Non-profit organisation providing water to Africa.
+45 53 83 95 00 [email protected]

Crew

Jákup Jacobsen, Jógvan Clementsen, Niclas Olsen, Isaac Giesen

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Crew

The following 6 people are currently on-board the boat: 

Alex Dumbrava, Romanian, Handball player and Judoka
Edmund Berg, Faroe Islands, Electrician
Jákup Jacobsen, Faroe Islands, Project Manager
Jógvan Clementsen, Faroe Islands, Carpenter
Niclas Olsen, Faroe Islands, Carpenter
Isaac Giesen, New Zealand, Surf Lifeguard

Sponsors

Row For Water and the crew are always looking for companies, establishments, and social influencers to help us shed light on the water shortage in Africa. Together we can reach much broader audience, and our combined efforts are certain to help the thousands of people in need.

Charity

The Row For Water non-profit charity accepts donations and passes the funds onwards to other charities, with whom our interests are aligned. This means, that the funds are given to other organisations, which will allow them to construct water wells and water stations by using the funds we have collected to help thousands in need.

How is my donation helping?

Every single donation has the potential to help thousands of people. We have set out to build water wells and water stations in collaboration with other charities in the African region. The result is that the money is spent as efficiently as possible, and therefore has a greater impact on our cause.

The estimated price for a water well is around 3350 Eur, 25.000 DKK or 4200 USD.
However, this varies greatly from region to region, due to the fact that the depth of the wells varies, in addition to the fact that the ground and materials are different.

Route 1 - Portugal to Cuba

Attempting world record and also the very first Voyage to Cuba!
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Route 2 - Cuba to Miami

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Route 3 - Miami to Hawaii

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Route 4 - Hawaii to Australia

This route is still under review, and might change in our next roadmap.

Route 5 - Australia to Mozambique

This route is still under review, and might change in our next roadmap.

Boat specifications

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Tracking system

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Dolor Sem Ultricies Tortor Ipsum

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