ADAK, Alaska (NBC/RTV) - British adventurer Sarah Outen arrived in Adak, Alaska, after completing her solitary trip across the Pacific Ocean by rowboat from Japan.
In pictures released on Outen's website, which cannot be independently verified, Outen is seen arriving in Adak on Monday and being greeted by people congratulating her on her journey.
This was Outen's second attempt to cross the Pacific.
She first attempted to make the trek last year, but her trip was cut short after 26 days at sea when her boat was irreparably damaged in a tropical storm.
For her second attempt, Outen got a new boat -- which was fitted with several improvements to prevent any repeats of the problems she faced the first time.
Outen's trans-Pacific row comes as part of her London2London project, in which she hopes to travel 11,000 miles around the world solely under human power.
She already holds a Guinness World Record for her solo row across the Indian Ocean in 2009.
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