Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy
Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy

Rowing the Atlantic gives Hongkonger new perspective as ‘lessons change every time I think about it’

  • Josh Stone rows 5,000km from La Gomera to Antigua and gets off the boat with a new-found confidence that anything is possible
  • The four-person team spend 42 days at sea and, for a while, it feels like they will be on that boat forever

Topic |   Expeditions and adventures
Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy
Josh Stone (left) and his “Fitter Planet” teammates celebrate on arriving in Antigua. Photo: Ben Duffy
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