Sara G about half way across Atlantic – Heading for Barbados

The crew of Sara G are rowing 5000km from Africa to Barbados and after 29 days they are about half way across. We’ve been following their progress and tribulations and it hasn’t been an easy go for the five guys and one girl out in the middle of the Atlantic.

They’ve have been knocked about by waves, blown backwards for days and lost a bit of equipment overboard but so far no one is injured too badly.

Besides the adventure, the purpose of the trip is to raise funds for the Milford Care Centre (Limerick) and The Marymount Hospice (Cork) in Ireland.

You can follow the progress of Mike Jones and the others at the Atlantic 5000.com website.

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