43 Days, 21 Hours, 26 Minutes and 48 Seconds
They battled 40ft waves, capsizes and food poisoning on their epic 43-day voyage.
On Saturday, a British-led team of rowers smashed a 114-year world record for rowing across the north Atlantic from New York to the Scilly Isles.
The exhausted mariners did enjoy a few advantages over their pioneering predecessors, who completed their 1896 journey in 55 days.
While the previous record holders, Norwegian fishermen George Harbo and Frank Samuelsen, struggled in an oak-built boat, the new record-holders were commanding a vessel made from the toughest materials and packed with sophisticated safety equipment.
The new record time was set at 43 days, 21 hours, 26 minutes and 48 seconds.
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