On June 4th 2016, four men will embark on an incredible adventure. Their aim is to set a new Guinness World Record for rowing the Pacific from Monterey, California to Waikiki, Hawaii as part of the Great Pacific Race. Meet the team who will take on this incredible challenge.
In 2014 the first ever Team Uniting Nations battled against 35ft waves and 40kt winds across the 2,400 mile journey to become the first four to complete the route which they did in 43 days 5 hours and 30 minutes.
This years’ team aim to not only complete the route but do so in a faster overall time to take a new Guinness World Record.
We are currently putting together a Uniting Nations team to participate in the Great Pacific Race in 2018. If you would like to be considered then click here to contact us and explain why you think you would be an ideal team member for the Uniting Nations team 2018. Team Uniting Nations is an all-male team but if you are a lady and like the chance to take on this incredible challenge then please get in touch with our sister team – The Daring Greatly Crew.