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  • 02/21/14--01:22: test
  • I don't like his User Name! Shocked

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  • 02/21/14--01:22: WROV 125-150Hp wanted
  • My Company have a nice 125hp Quantum sat in a shed in Middlesbrough.

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  • 02/22/14--04:15: WROV 125-150Hp wanted
  • If you sign up to Deep Search your find many vehicles to rent or buy .
    www.m-are.com

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  • 02/22/14--04:15: Selection of Requirements
  • Hi Everybody,

    Please find below a selection of our current ROV / Trenching requirements:

    1) Trenching Supervisors Required - Caspian Sea - Start Date March '14 (subject to LOI and Visa arrangements) - 52/28 day rotation schedule - Client is looking to retain candidates on a daily rate "Recruitment Contract" (i.e. through their payroll) - no fixed dayrate or salary offered by client - strong option if you are looking for job security in a single location through 2014

    2) Trenching Pilot Techs & Supervisors Required - Caspian Sea - Start Date March ' 14 (subject to LOI and Visa Arrangements) - 4/4 rotation schedule - Regular Freelance Basis

    3) ROV Pilot Techs, Sub Engs and Supervisors Required - Regular Rotation and Long Term Contract work in China - Schilling UHD - Subsea Construction Experience Preferred - Mandarin Chinese Speakers Preferred (but not essential) - Candidates with Chinese Visas / Residents Permit Preferred (but not essential)

    4) ROV Supervisors Required - Regular Rotation and Long Term Contract Work in China - FCV Work Class ROV - Broad Project Experience Requested - Mndarin Chinese Speakers Preferred (but not essential) - Candidates with Chinese Visas / Residents Permit Preferred (but not essential)

    If you are interested in finding out more about these positions, please send your CV and certs to LStephenson@atlasprofessionals.com or wbest@atlasprofessionals.com.

    Have an enjoyable weekend!

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    Thanks for the update Will.

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  • 02/22/14--04:15: test
  • Black Dog wrote:
    I don't like his User Name! Shocked


    Watch your back! Wink

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  • 02/23/14--09:52: WROV 125-150Hp wanted
  • How about these guys :-

    http://www.deepwater-rental.com/news-resources/deepwater-rental-and-supply-announces-new-alliance-with-sub-dimension-engineering-co-ltd

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    IMHO Seaeye would be your best route:

    Seaeye Falcon is out - rated to 300m water depth.
    Seaeye tiger is out - rated to -1000m water depth.

    I'd consider the Seeye Lynx
    Rated to -1500m
    http://www.seaeye.com/lynx.html

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    Video here: http://www.seaeye.com/videos/lynx.mpg

    For the areas you are intending to operate in I would strongly suggest Seaeye's Type 8 Tether Management System (TMS), which provides a 200 metre excursion radius.

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    Try free swimming offshore with a small vehicle such as this and it will all end in tears!

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  • 02/23/14--09:52: New technology
  • I could talk about this for hours. In short, I'm not going to influence you with my views on remaining independent vs. seeking finance to develop a product or get negative on the harsh realities of commerce in a globalised industry.

    "Patent, keep secret and be FIRST."

    I have no free cash available at the moment to help I'm afraid; every last ducket is going to DNV for a TQ project.

    I did talk to this chap having warned him about the dangers of disclosure and not to divulge to me anything he wasn't prepared to see on facebook, but one point I need to make here specifically.

    "If you are in the employ of another, please check your contract for any hidden dangerous terms regarding ownership of IPR generated during the service of that contract."

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    rovtech74 wrote:
    go for the seaeye , less downtime ......


    Than what?

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  • 02/24/14--11:39: New technology
  • Savante wrote:
    I could talk about this for hours. In short, I'm not going to influence you with my views on remaining independent vs. seeking finance to develop a product or get negative on the harsh realities of commerce in a globalised industry.

    "Patent, keep secret and be FIRST."

    I have no free cash available at the moment to help I'm afraid; every last ducket is going to DNV for a TQ project.

    I did talk to this chap having warned him about the dangers of disclosure and not to divulge to me anything he wasn't prepared to see on facebook, but one point I need to make here specifically.

    "If you are in the employ of another, please check your contract for any hidden dangerous terms regarding ownership of IPR generated during the service of that contract."


    As expected 'Savanate' came through with very sound advice/input Thumb Up

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    Mermaid Offshore Services are currently hiring experienced SMD Quasar personnel for an upcoming vessel based project in the Gulf of Thailand carrying out IRM work.

    This contract starts around April 1st.

    Personnel Required:

    2 x Supervisors
    3 x Pilot technicians

    Personnel should have five years experience with two years on vehicle type.

    Please send applications with CV to:

    Email: robert.b@mermaid-maritime.com

    ROV Operations Manager
    Mermaid Offshore Services Ltd.
    (A subsidiary of Mermaid Maritime PLC.)
    789/55 Moo 1, Pinthong Industrial Estate,
    Nongkham, Sriracha,
    Chonburi 20230
    Thailand

    Office: (+66) (0) 38 318 300

    Web : www.mermaid-maritime.com

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  • 02/27/14--18:51: New technology
  • Hi Jamesmc,

    Thanks for the info, savante was great to speak with, very knowledgeable in the info I was needing, thanks savante,

    I have had to accept the old saying in, you need money to make money, especially in this market, I guess this will be another idea I see developed in years too come and complain to the missus that I had that idea first.


    Thanks everyone for their input,

    Mad

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    Just had a thought, feel free to develop it!

    How about an escape pod?

    Fitted with EPIRBS, flotation, independent air supply, fire suppression (or re-route fuel and lube/hyraulic oil) and air braking/parachute, self-righting. All fitted within a carbon fibre/Kevlar enclosure.

    Any issue with airworthiness, the pilot issues an alert, presses the jettison button and away you go!

    At the moment we are at the mercy of the airframe/aircrew and I'm not blaming anybody but a testable/survivable module should help to reduce casualties and eliminate any fears.

    Think of the fun at your next Bosiet, dropping from a parachute tower into a basin of water!

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    Simple is better even at deeper depths. Seaeye is great and so is Sub-Atlantic but you have to have technical background to work on the systems.

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  • 02/27/14--18:51: CASTORO 16 Trenching vessel
  • rov_er wrote:
    Quote:
    we aren't all Italian, Fascist peasants


    Quite a racist statement dude, I'm surprised it comes from you...

    rov_er


    An equally politically correct style statement for an ROV website! We try to be a little more liberal around here.

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    Good evening gentlemen,

    Please see below our current requirements:
    Roles: Supervisors & Pilot Techs
    ROV: FCV
    Location: India
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Mob date: Between 10th and 20th March

    Please send CVs to amagula@indepth-international.com

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  • 02/28/14--19:00: OKOOA Medical Manila
  • Thanks Kalbo.

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  • 02/28/14--19:00: CASTORO 16 Trenching vessel
  • Good onya Chewy!

    Needs to be said, it's been said.

    I think we can put this to bed.

    I would urge all members to report sub-standard conditions eg: hygiene, safety etc on this web site either on the "Danger Zone" or "Ships , Semi-subs, rigs and Platforms" fora.

    It's one of the ways we can start to have an input on the conditions offshore, we are read by many more people here than a local Stop card.

    We are a small community aboard any one vessel but our role is critical, otherwise we wouldn't be there!

    As the old "greenie" saying goes "think globally, act locally". The reverse may also hold true; spread the news on here and things may hopefully change.

    Slainte mhor

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    bt wrote:
    What's a real ROV then???


    Simples! The worlds media can answer that one... a real ROV is: 'An Underwater Robot' Wink

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