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2006
 

Rows in 2006:

 Michael & Ralph Tuijn                     
 Shepherd
Ocean Fours Rowing Race  
 Rob Munslow
 Mike Norman &  Tim Bradbury
 Victor Mooney
 Erden Eruç
 Alex Bellini
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Serge Jandaud                                ▼
 Atlantic Rowing Race 2005 (finish)  

 Bhavik Gandhi
 Julie Wafaei & Colin Angus
 Graham Walters
 Leven Sinclair Brown
 Colin Yeates (1) (2)                        

Click here to go to the "Bulletin board 2006" page >>>
 
 

 

Michael and Ralph Tuijn (Netherlands)

     

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two brothers  rowed the Atlantic E - W, from La Gomera to Curaçao, Dutch Antilles in the boat Zeeman Challenger >>>
Prior to that Michael had rowed the Atlantic with 
Rik Knoop  in Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge 2001 in the boat "Domani 2"

Left San Sebastian, La Gomera at 10:30GMT on September 27 2006
Arrived in Martinique on December 10 2006, where rowers moored the boat >>>
After short visit to St Lucia the crew left the harbour of Fort de France in Martinique December 12th at 3 a.m. local time
The brothers moored up at 19:45GMT (15:45 local time) December 22nd  in the centre of Willemstad.

 

 

 Shepherd Ocean Fours Rowing Race 2006  across the North Atlantic Ocean,
 from New York Harbour to Falmouth, U.K.

Race started on June 10, 2006 at 15:26GMT (11:26 EDT)
Race finished on September 3, 2006 at 15:25GMT
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Rob Munslow (GB)

     

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rowed the North Atlantic West - East from  Canada to Europe in his boat Carnegie X-Stream to challenge himself and the 55 day record of his inspiration Tom McClean. The adventure  began from St. John’s, Newfoundland
on Tuesday, 27 June 2006 at 10:41GMT  (08:11 Newfoundland Daylight Savings Time)

At 21:29GMT (22:29BST) August 30th 2006 Rob Munslow successfully finished the crossing of the Atlantic by landing on Rosevear Island, thereby completing the first fully unassisted land to land  solo row of the Atlantic West to East from Canada to UK     click here to read more >>>
 

 

 

August 22 2006 at 12.15GMT
 oceanrower Dom Mee and his crew - oceanrower Chris Martin, Peter Bird, Ed James and Tom Rendell, -
set off from  London's Tower Bridge to row to Paris,
At 12:00GMT (14:00 local time) September 1 2006  the crew completed their row at the site of the Eiffel Tower.
From there they went to the Arch de Triumph and put the wreath on the tomb of the Unknown Soldier 

 Photos of the departure and from the route >>>  30.08.06

 video >>>

Click here to follow the progress >>> 30.08.06

 

 Atlantic Quest 2007 - "sea trial" from Marble Arch to Arch de Triumph. Pics from Paris >>>

 

 

French twice oceanrower Anne Quemere (Atlantic both ways solo) is off for her new adventure -
to kite solo the North Atlantic Ocean, from
Atlantic Highlands (near New York) to France.
Follow
 day by day the 2006 Connétable Challenge  !!! >>> French English

On June 18th, 2006 at 15:17 EDT (19:17GMT) Anne
crossed the official Departure line of Ambrose Light.
Crossed the finish line of the longitude of l’île de Ouessant on August 13 2006 at 16:45GMT

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Congratulations to fellow oceanrower on becoming the first person
 to cross an ocean in a kite-boat !!!

 

'Kilcullen'

 

   

 Our friend French serial ocean-crosser Raphaela Le Gouvello set sail in her windsurfer on Sunday April 9th at 04:05GMT to cross the Indian Ocean from Exmouth, Australia to Reunion Island. 
60 days 2 hours 1 minute later she finished her journey becoming the world's first to cross  the Indian Ocean windsurfing solo   >>>


 

Mike Norman &  Tim Bradbury (GB)

     

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have rowed the Atlantic E-W from La Gomera to Antigua.  They wish to raise funds on behalf of a number of international, national and local charities.

Left San Sebastian de La Gomera at 12:12GMT January 29th 2006

Finished in Antigua, English Harbour on May 21st 2006 at  21:00GMT
Well Done, Old Guard - the oldest team to row an ocean!!!

 

Victor Mooney (USA)

       
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On May 7, 2006, Victor Mooney began his Solo trans - Atlantic Row from Goree Island, Senegal to The Brooklyn Bridge, New York. His boat sprang a leak after he left Goree Island and in three hours he was rescued by the Senegalese navy after treading water for nearly half an hour

 

 

 

    Erden Eruç (Turkey)

       
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 rowed from Lisbon, Portugal to Limon, Costa Rica onboard "Around-n-Over Boat" (formerly  Calderdale/Kaos).
Started as double, but rowed on as solo from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Left Las Palmas  at 12:06GMT January 29th 2006

On May 2nd at 18:00GMT Erden passed the Northern point of Dominica and completed  the crossing
of the  Atlantic.
Due to the advanced season decided not to proceed to Costa Rica and landed in Guadeloupe, Rivier Sens Marina on May 5th 2006 at 10:00GMT (5am local time)

 

Alex Bellini (Italy)

       

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is undertaking his second attempt to row the Atlantic E-W and to become the first Italian to row any ocean solo, with the start from Genoa, Italy and finish in Fortaleza, Brazil

Left Genoa on  September 18th 2005, 11:00GMT (12:00pm local time)

 Arrived in Fortaleza, Brazil on April 30th, at approx. 22:00GMT 2006.
The time/date that his boat actually touched the beach in front of Fortaleza, is Tuesday, May 2 2006
at 16:30 local, 19:30GMT

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALEX ON THE FINISH OF THE LONGEST (BY THE TIME) ROW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC!!!

