Freya arrived with a bit of a list.
Freya measures 7406 grt, 10,500 dwt and can carry a variety of bulk and breakbulk cargoes in its box shaped holds. With two 60 tonne cranes, it can unload most of what it would be expected to carry. Built to a Damen design by the Nikolyev Shipyard Okean in the Ukraine as Rebecca in 2001, it was acquired last year by Intersee of Haren (Ems), Germany and renamed. The ship flies the flag of Antigua and Barbuda, a common flag of convenience for German owned ships.
The ship has a travelling gantry that lifts off the hatch covers for stacking. The red structure beneath the gantry is for hold ventilation.
The tug Atlantic Larch takes a line off the ship's bow to assist it in turning. It will then act a a brake when the ship backs in to pier 27.