70-Year-Old Kayaker Crosses Atlantic, Keeps Going – After crossing from New Jersey to Britain, Alexander Doba presses on for the European continent

Over 101 days and 4,000 nautical miles—accounting for the extra distance covered thanks to storms and the broken rudder—Aleksander Doba finished his third solo transatlantic kayak expedition on the Island of St. Mary’s off the southwestern tip of Great Britain. The last 100 miles across the English Channel are the most dangerous he’s ever faced.

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