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The Futurist Anti-Whaling Vessel Moves Fast to Save Whales

 - Nov 10, 2009
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When you are taking on a fleet of Japanese whaling ships, you need something that is just as technologically advanced and it has to look like a superhero’s ride (as you are the good guy). This futuristic anti-whaling vessel will keep the good guys on top.

Bought by the Sea Shepard Conservation Society, the ‘Ady Gill,’ as it is named, is set to sail from Australia. The futuristic anti-whaling vessel, which can reach speeds of up to 50 knots, is coated with radar-absorbing paint, so the Japanese ships won’t see it coming.