is going to row the Atlantic W-E solo on board Fox II to commemorate and honour the first ever row across an ocean by Norwegian-Americans Georg Harbo and Gabriel “Frank” Samuelsen 120 years earlier, as well as hoping to be the first Norwegian to row the Atlantic from West to East. The row will start in Battery Park, Manhattan, New York and will end in St. Mary, Scilly Isles, England.
When successful, Stein will become the oldest (71) person to row an ocean.
The departure is scheduled for Sunday, 15th May 2016
Press article >>> 21.10.2015
FB page – Stein Hoff – Atlantic Row 2016
Is getting ready to set off to sea again. Graham has already rowed the Atlantic E-W four times (2 – in Pair and 2 – Solo), the last time – in a historic boat of David Johnstone & John Hoare – Puffin.
This time he will row a restored and re-equipped historic boat of Sidney Genders – Khaggavisana
When successful, Graham will become the oldest solo ocean rower
The departure from Gran Canaria is planned for December 2015
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are paddling the Atlantic E-W on board ocean kayak Kele, from Spain to English Harbour, Antigua with a stop over in Gran Canaria, to become the first team of Two to complete such a voyage.
Departed from Mazagon, Spain (Gulf of Cadiz) on October 21, 2015 at 19:05GMT
Arrived in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria on November 11, 2015 at 05:00GMT
Left Pasito Blanco, Gran Canaria on November 27, 2015 at 13:50GMT
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are going to pedal the Atlantic Ocean E-W from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro on board custom built pedal boat Vaquita and dedicate the voyage to addressing mass extinction caused by humans. When successful, they will become the first team of Mother and Son to pedal across any ocean and the first Team of Two to cross the South Atlantic under human power
The departure is scheduled for the beginning of December 2015 (weather permitting)
On Standby in Cape Town
After having completed the second leg of their row across the Pacific E-W (1.California-Hawaii, 2.Hawaii-Samoa) are rowing on to Australia on board Doris, to become the first all-female crew to row across the Pacific.
For the second leg (Hawaii – Samoa) Lizanne Van Vuuren replaced Isabel Burnham
For the final third leg Lizanne Van Vuuren has been replaced by Meg Dyos
Left San Francisco on April 20, 2015. Arrived to Hawaii on July 20, 2015 after 68 days 1h 30 min at sea.
Left Hawaii on July 29 2015 . Arrived in Apia, Samoa on Sunday, November 1, 2015 after 95 days 20hrs 39 min at sea
Left Apia, Samoa on November 9, 2015 at 21:30GMT
The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2015 Run by Atlantic Campaigns
from San Sebastian de La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain
Solo, Pairs, Fours. (the list of entrants >>>)
Tracking page >>>
Started from San Sebastian de La Gomera on Sunday December 20, 2015 at 09:00GMT
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Team The Tempest Two are rowing the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados on board Deus
Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria on December 18, 2015 at 15:00GMT (t.b.c.)