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Originally posted by lightworker12
I don't see too much unusual here. The "object" appears to look very much like a small island. I also noticed the video creator decided to only zoom in on one island, and none of the others near by (probably because they would give away the fact that there's just a bunch of islands there).
As for the boat, I can say there's a very excellent reason it would turn around instead of going straight into a reef: so it wouldn't go straight into a reef.
Okinotorishima (沖ノ鳥島, Okinotorishima?) (Traditional Chinese: 沖鳥礁, Simplified Chinese: 冲鸟礁) is an atoll, which in English has multiple designations (Okinotori coral reefs, Okinotori Islands). It was formerly called Parece Vela, Portuguese for "it looks like a sail" (alluding to the original appearance of rocks). It is located at 20°25′N, 136°05′E, 534 km (332 miles) SE of Oki Daito and 567 km (352 miles) WSE of Minami Iwo Jima of the Ogasawara Islands or 1740 km (1081 miles) south of Tokyo, Japan. The Japanese meaning of the name is "remote bird islands" and they are sometimes referred to as "the southernmost islands of Japan."