10-12 March 2026
London, Excel

Derinsu Underwater Engineering

Stand No. H200

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Derinsu developed, designed and launched Turkish Offshore Survey Vessels, RV DERINSU and RV BELUGA previously. On its 24th year, Derinsu proudly adds an DP2 Vessel with an 80m length to its vessel pool; OPTIMUS PRIME, which will be the largest Multipurpose Offshore Survey & Support Vessel in private sector of Turkey.

The high-power availability, DP-2 system and large moon-pool make her perfect for working in adverse conditions. The Vessel has proven capability in providing ROV operations, offshore survey operations, intervention support as well as support for construction work scopes. The proven and reliable design allows rapid deployment worldwide. Advanced fuel-efficient diesel electric propulsion system, providing excellent sea keeping capabilities. The vessel is also prepared for installation of any WROV on the Mezzanine deck and Heave Compensated Geotechnical Drill Rig.

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Derinsu: Turkey’s leading Offshore Survey and Engineering Company.

In 2022, Derinsu celebrates its 24th year in the Turkish offshore survey industry. Since its establishment in 1998, Derinsu has become a major service supplier for Offshore Energy Projects, Offshore Engineering and Subsea Defense in Turkey.

Derinsu has capability to perform offshore surveys for deep water, based on oil and gas site investigations, including ROV, hydrography, oceanography, geophysics, geotechnical and environmental monitoring.

Derinsu combines 24 years of experience with the deployment of the latest technologies, highly skilled engineers and effective QHSE systems for excellence in offshore projects.

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