Tuesday, 27 May 2008


The third member of the Lys Line ships built in India in 1999 at the ABG shipyard at Surat arrived at Greenock this morning, after spending the night anchored in Brodick Bay. Like LYSVIK and LYSBLINK, this vessel too was lengthened in Poland in 2004 for a six-year contract carrying paper on behalf of Norske-Skogn, and is now 129.0 metres in length with a deadweight of 7,500 tonnes. Flying the Norwegian flag, like her sisters, she was bringing in a cargo of paper, and she sailed again for Skogn this evening. LYSBRIS sports yet a third variation of her owner's livery.