The renowned marine artist Gordon Frickers has produced a painting that captures the epic voyage made by Westcountry sailor and adventurer Pete Goss MBE in 2008-2009 in the 37-foot long wooden boat Spirit of Mystery.
PETE GOSS AND ANDY WARRENDER TAKE ON THE NORTH SEA ... BY KAYAK
Attempt to cross from Scotland to Norway by kayak unveiled the GORE-TEX Guillemot Challenge
GOSS COMPLETES KAYAK QUEST
Pete Goss and Andy Warrender have completed their epic 1500 km circumnavigation of Tasmania by sea kayak after 50 days of adventure, and a bit of sailing, in a trip which saw a variety of weather and a wealth of wildlife.
GOSS GOES OVERBOARD
Pete Goss and Andy Warrender have rounded the Southern Capes of Tasmania that mark the halfway point in their 1500 km circumnavigation of the Australian island state by sea kayak. Despite tough conditions that could have ended their voyage early, the paddling pair are continuing their voyage.
GOSS GETS UNDER WAY
It has been a bumpy start for Pete Goss and Andy Warrender as they set off yesterday (Saturday 29th December) to complete their circumnavigation of Tasmania by sea kayak.
Strong headwinds, heavy kayaks and a broken rudder combined with jet lag to make especially tough paddling for the pair as they made their way along the coast from their starting point at Devonport, Tasmania.