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Fugro Aquarius is a Brazilian-built DP2 ROV Support Vessel (RSV) designed specifically to service the Brazilian market. This is a highly versatile vessel, measuring 83 metres long, with a deck area of 520 square metres and accommodation for 60 people.
Tidewater DP2 ROV support vessel, the Campos Tide, available for charter in Australia, Singapore, Southeast Asia and surrounding areas. Full Vessel Specifications Available Below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx1n7EJMPtnUREJsTThHeHQ2TVE/view?usp=sharing
Offshore Vessels are specially designed ships for transporting goods and personnel to offshore oil platform that operate deep in oceans. The size of these vessels ranges between 20 meters and 100 meters. They are good at accomplishing a variety of tasks in the supply chain. The category may include Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), offshore barges, and all types of specialty vessels including Anchor Handling Vessels, Drilling Vessels, Well Intervention Vessels, Ice Breaking Vessels, Cable Laying Vessels, Seismic Vessels, and Fire Fighting Vessels. ⚓️ For more videos like this click like and subscribe ⚓️ ⛴Ships: 00:10 - Platform Supply Vessel 01:47 - Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel 03:33 - ROV Support Vessel 05:47 - FPSO 06:22 - Multipurpose Subsea Support Vessel 10:03 - Drillship 🎼Musi...
DSV Vinnice Diving Support Vessel DP-2 (Air Diving, Saturation Diving, ROV, Heavy Lift, Subsea Support and Maintenance) IMO: 9693886 MMSI: 657118300 Call Sign: 5NZG Flag: Nigeria Gross Tonnage: 4760 Deadweight: 3158 t Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 85m × 22m Year Built: 2014 Owner: Petrolog Limited
C-Innovation testing ROVs on the 'Island Venture' offshore construction vessel prior to the ship's delivery from ULSTEIN.
This short video shows an overview of the mobilization and offshore operation of a Boskalis Offshore (formerly SMIT Subsea) diving project at the North Sea using the DP3 DSV EDT Protea as a diving platform. Boskalis Offshore Subsea Services operates Dive Support Vessels with divers and ROVs onboard to perform diving/ROV services for the offshore industry: - Surface demand diving services (air/nitrox/mixed-gas) - Saturation diving services - ROV services - Associated services: project management, subsea engineering, marine services and vessels
Types of Offshore Vessels #OQ Types of Offshore Vessels #OQ Types of Offshore Vessels #OQ Offshore Vessels are specially designed ships for transporting goods and personnel to offshore oil platform that operate deep in oceans. The size of these vessels ranges between 20 meters and 100 meters. They are good at accomplishing a variety of tasks in the supply chain. The category may include Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), offshore barges, and all types of specialty vessels including Anchor Handling Vessels, Drilling Vessels, Well Intervention Vessels, Ice Breaking Vessels, Cable Laying Vessels, Seismic Vessels, and Fire Fighting Vessels. ⚓️ For more videos like this click like and subscribe ⚓️ ⛴Ships: 00:10 - Platform Supply Vessel 01:47 - Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel 03:33 - ROV Suppo...
A few clips I put together from the ROV footage and GoPro we attached to it. Very clear conditions to dive in, at least for the North Sea, it was a good job with a good crew. The original is HD, but my bandwidth won't allow me to post a file this size conveniently, I'll upload that when I get to civilisation! Music: Dry The Rain by The Beta Band.
The Rockwater 2 is a diving vessel. • Length 119m x breadth 22m • Deck area 1,150m² • Accommodation for 106 persons • Heave compensated 200t offshore crane with 300t harbour lift capacity (2 fall mode when lifting 200t) • 1 x work-class ROV • 16-man single bell saturation dive system rated to 300m and one hyperbaric lifeboat General Information Classification LR, +100A1, LMC, DP(AA) UMS, Ice-class 3 Built de Hoop, Netherlands (1984) Flag State Authority Bahamas Maritime Authority Port of Registry Nassau Dimensions Length Overall 118.55m Breadth 22m Depth 7.6m Draught (summer) 5.312m Deadweight 3,023.9t Gross Tonnage 5,991t Net Tonnage 1,797t Manoeuvring and Propulsion Systems Main Engines 5 x 1,700kW (Brons-MAN ASL25/30) Generators 5 x 2,125kVA (NEBB WAB 630) Emergency Generator 1 x GM Typ...
