Wednesday, 28 July 2010


Like her sisters, the Danish-flagged tanker TERNHAV started life with a slightly different name, as she was delivered from her Chinese builders as TARNHAV in May 2002. Seen from WAVERLEY lying in Rothesay Dock at Clydebank, she was delivering fuel to the NuStar terminal, a cargo that had been loaded in Amsterdam. TERNHAV is 141.2 metres long and has a deadweight of 14,796 tonnes. She is owned by Tarntank Rederi and is managed by a Swedish associate company. Her name was changed, and she was transferred from the Swedish flag to her current one, in October 2009.