Diving Services

SUBMAR is your partner for safe, efficient and high tech subsea work.

Whether it’s a lock, a quay wall, a pier or any other construction in the water, SUBMAR is your partner for inspections, maintenance and repairs.

We have the full range of underwater tools at our disposal to carry out all work.

We would like to turn your problem into our own and offer a fast and cost effective solution. We have the engineering capacity in house to calculate and design customised solutions.

If desired, all underwater activities can be filmed online.

SUBMAR has waste water equipment so that our divers can work safely and comfortably in the most polluted conditions. Diving in sewer systems, aeration basins, water treatment plants, etc. are no problem.

All the techniques and experience needed to complete a construction site are available, such as:

  • Welding
  • Thermal cutting
  • Drilling
  • Sawing
  • grinding
  • Core drilling – up to 800mm diameter
  • Demolition
  • Airlifting
  • Waterjetting
  • Concrete Pouring
  • Measuring and reporting
  • Photography and film

All the techniques and experience needed to inspect, repair and maintain vessels, such as:

  • Installation of anodes
  • Crack/pitting repairs
  • Change of hull sections (habitats and cofferdams)
  • Under water painting
  • Change different tyupes of thrusters
  • Under water inspections according to class
  • Welding and cutting
  • Hull cleaning and propeller polishing

Our certification to carry out diving operations in France has arrived!

Since we are constantly invited to carry out diving operations in France, we decided to get certified. After an audit that lasted more than a week, we recently received the good news that we are authorised to carry out diving operations in France. The entire procedure...

Putting the Evergem lock out of action

A few days before we could start the "real" work, we had already started dredging the upper and lower head of the Evergem lock. Because the government wanted to keep the lock in service until the last minute, we had to carry out our diving work in a narrow time...

8,6 metres propeller polishing

Just before the weekend a huge ice-class gastanker full of LNG-gas arrived in the port of Zeebrugge and was very carefully brought to its berth in the outer port. As soon as the tugboots had left the port and the gas transfer was stable, we were given permission to...