FILE - A Jan. 13, 2012 photo provided by Viktoria Rakonczay shows Hungarian architect and adventurer Gabor Rakonczay as he arrives from Lagos, Portugal, in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain. After ... more 
FILE - A Jan. 13, 2012 photo provided by Viktoria Rakonczay shows Hungarian architect and adventurer Gabor Rakonczay as he arrives from Lagos, Portugal, in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain. After 76 days, Gabor Rakonczay, isolated and incommunicado for nearly 50 of those after his canoe capsized, has become the first person to paddle across the Atlantic Ocean from Europe to the Caribbean. Rakonczay, who began his adventure in Lagos, Portugal, on Dec. 21, and stopped for several days in the Canary Islands for rest and supplies, reached the island of Antigua on Sunday March 25, he told The Associated Press in a phone interview from the Caribbean nation. (AP Photo/MTI, Courtesy of Viktoria Rakonczay) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By MTI, Courtesy of Viktoria Rakonczay
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