Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/View-on-Cape-Evans-Bay-27MZIFY7OA3.htmlConceptually similarCape Evans Bay in Antarctica.GP01F8YCompleted★★★★View on World Park StationGP01DR9Completed★★★★World Park Base, Cape EvansGP01BSGCompleted★★★★Helicopter delivering Camp MaterialsGP0SI3Completed★★★★★★Greenpeace World Park Base in Cape EvansGP073NCompleted★★★★Resupply of World Park BaseGP014OSCompleted★★★★Resupply of World Park BaseGP01G9ECompleted★★★★View on World Park StationGP0859Completed★★★★★★View on World Park StationGP0P13Completed★★★★View AllGP0GK4View on Cape Evans BayView on Cape Evans bay where Greenpeace settles for her 1st base camp. Antarctica.Locations:Antarctic-Antarctica-Cape EvansDate:1 Jan, 1987Credit:© Greenpeace / Andy LoorMaximum size:2994px X 1977pxKeywords:Antarctica World Park (campaign title)-Clouds-Coastlines-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Snow-SunShoot:Antarctica Expedition 1986/87MV Greenpeace set out from New Zealand carrying full crew, a bigger helicopter, a prefabricated base building and supplies for the 12-month stay for the four winterers. MV Greenpeace arrives in the vicinity of Ross Island, 200 metres off the beach at Cape Evans. Using the heli to lift sections of the base ashore, the camp was set up within three weeks. Four winterers for the 2nd Antarctica voyage/expedition to set up a base camp, training on the Mount Cook, New Zealand, previous to their voyage to Antarctica. Team: Leader/mechanic New Zealander Kevin Coaglen, Radio operator Justin Farrelly, West German scientist Gudrun Gaudian and the base doctor Cornelius van Dorp; Grace O'Sullivan, Henk Haazen, Hanne Sorensen; Natalie Mestre (now Natalie Mestre-Thomas); Davey Edwards.