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Extreme Windsurf crossing 400km

Extreme Windsurf crossing 400km

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Pacific Ocean to Atlantic Ocean during 9 Days!

Name: Diogo Guerreiro and Levi Lenz
Info: Windsurfing from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean thru the Magellan Strait with all their sensitive gear packed in our bags.
Where: Magellan Strait, Chile
Distance: 400km/250mi/215NM during 9 Days
Expedition Bags used: PRO DRYBAG 45L & PRO DRYBAG 100L
Video: ©DeepBlueFilms. ©Diogo Guerreiro. ©Levi Lenz.

If you would like to take part of an extreme adventure in the future just let us know as our team rider and adventurer Diogo Guerreiro (in the movie that has 2 Guiness World Records) has just launched a new company Red Wolf experience for people wanting to be part of an extreme adventure but with all the safety in place to make it an unforgettable memory.

For more info on the bags used during this expedition check out the 2.0 version of our award-winning PRO DRYBAG 45L & PRO DRYBAG 100L that will be launched in 2019.

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