A cargo ship which was refloated a week after running aground has anchored safely in Orkney.
Divers and coastguard surveyors are assessing the MV Priscilla before deciding the next step for the vessel.
The cargo ship had been stuck on the Pentland Skerries off the Caithness coast since July 18.
It was refloated at high water at around 9pm on Wednesday and was towed to Scapa Flow in Orkney.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said: “The MV Priscilla remains stable and safely at anchor within Orkney Harbour’s jurisdiction of Scapa Flow.
“MCA surveyors are onboard assessing the vessel and a dive inspection is still ongoing.
“Subject to the outcome of these inspections, a decision will be made regarding future plans for the vessel and her remaining cargo.
“We expect to issue a statement tomorrow morning with an update of the way forward.”
Part of the ship’s 3,300 tonne cargo of fertiliser was offloaded onto a barge to lighten the vessel, while 28 tonnes of oil were also removed ahead of the refloating.
Six crew were on board the vessel when it ran aground last week and were said to be safe and well following the incident.