Monday, 29 July 2013

Greenpeace mega yacht visits Taiwan "in the name of tourism"

The Rainbow Warrior III is visiting Taiwan "in the name of tourism".
(image wikipedia)

The Greenpeace mega yacht Rainbow Warrior III is continuing its around the world cruise in exotic waters. The ship is today scheduled to arrive in Taiwan, where the overseer of local ports clearly states what the purpose of the visit is:

"The 855-ton vessel will depart from Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor and will dock at the Keelung Port for seven days in the name of tourism, according to the Keelung branch of Taiwan International Ports Co. Ltd., which oversees the country's port operations."

The Greenpeace cruise guests will not be disappointed; Taiwan, "the heart of Asia", offers a multitude of sights and sounds to enjoy:

"Besides mountains, beautiful coastal scenes are part of Taiwan's great natural assets. Starting from the northern tip of the island is the North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area and Northeast and Yilan Coast National Scenic Area, featuring a wide variety of coastal geography. Traveling around the island to the east, you come to the scenic East Coast National Scenic Area and East Rift Valley National Scenic Area; go to the south, and you will come to the Southwest Coast National Scenic Area and then the Dapeng Bay National Scenic Area, blessed with sunshine and a tropical touch."

Bon Voyage! 

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