It was a first since 2003 for the Port of Immingham when the largest vessel to ever enter the Humber Estuary visited. Five tugs provided by Svitzer were used to escort the Maran Lupus on to the Immingham Oil Terminal. The vessel, which is 333m long and 60m breadth, also had two Humber Marine pilots on board, Ian Cousins and Jason Melles-Sawyers.The crude oil tanker, built in 2009, is twice the size of a P&O ferry. The last vessel to hold this record was the MV Olympic Legacy, owned by The Onassis Group. At 332m overall and a 58m beam, it came to the IOT in September 2003. The captain of the Maran Lupus was presented with a port plaque by Mr Paul Bristowe, Head of Marine.