US to sink ghost ship dislodged by Ja...

US to sink ghost ship dislodged by Japan tsunami

There are 3 comments on the SavannahNow story from Apr 5, 2012, titled US to sink ghost ship dislodged by Japan tsunami. In it, SavannahNow reports that:

In a photo provided by the U.S. Coast Guard the unmanned Japanese fishing vessel Ryou-un Maru dirfts northwest in the Gulf of Alaska approximately 164 miles southwest of Baranof Island Wednesday April 4, 2012.

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Robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Apr 5, 2012
So is the ship radioactive or not, if it is not I could use the 2000 gallons of diesel, that will run my truck for a long time.
Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#2 Apr 5, 2012
So, does no one know who OWNS this ship?

They know the name (Ryou-Un Maru).

They know it is from Japan.

They'd rather destroy a perfectly good ship, along with 2,000 gallons of fuel than to allow the owner to claim it and bring it home??

Surely that boat is someone's source of income??(or maybe insurance paid out for the loss and he has a new one??)

Seems a waste of resources to just BLOW IT UP.
bailout my duck

Rolling Meadows, IL

#3 Apr 5, 2012
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