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This August, the Rainbow Warrior will be in Cape Town and you’ll have the opportunity to come aboard! Find out why she is a shining example of green ship engineering, and hear about her use in our work to protect the planet.

RIP. Fernando Pereira, freelance photographer for Greenpeace killed in the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985.

The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior

Fernando Pereira, freelance photographer for Greenpeace killed in the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in

Aftermath of Shipwreck After the Rainbow Warrior. Bombing The Rainbow Warrior is in Marsden Wharf in Auckland Harbour after the bombing by French secret service agents. 07/11/1985 © Greenpeace / John Miller

Inspired by History

The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior lies on its side in Auckland harbour after being sunk by two bombs, planted by French secret service agents, which also killed on crew member.

The Rainbow Warrior III, the newest ship of the enivornmental conservation organization Greenpeace

The Rainbow Warrior III, the newest ship of the enivornmental conservation organization Greenpeace

Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior tour 2013 by Walter Hansen, via Behance

Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior tour 2013 by Walter Hansen

Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior in Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong.  Photo by: http://ch1-4.com

Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior in Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. Photo by: http://ch1-4.com

Rainbow Warrior Open Days 16th & 17th of March 2013  (c) Greenpeace / Rodney Dekker

Rainbow Warrior Open Days & of March 2013 (c) Greenpeace / Rodney Dekker


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