He once believed that someone was watching him. He studied water closely.
“Then I saw it: a huge head, which was coming out of the sea,” he said Told In 2014 Canoe and Kayak magazine. “The whale swims here, and there, around my kayak. Its 20-meter-long tail was waving. And then, suddenly, the whale went down and disappeared into the sea.”
Alexander Ludwick Doba was born on 9, 1946 in Swarajs, Poland. His father, Vincent, was a mechanic. His mother, Eugenia (Ilejna) Doba, was a housewife.
He did ice skating on the ponds and skiing through the jungles. His father built him a bicycle from scrap parts, and when he was 15 years old, he drove it across the country.
In the early 1970s, Mr. Doba graduated from Poznan University of Technology, where he studied mechanical engineering. She married Gabriella Stucca in 1975, and they settled in a city called the police, where she got a job in a chemical plant. In 1980, his co-workers asked him if he wanted to join his kayaking club, and soon he was spending all his weekends on the water.
Kayaking on the Baltic Sea in the early stages was participated when the Communist Party declared it illegal to discourage defectors. When Mr. Doba faced the Border Patrol troops, they told him that he was in serious violation of the law.
“I was just swinging in the river below,” he said Explained. “I don’t know how I ended up here.”
Mr. Doba kept on chasing the adventure. He discovered countless Polish rivers, and he Store it Records and First In 2010 he began seriously planning to cross the Atlantic, and he designed an unimaginable kayak that had a gold locker to sleep in and a cabin. In October, he traveled from Senegal to Brazil in 99 days.