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Even with commerce raiding, public navies could engage in commerce raiding when it was too costly for privateers (for example, when it was necessary to destroy the captured goods instead of sailing them to port).
Abdullah Al-Kharboush, spokesman for Saudi Customs, told the Saudi Press Agency: "Although the quantity of the captured goods was a third higher than those seized during the quarter ending in March, the number of smuggling attempts fell by 16 percent.
The islanders, however, have become dependent upon the captured goods and revel in the glamour of the young Don Roberto's exploits.