Russian company Tetis Pro informed that it will supply 12 new remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to the Russian Navy by the end of 2017.
The ROVs will be supplied from a range able to perform tasks at a depth of over 300 meters, the “Marlin 350”.
The Marlin 350 is developed by Tetis Pro for search operations of underwater objects and it can be deployed in coastal or inland waters.
As the company informed, the Russian Navy plans to use the ROVs in search and rescue operations, in particular for the search and inspection of submarines in distress.
The Marlin 350 ROV is equipped with six propellers, with four horizontal placed on the vector diagram.
During the S&R operations the Navy will be able to deploy additional equipment onto the Marlin 350, such as HD camera, multibeam sonar, altimeter, underwater navigation system, as well as other equipment.