Built by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Numakuma-cho, Japan as a bulk/lumber carrier, originally 26,146 gt and 43,534 dwt. 5 holds with 4 cranes. Completed: 4/1984.
In 6/1987 converted to a chemical/petroleum tanker with nine tanks and their associated gear replacing the five holds.
Tonnage changes to: 25,457 gt and 40,890 dwt.
5/2010 - Broken up at Chittagong, Bangla Desh.
3/2001 - Called at New Zealand to discharge petrol, having made previous visits as "BALTIC CURRENT" & "NORTANK BALTIC".