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The sailing crew had been setting out from the port of Łeba in Poland on a sea cruise when they spotted the exhausted animal floundering in the water.
VIDEO: Given its proximity to a sunken German ship named Nettlebeck, local history enthusiasts are now speculating that the wreck may be a relic from WWII’s Operation Hannibal.
The 40-year-old Spaniard signed a contract with international award-winning company Sunreef Yachts to build a 60ft electric catamaran that utilises all the latest in green technologies.
Starting in October 2021 from the coastal city of Gdynia, sailing instructor and pet shop owner Marcin Klimczak intends to complete his epic round journey in 280-300 days, or the equivalent of 10 months, in his 9-metre-long boat made of wood.
Titled the Feel Harmony, the boutique investment will consist of 72 rooms spread across three barges and will include a whisky bar, café, restaurant, spa and water-facing terraces.
The six adorable kittens were discovered tangled up in netting after the three-man crew had set off from Kołobrzeg.
The 17-metre-long, 5-metre-wide ’Father Bogusław’ saw it’s ‘technical launch’ on the Żerański Kanał Monday, after being transported from the Kamilinian Social Welfare Mission in Warsaw.
Polish Waters (Wody Polskie), a state water management authority, has begun marking a water trail that will take boating enthusiasts through 150 kilometres of the Great Mazury Lakes.
Identified by specialist divers as a U-649, the U-boat was a training sub and was assigned to the 5th training flotilla in Kiel, which trained crews in theory, practice with weapons and tactics, including hunting in ‘wolfpack’ formation.