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Powering the Adventure Revolution

Funding

Raleigh International Bursary Fund

FundingWild Night Out

Raleigh International is committed to ensuring that its Expedition programme is accessible to young people from a range of backgrounds. Its Bursary Fund has been established to help support young people who might otherwise find it difficult to fundraise the full cost of a 10-week Expedition.

SES Explorer Awards 2016

FundingJames Hipkiss

 

SES Explorer Awards 2016 - The Scientific Exploration Society's search for true ‪#PioneerswithPurpose‬ is back for the third year!We seek to support rising stars leading expeditionscombining adventure with science - and will educate, inspire and leave a lasting impression. Could that be you? Full details of the outstanding range of Awards at www.ses-explore.org/awards. Please share far and wide! Pictured is SES Neville Shulman Film Award 2015 winner Giulia Grimaldi, diving off the Kamchatka peninsular, Russia.

sally@ses-explore.org

North Pole Questions

How-to, FundingJames Hipkiss

 

Hey there guys and gals,

I am in the process of gathering information and the logistics of successfully doing an expedition to the North Pole and back from Canada. Has anyone done this before? If so, I would love to get in contact with you and ask you a few questions.

Best Regards,

Ryan

Gulf/Keys Row

How-to, FundingJames Hipkiss

 

In 2012 I rowed on board The Limited Intelligence, an ocean row boat which has successfully completed three ocean crossings.

Ours was a much shorter trip, about 6 days of rowing through the Florida Keys. We spent a day on the Atlantic during the duration of the trip and enjoyed the experiences, from battling storms at the start to encountering marine wildlife.

This gave me a taste for open ocean rowing and I would love to complete a longer journey in the future.

samantha@teamepoch.org