Vessels

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Built in 2016, this DSV is the best option for clients with offshore inspection and maintenance activities, using divers or ROVs. Its differential is operational flexibility and a mobilized diving system. Vessels can execute services in different units for 24 hours, not needing to remain fixed until the end of the service. This operational flexibility assures around the clock availability for our clients. The vessel was customized to work as close as possible to O&G platforms, consuming approximately 25% of the fuel volume compared to similar vessels used for dive support.

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Built in 2001, this MPSV is the best option for clients with offshore inspection and maintenance activities, designed to perform several services, such as logistic support, anchor handling, data survey, emergency response, construction projects support and subsea installations maintenance, using divers or ROVs. Its differential is operational flexibility and a mobilized diving system. The vessel can execute services in different units for 24 hours, not needing to remain fixed until the end of the service. This operational flexibility assures around the clock availability for our clients. The vessel was customized to work as close as possible to O&G platforms.

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Built in 2016, this DSV is the best option for clients with offshore inspection and maintenance activities, using divers or ROVs. Its differential is operational flexibility and a mobilized diving system. Vessels can execute services in different units for 24 hours, not needing to remain fixed until the end of the service. This operational flexibility assures around the clock availability for our clients. The vessel was customized to work as close as possible to O&G platforms, consuming approximately 25% of the fuel volume compared to similar vessels used for dive support.

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Built in 2016, this DSV is the best option for clients with offshore inspection and maintenance activities, using divers or ROVs. Its differential is operational flexibility and a mobilized diving system. Vessels can execute services in different units for 24 hours, not needing to remain fixed until the end of the service. This operational flexibility assures around the clock availability for our clients. The vessel was customized to work as close as possible to O&G platforms, consuming approximately 25% of the fuel volume compared to similar vessels used for dive support.

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Built in 2016, it has 5 anchoring winches, each with 500 meters of steal cable and 10 tons, with larger dimensions and deck capacity than OCEANICASUB II. It supports anchored diving, ROV operation and it has anchoring capacity that can reach to 90 meters depth.

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Built in 2011, it has 4 anchoring winches, each with 500 meters of steal cable and 10 tons, with anchoring capacity up to 50 meters depth.

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Small size vessel for marine support that uses one engine for shallow dives. It was the first vessel to perform in dive activity in Brazil’s northeast coast together with Petrobras. It is still operating.

LDBs (Light Dive Boat) Arrow

Small size vessel (son) that is launched from the main vessel (father) in a shallow dive system, known as Father & Son system. It operates up to 30 meters depth, and is a complementary vessel to perform the activities that DSVs (father) can’t perform due to their size.

Commercial contact

Brazil
Leonardo Duran
Leonardo Duran New business/BDM Manager 55 (21) 99309-4049 55 (21) 2139-4278
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