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Saudi Glory - (1974-1998)
See also : Mobil Mariner (2) - (1974-1974)
"Mobil Mariner" seen here as "Saudi Glory". Build by Sumitomo Shipbuilding & Machinery Co. Ltd., Yokosuka.
276.368 DWT. Original Steam turbine 28348 kW but later (1984) a Diesel engine 26480 kW.
"Mobil Mariner" was renamed "Saudi Glory" in 1974. She kept the name untill she arrived at Chittagong,
Bangladesh for breaking in January 1998.
Saudi Glory, ex. Mobil Mariner 1974
LOA 340.80 mtr.; Beam 54.46 mtr.; Draught 21.070 mtr.; 276,368 SDWT
Built 1974 by Sumitomo Shipbuilding and Machinery Company Limited, Uraga Shipyard, Yokosuka, Japan, owned by
Mobil Shipping and Transportation Company.
She was transferred to Atlas Maritime Company S.A. management in December 1974 and renamed Saudi Glory.
Originally powered by a steam turbine, the vessel was re-engined with twin Pielstick 12VPC4 engines each
These engines operate through clutches and reduction gearing to drive a single shaft.
She kept the name untill she arrived at Chittagong, Bangladesh for breaking in January 1998.
( Copyright J + J Lassen, photocollection )
Build as "Mobil Mariner" in 1974 and renamed in 1974 as "Saudi Glory", as seen here.
"Saudi Glory", at Europoort, Rotterdam.
( Photo Copyright Pieter Melissen )
Name: Saudi Glory
IMO No: 7355404
Ex: Mobil Mariner-1974
Status: Demolished in 1998
Builder: Sumitomo H.I.
Owner: Saudi Maritime Holding
Engine Type: Steam turbines 28348 kW, rebuild with Diesel engine 26480 kW