PACIFIC ROW CHALLENGE

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WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT:

2,700 miles across the toughest seas

IMPROVING

VULNERABLE

LIVES

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, to support the 200+ vulnerable children and adults with highly complex health needs who live and study there.

Raise funds for Mathew’s Friends, a charity specialising in medical Ketogenic Dietary Therapies for Epilepsy and other disorders. 

Raise funds and awareness for OCEAN PLASTIC POLLUTION.

Attempt to break a WORLD RECORD.

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

OUR CHALLENGES

Rowing “2 hours on, 2 hours 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!

 

 

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