Some more information:
Keith’s rowing boat is also on board the Fujisuka, the Japanese cargo boat which rescued him. The boat has sustained some damage, the extent of which has yet to be determined.
Keith has received some medical treatment on board the vessel and is doing well.
He is not expected on land (Bunbury) until later in the week.
He will be updating his blog soon, but in the meantime would like to sincerely thank everyone involved in his rescue.
Again, any media queries can be directed to me, Emily, on +353 86 385 6225 or via moc.rerutnevdadekanehtnull@ylime
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In 2011 I am aiming to become the first Irish person to row solo across the Indian Ocean. Although this challenge is vastly different from everyday life for me, I believe I have the determination and sheer single mindedness to achieve my goal of becoming the first Irish person to row across the Indian Ocean, not only that but I will also be the first Irish person to attempt it solo. My other interests include snow boarding, playing guitar (badly), drama, flying and generally keeping fit.
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