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If you’re looking for our marine salvage Vancouver office, contact Ven-Tech Subsea Inspections. We provide a variety of services with our dedicated, certified and experienced team of divers. If you are not sure our services are for you, leave us a message below and we will respond within 24 hours to give you a better understanding of how we might assist you.

Our marine salvage Vancouver office does the process of recovering a ship and its cargo after a shipwreck or other maritime casualty. Salvage may encompass towing, re-floating a vessel, or effecting repairs to a ship. Today, protecting the coastal environment from spillage of oil or other contaminants is a high priority. Our marine salvage Vancouver services is always carried out by a specialist salvager with dedicated crew and equipment. See more of our services.

The term harbour salvage refers to the salvage of vessels stranded or sunk in sheltered waters. Such vessels are not normally subject to the same deterioration caused by marine and weather conditions as offshore salvage vessels are. In addition, unless the vessel to be salvaged is obstructing navigation, then there is no need to work as swiftly as in offshore salvage. Also, harbour pre-salvage survey and planning stages tend to be less time consuming and environmentally dependent. It is also easier to gain access to local labour resources and heavy equipment such as floating cranes and barges. For more information, read this wiki post.


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    Address: 723 West 3rd Street
    North Vancouver, BC V7M0E4
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    Marine Salvage Vancouver

    Salvage projects may vary with respect to urgency and cost considerations. When the vessel to be returned to service is commercial, the salvage operation is typically driven by its commercial value and impact on navigational waterways. Military vessels on the other hand are often salvaged at any cost—even to exceed their operational value—because of national prestige and anti-“abandonment” policies. Another consideration may be loss of revenue and service or the cost of the space the vessel occupies.


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