Landed in Cuba, 74 days and 7,700 kms after leaving Portugal. It was a wild ride:

On 12/05/18- Five storms, equipment failure, two crew members dropping out, and one nasty stomach bug. But the whole experience cemented Isaac’s determination to compete in the 2018 Atlantic Challenge solo row.

Despite the setbacks, Isaac is still on track to be the first Kiwi to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean. The silver lining is that now he’ll also be the first Kiwi to complete the journey twice in a year. That’s TWO world firsts you can proudly say are being made possible because of your generosity.