Amyr Klink (born September 25, 1955 in São Paulo, Brazil) is an explorer and sailor. One of his projects, "Antarctica 360", was circumnavigating the Antarctic continent on his own, in 79 days in 1998.
His chronicles 100 Days Between Sea and Sky reports on how he crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 100 days on his own by rowing a small boat with his arms in 1984 from Africa to the state of Bahia in Brazil. The food portions in this trip were compacted into packages of lyophilized food, especially designed for him by a food processing company in Brazil.
Amyr was born to a Lebanese father and a Swedish mother. He moved to Paraty when he was two. Klink is a member of the Royal Geographic Society. He married Marina Bandeira in 1996 and has three daughters.