The third Titanic began life as Daugavpils in 1965. She was a tanker of 22,630 deadweight tons. She was 186.21 metres long overall. At some stage, she changed hands and was renamed Titanic. She was broken up some time in the 1990s. (If you are wondering what Daugavpils is, it's a small city in Latvia).
Our good mate, Michael Standart, can truthfully claim to have seen Titanic afloat. He saw the third ship late in her career.
>>Was it remarkable at all or just a generic tanker?<<
Just a genric tanker and not especially impressive. I don't remember what colour the hull was but I recall that the deckhouse with the bridge and crew quarters were located back aft much like it is on the much larger tankers.
I was a bit startled when I saw the name on the bow.