Our Workboats

OPL 22

The OPL 22 is the newest addition to the Bolsen Marine’s fleet of work boats. The OPL 22 is a newly-built 23-metres aluminum off-port limit logistics vessel, custom-modified to carry out diving and research support activities. The OPL 22 boasts a large rear working deck space and a 1.5-ton SWL marine crane, for support of a wide variety of activities required in-port and out-of-port limits.

With a 14-knot cruising speed, a good amount of deck space and sheltered cabin midship, she is the ideal boat for carrying out different forms of diving, survey, research and logistics transport operations.

OPL Express 1

The Express 1 is our all-purpose harbor and off-port limit diving operations vessel. An 18-metres aluminum vessel with generous deck space, a manual-winch rear deck davit and an air-conditioned sheltered cabin mid-ship. Perfect in terms of space and comfort for different trials, surveys and diving operations.

Helios I

The Helios I is a lightweight shallow-draught support vessel. Having great maneuverability and engine power, she is ideal for accessing shallow and hard-to reach areas to conduct close-range research and support works. With a long overall length and wide beam, the Helios I can pack on a generous amount of support equipment, without compromise to personnel safety and comfort. With twin Mercury 150-HP outboard engines, the Helios I can cruise at speeds of up to 28 knots, making her an ideal shore-to-vessel support platform and emergency response deployment vessel.

Helios Junior & Helios Junior III

Helios Junior and Junior III is our lightweight rigid-hull shallow-draught support vessel. Having great maneuverability, they ideal for accessing shallow and hard-to-reach areas to conduct close-range research and support works. With a tough and sturdy hull, the Juniors are ideal tenders to underwater and surface robotic vehicles, shore-to-vessel support platform and emergency response deployment vessel.

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