Delmar Completes Mooring Project for Royal Caribbean Cruises

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Delmar Systems, Inc. played an integral role in installing a preset mooring system off the coast of Labadee, Haiti for the world’s largest cruise ship. Under contract with Royal Caribbean International, Inc., Delmar’s Gulf of Mexico-based anchor handling crews performed the installation of a 12-anchor preinstalled, all-chain mooring system for the M/V Voyager of the Seas. This system supports the 142,000-ton, 1,020-foot Miami-based cruise ship when moored in port.

The M/V Voyager of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999, has total accommodations for 5,019, including crew. This revolutionary marvel of naval engineering supports an ice skating rink, rock-climbing wall and five-story movie theater. The vessel is presently cruising the Caribbean making several ports of call, including Haiti.

Delmar is an integrated service provider offering the latest mooring systems and technology with the most experienced and dedicated personnel available. The company specializes in mooring installation, equipment and engineering-related services.