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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

[Update] Pirates drive under ship's bow in Antarctic seas



[UPDATE 2009 01 07] YouTube removed original video. New link here.

As expected with disastrous results as terrorists intent on piracy in a carbon fibre chilly bin meets cold steel.

Looking at the wake, what I see is Ady Gil sped up, without changing course, attemting to cross the bow of the Jap ship underway at speed, failing to take any evasive action to avoid a collision at sea.

On the other hand the Jap ship veered hard-to-port to avoid the collision.

1-0 to Japs against pirates. Well done.

I fully agree with BBoy - the Antarctic oceans are not the place to arguing legalities. The Jap ship is going about its lawful business.

As commented over at Roarprawn.

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