Latest Atlantic Lions news
Day 37: less than 1000 miles to go
The Atlantic Lions have now been rowing continuously for over 37 days. Five weeks of ocean rowing has taken its toll on the boys and in this blog Dr Matt gives us a medical update.Read more
Day 30: fish are friends not food...
The Atlantic Lions celebrate passing the halfway point on their journey across the Atlantic Ocean by blogging about their latest fishing ventures.Read more
Day 23: 'If it was easy, it would just be the way'
With the storm about to hit, Atlantic Lion Joe blogs about how they can avoid being pushed backward towards the Canaries.Read more
Day 21: a day in the life of an ocean rower
Atlantic Lion Matt blogs about a typical day on board their rowing boat Tiny Dancer.Read more
Day 18: storms on the way
Some difficult times lay ahead for our Atlantic Lions who are rowing towards a significant storm.
The boys have been warned and options have been discussed, but it is likely to mean para-anchor and an unpleasant few days.Read more
Day 14: entering the second week of continuous rowing
The Atlantic Lions have now spent a total of two weeks rowing continuously across the Atlantic Ocean. As they move further west they are treated to more frequent wildlife visitors which helps to keep the boys motivated.Read more