Great feedback from Shearwater

June 7, 2024

“I am very satisfied with the service and support provided by Evotec. Their team was very helpful and responsive throughout the entire process, and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a reliable LARS system provider”, says Joar Skutvik, Subsea Vehicle and Handling Support Engineer at Shearwater.

SW Tasman was converted from being a streamer/seismic vessel to performing tasks such as deploying nodes with an ROV and handling streamer/seismic operations that were previously carried out by two separate vessels. Shearwater management, ROVOP, and crew have provided consistently positive feedback, especially regarding efficient solutions in the work area. Evotec's A-frames are dedicated to handling the Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) for deploying nodes on the seabed, both in deep and shallow waters.

Evotec expresses gratitude for the successful collaboration and wishes SW Tasman the best in their ongoing operations. We look forward to engaging in more successful projects together in the future.

Preparing for launching of ROV and TMS

Launching of ROV

A-frame, winch and cargo lift.

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