RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "It chills the blood. It is a real tide of rusty iron that advances compactly. They are not only fishing vessels but also tankers and refrigerated cargo ships that provide the necessary logistic support for these vessels to operate continuously without returning to port".
The comment belongs to one of those responsible for controlling the sea at the eastern mouth of the Strait of Magellan, who tells Infobae about the work being carried out by the Argentine Navy at this time.
The Strait that connects the Pacific with the Atlantic registers a peak of the maritime . . .