Longest non-stop ocean voyage by a raft
Raft Transpacific Expedition
136 day(s)
United States (Guam)
During the Raft Transpacific Expedition the raft Nord, captained by Andrew Urbanczyk (USA), sailed from Half Moon Bay, California, USA, to the US-owned Pacific island of Guam, a straight-line distance of 5,110 nautical miles (9,463 km or 5,880 miles), in 136 days from 26 August 2002 to 28 January 2003. The raft was built of seven sequoia redwood logs and measured 12 x 15 m (39 x 49 ft). The total distance covered was 6,750 nautical miles (12,501 km or 7,767 miles).