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The Ebb and Flow Team


Julie Eddicott

For the past 10 years Julie has stood on the bow of a yacht during Antigua Regatta season watching the Atlantic boats cross the finish line in English Harbour. It became her quiet dream to row an Ocean and each year she took a step closer. Julie is a competitive rower for Christchurch Rowing Club and also has a keen interest in sail racing and cruising, so is no stranger to the coastline and more recently sailing across the Bay of Biscay double handed.  Julie is a mum to strapping young men who are just embarking on their own life paths.  So it is now time for her own adventure to row and Ocean.

More about Julie Professionally

I was born and raised on the South Coast and I have been in Financial Services for 35 years and have my own Financial Adviser Practice, Ebb and Flow Wealth Ltd, in Christchurch.  I work with local businesses and clients, largely on the South Coast or in London.  If you would like to see more about me and my company click here:

Ed Dewar

Ed lives in Shepherds Bush, London, and heads up a PR and communications team at RSM UK, a global business consultancy firm in the city. He has an 8 year old son, Angus. They can often be spotted surfing the breaks off the North Devon coast. As a winter-sports enthusiast and ex-Army reservist Ed enjoys the thrill of physical exertion. He has a passion for mountaineering, having summitted some of Europe’s most challenging peaks. Whilst his sea-faring experience doesn’t match that of the rest of his crew, he is no stranger to it. He grew up sailing wayfarers in the Camel Estuary in Cornwall, and fishing off the west coast of Scotland. He has since kayaked across the English Channel from the Kent coast to France, and has circumnavigated the Isle of Mull. The past decade or so hasn’t come without its setbacks, including a skiing accident in 2011 which ended his plans of a military tour in Afghanistan, and marked the start of a five-year rehabilitation. The challenges he has faced over the years have helped shape a growing sense of purpose and determination to achieve something special. And so the prospect of a wee paddle across a very large pond has only grown.

Mary Sutherland

Mary is a seasoned ocean rower having crossed two oceans, the Atlantic & the Pacific picking up 3 world records. This will be Mary's final row and will complete Mary’s circumnavigation of the Atlantic Ocean.   She will be take control of Navigation for the team. Mary grew up on the water and spends much of her life competitively sailing and windsurfing.   
Mary has the most infectious laugh, is calm under pressure, is always happy and has the kindest and biggest heart.  She loves being part of her community and is always helping connect and bring people together.  We think that Mary is a great asset to Team Ebb & Flow.

Sally Percival

Sally works at a local Hotel in Christchurch, The Captains Club, which she has been a part of since it opened 17 years ago, with a small gap for children in the middle!She also has her own soft furnishing business which has a cool coastal vibe! She has an interest in interiors and commissions for local friends and family. It's now with the family's approval she takes on her next big adventure. Sally is a keen Rower at her local Rowing Club in Christchurch with Julie. She has competed in various Coastal Four races as Womens Juniors and Masters and won the South Coast Championships at Dorney lake. 
Before taking up rowing she was a keen sailor and part of a crew based in Southampton, taking on various voyages such as The Fastnet Race, round the Island and the Classics Regatta in St Tropez. Her favorite was crossing the Atlantic which is one of Sally's memorable achievements.Since then has wanted to return to the Ocean and rowing across the Atlantic is the next challenge on her bucket list! Sally was born and raised in Christchurch and is a busy Mother of two boys with Husband Andy. Lots of family sports which include mountain biking, being top of the list for the boys, followed by sailing, skiing, surfing and rugby.
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