Greenpeace has sailed with the name “Rainbow Warrior” since 1978, breaking boundaries and fearless campaigning to protect our planet.  

Get ready for an unforgettable experience where you can meet our passionate crew, engage in interactive sessions and gain insights into today’s crucial environmental challenges. From showcasing eco-friendly practices on board to presenting groundbreaking technologies, this immersive adventure is a unique experience to all your family. Kids can engage in interactive activities that teach them about the importance of protecting our oceans and the environment. 

The Rainbow Warrior serves as a powerful symbol of our mission to protect the planet for future generations. See you onboard and let’s fight together for a greener and more sustainable future!

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Our flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, is the first ship in the fleet designed and built specifically for Greenpeace. It’s also one of the most energy-efficient ships on the high seas today. 

We designed and built the Rainbow Warrior with the latest technology to reduce carbon emissions and primarily sail using wind power that also features an eco-friendly design that includes exhaust gas treatment and a central filling and venting system to prevent spills.


Rainbow Warrior Ship Tour
Colombo, Sri Lanka
February 17th and 18th, 2024

1. How long does the tour take?

The tour will only take about 30 minutes, exclusive of waiting time at the dock. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled time slot so we can accommodate you and your guests. After the tour, visitors will be invited to visit the different campaign stations outside the ship. 

2. Are physical National IDs needed at the port?

Yes. Don’t forget to bring a valid ID so we can confirm your reservation.

3. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No need to print anything. Just save a soft copy of your event ticket. Don’t forget to bring a valid ID so we can confirm your reservation.

4. Is there a way to access the port without a confirmation ticket?

No. If you are not registered then you won’t be able to enter inside the port gate at all.

5. Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

No. The ticket or registration is non-transferable. The port requires all open boat visitors to pre-register so we can put their names on the authorized guest list.