At last. Time to set off. The wind is still strong, but out of a favourable direction. We are expecting big waves (4+ meters) not too long after we set off, so I am planning on doing a big push today and tonight to get past the last few islands. While I’m doing that, and establishing my routine, I will be minimising communications, so it could be a few days before I have much information to share, but you can follow me on the tracker.
Good luck! Stay safe. Enjoy the adventure.
Hi Greg. We think you’re completely crazy to be doing what you’re doing – but we will be following your progress and praying for you all the way! We’ll be doing the same for your awesome wife and kids!
End of November a friend of mine and I was in the port of San Sebastian .Our sailing boat was across the rowers and I meet you while you was working on your boat. I was fascinated by the idea that you row over the atlantic. Well, I´ll follow the race and hope you arrive Antigua in a good health. I wish you a good race and a good time on the ocean. In case of bad moments on the ocean…….YOU MAY DOUBT SHORT, BUT THEN IT MUST GO ON !!!!!!!!