Keeping a lonely vigil

The close cooperation between ship and aircrew allowed the operations to proceed even though they were at the limit of feasibility due to the sea state

There can be few Aids to Navigation (AtoN) as remotely located as the three Rigwatcher units marking the decommissioned Frigg Field on the UK/Norwegian median in the North Sea.

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