The November Stream Competition


In 2008, British sailor David Clarke rowed unsupported across the Atlantic Ocean. In doing so, he became the first man to have sailed and rowed across the ocean, spending 83 gruelling days at sea.

His book, Solo: A Thousand Miles from Anywhere, is the first hand account of a novice rower’s attempt to cross, as he puts it, “one of the last great wildernesses, and one that can never be tamed.”

We’ve got two copies of Solo to give away in our exclusive October Stream competiton  – all you have to do is answer the following question:

Which is the world’s largest ocean?

  1. Indian
  2. Atlantic
  3. Pacific

Send your answers by email to [email protected] by Friday 23 November to be in with a chance of winning.

One entry per person.British Rowing reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition without notice, in the event of any dispute relating to the competition, the decision of British Rowing will be final and no discussion will be entered into.