Delivery & Naming of Atlantic Offshore´s ERRV – Ocean Marlin

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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On August, 13th the delivery and naming ceremony of our last construction, the ERRV C722- Ocean Marlin - for Atlantic Offshore was performed. The event was held in the Norwegian town of Stavanger, where Mrs. Apeland H. Anni acted as godmother. On this day, the ship was opened to guests and employees of Total E&P.

The Ocean Marlin was built in our Zamakona Yards shipyard in San Sebastián and among its main features we find 66.8 m length by 16 m beam, 68.3 tons bollard pull and a cruising speed of 14 knots. The vessel offers accommodation for 21 people.

The Ocean Marlin is the second of 3 vessels signed by our group with the Atlantic Offshore Company and starts a contract of 4 + 4 years with Total E&P in the Martin Linge field.

From Zamakona Yards we are very proud of this new building and very grateful to Atlantic Offshore for their confidence in our group!

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