A 72-year-old French adventurer is on the Caribbean island of Martinique after successfully crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a barrel-shaped orange capsule, reports BBC News.
Jean-Jacques Savin set off on his journey in late December from El Hierro in Spain's Canary Islands.
He used ocean currents alone to propel the capsule across the Atlantic.
Mr Savin declared his trip a success on April 27th, when he entered the Caribbean after 122 days at sea.
The journey covered more than 4,500km (2,800 miles).
As Mr Savin explained in a Facebook post, a Dutch oil tanker initially picked him and the barrel up in Caribbean waters and delivered them to the tiny Dutch island of Sint Eustatius.
"It was an exhilarating voyage but also quite risky," Mr Savin said after arriving on Martinique.
The former military paratrooper spent more than four months in the barrel, which is 3m (9 feet) long and 2.10m wide.
The vessel includes a sleeping bunk, kitchen and storage, and has a porthole in the floor through which he was able to watch passing fish.