By Willy van der Heide
De vader van Arie Roos, reder te Amsterdam, bemerkt dat er de laatste tijd op zijn boten gesmokkeld wordt. Maar wat en wie kan hij niet te weten komen. Toch wil hij zo snel mogelijk weten hoe de vork in de metal zit. De politie wil hij er niet bij betrekken. Tenslotte roept hij de hulp in van Arie en zijn vrienden jan Prins en Bob Evers. Zo iets uit te puzzelen is een kolfje naar de hand van onze vrienden, zij gaan direct aan het werk…
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