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Paddleboarders to Cross the Gulf Stream

By Florida Sportsman Newswire

Miami Watermen Attempt First Ever Crossing of Gulf Stream on Stand-up Paddleboards. Bimini-Miami Blue Water Challenge to Raise Awareness for Surfrider’s Rise Above Plastics

In the early hours of Saturday morning, June 9th, watermen Bill Whiddon and Thaddeus Foote will push off from the docks of the historic Big Game Club in Bimini launching the first ever attempt to stand-up paddle (SUP) across the Gulf Stream to Miami– a grueling 17-hour, 48 mile non-stop adventure.

Armed only with a board, a paddle and their wits, the paddle boarders will endure one of the earth’s most powerful oceanic currents, exposure to shifting weather conditions, extreme isolation, and all risks of open ocean navigation in order to reach their destination.

The cause behind the “Bimini to Miami Blue Water Challenge” is to raise awareness for Surfrider Foundation’s Rise Above Plastics campaign to reduce plastics in the ocean. The athletes, weather permitting, will depart Bimini Saturday and continuously paddle from 3:30 am to approximately 5:30 pm

Read more on the Florida Sportsman’s website.