Another event that sparked a rapid development in the international law was the capture of the Portuguese galleon, the Santa Catalina, by a ship from the Dutch East India company in 1601. This was argued to be a breach of the 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas because the Dutch vessel was in Portuguese waters. Where did the incident take place?

(a) In the Gulf of Cambay
(b) Off the coast of Lisbon
(c) In the Straits of Malacca
(d) In the South Atlantic, near Sao Paolo
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