Seasickness all around

4 Jan

Inevitably the crew is currently suffering from seasickness, as Mark one of the crew members explains in their latest podcast:×200.swf?callInView=94831&channelInView=&phlogId=41329&phonecastId=119298

Luckily the seasickness is not impacting on the progress the guys are making and at the moment they are even touching on 5 knots an hour sometimes, moving faster than expected and ahead of the 30-day scheme.

The pre-departure massive meals, as featured below (crew member Ian on the left and crew member Simon on the right), are probably not a sight for sore eyes yet, with stomachs tied up in knots… Let’s hope that will change soon!

2 Responses to “Seasickness all around”

  1. Sarah Jane Phillips January 4, 2012 at 5:56 pm #

    Hey Aodhan!

    We are all rooting for you here in the office and keeping track of your awesome progress.You are all doing an amazing job and we are all really proud 🙂

    Just remember that with every stroke you are raising money for a fantastic cause that will make a difference to so many children.

    I hope the seasickness doen’t last long.

    Keep it up Aodhan – you are an inspiration!

    Sarah 🙂

  2. Finbar Maxwell January 7, 2012 at 4:30 pm #


    I hope you got my message just before you all set sail. Thinking of you all every day. Every morning I start the day thinking of he position of the boat, and of all the energy that will carry you through this next day of the journey. Hope the sea-sickness is easing up, and that all is well. Keep rowing. Keep thinking of the destination. Enjoy the amazing experience of the adventure. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the team every day.


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