Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oceans-Tour-with-MV-Esperanza-in-Iceland-27MZIFLJ4OLT.htmlConceptually similarOceans Tour with MV Esperanza in IcelandGP03BNCompleted★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFDXCompleted★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFE1Completed★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFDQCompleted★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFDSCompleted★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFDTCompleted★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFE2Completed★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFE6Completed★★★★Protect the Oceans MY Esperanza Open Boat in ReykjavikGP0STTFECCompleted★★★★View AllGP0112LOceans Tour with MV Esperanza in IcelandPeople boarding the Greenpeace ship MV Esperanza during an "open boat", Reykjavik, Iceland. Greenpeace was public enemy nr 1 for Iceland due to previous actions to stop the Icelandic whaling. But slowly there is a shift in opinion and there is a curiosity that brings a lot of people down to meet the crew and see the ship.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Iceland-ReykjavíkDate:30 Jun, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:2873px X 1730pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Open boat-Outdoors-Small group of peopleShoot:MV Esperanza Tour in IcelandTwo ‘Cyberactivists’ Marnee Benson from Reno, Nevada, USA and Tope Akintola of Nigeria, won a berth on the Greenpeace ship MV 'Esperanza' for recruiting more than 250 people who pledged to visit Iceland if, and only if, Iceland stops whaling. They represent more than 300,000 Greenpeace 'Cyberactivists' worldwide who are taking action via the internet. The Iceland whales pledge has generated more than 62 million US Dollars in potential tourist income, against a whaling industry that earned 3-4 million US dollars annually in its heyday.