"The Farley Mowat was an 180-foot all-black North Sea trawler that had been converted into, basically, a pirate ship," says Colorado adventure writer Peter Heller. "Its bow was ice-reinforced — ideal for ramming — and mounted with water cannons for defense. Then, four days out of Melbourne, Australia, two welders attached a seven-foot-long razor-sharp blade to the bow, which they called 'the can opener.' I think this is when I knew these guys... More >>>