Losing Sight of Shore is the extraordinary journey of four women known as the Coxless Crew that set out to row the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco to Australia unsupported. They will be the first team of four and the fastest team to ever accomplish this phenomenal feat. They are taking this incredible journey to not only challenge themselves but honor women that have fought and overcome adversity. As they row over 8,446 miles during their nine months at sea, they are raising money for the charities Breast Cancer Care and Walking with the Wounded. Their mantra is “We all have a Pacific to cross.”
Sarah Moshman is an Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker passionate about shining light on women's stories. Sarah's first feature-length doc The Empowerment Project has had grassroots success and impact all around the US. Sarah travels to schools, groups and organizations to screen the film and speak about gender equality and not being afraid to fail. To date, the film has been screened over 250 times in 30 states and 6 countries. Losing Sight of Shore is Sarah's second feature-length documentary and she is honored to be telling the incredible story of the Coxless Crew and continue to shine light on stories that empower women.