Go behind the scenes as the Sand Masters battle unpredictable rain and a devastating collapse to create a shark-themed sand bar in Palau.
The team waits for the sand delivery at the Palau Pacific Resort.
Chris and Rusty stand on top of the form as they finish vibrating the air out of the sand.
The team instruct the back hoe operator on how much sand to dump.
With the forms removed, the team battle the rain as they begin to carve the shark-themed sculpture.
Morgan, Sue and Kirk watch as Rusty adjusts the top form for the working "sand bar."
Working in the rain, Rusty starts to reveal the large shark, 12 feet in the air.
Well into their shark sanctuary sculpture, the cast and crew finally enjoy some sunshine.
Chris uses the vibrator to make sure that there are no air bubbles in the form.
A scenic view of the beautiful coast of Koror, Palau.
Kirk shapes out some fish and coral on the right side of the sculpture.
What does a real sand bar need? A fully-stocked bar.