Four women who rowed 8,000 miles from the San Francisco in the United States to Cairns in Australia unsupported will share their remarkable story at a film screening and question and answer session at the University of Exeter on Wednesday May 17 2017.
The Coxless Crew, as they are collectively known, spent nine months – or 281 days – at sea in a 29 foot rowing boat called Doris, facing extreme mental and physical challenges. They raised over £65,000 for Walking With the Wounded and Breast Cancer Care.
Doors will open at 6.30PM, before the film ‘Losing Sight of Shore’ is screened at 7.15PM. The audience will then be able to ask questions of the crew, Director Sarah Moshman and other adventurers.
The event is being held jointly by Devon-based firm Read full release