They have been on the water 32 days, and is still in the front. But it is increased.
Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wulff Hansen is in the process of peace across the Atlantic ocean in the competition Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Brian Heron Olsen has previously completed the race, and he believes there is a chance that the two danes takes the victory, but there is also a risk that they will be overtaken eventually. That is why the coming days are crucial.
- They have to really give it a go, now where they come closer to land. Their next milestone is seagrass, which they soon will see. It is a sign that they are about to be close to the land, and it can also help to motivate them even more.
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Overall, estimates Brian Heron Olsen, the two danes have done well.
- They have been fairly constant in their performance. They are very stable. But there is no doubt that they are struggling out there.
But even though the lead time has been less, is Brian Heron Olsen is not to identify points where the guys on the water have dummet.
- It is hard to say for others of us, who are in the country. I think it is hard to say.
Through video, photos and live gennemstillinger to and from the boat you have every day the opportunity to follow the experiences and challenges, Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wulff Hansen meetings, when they are completely alone and without aids trying to cross the Atlantic ocean in a rowboat.
See also HERE, where the danes find themselves right now.
We follow them up to, during, and when - if all goes as it should - going in the goal on the journey.
the Race was shot at time 12. december on La Gomera and ending approximately 45 days later and more than 5000 kilometres away on Antigua in the Caribbean.read more Close
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But still, there is one point where he considers the two Danish men have not made the right choice.
Their strategy to be more northern than some of the others, it has not quite borne fruit. The good weather, it is farther south. There are also on the way down now.
You can see where the two danes are right now at this link.
After the rudder every two hours at a time and sleeps for two hours. Round the clock on the entire trip.
Every paddler need to drink up to ten litres of water a day.
Seawater is purified in a 'watermaker' and thus becomes for drinking water.
A beet lose an average of 12 pounds on the trip.
More people have climbed Mount Everest than crossing an ocean in a rowing boat.
At the deepest point is the Atlantic ocean, about 8.5 miles deep.
in the Middle of the Atlantic waves can be up to six metres high.
Two sikkerhedsbåde sailing with on the trip, but must cover the entire course. Therefore, it can in some cases take them a week to reach a boat in trouble.read more Close
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