Cape to Rio Row

Después de Cruzar el Atlántico: Preguntas & Respuestas con Braam Malherbe

After the Atlantic Crossing: Q&A with Braam Malherbe

From February 7 to May 9, 2017, Braam Malherbe lived without land, on little sleep, with immense purpose in mind and two oars in hand. The unprecedented transatlantic events that transpired over that time now stand as a hopeful turning …

Braam Mahlerbe makes final push in the cape to rio row

Malherbe-Robertson Duo Begin Final Push

Cautiously Optimistic
It’s now been two months since Messrs. Braam and Wayne pushed off from Cape Town. And as they row into their third month on the Atlantic, spirits are up, the wind is at their backs, and hope floats …

Braam Mahlerbe rowing to Rio for the DOT Challenge

Making Amends to Mother Nature with the DOT Challenge

On behalf of humanity, Captain Malherbe and First Mate Robertson continue to play the scapegoat for worldwide crimes against the environment. If all goes as planned, they’ll take their 2–3 months of open-ocean lashings, unite humankind in an oath of …

Braam Malherbe Cape to Rio Row Sponsored by ASEA

Braam Malherbe: A Dot in the Ocean

Four thousand miles (6600km) of Atlantic Ocean separate Cape Town, South Africa from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Your options for crossing are a 7–8-hour commercial flight, a 1–2-week luxury cruise, a 2–4-week yacht race, and a 3-month rowboat voyage.

That …