Solo Kayak to Hawaii – Follow Cyril Derreumaux’s Pacific crossing day by day

Early morning on May 31st before sunrise, San-Francisco-based French adventurer Cyril Derreumaux kissed his girlfriend, waved his friends goodbye, started kayaking at Fort Baker’s fishing pier, crossed the Golden Gate, and embarked on a 2,400 nautical miles voyage across the mighty Pacific. The 44-year-old ocean kayaker is attempting to paddle alone and unattended the open stretch of Pacific waters all the way to Honolulu, Hawaii, an audacious undertaking that he has been preparing over the last three years and which has been achieved only once, in 1987. and our ocean paddling social media channel TotalPaddle are official media partners of Cyril’s Solo Kayak to Hawaii crossing and will bring you regular updates over a period of 60 to 70 days, the time estimated for Cyril to complete his crossing.

To follow Cyril’s adventure, go to:

Cyril Derreumaux’s LIVE Tracker map – Updated every hour !

-Use the + / – buttons and drag & drop the map to spot Cyril in the middle of the ocean!
– Click on the orange dots to see Cyril’s directed updates and post your supporting comments.

June 3rd, 2021 – Day 4

June 2nd, 2021 – Day 3

May 31st, 2021 – Departure Day

Livestream #1 by Maxence Derreumaux

1st Facebook Post

Screenshots from the LIVE Stream

About the Author

Mathieu Astier

Mathieu is the hyper-active founder of TotalSUP and a multilingual online marketing veteran with more than 20 years of experience working for top international internet companies. His love-at-first-sight for Stand Up Paddling in 2013 led him to build one of the leading online media dedicated to SUP in English and French and to turn his family lifestyle towards the ocean.

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