Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rainbow-Warrior-I-Ceremony-27MZIFLSOEKN.htmlConceptually similarRainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0140FCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP03YPCompleted★★★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0IVOCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP01G0ZCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0TRVCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0W8ACompleted★★★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0T98Completed★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP0OBCCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior I CeremonyGP016VOCompleted★★★★View AllGP01BIURainbow Warrior I CeremonyRainbow Warrior Captain Frans Van Dyk and Bunny McDiarmid, Campaign Director of Greenpeace New Zealand, throw a wreath onto the site of the sunken Rainbow Warrior. The Rainbow Warrior was bombed by French Government in 1985, where it now serves as a popular artificial reef. The Rainbow Warrior II is paying its respects and gathering strength before embarking on a campaign for the protection of deepsea life against high seas bottom trawling. The wreath was made with a mixture of native and non-native plants to represent the multi-national crew.Locations:Aotearoa-Matauri Bay-OceaniaDate:27 May, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Dave WalshMaximum size:2268px X 1512pxKeywords:Ceremonies-Day-Flowers-Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Memorials-MV Rainbow Warrior-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Oceans (campaign title)-OutdoorsShoot:Rainbow Warrior Ceremony in New ZealandThe Rainbow Warrior II is in New Zealand to embark on a campaign for the protection of deep sea life against high seas bottom trawling. During its stop In Matauri bay the crew throw a wreath onto the site of the sunken Rainbow Warrior. The Rainbow Warrior was bombed by French Government in 1985, where it now serves as a popular artificial reef. The wreath was made with a mixture of native and non-native plants to represent the multi-national crew.