Cape Horn Delivered into Service

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 15, 2014

Cape Horn

Cape Horn

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG), a naval architecture and marine engineering firm with offices in Seattle and Ketchikan, announced the delivery into service of the Cape Horn, a Specialty Oilfield Vessel.

EBDG partnered with Gulf of Mexico Operator SeaMar, LLC and Gulf Island Marine Fabricators on the class design and production engineering for the ship.  

"We would like to congratulate our valued client, Darrel Plaisance of SeaMar, LLC on the delivery of their EB-220CC and the shipyard on a fine build," stated Gulf Coast General Manager, Keith Keller.  

The design of the Cape Horn  was developed from concept to production in EBDG's Gulf Coast office and features an innovative tank farm unique to Specialty Design Oilfield Vessels.  EBDG provided full design services including structural, mechanical, piping and outfitting design, and served as the primary point of contact for all regulatory body requests for information.  

EBDG credits great teamwork, communication and project management expertise for the successful journey of the Cape Horn  from design to delivery and looks forward to a continued relationship with SeaMar, LLC and delivering its next vessel, the Cape Cod, into service.


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