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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

"longest ever ocean surfboat rowing leg by any crew"

MusselRowers - Bass Strait Crossing for Red Nose women have achieved the longest ever ocean surfboat rowing leg by any crew, Men's or Women with a distance of 89 klms

VIDEO: MusselRowers - Bass Strait Crossing for Red Nose Crew sweep, Rob Pollock reports:

"Left Refuge Cove at 4.54am and arrived at Deal island at 4.20 pm. Three crew members were sick from sea sickness but continued on all day. Very very proud of everyone effort and toughness. Well earned rest day on beautiful Deal Island" Follow the MusselRowers - Bass Strait Crossing for Red Nose The Red Nose MusselRowers are attempting to become the first ever all-female rowing team to cross one of the most treacherous bodies of water in Australia - the Bass Strait!

The team will row over 320kms in very challenging conditions to raise money for Red Nose, helping to fund life-saving research and support services for bereaved families. Donate here and leave your message of support for these incredible women.


Above: Josh, Scott and David. The 3 Kayakers accompanying and supporting the girls as they row across Bass Straight.

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