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Elisabeth Anderson

Elisabeth Anderson

Naval Architect / Marine Engineer

Elisabeth Anderson


Ft. Lauderdale

5410 NW 33rd Avenue Suite 100
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33309




Ms. Anderson received her Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute. She specializes in maritime losses involving vessel stability, hull structures and propulsion systems, as well as marine accident investigations, marine design evaluations and regulatory compliance review.

Prior to joining S-E-A, Ms. Anderson spent 18 years as a naval architect in various capacities in the marine and offshore energy arena. Her experience includes commercial vessels, offshore oil and gas facilities, and large yachts. Throughout her career, Ms. Anderson has conducted technical review of vessel design plans, vessel classification, performance testing, shipyard upgrades and onboard modifications, refit/repair engineering guidance, environmental compliance assessments and recommendations, vessel operational safety and hazard identification, emergency engineering support and damage response services for oil tankers, drilling rigs, and passenger vessels. Ms. Anderson has also performed jack-up rig penetration calculations and site assessments.

Ms. Anderson has extensive experience in the use and application of U.S. and international standards and treaties including SOLAS, MARPOL and related codes, as well as Flag State Rules, including US Coast Guard, Republic of Marshall Islands, Cayman Islands, Isle of Man, and Jamaica. She is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC), Women Offshore, and Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA).

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