Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Fishing-Vessel-in-the-Mediterranean-Sea-27MZIFLO6HIU.htmlConceptually similarFishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TIWCompleted★★★★Fishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TIXCompleted★★★★Fishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TIYCompleted★★★★Onboard a Fishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TJ4Completed★★★★Fishing Activities on a Korean Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TJECompleted★★★★Fishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TJ1Completed★★★★Korean Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP021ZKCompleted★★★★Korean Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TJFCompleted★★★★Onboard a Fishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaGP01TJ5Completed★★★★View AllGP01TIVFishing Vessel in the Mediterranean SeaThe "Saint Antonie Marie II", a French tuna fishing vessel, fishing on the last day of legal fishing in the Maltese water.The Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior is in the central Mediterranean bluefin tuna fishing grounds to monitor the end of the purse seine fishing season and ensure the closure of the fishery will be properly enforcedLocations:Europe-Malta-Mediterranean SeaDate:16 Jun, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Giulio Di SturcoMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Day-Fisheries-Fishing (activity)-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing nets-Fishing ships-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Seine fishingShoot:Rainbow Warrior Bluefin Tuna Tour in the Mediterranean SeaThe Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior tours in the central Mediterranean bluefin tuna fishing grounds to monitor the end of the purse seine fishing season and ensure the closure of the fishery will be properly enforced. The Mediterranean Sea is key to the survival of the Atlantic northern bluefin tuna. It is the most healthy of only two breeding areas, and the waters surrounding the Balearic Islands are a vital spawning ground. Every year the fish come to reproduce in the warm Mediterranean waters. And every year, an uncontrolled fleet of fishing vessels races to catch the tuna at this important and vulnerable stage in their life cycle, encircling whole schools with nets known as “purse-seines”.