Ocean Rowing Boat Trilogy – For Sale

Ocean Rowing Boat Trilogy – For Sale

Built in 2010, Trilogy is a carbon fibre Woodvale 4 and has three successful Atlantic crossings to her name (hopefully four by the time we come to sell her) with the potential for many more. She’s an immensely sturdy and well built craft.

Generously proportioned at 29′ x 7′ she has three rowing positions and will comfortably accommodate a crew of four, including kit and food, or five at a pinch.

Trilogy was extensively refurbished by Justin Adkin prior to her 2018 crossing, and will be visiting him again before we set off in 2021 to ensure that the electrics are in great condition.

In particular, the power management system has been upgraded to make best use of the solar panels. In 2018 this led to ample power being available to run all essential systems, personal items and luxuries on board without any concerns about draining the batteries.

Other upgrades in 2021 include; All deck hatches replaced, new autohelm, new life raft, new para-anchor, new rudder, new dagger board and new batteries to name a few.

As well as top quality electrics, Trilogy comes with an enormous range of kit, which makes her 90% crossing ready.

A full kit list is below.

Trilogy has kept four crews safe across the oceans. She’s a wonderful boat and she will do her new owner proud.

Kit List

All fixed electrics, nav and comms equipment including Raymarine VHF,
Garmin GPS, AIS, SeaMe, AD510-1 rugged sat phone antenna (and spare
antenna fitted).
Batteries and control panel.
Schenker Smart 30 water maker fully serviced by Mactra Marine complete
with spares
Katadyn Survivor 30 handheld watermaker serviced by Mactra Marine,
unused since and with spares
Raymarine ST2000+ autohelm plus spare.
Handheld GPS
Handheld VHF
EPIRB serviced until 2025
4 new Fast Find 220 PLBs serviced until 2025 and a fifth serviced until 2026
4 life jackets with spares
4 survival suits
All ropes, anchor and drogues
Three pairs of X3 Ocean oars
Three very sturdy seats and decent quantity of running gear spares,
wheels, gates, fastenings etc
Safety lines and jack stays new for 2021 race
Full grab bag contents incl. Cat C medical kit
90% medical kit
Will be antifouled just prior to start of 2021 crossing
PVC mattresses for cabins
Rudder and dagger board – new for 2021 crossing
Deck lights
Push button ignition jet boil and gimbal mount.
Laser flare and strobe
Road trailer fully serviced in 2020
Once purchased, a familiarisation day with a crew member to go through
all of the kit and equipment on board is available on water or dry land.
Any work required: At present, none, although we would expect there to
be some post crossing wear and tear.

Price: £28,000 ono
Stored at: Hartlepool/Durham
Contact: Tom Riley –
Images of boat: Attached.


British soldier more than 75 days into world-first Atlantic row

British soldier more than 75 days into world-first Atlantic row

Jack Jarvis and Budgie

British soldier, Jack Jarvis, is currently attempting something no one has ever done before – rowing solo, unsupported, from mainland Europe to mainland North America, all in an attempt to raise money for the incredible charity, brainstrust

The whole journey is around 4,500 nautical miles meaning Jack, who departed from Portugal on Friday 3rd December, will be at sea, alone, for around 120 days, rowing an average of roughly 50 miles every single day!

Jack’s reason for doing this unbelievable challenge is in memory of his grandfather, who passed away in 2007 from a brain tumour, so understandably Jack now wants to raise as much awareness as he can for this awful illness, which effects so many people and families worldwide. He’s already raised more than £30,000 and has received shout outs from the likes of David Beckham, Gary Neville and Sir Steve Redgrave.

Jack, a member of 59 commando, said: ‘To think I’m now more than 75 days into the row is crazy and I’m very aware there’s still so much work to do if I want to achieve this world record.

‘There’s been ups and downs and these are of course largely weather dependent. I once spent four days in parachute anchor which was incredibly testing but I looked on the bright side and used it as an opportunity to catch up with everyone from back home. My military training has definitely played a huge part in getting me this fair, particularly with my mental resilience. 

‘I’m also looking a lot different to when I left, I’ve no doubt shed a few pounds and I’ve currently got a Tom Hanks in Cast Away look going on, which is only right as I brought along my good friend, Wilson!

‘It’s now all about keeping my focus and making sure I make it to the finish line in good time and make my family, friends and the British Army, proud.’

Will Jones, CEO of brainstrust, added: ‘All of us in the brain tumour community are cheering Jack on. This is a herculean transatlantic record attempt. His incredible spirit, endurance and tenacity are inspiring us all. Jack has seen first-hand the impact of a brain tumour diagnosis on his family and we are grateful that he has chosen to use his record attempt to improve the experience of others. He is raising awareness of the isolation, fear and confusion that go hand-in-hand with a diagnosis, and also raising vital funds for brainstrust’s mission to help more people every day, on top of the thousands we reach every year. Jack, thank you.’

For more information about Jack’s challenge and to donate now, please visit: