Rainbow Warrior Salvage by Gerry Wright
When the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior was sunk in the Auckland Harbour on 10 July 1985, it promptly became a crime scene. The Royal New Zealand Navy was tasked by the Police with raising the wreck without disturbing the scene to allow them to carry out a forensic examination of the wreck and harbour bed. This is the story of that salvage and how the many problems encountered were overcome.
A5 size of 130 pages with black / white and colour images.
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