The Crew of Endeavour lands in Antigua

After 48 and a half days crossing the Atlantic Ocean, the Row2Recovery Atlantic challenge team are finally back on dry land after landing in Antigua on 21 January.  Showing huge spirit, this inspirational team has come third overall, and second in class in what must be one of the world’s most gruelling races.  James Kayll (second from left) is the proud skipper of the four man crew and he led Cayle Royce, Scott Blaney and Mark Jenkins across 3000 miles of open ocean over the past two months.  After the support offered to them by The Endeavour Fund, the crew named their vessel, Endeavour and we are immensely proud to be associated with such an amazing group of people.  The crew of Endeavour are raising money for Help for Heroes in recognition of the great work that charity performs.

If you are motivated by what these men have achieved, look out in the coming months for more programmes being run by the fantastic charity Row2Recovery who are creating a network of clubs with adaptive rowing facilities around the country for wounded, injured and sick to enter or develop in rowing.

Find out more or add your support at www.row2recovery.com or @Row2Recovery.

The Crew of Endeavour lands in Antigua (Photo by Ben Duffy).
The Crew of Endeavour lands in Antigua (Photo by Ben Duffy).
The team celebrate their inspirational achievement in style. (Photo by Ben Duffy)
The team celebrate their inspirational achievement in style. (Photo by Ben Duffy)
The Endeavour Crew: Cayle Royce, James Kayall, Scott Blaney and Mark Jenkins. (Photo by Ben Duffy)
The Endeavour Crew: Cayle Royce, James Kayall, Scott Blaney and Mark Jenkins. (Photo by Ben Duffy)