Yep - Rokas Milevicius, Gerd-Jan Poortman, Jens Dolmer, Andrew Cape, Louis Balcaen, Pablo Arrarte, Javier de la Plaza, Adam Minoprio, Laurent Pagès, Dirk de Ridder, Timo Hagoort.
Led by Bouwe Bekking, the Team Brunel crew raced at full-speed around the planet, covering over 40,000 miles as they grabbed second place in the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race.
And now, you can watch this new take on their story - 'Where Boys Become Men' - as the official movie will be released on November 27, 2015.
"I actually really hate watching, reading or listening to myself!" says Rokas. "I always actively try and avoid it. Hopefully, this movie will be different!"
So how did it feel to be tracked by cameras 24/7 - not just by Onboard Reporter Stefan Coppers on the boat, but by the film crew onshore?
"It was pretty cool actually - they are incredibly nice guys," he smiles. "That helps a lot, because it's not the most exciting thing to do when it's actually happening, but since we liked the guys it was way easier and more fun."
And, according to Rokas, it's a weird feeling moving on from such an intense race, and then seeing so many memories come flooding back in one 76 minute epic.
So what are his next plans, I enquire. Is he planning on putting his name in the hat for the next James Bond?
"I'm not sure about that," he laughs. "My next plans are the same as always - sailing, and trying to make the world a better place."