Information about Ocean Row Events Expeditions - past, present and future. You can also see photographs from some of our expeditions in the image gallery.
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Avalon left Puerta de Mogan 17 Jan 2013 at 19.10hrs & made landfall at Port St Charles at 07.51hrs(gmt) 03.51hrs local time 22nd Feb 2013, rowing time 35 days 12 hours 41 minutes.
Ocean Row Events (ORE) are seeking crew members who are prepared to put their minds and bodies to the test with this out of the ordinary challenge!
Ocean Row Events (ORE) are seeking crew members for a quite extraordinary once in a lifetime Expedition.
For crew and supporters this will be an exciting expedition, contact Leven for full details for this non stop continent to continent ocean row between Australia and Africa.
We are recruiting for both crew and supporters for Atlantic 'Trade Winds' route expeditions in 2014/15. These challenging crossings are being set up specifically to try to beat the 30 day barrier for rowing across the Atlantic.
On standby from 2014. The North West Passage will be rowed from Kaktovik, Alaska over the top of Canada to Newfoundland. The first time this will have been done. The only true North West passage route never conquered by human power, 3500 miles.
The Artemis North Atlantic Challenge 2010 started from New York on 17 June 2010 and was completed successfully at St Mary's, Isles of Scilly on 31 July 2010.
This epic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean was a new attempt to smash the current Record for the fastest Row across the Atlantic ever recorded (set by us in La Mondiale).
Started from Puerta de Mogan, Gran Canaria on 16th December 2007 and berthed at Port St Charles, Barbados on 17th January 2008 - distance 3050 miles.
This is a short extract of a record rowing expedition – Leven Brown was the first man to row out of the Gulf of Cadiz and to row from mainland Spain to Trinidad and Tobago.