Local lifeguards push their own limits in SNO Hawaii TV show
On Wednesday, May 3, at 6 p.m., VRAK will launch SNO HAWAII, its very first original documentary series. The show’s crew follows about thirty lifeguards from Quebec who are aged between 16 and 22 years old and who give their very best to be certified National Lifeguards – Surf (NLS).
Each year, several candidates defy the Hawaiian waves on the paradisiacal Oahu Island to obtain their NLS award and work on the world’s finest beaches. The challenges they face are so difficult that some participants risk failing their course. When they’re not training, they swim with sharks, parachute jump and discover the island’s treasures.
The young and genuine gang of SNO HAWAIIi will outdo themselves and develop new friendships in this once-in-a-lifetime experience. This new show from iProd Média is made of six 60-minute episodes.
The Lifesaving Society invites you to watch this TV series in large numbers and to look for a foretaste of it on the Vrak site.