Two ships lay at Hunterston on Monday, both with cargoes of coal. On the outside berth, the Filipino-flagged bulk carrier CONSTANTINOUPOLIS was discharging a cargo of coal. On charter to Clydeport, and loading coal at the inner berth for shipment to Manisty on the Mersey, was AASHEIM, previously a regular caller further upriver with cargoes of stone. CONSTANTINOUPOLIS was built in 1981 as HYUNDAI PACIFIC, at the Ulsan shipyard of Hyundai Heavy Industries. With a deadweight of 128,150 tonnes, the 264.6 metre long ship changed names in 2001. She is now managed by Dalex Shipping of Greece.