Sailing a Superboat Across the Atlantic in Record Time
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, American ships do not enter ports to avoid contamination of crew members
US missile destroyer has set the record for the duration of the stay of a military surface ship at sea, according to the US Navy.
As of September 26, the destroyer “Stout” was at sea for 208 days. The ship spent almost seven months in the Middle East and North Africa, which are in the area of responsibility of the US Fifth Fleet..
The previous record of 207 days was set earlier this year by US warships Eisenhower and San Jacinto..
COVID-19 pandemic forces navy to cancel port visits to prevent seafarers from contracting while onshore.
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