2012 Vessels

The following vessels took part in the Oceanology International 2012 event:

  • Yantlet

    The Port of London SeaBat equipped survey vessel YANTLET run demonstrations with the latest Reson products.

    Visitors had a chance to sail on her and experience the latest Reson technology up close.

  • FS Borda

    BORDA is a 1100 full load displacement tonnage French Navy survey vessel of the Laperouse Class. She was commissioned in 1989 and is based at Brest.

    With a maximum speed of 15 knots and a range of 6000 miles, she is fitted with Thales (Thompson) DUBM active search HF towed side scan sonar, Kongsberg /Simrad shallow water multi path echo sounder and Thales magnetometer and sediment echo sounder. She carries VH8 survey launches.

  • Predator

    Sonardyne International demonstrated a range of acoustic and inertial navigation based solutions from onboard PREDATOR.

    The vessel is a 10 metre commercial catamaran with large deck area, spacious accommodation and proven track record in the marine industry.

  • Haliotis

    HALIOTIS is a recent oceanographic launch, dedicated to acoustic imagery/bathymetry.
    This vessel is specially designed to map the nature and the morphology of the seabed in very shallow waters (water depth between 1 and 20 metres).

    Thanks to a semi-articulated truck, equipped with a mounted crane, it is easy to deploy HALIOTIS everywhere (sea, estuary, lake, river).

  • workglop 128

    Ecoceane, created in 2003 is a fast growing company exclusively designing and building integrated solid and liquid pollution clean up vessels. It successfully supplied 9 vessels to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010.

    The Workglop range is a significant development. Workglop 128 was officially launched in Paris in September 2011. A 13 metre vessel with twin 260 HP propulsion, and a deck crane it has a variety of supply boat roles to play as well as spill response.

  • Atlantic Cougar

    Unique Wind Farm support and Offshore/Inshore Survey Catamaran.
    With accommodation for 18 persons in 9 twin cabins (inc crew), large deck areas, crane and her Dynamic Positioning system (multiple thrusters) with heading stabilised Joystick Control, the vessel is capable of many offshore support roles: Combining accommodation with personnel transfer, long endurance and stability.

    Atlantic Cougar also suits Guardship, Hydrographic survey and supply.

  • Kommandoren

    The Kommandoren is an 1891 Danish built sailing cargo vessel. She has been the symbol of Hays Ships for over 30 years and is a regular visitor to Oceanology International.

    The vessel is for company meetings.

  • Geo Motion

    Kongsberg Maritime will be providing waterborne demonstrations during the exhibition utilising the Geo Plus survey vessel “Geo Motion”.

    Demonstration equipment will include the Kongsberg EM2040 dual Rx multibeam system, EA440 single beam system with sidescan and the Seapath 330+ attitude system.

  • Thames Guardian

    The vessel has been recently introduced into service with the UK Environment Agency, undertaking a wide range of sampling and survey activities predominantly in the River Thames and its Estuary.

    The vessel’s Owner, Briggs Marine, has a £39million, 15 year contract to provide vessels and vessel management to the Environment Agency and ‘Thames Guardian’ represents one of the 5 Coastal and Inshore vessels being built in close cooperation with Environment Agency for their use.

    The vessels are also available for commercial works.

Oceanology always delivers the customers we want. Back in 2014, of course! Kevin Edwards, Sales & Marketing Manager, Valeport Ltd
Another excellent show meeting clients new and old, together with the large number of contractors who make efforts to visit us at our stand. Looking forward to 2014 already. Mr Richard Tozer, Managing Director, G.O.S.S. Consultants Ltd
Even with a modestly sized stand we managed to make our existence known to a large number of industry protagonists. Robert Edrington, Director, Gem Elettronica S.r.l.
Great show, well attended on the whole by high quality personnel. Chris Leech, Director, Geomatrix Earth Science
Oceanology International remains the key International exhibition for our company Mr Greg Fletcher, WASSP Ltd
Oceanology International is truly the world's marine science and ocean technology community event. The quality of contacts is simply outstanding. This year was our best Oceanology International ever. Karine Buckwell, CodaOctopus
Oceanology International is an ideal market platform to reach key people in the oceanographic sector word-wide Jens Focke, ATLAS ELEKTRONIK
Very good level of exhibitors and as well of visitors. Massimo Rollino, Export Manager, Tecnikabel
We've made great contacts. Oceanology International is the only event we attend with a truly international exposure. We've met around 120 contacts per day. Sarah Zweng, Marketing & Communicator Co-ordinator, Liquid Robotics
At Oceanology we get to meet people that we never get to see in person and make new contacts. We've particularly received interest in our most expensive equipment. Becky Childs, Marketing, OSIL
It was a real blast. We will certainly come back. We're very surprised on the interest we received. Our prize draw attracted 400/480 business cards on our pod. Sarah Cracroft, Commercial Manager, Everard Insurance Brokers Ltd
Oceanology 2012 has undoubtedly been our most successful show ever! As always it's an excellent platform for showcasing our new products and expanding capabilities. See you at Oceanology 2014! Mr Jamie Sangster, Marketing Coordinator
Oceanology International 2012 opened up a whole new Client base for our company. We cannot thank Reed Exhibitions staff highly enough for the way they acted - professional, but with care and attention to the needs of a new exhibitor! Mike Stuck, AIMS Ltd
For Oceanology International 2012, we received very positive feedback, welcoming many visitors, various overseas consultants and clients.  Our Geotechnical, Geophysical, Metocean and Marine divisions generated numerous leads for future business development prospects. Jessica Holmes, GEMS Survey Limited
Very informative conference, excellent papers, brilliant venue, networking with old friends and new contacts. Business is done here, I love it! Ed Danson, Consultant, C&C Technologies
Find out what the rest of the industry is doing and catch up with your colleagues that you don't get to see in your daily life. Mr Braun (TBC), Commercial Manager in UAE, Fugro 
This is the only conference that really engages all the relevant people: operators to contractors. You meet the people that are relevant to you in the business Ken Games, Geophysical Director, Gardline  
It's an exhibition we can't afford to miss, we use it as a benchmark, to launch new products and to get a feel of the industry. Oceanology international is by far the big event for us. It's the most recognised and international exhibition. Walter Steedman, Managing Director, Veripos  

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