Well, I drew the joker in the deck. A photo recon of Singapore.
I took the long way around, sailing down the Straits of Malacca, sinking a coastal freighter and a big tanker on the way.
I parked in the hole west of the port and watched Tic Toc racing around the port at medium speed, so I wasn't too worried about his sonar.
I could tell by his speed that there was no way I could approach from this angle, so I spent most of the day creeping south and then east into another deep hole south of the city.
As the sun was setting, I turned north and began to inch along the coast of the island, approaching from the south east. Coming to a complete stop each time Tic Toc made his pass.
Finally, ships began to appear in the periscope, and I started taking pictures. I turned 180 and sailed out the way I came in (While Tic Toc was on the other side of his patrol area.)
I headed East all day, avoiding two convoys on the way. As night fell, I surfaced and raced out into the depths of the South China Sea.