Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Whale-Meat-from-Spanish-Whaler-Sierra-27MZIF4X5QB.htmlConceptually similarWhale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraGP01G8HCompleted★★★★Whale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraGP08PACompleted★★★★Whale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraGP015OACompleted★★★★Whale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraGP0F0UCompleted★★★★Whale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraGP0N20Completed★★★★Spanish Whaler SierraGP0BESCompleted★★★★Spanish Whaler SierraGP01BRCCompleted★★★★Stern of Spanish Whaler SierraGP01FPTCompleted★★★★Spanish Whaler SierraGP0NJVCompleted★★★★View AllGP0VGYWhale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraPallet of whale products unloaded from Spanish whaler Sierra. 1979.Locations:Europe, West Europe-SpainDate:1 Jan, 1979Credit:© Greenpeace / David McTaggartMaximum size:5606px X 3773pxKeywords:Day-Fishing (Industry)-Harbours-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Ports-Small group of people-Transportation-Whale meat-WhalingShoot:Whale Meat from Spanish Whaler SierraThe Spanish whaler Sierra was a controversial pirate whaler. It was owned by Norwegians and operated by South Africans with Japanese technicians on board. The whale meat was sold to Japan and the whale oil to Norway and the EEC. The Sierra was killing every whale she could find, including juveniles, nursing mothers and endangered species. Her career was brought to an end on july 16, 1979 when Paul Watson's boat Sea Shepherd rammed her twice.