Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-Activists-from-MV-Sirius-27MZIFTH1OF.htmlConceptually similarAction against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP01CS3Completed★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP01ASXCompleted★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP016UCompleted★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP049ACompleted★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP0A7Completed★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP099RCompleted★★★★Removing Bait from Longline HookGP0I3DCompleted★★★★Action against Pirate Longliner Atlantic Oji No. 33GP016LYCompleted★★★★Blockade of Pirate Longliner Astraea in SpainGP0CITCompleted★★★★View AllGP0S1DGreenpeace Activists from MV SiriusGreenpeace activists in front of SIRIUS after an action against the pirate longline fishing vessel, ATLANTIC OJI NO. 33, near Ibiza in the Mediterranean. The ship flies a Venezuelan flag of convenience, and has an Asian crew. Greenpeace hung wooden turtles and tuna from the longline to protest against the uncontrolled fishing by such vessels of spawning tuna stock, with high incidental by-catch.Locations:Balearic Islands-Europe, West Europe-SpainDate:15 May, 1991Credit:© Greenpeace / Jim HodsonMaximum size:5643px X 3749pxKeywords:Day-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace crew-Harbours-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-MV Sirius-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Pirate fishing-Portraits-Props-Signs-SunnyShoot:Action against Pirate Longliner near IbizaAction with the Sirius against Asian longliner ATLANTIC OJI NO 33 in the Mediterranean off Spanish coast using wooden tuna.