Earlier today, the Ady Gil, an anti-whaling speedboat, was de-bowed after being struck by a Japanese whaling ship, the Shonan Maru, off the coast of Antarctica. According to the Guardian, the Andy Gil is owned by the Sea Shepherd Conversation Society group, which regularly sends conservation groups to interfere with Japanese whale hunting fleets.
Several bystanders captured the event on camera, making for some pretty amazing eyewitness video footage.
This first one appears to have been taken from the deck of the Shonan Maru and shows the actual collision from above:
This video was taken from another vessel (the Bob Barker), which is also owned and operated by the Sea Shephard Conservation Society and was traveling with the Ady Gil. Here you can see the collision between the two boats from a distance, as well as hear the color commentary from the observers: