- Jacob Adoram
- 335 days 22 hours 30 minutes day(s):hour(s):minute(s)
- Australia ()
The longest non-stop time spent rowing solo across an ocean is 335 days 22 hours 30 minutes which was the time it took Jacob Adoram (USA) to row the Pacific E-W, who departed from Neah Bay, WA, USA on 7th July 2018 and arrived into Trinity Beach, Queensland, Australia on 8th June 2019 in his boat Emerson.
Note: The record was previously held by Erden Eruc (Turkey) who spent 312 days rowing the Pacific East to West between Bodega Bay and Papua New Guinea in 2007 and 2008 in his boat Around-n-Over.