It's already been more than a year since heartbreaking tsunami in Japan, but a ship which was swept out to sea remains afloat and has been seen by Canadian air patrol. There was clearly no one aboard the squid-fishing ship when the tsunami washed it into the Pacific, and now the empty "ghost ship" is drifting within range of other vessels. While an expert doubted anyone would ever try to tow the ship due to the amount of the expense, there might be some appreciation for so sea-worthy a vessel. It will most probably get to land one way or another: The ship and 20 million tons of other debris are plotting an inexorable course toward North American shores.


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