CUSTOM ROV

c. 2015
Our deep-water ROV, the Chinook is a true workhorse. This ROV offers a stable platform yet remains compact and easy to use. The Chinook has a wide range of capabilities, including extra thrusters, navigational and searching aids, manipulators, tool skids and more.

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CUSTOM ROV

c. 2015
The first fully redesigned ROV at SEAMOR; the Steelhead is a portable, lightweight and stable underwater system that is easily operated through intuitive flight controls. Its small profile allows this vehicle to inspect confined spaces and be easily stowed.

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Search and Recovery – SEAMOR Marine ROVs in the field

When the worst case scenario happens, SEAMOR Marine ROVs can be trusted to get the job done. Search and Recovery is a challenging and important application where our ROVs have been able to assist law enforcement agencies and SAR teams. In a recent missing person case in Chatham County, North Carolina; law enforcement officials used…

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SEAMOR Marine celebrates 10 years in business

Today we celebrate SEAMOR Marine’s 10th anniversary! Over the past ten years, President Robin Li (right) together with Owner/Controller Inja Ma (left) grew SEAMOR from a small corner in a shared office to its current operations today. Thanks to our hardworking team of employees and worldwide network of dealers, we have been successful in developing…

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Premier of British Columbia visits SEAMOR Marine

SEAMOR Marine was selected to be a stop on the Premier of British Columbia, the Honourable Christy Clark, tour of Nanaimo yesterday. Accompanied by the Honourable Michelle Stilwell, MLA (Parksville-Qualicum) and multiple-time gold medal Paralympian, and Paris Gaudet, Executive Director for Innovation Island, Premier Clark toured our Nanaimo, British Columbia facility.   We were pleased…

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SEAMOR Marine Helps Recover Sunken Local Tugboat

When two tugboats collided off the coast of Nanaimo in late May 2016, SEAMOR Marine Ltd. was quick on the scene to offer help. The accident occurred the evening of May 24, 2016 in the south of Nanaimo between Duke Point and Gabriola Island. Two tug boats were running alongside one another, when one ship,…

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