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In order to log a succesful find here, you'll have to be at sea, and have a binocular. There's a local ferry line, but the route has changed and it doesn't go close enough. So... you'll need a boat of your own.
You're required to get in the area close to the given coordinates, and look in the SE direction. Use a binocular and examine the slopes of a small island, log your visit here but DO NOT report what you saw.
To confirm your visit, report your findings to us.
We'll provide additional explanation if necessary, but only _after_ you report your visit.
[The coordinates can be taken quite loosely.] Gurer vf n erthyne sreel yvar sebz Inyovfxn (vfy. bs Xex) gb Ybcne (vfy. bs Eno) juvpu ZVTUG oevat lbh gb gur nern. (Gur sreel bcrengbe, naq gur ebhgr vgfrys unf punatrq nf bs fhzzre 2008, V pbhyqa'g purpx vg. Frr jjj.fcyvggbhef.ue)
Gur vfynaq gb rknzvar vf "Fi.Tethe" (Fg.Trbetr), naq gur bowrpg vf ABG gur gevnathyne nern bs n pvfgrea. Purpx gur uvyyf gb gur YRSG sebz gur gevnatyr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum