Masters of the Universe Take Heed

Last year, Leven Brown, a Scottish stockbroker with Edinburgh-based Bell Lawrie rowed solo 5,000 miles across the Atlantic in five months. Now the 34-year-old descendent of Christopher Columbus, and recent father, is going to cross the pond again on a windsurfboard. He will sleep on the board, into which he's carved a niche, and plans to boil seawater and eat dehydrated food.

Last year, Leven Brown, a Scottish stockbroker with Edinburgh-based Bell Lawrie rowed solo 5,000 miles across the Atlantic in five months. Now the 34-year-old descendent of Christopher Columbus, and recent father, is going to cross the pond again — on a windsurfboard. He will sleep on the board, into which he's carved a niche, and plans to boil seawater and eat dehydrated food.

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