New Guinness World Record : MOST PEOPLE IN A FLOATING CHAIN
Portland set a World Record!
Friday, July 5, 2013 Portland beat the previously held Guinness Book of World Records for "Most People in a Floating Line" by connecting 620 people on the banks of the Willamette River in Downtown Portland.
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PS the photographer Mike Franz is AWESOME - since the time we completed the event he put in about 12 hours work getting this out quickly. Quite extraordinary. Giga Pan will also be providing photography for The Big Float when Human Access Project will get 2,000+ people on the Willamette River July 28th. More info below or at www.thebigfloat.com
Sign up for The Big Float Sunday July 28, 2013
We're setting sail again! Register NOW
The Big Float 3
WHEN: Sunday, July 28, 2013 (9am on site registration, after party starts noon-ish)
WHAT: THE Portland, inner-tube, summer kick off, celebration benefiting the not for profit organization Human Access Project.
Beach party here we comeThis year, instead of crossing the Willamette River, we’ll float downstream. We launch from Marquam Beach (same as last year) and take out at the Tom McCall Bowl – on the west bank of the river just south of the Hawthorne Bridge.
New TBF 3 features for 2013
-Expedited entrance into the water with new Coast Guard agreement (significantly improved).
The Big Float is open to all ages. All floaters must wear a life jacket. It's a safe voyage, not a race. Join the flotilla and attend the grandest pool party Portland has ever seen!
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