EARL OF SKYE, built in 1966 by Harland and Wolff in Belfast as BRITISH CENTAUR for BP . She served BP until 1983 when she was sold to Earlott Ltd and renamed EARL OF SKYE. She arrived in Glasgow on 11th March 1983 with the intention of being converted into a livestock carrier by Govan Shipbuilders, a massive contract.
The whole thing fell through and she arrived at Ulsan for scrap, arriving about 28 June 1984.
She was crewed during this time by Harrisons Clyde and I'm sure was Jersey registered.