This book is dedicated to those who seek adventures and thirst to find their own path.
Fedor Konyukhov’s new book “The Power of Faith: 160 days and nights of solitude in the Pacific Ocean” is a collection of his daily journal entries that he wrote during his expedition across the Pacific Ocean on the 9 meters row boat Tourgoyak (K9).
Fedor Konyukhov’s new book “The Pacific Ocean” is the fourth in his children series. In this book the explorer talks about his solo rowing across the vastness of the Pacific Ocean, which despite its name is not easily pacified.
“My Expeditions” is written to inspire those who are drawn to seeing and experiencing the world for themselves. It is a thoroughly compiled collection of journal entries that the author religiously writes during his travels.
This book is about Fedor’s fourth circumnavigation. Sailing solo around the world is already a remarkable achievement, but add to it an 85 foot maxi-yacht and it becomes an undeniably bold and unprecedented challenge against nature and human abilities.
This book contains Fedor Konyukhov’s diaries that he wrote before and during the inaugural Antarctica Cup Ocean Race (ACOR) 2008. The ACOR is a non-stop race around Antarctica on the Antarctica Cup Racetrack, starting and finishing in Albany.
This book was prompted by the Modern University of the Humanities (MUH), the main sponsor of Fedor Konyukhov’s two solo circumnavigations: the “Around Alone 1998-1999” and “Vendee Globe 2000”.
During his expeditions be it sailing around the world; climbing the highest peaks on each continent; rowing across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; skiing to the North and South Poles; or exploring the ancient Silk Road on a camel, Fedor Konyukhov prolifically writes in his journals and creates art in the form of drawings, paintings and photography.
The author of this book is famous explorer Fedor Konyukhov who has reached the North Pole and South Pole solo, climbed the seven summits of the seven continents and circumnavigated the globe multiple times.
This is a children’s book about Russian naval admiral Fabian von Bellingshausen’s expedition which discovered Antarctica. A young reader will also learn what kind of special prize was granted to Fedor Konyukhov for sailing in the inaugural Antarctica Cup Ocean Race 2008.
In this book Fedor Konyukhov pays a tribute to the greatest Russian naval commander and admiral of the 18th century, Fedor Fedorovich Ushakov.
This book is a unique collection of Fedor Konyukhov’s first expeditions that earned him the title of a world famous explorer. It’s a delightful prose written in unrefined and earnest style of a man who is at last doing what he was born to do.
In the winter of 2000 Fedor and his wife Irina flew to Alaska where Fedor would train and then participate in the Iditarod. The book gives a detailed account of what goes into preparing for the world’s foremost dogsled race.
In the fall of 2002, a famous Russian explorer Fedor Konyukhov became the first Russian to row solo, non-stop and unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean.
The book contains personal diaries of Irina and Fedor Konyukhov. The first part of the book is written by Irina reflecting on what it takes to love and be loved by a man who is constantly driven to explore the world.
This book is about the very first Russian solo non-stop circumnavigation around the world on a sail boat. Fedor Konyukhov’s first sail boat carried an aboriginal name Karaana which means peaceful in the language of indigenous people of Australia.
While participating in the race “Vendee Globe – 2000” Fedor Konyukhov created dozens of drawings for the Dao De Jing book. It was one of his long-time goals as an artist to reflect on the wisdom and philosophy of Lao-Tzu’s writings.