The U.S. Coast Guard announced this week that they made yet another open-ocean sub bust last month. This time the semi-submersible vessel contained nearly $69 million worth of cocaine.

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane reportedly intercepted the drug-smuggling vessel in the Pacific Ocean after it was spotted by maritime patrol aircraft. Once on board, the Coast Guard seized control of the vessel in order to ensure its crew did not attempt to sink the vessel and destroy the evidence of their crimes. Once the semi-submersible was under Coast Guard control it was found to be carrying over 5,000 pounds of cocaine.

“Boarding teams from the cutter deployed in interceptor boats and stopped the suspected smuggling vessel just before midnight. The boarding teams took control of the vessel before the four suspected smugglers aboard could sink the craft using installed scuttling valves,” a Coast Guard press release said.

The Coast Guard boarding team took four suspected smugglers from aboard the vessel into custody. In the video below, you can watch as bale after bale of what is apparently cocaine is pulled out of the vessel.