What has been most challenging on the ocean row to date? Video: Biggest Challenge on the Row Can you provide a video of you rowing? Video: Sample Rowing across the Atlantic I read that you have broken your spare oars – is this true? Video: Broken Oars How vigorously are you rowing? Is it similar … Continued
K-12 students across Canada and the US are following Adam and his team as they journey across the Atlantic ocean. In addition to sharing in the excitement, they are in contact with the crew and have access to the amazing data sets being collected by the vessel for researchers in areas of physical oceanography, marine … Continued
Adam shares insights from the mid-Atlantic on his journey from Senegal to Miami. On day 19 at sea, he writes: “What’s your Sea Anchor? We have been spending a few nights, and recently a 36-hour period on sea anchor. In this post I will explain the purpose and action of the sea anchor. Also, I … Continued
Tonight’s CBC The National with Peter Mansbridge featured Adam’s Atlantic crossing, The Canadian Wildlife Federation Africa to America’s expedition. Full video coverage: Rowing Across the Atlantic, The National, February 13, 2013.
Adam speaks live via satellite phone from his ocean expedition with CBC Radio’s Doug Dirks of The Homestretch. Full interview can be found here: CBC The Homestretch January 31, 2013.
Today’s Calgary Herald describes the science and research taking place on Adam’s current ocean row expedition. Full article: Calgary Herald January 31, 2013
You can track and follow Adam’s boat across the Atlantic ocean live at the following link: Current Location, OAR Northwest vessel
After 3 & 1/2 years in planning, Adam and his crew launched from Dakar, Senegal this morning en route to Miami, FL. Their journey will take them 6776 km, unsupported, to become the first row boat to row from Africa to mainland North America. Today’s Globe and Mail covered their pre launch activities here. Stay … Continued
Rigorous scheduling will be key for the crew of Adam’s expedition, departing Senegal this week. The four crew members must apply their wide range of expertise, all while becoming increasingly mentally and physically fatigued, making their ability to organize otherwise simple daily tasks much more difficult. “Every aspect of the foursome’s schedule—from taking scientific readings … Continued
Outside Magazine explores the field of ocean rowing and describes what Adam’s crew will experience on their 60-90 day, 3,700 nautical mile voyage. Ocean Rowing Takes Off – Outside Magazine December 2012