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In July 2013, a 3 man team from the Royal Navy will undertake the 10,000 mile Mongol Rally in order to raise money for charity. Starting at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall and ending at Ulan Baator the capital city of Mongolia. Our vehicle of choice? A Nissan Micra.

Crossing rivers, ravines, mountain ranges, deserts and no less than fifteen national borders, the Mongol Rally is unforgiving, dangerous and unpredictable. And yes, we did say Nissan Micra.

The team are hoping that fundraising efforts will equate to “a pound per mile”. Resulting in over £10,000 being raised. The money we raise will go to our three chosen charities:  The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, Heel and Toe Childrens Charity and Operation Smile.

If you cannot afford to donate, it’s equally important to us to have your support. Please spread the word, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and mention us to all your friends and colleagues.

Want to get involved? Think you can help? We are actively seeking sponsors, fundraisers, kit donations, anything! If you think you or anyone you know may be of assistance we’d love to make you part of our support team.

Thank you again for visiting, it’s a long road we’ve embarked on (see what we did there) and we think we can reach our targets, but only with your help.


Our route.

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What’s the mongol rally?

Imagine you’re lost in a massive desert, hundreds of miles from civilisation, driving a car your granny would be embarrassed by. Then all of a sudden all your wheels fall off and the search for tools turns up a dirty sock and two dried apricots. That’s the Mongol Rally – 10,000 miles of pure adventure over mountains, deserts and some of the most remote terrain on the planet.

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