HMS Oardacious

Current Location

Atlantic Ocean, 500 nautical miles east of Antigua

Hit the high seas with Royal Navy Submariners as they race to row the 3,000 miles from the coast of Africa (the Canary Islands) to the Caribbean (Antigua), demonstrating resilience through adversity.


What does a typical week look like when you're rowing across the Atlantic Ocean? Hint: It's very different than a typical week on land! Let's see how the team is spending their time at sea!


This team of serving Royal Navy Submariners are rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to raise awareness of Submariners' mental health and the ocean environment. Let's meet them!

Field Notes

The most important piece of equipment for rowing the Atlantic Ocean is the craft you use to do it! Let's take a look around the amazing HMS Oardacious, our home at sea for the next month.


After 35 days, 17 hours and 19 minutes, Team HMS Oardacious has arrived safely in port in Antigua! How did they manage to successfully row across the Atlantic Ocean? Let's ask them!