Adventurer Chris Bertish makes history and helps SA children

South African adventurer Chris Bertish, made history on Thursday when he completed the Sup Crossing and became the first man to successfully cross the Atlantic Ocean.

Chris Featherby, Chief Executive Officer at Carrick Wealth, says Bertish did 2 500 million strokes over 93 days in windy and rough conditions.

Bertish stroked into Antigua’s English Harbour to complete a historic crossing that has covered an unbelievable 4050 miles.

What Chrish Bertish has achieved for the last 93 days is absolutely phenomenal.

Chris Featherby, Chief Executive Officer at Carrick Wealth

Featherby says he decided to partner with Bertish because of his incredible passion for what he does, sharing a similar goal in giving back to children of South Africa and being part of this incredible journey that he embarked on.

He is an incredible human being and its a privilege to be associated with him

Chris Featherby, Chief Executive Officer at Carrick Wealth

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