Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Raft-Construction-During-MV-Greenpeace-s-Pacific-Tour-27MZIF321XW5.htmlConceptually similarRaft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourGP0CHDCompleted★★★★Raft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourGP0STOYR2Completed★★★★Raft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourGP0STOYR3Completed★★★★Raft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourGP0STOYR4Completed★★★★Raft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourGP0THGCompleted★★★★Reinforcing windows of radio room on the MV GREENPEACE. Outside Moruroa exclusion zone. South Pacific.GP011WVCompleted★★★★R/Or Dave Woolan on Radio Equipment on MV Greenpeace During Pacific Peace TourGP0UGXCompleted★★★★Crew Discussing Plans During MV Greenpeace's Pacific Peace TourGP0XXACompleted★★★★Electrical Engineer Dermot X During Pacific Peace TourGP0137JCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOYR1Raft Construction During MV Greenpeace's Pacific TourCrew build a raft on board the MV Greenpeace during Pacific Peace Tour. The raft will be used in a protest.Locations:Moruroa-South Pacific OceanDate:3 Oct, 1985Credit:© Greenpeace / F. BaptistaMaximum size:2661px X 4104pxKeywords:Construction-Day-French Government-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-Men-MV Greenpeace-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear weapons testing-Outdoors-RaftsShoot:Mururoa Nuclear Test Tour with Vega and MV GreenpeaceGreenpeace sailing boat 'Vega' and ship "MV Greenpeace" during campaign against nuclear testing in the Pacific.Previous to French nuclear test site protest in the Pacific, the MV Greenpeace and flotilla return to New Zealand to replace Rainbow Warrior I that was bombed in Auckland. The refit of the ship prior to departure was done at Oranjewerf, which is in Nieuwendam, to the NE of Amsterdam. The Inmarsat dome was installed in the Antilles and some engine maintenance, following the Atlantic crossing. Unedited photos include:arrival of the ship, mooring off, welcome by Maori, crew and supporters; Doctor Laura Matrani on board MV Greenpeace preparing bread; John Sprange, Gerd Leipold, Rig captain Jim Cottier, Jon Castle, Dave Woolen, Ken Ballard, Jeanne Nighormain; Maori people visiting the ship; Installation of the 1st Inmarsat dome on board and refit and launch of MV Greenpeace on the Dutch Antilles, previous to the voyage to the Pacific to protest against French nuclear testing.