- shut up, it is great, man!
radio host Mads Vangsøs enthusiasm is not to be mistaken, since rejsemakkeren Lasse Wullf Hansen designate a dead whale, well 150 feet from their rowboat.
The two have now exactly one month tried to fight its way across the Atlantic ocean by pure muscle power and are for the first time in many weeks closer to the goal of Antigua in the Caribbean than the starting point in The Canary Islands.
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both physically and mentally exhausting journey, where the number of encounters with other people can be counted on one hand. For the same reason, has the experience also been great for the danes, the few times it has happened.
Community - 3. jan. 2019 - at. 17:18 Watch the clip: the Danes in the strange meeting in the middle of the Atlantic ocean
And even sitting with a dead whale makes therefore impression, as the footage at the top tells. It is Mike and Lasse, who has filmed and sent them via a sat phone, why the solution can make it a bit difficult for us at home to see kadaveret.
- We actually had direct course towards it, but discovered, fortunately in time, that it was right ahead. We had fun with the idea of being rowed through such a naughty puppy, tells Lasse Wulff Hansen Extra Magazine - a thought, you can hear him elaborate on in the clip.
a total Of 28 rowing boats participating in the competition 'the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Chellenge', which begins on La Gomera and will end at the finish line well 5000 miles across the Atlantic to Antigua in the Caribbean.
Each team will compete against other teams with equal number of rowers. Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wulff Hansen, who puts it up as 'The Wolfpack Gym powered by Garmin's fighting against four other 'couples' in their category.
You can be 1-5 participants on a team.
You can race through, see the post on the link here and follow the danes in the pictures here.read more Close