Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Arctic-Sunrise-Arrives-in-Amsterdam-27MZIF39BV61.htmlConceptually similarArctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOICKCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOJRGCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOICTCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOICECompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOICUCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOICSCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOJRICompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOJRCCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamGP0STOJRHCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOICRArctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamFaiza Oulahsen and Sini Saarela looking happy as the Arctic Sunrise arrives in the Netherlands during transit to her home port of Amsterdam, following her departure from Murmansk. The Greenpeace ship was detained in the Russian port city for over 300 days following a high profile protest against Arctic oil drilling in September 2013. Members of the group of Arctic 30 who were detained in Russia came to the Netherlands. They board the ship on its voyage to Amsterdam. It is the first time they see the ship after their departure from Russia.In original language:Arctic Sunrise vaart naar AmsterdamHet Greenpeace schip de Arctic Sunrise, hier bij Amsterdam gedurende de reis van Murmansk naar Amsterdam via IJmuiden. Het schip werd in de Russische havenstad meer dan 300 dagen vastgehouden na een protestactie bij een Russisch boorplatform in september 2013. Leden van de Arctic 30 kwamen naar Nederland en voeren mee op het schip naar Amsterdam.Locations:Amsterdam-Europe-NetherlandsDate:9 Aug, 2014Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:2953px X 1969pxKeywords:Arctic 30 (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace ships-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Outdoors-Positive mood-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Small group of people-Two people-WomenShoot:Arctic Sunrise Arrives in AmsterdamThe Greenpeace icebreaker Arctic Sunrise sails back into Dutch territorial waters after over 300 days in Russian custody. The ship has been held illegally since taking part in a peaceful direct action against state owned oil company Gazprom, as it tried to drill the world’s first oil well in icy Arctic waters. Several members of the so called ‘Arctic 30’ are there to greet the ship and board the vessel in Beverwijk, near Amsterdam.