Two parachute regiment veterans who are hoping to become the oldest pair to row across the Atlantic have tested their boat out on the water for the first time.
Peter Ketley and Neil Young were in Burnham on Crouch in Essex, where their boat Pegasus was built.
The slight problem is until last year they'd never rowed before and neither have any nautical experience! They will have a combined age of 123 years old and if they succeed, will set a world record as the oldest pair to row across the Atlantic.
Under their ironic team name, 'Grandads of the Atlantic', the pair have entered the 2018 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge in December, which will see around 25 teams row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic from La Gomera (Canary Islands) to Antigua.
Peter and Neil will be alone at sea for approximately 50 days. They'll row for 24 hours a day in two-hour shifts and survive using freeze-dried ration packs and a desalinating water maker.
They're hoping to raise money for three charities close to their heart- Royal British Legion, Dreams Come True, Support Our Paras.
News of the Grandad's incredible endeavour is starting to spread. They recently received a message of support from five-times Olympic gold medallist, Sir Steve Redgrave.
For more information head to their website.