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Rows in 2012: (click on the name)

John Beeden

Team Gallagher

Kieran Sweeney & Callum

 McDonald (1)

Sara G

Bass Strait Row

Kieran Sweeney & Callum McDonald (2)

HM&S TWIGGY

Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge

David Whiddon and Lloyd Figgins

Janice Jakait

Tušmobil TransAtlantik

 Tom Dignum & Christian Howard

Erden Eruc (Atlantic SE - NW)

Bouvet Guyane 2012

Gabor Rakonczay (canoe)

Team Titan

Tommy Tippetts

Nicolas Carvajal

Sarah Outen

Charlie Martell

Bruno Froideval

Mathieu Bonnier

Laurence Grand-Clement &  Laurence De Rancourt

Ralph Tuijn

Paul Ridley, Collin West, Neal Mueller and Scott Mortensen

Charles Hedrich

 

 
 

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   Charles Hedrich (France)

       

   

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has rowed the Atlantic both ways non-stop - from
Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon (French territory at the southern coast of Newfoundland) to Europe, along the coasts of France, Spain, Portugal, and then Morocco, to continue via Canary Islands and finish in the Caribbean.
 

Left Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon
on July 9th 2012 at 14:33GMT (12:33 local time)

Arrived in Martinique ( Petite Anse d'Arlet) 14°29N 61°04W  at 1:30GMT December 2nd 2012 (December 1st 21:30 local time)

Congratulations to Charles on becoming the first person to row the Atlantic both ways non-stop !




   Paul Ridley, Collin West, Neal Mueller and Scott Mortensen  (USA)

       

 

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intended to be the first to row  across the Arctic Ocean, a non-stop journey of 1,300 miles of open water,  starting in Inuvik, Canada and landing in Providenya, Russia. Adverse weather conditions forced them to change the destination for Point Hope, Alaska.
 

Rowed out into the waters of the Mackenzie River from the Town Boat Launch in Inuvik
on July 17th 2012 at 19:39GMT (13:39 local time)

Completed their journey in Point Hope, AK at 22:46GMT (1:46pm local time) on August 26th 2012


  Ralph Tuijn (Netherlands) 

       

   

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has undertaken the second attempt of a solo non-stop row across the Indian Ocean in his ocean rowboat Me Inc, from mainland Australia to mainland Africa. This had to be Ralph's third ocean crossing after the row across the Atlantic E-W (in pair with his brother Mike Tuijn. from La Gomera to Curacao, 2006) and the Pacific E-W solo (2007/08 from Callao, Peru  to Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, via Atafu and Fiji)
 

Left Carnarvon, WA. on August 1, 2012 at 03:00GMT (11:00 local time)

Arrived to Cocos Island on October 8th, 2012 at 6:00GMT. He will continue his trip in Spring 2013
 

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June 15, 2012: Founder and Coach of Recovery on Water, Jenn Gibbons started her row along the entire 1,500 mile perimeter of Lake Michigan in her ocean rowboat Liv. This is a part of her preparation for Trans-Atlantic row that is planned for 2013
Follow Jenn's progress >>>  and read her blog >>>  

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June 21, 2012:
Erden Eruc left Cameron, Louisiana to pedal the last leg of the Globe Circumnavigation under Human Power - to Bodega Bay, the starting point of his journey, that began at 17:00GMT on May 3, 2007

On July 21, 2012 Erden cycled into the Marina of Bodega Bay and touched the waters of the Pacific at 18:52PST (July 22,  01:52GMT) from the pier where 5 years ago he started his circumnavigation from .


 Laurence Grand-Clement &  Laurence De Rancourt (France)

       

 

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after having rowed the Atlantic E-W in team of four (2009), have completed the row  from Geraldton, WA. to Mauritius to become the first French and the first female team of two to row the Indian Ocean.

 

Left Geraldton, WA. on April 19, 2012 3:00GMT (11:00 local time)
Crossed the finish line in Mauritius on July 13, 2012 at 05:05GMT

Congratulations to the First Female Team and the First French to row the Indian Ocean !!!


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  Ralph Tuijn (Netherlands) 

       

   

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has attempted a solo non-stop row across the Indian Ocean in his ocean rowboat Me Inc, from mainland Australia to mainland Africa. This was going to be Ralph's third ocean crossing after the row across the Atlantic E-W (in pair with his brother Mike Tuijn) from La Gomera to Curacao, 2006 and the Pacific E-W solo, 2007/08 from Callao, Peru  to Rabaul, Papua New Guinea (via Atafu and Fiji)
 

Left Geraldton, WA. on June 28 2012 at 04:15GMT (12:15 local time)

On July 3, 2012 at 2:00GMT (10:00 local time WST) Ralph has been picked-up .
 He has got technical difficulties with water maker and autopilot. Ralph returned to Geraldton, he will fix the issues and start again.    
 

