From: Montreal, Canada
The actual straits are strange there, some flows into the baltic, some out to the atlantic, the inflow ones are larger and more numerous, the outflows are very restricted in size, and most goes near the Danish capitals ports, which in this time heavily fortified, so, going out is hard against the wishes of Denmark, while slipping in is somewhat easy, if you accept that you will not get out.
Thanks, but this doesn't really help me understand how slipping in, whether easy or hard, is possible to begin with. Where exactly can ships slip in, how, and with which type of ships?
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