Sarah Hébert decided to abandon her challenge to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a windsurfing board. She started her journey on the 22nd of February in Dakar, Senegal and the plan was to be 4000km and 25 days later on the island of Guadeloupe.
But Sarah was confronted with many difficulties, like 3 to 5 meter swell during night and day, stronger winds than expected and a difficult direction of wind, which would have doubled her way. During the last days Sarah was forced to make a break already, because she felt extremely dizzy, tired and weak. In the end the power did not came back and she and her team have decided to abandon the project and give health the priority. But, hats off to Sarah Hebert, who took a lot of risk.

 

Sarah Hebert Atlantic Crossing

Sarah Hebert Atlantic Crossing

 

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