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Published on Apr 28, 2007
1000 days at sea! After years working on the project, Reid Stowe is finally weighing anchor and sailing away, and he's decided not to step back on firm ground again until 2010. The challenge is not so different, he says, from a space trip to Mars. Reid will set off on his 70 foot gaff-rigged Schooner Anne from North Hoboken, New Jersey, on April 21, hoping to remain for 1,000 days on the ocean, out of sight of land and without stopping or resupplying. Should he made it, he would break the current continuous sailing record of 657 days held by Australian Jon Sanders, who circumnavigated the globe three times from 1986 to 1988. The challenge seems ambitious enough for a solo sailor. But Reid won't be alone actually. At his side will be Soanya Ahmad, the Queens-born daughter of inmigrants from Guyana. She first knew of Reid's plans three years ago, while photographing the peers where the "Anne" is anchored. One year ago she moved to the boat. During the trip she will focus on photographing, videotaping, organizing, and inventorying as well as operating all of the computers and communications equipment. www.1000days.net, The Ocean - Ocean news and guide Prudenia presents - The Colors Project -the 2nd Year, is a weekly TV Show on Manhattan Neighborhood Network. A group of aliens return to the Earth after implanting Humanity on this Planet thousands of years ago. Now that Humanity has fruitfully spread across the Globe, they have decided it is time to reveal themselves and to instigate a Revolution of Global Awareness. The only problem is they have forgotten how to communicate with the Earthlings. A live cable access TV show is their attempt to regain global communication with the Earthlings since Humanity has come to favor television as its Forum. www.colorsproject.org