Video capability for all crews

Posted on April 9, 2018 in Attack Poverty, Cockleshell Endeavour, Great Pacific Race 2018, Pacific Terrific, Ripple Effect, Team Lightspeed, Uniting Nations 2018

We are thrilled to announce that all crews taking part in the Great Pacific Race will be provided with specialist satellite and video editing equipment giving them the ability to send videos from the boat back to us on land during their incredible journey across the Pacific Ocean.  This is the first time ever that a race has supplied every crew with this equipment and will dramatically enhance the ability of our crews to engage with those back home by showing exactly what they’re going through, whilst racing.

This year will be a very special year for the Great Pacific Race and making it so much more accessible to those of us who are back on land, sponsors, supporters and friends.

We really look forward to watching what all the crews are going through during this summers race. Stay tuned for some incredible stories from the middle of the Pacific.

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  1. […] Our crewmate Mike Matson sets off today to row across the Pacific Ocean with friend Brian Krauskopf who together form team attack poverty. I’m not convinced that rowing the Pacific is the best way to prepare for rowing the Atlantic but Mike is a unique character. All members of the #AtlanticSix wish him a safe return. Not just because he has lots of kit on his boat that we will be using on our crossing. Honest! Bon voyage Mike and Brian. You can follow Mike’s progress using this link. […]

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