Wednesday, 13 February 2008


One of the four members of Fisher Everard's 'Speciality' class of coastal tankers arrived on the Clyde this morning, with another cargo of fuel for Rothesay Dock. SUPREMITY, the last vessel of the class, was delivered by the Qingshan Shipyard at the end of September 2007. Her arrival in the Everard fleet cleared the way for the company to dispose of three of its older vessels, including ALACRITY, which visited Clydebank in August last year. It was reported that her sale realised around £1.4 million. SUPREMITY has an overall length of 95.15 metres, and a deadweight of 4,426 tonnes. She is registered in London, and has British, Canadian and Polish officers, and a Polish crew.