The modules to be scrapped here in Vats were offloaded in record time. This morning only some completion work had to be done and around noon we were ready to disconnect all the moorings again. The weather was not so good last night, but this morning the wind changed to a northerly direction. You can see that if you look to the sky, bright blue skies on the right and threatening clouds to the left. It is typical cold sector weather. At this very moment we are almost ready for departure, the Husky is busy with the last mooring while we are already connected to the mainbridle of the Hermod. On this picture you can see the heaviest module on the quay, waiting to bes scrapped and recycled.