M A R I N E
T H E O D Y S S E Y
ROWING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Photographed by RUTH KAPPUS
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After being selected out of over 15,000 entrants and a gruelling boot camp elimination process, Fanafikile Lephakha has been granted the opportunity to join South African explorer Riaan Manser as he rows across the Atlantic Ocean.
According to his bio: "Riaan Manser rose to prominence on becoming the first person to cycle around the perimeter of Africa. For over twenty-four months, alone & unaided, he pedalled a staggering 37,000 km through 34 countries, some of which rank as the most dangerous countries on Earth."
He was also the first person to circumnavigate Madagascar by kayak - alone and unaided.
Soweto man Fanafikile Lephakhaset to row across the Atlantic with explorer Riaan Manser
He's never done any water sports nor had any experience with rowing. Now Fana Lehakha is gearing up to row the ocean with an acclaimed South African explorer.
The day before leaving
Puerto Calero a come together after a great photo session.
Ruth Kappus, Fanafikile Lephakha, Riaan Manser, Walter Kober, Goodby and have a safe trip see you at the Island of Barbados.
MY/ TUHURA Motor Yacht Project 2018 LENGTH — 115.00m
S C O U T
RUNABOUT PEDAL BOAT
NAVY WITH MAHOGANY DECK $ 25,000.00
Inspired by mid-20th Century wooden crafts, this pedal boat from Beau Lake adds a luxurious look and feel to a historically dull market. The self-draining boat's molded fiberglass tunnel hull's design was created with help from a designer of America's Cup boats, with an inlaid veneer deck and a stainless steel driveshaft that quietly transfers pedal energy into propeller movement. A huge upgrade from the injection-molded plastic pedal boats we're all used to seeing, Beau Lake's boat is finished with one-inch thick leather seat covers and a compartmentalized cooler that contours to the boat.
Photographed by CHRIS GORDANEER
Maison Bunkie Co Photo Rob Guennete