Previous EXPEDITIONS

"Plans are nothing. Planning is everything."

- Dwight D. Eisenhower

We at Ocean Revival Adventures, boasting a robust and successful track record in expedition planning, are constantly oriented towards the future. Not only do we meticulously plan our own ocean crossings, but we also extend our expertise to assist others in planning and preparing for their own adventures and expeditions. 

 

Discover how our seasoned team can support and guide you on your journey.

Arctic - 2023

With the goal of becoming the first four-person team to complete a polar row in the Arctic, the team departed from Tromsø, North Norway with the aim of reaching Longyearbyen, the northernmost town on Earth, located in Svalbard.

 

Enduring freezing temperatures and exceptionally unpredictable weather, the team persevered for 15 days, including 5 days spent anchored in a violent storm, facing exceptionally austere conditions.

North Atlantic - 2021

The North Atlantic was a baptism of fire, the fourth worst storm season on record at the time found the team trapped on para anchor for 24 days of the 71 day crossing.

 

Battling 60 knot winds, Arctic blasts, huge angry seas and often the bitter cold, the world’s first expedition was a learning curve like no other.

Mid Atlantic - 2014

Our first ocean row was part of an independent mid-Atlantic crossing with Oceanus in 2014, as members of an eight-person team rowing from the Canaries to Barbados. We achieved a remarkable feat, breaking the world record for the fastest eight-person team to row across an ocean, completing the journey in just 32 days and 22 hours.

 

The crossing proved to be relentless as we pursued the record in a classic-style ocean rowing boat, an experience that has laid the foundation for our future expeditions.

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