wind and miles


story line

Wind N ‘Miles is the name that gives the program its title, a docudrama between the comic and the epic about the unknown world of ship restoration, led by a charismatic and crazy presenter who leaves the world behind on earth to devote himself to the sea and sailing by creating your own Bully Boat Garage Workshop.

Josep Pastor, a well-known actor, model and audiovisual producer, through his alter ego “Josh Carter”, will bring the ordinary citizen closer to the world of the sea in an entertaining, modern and surprising way.

the idea

Bully Boat Garage, through the Wind N ‘Miles program, aims to restore the soul of boats with restoration and reintroduce them to their natural habitat, the sea, without ceasing to entertain the viewer at any time.

We will demystify that sailing is only for the rich, we will praise it as a professional way of life (from the skipper, the restaurateur, the monitor, fishing, etc.), we will teach the nautical language and provide knowledge to go to sea: what can one boat dock offer you and another not, the reliability of restoration operations, prices, hours…

We will discover how new technologies are applied to restoration and we will promote culture at the nautical level: artists, photography, music, we will make people aware that we must respect an element that gives us life, we cannot stop joining the sea because it is expensive, because it scares us, because of ignorance…

So far, the educational and didactic aspect of the program, to it we must add the human: we will know the day-to-day life of a team of people who work together, each with their own character, their personal history, their skills in nautical and in life, from the apprentice in training home by his parents to the owner of the boathouse, master rebuilder and mentor of the series.

where does the project come from

This project arises from the concern of a human being who, reached an age, does not adapt to the environment in which he lives, a man who, in the search for his balance, discovers that the sea is where his mind, his thought and his soul find peace.

If peace equals happiness in a living being, we would say that this man in the sea is happy. He then decides to break his relationship with the land to enter the new world of the sea.

His initial project was to live on a boat and go around the world with it, he realizes that he needs qualifications and gets the yacht captain.
Within his meager economy, he can only access a 13-meter boat to live and navigate, but the idea occurs to him that by telling the story of how he carries out his project, he could obtain the necessary income to restore the ship.

After several attempts investing his money and illusions in the project, fate ends up taking him to the correct “port”.
At that moment, a terrible global pandemic begins to ravage the world population and interrupts the project, with the uncertainty of whether or not he could go ahead.
But after drawing energy from him, it is not known where, he combines the magic formula with a series of enthusiastic, creative people who want to give everything for the project, and everything is ready to make Wind n ‘Miles a reality.

Only one ingredient is missing, YOU!!!.

story arc - first season


Some nautical Bully Boat Garage fanatics guys try to occupy a nautical garage, they run into the “God” of restoration, he gives them the place and they are enchanted by his world, an alliance is created, symbiosis, to carry out the Bully Boat Garage, which will set as a goal the restoration of two old boats over 30 years old, to which all the existing technology on the market will be applied.


A thousand vicissitudes such as, buying and selling of boats in international auctions, search for boats around the world, engineering applied to nautical, evolution of the characters and their relationships, the details of work in a dry dock…
In each chapter you will advance in a part of the restoration of the boats.


The team, after various adventures and misadventures, manages to restore a sailboat with a lot of history, the Carter 42, with which Josh Carter can go around the world.


Wind n’Miles will be a series with documentary dyes mixed with specific cinematographic recreations, some on aspects of restoration and basic aspects of nautical and other small “mini movies” of narrative fiction (recreation of anecdotes, dreams, boat presentations, etc.).
The tone will oscillate between the lighthearted comedy and the dramatic emotionality of specific moments: professional tensions, achievement of difficult goals, etc.
We are also interested in the human factor, in the course of the chapters we will show the day-to-day life of the people who form and live in the great family of the Bully Boat Garage with all its ins and outs, sentimental, economic, family, health problems, personal relationships, etc.
A portrait of the professional and personal lives of the characters, a life of change, sometimes for the better, and sometimes for the worse.

horus creations films

manuel carballo

Mini Movies Director

Director of the mini movies. Screenwriter and film director, in parallel to his activity, he is a professor of Film Direction at the IFP school in Barcelona and has also been part of the jury of various competitions and festivals.

cristian o. d´alessandro


He began his career in 'Image and Sound Design' at the UBA, he has directed, made, shot and post produced documentary films, series and different content for Netflix and Sony Music, with the help of great Argentinian production companies.

josep pastor

Main Character

Actor and audiovisual producer with more than 20 years of experience, his character combines the creativity of the acting and audiovisual world with the nautical knowledge and expertise necessary to develop this story.





Release Date:
executive production:

Horus Creations

in collaboration with:

Anou Audiovisuals & Ong Paraocio


Josep Pastor

production director:

Paco Sempere

assistant director:



P. Villena

dop final interviews:

Zorro Cánovas

camera assistant:

M. Rojas


Andrea Pérez

assistant editing:

Sole Marqués

dron sequence:

TMH Workdrones, David G & Tomás M

original script:

Josep Pastor

focus puller:

D. Díaz

direct sound:

Ronky Rodríguez

sound design:

Marcos López


Pablo Rubén Maldonado

bso coordinator:

José Luis Chicote

still photography & graphic design:

Hiurma Delgado

tech manager:

Carlos Tronchoni

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