World Record: Rowing Solo Across the Pacific – without any aid

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Last December Geoff A Charters met adventurist Ralph Tuijn in Castricum, Holland and asked him if he had any footage of his last adventure:  The Zeeman Ocean Challenge. Ralph has spent 369 nights at sea in the last two years. In that time he has crossed both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in his rowing boat. He has covered a total distance of over 20,000 kilometers, more than half the globe. This trip across the pacific was to raise funds for a children’s orphanage in India. Ralph has already begun testing a new boat for a new adventure to be announced here soon, more detils here: zeemanoceanchallenge.com. This is a teaser of the 4-hour footage Ralph brought back.

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