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He's the boy I've found.
Nothing had interested Archibald Haddock more than the sea. When he was a boy, he lived near a port and used to go there, secretly followed his father. He would get several punishments if his father found out that he had sneaked into the port. But he didn't care.
It was because there was nothing more beautiful than the sea. A fickle lady, every sailor's lover, his father always said. Healong with his childhood friend Chesterwas fascinated with people working, those cargos, that huge place where things were sent and received. But above them all, he was in love with the sea.
When his father died, Haddock automatically made a decision. He would follow his father's footsteps. He would be a sailor, just like him. His mother, who had known his obsession towards the sea for years, allowed him to go, and he happily assigned into a cargo ship, along with Chester.
Now he was ready for his very first adventure, his very