A massive ship has been spotted at anchor near the Devon coast.
Car transporter Wisdom Ace, which is a shade under 200 metres long, is the latest huge vessel which has moored in Torbay.
The Panama-registered ship, built seven years ago, left Zeebrugge in Belgium a week ago.
Website Marine Traffic says Wisdom Ace has a deadweight tonnage of 19,227 tons – meaning she can carry cargo, fuel and supplies adding up to that weight.
The ship is just over 32 metres wide.
The Myshiptracking site has reported that the vessel left Singapore on June 12 and passed through the Suez Canal on July 7.
Wisdom Ace has also visited the port of Athens and Barcelona before stopping off in South Devon.
Both cargo and cruise ships have used Torbay as a safe haven to stop off over the past few weeks.
The Lowlands Serenity, a bulk carrier which is even bigger at almost 300 metres long, was here last month.
Another monster, the container ship NYK Meteor, was also near the Devon coast.
And the UK registered cargo ship Hurst Point as also here, alongside the cruise ship Carnival Breeze, which spent several weeks in the bay.
The National Coast Watch Institution (NCI) has told Devon Live that large carriers can stop off to exchange crews.
It is not known how long Wisdom Ace will be about.