Apart from the Esso Atlantic, the other ship to be part of the Esso Atlantic Class was the Esso Pacific and like the Esso Atlantic, this ship too was one of the only seven ships to cross the .5 million deadweight tonnage. When fully loaded, the Esso Pacific would not ply over the Suez Canal, The English Channel and the Panama Canal due to its fully laden draft of 25.3 meters.
The Esso Pacific was also constructed in 1977, just like the Esso Atlantic. It had a similar weight of 247.161 tons and a deadweight tonnage of 508,628 tons. The ship shared a history that was identical to the Esso Atlantic, moving between the same buyers and sellers and finally meeting its end in the hands of Pakistani breakers in 2002.