Three brothers set multiple world records after rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean in only 35 days.
The siblings, Ewan, 27, Jamie, 26, and Lachlan MacLean, 21, called their team BOAR– a combination of the words brother and oar.
Hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland, the three lads are raising money for two charities: Children 1st and Feedback Madagascar. Their efforts have brought in well over $100,000 in donations.
In perhaps the most Scottish move of all time, the brother’s crossed the finish line playing the bagpipes, which they lugged with them the entire journey.
Well done lads, well done.
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