Made it! And here’s the video to prove it…

On Friday 13th September 2013 at 8.30am, the Channel Four set out from Corpach near Fort William on the west coast of Scotland, and at exactly 5.30pm on Saturday 14th September, they left the sea lock on the east coast at Clachnaharry in Inverness for the final mile across the Beauly Firth to the slipway at North Kessock.  In less than two days, they covered 60 miles in their boat, the Cul Mor, rowing right across Scotland, the entire length of the Great Glen, including the full 22 miles of Loch Ness itself.

They picked up a few dozen blisters along the way as well as some pretty sore backs and bums, but it was well worth it with more than £4,000 raised for Marie Curie Cancer Care already and more sponsorship still coming in.

A massive thank you for all those who have donated and particularly to Suze, our cox, and Joe our driver who got us through.  This is how it happened…

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