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A Change of Date

A Change of Date

ANNOUNCEMENT The Northwest Passage crew has made the unanimous decision to delay the expedition to summer 2022. We have been in regular communication with leading members of the Inuit communities, and have come to the conclusion that it would not be fair or safe to...

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We launched a gin!

We launched a gin!

We've been keeping a secret. For weeks now, the team has been working hard behind close doors. And now we're ready to tell the world. We've launched a gin!! Northwest Passage Expedition Gin is now available. Head to your favourite team member and buy from them so they...

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A scary cold and terrifying tension

A scary cold and terrifying tension

This month's Arctic Rower column in the South China Morning Post is an enlightening conversation with Paul Ridley, captain of the first team to row the Arctic Ocean. In 2012, they traveled from Inuvik, Canada to Point Hope, Alaska. The Arctic Rower is a regular piece...

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Control the controllables: how to succeed at ocean rowing

Control the controllables: how to succeed at ocean rowing

The frustrating truth of ocean rowing is most of it is out of our control. No matter how great our offering, the decision to sponsor an expedition lies in someone else's hands. When the expedition starts, no matter how motivated you are to row, if a storm kicks up,...

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Leading international paper commits to Arctic column

Leading international paper commits to Arctic column

The South China Morning Post will be publishing a monthly column under the title "The Arctic Rower" that follows the Northwest Passage expedition. The SCMP is home to the Outdoor & Extreme sports section, the largest dedicated adventure page of any international...

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Row in a Garage

Row in a Garage

We started #RowinaGarage on 4th May & now at midnight on 13th we have rowed 2,337km, 73% of our target

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2000 m Row in a Garage

2000 m Row in a Garage

Raising funds for NHS charities during lockdown, our NWP Team will be rowing the equivalent of the North West Passage 2000m over 10 days, aiming for 200 miles per day.

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