Dave and Hazel McCabe set off on their 14,000 mile odyssey after getting married in the UK in 2005.
Plain sailing: Dave and Hazel McCabe, pictured with two-year-old daughter Katie, have just returned after a four-year honeymoon sailing around the world
Their journey on a renovated trawler saw them sail around the coast of Europe and North Africa, before crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean.
Two years into their honeymoon, Hazel fell pregnant and she flew back to the UK from the island of St Martin to give birth.
After Katie was born, Hazel resumed the trip up the U.S. coast to New York, with their new crew member in tow.
Paradise: The McCabes' boat, Ros Ailither, seen at sunset moored off St Lucia
Mrs McCabe, 37, said: 'Katie is a really active little girl and it was wonderful to have her on board.
They had to navigate several storms during the voyage, including a hurricane off the coast of North Africa.
Love boat: The McCabes' refurbished trawler which took them on their 14,000 mile journey by Africa, the Caribbean and North America
Mr McCabe, 42, said: 'One of the most wonderful things was being alone in the mid-Atlantic for days and then suddenly being surrounded by dolphins.
'It's been a marvellous experience but it's nice to be home, particularly to see old friends.'
The couple now plan to set up a boat building business at their home in Topsham, Devon.
Spectacular: A pod of dolphins swims alongside the McCabes' trawler off the coast of Gibraltar
Statuesque: The family sail around the Statue of Liberty at New York, before heading home to England after 4 years at sea