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It was followed by a distress call saying the boat was disabled in high seas and 115 mph winds, near Vieques, an island off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico.
Bidding farewell to wife Clare (Amy Loughton) in late October, Crowhurst sails his innovative triple-hulled yacht Teignouth Electron onto the high seas.
The draft would authorize the 192 other U.N. member states to stop these ships on the high seas to check their cargo without their consent.
But as climate change worsens, and thus brings even more rain and higher seas, will mere adaptation plans be enough to protect lives and property?
Fishing was good before the big seas rolled in and tough while the high seas prevailed.
There's an alternative that could be less expensive while providing some of the same perks and benefits: life on the high seas.
Amphibious operations originating on the high seas were a far more difficult matter than crossing borders, or in the case of Italy, crossing from Sicily onto the mainland.
The Great Pirate Rescue Try to visualize puppy dogs operating a pirate ship on the high seas.
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First Known Use of high sea
before 12th century
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