The ORS Int. is the official adjudicator of ocean rowing records for Guinness World Records

 


     
     
     

 

 

 
 

5 oceans, source: wikimedia

 

 

 

OCEAN EXPLORERS GRAND SLAM

 

 

 

 

Ocean Explorers Grand Slam  - Holders of the title

 

No Name Surname Country time Set On
1 Fiann Paul Iceland 9 years December 25, 2019
Atlantic E – W Six + Indian E - W Seven + Mid-Pacific E - W Four + Arctic (S - N Five & N - S Six) Southern N - S Six
 
Fiann Paul Iceland Sara G 3168 January 5 2011 February 8 2011 33d 21h 46min Tarfaya, Morocco Port St Charles, Barbados
+ 5
Fiann Paul

Avalon

4210 June 11 2014 August 7 2014 57d 10h 58min Batavia Marina, Geraldton, Western Australia  Mahe, Seychelles
 +6
Fiann Paul

Danielle

2400 June 5 2016 July 14 2016 39 days
9 hrs 56 min
Monterey, CA. USA Diamond Head, O’ahu, Hawaii
+3
Fiann Paul Polar Row 965 km / 520 nm July 20 2017 July 30 2017 9 days 23 hrs 26 min Torso, Norway Longyearbyen, Svalbard
+4
Fiann Paul Polar Row 1340 km / 724 nm 8 August 2017 21 August 2017 13 days 17 hrs 30 min Longyearbyen, Svalbard Jan Mayen
via
79 55'500''N
10°23'20"E
+ 5
Fiann Paul Ohana 981 km / 530 nm 13 December 2019 25 December 2019 12 days 1 hrs 45 min Cape Horn, Chile Charles Point, mainland Antarctic Peninsula
+ 5

            

 

Definition of Ocean Explorers Grand Slam

The Ocean Explorers Grand Slam is awarded upon completion of open-water crossings on all five oceans using human-powered vessels. The award is recognized by Guinness World Records

The definition "Rows on the Polar Open Waters" applies only to pure rowing expeditions across major water basins above the Polar Circle in the Arctic or within the actual boundaries of the Southern Ocean, from land to land, excluding any use of sail, paddling on kayaks or canoes, as well as rows around islands, within archipelagos and coastal rows, i.e. within vicinity of land and possibility to get ashore.


The definition "Ocean Crossing on the Polar Open Waters" applies to pure human-powered expeditions across major water basins above the Polar Circle in the Arctic or within the actual boundaries of the Southern Ocean, from land to land, excluding any use of sail as well as the expeditions around islands, within archipelagos and coastal routes, i.e. within vicinity of land and possibility to get ashore.


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