North East based inshore diving Company established in 1993, working all over the UK. Based in South Shields on the River Tyne and with good access to the River Tyne, River Tees, Port of Sunderland and the Port of Blyth.
Since 20 years Baltic Diver Germany is on duty all over the world, wherever reliable, highly skilled and safe operations are demanded, be it commercial diving works, hydraulic engineering or salvage and maritime services. With these experiences in our background we are engaged in the installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms for more or less 10 years. As solid partner we gave support to all German offshore projects in North- and Baltic Sea.
Over the past decade the company has provided a wide range of services across the professional diving arena and has always provided a quality, professional, friendly service at a highly competitive rate.
Sea Angling, Diving & Light Workboat Charters South & East coast of Ireland
Civil engineering, salvage, construction, underwater welding, underwater burning, underwater drilling, underwater breaking, grouting, explosives, confined space teams, high ropes teams, underwater inspections, NDT testing, scour protection,
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11th - 13th June 2024
10th June 2024
Commercial Marine Network Conferences
The 25th edition of Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, provides businesses the opportunity to showcase their services, equipment, vessels and supplies to an international audience. Speed@Seawork on Monday 10 June in Cowes offers a sector specific event that showcases fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue. The Commercial Marine Network, in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, introduce Series 3 of ‘Get set for Workboat 2050’. An online conference series of expert panels navigating the waters of decarbonisation compliance and looking at practical applications across the workboat industry. Visit the Seawork Website Speed@Seawork on the Seawork Website View the Conferences on Maritime Journal
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