Guinness World Records has confirmed that 370 visitors to the Southampton Boat Show successfully beat the world record for the largest human image of a boat
It’s official…a new world record was set at the 2016 Southampton Boat Show.
A total of 370 boat show goers came together on 24 September 2016 to break the world record for the largest human image of a boat.
And Guinness World Record has now confirmed that they were successful.
The previous record was 323 participants.
British Marine Boat Shows, which organises the Southampton Boat Show, had to send evidence and footage to Guinness World Records for it be officially verified as a new record.
Head of marketing, Michael Enser, said: “It is great to have this world record recognised and verified by Guinness World Records.
“Congratulations and thanks to all those visitors and exhibitors who participated in creating the ‘largest human image of a boat’ and are today officially record breakers,” he added.
There is just over 32 weeks until the start of the Southampton Boat Show 2017, which begins on 15 September.
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