Spanish police seized 127 kilos of cocaine from a navy training ship that, before docking in Spain, first stopped and dropped some of its wares off in New York.

The drug, which was apparently stuffed into the ship's reserve sails, came from Colombia, where traffickers had contracted the sailors to transport it, CBS New York reports. In May, U.S. officials arrested two Colombians who allegedly picked up 20 kilos of the cocaine from the ship while it was docked near the Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum.

According to the Spanish Civil Guard, three sailors were arrested on July 12 after the ship arrived in Spain, but the drug itself wasn't found until Saturday.