owing halfway around our planet, solo, unsupported, in waters filled with some of the richest and most diverse marine life, is one of the greatest expeditions I could hope to embark on in my lifetime. Only two men have ever succeeded rowing solo and non-stop, and few people have even dared to attempt the crossing.
The expedition is expected to take between 180 and 270 days, equating to up to 6,480 hours at sea. I will be completely self reliant, storing all the food, electronics, navigation and communication equipment I will need in hull and cabins of the boat. Fully laden the boat will weigh around 1 ton.