Testing an ROV down to 3000m. This is a documentary about testing the only Australian designed and built work class ROV - TMT's Typhoon MK2. It was tested in the Perth Canyon which is off the coast of Western Australia. (An ROV is a remotely operated underwater vehicle, they are used mostly in the offshore oil and gas industry). Spoiler Alert: it passed the test!
It's HOT, we are Closed, but people like Hollis from Texas and Laurens from Portugal will still show up want to work. And work they have. But I'm still making headway on the ROV because Hollis is returning crew and both of these guys are mechanical engineers with hands on experience from ship and farm respectively. Patrons and Other Support: http://wp.me/P6ivyU-1wT FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/SailingVesselSeeker/ Blog: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/blog/ Store: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/sv-seeker-2/shop/
About "I samaka" ROV is the 1st Egyptian Observational Class ROV capable of doing Offshore Services 15 meters underwater. Mission Passing by MIE (Made In Egypt) Competition .. Our target is standing in the 1st place as our "I samaka" ROV is the 1st Egyptian Observational Class ROV capable of doing Offshore Services 15 meters underwater. Description • " I Samaka " ROV was built by a team of Electro-Mechanical engineers from Alexandria University, Egypt • The project objective is the design and manufacture of a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV). An underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is a mobile robot designed for aquatic work environments. It may be used for surveillance missions, underwater explorations and debris removal in environments underwater that are hardly or unsaf...
South Africa, Oakland California, New Zealand, Spokane Washington, and Tulsa were all represented on-board Seeker last weekend. Norway is in route and stuck in Chicago tonight. It is such a great experience to visit with such talented creators from all over the world. And many thanks you! You viewers have purchased over 600 raffle tickets to help setup Mike with 3 phase power and anything else we can get him and his new shop. We'll have Mike's cast iron girl friends humming again soon, and he'll once again be cranking out parts. We really don't need any more money, but if you really want to support Mike making parts for the boat then you can still buy a raffle ticket of my old Leatherman at our overpriced Junk Store: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/product/leatherman-raffle/ Thanks a...
http://museum.wa.gov.au/explore/sydney/2015-expedition In May 2015, Curtin researchers participated in an eight-day expedition to the wrecks of the Australian light cruiser HMAS Sydney II and the German raider HSK Kormoran, which sank each other off Western Australia’s coast in November 1941. The wrecks lie in 2,500 metres of water, 20 kilometres apart, approximately 200 kilometres west of Shark Bay. The Sydney-Kormoran Project, a collaboration between the WA Museum, Curtin University, and offshore services company DOF Subsea, is using the latest imaging technology to capture the unique heritage value of the two ships so they can be investigated, managed and interpreted for future generations. Researchers are working toward the development of an interactive 3D model of the wrecks that w...
The United States Department of Transportation's Maritime Safety and Security Information System is a novel, low cost, and rapidly deployed, global vessel traffic monitoring system used to enhance Global Maritime Domain Awareness. The program is a 2008 Innovations in American Government Award winner.
Evolving Roles of the Research Vessels, panel discussion moderated by David McKinnie, NOAA, followed by a Q&A session Panel Participants: Marc Nokin, IFREMER; Bruce Appelgate, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Ridwan Djamaluddin, BPPT, Indonesia; Peter Ortner, UNOLS; RDML David A. Score, NOAA New research vessel designs aim to increase flexibility and adaptability, drive down operating costs, and extend the reach.
