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BORN ON THE ATLANTIC

In December 2015, The Tempest Two left Puerto Morgan, Canary Islands, in a humble rowing boat with the simple goal of reaching the other-side. Their voyage would take them 3000 miles across The Atlantic Ocean, facing monstrous swells, marine wildlife and the first hurricane to form in The Atlantic for half-a-century. A trans-Atlantic row is considered to be one of the toughest ordeals on the planet, yet neither James Whittle or Tom Caulfield had ever stepped foot in a rowing boat, or had an ounce of sailing experience to call upon. 54 days later, the pair pulled into Port St Charles in Barbados, with a new thirst for adventure, and a different perspective on life. The Tempest Two was born....