Honolulu, Hawaii earlier.

They said it couldn’t be done.

Niamh writes:

“Team Boatylicious have finished the Great Pacific Race, arriving in Hawaii at 2.14pm local time after 50 days at sea. Emily Blagden (GB), Amanda Challans (GB), Ingrid Kvale (USA) and Aoife Ní Mhaoileoin (IRE) are the first all-female four ever to complete the 2,400 mile crossing from Monterey to Honolulu. Ní Mhaoileoin [from Castleknock, Co Dublin is also the first Irish woman ever to complete the course….”

Previously: Meet Team Boatylicious

Team Boatylicious (Facebook)

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11 thoughts on “Shake Your Boaty

        1. ABM

          Yawn. Privileged middle class women on adventure of a lifetime because climbing Kilimanjaro wasn’t good enough for them. All the while presuming someone else will veer off course and risk their lives to rescue them when their boat gets into trouble. The full economic cost of this “adventure” is orders of magnitude greater than any monies raised for the charities in question.

          Oh look, they’ve raised £6,666.98. Well done girls. Hope the Facebook pics are great and you land that job you’ve been putting off for years now.

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    Well done. And finishing up in Honolulu? A special well done to whoever schemed that one.

  2. Am i still On this Island

    Didn’t a boat skippered by an Irish lad finish 2nd in this race completing it in 47 days?

  3. Kieran NYC

    That’s fantastic. Fair play.

    And hope it isn’t too long before the confusion of why the land doesn’t ‘bob up and down’ wears off.

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