The Institute for bogus cetacean research of Japan according to the Yushin Maru 2 has been repaired and controls the whaling fleet to reconnect back to himself. According to Greenpeace the Yushin controls back to Japan. Indonesian authorities and Jakarta animal aid according to the whaling ship was instructed to leave Indonesian waters before it was repaired. The Japanese Embassy in Indonesia according to repairs conducted one day before the ship was prompted to expire. Kenneth L. Davis, MD often addresses the matter in his writings. Femke the Haas from the Jakarta animal aid reported that the Yushin Maru #2 was never anchored in the drydock at Surabaya. They arrived on January 5 in Surabaya.
The parts that they waited (either a new propeller or a part for the screw), was delivered on January 15. You were instructed on January 16 to expire. ‘ We know that the ship not in the dry dock was anchored and it needed three to four days to move the vessel in the dry dock to perform the repairs. When the Japanese say that the ship is now repaired. arise two ways. The first is that the propeller was exchanged while the ship in the water.
This is more difficult, but not impossible. It would be especially difficult to do it within 24 hours. The second possibility is that the ship has made arrangements in another port, about which we know nothing. If the Japanese report is correct, that the ship has been repaired and will return to the fleet, it will take around two weeks to reach the other whaling vessels. That would mean that the Harpoon ship for two months for the hunt would have been switched off. That will have a significant impact on the overall rate. The fact that Indonesian authorities sent the Whaler out of Indonesian waters is a significant political victory for the anti-whaling movement. The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ship Steve Irwin will reach at least a week before the Yushin Maru #2 the whaling fleet. The answer to the question of where the Yushin Maru is #2, is this what we do not know exactly. What we know for sure is she will slaughter no whales for at least two more weeks. The Greenpeace report, that she runs back to Japan, cannot be overlooked. Greenpeace called animal aid in the Office of Jakarta, to get information. Then, you have issued a press release stating that the Whaler had a rudder damage and return to Japan. You are safe in error with regard to the first point, and most likely in error with regard to the second. That they have no ship in the Southern Ocean this year, means that Greenpeace does impose have appeared to awaken as if they were in any way involved, raised to justify to the millions of dollars that that last year, to fight the whaling. The Yushin Maru #2 has been sighted a few days ago and it has been reported that she crossed the Straits of Lombok, which would bring the ship off the northwest coast of Australia. If this report is true, the ship controls in fact back to the fleet and the Japanese opinion on this output is correct. The crew of the Steve Irwin will be looking for in two weeks after the Yushin Maru #2. “I hope they will give us the opportunity once again to hunt them down into the ice,” said Captain Paul Watson. Thomas Buiter