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Atlantic Row Challenge 2023

We are 4 brave & bonkers women who are going to row across the Atlantic Ocean in December 2023.  The race starts in La Gomera, Canaries and finishes in English Harbour, Antigua.


We are all keen rowers and this race has been our quiet dream for some years.  We aim to inspire school children and students across the UK to engage in the STEM subjects as the row will cover all of these skills including nutrition to navigation.  Along the way we will be actively engaging in science, technology, engineering and maths to safely get us across.  We will also be reaching out to universities to enable students to perform some studies on us from a physical and mental health perspective.  We can become a floating laboratory of experiments of the human body as well as the sustainability factor of cleaner oceans. 


We will be using only biodegradable packaging, making our own water and make our row as sustainable as we can to make this a world worth living in.


We will also be raising monies for our chosen charities: St. James’s Place Children’s Foundation and TUSK.  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 the Atlantic


Julie Eddicott

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


Emma Greetham

Hi – I’m Emma, a keen sailor who recently discovered that rowing across an ocean...


Ann Prestidge

When Ann completed the 2019 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge and was asked if...


Deborah Cope

I’m Deborah a.k.a "The Tank". Not a self given nickname, but one that fellow rowing crew...

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The Race

Known as the "world's toughest row" the 4 ladies are looking to overcome the challenge. Starting off the sunny coasts of the Canary Islands, the race will take all 30 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 ladies hoping to cross the line in Antigua with flying colours. 

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Our Charities

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Advancing Wildlife Conservation Across Africa


Making a positive and lasting difference

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Join us and raise money in the fight against MND

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