Seven Seas Water was established in the US Virgin Islands in 1996 with a mission to provide water management services to clients in the water scarce region of the Caribbean. In late 2006, the founders of Seven Seas Water reached out to one of the industry’s leading experts in the outsourced water service business, Doug Brown, to collaborate and develop a strategy to expand the Seven Seas Water solution. Mr. Brown brought together one of the strongest teams of professionals in the water industry who would help the company grow. Seven Seas Water came under this new management in 2007 and quickly attracted investors, raising the capital required to expand throughout the Caribbean, enter the South American market and begin exploring opportunities in the Middle East. The Company became one of the fastest growing privately owned companies in the water industry and has continued to expand year after year.

SSW History

1912
1912

First Desalination Plant

First fixed desalination plant for municipal supply constructed in Egypt. 75 m³/day – enough for 600 people in Egypt today.

1949
1949

Ionics

Ionics, Inc. founded

1955
1955

Desalination Technologies

US Office of Saline Water pioneered R&D of desalination technologies. This shaped the subsequent development of the industry, including the..Read More

2006
2006

AquaVenture Holdings

Formation of AquaVenture Holdings, LLC

2007
2007

AquaVenture Acquires Seven Seas Water

AquaVenture Holdings acquires Seven Seas Water desalination operations in U.S. Virgin Islands.

2007

AquaVenture Acquires Leeward Water Services

AquaVenture Holdings acquires Leeward Water Services desalination operations in Turks & Caicos.

2007

AquaVenture Acquires TCI

AquaVenture Holdings acquires TCI Limited Co. desalination operations in Turks & Caicos.

2007

Seven Seas Water Opens Tampa Headquarters

Seven Seas Water Corporation under new management opens its headquarters in Tampa, Florida to manage all AquaVenture Holdings desalination operations.

2007

New Desalination Plant in Cupecoy

Sint Maarten Government awards contract for new desalination plant in Cupecoy and the transfer of the water supply contract for..Read More

2008
2008

Acquires Operations at Cay Bay

Acquires the desalination operations at Cay Bay, Sint Maarten.