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...position, the two ships don’t have the room they will need unless the ship decides to ram the Bob Barker.
Now, this pending game of 'chicken' may have a new outcome. It's time to prepare for the final blow against Japanese whaling, once and for all!
To see what happens next, tune in Friday, August 12th at 9:00pm eastern.
Additional "Whale Wars" articles available:The Giant Enemy Pt. 1 Battle Stations Pt. 2 Battle Stations Pt. 1 Paul Watson Sends S.O.S. Enemy In Their Grasp Pt. 2 Enemy In Their Grasp Pt. 1 Race To Save Lives Pt. 2 Race To Save Lives Pt. 1 (more)
...are all shared onboard the Gojira and the Bob Barker.
“In that moment, leaving my family, coming down here from Wisconsin…it all made it worthwhile,” shares a member of the Sea Shepherd crew.
The captain of the Gojira puts in a call to the Steve Irwin and to Captain, Paul Watson. The Gojira shares how beautiful the sunset is as well as sharing this sunset with the Nisshin Maru in its sights.
“I love it when a plan comes together,” says Watson.
But what’s coming is anything but what they have planned.
Not too long after the Gojira and the... (more)
Captain Paul Watson must decide to follow the Nisshin Maru into the path of ice or go down around and hope the Japanese whaling ship and its crew don’t double back to continue whaling.
Watson decides he would rather go around and possibly lose them rather than possibly damaging the Steve Irwin vessel and losing the opportunity to stop their whaling for the entire whaling season.
After the helicopter pilot, Chris Aultman flies 5 trips – 9 hours flying during a 19-hour day, Aultman has to stop and rest. He is exhausted.
Captain Watson is now afraid that he has also... (more)
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Founder, Paul Watson is down to the wire and may lose their flagship, the Steve Irwin. Watson, made famous by Animal Planet's reality TV series, "Whale Wars" has been an animal rights activist for decades and was an original member of Greenpeace.
Today, he and an elite team of Sea Shepherds sail the oceans in their efforts to stop whaling and other endangered sea life, including bluefin tuna.
In an attempt to save the Steve Irwin, Watson has posted the following letter and video clip (click link in video box to left of article) asking... (more)
...to cripple the whaling season altogether.
Aultman radios in to say that he has found no sign of the whaling ship. He's headed back in to refuel his helicopter and himself. It's now 8:30 am. Aultman will need to refuel every two hours throughout the day's search.
Captain Paul Watson, Founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society knows it's all about patience. Soon enough he has to believe they will run across the Japanese whaling vessel.
It's about 6:00pm. After 12 hours, Aultman has covered the majority of the 200-mile search area with no sign of the... (more)
As they approach, it becomes clearer that it's a life raft of some sort. You can hear the tension mount as crew members are holding their breath wondering what they might find.
The life raft has been destroyed - ripped to shreds. As they finally approach the remains, the crew is concerned that they will find bodies. Finally, close enough to see what is left from the destroyed, black life raft, they only find the raft. No bodies are found. There may still be hope for the crew from the Beserk.
The Steve Irwin makes a call into the New Zealand Search and Rescue to give them... (more)
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