Solo Atlantic Row

Atlantic Ocean (4,800 kms)

Completed Dec 2017 - Feb 2018

!December 2017, from the side of a marina in a small town in one of Spain’s Canary Islands, Damian shoved Darien, his 7m long, 2m wide ocean rowing boat away, into the unknown. The goal to traverse 5000km of ferocious Atlantic ocean, solo and unsupported. Over the following 63 days he would endure, storms, capsizes, Christmas day, sea and pressure sores, total steering system failure, close calls with 300m cargo ships, making eye contact with a whale and much more on the incredible adventure few ever get to experience.


Justin Adkin

Boat Builder

Leven Brown

Training & Weather Router

Eoin O'Malley

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