05 Nov '11, 4pm

Great article on the latest Sea Shepherd happenings...

Great article on the latest Sea Shepherd happenings...

In case you weren’t aware, the entire SSCS fleet (Steve Irwin, Bob Barker, and Brigitte Bardot) is closing in on Australia. For those interested, the Bob Barker will be available for public tours in Sydney on November 10th-12th. What about that rumored mysterious fourth ship? The need for the vessel was publicly expressed back in July as a means to cover Japan’s third harpoon ship. “We need one large vessel for each of the harpoon vessels. The Japanese tactic of tailing our two large ships to relay our position ahead to the factory ships works, but at the cost of sacrificing the whale killing activities of each harpoon vessel,” said Captain Locky MacLean. Nobody knows if that need has been filled – and the org has a knack for keeping things a surprise for the Japanese first (as they did with the introduction of the Bob Barker ). Hang tight – I’d say there’s a good chance w...

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