Marine salvage is the process of rescuing a ship after it has gone through an accident or unfortunate situation. Marine salvages are classified on the basis of the work involved in the salvage process. Find out more about different types of marine salvage inside the article
Resolve Marine Group recently completed the complicated wreck removal of the bulk cement carrier MV RAYSUT II, which grounded off the pristine beaches of Al-Fazayah Beach, Salalah.
Shipwrecks are important discoveries.The most famous ship wrecks are Estonia, victory, vampire, Titanic,Andrea Doria,Carpathia,Mary rose,Vasa,rhone and sultana.
Sunken ships of the past that lie at the ocean floors have always been a matter of great curiosity among people. We bring you 10 of the most amazing sunken ships (with pictures) that rest at the bottom of the ocean floors.
Deep water recovery is the process of recovering a ship wreck or its belongings from the ocean floor. Also known as ship salvage, deep water recovery is an important activity which is carried out to retrieve valuables or protect marine environment.
The ship wreck of HMVS Cerberus rests in the Half Moon Bay in Melbourne and has been placed in the Australian National Heritage. HMVS Cerberus was the first Breastwork monitor warship in the world.
SMIT Salvage successfully removed the wreck of the TS Taipei offshore Shimen in the north of Taiwan.
OceanGate, Inc. a global leader in underwater laser scanners, have formed a strategic alliance to capture laser data of the RMS Titanic shipwreck and debris field.
A team of civilian researchers led by entrepreneur and philanthropist has announced they have found the wreck of the World War II cruiser USS Indianapolis, which was lost July 30, 1945.