Australia’s eastern seaboard has some of the busiest sea lanes in the world, with hundreds of cargo ships, tankers and pleasure boats sailing through its waters at any one time. But in October 1998, when a 40-metre freighter took an unusual course towards Port Macquarie in northern New South Wales, the police were watching carefully.
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