RMS Submarine to Support Scubacraft

Scubacraft has appointed RMS Submarine as their preferred marine consultants to assist them in taking its marine submersible vehicle solution to market.

Scubacraft is a watercraft with the ability to transform from surface craft into streamlined submersible.

RMS believes that the vehicle has potential for the sector, where a marine all-in-one vehicle solution for both shallow water surface and subsea operations which does not currently exist.

RMS has an agreement to fully support Scubacraft with full survey & subsea consultancy and market sector/client introductions to further the above initiative. Via RMS‘s own marine R&D focuses it will look to add further value to the proposed solution. Importantly within the marine sector, RMS‘s QHSE knowledge base should contribute to ensure the vehicle is entirely fit for purpose within the harsh marine environment the system would be operating within.

Robin Harris, CEO Scubacraft, said: “We are delighted to have formed a relationship with RMS Submarine. When we were looking at potential companies to assist us with developing the craft to meet the unique challenges that surface and subsea operations present, it became evident that RMS Submarine were the subject matter experts that we needed to engage.”

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