Sarah is now into her last few hours of rowing as her support team in Adak (Tony Humphreys, Ocean Manager and James Sebright, photographer) prepare to meet her. Latest from Tony below:
We’re leaving port at midnight (1.5hrs time, 09.00UTC/10.00BST) and hope to be at the southern end of the Kagalaska Passage by 04.30 local time. Once on the southern side of the island we should have VHF comms with Sarah and will rendezvous with her. Subject to where she is, what her COG is and what the wind’s doing we may let her row on, hopefully to land, or we’ll take her in tow and bring her back to port. All going well we’ll be back early afternoon (midnight’ish UTC). We won’t have any access to internet or cell phone coverage until we get back to port. We’ll ask Sarah to call in using her satphone once we’re with her and she’s on her way in to port.
Sarah is in very good spirits, keen to row as best she can and enjoy her final push.
Watch this space!
Come on Sarah – SISTERs are with you every stroke of the oar towards Adak. Tremendous news of this amazing effort. Salty Best to you and Happy Socks. We all love you for the strong women you are. Go Girl – xx
Wishing you much strength and patience for this final push, very much hoping that all goes smoothly to get you and Happy Socks back to land. You’ll have many people glued to the internet over the next 24 hours, sending good vibes, waiting for good news and for the first picture of you ashore!
Glad to hear that you have help out there.
Just checking but have you not passed the halfway mark on your original
plan of rowing from Japan to Canada.
Hears hoping for a soft landing soon
Cheers from sunny Queensland
So glad to know you are just about there and hope this final leg goes smoothly and you come ashore safely.
Good luck Sarah! We are all so impressed here at Mars as we sit In a department meeting just like the one you came to talk at last December. Keep it up for the final few strokes! Lucy
have been following your rowing section with much interest,good for you, you are almost there.prayers sent your way
I keep checking your progress on the tracker, getting closer all the time! Eager for any updates from you or your team as you approach, but it sounds like communication will be difficult – hopefully we’ll hear of of your safe landing soon.
In the meantime I hope you can row smoothly and the wind and current plays ball to move you to the right end of Adak!
Love, Amz x
Awesome job Sarah. Please update soon so we know you’ve landed safely. Thanks Tony!
Weather looking good as far as i saw
Hi Sarah. Saw you on Breakfast news this morning! not long now! go for it! Good luck for a safe transit into harbour, hope your “jelly legs” aren’t too bad when you stand on shore!
Love Heather, Cameron and Sarah xxx
Great news that her team Is heading her way! Will be checking left and right for successful updates!
Go , Sarah. Go! So proud of all your accomplishments!
Chris in Anchorage
Nearly there! Happy landings, Happy Socks!!!
I write about yours voyage in my magazine “Boats & yachts” in Saint-Peterburg and I send this august’s article in address Jenny Ellery four days ago.. Now I prepare next article about yours finish at Adak. My congratulations! Bravo, Sarah!!! With best regards Vasily Galenko.