A vessel fit for an Atlantic Crossing

Following up from our earlier blog entry announcing Anthony’s epic adventure at https://aussiegroup.co.uk/charity-atlantic-crossing/, we can now show you pictures of the transformation of the ‘Kitty Rouge’, from her barren early prototype days to the current state. Here’s how the nameless boat looked before:

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Now all christened, painted up, decals printed, safety rails added, equipment fitted and body polished! She’s as ready for her challenging voyage as she possibly can be, lets just hope her two crew are equally ready and seaworthy!

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Please visit www.pedaltheocean.co.uk to read more about the epic challenge being undertaken by Anthony Ward Thomas and James Ketchell, www.naomihouse.org.uk to find out more about the charity Anthony and James are backing, or http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com  to donate directly.
Your donation will help terminally and critically ill children in so many ways…

  •  £1918 pays for long respite weekend for a child.
  • £1000 pays for 50 hours of nursery care for a child
  • £500 pays for enough arts and crafts materials for 50 children
  • £285 pays for a hydrotherapy session for a child
  • £150 pays for one day of nursing care for a child
  • £62 pays for a multi-sensory session for a child
  • Or whatever you feel like giving! Every donation helps support those who need it most.