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Wanted - ocean rowers (to join teams) and crews to participate in races  

                 Ocean Row Events is seeking crew for the  Atlantic Ocean January 2015

 
 

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 "List of rowers who rowed an ocean / oceans twice or more" (with age at the start) has been added to the stats.
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Ocean Rows to start in 2014




Phil McCorry & Dan Renner(GB)

 

Geoff Allum (GB)

plan to row the Atlantic E-W  from Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria and make land in Barbados in no more than 45 days onboard Gaby Hardwicke Atlantic Challenge, but they are looking to beat the current world record.
The departure is scheduled for November 7, 2014  (weather permitting)

 

intends to row the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados on board  Pacific Pete.
When successful, 43 years after his first crossing, when Geoff was the youngest ocean rower, he will, this time, be the oldest solo rower (67), a record currently held by Pavel Rezvoy (66)

The departure is scheduled for November 5, 2014
(weather permitting)


This season two teams are going to compete on the "Trade Winds I" Route,
from Gran Canaria to Barbados.
 
Simon Chalk - skipper (GB), Noel Watkins (NZ), Roland Burr, Julian Evans, John Farndale, Stephen Harpin, Oliver Waite, Jeremy Webb (GB)

 Team of Eight on board Toby Wallace are going to row the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados trying to beat the current speed record of average speed  3.386knts and reach the finish line of PSC Barbados in less than 32 days.
The departure from Puerto Mogan  is scheduled for November 7, 2014  (weather permitting)
 


 

Paul Williams - skipper (GB), Matt Inglesby (GB), Kevin Doyle (Ireland), Mads Fabricius (Denmark), Christophe Legeais (France) & t.b.a.

 Team of Six on board Oystershack are going to row the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados trying to beat the current speed record of average speed  3.386knts and reach the finish line of PSC Barbados in less than 32 days.
The departure from Puerto Mogan  is scheduled for November 7, 2014 (weather permitting)


 

   

Vladimir Maximov (Russia)

   

 

is going to row the Atlantic E-W from Lisbon, Portugal to Caribbeans  on board a custom-built Rossiter Rowing Boats'  "Solaris".
The departure is planned for Mid-November.

   

 

 

 


Calendar of ocean rows in  2015



 

Leven Brown + 7 (t.b.a.)

 

Sonya Baumstein (USA)

are going to row the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados onboard a super quick boat aiming for sub 30 day time. The start is scheduled for January 2015

 

is preparing to row the North Pacific W-E from Japan to San Francisco on board her yet to be named solo boat. The departure is scheduled for 2015.

 

Erden Eruc (Turkey)

 

 plans to row across the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea - from New York City to Portugal, and then heading through the Mediterranean toward Anzac Cove near Gallipoli in Turkey - to pay tribute to his countrymen and Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died in the Dardanelles during the Great War.
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The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2015 Run by Atlantic Campaigns
from San Sebastian de La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain

Solo, Pairs, Fours.

The start is scheduled for December 2015

 
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