Offshore Expeditions
world leaders in extreme offshore cruising

Goodheart super boats Goodheart super boats
The Offshore Expeditions design and development programs have influenced the advancement of fast craft around the world. Using the team's skills and knowledge to the full, the next stage in the evolution of the new Goodheart range of super boats will take boat design into the 22nd century.

Global Circumnavigation Challenge Global Circumnavigation Challenge 2014
The next challenge for Offshore Expeditions is to design and build the fastest and most efficient wave-piercing powerboat to circumnavigate the globe for the much coveted UIM world record, representing the UK in the world's first ever round the world powerboat race.

Around and Around Around and Around 2010
As Lively Lady sailed around the world it rapidly became clear the project had the potential to involve and benefit a far greater number of young adults. So, working with sponsors, supporters and the young adults from The Lively Lady Project, Offshore Expeditions set up a new long term project: 'Around and Around'.

The Raymarine Lively Lady Project The Raymarine Lively Lady Project 2006
In 1967 Sir Alec Rose sailed Lively Lady around the world single handed. Alan Priddy followed in the footsteps of his childhood role model, taking Lively Lady around the world again; this time with an ever changing crew of disadvantaged young adults.

Soltron Atlantic Challenge Soltron Atlantic Challenge 2003
The Soltron Atlantic Challenge in July 2003 saw the Offshore Expeditions team successfully make the crossing from St. John's, Newfoundland to Cape Wrath in Scotland in under 120 hours.

Around the world 2002 Around the world 2002
In 2002, Offshore Expeditions undertook an ambitious attempt to set a new record for the fastest circumnavigation of the world by sea. Thwarted at every turn, it was an incredible adventure despite not ultimately taking the record!

Round Britain RIB Rally Round Britain RIB Rally 1999
The first open event run by Offshore Expeditions saw a fleet of over 20 RIBs successfully circumnavigate Britain in just 8 days!

London-Monaco London-Monaco 1998
Once again, Alan Priddy and his crew have achieved what they set out to do. Not satisfied with conquering the Atlantic, they declared that they would attempt to make the passage from Tower Bridge in london to the pier head at Monte carlo in less than 100 hours.

Atlantic Challenge Atlantic Challenge 1997
As Alan says "It was back in 1995 that I had the idea to cross the Atlantic via the Arctic Circle, at which time everyone that had heard about it either said we were mad or it was going to be a stunt." Well, they did it!

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