Lloyd’s adventures started from a young age, when, at the age of two, he found himself on the wrong side of a crocodile enclosure in the Far East. Since that time, he has travelled extensively to more than 80 countries, including leading over 30 expeditions to the far-flung corners of the world. Lloyd is qualified as a Mountain Leader and Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (W-EMT), as well as holding qualifications in Sea Survival, Off Site Safety Management and Surviving Hostile Environments.
Effective risk management has been a hallmark of Lloyd’s expeditions and despite operating in some of the world’s most remote and dangerous environments, he has always placed the safety of his teams as his highest priority.
In 2012, he and his rowing partner completed a 3,200 mile row across the Atlantic Ocean in a 23ft plywood boat. In doing so they encountered pirates, sharks and 50ft waves and became the first pair ever to row non-stop and unsupported from Morocco to Barbados.
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