Nice looking ship - see http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=517427
Interesting history since she was decommissioned:
In December 2004, before Clemenceau set sail for India, Greenpeace started protesting against France's plans to outsource the scrapping of the 27,000-ton warship laden with toxins such as asbestos, PCBs, lead, mercury, and other toxic chemicals in India in violation of the Basel Convention.
On 31 December 2005 Clemenceau left the French port of Toulon to be dismantled in Alang, Gujarat, India.
On 6 January 2006 the Supreme Court of India temporarily denied access to Alang. 
On 12 January 2006 the ship reached Egypt, where she was boarded by two Greenpeace activists.  Egyptian authorities denied access to the Suez Canal.
On 15 January the ship was finally allowed to pass. This decision was heavily criticised by Greenpeace and other environmental groups.  That same day French President Jacques Chirac ordered Clemenceau to return to French waters and remain on standby following a ruling by France's highest administrative court, the Conseil d'État.
Clemenceau is expected to remain for some time in the naval port at Brest, where she arrived in May 2006.