26 Days 09Hours 09Minutes- New Guinness World Record
We would just like to say thank you. Thank you for all your messages, support, encouragement and enthusiasm. After only a few hours back on dry land we came to realise it really wasn’t just the four of us in that little boat. It was every single person checking yellow brick tracker day and night. Calculating distance and speed, scanning the weather reports, ringing major shipping ports- so we wouldn’t be run down and of course donating to our charity.
Thank you Swift Construction for your very generous donation to our chosen charity The Evelina Children’s Hospital. All of the money raised will go to straight to the Neurology and Metabolic ward and spent by the nursing team on much needed equipment.
If anybody else would like to make a donation, please visit our Donate Page.
Help a child live a better life.
We are proud to announce Plymouth University as one of our main sponsors. Thank you to Josh and James’ University for believing in us and supporting the challenge. We would specially Like to say thank you to maritime lecturers Chris Pollard for his help in navigation and equipment, Andrew Eccleston for his expertise in meteorology. We would also like to thank Jane Chaffer and Tom Crichton as well as Plymouth University Rowing Club.
Please follow the link and catch us on BBC tv Live. Apologies for the quality- but enjoy.
Thanks Towergate for sponsoring our Flares and First Aid Kit.
We would like to say a huge thanks to Inhealthcare for support us and our challenge.
InHealthcare provides clinical monitoring of patients in their own homes. By providing carers with early information about a patient’s condition, they aim to keep patients healthy, independent, and reduce the number of unplanned hospital admissions.
We would just like to say a big thanks to Maria Mallaband Care Group for believing in us and supporting the cause!
Thanks again to all those supporting us at DSC Charity Race Night- especially thanks to Paul Gosling and DSC for hosting the event! Hope you all had a great night and didn’t blow your winnings.