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Man SUPs from San Francisco to Hawaii in 76 Days

Antonio De La Rosa, a 50 year old Spaniard, left the San Francisco Harbor on June 9th to start the 2,900 mile journey across the Pacific with the goal of making it to Hawaii. After 76 days of unsupported standup travel in a custom 1,200lb watercraft equipped with cabins and navigation, De La Rosa became the first person to ever standup paddle across the Pacific Ocean. Check it Out!

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