Built for James Fisher & Sons Ltd., of Barrow as Bay Fisher. Chartered by the Northern SS Company in 1967 for the South Island bulk grain trade. Purchased in 1970 and renamed Moanui on 3 March 1970.
18 Nov 1974: Laid up at Auckland.
July 1975: Sold to Crossworld Navigation & Brokerage (Hong Kong) Ltd., Singapore. Renamed Chantala Fortune and sailed for Hobart on 19 July.
1977: Sold to Pacific International Lines, Singapore. Renamed Kota Pahlawan.
1984: Sold to Direximco Investment Private Ltd., Singapore. Renamed Pahlawan. Registered to ownership of Maritime Express Inc., Panama.
1986: Arrested at Galle, Sri Lanka in damaged condition.
2 May 1986: Left Madras under tow of Feng Nan for Singapore.
11 May 1986: Towline broke and vessel ran aground at Gravet point, Galle, Sri Lanka. Abandoned as total loss.
1 Feb 1989: Wreck broken up.