As previously reported, the 851 gross tonnes vessel on a call to Dublin Port in 2011 became the largest vessel to transit through the Samuel Beckett swing-bridge. On her visit to Cork, the vessel is moored along the pontoon off South Custom House Quay.
She is registered in the Caymen Islands and the charter vessel has a steel 54m long hull on a beam of 10.60m. The streamlined aluminium superstructure and also interiors are the work of Tim Heywood Design.
The decade old vessel completed by Oceanfast of Australia is powered by 2x 1737kW MTU 12V 4000M70 diesel engines. This delivers a flat-out speed of 17.3 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.