Eat, Sleep, Row, Repeat. Come and hear local girl, Meg Dyos talk about rowing across the Pacific Ocean as a part of the Coxless Crew who rowed completely unsupported across the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco to Australia.
When the team finally reached Marlin Marina in Cairns, North Queensland, in January 2016, they had spent 257 days at sea in their pink 29ft boat Doris. The six-strong crew completed the 8,600-nautical mile journey to set two new world records: the first all-female crew and the first fours boat to row the Pacific from America to Australia.
Meg will talk of how the girls rowed a two hours on two hours off shift pattern for 257 days sleeping for just 90 minutes at a time. She will also touch on the wildlife that they encountered and the waves that they navigated their way through, travelling across the worlds largest ocean and making landfall in late January 2016.
This really is an opportunity not to be missed with 50% of the funds raised from this talk going towards their chosen charities, Breast Cancer Care and Walking With The Wounded.
Please read more about this extroadinary journey at www.coxlesscrew.com