Fish Help Fyodor Konyukhov

03.04.2014

Tropical triggerfish help traveler Fyodor Konyukhov, who is now alone crossing the Pacific Ocean on "Turgoyak" rowboat. Since the beginning of the expedition on the 22nd of December 2013 his watercraft was stuck with shells. Fish eat them which makes Fyodor immensely grateful. Now the traveler came out of the waters of French Polynesia and "Turgoyak" is in 31 miles from the Autitaki atoll, Cook Islands.

Fish Help Fyodor Konyukhov

Since the beginning of the journey Konukhov travelled 5500 nautical miles (more than ten thousand kilometers). The boat is moving to the south slowly and purposefully. 2700 nautical miles are left until the end of the journey in Brisbane port, Australia. Fortunately, according to the traveler, it becomes cooler in the southern latitudes, while temperature at the equator reached 47 degrees in the wheelhouse.