Our Autonomous Atlantic Crossing is featured in today’s Times Colonist. Read the article below or on their website. Victoria couple facing challengers in no-crew Atlantic boat crossing by RICHARD WATTS / Times Colonist / Dec. 7, 2017 Victoria’s Julie and Colin Angus have competition in their quest to be the first to build an autonomous vessel […]
The Times Colonist, Victoria’s newspaper, interviewed Julie and Colin Angus to discuss the Autonomous Atlantic Crossing and the article appeared on today’s front page. Read the article below or on their website. Mission: Cross the Atlantic, no humans aboard by RICHARD WATTS / Times Colonist / Dec. 6, 2017 Two Victoria adventurers are preparing to go where […]
BC Shipping News featured a news story on the museum exhibit and educational program developed by Maritime Museums of BC and the Atlantic for the Autonomous Boat Project. Read the article below or on their website. MARITIME MUSEUM OF BC AND MARITIME MUSEUM OF THE ATLANTIC ARE TEAMING UP WITH ANGUS ADVENTURES TO ATTEMPT […]
Global News hosted Julie and Colin Angus to discuss the Autonomous Atlantic Crossing. Watch the interview below or on their website.
Read the article online on the Martlet website or below. Row, row, row your boat gently across the Atlantic By Megan Warren November 2, 2017 When Julie and Colin Angus arrived in Costa Rica after 10 000 km and five months at sea, Julie became the first woman to cross the Atlantic in a rowboat. According to […]