Marine Harvest well boat order

Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
Seacon’s new SC75 well boat design has a 3000 cubic metre capacity
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DESS/MHG (Marine Harvest) has signed a contract for its new well boats with Artic Group Ships. The SC75 boats are designed by Seacon and get the designation SC75 and the contract is for a single vessel with options for as many as three. The first delivery is planned for the second half of 2017.

The focus of the new SC75 well boat from Seacon is to make available a more affordable vessel without compromising the quality of design, comfort, safety and fish handling. According to SeaCon, the equipment and quality are in line with, or better than, what is available on similar vessels.

The design is for a 75.70 metre overall well boat with a 15 metre beam and a 3000 cubic metre tank capacity for live transport of salmon. These tanks can also be used for debugging, using either solely using fresh water or with hydrogen peroxide.

The SC75 design was developed in collaboration with Artic Group Ships and Havyard MMC Fosnavåg, using 3D modelling to arrange and place the various elements. SeaCon’s thinking is that this simpler concept and different approach to assembling the vessel and its fish handling systems result in a lower cost build. The 3D method also means that the relationship between design and functionality are optimal. Model tests were also carried out to find the ideal hull shape.

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