PACIFIC ROW CHALLENGE 2021

Monterey, California to Honolulu, Hawaii

WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT:

2,700 MILES ACROSS THE TOUGHEST SEAS

OUR MISSION 

 

Row 2,700 miles across the Pacific Ocean, one of the world’s toughest seas – UNSUPPORTED.

Raise funds to build an updated on-site Health Centre at St Elizabeth’s.

Raise funds for Matthew’s Friends.

Raise funds to fight Ocean Plastic Pollution.

Attempt to break a WORLD RECORD.

To work with our supporters so they feel part of our challenge.

OUR CHALLENGES

Rowing “1 hour on, 1 hour off” for 24 hours a day, for however long it takes, hopefully less than 39 days!

Rowing the Pacific, the threat of danger is ever present…

40 – 50 foot waves, storms, sharks, the dreaded ‘Rogue wave’ means constantly living on the edge with the possibility of being capsized and thrown into icy waters.

A tiny boat with all necessities stored onboard allows for rowing, sitting, and sleeping… zero creature comforts.

Help, if needed, could be days away… we are on our own UNSUPPORTED!

OUR MISSION 

Row 2,700 miles across the Pacific Ocean,one of the world’s toughest seas – UNSUPPORTED.

Raise funds to build an updated on-site Health Centre at St Elizabeth’s.

Raise funds for Matthew’s Friends.

Raise funds to fight Ocean Plastic Pollution.

Attempt to break a WORLD RECORD.

To work with our supporters so they feel part of our challenge.

OUR CHALLENGES

Rowing “1 hour on, 1 hour off” for 24 hours a day, for however long it takes, hopefully less than 39 days!

Rowing the Pacific, the threat of danger is ever present…

40 – 50 foot waves, storms, sharks, the dreaded ‘Rogue wave’ means constantly living on the edge with the possibility of being capsized and thrown into icy waters.

A tiny boat with all necessities stored onboard allows for rowing, sitting, and sleeping… zero creature comforts.

Help, if needed, could be days away… we are on our own UNSUPPORTED!

“Our challenges are great… Our determination greater”

“Our challenges are great…

Our determination greater”

HADLEY’S STORY

The Story of ENDURANCE LIMITS is HADLEY’S Story.

Hadley suffers profound physical and learning disabilities as a result of severe epilepsy from a young age.

Living at St. Elizabeth’s, with specialist care 24/7, Hadley benefits from specialist on-site Health and Therapy support, to care for his unique medical and therapeutic needs, and to keep him safe, well and happy.

Find out how the inspirational ENDURANCE LIMITS TEAM was born out of pain and struggle, and how these daring and determined friends began FUNDRAISING FOR CHANGE.

HADLEY’S STORY

The Story of ENDURANCE LIMITS is HADLEY’S Story.

Hadley suffers profound physical and learning disabilities as a result of severe epilepsy from a young age.

Living at St. Elizabeth’s, with specialist care 24/7, hydrotherapy has become an integral element of Hadley’s treatment.

Find out how the inspirational ENDURANCE LIMITS TEAM was born out of pain and struggle, and how these daring and determined friends began FUNDRAISING FOR CHANGE.

To reach our goal, we need YOU ONBOARD!

 

OUR CHARITIES –

St. Elizabeth’s

St. Elizabeth’s is a home and community for over 200 vulnerable adults and children living with profound disabilities.

Matthew’s Friends

Matthew’s Friends  is a charity specialising in medical Ketogenic Dietary Therapies for Epilepsy and other disorders.

Our Oceans

We want to help reduce marine pollution by supporting The Marine Conservation Society’s “Clean Seas” campaign. 

OUR CHARITIES –

St. Elizabeth’s

St. Elizabeth’s is a home and community for over 200 vulnerable adults and children living with profound disabilities.

Matthew’s Friends

Matthew’s Friends  is a charity specialising in medical Ketogenic Dietary Therapies for Epilepsy and other disorders.

Our Oceans

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the largest accumulation of ocean plastic in the world, covering 1.6 million square kms. 

To reach our goal, we need YOU ONBOARD!

 

THE ENDURANCE LIMITS TEAM

A team of four friends-turned-superheroes!

 

 

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