After more than 5000 kilometres of rowing and 50 days with nothing but sea and each other within line of sight, could host with more Mads Vangsø and lieutenant Lasse Wulff Hansen spot country.
Community - 30. jan. 2019 - at. 08:40 They did it! Here crosses the Danish rowers-the Atlantic
By pure brute strength without any kind of motor devices, they have struggled across the atlantic ocean in a rowboat, where they were received by family, friends and organizers of the race they had just completed; Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
ever since they called out from The Canary Islands 12. december, we here at Extra Leaf each day followed and spoken with the danes, and we are of course also extra proud of the achievement, as the trip has been.
Community - 29. jan. 2019 - at. 07:54 Now they can see the finish line: Wild reception waiting danes
14 of this year's 28 participating boats have already come in objective, but they have all had three or more paddlers aboard.
The two danes could therefore with a clear lead to take the victory, as the first deuce-boat that came into port.
You can see a sammenklipning of the welcome at the top of the article. You can also follow the danes in the pictures here.
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 - Lasse Wulff Hansen has probably lost much more.
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