Images: Rainbow Warrior arrives in Auckland

Press Release – Greenpeace New Zealand

The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city’s harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few …


Rainbow Warrior arrives in Auckland


The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city's harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few weeks visiting ports around the country. Photo: Greenpeace/Nigel Marple

The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city’s harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few weeks visiting ports around the country.

Photos: Greenpeace/Nigel Marple

The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city's harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few weeks visiting ports around the country. Photo: Greenpeace/Nigel Marple

The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city's harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few weeks visiting ports around the country. Photo: Greenpeace/Nigel Marple

The new Rainbow Warrior sails in to Auckland for the first time, where she was welcomed by Ngati Whatua. The first Rainbow Warrior was bombed in the city's harbour by French secret service agents in 1985. The Greenpeace ship will be spending the next few weeks visiting ports around the country. Photo: Greenpeace/Nigel Marple

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