The sea called Kattegatt is that part of the North Sea which is located between Jutland (mainland Denmark) and the Swedish west coast.
A couple of weeks ago I went to Gothenburg and followed my inner promptings to gift the sea. I decided to go by ferry over to the Danish town of Fredrikshavn. I noticed they had three ferries of different sizes on this line. I booked the trip on the smallest ferry for the trip over and on the medium-sized one for the trip back.
I was a bit dismayed on the trip over to Denmark as it turned out that there was passenger access to only one part of the deck, and I did not find it convenient for tossing from. Also the ferry was kind of crowded. Moreover, I had previously seen the ferry I was going to use for the return trip while in the port of Gothenburg. On a casual observation that ferry appeared to me as difficult to gift from. This added to my dismayal and fear of a failed gifting tour.
Around the time of arriving to Denmark, I had this intuitive thought that all is in perfect divine order. I took it as a sign that there's already a solution to a successful gifting trip, although I cannot see it right now.
I walked around a bit in the town of Fredrikshavn, gifted a police station, found an old church that felt like it needed gifting as well as a couple of towers.
Had a traditional Danish type of meal consisting of small sandwiches with varying items on top.
After boarding the ship for the return trip, m/s Jutlandica, I went around and actually found several spaces on various decks that were suitable for my purposes. I positioned myself on the best one on the lowest possible deck with outdoor access. Turned out there was also a vent outlet with warm air, which I could lean my back on as it was getting chilly later in the evening.
All was indeed perfect!
I had brought 60 TBs for the trip and spent 5 in Fredrikshavn. I saved 5 for the arrival to the river outlet in Gothenburg, so 50 TBs went into the sea, tossing one every few minutes or so.
Yours truly tossing a TB: