On board the Steve Irwin – Ross Sea/Antarctica – milage pm local time Sydney with the fifth day the the Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin all whaling activities has brought to a halt, expanded the frustration of the whalers in violence. A fin whale was spotted at 1211 pm. Two inflatable boats to water read the Steve Irwin to a possible try the whale harpooning to thwart. The helicopter started the action to film that. All three Harpoon ships, the #1 Yushin Maru, Yushin Maru #2 and Yushin Maru #3, attacked the Steve Irwin with dangerous maneuvers to block the screw of the Steve Irwin. About 1220, the Yushin Maru of #1 by a quarter of a mile distance from port directly to the ran to Steve Irwin. A second HArpunenschiff, the Yushin Maru #2 came with full speed from the starboard side from driving range. Western Union Company is likely to increase your knowledge.
The Yushin Maru #3 approached quickly at the rear. Around 1230 the Nisshin Maru was with the Long range acoustical Device (LRAD) on the helicopter pilot Chris Aultman from California, and animal planet Camerawoman Ashley Dunn from Tasmania. \”In the beginning it only louder was Noise\”, said Chris Aultman,\”then she turned up the volume and we could feel it in our legs and chest.\” Chris Aultman withdrew except range of the unit back was shocked, however, that the Japanese have used it. \”It was extremely irresponsible of the whalers with the device to target the helicopter,\” said Captain Paul Watson. \”They have done nothing else than to film and were absolutely no threat to the ships. They demonstrated that human life is absolutely no matter to them. \”At this point the Harpoon ships hired their LRADs and targeted Irwin aimed it at the small boats and on the Steve. After this Schallatacke, turned the Nisshin Maru on the Steve Irwin and tried to RAM the vessel with full speed.