Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti
Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti

Two Italians floated cars across the Atlantic 20 years ago today to fulfil a dying father’s ambition

  • In 2000, Marco Amoretti floated for 119 days from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean as his father died of cancer

Topic |   Expeditions and adventures
Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti
Marco Amoretti and Marcolino De Candia were busy everyday of the expedition, but down time was spent fishing, as they floated cars across the Atlantic. Photos: Autonauti
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