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  • Introducing CC4

    Take two Frenchmen and put them in a rowboat with a generous supply of wine, point them towards Hawaii, and they are almost bound...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation

    Citizen science collided with ocean rowing on Wednesday when Jordan Holsinger from Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation () came to brief our intrepid crews. ASC, a...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Uniting Nations Winners Of Prologue

    Congratulations to Uniting Nations - winners of this morning's prologue. The final top 3 were: Uniting Nations NOMAN Team Clearly Contacts All crews finished safely and are now making...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Prologue Event Saturday 10amPT

    Due to the start delay we are running a prologue event Saturday 7th June @ 10am Pacific Time.  More information can be found on...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Basics At Sea

    Although the voyage is epic, the daily reality of life at sea can be surprisingly mundane. Like the rest of us, ocean rowers need...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Introducing Noman

    The NOMAN crew is actually quite a lot of man – four big guys, all aged 24, about to cram themselves into a tiny...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Introducing Mary Rose & Project Flightplan

    Partway into her Pacific campaign, Mary Rose, a 43-year-old Australian, desperately needed to find $32,000. After trying and failing to raise a loan from...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • New Promo Video

    Thank you to Eric Palmer of the City of Monterey Communications Office for this great promotional video!

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Introducing Battleborn

    Six weeks ago, skipper Phil Cavanagh (age 27, from Dublin) had no boat, no money, and half his crew had dropped out. A lesser...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Ocean Communications

    Friends, family, and other people following the Great Pacific Race will be looking forward to updates from the crews as they make their way...

    Posted 5 years ago

  • Introducing Pacific Rowers

    “We wouldn’t want to jeopardise finishing for winning.” Wise words from James Wight, aged 36, of Team Pacific Rowers. He and his three teammates...

    Posted 5 years ago