When I walked out on the deck after breakfast, the tender boat was already ready for transporting us. My turn was the last service and I was seeing other passengers get on the boat and be taken to the shore, while waiting for my turn. I was viewing the coast with my binoculars and found a few military ships by chance, maybe destroyers, moored at the pier in a jumble. As the area didn't look like a navy base, I wanted to see them up close, but they were Russian. I refrained from approaching the military ships. No peace pact has yet been signed after their invasion in 1945.
The sea was calm and the tender boat offered a smooth, comfortable ride to the shore.
in a jumble 雑然と, 乱雑に