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Myriam Fallon (left) stands with Kat Clark as they explain the advanced pilot house that they have on the new Rainbow Warrior. The ship can be turned by either a tiny steering wheel or a joystick (seen on the console). Although there's generally 16 crew members on board, it only requires two people to operate the ship. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

Myriam Fallon (left) stands with Kat Clark as they explain the advanced pilot house that they have on the new Rainbow Warrior. The ship can be turned by either a tiny steering wheel or a joystick (seen on the console). Although there’s generally 16 crew members on board, it only requires two people to operate the ship. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

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Myriam Fallon (left) stands with Kat Clark as they explain the advanced pilot house that they have on the new Rainbow Warrior. The ship can be turned by either a tiny steering wheel or a joystick (seen on the console). Although there’s generally 16 crew members on board, it only requires two people to operate the ship. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)