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  1. An insightful and exciting evening with Guinness World Record holder Ian Rivers. Join Ian Rivers on 19th November 2021 from 6.30pm for an inspiring and thrilling evening. In May 2021 Ian Rivers embarked on a solo unsupported row across the North Atlantic from New York to the Isles of Scilly. Using only a sextant as the main form of navigation, this 3,100 nautical mile crossing tested human endurance, navigation and seamanship to the absolute limit. He has become the first Guinness World Record holder for rowing unsupported solo from New York. We followed Ian and Sentinel from the beginning and wow what a journey it was! A fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too, Ian is not only a brave man he was clearly very determined and completed his task, making history and becoming a 'Guiness World Record' Holder! The row was designed to raise money for the Special Air Service Regimental Association (SASRA) and St Michael's Hospice - Hereford, whilst also raising awareness of the mental health challenges facing serving and veteran personnel. Spend an evening finding out about this remarkable man, and even have the opportunity to ask questions. What's On 6.30pm – Welcome drink and ‘Sentinel’ boat on display 7.00pm – Two-course meal *Curry & naan bread followed by lemon meringue pie 7.45pm – An interview with Ian Rivers 8.45pm – Charity auction 9.00pm – Q&A with Ian Rivers 9.15pm – Event ends Date | Friday 19th November 2021 - 6.30pm - 9.15pm Venue | Bartestree Village Hall, Ledbury Road, Bartestree, Herefordshire HR1 4BY Tickets are limited so we would suggest booking early to avoid disappointment - £25 Book here 👉 https://www.st-michaels-hospice.org.uk/.../an-evening.../ Free onsite parking #HerefordVoice | #HVEvent | #HerefordNews
  2. Ian Rivers and rowsentinel is about to make history, he is arriving anytime in the Isles of Scilly The land crew are now on St Mary’s Island awaiting Ian's imminent arrival (and Captain Paddles too of course! ) Former SAS soldier Ian has rowed 3400 miles solo from NY to the Isles of Scilly without GPS! What a fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too but you're almost home now Ian, we've been following you all the way, it's almost time to get the flags out! More details - https://rowsentinel.com/ 📸 rowsentinel
  3. A WELCOME AWAITS…. The land crew are now on St Mary’s Island awaiting Ian’s arrival (and Captain Paddles too of course! 🐻) Ian and rowsentinel are less than 40 miles away so he may decide to keep going and arrive tonight! Ian will be the first person to row across the Atlantic Ocean solo and without GPS from New York to the Isles of Scilly. ℹ️ Former SAS soldier Ian is rowing 3400 miles solo from NY to the Isles of Scilly without GPS! He hopes to raise £500,000 for his charities, the SAS Association's charity and St Michael's Hospice - Hereford, more details ➡ rowsentinel.com What a fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too but you're almost home now Ian, we've been following you all the way, it's nearly time to get the flags out! 🇬🇧 👏 📸 rowsentinel
  4. Ian, sentinel and Captain Paddles are just 60 miles away from the Isles of Scilly. Ian may get his first glimpse of land for more than 80 days later today as he approaches the Bishop’s Rock Lighthouse. Former SAS soldier Ian is rowing 3400 miles solo from NY to the Isles of Scilly without GPS! He hopes to raise £500,000 for his charities, the SAS Association's charity and St Michael's Hospice - Hereford more details rowsentinel.com What a fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too but you're almost home now Ian, we've been following you all the way, time to get the flags out!
  5. He is 300 miles from Bishop’s Rock lighthouse, his finishing line and he will be able to see it from 20 miles away What a fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too but you're almost home now Ian, we've been following you all the way, you've got this! Follow Ian's journey and donate here https://rowsentinel.com
  6. Ian and rowsentinel have been at sea for 77 days so he hasn’t seen land for 75 days since he left New York He is 300 miles from Bishop’s Rock lighthouse, his finishing line and he will be able to see it from 20 miles away What a fabulous adventure, full of twists and turns and some terrifying force 10 storms too but you're almost home now Ian, we've been following you all the way, you've got this! Follow Ian's journey and donate here https://rowsentinel.com
  7. Ian and rowsentinel have endured a terrible 48 hours but they’re still going. Ian has no power on board and just one channel of communication left. It’s a very difficult situation but he can row, he’s going in the right direction and he can use a compass to navigate. Food stash! Then, like a gift from the Gods, he found a stash of food he’d forgotten about Beef jerky, nuts and dried fruit and hot chocolate. He’s so chuffed, it made a huge difference to his morale at the toughest of times. rowsentinel now need your help… We’d love to get the charity total past £100,000 to give Ian a massive push in these really difficult days. Please spread the word about the huge effort that this former #specialforces soldier is making. Donations for St Michael's Hospice - Hereford and the Special Air Service Regimental Association https://hfd.news/guy #HerefordVoice | #HerefordNews | #SASRegiment
  8. Row Sentinel Ian is one very happy football fan and he’ll be cheering England on from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Is he England’s most socially distanced fan?! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 COME ON ENGLAND! - Ian is one very happy football fan and he’ll be cheering england on from the middle of the atlanticocean - Is he England’s mos.mp4 Follow his journey and donate here 👉 https://rowsentinel.com
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