patrol: There's been a bit of a misunderstanding there somewhere, Cook said in an interview, according to Vancouver Courier. They're in international waters, so border patrol shouldn't be boarding Canadian vessels. In the past two weeks, at least 10 Canadian fishing boats from New Brunswick have been intercepted by U.S. Border Patrol agents while fishing in the disputed waters around Machias Seal Island, a spokesman for the fishermen says.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver High on Life vloggers die in Shannon Falls tragedy Cousin says High on Life vlogger who drowned at Shannon Falls died selflessly Vancouver acting community rallies behind couple who lost everything in Kitsilano fire West Fourth Avenue residents capture dramatic moments from Topanga Cafe fire Laurence Cook, chairman of the advisory board for Lobster Fishing Area 38, said Wednesday that some Canadian vessels were boarded by American agents who asked about possible illegal immigrants. Machias Seal Island, which is about 19 kilometres southwest of Grand Manan Island and east of Maine, is in a disputed area known as the Grey Zone, where lobster fishermen from both Canada and the United States have long fished side by side. However, both Canada and the United States claim sovereign jurisdiction over the island and the surrounding waters at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. The small island is a flat, treeless piece of rock, which includes a large colony of puffins and a lighthouse that is manned by two Canadian lightkeepers year-round. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.