It is one of the most feared ocean, the North Atlantic. Mylène will cross the 2700 nautical miles (5000 km) that separate Gaspe, Quebec, to Les Sables d'Olonnes, France by rowing.
A hundred days will be necessary to achieve this feat during which she would face cold weather and waves of 12 meters. Winds blowing up to 100 km/h also will cross her path.
Visit her website for more information: http://www.mylenepaquette.com/
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