No, because you can't accelerate to the speed of light, it is mathematically impossible.

Whatever your acceleration is, the faster you get according to inertial observers, the more you dilate your own perception of space and time. Another way to say this is that if you think (measure) you are accelerating at a constant rate, everyone else will think your acceleration is reducing over time, and your velocity would be asymptotic to the speed of light but unable to reach it in a finite time. From your perspective, you would experience the inertial force of constant acceleration, but all the external landmarks you pass would appear to be much closer together than you (naively) expected. It's like your acceleration is going into shrinking distance rather than increasing your speed.

The only way to travel at light speed is to be massless, like a photon. Then, the instant you exist you are moving at the speed of light with no acceleration.