As previously reported on Afloat.ie, the MV Kaami ran aground in the Minch between Skye and Lewis on 21 March, just days after leaving Drogheda Port en route for Sweden.
Work began last month to remove cargo from the vessel, and divers were able to access the hold to assess any internal damage.
Weather conditions during the early part of last week made it unsafe for the salvors to board the vessel and slowed down the salvage operation.
But more settled weather on Thursday allowed for some 30 tonnes of cargo to be removed and transferred to a landing craft for disposal.
The focus of the salvage operation is now on completing repairs to make the vessel watertight and to allow for it to be refloated.