The swimming instructor from North Yorkshire arrived on Saturday after 70 days in Antigua in the Caribbean, as the organization Atlantic Campaigns announced.
The re’s nothing like getting away from it all – social media, bad news, literally everything,” she said.
Awake two hours, sleep two hours
According to the BBC, the crossing was not without difficulties. Just two days before the goal, Harrison capsized once and injured her elbow. During her unaccompanied crossing, she lived according to an unusual rhythm: she slept for two hours and then stayed awake for two hours.
When asked what she looked forward to most when she got back on land, Harrison said, “Food, definitely food,” according to the BBC.
The 70-year-old Frank Rothwell from Oldham, England, recently made the same crossing – making him the oldest rower to have crossed the Atlantic unaccompanied.
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