Female Rowers crossed Pacific Ocean


The crew was made up of three permanent members, Laura Penhaul, Natalia Cohen and Emma Mitchell, and three others each rowing a leg

A team of female rowers have arrived in Australia nine months after setting off from San Francisco to cross the Pacific Ocean, reported BBC yesterday.

The Coxless Crew rowed out under the Golden Gate Bridge in April last year.

After 257 days at sea, with supply stops in Hawaii and Samoa, their 29ft boat, Doris, crossed the finish line at Cairns just before 01:00 GMT.

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Our final approach to the Marlin Marina saw us being escorted by a fleet of sailing boats hobie kayaks and other small craft and as we got closer we saw the clouds of people on the wall. Source:Sarah Moshman

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