Sunday, 14 October 2007


After spending a couple of days 'swinging on the hook' in Irvine Bay, the tanker SEAVOYAGER moved up the Clyde this morning, bound for Finnart. This ship, only launched on 26 May and completed two months later, had arrived from Nigeria with one of her first cargoes. She was built in Korea, at the Hyundai Samho shipyard, and is managed by a Greek company, Thenamaris Ships Management of Athens. She is 274 metres in length, and her 48 metre breadth and 16 metre draft mean that she is classed as a 'Suezmax' tanker. SEAVOYAGER is some 159,233 tonnes deadweight, and is registered at Valetta in Malta.


Anonymous said...

Well done catching her and the mighty paddler.