Marine & Offshore

Seven Pacific

Project information

Project Seven Pacific

Croon Marine & Offshore was the electrical system integrator and installation contractor for this new build project at IHC Merwede. The Seven Pacific is a vessel with high-end technology. Building a vessel of this kind requires technological knowhow and experience in building such a complex vessel. The Seven Pacific is a multi-purpose offshore support vessel which meets the highest standards and latest regulations. The vessel was designed for the exchangeable service of pipe storage systems and pipelaying systems all over the world. The primary focus is the flexible pipes, which can be stored and transferred in different ways, five reels on the main deck or two large carousels below the main deck.

IHC Krimpen Yard 
The Seven Pacific was built at the IHC Merwede yard in the Netherlands as a sister to the Seven Oceans, Seven Seas and Seven Atlantic, all commissioned by SURF contractor Subsea 7.

Croon managed, engineered, integrated, installed and commissioned the
following systems:

  •  High and low-voltage systems, switchgear, distribution panels andpower management system
  •  Diesel electrical propulsion, 3 x 2,950 kW + 2 x 2,400 kW + 1 x 2,200kW
  •  Transformers
  •  Alarm monitoring and control system
  •  Navigation and external communication system
  •  Telephone, general alarm and public address system
  •  Control desks
  •  Fire detection system
  •  Dynamic positioning system, including positioning reference systems
  •  Complete cabling
Main data
Name Seven Pacific
Type of Vessel Multi-Purpose Offshore Support Vessel
Delivered in 2010
Length overall 121.15 m
DP 2
Total installed power 13,840 kW
Main crane capacity 250 t
Pipelay capacity 3,000 t
Operation depth 3,000 m