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If you’re sailing south on the east coast of Argentina, the port side will give you a view of the squid fleet. Look for the glow of a city on the eastern horizon, where there isn’t any land.

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On 1/30/2022 at 2:17 AM, kaisatsu said:

If you’re sailing south on the east coast of Argentina, the port side will give you a view of the squid fleet. Look for the glow of a city on the eastern horizon, where there isn’t any land.

so, you're saying one should be on the "ocean facing side", not the "land facing side"?   I would have guessed the opposite.

 

Thanks,

Mary

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On 4/6/2022 at 4:41 PM, Mary loves to travel said:

so, you're saying one should be on the "ocean facing side", not the "land facing side"?   I would have guessed the opposite.

 

Thanks,

Mary


Ships typically sail too far offshore to have land in sight, so you might as well enjoy the seaward spectacle. Especially since the lights can be seen from such an astonishingly long distance.

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