From the TWAC Duty Officer Report: After 15 full days on the water, the fleet is steaming towards Antigua and the leading boat (LATITUDE 35 of Team Carlisle Crew in Carlisle’s American Spirit) has exactly 1,500 nautical miles to go. In hot pursuit is ROW 4 JAMES with 1,532 nautical miles to the finish line.[…]
A message from Captain Jason Caldwell: Strong winds pushing us @ 4kn /hr. We are making good progress towards Antigua. The brits have been teaching us about Cricket over the last couple of days. We have seen some amazing sunsets and beautiful seas. Quick Shout out to our Family & Friends at Team Carlisle Crew.
Team Carlisle Crew now is leading all boats! Day 7 Update from the team on Carlisle’s American Spirit : The team is getting their strength back, they are starting to eat more as of today. Covering a whopping 81 NM in last 24 hours, Team Carlisle Crew is determined to beat that number in next[…]
Latitude 35 (the team of Carlisle Crew) is fighting Row for James for first place. To follow the team live, click here to use the race tracker or download the YB Races app from your mobile devices’s app store. Message from the guys on 12/17: Last 2 days have been tough. Everyone is fighting different levels of sea[…]
Team Carlisle Crew begins the 3000 mile race across the Atlantic on December 14, 2016
The evening before the competition begins, Team Carlisle Crew shares their thoughts at the start line of the 3000 mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Go behind the scenes: Carlisle Crew invites a special guest on their sunset evening row – TWAC official photographer Ben Duffy.
Watch Team Carlisle Crew train in the choppy waters of the Atlantic ocean near La Gomera.
Captain Jason Caldwell shares his thoughts on picking the right team.
Go behind the scenes: dinner with Team Carlisle Crew