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March 26, 2020

Coastal rowing is underrated. With Ocean rowing boat, which is not the quickest to manoeuvre it's quite risky. For those, who likes the moment of discovery, there are plenty. Every new bay opens something magical. I love it! Ahh, yeah, I don't have picture of the braki...

March 21, 2020


As You already know, I'm rowing🚣‍♂ along the coast to avoid the counter current➡. I'm thinking weather it really makes my life easier🤔😁Ok, ok, the main thing is that I can anchor or tie the boat to the buoy for the night without drifting backwards. Sometimes I'm ro...

March 16, 2020

Celebes sea currents ain't no joke! 

Sometimes, not often, I have to row🚣‍♂ back➡ to continue forward⬅! This happened few days ago, when I got too far away from the coast. The countercurrent stopped my progress, tried next day my luck, but it seemed impossible to mess...

March 8, 2020

After 40 hours waiting 🧘🏼‍♂on the buoy the headwind dropped during the night, so I🚣‍♂ rowed under the moon from 1am to 5.30am. Speed was like in the "good, old days"😂 It was still dark, but managed to find new buoy to tie the boat, before I switched off to enjoy so...

March 6, 2020

My progress⬆ have been very slow, while rowing 🚣‍♂around the north tip of the Sulawesi🏝, but I'm so grateful🙏🏼 to be able to enjoy this beauty🌊

March 3, 2020

Yesterday, after the post with fishing house the wind dropped, so I was excited to row some more nautical miles. Weather forecast seemed to be ok, I even dreamt to reach the horn. It wasn't big of a distance for normal Ocean conditions. There is a lot of local currents...

February 29, 2020

This is hilarious. I rowed for about 4 hours and then hit a "wall"😀

My intended route🚣‍♂ is to row around north tip of Sulawesi island. Didn't I knew  that there gona be wind about 10-12knots? I knew, I just wanted to row so much, so I tried🤠

I guess the night from Su...

February 27, 2020

On 29.02.2020 I'll restart #aroundtheworldbyhumanpower from #indonesia to #malaysia it will be around 3000 km / 1620 nm. How far is 3000 km? .Row together, grow together!#gRowTogether #boredofborders #rowingthepacific #oceanrowing

December 15, 2019

I have a lucky buoy!

I started at 4:00 in the morning and finished at 22:00. 18h of gymnastics with oars. I almost missed Sulawesi. It all ended in a classical way - to get into the bay, I had to crawl against the tide. Voila - a buoy!

December 15, 2019

There it is, the Sulawesi island. Yesterday, the currents “let go” and I could row SW. Today, I can get only S. I need just a little bit more, to hit the Sulawesi jackpot.

December 14, 2019

A warning signal cut the night, as 2 cargo ships passed the boat. I’m ok. A negative drift pushed me 2nm to the S. Today I’m compensating for that. I lost a spoon.

December 13, 2019

I’m trying to row towards Manado. It is SW. For now, I’m getting only S. Siau volcano looks important.

November 5, 2019

The mission was to approach the land, so I wouldn’t get blown too far East. I had to pass two bays because of head-wind and cross-streams. One of them was only 200m away, but I couldn’t get close, no matter how hard I tried. I had to drop it and work my way to the next...

October 29, 2019

A lot of turtles and sharks and criss-cross streams, but over the horizon  I can see SARANGANI island. It’s Philippines already! 

October 19, 2019

If the conditions are right, it takes about 2 days to cross one meridian (60nm). Once, even 20h were enough. The Eastern length of the 128th meridian will stay in my heart for a while, because it took me 11 days to cross. I’m happy to be in the 127th. Cheers!

#neverstop...

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