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Old 12-03-2021, 16:31   #106
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Re: Can a 30-40 foot cruiser reach speeds of 18 knots w/ engine?

Originally Posted by Muaddib1116 View Post
I think the confusion is that Cape Horn is the bottom tip of South America, a good distance from Yemen. I'm guessing you meant the Cape of Good Hope, perhaps mentally mixing it up with the Horn of Africa, which is next to the Gulf of Aden.
Yeah my brain somehow mixes both of those up no matter what I do. Sorry about that my mistake.

My point was you can hire paramilitaries, keep automatic weapons on board, go in a flotilla at full speed with full light discipline and the risk is still there. The risks in South Africa are weather, current and a lot of container ships.
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