Here is the question :
WHAT IS THE LONGEST ROUTE YOU CAN SAIL IN A STRAIGHT LINE WITHOUT HITTING LAND?
Here is the option for the question :
- Scotland to the Bering Strait
- Karachi, Pakistan to the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
- Delaware, U.S. to Algiers, Algeria
- Tierra del Fuego, Argentina to South Island, New Zealand
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC001187] The distance of roughly 20,000 miles that must be sailed in a straight line in order to circumnavigate the earth without coming into contact with any land. It is a voyage of 19,940 miles that begins on the coast of Pakistan and continues interrupted all the way to the rugged regions of the Russian subarctic. Are you curious about giving it a shot? From the Indus River Delta, which is located just outside of Karachi, Pakistan, set sail across the Arabian Sea, and then make your way through the palm-lined waterway that separates Africa and Madagascar. After that, you will sail around South Africa until you come close to the continent of Antarctica. Following the arc of the Earth’s surface upwards takes you all the way up the coasts of South America and North America until you reach the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, which is located just past the Aleutian islands in Alaska. Surprisingly, no one has even attempted to finish the trek up to this point in time.