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This is my third picture in this series and the first from the second day of the storm (I always wanted to right a complicate sentence). I put all pictures of the series in my Travelogue where you can see all of them together with a full story.
The second day the storm intensified and the vessel started rocking very seriously. The mast on the bow is 15 metres high (without the attached antenna) and it is totally under the horizon.
But look at the ocean. It looks like a normal sea, there are no 50 or 70-metre Hollywood waves ready to sink the vessel with one strike. And yet, watch next pictures to see what happened.

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