The Rainbow Warrior was the flagship of the environmental group Greenpeace. In the early and mid 80's, the Warrior was being readied to protest nuclear testing being held by the French in French Polynesia. A French underwater demolition team sank the Warrior in the Auckland, New Zealand Harbor in 1985. The Warrior was raised and towed to the Bay of Islands in Northern New Zealand where it was sunk to create an artificial reef for diving. A memorial was dedicated on a hill overlooking the site. This video shows some of the historic shots of the Warrior Story as well as what the ship looks like today.