43 days, 21 hours, 26 minutes and 48 second...that's how long it took four British men to row across the the North Atlantic.
11 days...that's how much faster the new boat took to go from New York to the Isles of Scilly just off the southwest English mainland.
1896...that's when the old North Atlantic crossing record was set by Norwegian fishermen George Harbo and Frank Samuelsen.
"The Artemis North Atlantic Rowing Challenge team also included Ray Carroll, 33, from Galway in Ireland, Don Lennox, 41, from Glasgow, and Livar Nysted, 39, from the Faroe Island."
"This is one of the most amazing days ever. We are so happy to be here," said 37-year-old British skipper Leven Brown, from Edinburgh.
"It has been a really tough trip and we have had a huge amount to contend with. Every bit of technology that we had seemed to break -- in the end it came down to four men and four oars.
"We now need to shower, eat and sleep," he said after reaching St. Mary's harbour.