Abandoned shipwreck used as slackline over Atlantic Ocean

WALK ON WATER SLACKLINE

These imaginative daredevils have taken slacklines to the next level – by attaching one to a SHIPWRECK.

Brave Wojciech Dopierala, from Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, and pals enjoy slacklining in unusual and imaginative locations, and eyed up the shipwreck of Telamon, just off Lanzarote, as their ideal location.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS - Hector Garcia, age 29, Tenerife walks across a sackline attached to a shipwreck in Las Caletas, Lanzarote.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS – Hector Garcia, age 29, Tenerife walks across a sackline attached to a shipwreck in Las Caletas, Lanzarote.

The fearless trio took on the challenge last month.

Wojciech, 27, along with Ruben Perez, 25, and Hector Garcia, 29, battled high winds during the adrenaline-fuelled stunt – but thankfully no one was harmed.

Wojciech said: “We had great time there, the shipwreck is absolutely amazing and a very interesting place.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS - Ruben Perez, age 25, Currently living in Lanzarote hangs from a sackline attached to a shipwreck in Las Caletas, Lanzarote.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS – Ruben Perez, age 25, Currently living in Lanzarote hangs from a sackline attached to a shipwreck in Las Caletas, Lanzarote.

“We have already over two years of experience in rigging all type of slacklines, from trickalines to higlines, and thanks to Ruben – who did necessary research – we found anchor points without problem and rigged the line very quickly.

“It was perfect warm and sunny day but the only problem was the wind.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS - These imaginative daredevils have taken slacklines to the next level.

PIC BY WOJCIECH DOPIERALA/CATERS NEWS – These imaginative daredevils have taken slacklines to the next level.

“It was strong and gusty, making the walking quite complicated.

“Walking on slacklines is just one part of our passion.

“For us, it’s more important to set the line in beautiful and interesting places and be as creative as we can.”