This was the view across Kilchoan Bay yesterday afternoon, with the Lysblink Seaways turned into a strong southerly breeze. The promised overnight gale wasn't as bad as forecast though, being a northwesterly, this side of the peninsula is relatively protected.
All the fuel oil is reported now to have been moved into the upper tanks.
The Herakles won't be towing her. A tug is coming from Stavanger in Norway for that. Rumours persist in the village that the Lysblink Seaways will be scrapped. One says she's going to India, the other to Turkey.