Our batteries have been taking serious strain with loads of cloud cover. To mitigate the problem we had resorted to using the reverse osmosis manual water desalinator for … Read More
After a strong North wind of 15 knots pushed us South some 45 miles, which is exactly where we don’t want to go, we deployed the parachute anchor. … Read More
When I look at our chart and see the many waypoints we have placed along our route, I can scarcely believe the distance we have rowed; almost 5000kms in … Read More
Imagine yourself, if you will, being over 2, 800kms from any land, on a very tiny 2.8m rowing boat, in big seas, rowing 1.5hrs on and 1.5hrs off 24/7. … Read More
The Story Behind Mhondoro
While taking strain today in the extreme heat with blisters open and salty, I thought of Africa, the bush veld, my home.
I would like to … Read More
After weeks of cloud, rain squalls, high seas, wind and currents, there is calm! Not nice calm, although beautiful @ASEA blue ocean, clear sky and sun, it is blistering hot … Read More
After yet another, and very serious, super tanker near-collision at 04.00 this morning (see pic), I rowed the @Leopard.TV in contemplative silence as the stars waned and the grey dawn … Read More
I want to start by saying a BIG ‘thank you’ to everyone for your prayers, well-wishes and motivating me to keep going!
Over the past weeks I have been sent … Read More