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France-Nuclear Testing-Rainbow Warrior

The French frigate "Vandemaire" (foreground) shadows "Rainbow Warrior" (R) and "Greenpeace" (L), two ships of the environmental pressure group Greenpeace, and the Cook Island schooner "Te Ka toa" (2nd-R) 30 August 1995 at the edge of the exclusion zone declared around the French nuclear testing site, Mururoa Atoll. France conducted 193 underground and atmospheric nuclear weapons tests in French Plynesia between 1966 and 27 January 1996. The first "Rainbow Warrior" ship, the Greenpeace's flagship, was bombed by the French secret service in 1985 on its way to protest nuclear testing in the Pacific. / AFP PHOTO / MARCEL MOCHET

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France-Polynesia-Canoe-Overseas Featured Sailing - Ships - Maritime - Boats Print


Participants exit the Huahine pass in the direction of Raiatea on the morning of November 4, 2015 for the first leg of the Hawaiki Nui Va'a 2015 outrigger canoe race. The Hawaiki Nui Va'a outrigger canoe race is an annual event with more than 100 team of intense racing between Huahine, Raiatea, Taha'a and Bora Bora, honoring an ancient sport with great cultural values. The 24th edition of the race hosts teams from Taihiti, France and New Zealand, with the number of teams and countries increasing each year. Originally made in wood, almost all of the canoes are today fabricated with high tech polyester material and carbon fiber. AFP PHOTO / GREGORY BOISSY / AFP PHOTO / GREGORY BOISSY

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Uk-Leisure-Liner Queen Elizabeth 2 Featured Sailing - Ships - Maritime - Boats Print

Uk-Leisure-Liner Queen Elizabeth 2

Children enjoy the swimming pool on the deck of the United Kingdom's Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth 2 (QM2) on May 1969, in French harbor of Le Havre. The Queen Elizabeth 2's maiden voyage, from Southampton to New York City, commenced on May 02, 1969, taking 4 days, 16 hours and 35 minutes. She was named after the earlier Cunard liner RMS Queen Elizabeth, and served as the flagship of the line from 1969 until succeeded by RMS Queen Mary 2 in 2004. Built in Clydebank, Scotland, she was considered the last of the great transatlantic ocean liners built for over four decades prior to the construction of the QM2. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO

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