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This is a 50-year-old Soviet-message in a bottle washes up in Alaska

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To post a message in a bottle thrown into the ocean by the former Soviet union, and a ship of 50 years ago has washed up on a remote Alaskan island.

The bottle was found by Tyler Ivanoff, in the vicinity of Shishmaref, on the Island of Sarichef. He told me about it on Facebook on Aug. 5. “There are no friends who are Russian translators on here?” he asked.

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One commenter explained that the message is coming from the Sulak, is a Soviet-era ship from the Russian port of Vladivostok.

Message in a bottle thrown into the sea by the former Soviet union, and a ship of 50 years ago.
(Tyler Ivanoff)

“Warm greetings from the crew of the boat, Sulak, and the Far-East shipping company,” and the commenter has been translated. The flight crew also asked for anyone who found the message to contact them. She finished the note by writing, “I would like to wish you a good health, a long life and a happy day.”

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The Moscow Times reports that the Sulak seems to be more of a Russian cargo ship that was built in Japan in 1966. Based in Vladivostok, the ship was abandoned in 1992.

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Last year, the world’s oldest message in a bottle discovered on a beach in Western Australia, for nearly 132 years after it was thrown into the sea.

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