HIPS and SIPS supports over 40 multibeam, backscatter, side scan sonar and LiDAR formats, allowing it to process data from virtually any system configuration. The software also includes the latest seafloor classification tools and workflows, allowing the optimum amount of information to be extracted from seafloor measurements. The latest technologies on 3D visualization are incorporated into HIPS and SIPS making the processing and analysis of hydrographic, oceanographic or any other marine environment very efficient. HIPS and SIPS now offers 64-bit support, providing users with the ability to handle large multibeam sonar datasets even faster. This additional processing efficiency allows organizations to make significant timesavings, which is crucial in the marine surveying industry
Απόσπασμα: Υποθαλάσσια Επιθεώρηση Πλοίου Ε/Γ – Ο/Γ με ηλεκτρονικό τεχνολογικό εξοπλισμό απευθείας επικοινωνίας & μετάδοσης εικόνας στην επιφάνεια ώστε να δίνονται, επιτόπιες κατευθύνσεις, οδηγίες και να μεταβιβάζονται αυτοστιγμή αιτήματα για εστίαση σε επίμαχα σημεία . part of: underwater survey ship's SURVEY’S CONDITIONS:U/W VISIBILITY MED VERTICAL SIDES (port and starboard) FLAT OF BOTTOM BILGE KEELS (Port and Starboard) SEA CHEST GRATING PROPELLER TAIL SHAFT CLEARANCE THRUSTERS STERN FRAME RUDDER ANODES SEAMS CAVITATIONS
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We spent 4 months exploring this epic African city! Cape Town turned out to be by far my favorite summer city! At this point we’d been moving constantly for over 13 months and where more than ready to taste the city life again! And it was cheap too! The exchange rate gave us a really sweet deal. So guess what we did after months out on the water? Sat in the air-conditioned movie theater snacking on popcorn, took long hot showers, ate bacon for breakfast and climbed mountains! We also decided to throw a little video competition, to find our new crew for next seasons adventure! Hope you enjoy, it was a tricky but awesome video to make 😀 Much Love, Karin and the crew! Subscribe at http://youtube.com/svdelos This is our story, a story of three souls sailing around the world. It is a story...
Love New England. I was not planing on a vacation but the ability to see so many boats, of so many varieties and especially the Draken Harald was too much to pass up. And it was especially convenient once we could combine it with a road trip west to pickup a gift of inverters and a bank of nickle iron batteries from Ron Buttke in Janesville Wisconsin. And while so close we made it to Lincoln Nebraska to visit relatives and milk goats. Betsy did a fantastic job with the itinerary. Boats, more boats, museums , pirates, great food and even a chance to say howdy to Keith Fenner. We'll be back. Hang two lanterns in the belfry. --Doug Patrons and Other Support: http://wp.me/P6ivyU-1wT FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/SailingVesselSeeker/ Blog: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/blog/ Store:...
Alexis and Josh have made it out to Colorado, and Kevin and picked up where they left off. Meanwhile Paul has been prepping the main mast sections to be joined. Bart and I have been working on floor tiles, and Betsy has been filling orders from the Junk Store and working on the foresail. Many thanks to everybody that has been shopping at our Overpriced Junk Store. We appreciate the support. --Doug FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/SailingVesselSeeker/ Blog: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/blog/ Store: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/sv-seeker-2/shop/
We're having a blast on vacation. It's the first time I've been to New England to see the sights, and it has been fantastic. Tall ships, small ships and all ships in between. Lobstah, Stuffys, Clams and Chowdah. Mystic Seaport tops the list. And touring the Draken Harald was a read treat. http://www.drakenexpeditionamerica.com/ We'll post from Wisconsin next week with a really nice surprise gift for SV Seeker. Mayflower II Rebuild: https://www.plimoth.org/mayflowerlive Patrons and Other Support: http://wp.me/P6ivyU-1wT FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/SailingVesselSeeker/ Blog: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/blog/ Store: http://www.svseeker.com/wp/sv-seeker-2/shop/