 

 Serge Jandaud (France)

       
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is rowing the Atlantic  East - West solo, from Pasito Blanco,  Gran Canaria to Guadeloupe, intending to cover distance of more than 3000 miles in 90 days on board Diogène (aka 43º West )

Left Canaries at 09:15GMT February 13th 2006

Arrived in Guadeloupe on April 30th  at 21:00GMT

CONGRATULATIONS TO SERGE ON SUCCESSFUL FINISH OF HIS ROW !

On April 8th 2006  with assistance of their support teams  Erden Eruc and Serge Jandaud contacted each other and arranged a rendezvous at 15°N 55°W, which may take place in two-three days.

April 8th 2006, 21:01GMT. Message from Erden.: MEETING IDEA WITH SERGE CANCELLED AFTER CONSIDERING WIND AND CURRENT. NICE THOUGHT, GOOD TRY. ERDEN

 

  Bhavik Gandhi (India)

       
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will attempt to be the first Asian to row solo across the Atlantic from La Gomera to Antigua in the boat 'Miss Olive'

Left San Sebastian, La Gomera on April 11th at 14:23GMT
Due to head wind returned to La Gomera on April 15th 2006. New start is scheduled for October 2006.
Click here to read an official statement >>> 

 

Julie Wafaei & Colin Angus (Canada)

 

 

 

 

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Colin has attempted to be the first to circumnavigate the planet by human power. He  completed half the expedition and together with Julie  rowed  across the Atlantic and Caribbean from Portugal to Limon, Costa Rica onboard "Ondine" (formerly "DLE GlobalwStar")    

Left Lisbon, Portugal on September 23, 2005
Arrived to St Lucia on January 19, 2006 at 20:00GMT (4pm local time)
Left St Lucia on February 1, 2006 at 14:00GMT (10am local time)
Arrived in Limon, Costa Rica on February 24, 2006 at 5:00GMT ( 11am local time)

 

Colin Yeates (GB)

 

 

 

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intended to undertake the second attempt to circumnavigate the Antarctica solo. The journey was due to begin and end in the Falkland Islands. Planned to head off from Mare Harbour.

Left Port Stanley at 20:00 GMT February 16 2006  under tow to a start point about 12 miles out from Stanley
February 18th 2006 after several capsizes Colin took a decision to stop his second attempt.
Private arrangements were made to be towed back to Falklands base. At 15:45 Colin abandoned his boat and moved to patrol boat.See details >>>
 
"Charlie Rossiter" has been left adrift . The last signal from the boat was picked up on February 25th, at 12:21GMT
But almost two months later on April 30th the
Argos beacon  resumed transmitting and lasted until July 12th 2006.

 

Graham Walters (GB)

 

 

 

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planned to row a historical boat Puffin from La Gomera to Antigua to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Puffin's row.  Funds raised by The Puffin Transatlantic Row 1966-2006 to be donated to the British Red Cross London Emergency Response Appeal.
 
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Left San Sebastian de La Gomera at 12:29GMT Jan 30th 2006
Feb 5th 2006 Graham  stopped at El Hierro for repairs. Click for details >>

Due to required refit of the boat the restart is postponed till October 2006

 

 Leven Sinclair Brown (GB)

 

 

 

 

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rowed across the Atlantic E-W solo from Rota, Spain, to Port of Spain, Trinidad  - the route, taken by Columbus on his third voyage in 1498.

Left Cadiz on August 14th 2005 at 9:02GMT. Arrived to Rota after 5 days 2h 13min.
Left Rota Marina on August 26, 2005 at 07:37GMT ( 09:37 local time)

Due to technical problems with the equipment and the boat, Leven made a stop-over at Santa Cruz de  Tenerife, Canaries on October 9th at 11:30pm ( after 44 days 3h 53min at sea)
Left Santa Cruz de Tenerife on
November 14th at 13:00GMT

Leven has made it !!!
At 13:55GMT January 27th 2006 Leven rowed into Rockly Bay in Tobago
 and tied his boat up to the pier of Scarborough Port.

 

Colin Yeates (GB)

 

 

 

 

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intended to circumnavigate the Antarctica solo. The journey had to begin and end in the Falkland Islands, and would take ten and a half months and cover a distance of 21,630km, 11,300 in actual miles, the equivalent of travelling the Atlantic Ocean more than three times. Left Falklands on January 2nd at 14:15GMT

January 3rd 2006 at approx. 22.30GMT Colin's boat was blown on to rocks.
Colin is safe and the boat has been recovered.
Click here for details >>>

 

 

 

 

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