This is the sailing vessel Vienna, 36 feet in length, a beam 11.5 ft wide, mast 52 ft tall. This journey takes place mere miles from the harbor of Vancouver, where Vienna was built in 1982. Comfortably sleeping 5, the vessel is outfitted with the simplest comforts of home.
The inlets of the British Columbian coast are especially prone to winter storms, gale force winds and relentless precipitation. These 5 men embark on a journey in search of rough seas and secluded mountainous areas. Tacking their way up the coast, they are in for more than sailing and skiing. A fictional story based on true events.
These are some of the finest mountains, that you could ever lay your eyes on. Loaded with giant cedars and fir trees down low and piled up with deep snow as you climb higher up their slopes. It really is a magical place. Lots of inspiration here... As the sun creeps behind the towering peaks, the moon takes its place under a dark and starry sky and we experience a similar world beneath a new light…
The road trip, a time-honoured tradition and rite of passage really… Letting routine fade away in the rear-view, they look forward, awaiting what the horizon holds. Worries left behind and uncertain of what lies ahead, they are left with the present moment. And with that, the stage is set. These 4 gents, embark on a uniquely coastal journey from the alpine peaks that guard the Duffy Lake Rd. to the rugged and unexplored coastlines of the northern reaches of Vancouver Island. Big mountains, deserted surf breaks, river navigation and picturesque coastal scenery highlight this adventure along the Road To Nowhere.
This unique islands’ offerings leave nothing to be desired. Never far from the mountains, nor far from the sea… from the rivers, the forest, civilization or… from getting lost. Follow the journey from the high reaches of New Zealand's Southern Alps to the cold water surf breaks that pound the intricate coastlines.