The crew of HMAS Hammersley returns to Australia's tropical waters, to face their most dangerous, exciting and gut-wrenching missions yet.
Over 13 action-packed episodes Commander Mike Flynn and his crew will confront pirates, terrorists, nuclear hazards, people-smugglers, sex slaves, and international arms traders.
They will risk their lives to save others - friends and foe - from sinking ships, blazing boats and diving accidents. They will be called upon to use every hi-tech weapon and unique skill at their disposal.
This season was one that started with a death and the crew must learn to go on without one of their own. Most the season is dealing with finding what happened and why. The question about personal relationships between sailors comes up again.
The actors played their parts really well, you could feel sorry for them and be happy when things went right, as always there are pirates and illegal activities and someone is hiding things. There were familiar faces in the guest roles (but that happens when you watch a lot of Australian and New Zealand shows) but the story is so worth watching that you soon forget about where you have seen the faces before and just get hooked in the story.
The last episode was action packed, glad that there were answers as I'm sure in life a lot of people are left wondering what happened and why a loved one had to die.
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