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    Question - "What does having a dream mean to you?"
    Answer - "A dream is a goal glimmering in the distance; it is an inner calling which, when accomplished,
    serves as the rite of passage into wisdom." Erden Eruç - Sep 17, 2004

    Longest time at sea...
    May 16, 2019    
    As of today, Jacob Adoram has been at sea for 313 days, longer than my 312 days 2 hour record which I held since May 2008 for the longest time at sea for a solo ocean rower. He will receive a Guinness World Record certificate for this achievement.

    Each day that Jacob spends out there makes this record that much more inaccessible to future solo rowers. That being said, I certainly hope that he will reach mainland Australia in the shortest time.

    Jacob left from Neah Bay, crossed the Pacific Ocean due southwest passing close to Hawaii then entered the Coral Sea. His last blog post of 313 days says that he is under 700 nm to Cairns with an ETA during the first week of June.

    Follow Jacob at: Tracking Page

    Hats off to Jacob for taking away one of my 15 Guinness World Records, 14 remain.


    Previous Dispatches

    Erden Eruç: ExWeb’s Newest Ambassador    October 13, 2018
    My relationship with ExplorersWeb began in 2005 as I was preparing for an Atlantic row. This community of explorers have been a


    We were proud    Nov 22, 2016
    Louis Bird and I successfully completed The Great Pacific Race from Monterey Bay to Honolulu between June 4 and July 29, 2016. We placed first among the “Classic Pairs” class of rowboats w


    We will begin rowing on Saturday    June 3, 2016
    The Great Pacific Race from Monterey Bay to Honolulu will begin on Saturday. I will be rowing with Louis Bird on a two person classic rowboat. If you look up crews under Later dispatches - Previous dispatches

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