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Author Topic: The Bermuda Triangle?  (Read 985 times)

Offline myteaquinn

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The Bermuda Triangle?
« on: December 29, 2019, 0021 UTC »
2019-12-29 00:12:19> ZCZC BA01
2019-12-29 00:12:20> BERMUDA RADIO
2019-12-29 00:12:23> 010119 0001Z
2019-12-29 00:12:30> DUE TO THE DANGER OF STRANDING ON THE REEFS FRINGING
2019-12-29 00:12:38> BERMUDA AND FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, THE
2019-12-29 00:12:45>  INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANISATION (I.M.O) HAS
2019-12-29 00:12:53> ESTABLISHED AN AREA TO BE AVOIDED AROUND THE BERMUDA
2019-12-29 00:13:02> ISLANDS. THE AREA TO BE AVOIDED APPLIES TO ALL VESSELS
2019-12-29 00:13:11> CARRYING OIL OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, AND ALL OTHER VESSELS
2019-12-29 00:13:19> EXCEEDING 1000GRT WHETHER OR NOT BOUND FOR BERMUDA PORTS.
2019-12-29 00:13:27>  VESSELS NOT CALLING AT BERMUDA ARE ADVISED TO KEEP A
2019-12-29 00:13:32> MINIMUM OF 30 MILES DISTANT.
2019-12-29 00:13:32>
2019-12-29 00:13:32>
2019-12-29 00:13:33> NNNN
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Re: The Bermuda Triangle?
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2019, 0035 UTC »
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Re: The Bermuda Triangle?
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2019, 1524 UTC »
"Elvis needs boats. He's sailing Elvis. Commodore Elvis..."

Bermuda was nothing but a big military base from WWI to the fall of the Soviet Union. Now that the people of the island have control of it again, they don't want what's left of the reef system destroyed by gargantuan cruise ships and oil tankers. Divers and tourist bring the money in, they can afford to fly.