The words of the Bing Crosby classic “Galway Bay” define the transatlantic trip that two friends are taking from New York’s Hudson River to Ireland’s Galway Bay.
Damien Browne and Fergus Farrell have known each other for 11 years and played rugby together. They are both from Galway, Ireland, and decided to make the grueling 3,000-mile journey across the Atlantic in a rowboat, to help raise money for four dif- ferent charities.
Browne and Farrell had been training for the arduous voyage before…
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