Stamford talk {Pacific 2.0} & Night of Adventure


{Pacific 2.0} 150 days – Alone on a wide, wide sea

March 27th | 7.30pm | Stamford Arts Centre

I am really looking forwards to giving this talk in Stamford later this month. As a Stamford High School girl, it feels a bit like a homecoming and the local audience is always great fun. I remember a ten year old in the audience last year who told everyone in the questions session that she was going to sail around the world one day. I look forward to hearing how her plans are coming along.

Tickets via: Stamford Arts Centre Box Office

Proceeds toward ongoing  expedition costs and a collection will be taken for my L2L charities (CoppaFeel!, MND Association, Jubilee Sailing Trust, WaterAid)

Night of Adventure | March 26th | 7pm

For the Londoners among you, there is another great event happening the day before March 26th  Рone of the famed Night of Adventure series in aid of Hope and Homes for Children. I have been helping organise the fab lineup of speakers which, this time, are all women and include a brilliant range of ages and adventures. Tickets here.

NoA poster

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3 Responses to Stamford talk {Pacific 2.0} & Night of Adventure

  1. Aang Aang, Sarah. Unangax people in the Aleutian Islands have been following your world wide journey with fascination since the “iqyax” (Aleut sea kayak made of sea lion skin on light wooden frame) is a strong part of Aleut history. I am hoping that you can stop in Atka, Nikolski, Unalaska, Akutan, False Pass, King Cove, Sand Point and other Aleut communities to inspire youth of what can be accomplished. I hope you received some of the books I sent you and hope you get a chance to glance over them. Vitus Bering from Horsens, Denmark and Georg Wilheml Steller from Germany did a trek in 1741 which parallels yours in 2012/2014. The medical advice which Steller gave to Bering was to slow down, visit the locals, enjoy the fresh water and the fresh greens. Praying for your safe expedition, Michael “Iqyax” Livingston in Sand Point, Alaska in the Shumagiin Islands south of the end of the Alaska Peninsula

    • Sarah says:

      HI Michael,

      Thanks for your message and the kind delivery of books too. I am looking forwards to reading them and journeying East along the islands in coming months. The communities you mention are all likely stop-offs for us, especially Nikolski which will be the first resupply point for a while. Do keep in touch as we journey and hopefully our paths will cross.

      All very best,


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