Mission Impossible - Bellingham to the top of the World

Mission Impossible - Bellingham to the top of the World

by Angus Rowboats

We are pretty thrilled to have had our boats used as part of this gargantuan expedition. In September 2012 Caroline Van Hemert and Patrick Farrell completed one of the most challenging and intriguing human-powered journeys in recent times. Beginning in Bellingham, Washington, they rowed, paddled, skied and trekked 7000 km entirely off road to Kotzebue Alaska.

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Victoria to Alaska: Leland and Sheena Go North

Victoria to Alaska: Leland and Sheena Go North

by Angus Rowboats

Sheena Miller and Leland Clarke rowed 2,200 km from Victoria BC all the way up to Glacier Bay Alaska in two Expedition Rowboats they build themselves. Their journey took them up the coast of Vancouver Island, through the Great Bear Rainforest, and through the labyrinth of channels leading to the terminus of the Inside Passage.

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Jacob Beckley Rows Non-Stop Across Lake Michigan

Jacob Beckley Rows Non-Stop Across Lake Michigan

by Angus Rowboats

Jacob Beckley is committed to raising awareness and support for childhood cancer.  His latest expedition to draw attention to the cause was to row solo across Lake Michigan in an Expedition Rowboat.  To accomplish this he not only build his first boat but learned to row.  On Oct 3, 2016 he set off from Michigan and began rowing the 65 miles towards Chicago.  Within 24 hours he successfully completed his crossing.

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