GO

  • General
    • Vessel Name : GO
    • Operator : LMT 2012, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Deck Barge
    • Vessel Type : Flat / Deck Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : NEW ORLEANS
    • STATE : LA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 823
    • Full Load Capacity : 1857 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 200 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 35 Feet
    • Overall Length : 200 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 35 Feet
    • Load draft : 10 Feet
    • Light Draft : 1.5 Feet
    • Height : 22.5 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2012
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1244101

LMT 2012, LLC

  • Area of Operation : INLAND WATERWAY SYSTEM; MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND RIVERS FLOWING TO THE MISSISSIPPI
  • Principal Commodity : GRAIN

News

VIDEO: One-on-One with Pieter van Oord, CEO, Van Oord

VIDEO: One-on-One with Pieter van Oord, CEO, Van Oord

Pieter van Oord is candid in discussing the future growth of his storied company’s activities in offshore wind with specific insights on challenging current jobs, Van Oord’s recent order of a massive and groundbreaking Wind Turbine Installation Vessel, and the company’s future working in the United States.

Seaborne Oil a Lifeline as German, Polish Refiners Swerve Russian Supply

Seaborne Oil a Lifeline as German, Polish Refiners Swerve Russian Supply

Seaborne oil has thrown a lifeline to refiners in eastern Germany and Poland, with non-Russian deliveries into the Polish port of Gdansk hitting at least seven-year highs this month as they switch away from Russian supply.Imports booked for May into Gdansk from Egypt, the United States, Norway, Britain and West Africa had hit 8.

Ukraine Selling 'Russian Warship, Go F*** Yourself' Stamp

Ukraine Selling 'Russian Warship, Go F*** Yourself' Stamp

Ukraine's national postal service Ukrposhta said it had been hit by a cyberattack on Friday after sales of a postage stamp depicting a Ukrainian soldier making a crude gesture to a Russian warship went online.Queues formed to buy the stamp when it went on sale at the postal headquarters in Kyiv last week following the sinking of the flagship of Russia's Black Sea fleet.

Hydrogen-powered Ferry Prepares to Launch in San Francisco Bay

Hydrogen-powered Ferry Prepares to Launch in San Francisco Bay

The San Francisco Bay will soon have a new fossil fuel-free ferry floating in its waters, propelled completely by hydrogen fuel cells, and officials hope it heralds change on the high seas.Aptly named Sea Change, the 70-foot (21-meter), 75-passenger ferry will service multiple stops along San Francisco's waterfront.

IT Bug Jams Baltic-North Sea Traffic

IT Bug Jams Baltic-North Sea Traffic

A software problem that blocked all ship traffic in the main channel between the Baltic and the North Sea on Sunday was not a hacker attack and has been fixed, a spokesperson for Germany's Kiel Canal Waterways and Shipping Authority said on Monday.The incident was caused by the installation of a new vessel traffic management software system, the spokesperson said.

Interview: Jennifer Carpenter, President & CEO, AWO

Interview: Jennifer Carpenter, President & CEO, AWO

Jennifer Carpenter joined The American Waterways Operators (AWO), the national trade association representing the inland and coastal tugboat, towboat and barge industry, in August 1990 and became its president and CEO in January 2020. She weighs in some of the most important developments in the industry today, from “hugely exciting” opportunities in offshore wind

Disabled Containership Towed to Nova Scotia

Disabled Containership Towed to Nova Scotia

A containership that lost power and went adrift off Canada's East Coast has been towed to Sydney, Nova Scotia, the Canadian Coast Guard said.The Panamanian-flagged MSC Kim departed Halifax on March 3 en route to Montreal, but went adrift on March 9 after it suffered engine problems off Port au Port, Newfoundland and Labrador. No injuries or pollution have been reported.

Crowley Takes Large & Leading Role In U.S. Offshore Wind

Crowley Takes Large & Leading Role In U.S. Offshore Wind

There’s often an upside to being among first-movers in an emerging industry, but many are often stifled by the risk inherent to new ventures. For Crowley, which today is leading the charge on a number of maritime fronts such as sustainability and decarbonization, the jump into U.S.

Building a New Fleet: CTVs for US Offshore Wind

Building a New Fleet: CTVs for US Offshore Wind

The U.S. has big plans for its offshore wind industry, and shipbuilders like Blount Boats and others are ramping up to capitalize on the unprecedented opportunity.Earlier this year, the Biden Administration unveiled its goal to have 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind power installed and in development in the U.S. by 2030.

US Regulator Expects to Find Abuses in Shipping Amid Supply Chain Woes

US Regulator Expects to Find Abuses in Shipping Amid Supply Chain Woes

The head of a U.S. commission that oversees ocean transportation said in an interview on Tuesday he suspects some ocean carriers have improperly charged importers, one of many factors driving supply chain woes.A broad range of companies importing goods have been frustrated not only by the pile-up of ships outside harbors but also by higher shipping costs and fees for lapses many say are for

Marine Design: Multi-Physics Simulation (MPS) & Decarbonization Walk Hand-in-Hand

Marine Design: Multi-Physics Simulation (MPS) & Decarbonization Walk Hand-in-Hand

Chris Wiernicki, CEO, ABS, discusses the evolution of multi-physics simulation and its importance in reaching decarbonization goals through 2050.As the pace of technological evolution rapidly quickens, shipowners are increasingly forced to embrace change to ensure their fleets stay in compliance with new regulations and stave off obsolescence.

2021: The Year of the Containership

2021: The Year of the Containership

What’s not to like about 2021 for container shipping? Freight rates are record high, record amounts of cargo are shipped across the Pacific Ocean, as well as globally, and the previous yearly record for new container ship orders has just been broken (measured in capacity) in less than eight months.