Coast Guard's $227M Ships Rock 'Like Crazy,' Making Crews Seasick, Unable to Work
Canada's $227-million fleet of mid-shore coast guard vessels are rolling "like crazy" at sea, making crews seasick and keeping some ships in port during weather conditions where they should be able to operate, CBC News has learned.
Canadian Coast Guard records and correspondence obtained under federal access to information legislation raise questions about the patrol vessels' seagoing capability and reveal a two-year debate — still unresolved — on how to address the problem.
At issue is the lack of stabilizer fins...
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