Iceberg - Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11 Summary

Pitt is dressed as a gay artist, and he, Admiral Sandecker, and Tidi Royal are going to the docks to use one of Rondheim's boats. They are directed to a modern craft but choose an old fishing boat, The Grimsi, instead. Once inside the boat, Pitt and Sandecker discover that the seemingly derelict vessel has a powerful engine and electronics aboard. They take the boat out and soon find what they believe to be the wreck of the black jet.

With Tidi in Pitt's gay clothes, sketching on the deck, Pitt is able to don his wetsuit and begin his exploring dives. It is Sandecker's belief that anyone gazing at the Grimsi from the shore will think Tidi is Pitt, and that Sandecker and Pitt are below decks. Pitt goes underwater, but it is some time before he is able to locate the...

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