Friday, 24 December 2010


After lying at anchor in Irvine Bay since late on Tuesday 7th December, the Norwegian tanker SKS TANA moved to the 'Bravo' anchorage on Thursday 23rd. This allowed the 1996 Korean built ship to take on fresh water supplies from SD WATERMAN, seen alongside, before she was able to get alongside at Finnart. SKS TANA is owned by SKS Tankers, and she is 244 metres long. The 109,906 tonne deadweight ship was carrying a cargo of crude from Sture in Norway.