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What a mess! Lucky they didn't sink.


It really truly is amazing that they didn't sink. I once saw an insurance loss report that showed the estimated on how many shipping containers are lost at see each year and the numbers were very high.

Those that don't sink right away usually float at a dangerous level about a foot or two under the surface. On windless, waveless days when the ocean is a sheet of glass, there is no way to detect their presence. On snotty days with rough seas and poor visibility the same holds true. It's a lose/lose situation.
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