The good news is that the Row to Recovery have at last been resupplied with water by the Aurora.  What a relief!  They then had a problem with the rudder, so if it isn't one thing its another.  That's been solved more or less and they are rowing again which is great news.  They are all in remarkable heart and this clip from their web site says it all:
We’ve just passed through 500 nautical miles to go to Barbados and I cannot tell you how much of a lift that has given to all of us. I also really want to say just how amazing it is to be told of all the support and interest we are generating back home, it means so much to every single member of this crew.
To hear that the fundraising has also been boosted as a result the difficulties we’ve been experiencing also makes it easier to cope with.
I really can’t tell you how much it means to us to know that what we are doing out here is in some small way inspiring people back home and encouraging people to give money to our cause. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
We are not out of the woods yet. After all the problems we’ve had so far it seems inconceivable that the rest of the trip will be plain sailing.
But one thing is for sure, our resolve to succeed remains undiminished, despite the seemingly endless technical problems we’ve encountered.
You have my word, this team will not give up. Wish us luck!s luck!


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