Over the course of 6 months, Jokke Sommer, one of world's most prominent wingsuit pilots and Niccolo Porcella, a world-class waterman and big wave surfer, will trade knowledge in their extremely inspiring yet deadly sports. Jokke starts preparing for his trip to Maui by stopping in Oslo and picking up his sponsored gear; meanwhile, Niccolo is in Maui doing a photoshoot for one of his sponsors. The athletes are surrounded by multiple mentors who are skilled in either wingsuit flying or big wave surfing to help train and prepare them, both mentally and physically, for the challenges ahead. They begin with Jokke, getting him on the water to test smaller waves and it quickly becomes apparent that Jokke will need a lot of training in order to surf the big swells at Pe'ahi. Upon a visit to local surf legend, Rodney Kilborn, the men get a quick history lesson on Pe'ahi. To further prepare Jokke for what he will be facing, Niccolo, his brother Francisco, and family friend, Garrett, surf Pe'ahi as Jokke watches. He is able to see how big wave surfers handle and recover from wipe outs. Jokke takes the jet ski to get a closer look but realizes the jet ski is dead and taking on water. As the crew scrambles to get the jet ski back to the boat, they realize a plug was not replaced and that the engine might have taken in too much sea water which could jeopardize the entire project.