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2004

 

Rows in 2004

Michael Perrens & Frank Gargan
Daniel Serenelli  1
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Alex Bellini
Emmanuel Coindre  1
2 3
Andreas Rommel
Anne Quéméré
Mick Dawson
Mark Stubbs, Peter Bray, John Wills, Jonathan Gornall
Jean Lukes
Pavel Rezvoy
Brett Sparrow & Scott Wonenberg
ORSARR 2004
Stuart Boreham
Graham Walters
Woodvale ARR
 

 
 
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Michael Perrens & Frank Gargan (GB)

       

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after rowing the Atlantic E-W in ORSARR 2004 (winner in 'double', 48 days) Michael has rowed the same route 'double' with Frank in new Rowsell&Adkin "ORS" boat Britannia Endeavor. Left La Gomera November 12th 2004 at 14:05 GMT. Half-way point passed December 6th 2004.

Arrived at Port St.Charles December 23rd at 07:33GMT .

Congratulations to Michael and Frank on a fantastic effort -  becoming the world's third fastest and European fastest oceanrowing double crew!!!


Daniel Serenelli (Argentina)

       

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undertaking the second attempt to row across Atlantic Ocean East-West solo, from Canaries to Venezuela in South America. Departed December 3rd 2004. Rescued on December 14 2004


Alex Bellini (Italy)

       

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Intended to row solo and no-stop 4500 n/miles from Genoa (Italy) to Cayenne (French Guyana) to become the first Italian to row an ocean. Left Genoa at 9:33GMT (11:33 CET) October 21th.
November 12th Alex activated his EPIRB - it has been confirmed by Falmouth Coast Guard that the boat has been lost on the rocks of Formentera (near Ibiza) and Alex has been taken to hospital for check up.  Click here for details >>>

Daniel Serenelli (Argentina)

       

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was planning to row across Atlantic Ocean East- West solo. From La Gomera to Venezuela in South America. Departed from La Gomera at 8:45 GMT November 2nd 2004.
Picked up by Spanish Coast Guard helicopter. Click here for details  >>>

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Emmanuel Coindre (France)

       
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Left Stage Harbour, Chatham,  July 9th 2004 at 16:36GMT (12:36 local time) to row Atlantic W-E from Cape Cod (USA) to  Ouessant Island longitude. Crossed the finish line September 10th at 12:24 GMT thus became

the first person to row an ocean 4 times. Twice in both directions. Congratulations!!!

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     Andreas Rommel (Germany)

       
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July 16th 2004 20:30GMT left Chatham, Cape Cod, USA in a bid to row the North Atlantic solo West to East from USA to the UK  EPIRB and Argos activated September 2nd!   To read the latest update from Andreas click here  

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Anne Quéméré  (France)

       
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Thursday, June 3, 2004 at 15:00 GMT Anne's boat Le Connetable left Chatham harbour (Cape Cod, USA) headed to the coast of Brittany.

August 30 2004 at 03:15 GMT Anne crossed the Lizard Meridian Line, her intended goal !!! September 2 2004 Anne arrived in the harbour of Douarnenez (Brittany). Thousand people came to welcome intrepid adventurer. See photos of Anne's arrival

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Congratulations to Anne on becoming the first woman to row the Atlantic both E to W and W to E, and the third person in history to do so (after Don Allum and Emmanuel Coindre) !!!


Mick Dawson  (GB)

       
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Mick left Choshi, Japan at 02:10 GMT May 6th 2004 in his second attempt to reach Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, CA, USA. August 23 2004 “Mrs D’s Viking Spirit” capsized, Mick was rescued by USCG and German ship  ‘Hanjin Philadelphia’ Read message from Mick !!! >>>

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  Mark Stubbs, Peter Bray, John Wills, Jonathan Gornall (GB)

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June 30th 2004, at 15:17GMT, the crew of 'Pink Lady® Atlantic First'  left St John’s, Newfoundland, aiming to arrive off the Isles of Scilly between 35-40 days later, and then immediately set a course for Falmouth. When successful they will be the first FOUR to row the Atlantic West-East and they will set a record for fastest crossing from Canada.

Crew of Pink Lady® "abandon ship" at around 02:45 AM August 8th 2004. Read more >>>


 

 

Jean Lukes  (France)

     

 

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left Chatham (Cape Cod, USA) Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 14:23 GMT in his boat 'Sojasun'  bound to France, in the fourth attempt to row Atlantic West-East

Picked up by Canadian Coast Guard helicopter July 11th at 14.35GMT due to “extreme fatigue”. For details >>>

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Pavel Rezvoy (Ukraine)

       
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Pavel has crossed the Atlantic E-W in ORSARR 2004 (61 days) .
Then
left Barbados on May 14th 2004 at 14:30 GMT.
Arrived to Cuba June 9th 2004 at 22:24 GMT.
 
Left for Jamaica on June 18th, arrived on June 20th 2004
             

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Brett Sparrow(Zimbabwe) & Scott Wonenberg (USA)

       

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Brett Sparrow and Scott Wonenberg — two friends from ZIMBABWE rowed Atlantic East-West from Canaries to Barbados. Left San Sebastian de La Gomera January 22nd at 16:16GMT in their boat "Against All Odds".

Arrived in Port St Charles at 19:56 GMT March 9th 2004

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Ocean Rowing Society Atlantic Rowing Regatta ORSARR 2004

January 20 2004  La Gomera - Barbados Doubles, Solos and Four

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Stuart Boreham  (GB)

       

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Stuart attempted to become the first physically disabled person
to row the Atlantic from La Gomera to Barbados.
Left Playa Santiago at 11:11 GMT November 15th 2003.

Finish line crossed at 23:20 GMT March 3th 2004

Landed in Port St Charles at 13:34GMT March 4th 2004

 

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Emmanuel Coindre (FR)

       

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New solo record set for Atlantic E-W!

Congratulations to Emmanuel
on the fastest time of crossing  the Atlantic ocean solo, and becoming the first man to row an ocean solo for three times!!!


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Emmanuel rowed from Canaries to Guadeloupe; then in June'04 will row from Cape Cod to Ouessant isl., to become the first person to cross one ocean four times. Restarted from Hierro at 11:00GMT Jan 7th 2004. Arrived to Guadeloupe at night February 18th (or early morning of February 19th) after 42 days 14 hours 32 minutes and 7seconds at sea .

 

Graham Walters  (GB)

       
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left Playa Santiago, La Gomera at 10:45 GMT October 29th 2003. Arrived to Barbados Port St Charles January 26th 2004 at 17:00 GMT.  Graham intends to resume his two-oceans-row in 2006. ORS congratulates Graham on being the 18th person to row solo Atlantic E-W !

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 Holiday Shoppe Challenge breaks the record!!!

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    Emmanuel Coindre (France)

   
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 Left St.Sebastian at 10:06 GMT Jan 4th 2004 in attempt to row from La Gomera to Guadeloupe.  Stopped over on January 5th at El Hierro due to bad weather. The restart is expected on January 7th 2004

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