The objective of this investigation is to develop a total Lagrangian nonincremental liquid sloshing solution procedure based on the finite element (FE) absolute nodal coordinate formulation (ANCF). The proposed liquid sloshing modeling approach can be used to avoid the difficulties of integrating most of fluid dynamics formulations, which are based on the Eulerian approach, with multibody system (MBS) dynamics formulations, which are based on a total Lagrangian approach. The proposed total Lagrangian FE fluid dynamics formulation, which can be systematically integrated with computational MBS algorithms, differs significantly from the conventional FE or finite volume methods which are based on an Eulerian representation that employs the velocity field of a fixed control volume in the region of interest. The ANCF fluid equations are expressed in terms of displacement and gradient coordinates of material points, allowing for straightforward implementation of kinematic constraint equations and for the systematic modeling of the interaction of the fluid with the external environment or with rigid and flexible bodies. The fluid incompressibility conditions and surface traction forces are considered and derived directly from the Navier–Stokes equations. Two ANCF brick elements, one is obtained using an incomplete polynomial representation and the other is obtained from a B-spline volume representation, are used. The new approach ensures the continuity of the displacement gradients at the nodal points and allows for imposing higher degree of continuity across the element interface by applying algebraic constraint equations that can be used to eliminate dependent variables and reduce the model dimensionality. Regardless of the magnitude of the fluid displacement, the fluid has a constant mass matrix, leading to zero Coriolis and centrifugal forces. The analysis presented in this paper demonstrates the feasibility of developing an efficient nonincremental total Lagrangian approach for modeling sloshing problems in MBS system applications in which the bodies can experience large displacements including finite rotations. Several examples are presented in order to shed light on the potential of using the ANCF liquid sloshing formulation developed in this study.