Chris Bertish approaching English Harbour, Antigua on the morning of March 9.
After extreme conditioning training, Bertish's journey began in Agadir, Morocco on December 6 2016.
Bertish spots a ship on December 22 in the middle of the Atlantic.
The cabin of Bertish's custom-made paddle board was packed with navigation equipment and supplies for the 93-day crossing.
The intrepid watersports enthusiast saw in the New Year with a dram of whiskey, recording the solo celebration in his captain's log.
With an onboard camera and internet, Bertish has kept in contact with the outside world, and even took part in a live interview with SUP magazine.
While at sea Bertish had to perform essential maintenance on the vessel, including clearing the underside of the board -- all the while watching out for sharks.
Bertish is also known as a big wave surfer who has competed all over the world.
Bertish's 93-day crossing solo, unaided and unassisted is a world-first and another record for the pro.