4 people, 2 double sea-kayaks and an exited support team left Land’s End at 13:00 on Saturday 17th May and after 34 hours of non-stop paddling and over 200kms the team stepped on to a Pembrokeshire beach.
This is only first leg of a huge challenge, but the first leg is a record breaker itself. The Beeline Team became the first people to kayak from Land’s End to Pembrokeshire completing the longest open sea kayak journey in the UK.
About the Expedition
A simple concept, but phenomenally difficult to pull off, the Beeline Britain Expedition team have taken an iconic route, and turned it into a whole new challenge. Land's End to John O'Groats with a twist - no twists or turns at all! The straight line route can be seen on the map below, and will take the kayaking, cycling and walking through some of the UK's most beautiful, and challenging locations.