Anorak | The Last Moments Of The Ady Gil: An Ocean Safety Video

The Last Moments Of The Ady Gil: An Ocean Safety Video

by | 9th, January 2010

Crewman in “Jet Pilot” gear later seen blowing kisses: [noticing the flag flown by fellow Sea Shepherd vessel the Bob Barker] “It’s the Norwegian flag! I love it.”

[General chatter]

Captain Kiwi: [instructing Crewman Kissyface] “We’ve got to save our fuel could you just reach in [to the cockpit] and tell him to stop now.”

Crewman Kissyface: [waves to the Bob Barker]

Captain Kiwi: “See you later, guys! Give ‘em heaps!”

Crewman Kissyface: [blows kiss]

Captain Kiwi: [pointing ahead] “Not that far away, the Nisshin Maru. I reckon that’s only like five or six miles eh …”

Crewman Kissyface: “Yeah, we slowed them down for sure. They were zig-zagging the whole time.”

Captain Kiwi: “Well team, f***** good effort guys. [High fives!] It’s been a good day. Pity we haven’t got a couple of thousand litres more fuel …”

Unidentified crewman: “Sure you don’t want to [unclear] one more?”

[General happy chatter]

Captain Kiwi: “It’s been a massive day. Massive.”


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