Scotline takes delivery of fourth bulker in series from Dutch yard

UK shipowner Scotline Marine Holdings has taken delivery of a new shortsea bulk carrier from Netherlands-based Royal Bodewes.

Scot Isles is the fourth ship in a series to be ordered by Scotline from the same shipyard. The vessel has ice class 1A notation, a length of 90 metres, a total cargo capacity of 7,000 cubic metres, and a Caterpillar-MaK 6M25C 1,850kW main engine.

Scot Isles will be used to transport grain, timber, and other bulk cargo along Scotline’s shortsea routes covering England, Scotland, and Wales.


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