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Photographer:René Beauchamp [View profile]Title:EMPIRE STATE VAdded:Nov 04, 2014
Captured:June 20, 1982IMO:7941904Hits:1,161
Location:Montreal, Canada
Photo Category: Training Ships
Description:
Training ship Empire State owned by the New York Maritime College visiting Montreal. Converted from the transport Barrett in 1973. Broken up in 2007 under the name State.
Photo M.Piché, courtesy collection G.Dontigny.
Vessel Identification
Name:State
IMO:7941904
Former name(s):
- Empire State (Until 1990)
- Empire State V (Until 1990)
- Barrett (Until 1974)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Training Ship
Gross tonnage:13,319 tons
Summer DWT:10,600 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1952
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (3)

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REG on Dec 24, 2014 14:21 (4 years ago)
I was a cadet on this ship during her first voyage as a training ship in 1975, when we also sailed her up the St. Lawrence River. However, during that voyage we did not stop at Montreal, but at the City of Quebec.
REG on Dec 24, 2014 14:16 (4 years ago)
This was one of 3 passenger ships laid down for American President Lines, and was to have been called President Jackson. However, after the Korean War began the 3 incomplete liners were taken over by the U.S. Navy and completed as troop transports. In fact, they were to be the last troop transports operated by the U.S. Navy. Upon completion this ship was named USNS Barrett (T-AP-196).

In 1974 she was given to the New York Maritime College to serve as a training ship and renamed Empire State V.
MattyBoy on Nov 04, 2014 23:13 (4 years ago)
Lovely. She's VERY easy on the eye. Good capture.
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