 Mathieu Bonnier (France)

       

   

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after rowing the Atlantic E-W solo (Trades II, 2009) and more than 2500 km in Baffin Bay and the Northwest Passage (2010), is rowing the Atlantic W-E solo in his ocean rowboat Liteboat, from Cape Cod to France (to finish by crossing the Ouessant Island Meridien)    
 

Left Chatham, Cape Cod, Mass., USA
on Wednesday, June 20, 2012.  Took his first oar-stroke at 13:43GMT (9:43 EDT) 

According to land team of Mathieu, due to extremely bad current weather conditions and forecasts,
on June 30, 2012 Mathieu took a hard decision to stop his attempt and to row back to land.

Took a tow from the Canadian Coastguard off shores of Nova Scotia on July 2, 2012 at 5:00GMT, landed in Halifax at 8:00GMT
 


  Bruno Froideval (France)

       

   

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after rowing the Atlantic E-W (2007, in team with
Olivier Bertonnier) intends to row the Atlantic W-E solo in his ocean rowboat Caouanne, from Chatham, Cape Cod, USA to Saint Jacques, France. The start is scheduled for June 2012, simultaneously with his friend Mathieu Bonnier 
Press Article >>> 14.06.12
 

Left Chatham, Cape Cod, Mass., USA
on Wednesday, June 20, 2012.  Took his first oar-stroke at 13:37GMT (9:37 EDT)

Bruno cancelled his attempt . Landed in Nova Scotia on June 29 2012 at 01:45GMT  



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 Charlie Martell (GB)

       

 

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is rowing the Pacific W-E, from Choshi, Japan to San Francisco, USA in a bid to become the first Briton to successfully row along this route solo in his ocean rowboat Blossom.
Charlie has rowed the Atlantic W-E -  2006, Team Hesco.
 

Started his row from Choshi, Japan on May 4, 2012 at 19:51GMT
 
7.06.12:  Voyage aborted; Charlie unhurt

At approximately 0900BST on 7 June Charlie had to issue a distress call to Falmouth Coastguard, following damage sustained to his boat while passing through tropical storm Mawar

Russian crew of bulk carrier MV Last Tycoon, which is headed for Vancouver,
recovered Charlie Martell at 21:18 BST on June 8, 2012


  Sarah Outen (GB)

       

 

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having rowed the Indian Ocean (2009) and cycled from Tower Bridge to Tokyo (April-November 2011) as part of the
expedition "London to London Via the World", is now rowing the Pacific W-E on board Gulliver.
 

Departed from Choshi, Japan on May 12, 2012 at 22:06GMT (May 13, 2012 at 07:06JST)

7.06.12:  Voyage aborted
 Sarah alerted Japanese authorities of damage to her boat in the early hours on 7 June

09.45 BST 8 June 2012 Sarah Outen safe on board Zao the rescue boat


 

  Erden Eruç (Turkey)

       

 

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continues the Human Powered Circumnavigation expedition; he has completed his row across the Atlantic SE-NW, from Luderitz, Namibia to Guiria, Venezuela and across the Caribbean Sea from Carupano, Venezuela to Calcasieu Pass, LA., USA


Left 
Luderitz, Namibia at 7:00GMT on October 10th 2011

Landed in Guiria, Venezuela at 18:53GMT on March 11, 2012 

Left Carupano, Venezuela at 01:00GMT March 22nd 2012

Landed at Public Launch in Cameron, Louisiana, USA on Sunday , May 27 2012 at 18:12GMT

 

Longest total time at sea   Total Time at Sea Days : hours : minutes : seconds
876  : 06  : 00  : 00 
 

 

    April  11 - 30, 2012: ocean rower James Robert Hanssen and his crew OAR Northwest (winner of the Trans-Atlantic rowing race in 2006) became the first to row around Vancouver Island, around the clock. For Details >>>
     
  April 2012: ocean rower Elin Haf Davies (Atlantic 2007-08, Indian 2009) took part in the famous Clipper round the world challenge – the world’s longest yacht race – as part of the Visit Finland yacht crew sailing from Qinjdao, China to San Francisco, USA.
This was the third ocean she had conquered – but the first one under sail power. For details >>>
     

   Nicolas Carvajal (GB)

       

 

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has completed his solo row across the Atlantic E-W, from Gran Canaria to
French Guyana in his boat Pito, to raise funds for Cancer Research.
 

