After an ill-fated first attempt due to adverse weather conditions and an even more disastrous second attempt ended up in a shipwreck in Formentera Island, on 18 September 2005, Alex set off from Genoa with a new boat heading South. After 226 days of rowing, he reached Fortaleza (Brazil), setting the new record for the longest Atlantic crossing ever made. Currently not available.
Even after crossing the Atlantic ocean on a rowing boat in 2006, Alex Bellini still felt the urge to challenge himself once again. So, on 21st February 2008, he climbed again into his boat to cross the Pacific ocean alone, on a journey from Peru to Australia. He needed to cross 10 time zones, 17,000 km and do more than 5 million row strokes. A physical, and especially mental, challenge. An adventure that is almost legendary, in which Alex was able never to feel completely alone, thanks to the constant support of thousands of people that followed him via the web, the radio, and especially the feeling of complete unity with the surrounding ocean.
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