Climate change protesters targeted cruise ships off England's south coast on Tuesday (September 29) night to highlight the emissions and waste they produce.
Campaigners from Ocean Rebellion - an offshoot of the Extinction Rebellion action group - sailed out to a number of ships that have been temporarily anchored off the coast of Weymouth due to inactivity for most of this year.
Protesters projected slogans and statistics onto the side of the ships, including one reading "one ship equals one million car exhausts."
Ocean Rebellion points to the use of oil and the volume of sewage produced by large ships as having a significant impact on the environment.
The group says a single cruise ship produces the equivalent of 10 swimming pools in raw sewage a week, which is then discarded in the ocean.