Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Soviet-Whaling-in-North-Pacific-27MZIFVN74CJ.htmlConceptually similarSoviet Whaling Ships in North PacificGP03LL0Completed★★★★Soviet Whaling Action in North PacificGP03LL3Completed★★★★Soviet Whaling Action in North PacificGP03LKYCompleted★★★★Whaling Ship in North PacificGP03HAZCompleted★★★★Bob Hunter on Phyllis CormackGP03LKHCompleted★★★★Soviet Whaling Ship in North PacificGP03LL5Completed★★★★Whaling Ship in North PacificGP03LL7Completed★★★★Russian Whaling Action in North PacificGP03LHZCompleted★★★★Soviet Whaling Action in North PacificGP03LKUCompleted★★★★View AllGP042K0Soviet Whaling in North PacificThe Soviet Soviet factory ship Dalniy Vostok and a harpoon ship. North Pacific, Mendocino ridge, 50 miles west of the California coast. Locations:North America-North Pacific OceanDate:26 Jun, 1975Credit:© Greenpeace / Rex WeylerMaximum size:3673px X 2992pxKeywords:Day-Factory ships-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Whaling-Whaling shipsShoot:Soviet Whaling Tour in North Pacific 1975Greenpeace first anti whaling campaign was carried out during the summer of 1975 in the North Pacific Ocean using the sailing vessel Phyllis Cormack to oppose the activities of a Russian whaling fleet. The shoot includes images from the very first encounter with the Soviet whalers, the first time Greenpeace confronted whalers, on June 26, 1975. A year after the group embarked again with both the Phyllis Cormack and the James Bay to defend the whales.