Travel Channel is going for a ride. This week, the network announced the new season of Big Time RV and the upcoming series Boat Buyers will debut in March.
Big Time RV “follows couples, families and friends as they search for the perfect vehicle to hit the road.” Meanwhile, Boat Buyers “highlights cool boats with hot features such as full kitchens, leather lounge seating and boats that climb from sea to land in a flash.”
The new season of Big Time RV premieres on March 5th at 9 p.m. ET/PT, followed by the series debut of Boat Buyers at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
From Travel Channel:
NEW YORK (February 6, 2017) – When getting to the destination is half the fun, road trippers and water sport thrill seekers alike need a stylish ride. Beginning Sunday, March 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Travel Channel will follow couples, families and friends as they search for the perfect vehicle to hit the road or cruise pristine waterways in the latest season of “Big Time RV” and in the new series “Boat Buyers.”
“Big Time RV” returns with back-to-back episodes featuring America’s largest, and most prestigious, RV dealership in Tampa, Fla. and Tucson, Ariz. This season, the owners expand the business with a new lot in Loveland, Colo. – about 53 miles from Denver. In the season premiere of “Big Time RV,” a politician chooses an RV that can accommodate his family while on the road for work, three mountain bikers need an RV that will get them to Colorado’s most rugged trails and two adventurous full-timers want a downsized RV for their European holiday.
For those considering water transport options, the premiere of “Boat Buyers” at 10 p.m. ET/PT highlights cool boats with hot features such as full kitchens, leather lounge seating and boats that climb from sea to land in a flash. This season showcases a myriad of destinations and fun activities that are best accessed by water. The series premiere follows a family in search of a boat that will help them enjoy the exciting water activities that await them on Lake Lewisville, one of the largest lakes in north Texas.”
What do you think? Do you watch Travel Channel? Will you watch the premieres of Big Time RV or Boat Buyers?