Left Gran Canaria on January 26th 2012 at 16:15GMT
Arrived to Georgetown, Guyana, on 18 April 2012 at 23:17 GMT (7:17 pm local time)


Tommy Tippetts (GB)        

 

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has completed his row of the Atlantic E to W solo in his ocean rowboat KED ENDEAVOUR,  from La Gomera to Barbados to become the youngest male solo ocean rower (22y 301d at the start). The first attempt was made as part of the Woodvale 2011 Race, but was aborted due to technical problems.
 

Left San Sebastian de La Gomera  on January 21, 2012 at 05:55GMT
Landed in Port St Charles, Barbados at 14:35GMT on 12 April 2012
 
Congratulations on becoming the youngest male ocean rower to row any ocean SOLO !!!
 
Atlantic E-W Solo Rows The youngest ocean rowers
 

Simon Chalk (skipper), Liam Steevenson, Paul Williams (UK);
Franck Festor, Patrick Favre (France); Bryan Fuller (USA), Toby Wallace (UK/USA),
Noel Watkins (NZ)

       
 

 Team of 8 onboard Titan have completed the row of the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados in attempt to break the existing record, set by Matt Craughwell and his crew on board Sara G in 2011, by arriving to Barbados in less than 32 days

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Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria on Sunday,  February 26th 2012  at 6:59GMT

Arrived in Port St Charles, Barbados on March 31, 2012 at approx. 22:30GMT (17:30 local time) - t.b.c.

 

10 Fastest rows across the Atlantic E to W (Trade Winds I)


 

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    Gábor Rakonczay (Hungary)

       

 

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after rowing the Atlantic E-W 2007 in team with Andrea Pálos,  has crossed the Atlantic E-W solo onboard an ocean canoe. He has  paddled the first leg (640 nm) from Lagos (Portugal) to Las Palmas in 16 days. Gabor has become the first man to paddle an ocean by an ocean canoe.
 

Left Las Palmas  on January 25, 2012 at 05:21GMT

Arrived to Antigua on March 25, 2012 (time to be confirmed)

Congratulations to Gabor on becoming the first canoeist to paddle an ocean !

 

 

 

The transatlantic rowing race of 23 solo 8m-long one-design boats
from Dakar, Sénégal to Cayenne, French Guiana
 is scheduled to start on January 29th 2012

 
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At 10:00GMT January 29, 2012 the horn sounded over Bernard'baie
and 23 boats in this year’s Bouvet Guyane Solo Atlantic Rowing Race crossed the start line

With arrival of the last competing boat Le Championnet skippered by Said Ben Amar
on March 20 2012 at 13:35GMT the Race was finished

 

 


  Erden Eruç (Turkey)

       

 

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continues the Human Powered Circumnavigation expedition; he has completed his Mozambique-Namibia bicycle stage which  included climbing the highest point in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro and is rowing across the Atlantic E-W, from Luderitz, Namibia to Cancun, Mexico

Left  Luderitz, Namibia at 7:00GMT on October 10th 2011

At 15:18GMT on March 6, 2012 Erden has rowed through the strait named Serpent's Mouth, leaving behind the Columbus Channel and entering the Gulf of Paria, and by this he has officially completed his row across the Atlantic

Landed in Guiria, Venezuela at 18:53GMT on March 11, 2012 

 


 

Tom Dignum & Christian Howard (GB)        

 

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Team Oar Raisers have completed their row across the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados to raise money and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.

Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria on November 25, 2011 at 11:00GMT
Arrived at Port St Charles, Barbados  on March 7, 2012 at 17:00GMT (t.b.c.)

Welcome to exclusive Club " 100 + "  !!!


Marin Medak (Slovenia), skipper, Alastair Humphreys, Simon Osborne and Stephen Bowens (GB)

       

 

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are rowing the Atlantic E-W from Canary Islands to Barbados on board Tušmobil TransAtlantik to complete the challenge of their lives. 

Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria on January 12th 2012 at 08:55GMT

At  00:07GMT Feb 27th 2012 Tušmobil TransAtlantik crossed the longitude of the North Point of Barbados and by that has officially completed the row across the Atlantic.

 
 

Janice Jakait (Germany)        

 

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has completed her row across the Atlantic E to W solo  in her boat  "Bifröst" (aka Spirit of Fernie) - from Portimao, Portugal to Barbados.
 Janice has become the first woman to row solo from mainland Europe, the First German to row an ocean solo and she rowed the  longest distance by a woman on the Atlantic.

