Releasing the penguins rescued after Rena oil spill
Army clean the beaches after the Rena oil spill off the coast of Tauranga
Rena Oil Spill
Penguin rescue at Rena oil spill, New Zealand - WWF staff with Maritime New Zealand team
The Rena oil spill occurred off the coast of Tauranga in New Zealand. The spill was caused by the grounding of MV Rena on the Astrolabe Reef. The Rena was a container ship and cargo vessel owned by the Greek shipping company Costamare Inc., through one of its subsidiary companies, and chartered by the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC). The spill has been described as New Zealand's worst maritime environmental disaster.
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