Solo sailor ends three years at sea


After 1,152 days meandering the world's oceans on a 70-foot schooner he built himself, American sailor and artist Reid Stowe to sailed Thursday into New York Harbor and claimed the record for the longest sea voyage in history - eclipsing a century-old record by almost three months.

"I was never lonely once in the whole voyage," Stowe told reporters. "Being alone in the wildness and beauty of nature is an enlightening experience."

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