Left Portimao, Portugal on November 23rd 2011 at 12:00GMT

Crossed the finish line in Port St Charles on February 21st at 17:00GMT (13:00 local time)

 

    David Whiddon and Lloyd Figgins (GB)

       

 

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have rowed the Atlantic E-W from Agadir, Morocco to Barbados onboard Atlantic Calling to raise money for  the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Left Agadir, Morocco at 8:00GMT on December 19th 2011

Arrived to Barbados on February 18, 2012 at 01:00GMT (21:00 local time, February 17, 2012)

 


Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge
 
Rowing Race 2011

from San Sebastian de La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain to Barbados

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Left San Sebastian de la Gomera, Canary Islands on December 5, 2011 at 12:00GMT 
The last boat landed in Barbados on February 18, 2012 at  13:29GMT 



Aldo Diana, Ken Maynard, Graham Witham and Jason Howard-Ady (GB)

       

 

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ex-Royal marines - all served together 25 years ago - have completed a row across the Atlantic E-W, from Canary islands to Barbados onboard their ocean rowboat HM&S TWIGGY

Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria on December 14 2011 at 15:30GMT
Arrived to Port St Charles, Barbados on February 17, 2012 23:30GMT (19:30 local time)

 

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Kieran Sweeney & Callum McDonald (GB)

       

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are undertaking their third attempt to pedal the Atlantic from Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria to Barbados onboard their one-of-a-kind human powered ocean pedal craft the “Lydia Rose”.
 

Left Puerto Mogan Gran Canaria at 10:00GMT on February 1, 2012    
Rescued on February 6th 2012.


 



  Margaret Bowling (skipper), Ben Turner and Clark Carter (Australia)

       
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are rowing from Wilsons Promontory, Victoria to Hobart, Tasmania via the Bass Strait on Old Mutual Endurance.
The expedition is a test run for Ben's 2012  Pacific Ocean E to W row.

Left Victoria on  January  27th 2012 (time t.b.c)
Row interrupted on January 30th 2012 due to Ben's injury.

 

Message from Margaret Bowling, 31.01.12   07:17GMT:
Water Police chosen to tow us back when they pick Ben up for broken arm. Disappointed not to be able to continue this ocean rowing adventure, for now.

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Matt Craughwell, Skipper, Ian Rowe (both UK), Aodhan Kelly (Ireland),
Mark Beaumont (Scotland),
Simon Brown and Yaacov Mutnikas (UK)

       
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 Crew of 6 on board Sara G was rowing the Atlantic E - W from Tarfaya, Morocco to PSC, Barbados in attempt to break the current world speed record (3.896 m/h) set by Sara G crew on February 8th 2011 and to become the first sub 30day crew.
 

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Left  Tarfaya, Morocco on January 2nd 2012 at 13:00GMT

  Row interrupted at 11:00GMT on January 30th 2012  
 

30.01.12: According to Coast Guard Duty Officer of Fort  de France, Martinique , they have coordinated that two merchant ships -
 tanker Naparima (ETA Trinidad and Tobago 02 February 2012) and bulker  Nord Taipei - are proceeding to  Sara G position.
It has been reported that all the crew are safe and in the life raft, attached by a line to their capsized boat.
It is expected that a rendezvous with the vessels will take place at approx. 02:00GMT on January 31st .
 

At approx. 02:00GMT on January 31st 2012  the crew was picked up by bulker Nord Taipei .
 ETA to Gibraltar - February 9, 2012.
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Kieran Sweeney & Callum McDonald (GB)

       

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have undertaken the second attempt to pedal the Atlantic from Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria to Barbados onboard their one-of-a-kind human powered ocean pedal craft the “Lydia Rose”.
 

Left Puerto Mogan Gran Canaria on January 25, 2012 at 14:00GMT
Being 40 miles from land on Jan 26, 2012 sent request for assistance, took the tow at 18:00GMT and
arrived to Gran Canaria  at 7:00GMT on Jan 27, 2012
 

 


Nigel Cherrie, Martin Berka, James Blake and Andrew McCowan (NZ)  

       

 

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 the four-man 'Team Gallagher' rowing team became the first New Zealand team to row the Tasman, using the iconic harbour bridges of Sydney and Auckland as the start and finish lines.

Left Sidney, Australia and passed under the Harbour Bridge on November 26, 2011 at 22:38GMT
 (November 27, 09:38am local time)

 Made landfall in the Bay of Islands on January 16th 2012 at 02:30GMT (15:30 local time),
becoming the first New Zealand team to row across the Tasman Sea
 
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They picked up supplies, said goodbye to Martin Berka, who had to get off,  restocked the boat and resumed their slog to Auckland

On January 20, 2012 at 4:00GMT (t.b.c.) 5pm local time, 'Team Gallagher' rowed under the Harbour Bridge of Auckland. The row is completed.
 

John Beeden (GB)        

 

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successfully completed the row across the Atlantic E-W solo in his ocean rowboat Virgin London Marathon,  from Gran Canaria to Barbados.

Left Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria  on November 23rd 2011 at 08:50GMT
Crossed the longitude of North Point Barbados on January 15, 2012 at 12.42GMT
 

 

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