The Bering Strait Expedition

The Bering Strait is a 56 mile stretch of water separating North America from Russia. The International Dateline runs down the center of the Bering Strait. This remote part of the planet is characterized by high winds and crazy ocean currents which makes this mission extremely dangerous. In July 2011 three adventurers have the goal to cross the Bering Strait by kiteboard and set a world record!

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Bering Strait Expedition

Bering Strait Expedition

FOLLOW YOUR CONVICTIONS

„Follow Your Convictions“ demonstrates Maurice Lacroix’s commitment to following its own visions. The Maurice Lacroix Bering Strait Expedition is part of that commitment and should serve as a role model for making dreams come true.

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The “Maurice Lacroix Bering Strait Expedition” team leaded by the Swiss Geza Scholtz tried last year for the first time to cross the Bering Strait from Alaska to Russia by kiteboard. Due to extremely heavy weather conditions the kiters had to call off the expedition. This year the kiters will have a second attempt. With all their experience from the first try the team is confident to reach their goal.