Our mission is powered by this fantastic female trio
Image courtesy of Rannoch Adventure
Three women with no prior rowing experience, powered by a belief that ordinary people can do extraordinary things, plan to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic.
Meet the brave 3 office workers, whose current biggest daily challenge is crossing London at rush hour, who are taking on the world's toughest row - a feat fewer people have achieved than have climbed Everest or have gone into space!
Jess has broken more bones than she can count but still thinks that rowing an ocean is a great idea. A lover of all animals (even the naked molerat) and plants (even you, cactus) she is deeply committed to saving them and making this home we call Earth better for everyone.Here's why I'm rowing the Atlantic
Caroline is known for her love of sleeping for 10 hours at a time (an ideal skill for a crew that will be rowing 24 hours a day). When she's not sleeping, you'll find her running, cycling, climbing or hiking across some form of land mass. A big beliver in preserving this Earth and all its wonders, and that together, as a community, we can make a difference.
"I don’t know what a 30ft wave looks like. I guess the only logical thing to do is row an ocean to find out."Here's why I'm rowing the Atlantic
Always one for a good argument, Suze realised too late the Atlantic Rowing Challenge wasn’t a debating competition on the Queen Mary. Nevertheless she loves a challenge; as long as it doesn’t involve exercise, confined spaces and the use of a bucket. Brought up in a nautical family, she feels drawn to the sea and passionately believes in preserving our beautiful blue planet.
"Unless someone like you cares an awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it’s not" - Dr SuessHere's why I'm rowing the Atlantic