The Greenpeace fleet of ships is a unique asset in the battle to save planet Earth and protect the global commons. Our ships are used at the forefront of Greenpeace campaigning, often sailing to remote areas to bear witness and take action against environmental destruction. 

The Rainbow Warrior

You can't sink a Rainbow! Find out more

The Arctic Sunrise

Since 1996 the ship with no keel  has taken on icy poles and shallow rivers around the world. Find out more.

The Esperanza

Launched in February 2002, the Esperanza is the latest and largest of the Greenpeace fleet. Find out more.

The Argus

Greenpeaces's smallest motorship is based in Rotterdam. Read more.

Our Inflatables

Inflatables are often out most effective tools at sea. Read more.

The Greenpeace Balloon

Our balloons have flown over the Berlin wall in 1983 and over the Nevada nuclear test site in 1987. Read more.

The latest updates

 

Deni celebrate their forest homeland in the Brazilian Amazon

Blog entry by Paulo Adario, Greenpeace Brazil | September 19, 2011

September 11, 2001 was not only a day of major tragedy in the US, which changed the world we are living in, it was also a day of hope for the Deni. The Deni are an indigenous group living in semi-isolation in a very remote part of the...

Kumi Naidoo boards Arctic oil rig demanding Cairn’s oil spill response plan

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | June 17, 2011

Kumi Naidoo, the Executive Director of Greenpeace International has crossed into an exclusion zone and scaled a controversial Arctic oil rig 120km off the coast of Greenland. At 6:45 am this morning an inflatable speedboat...

RGGVY social audit journey in images

Image gallery | May 27, 2011

बच्चों ने नहीं देखा उजाला

Blog entry by Akshay Gupta | May 20, 2011

भारत सरकार ने सन 2005 में राजीव गॉंधी ग्रामीण विद्युतीय योजना (RGGVY) शुरुआत की थी, जिसमें आजमगढ़ ज़िले के 22 विकासखंडों में गुणवत्तापूर्ण विद्युत् आपूर्ति देने का लक्ष्य रखा गया था. सरकारी  रिपोर्ट को देखा जाय तो इन ब्‍लॉकों में 93.3...

Research still blocked by Japan's government, but some progress

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | May 8, 2011

Thanks to everyone who's been sending Twitter messages (politely) asking Japan's Prime Minister's Office (@JPN_PMO on Twitter) to let the Rainbow Warrior do radiation monitoring work closer to the coast. So far, you've sent over 3000...

Rainbow Warrior begins sampling off Fukushima

Blog entry by Sakyo Noda | May 4, 2011

It has been a frustrating few days on the Rainbow Warrior. Until Sunday we were stopped outside of Tokyo bay, waiting out bad weather, trying to find a ship’s agent to represent us and arrange entry into port to fix our broken gyro...

Marine radiation monitoring blocked by Japanese government

Blog entry by Ike Teuling | April 29, 2011

Since the start of the Fukushima disaster I have been following the worrying developments from a safe distance in Amsterdam, but suddenly, I am on rocking ship getting closer to the disaster area every day. I joined the Rainbow...

TATA vs Turtles stays!

Blog entry by Ashish Fernandes | January 28, 2011

“Congratulations, we won!” that was an excited but restrained Advocate Saikrishna Rajgopal, calling to inform me that the Delhi High Court had dismissed the TATA's plea for an interim injunction against Greenpeace’s TATA vs Turtle...

How green is your list?

Blog entry by Swati Mehta | January 6, 2011

Now that the New Year is finally here, I am sorting out my resolution list. While I was working on mine, another really long list of resolutions landed in my inbox. This one was a set of green resolutions made by Greenpeace India’s...

Yatra part one ends at Nitish Kumar’s village

Blog entry by Shiva Sharma | October 15, 2010

After the Bhagalpur event got over, the yatra bus reached Thatha panchayat, Khagariya for malyarpan. Here we found a group of aware individuals especially women, some of whom worked for an NGO called Navjagriti. This organisation works...

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