14th February.

Atlantic Buoys have made good progress with less than 350 NM to go. They are looking forward to a weekend arrival and are already fantasizing about real beds in Antigua.  Driving them on are thoughts of  their homecoming party and the charity events which are already planned for their return to the UK.  Cheer them on here.

Thrift Energy, at the moment are a bit frustrated by the currents that are slowing them down.  They have taken stock of what they have been through so far.  The phrase they use  ‘it has by no means been plain sailing’ is very apt.  Read their blogs to find out their full story.   But even bruised and battered after the storms (like all the teams) they have continued and are on the homeward straight.  Antigua is looking forward to welcoming them.

Square One Atlantic were spotted by the race support yacht SKYE who have managed to share on the water pictures of the team.  Click here to see the photos and read their story.

The miles are slowly ticking down for Yorkshire Rows who have under 500 to go!  Coupled with the turbulent seas they have recently faced, they are hand steering.  This means someone has to steer all the time, so they lose a rower which makes their progress even more difficult.  But Yorkshire, like us, are cheering them on.

The 10 determined teams still heading for Antigua as part of this incredible ocean challenge are:-

Atlantic Answer

Atlantic Buoys

Atlantic Endurance

Coventry Five-O

Cranial Quest

Persil Atlantic Waterbabies

Rowing4Rascals

Square One Atlantic

Thrift Energy

Yorkshire Rows

14th February.

Atlantic Buoys have made good progress with less than 350 NM to go. They are looking forward to a weekend arrival and are already fantasizing about real beds in Antigua.  Driving them on are thoughts of  their homecoming party and the charity events which are already planned for their return to the UK.  Cheer them on here.

Thrift Energy, at the moment are a bit frustrated by the currents that are slowing them down.  They have taken stock of what they have been through so far.  The phrase they use  ‘it has by no means been plain sailing’ is very apt.  Read their blogs to find out their full story.   But even bruised and battered after the storms (like all the teams) they have continued and are on the homeward straight.  Antigua is looking forward to welcoming them.

Square One Atlantic were spotted by the race support yacht SKYE who have managed to share on the water pictures of the team.  Click here to see the photos and read their story.

The miles are slowly ticking down for Yorkshire Rows who have under 500 to go!  Coupled with the turbulent seas they have recently faced, they are hand steering.  This means someone has to steer all the time, so they lose a rower which makes their progress even more difficult.  But Yorkshire, like us, are cheering them on.

The 10 determined teams still heading for Antigua as part of this incredible ocean challenge are:-

Atlantic Answer

Atlantic Buoys

Atlantic Endurance

Coventry Five-O

Cranial Quest

Persil Atlantic Waterbabies

Rowing4Rascals

Square One Atlantic

Thrift Energy

Yorkshire Rows