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Ocean row

Atlantic 2025

We are forming a team of 4 brave & ever so slightly bonkers people to join the adventure of a lifetime and row across the Atlantic Ocean.  The Atlantic race starts each December from La Gomera, Canaries and finishes in English Harbour, Antigua.  

If this is something that you feel you have in you please get in touch with me.  It is an endurance challenge like no other and if often described as a social experiment as much as a sporting event.  It will test you mentally and physically.  Rowing is a really good foundation skill to have but is not essential as this can be taught.

This opportunity is open to men and women of all ages and it would be ideal if you lived on or reasonably close to the South Coast as the base will be Dorset.

We will be using only biodegradable packaging, making our own water and generally make the row as sustainable as we can to make this a world worth living in.
We will also be raising monies for our chosen charity, St. James’s Place Children’s Foundation and supporting Oarsome Chance in Gosport who bring about change for disadvantaged young people on the South Coast.  

We can all make a difference no matter how small because it is the most simple of gestures that make the most significant of differences.
Thank you so much for your support.

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Ebb & Flow Crew

Join the crew on our voyage across an Ocean


Julie Eddicott

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Is this you?


Is this you?

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Is this you?

For the past 8 years Julie has stood on the bow of the racing yacht during regatta season... 

Details to follow

Details to follow

Details to follow

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The Race

Known as the "world's toughest row" the crew are looking to overcome the challenge. Starting off the sunny coasts of the Canary Islands, the race will take all 30-40 teams across the treacherous seas of the Atlantic Ocean to the idyllic Caribbean Islands. The race takes on average 50 days of pure rowing with the crew hoping to cross the line in Antigua with flying colours. 

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Our Charity


Making a positive and lasting difference

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