Palma.—STP received Rainbow Warrior this week  – one of the three boats which belong to Greenpeace-  in a technical stop to repair its hydraulic davits, sails and change its tender.
This visit was part of the maintenance routine usually performed with the aim of preparing the boat for the next environmental campaign scheduled for January.
This vessel is one of the more than 1,100 vessels which have visited STP Shipyard Palma for refit or repairs this year, and until yesterday there have been more than 1,400 travelift movements. In addition, Rainbow Warrior is one of the 3,200 different vessels to have  passed through the facilities since its beginning in 2007.
Arrived from Greece and Malta, it goes to South Africa from where 30 people will depart aboard: 15 crew and 15 other people to conduct the campaign.
The first officer, Hettie, is responsible for rigging, deck and life on board, because while activists do their work in defending  the environment, she and the crew are responsi


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