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ROWING THE ATLANTIC 2022

Atlantic

Escapade

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 They will be carrying all of their provisions on-   board, battling sleep deprivation and physical   exhaustion as they row in shifts to keep the boat moving 24 hours a day. 

Home for the duration will be an ocean rowing boat     measuring just 7 metres from bow to stern.

    From the Canaries to the Caribbean, the pair will     test the limits of their physical and mental   endurance. Explore this website to find out more   about the plans, preparations and the progress of an ocean row, and how to get involved!

3,000

Nautical Miles

2

Rowers

40 - 60

Days Alone At Sea

Atlantic Escapade is a project in which Andy Hodgson and     Rosalind Chaston will attempt to row 3,000 nautical miles        entirely unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean.    

 
 
 

BECOME A SPONSOR

The boat is a floating billboard for your business. Become a main sponsor and read more about the benefits here. 

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MEET THE CREW

Read a bit more about us and what we have planned for the year ahead.

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SUPPORT THE ROW

There's lots of ways to get involved. You could join our 100 club and help us to the start line, donate a meal, or donate directly to our chosen charities.

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WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?

Alongside the personal challenge, we are rowing the Atlantic to raise money and awareness of 2 charities very close to our hearts. Andy's nominated charity is the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Rosalind's nominated charity is the BLUE Marine Foundation. 

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BECOME A STOWAWAY

Become a stowaway and join the official Atlantic Escapade supporters club! Contribute £100 and you'll receive official Atlantic Escapade merchandise, raffle tickets, shout outs, and an invitation to our black tie charity event. 

 

Your contribution will go directly towards the costs of our challenge and getting us to the start line, allowing us to then raise as much as possible for our charities.

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