This is the Press Centre for the Old Pulteney Row to the Pole.
On Friday 29th July 2011 the Old Pulteney Row to the Pole expedition crew set off from Resolute Bay in Canada to undertake their never attempted before voyage into the unknown.
During the expedition:
• All crew members are available for interviews via satellite phone.
• High resolution photos and broadcast quality video are
available on request.
British attempt unveiled to conquer one of the last true global firsts
Thursday April 15th 2010.
Expedition launch press release
Atlantic-and-Arctic adventurer, Jock Wishart, discusses the Old Pulteney Row to the Pole expedition with The Big Issue. Download the article below.
The Big Issue interview
Arctic adventurer sets off this weekend for voyage into the unknown
British attempt unveiled to conquer one of the last true global firsts...
Old Pulteney Row to the Pole launched
Crew Member Wanted In an Attempt on one of the Last Great World Firsts. Old Pulteney Launch Global Search for Record Breaking Arctic Explorer
Pole Position launch
World’s First ‘Ice Boat’ Unveiled Ahead of Record Breaking Arctic Adventure
Ice boat unveiled
There’s no turning back as pioneering arctic rowers christen their vessel
The boat christening
Old Pulteney Salutes You!
UK Army Officer Turns Arctic Adventurer After Spirited Global Competition Win
Pole Position winner
Daily Mirror coverage
Daily Mail coverage
Explorers set off in attempt to become first men to row to the North Pole
Explorers begin attempt to row to the North Pole
Jock Wishart and Crew make history as the World's first Oarsmen to row to the Magnetic North Pole*
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