Yet another visitor operating on the BG Freight Line service arrived this afternoon, in the shape of BG ANTWERP, seen passing Cloch lighthouse as she headed for Greenock. BG ANTWERP, a Sietas Type 160 container ship capable of carrying up to 700 TEU, was completed in 1996 as MONIKA EHLER. In 2004, she was sold by her original owners, H. Ehler KG Schiffahrts GmbH to Reederei Baum & Co. GmbH, and embarked on a two-year charter to BG Freight Line, for which she was renamed BG ANTWERP. In 2006 another charter saw her renamed again, this time to HMS ROTTERDAM, the name under which she had actually been launched, but she was only destined to carry that name for six months before becoming BG ANTWERP once more. She is 121.8 metres in length, and has a deadweight of 7,225 tonnes. She is of the same semi-hatchless design as WERDER BREMEN, PETUJA, and CITY OF OPORTO, all vessels well known on the Clyde.