Here's a short but sweet clip of Greenpeace climbers Anais (from Germany) and Victor (from Sweden) setting up their equipment on top the anchor chain of the Stena Carron drilling ship off Shetland. You really get a sense of just how massive this ship is just by seeing how tiny our climbers are compared to the anchor.
According to Victor the weather is fine, both he and Anais are "very happy", and they have enough food to stay for two weeks! Whilst they remain in position, the giant ship can't go anywhere. It was due to move to the deep waters of the Atlantic off Shetland's west coast and drill for oil.
>> Read more about the action and listen to Victor talking on the phone.