â€œAgain this is the USS Montana requesting that you immediately divert your course 15 degrees to the North to avoid a collision. Over.â€
â€œPlease divert your course 15 degrees to the south to avoid collision.â€
The American end of the conversation is now taken over by the shipâ€™s captain.
â€œThis is Captain Hancock. You will divert your course. Over.â€
â€œNegative captain. Iâ€™m not moving anything. Change your course. Over.â€
â€œSon. This is the USS Montana, the second largest vessel in the North Atlantic Fleet. You WILL change course fifteen degrees North or I will be forced to take measures to ensure the safety of this ship. Over!â€
â€œThis is a lighthouse mate. Itâ€™s your callâ€¦ Helloâ€¦ Captain?â€
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