Anton Fitzpatrick shows us step-by-step how to build a clinker boat in Devon and we meet the people who make and restore dreamboats.
Anton constructs the backbone for the jig, Angus races off to sea and we meet Joanna Moran, who designed and built her own boat.
Anton joins lengths of plywood for the planking while Angus meets a man who has constructed a replica of the 1922 Sunbeam.
Anton cuts the first plank for the hull, while Angus looks at an Italian-built racer and we meet the man who's restoring a Bristol Pilot Cutter.
Anton fixes the first plank to the keel while Angus sails a 1892 Herreshoff Half-Rater replica and we visit well-known boat restorer Greg Powesland.
Anton guides us through sanders, Angus steps aboard an 1892 gentleman's gaff ketch and we meet Launa Rice who's restored her own 6-metre racing yacht.
Anton fits the outside keel, Angus meets a Dutch couple's 62ft Bermudan rigged yacht, and meet a family as they transform a fishing boat into a home.
Anton fits the bilge runners while Angus visits the world's largest Square Rigger for disabled people and we meet a first-time boat builder.
Anton fits the gunwales and seats, Angus sails on one of the prettiest six metre racers afloat and we meet a man who's restoring an old cargo boat.
Anton fits the breast hooks and rubbing strakes, Angus visits a Claude Worth yacht and we meet the couple who sailed into the sunset from scratch.
Anton carefully constructs the rowlocks and oars, Angus sails on a Gaff Rigged Schooner, and we meet the man restoring England's maritime heritage.
Anton constructs and fits rudder and tiller, Angus boards a Fife-designed racing yacht plus a detailed look at a Camper and Nicholson restoration.
Anton selects wood for the mast and visits a local sail maker, Angus boards a 65-foot twin-masted schooner, plus an ambitious young boat builder.
Anton chooses varnish for the hull and makes the cleats, Angus sails a converted fishing boat, plus meet the builder of a revolutionary square rigger.
Anton prepares his finished boat for her maiden voyage, and Angus leaps aboard a 90ft carbon fibre craft. Plus, what happens at boat building school?