Friday, 13 November 2009


After discharging a cargo from Mongstad at Clydebank at the end of October, the Norwegian tanker STEN EMBLA anchored in Brodick Bay. She remained there until late on Sunday 8th November, when she moved to the former Scott Lithgow Repair Quay in the Great Harbour, where she is seen in this view. STEN EMBLA is in the process of being sold, and while alongside in Greenock is having some work carried out onboard for her new owners. Her sister, STEN TOR, was sold some time ago, and it appears that the two ships will be operating for the same company.


Unknown said...

Now has new funnel colours and named Liquid Gold.

Unknown said...

Sailed this morning 28/11/09.