Four Yorkshiremen, known as team Row4Victory, have finished fifth in their 3000 mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean after nearly 40 days at sea.
They rowed around the clock every day since they set sail around the world on 12th December with 27 teams from from La Gomera in the Canary Islands.
The aim behind the challenge was to raise money for military charities Soldier On! and the Royal British Legion.
Row4Victory reached the finish line - Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua - at 03:32 GMT (23:32 local time).
The team consists of four friends from North Yorkshire: Duncan Roy, former Royal Engineer from Ingleby Arncliffe; Fraser Mowlem, serving Chief Technician in the Royal Air Force from Linton-On-Ouse; Glyn Sadler, former Royal Marine from Borrowby and Will Quarmby, a landscape gardener from Ripon.