The yachtthat carried veteran Chris Fleet and two others across the Atlantic.
An Army veteran has completed a two-month crossing of the Atlantic Ocean to raise money for a forces charity.
Former serviceman Chris Fleet was part of a crew that has raised £1,100 for Turn To Starboard by making the more than 4,300-nautical mile journey, along with two crew members on a yacht named 'The Black Dragonfly'.
He began the sail from Florida's Key West in the United States and arrived at Brighton in the UK.
Chris said he was inspired to run up a sail by his friend, Jan, who had previously journeyed by boat from his native Norway to Panama.
The two-month journey would have taken far less time, had the crew not been forced to dock in the Bahamas and wait for Hurricane Chris to pass.
Chris says the crew got on well together: "There were only three of us on-board, Jan from Norway, Michael from Canada and myself.
"We all got along like a house on fire, we had a healthy respect for one another and trusted each other’s abilities.
“If I had to choose something that I disliked it would have to be the one leak that soaked my bunk every time we were on a port tack. I named him Larry, he was my nemesis."
Now back in Britain, Chris says he hopes to keep sailing: “I want to cruise the Caribbean island chain at a far more leisurely pace.
"The main thing I would want for any future trip is more time, more time to deal with the unexpected, more time to enjoy the places you end up and more time to ease the weight of deadline from our minds.”