Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Captain-John-Cormack-on-bridge-of-Phyllis-Cormack--Alert-Bay--First-Greenpeace-protest-against-nuclear-testing-off-NW-coast-of-Canada--27MZIFLG42LZ.htmlConceptually similarPhyllis Cormack mooring at Alert Bay. First Greenpeace protest against nuclear testing off NW coast of Canada.GP06RSCompleted★★★★On board Phyllis Cormack during Greenpeace first protest voyage - against US nuclear tests off Canada.GP01AHMCompleted★★★★★★Phyllis Cormack and Rainbow Warrior Alert BayGP02GQMCompleted★★★★Phyllis Cormack and Rainbow Warrior Alert BayGP02GQNCompleted★★★★Phyllis Cormack and Rainbow Warrior Alert BayGP02GQOCompleted★★★★Phyllis Cormack and Rainbow Warrior Alert BayGP02GQPCompleted★★★★Ben Metcalfe filming during first Greenpeace protest voyage against US nuclear testing on Amchitka.GP0D6YCompleted★★★★Phyllis Cormack Crew Return to VancouverGP01T1Completed★★★★★★★On board Phyllis Cormack in CanadaGP0O92Completed★★★★★★View AllGP010I5Captain John Cormack on bridge of Phyllis Cormack. Alert Bay. First Greenpeace protest against nuclear testing off NW coast of Canada.View from mast of bridge with "Greenpeace" on it. John Cormack on bridge. Amchitka - first Greenpeace protest against nuclear testing off NW coast of Canada.Locations:Alert Bay-British Columbia-Canada-Cormorant Island-North AmericaDate:1 Sep, 1971Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert KeziereMaximum size:4907px X 3351pxKeywords:Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace ships-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear weapons testing-SV Phyllis Cormack-Wharfs (Docks)Shoot:Documentation of Greenpeace Voyage from Vancouver to AmchitkaThis is a photographic record by Robert Keziere of the very first Greenpeace voyage, which departed Vancouver on the 15th September 1971. The aim of the trip was to halt nuclear tests in Amchitka Island by sailing into the restricted area. Crew on-board the ship Phyllis Cormack (also called "The Greenpeace"), are the pioneers of the green movement who formed the original group that became Greenpeace.