Some recent updates

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As we await the launch of the Scot Carrier, here are some recently taken pictures and videos of the fleet.

A short time lapse video of MV Eastern Virage approaching Scotline Terminal (Transit) Ltd up the River Medway:

A nice picture of the Scot Trader with a cargo of logs near Inverness, Photo courtesy of Frank Hellsten:scot trader logs

A couple of nice pictures from Lucien van der Horn of MV Scot Venture and MV Scot Leader, both taken a few weeks back on the Westerschelde near Vlissingen:

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MV Scot Mariner trying out the new Scotline livery before leaving her scheduled dry docking last month. She came out looking pristine and ready to work again:

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And finally, a great drone shot from Loch Linnhe of the Scot Trader courtesy of Yvonne and Kevin Johnson:

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Happy New Year

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Happy New Year to you all from everyone at Scotline! We hope you had a nice break and are ready for a busy and successful 2018.

As usual with this time of year, the weather has already come in. Have a look at the video below sent over by Josh on the Scot Leader. The vessel was entering Vlissingen / Flushing and looks like she was having a rough ride!

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Scotline Welcomes the Scot Leader

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Scotline are pleased to welcome the Scot Leader to our fleet.

scot leader

Scotline have recently added a new lady to our fleet having taken on the Scot Leader, ex-Odertal. She is similar to our Scot Trader at around 4500 DWT. She’ll be flying under the British Flag.

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What the Leader brings to our fleet is not only a second vessel with a deadweight around 4500 tonnes, but equally importantly is her high cubics, holding 6,360 cubic metres in her single hold. For a full specification have a look at her details here. A full pdf can also be seen there showing more details and the particulars of her hold.

scot leader

She is just completing her dry docking this week and will be ready for service soon, looking stunning in the Scotline livery and ready to work. Thanks must go to our superintendents Mark and John and everyone else involved for getting her up to such a high standard so quickly.