LIBERTY GLORY

  • General
    • Vessel Name : LIBERTY GLORY
    • Operator : LIBERTY MARITIME CORP.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Bulk (Other) Carrier
    • Vessel Type : Bulk Carrier
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 12870
  • Location
    • City : LAKE SUCCESS
    • STATE : NY
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 16811
    • Full Load Capacity : 50601 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 600.3 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 105.8 Feet
    • Overall Length : 623.1 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 105.8 Feet
    • Load draft : 39 Feet
    • Light Draft : 7 Feet
    • Height : 149.7 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2001
    • EQUIP1 : 4 30 TON CRANES
    • Coast Guard Number : 1108120

LIBERTY MARITIME CORP.

  • Area of Operation : TRANS-OCEANIC
  • Principal Commodity : DRY BULK CARGO

LIBERTY EAGLE

  • Type : Bulk Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

LIBERTY GRACE

  • Type : Bulk Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

LIBERTY PRIDE

  • Type : RO-RO Vessel
  • Construction : Steel

LIBERTY PROMISE

  • Type : RO-RO Vessel
  • Construction : Steel

News

A Symphony Lightering Operations Set to Start on Friday

A Symphony Lightering Operations Set to Start on Friday

Work to siphon off the remaining cargo from a stricken tanker was expected to commence on Friday, the vessel's manager said on Thursday, two days after hundreds of tonnes of oil spilled into the Yellow Sea following a collision in dense fog.The size of the spill from the Liberia-flagged tanker A Symphony was revised down to about 400 tonnes (2,920 barrels) on Thursday

Oil Spill Clean-up in China's Yellow Sea Depends on Weather

Oil Spill Clean-up in China's Yellow Sea Depends on Weather

Chinese officials were waiting for better weather before deciding whether to siphon off the remaining cargo from a stricken tanker after hundreds of tonnes of oil spilled into the Yellow Sea after a collision in dense fog two days ago.The size of the spill from the Liberia-flagged tanker A Symphony was revised down to about 400 tonnes (2,920 barrels) on Thursday

Leidos to Acquire Gibbs & Cox

Leidos to Acquire Gibbs & Cox

Reston, Va.-based Leidos said it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire esteemed naval architecture and marine engineering firm Gibbs & Cox for $380 million in cash, as the defense, engineering and IT conglomerate looks to bolster its expertise as it competes for U.S. Navy unmanned systems contracts.

Great Ships and The Ship Designer’s Curse

Great Ships and The Ship Designer’s Curse

For the Design issue Greg Trauthwein asked me to write about a favorite ship design. I have no favorite ship design, or should say there are simply too many that are truly worthy of mention.  But when considering favorite designs, ship designers (and builders) do carry a strange curse.

Carnival Cancels Cruises in Early 2021

Carnival Cancels Cruises in Early 2021

Carnival Cruise Line has canceled additional voyages in the early months of 2021 as it works to meet requirements to resume operations amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Having already suspended U.S. cruises for the remainder of this year, the cruise industry giant said Wednesday it has canceled all voyages from U.S.

Families of Sunken Livestock Carrier Crew Plead for Search to Resume

Families of Sunken Livestock Carrier Crew Plead for Search to Resume

Families of 39 Filipino crewmen who were aboard a cattle ship that sank during a typhoon are pleading for a search to continue and to expand into uninhabited islands and nearby waters, two weeks after their vessel capsized off Japan.In tears during an online news conference, family members urged authorities to resume a massive search effort, after Japan's coastguard suspended its rescue last week.

Captain's Texts Tell of Ordeal of Capsized Cattle Ship

Captain's Texts Tell of Ordeal of Capsized Cattle Ship

The last time Marielle June Chunanon heard from her partner Dante Addug aboard the storm-struck Gulf Livestock 1, he told her he was frightened, and praying for typhoon Maysak to pass.That message exchange between the Filipino couple was on Tuesday night, as a ferocious storm in the East China Sea battered the 130-metre (450-foot) ship, its 43 crew and nearly 6,000 cattle.

Brokers Calculate Marine Insurance Losses from Beirut Blast

Brokers Calculate Marine Insurance Losses from Beirut Blast

Insurance claims for damage to ships, goods and the port itself after a warehouse explosion last week in the port of Beirut were likely to total less than $250 million, reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter said on Monday.Overall insured losses - including property damage - from the August 4 port warehouse detonation of more than 2,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate may reach around $3 billion

New Staten Island Ferry Launched at Eastern

New Staten Island Ferry Launched at Eastern

Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. (ESG) launched the second of three new Staten Island “Ollis Class” Ferries for the City of New York Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) Staten Island Ferry Division. The Sandy Ground was launched Friday at Eastern’s Allanton facility in Panama City, Fla.

US Navy Ships Set Record for Longest Stretch at Sea

US Navy Ships Set Record for Longest Stretch at Sea

Two warships kept away from shore to minimize crew exposure to COVID-19 have set a new U.S. Navy record for most consecutive days at sea. As of Thursday, aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) (Ike) and its escort ship, guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) have been at sea for 161 days

Genco Makes First Full Crew Change Under Singapore's New Rules

Genco Makes First Full Crew Change Under Singapore's New Rules

U.S.-based drybulk shipowner Genco Shipping & Trading Limited announced the successful full crew change of the Genco Liberty, a 180,032 DWT Capesize vessel, marking the first full crew change under new COVID-19 protocols in Singapore.  A total of 37 seafarers were involved in this crew change, which was completed on June 6, 2020 and executed in accordance with protocols established by Genco

One on One with Buckley McAllister

One on One with Buckley McAllister

Buckley McAllister, President of McAllister Towing & Transportation, weighs in on the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts on the maritime sector.McAllister Towing & Transportation is a long and storied organization based in New York, the original U.S. COVID-19 hot spot that has been transformed from the city that never sleeps into a surreal ghost town. Describe the view from your perspective.