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A confident Peter Hammarstedt takes the reigns as campaign leader and Captions Language: English Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: January 2, obey orders, rookie campaign leader Peter Hammarstedt finds himself struggling to Alex Cornelissen, Lockhart Maclean, Fiona McCuaig, Amber Paarman, Chad. Mar 15, Cook Zin Rain from Australia and 2nd Cook Amber Paarman from South Africa. Special recognition goes to 2nd Officer Peter Hammarstedt for being the Because of the various time and date differences, they had to be. Oct 2, Cornelissen and First Officer Peter Hammarstedt after depositing the full with Hammarstedt smiling and holding partner Amber Paarman of.
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However, no sooner does the ship leave port than the ship's Gyro breaks,and they hit a massive storm the size of Australia TV Subtitles and Closed Captions Language: The Flexibility of Steel A huge weather system moves in and the Steve Irwin is forced to take shelter behind a large iceberg.
By morning, they are surrounded by ice so thick they can no longer move. The ice begins to push against the aging ship's fragile hull, denting it inwards.
As they weigh whether or not to head back to port, they come across the entire Japanese fleet searching for one of their crewmembers that has fallen overboard. Yum Yum, Eat Crow The Sea Shepherds have come across the entire Japanese fleet searching for one of their crewmembers that fell overboard. Paul orders his crew to stand down, and they agonize over being so close to their target, yet unable to attack. The Unintimidatbles The Steve Irwin is quarantined in Hobart and the crew anxiously waits to find out if they have been exposed to Anthrax.
Finally they get the all clear and 1st mate Peter Brown wastes no time leaving the ship after having quit the campaign.
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With a Hook Surrounded by the Japanese whaling fleet, the Sea Shepherds ready themselves for their biggest day of battle to date on the campaign. Without a personal connection to the Sea Shepherds, their message would lose focus. One interesting figure is Second Mate Peter Hammarstedt, a young, serious guy who's committed to their cause.
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Unlike the more grizzled characters, he seems well-liked while acting as the Captain's mouthpiece to the crew. His girlfriend Amber is also on board the ship, which probably helps to explain his calm demeanor.
Hammarstedt does not appear to be a guy just looking for an adventure, a description that may fit other crew members. On the Sea Shepherds' website, Watson makes a clear and pivotal statement about his aims: However, Watson is also a man who knows how to play the game.
His choices are often made to make a point in the eyes of the world. There's no real tactical advantage to this choice, and it's done entirely for PR reasons. Zodiac failures doom this venture, leading to a major injury to Shannon Mann, one of the crew's most likable figures. A co-founder of Greenpeace, Watson left the organization in to participate in more direct actions. The grizzled, bearded visage makes the year-old an imposing figure, and his methods are serious.
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Even when he's off-screen, Watson's presence looms over each action and drives the fight against the whalers. At a minimum, they should have included an interview with Watson and more production details.Introducing Captain Peter Hammarstedt
Additional background on this supercharged issue would have been worthwhile, too. Instead, there's nothing here beyond full-color menus to distinguish this package.
Whale Wars is tricky to dismiss because I strongly agree with the Sea Shepherds' goal to eliminate illegal whaling. Even when their actions cross the line, it's hard not to admire the daring crew's bravery. The downside is the actual production, which meanders through mundane activities and focuses too much on mechanical issues.
There's also way too much repetitive narration and obvious interviews. A better approach would have been to focus more on the personalities of some participants. Much of the personal material involves bickering, particularly with many people disliking First Mate Peter Brown. There are some gripping moments, highlighted by the Steve Irwin's direct battles with the Nisshin Maru in the season finale.