seattle via Alaska and across the Bering Strait to Russia
Five men make an ambitious attempt to travel from Seattle Washington, through Canada, Alaska, into the Bering Sea and cross the Bering Strait to Russia.
Forced to overnight on a deserted beach the crew experience incredible wildlife then retrofit their watercraft in Petersburg Alaska.
The team experience glaciers up close on the Stikine River. The Expedition Leader suffers a breakdown and the team may have to leave their leader behind.
Members of the team get thrown into the frigid waters of Alaska. Patrick's watercraft is replaced and the men find themselves sinking in the Gulf of Alaska.
The crew find themselves on Afognak Island among enourmous Brown Bears. The men cross the Shelikoff Straits and end up on a deserted beach out of fuel.
The crew are forced to camp among the prime habitat of enormous Brown Bears. They find a ship wreck and the team question Steven's leadership.
The expedition enters the Bering Sea. With huge waves, fading light, fog and rain the men and their machines are hoisted onto a crab vessel to spend the night.
The expedition attempts a 100 mile open water crossing. Charles nears hypothermia. Fall approaches and the men fear they may never reach the Bering Strait.
Steven develops a high fever and the team goes to work without their leader. The men see Herds of Caribou and end up camping on the edge of the world.
It's a quiet morning as the expedition face their final day and attempt to cross the Bering Strait. The seas turn huge and the men face their worst fears.