About Us


SEAMOR Marine Ltd. is the manufacturer of subsea observation and inspection-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and a range of modular accessories and related devices.

Our facilities are situated on Vancouver Island, on Canada’s west coast. Our company’s focus is on the design, manufacturing and distribution of SEAMOR ROV systems.

SEAMOR Marine Ltd. and its global network of sales agents are at your disposal to answer questions, and provide top quality customer service. In addition to responsive technical services, we offer comprehensive and customizable client training, and service packages for the repair and maintenance of our products.

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities


We do not currently have any job postings.

Post Secondary Co-op Opportunities

Post Secondary Co-op Opportunities

SEAMOR Marine welcomes co-op inquiries at any time.  We will review applicants and proposed areas of development on a case-by-case basis.

Student Experiences:

Manon Prairie joined SEAMOR Marine during the Summer of 2017.  As a third year Mechanical Engineering student at McGill University, Manon was eager to get hands-on experience at a robotics company.

“As the Production Planner and Coordinator Assistant, I monitored stock levels, bought parts when necessary and passed components on to be assembled by the Production staff or experimented with by the Engineers. I was able to work closely with vendors, obtaining quotes and organizing delivery schedules, learning how to establish the professional relationships that are so important in a career. Working for a small company also allowed me to gain a more practical knowledge of every step a product takes before it reaches the customers—from the initial design phase, to the production of the finished product and the financial implications of the entire project. My colleagues at SEAMOR were all very kind and knowledgeable, always ready to answer my questions. They demonstrated the importance of collaboration, communication and strong leadership while working through engineering projects. By the end of my short time at SEAMOR Marine, I felt that I had really become a valued member of the team.  As I move forward in my career and continue to develop my skills, I know I shall always look back on my time here fondly.”


SEAMOR ROVs are designed to maximize the adaptability, portability, reliability, and ease of use.

Our ROV systems are designed with the end-user in mind. The modular, open-frame layout allows for ease of access into the “guts” of the vehicle, which also aids in the integration of equipment such as the SEAMOR 7 function manipulator system (7 H-Arm), tooling, navigational aids and inspection sensors.

SEAMOR ROV users count on the reliability of our vehicles and enjoy the minimal maintenance needed to keep their systems functioning smoothly.


SEAMOR Marine has been designing and developing ROVs for a decade.  Over this time, we have prototyped and successfully launched several different models and iterations of our ROVs.  We are proud to showcase our previous designs to demonstrate what we’ve done and how our ROVs have evolved over the years.

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.

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.

c. 2014

This ROV incorporates 1080p high definition video and a custom float paint scheme to match the colours of the client’s existing equipment as it is being used in public educational display.

c. 2014

This design was a proof-of-concept miniature ROV system employing electronics that were the precursors to the newly-revised electronics currently used in the Steelhead and Chinook models.

c. 2010

Miniature ROV designed with titanium parts and all-metal body construction as a prototype for corrosive environments.

c. 2012

This ROV was a custom system built using side frames machined out of single pieces of marine-grade plastic. This system also had Ethernet on board for an imaging sonar.

c. 2011

This unique system was developed to be towed behind a boat, while retaining vertical/lateral thrusters for maneuvering at the end of its towline.