Sea Shepherd I

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Sea Shepherd I
History
Owner: Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Port of registry:  United Kingdom
Acquired: 1978
Fate: Scuttled December 1979
General characteristics
Type: Fishing trawler

Sea Shepherd I was a former fishing trawler owned by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. She was British-registered and acquired in 1978 with a grant from the Fund for Animals. This was the first ship that the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society bought. Her major action was ramming into the whaler Sierra and she later was scuttled by the captain, Paul Watson.[1]

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