A teenager in the UK has become the youngest person to start singing alone in the oceans around the world.
Lukas Haitzmann – The Wild Oarsman – As part of the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge, he aimed for 3,000 miles (4,800 km) from the Canary Islands to the English Harbor in Antigua.
Windsor (18), who arrived in Antigua on Saturday, became the youngest child of a sea soloist, who has more than two world records and his father is from Austria. Atlantic.
He was also the fastest solo paddler in the 2018 challenge and finished in 59 days, 8 hours and 22 minutes.
Most young people leaving school last summer decided that they wanted to go to college, what they could get, or where they would travel, but Lucas decided it was a serious challenge.
Growing up in coordination and voyage, he decided to expel college for a year across the Atlantic.
His dyslexia was tested to raise enough money to buy everything from a specially-crafted sea jet boat and food to sunbathing.
He said to Sky News: "Honestly, raising funds was harder than training. I have already adapted to rowing the past five years.
"I really challenge myself and I want to think it's important. When I first told her, my silence did not impress, but I eventually convinced her.
"I did not realize that I would be the youngest person to cross the beach until I began to decipher.
"It was not why I did it, but it helped push me along that procession."
Many people in the Atlantic Challenge are lonely and lonely, but Lucas said he felt peaceful.
After about 5 hours of drifting his boat in the middle of the night and sleeping for two hours during lunch time, he was able to regain energy in the heat of the day.
"I did not really tell myself, I had more to say, and my music came out a month later, so it was a bit difficult in the second half.
"After 10 days, it was the hardest for the water exchanger to break down, so I switched to drinking water using a manual pump, but at last I was able to solve it."
For almost two months in the sea, Lucas said he saw a whale swim under the dolphin he swam and his boat, and he saw the turtle and fish.
"I had a stormy petal, a kind of bird, and it was so good to follow me for a while, he did not talk well, but he kept me company!
"I thought I could see more, but there did not seem to be wild animals every day, which is very sluggish.
"I have seen a lot of pollution. The things that have been there for a long time were terrible.
"I have made it really honorable because I have been in the sea for a long time. I need to be wise about you without disturbing the surroundings."
Teens hope that their achievements will help inspire other young people to push what they want.
"I'm just a normal kid, I'm not a Superman, I'm really challenged, it really was a way to push myself," he added.
"I want you to show that you can do more than you think, regardless of your age. If you do not succeed, it is not a problem.
Lukas, who has not been in the terra firm for a long time, wants to use his time in Antigua to tell his family in Antigua that he wants to go back to England and go to college.
"Uni, we want to get an education, and being in the sea really has allowed us to learn more because we did not know what the fish was or why the cloud was.
"I wanted to miss that I could not always get a cell phone, but I really liked it because I made the ocean so grateful."