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Jason and friend Sher Dhillon from India pedaled Moksha nearly 2,000 nautical miles from Mumbai across the Arabian Sea to Djibouti in NE Africa. The crossing took 46 days.

Early in the voyage they suffered a damaged rudder from colliding with the wreckage of an unmarked sunken ship outside Mumbai harbour. A third of the way through they almost ran out of water after all their desalinator pumps failed - a passing ship provided enough resupply for them to keep going. Then entering the Gulf of Aden adverse currents and winds nearly pushed them onto notorious island of Suqutra, off the Horn of Africa; one of the worst places in the world for pirate attacks. Outside the Port of Aden they also had a near colliision with a container ship.

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