One Woman's Solo Row Across The Atlantic
With just her physical and mental strength to survive, 46-year-old Michelle Lee is attempting what few in the world ever would.
Will her 7.7 metre rowboat withstand the treacherous North Atlantic ocean? Will she withstand the solitude?
Live the adrenaline as she takes on the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge - 5,000 kilometres from La Gomera to Antigua.
Logie-nominated journalist Leisa Goddard asks the questions you wish you could, to try to understand the mindset of a middle-aged woman out to prove that if you think you can, you will.
Hear from Michelle’s friends, family, oceanographers, boating experts, psychologists, and other professionals who have equipped the boat and prepared Michelle to face the deadly ocean.
Many say she's crazy. You decide.
Come with us as we track Michelle's progress and along the way, hear from Michelle from onboard her rowboat, and check in with Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge race officials.
It's an enthralling and exhilarating insight that takes you to the heart of the Atlantic Ocean.
Back on Dry Land
After more than 68 days at sea, Michelle Lee has made it to English Harbour in Antigua becoming the first Australian woman to cross any ocean solo in a rowboat. She talks us through the ups and downs of her record breaking journey, including all all about day 46 - the day she realised the race had become a survival challenge.
Mini episode: Friends and Family
With Michelle Lee expected to spend another month at sea, we thought we'd check in with her nearest and dearest, to see why they think she'll complete this tremendous challenge.
We hear from Atlantic Challenge record holders and speak to an oceanographer to learn more about the conditions Michelle is facing at sea.
Mini episode: Michelle Calls
First recorded phone call from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean as Michelle passes the halfway mark.
Designated Person Ashore
Tony Roberts is Michelle's eyes and ears on land. He's the one she calls for weather advice, tactical tips and moral support.
Michelle Lee is taking on the world's toughest ocean race and attempting to become Australia's first woman to row solo across an ocean. We speak to her about what makes her tick and why she's spending three months at sea, alone in a rowboat.