Seamar, a provider of subsea construction services to the domestic and international oil and gas industries operating at water depths up to 300 feet in the Gulf of Mexico and select global markets, has announced the acquisition of SeaQuest Diving, LLC.
As a result of the purchase, Seamar has acquired all of SeaQuest’s assets including, but not limited to, the M/V SeaQuest I, a 180 ft. 4PT dive support vessel (renamed the DSV Seadiver), a wide array of life support equipment and dive spreads ranging from shallow water to deep gas.
“The purchase of SeaQuest Diving further demonstrates our commitment to becoming the premiere shallow water subsea construction service provider in the Gulf of Mexico”, says Eloy Anaya, President/CEO of Seamar. “Our strength as a company has always been our offshore capability. Essentially, with this move, we have doubled our size and we look forward to servicing more customers.”
The Company is discussing the possibility of moving into saturation diving to expand their service offerings, but no firm decisions have been announced yet.