Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-New-Zealand-Unveils-the-Margaret-Mahy-27MZIF3PYWZO.htmlConceptually similarGreenpeace New Zealand Unveils the Margaret MahyGP0STOHQUCompleted★★★★★★Greenpeace New Zealand Unveils the Margaret MahyGP0STOHQTCompleted★★★★Greenpeace New Zealand Unveils the Margaret MahyGP0STOHQWCompleted★★★★Māui Dolphin Survey in New ZealandGP0STQGSXCompleted★★★★Māui Dolphin Survey in New ZealandGP0STQGSWCompleted★★★★Māui Dolphin Survey in New ZealandGP0STQGSUCompleted★★★★Intercepting a Seismic Testing Ship in New ZealandGP0STQGBQCompleted★★★★★★Intercepting a Seismic Testing Ship in New ZealandGP0STQGBTCompleted★★★★Intercepting a Seismic Testing Ship in New ZealandGP0STQGBJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOHQVGreenpeace New Zealand Unveils the Margaret MahyGreenpeace New Zealand Board Chairperson Stephanie Mills (left) and Bridget Mahy at the unveiling of a new Greenpeace boat named after one of New Zealand's best known childrens authors, Margaret Mahy. The ceremony coincided with 29th anniversary of the Rainbow Warrior bombing in Auckland harbour. Margaret's daughter Bridget poured champagne over the bow and removed a cover to reveal the name of the 7.3 metre boat at the ceremony at Okahu Bay on Auckland's waterfront.Locations:Aotearoa-Auckland-North Island-OceaniaDate:10 Jul, 2014Credit:© Greenpeace / Phil CrawfordMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Beaches-Boats-Celebrations-Day-Drinks-Greenpeace inflatables-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Sailboats-Small group of people-Wharfs (Docks)Shoot:Greenpeace New Zealand Unveils the Margaret MahyGreenpeace New Zealand unveils a new boat named after one of New Zealand’s best known children’s authors, Margaret Mahy. The ceremony at Okahu Bay on Auckland's waterfront is held on the 29th anniversary of the Rainbow Warrior bombing in Auckland harbour. Margaret Mahy was a committed supporter for 25 years. As a writer she cast a spell with stories and poems, she weaved words into adventures. Greenpeace does it with boats. The 7.3 metre RIB cost around NZ$100,000 raised by an appeal to supporters and the sale of an older boat.