Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Activists-Blockade-Bottom-Trawler-in-New-Zealand-Harbour-27MZIFI6XZ9E.htmlConceptually similarActivists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023UMCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023UOCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023URCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023UPCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023UQCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New ZealandGP01XOPCompleted★★★★Activists stop a bottom trawler leaving Auckland Harbour, NZGP01XOSCompleted★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New ZealandGP01XP2Completed★★★★Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGP023UJCompleted★★★★View AllGP023UNActivists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New Zealand HarbourGreenpeace action against the bottom trawler Seamount Explorer sending a message to Foodtown to stop selling orange roughy and implement sustainable fishing policies. Crew of bottom trawler using high powered hoses on activists in life rafts. Banners reading "Foodtown Costing us our Oceans".Locations:Aotearoa-Auckland-Auckland Harbour-OceaniaDate:7 Aug, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Fraser NewmanMaximum size:4368px X 2912pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Bottom trawlers-Bottom Trawling-Chaining actions-Day-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Harbours-Hostility-KWCI (GPI)-Liferafts-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Spraying-Water hosesShoot:Activists Blockade Bottom Trawler in New ZealandGreenpeace activists prepare to stop a fishing vessel leaving Auckland harbour, New Zealand and use it to send a message calling on the Foodtown supermarket chain to stop selling orange roughy and to implement a sustainable seafood policy. The 43 metre bottom trawl vessel, Seamount Explorer, was blockaded by activists in life rafts, who locked themselves to a chain encircling the ship and held up banners which read 'Foodtown costing us our oceans'. Another two activists locked themselves to the structure of the ship. Greenpeace New Zealand oceans campaigner Karli Thomas said the peaceful direct action was part of a continuing campaign to save New Zealand seas from overfishing and destructive fishing practices.