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A monument commemorates Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov who completed the longest solo man-powered voyage of all time.  Fedor Konyukhov came ashore on the Sunshine Coast following his epic 16,800-kilometre, five-month journey from Valparaiso in Chile in 2014. 

The solo row, from Chile to Australia, capped off a lifetime of adventures for his country's most well-known adventurer. He has twice climbed Mount Everest, sailed around the world four times and walked to the north and south poles. He also held the record for rowing across the Atlantic - in just 47 days - and has climbed the highest summits on every continent in the world.


Address:Parkyn Parade, Beach Access Point 194, Pirate Ship Park , Mooloolaba, 4557
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -26.683951
Long: 153.130883
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event Start Date:21-December-2013
Actual Event End Date:31-May-2014


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 13th May, 2015
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Fedor Konyukhov 

Pacific Ocean
9,400 Nautical Miles

Mooloolaba, Australia
31 May 2014 

Concon, Chile
22 December 2013

Fedor Konyukhov arrived here on the Sunshine Coast after completing the longest, solo, man powered voyage in history.

Plaque :

Unveiled by
Mayor Mark Jamieson
Fedor Konyukhov 
13 May 2015

Sunshine Coast



Source: MA
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au
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