This is where you can find our repository of news articles pertaining to Dom Mee and his expeditions.
Breaking news will be reported here first but will eventually be archived according to the expedition to which it relates. Those news stories not connected with any particular expedition will most likely remain on this page.
If you are looking for a particular story or specific information about Dom and can't find it, please don't hesitate to contact us (see the sidebar for details)
And don't forget the blog!
- 30 Aug 2008
- New-look website unveiled
Just in time to coincide with his CNN Headline News appearance, Dom’s site gets a brand new look.
The revamp was once again designed and built by Rick Lecoat at Shark Attack and we have plans to convert the site soon to a dynamic, blog-based format, which should make it easier to find archived articles and news stories. Watch this space.
- 29 Aug 2008
- 30th/31st August: Dom talks to CNN Headline News "News To Me"
After the phenomenal response to the ‘lost’ footage recovered from Little Murka that we casually put up on YouTube, Eric Lanford from CNN Headline News asked Dom to talk to the news network about his incredible, life-threatening experience in the North Atlantic. Not to be missed.
Air time: 7.30pm, 9.30pm 12.30am & 5.30am EST.
- Spring, 2007
- Dramatic lost KiteQuest footage recovered and available to view online!
When Little Murka was savaged by the worst hurricanes in recent memory, thereby putting a premature end to KiteQuest 200, the waterproof camera that recorded Dom's video diary entries from the stricken vessel was considered lost. However, when the apparently unsinkable Little Murka was washed up on the shores of Ireland the camera – incredibly – was found to be intact.
Now you can see for yourself the last recordings from that incredible voyage.
We originally put the video up on YouTube, but we've linked to it here for reasons of convenience.
Note: contains some strong language. Requires Flash.
- 23 Feb 2007
- They think it’s all over…
In 1969, John Fairfax became the first man to row the Atlantic from east to west; he took 180 days.
Since then 167 teams have attempted to row the Atlantic, east to west.
The British Ocean Rowing team is only the third team to achieve this amazing feat in under 40 days. What is even more incredible is that three of the four man team have never rowed an ocean before or anything like it.
For news stories related to previous expeditions, then, please choose from the following:
Dom Mee's blog
Don't forget that Dom has a blog! Currently hosted separately, but soon to be merged with this web site so that you'll be able to keep up with Dom's exploits from one, single, convenient location on the web. Keep your eyes peeled for that exciting development, but for now…