Re-floating sunken vessels is a complex and risky process that requires the expertise of trained professionals. These professionals use specialized equipment and techniques to lift the vessel off the seabed and bring it back to the surface.
The first step in re-floating a sunken vessel is to assess the damage and determine the best course of action. This may involve making temporary repairs to the vessel or pumping out any water that has entered the hull. The professionals will also need to determine the amount of weight that needs to be removed from the vessel in order to make it buoyant again. This may involve removing cargo, fuel, or other heavy items from the vessel.
Once the vessel has been made as light as possible, the professionals will begin the process of re-floating it. This may involve using airbags, cranes, or other specialized equipment to lift the vessel off the seabed. In some cases, the vessel may need to be partially dismantled in order to be lifted to the surface.
Re-floating a sunken vessel is a time-consuming and costly process, but it is essential for protecting the environment and preventing further damage to the vessel. If the vessel is not re-floated in a timely manner, it could become a hazard to other ships and could cause serious environmental damage.
Overall, re-floating sunken vessels is a complex and risky process that requires the expertise of trained professionals. By working together and using specialized equipment and techniques, these professionals can successfully re-float sunken vessels and prevent further damage to the environment.
Combining our extensive experience we aim to find innovative solutions to underwater problems and the provision of direct supervision and liaison at all stages of preparation and execution of a project, we believe we can offer assistance to any marine project, large or small.
We have extensive equipment for any underwater operation and have the qualified personnel to complete the work safely and efficiently.
Ven-Tech Subsea specializes in developing multi-year subsurface maintenance programs or IMR (Inspection, Repair, Maintenance) Programs for you subsea assets.
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