Sunday, February 22, 2009

1000 Days at Sea without reprovisioning or making landfall

The last time Cheri and I were in Guatemala, in Flores near Tikal to be exact, we met an interesting couple. Actually we met several interesting couples, but one couple, Ken and Sarah, had told us about the Rio Dulce area of Guatemala. Ken manages a small marina there. And Sarah told us about this absolutely amazing adventure that her brother was planning on embarking upon.
The following Youtube video is about her brother Reid Stowe, and how he has set out to do something that has never been done before. This is a short but fascinating video clip, but as with most Youtube content, if you want more related video, just wait until the end, and you will be presented with numerous additional features.
I believe, as Reid approaches his goal of 1000 continuous days and nights at sea, more and more of the standard media will start to cover this amazing human achievement. Check out their site at this link


ShutterSparks / KW2P said...

Wow. They must be getting tired of eating fish!

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