Episode One – now live

For those who are interested in taking a look at some of the video from my trip, my first episode of crossing the South China Sea is now live:

I’ll be editing the rest of the trip in the days and weeks ahead so feel free to subscribe to my new Youtube Channel if you want to know when they’re uploaded.

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  1. Wow Rory, I’m late to your adventure – somehow I missed it when you set off in May, but then again I wasn’t on Fb much back then. I just watched Episode 1- Crossing South China Sea. Insane!! What an amazing and impressive thing you have done. I look forward to seeing another video.

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Rory Hunter


Entrepreneur. Chief Executive Officer, Song Saa Collective. Pioneers of sustainable development in South-East Asia. The collective includes Song Saa Resorts and Song Saa Private Island in Cambodia’s Koh Rong Archipelago. 2006, co-established the Koh Ouen Marine Reserve, Cambodia’s first-ever marine protected area. The reserve has since expanded to 400 square kilometres and has gained the support of Monaco’s Prince Albert II. 2013, founded the Song Saa Foundation, an independent NGO dedicated to preserving Koh Rong’s underwater sanctuaries, providing alternative means of livelihood for its residents and bringing much-needed healthcare and education to the region. Speaker at international conferences, including the G20 Summit in Brisbane in 2014. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. Member of the prestigious Young Presidents Organisation. Former advertising executive and worked for multinational firms including Saatchi and Saatchi. Graduate, Harvard Business School; studied sustainability and resilience, Stanford University: Global Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School; BEcon, Sydney University. Completed the Coast to Coast in 2015, one of the world’s toughest endurance races, set in New Zealand, in 17 hours; offshore sailor, downhill skier, long-distance runner and proud dad of two boys.