by Pete Bray

This first-hand account of an epic voyage across the North Atlantic ocean in a kayak in 2001 tells the story of Pete Bray's successful attempt to make the first ever solo unsupported crossing in a paddle-powered kayak. The author's first attempt a year earlier ended abruptly off the coast of Newfoundland when he had to be rescued. Kayak Across The Atlantic vividly describes the pain and discomfort he endured during his second attempt, encountering some of the worst weather for many years, and his sheer determination to succeed during the 76 days he was at sea.

Paperback (13cm x 19.5cm) 160 pages.
ISBN 09544233-4-8

"A book which should be read by every sea paddler and more." Canoeist

"Extraordinary first-hand account." Cornwall Life

"This book is an easy read and I found it very difficult to put it down." Sea Paddler