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World's Toughest Row
The 3000 mile route we will take across the Atlantic Ocean on our Ocean Rowing boat

The World's Toughest Row is an extraordinary endurance rowing race and the most prestigious event in ocean rowing. The challenge covers 3,000 miles with no support, starting from La Gomera in the Canary Islands and ending in English Harbour in Antigua and Barbuda.

Teams preparing for the World's Toughest Row
Fleet of Altantic Rowing Boats preparing for the World's Toughest Row

Competitors from around the world gather to test their limits against the power of the Atlantic Ocean in the World’s Toughest Row. The race brings together teams from diverse backgrounds, all sharing the goal of crossing an ocean in a rowing boat.


We are using this challenge to raise awareness about the importance of both physical and mental health by supporting our selected charities. The goal is to inspire and motivate people to live an active life. Your support is essential for the success of our campaign.


Although it won't be easy, we are determined to break the world record of 35 days. This journey will involve sleep deprivation, salt sores, and physical challenges for the competitors. Rowers will face solitude, the vastness of the ocean, and the responsibility of safely reaching the other side as quickly as possible.


In an average year, more people summit Mt Everest than have EVER rowed an ocean

The row can take up to 60 days depending on conditions. We are going for the World Record of 35 days.

We will each row 2 hours on 1 hour off, 24 hours a day, until we reach Antigua.

We will face Atlantic storms with waves measuring up to 20 feet high.

We will need all the necessary safety equipment on board to deal with any situation. 

We will be burning 6000 calories a day. We will need 1500kg of food on board to keep us fuelled. Plus 10 litres of water a day, each. 

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