To better serve our global clients, EGS decided in 2005 to establish its own vessel management company and expand its fleet of survey vessels. EGS Marine now provides crew and manages all six vessels in the EGS fleet from its logistics and services center based in Cebu, Phillipines. Our vessels can operate across the whole marine spectrum, and survey from full ocean depth to the water's edge. A full set of vessel specifications are available.
The RV Geo Resolution is one of the recent additions to the EGS fleet. Before her acquisition by EGS in 2014, the 68m long and 13m wide vessel was an US and later New Zealand Navy hydrographic survey vessel and as such is a comfortable an acoustically very quiet survey platform. During her conversion to a commercial survey vessel in Singapore, EGS have fitted the vessel with a dual frequency (24kHz/12kHz) Reson Seabat 7150-F full ocean depth multibeam system and a geophysical equipment suite capable to acquire high resolution analogue geophysical and in-situ geotechnical data to 2000m water depth.RV Geo Resolution Brochure
The Bold Explorer is the latest addition to the EGS fleet. Before her acquisition by EGS in 2019, the 68m long and 13m wide vessel was an US Navy hydrographic survey vessel and as such is a comfortable an acoustically very quiet survey platform. During her conversion to a commercial survey vessel in Singapore, EGS have fitted the vessel with the latest Kongsberg EM124 full ocean depth multibeam system and a geophysical equipment suite capable to acquire high resolution analogue geophysical and in-situ geotechnical data to 2000m water depth.RV Bold Explorer Brochure
The RV Ridley Thomas is a 61m long ocean going survey vessel last refitted in 2012 in Spain. The RV Ridley Thomas is equipped with a full ocean depth Simrad EM122 and high resolution Reson SeaBat 7101 multibeam echo sounders and state of the art geophysical survey equipment. The RV Ridley Thomas is capable of carrying geophysical and geotechnical surveys in 2,000m of water. The RV Ridley Thomas is equipped with a V-Sat communication system for internet access and fast data transfer to shore base. The RV Ridley Thomas has carried geophysical surveys in all four corners of the world and proved to be a very reliable survey platform.RV Ridley Thomas Brochure
The. K.M. EGS Surveyor is a medium size (overall length 47.2m) survey vessel. The K.M.RV EGS Surveyor was completely refitted in 2010 in China. The K.M. EGS Surveyor is fitted with a hull mounted Simrad EM710 high resolution multibeam echo sounder and is capable of carrying out geophysical and geotechnical surveys in 1,500m water depth. The K.M. EGS Surveyor is also equipped with seismic spread to carry 2D hi-res geohazard surveys. The K.M. EGS Surveyor is the ideal survey platform for the Australian and South-East Asian Oil & Gas market.K.M. EGS Surveyor Brochure
The RV Northern Endeavour is a 56m long ocean going survey vessel. The RV Northern Endeavour was last rebuilt in 2010 in Singapore and has since carried out numerous geophysical surveys in South East Asia, the Middle East and East Africa. The RV Northern Endeavour is equipped with a state of the art Kongsberg EM302 Multibeam Echosounder capable of seabed mapping to 4000m water depth, with CARIS HIPS/ SIPS Processing package full ocean depth multibeam echo sounder system. The Northern Endeavour is capable of carrying out geophysical and geotechnical surveys in 2,000m of water. The RV Northern Endeavour is a very comfortable and stable survey platform.Northern Endeavour Brochure
The Greatship Rachna is a 78m long ocean going DP2 geotechnical vessel built in 2012 and fitted with EGS’s latest heave compensated drilling rig in 2019. The Greatship Rachna is equipped with a twin derrick tower type construction with overall height 24m allowing the use of “range 1” (5Mtr) drill pipe. The Greatship Rachna is capable of carrying geotechnical investigations in 300m of water. The EGSA-25 heave compensated drilling rig is equipped with a full set of A.P. Van den Berg CPT, including Seismic CPT, as well as A.P Van Den Berg Sampling Tools, a QDTech Alien Corer and an offshore soil testing laboratory.Greatship Rachna Brochure
The Geo Energy is a Taiwanese flagged 72m long ocean going DP2 geotechnical vessel built in 2004 and refitted in 2017 in Singapore. The Geo Energy is equipped with a single tower type construction with an overall height of 25m allowing the use of “range 2” (9.5Mtr) drill pipe. The Geo Energy is capable of carrying geotechnical surveys in 300m of water. The Geo Energy is equipped with a full set of A.P. Van den Berg CPT. The Geo Energy is permanently stationed in Taiwan to service the local offshore wind market.OSV Geo Energy Brochure
The EGS Ventus is a 50m multi-purpose geophysical and geotechnical survey vessel. The ice class vessel was fully refitted as a survey vessel in 2008, with further refurbishment in 2013.
With a permanently mobilised survey spread, including a range of geophysical and geotechnical equipment, the Ventus is able deliver a wide range of survey services, from coastal waters to ocean depth.
Currently based in the USA and with an impressive project track record, the EGS Ventus is available for projects around the globe.
The EGS Watchful is strategically based in the Solent on the south coast of the UK, well positioned to service British and northwest European inshore survey requirements. This versatile vessel is ideal for hydrographic and geophysical services.EGS Watchful Brochure
The EGS ECHO is a 15.3m purpose built aluminum survey catamaran launched in 2004. The vessel provides a fast, stable working platform for coastal survey operations, incorporating a moon pool, hydraulic crane and custom retractable transducer mounts for multi-beam work and USBL underwater positioning. The choice of main engines and specialist gearboxes provides the vessel with the ability to cruise comfortably and economically at up to 16 knots whilst also being able to run for extended periods at very low speed.EGS Echo Brochure
The RV EGS Pioneer is a medium size (overall length 24.4m, draft 3.5m) vessel located in North West Europe. As an ex Norwegian SAR vessel she provides a very robust and seaworthy hydrographic and geophysical survey platform. Capable of shallow water ultra high resolution seismic surveys, this makes her an ideal platform for the renewables market.RV EGS Pioneer Brochure
Survey launch RT2 is the daughter-craft of our research vessel Ridley Thomas. This versatile shallow draft vessel is fully equipped for near shore hydrographic, geophysical, oceanographic and environmental surveys. Amphibious survey boat capable of landing complete with moonpool.Survey Launch RT2 Brochure
Survey launch Ming Jai is the daughter-craft of our research vessel Geo Resolution. This versatile shallow draft vessel is fully equipped for near shore hydrographic, geophysical, oceanographic and environmental surveys.Ming Jai Brochure
Independence is an eight meter inshore survey boat built in 2013. She has twin 200hp Honda four stroke engines and has a cruising speed up to 30 knots.
Independence is equipped with an electric capstan and survey winches. Deployment is via a Maxilift M50 deck crane and A-Frame. The starboard side wall is removable for easy access during mobilisation and equipment deployment.
Geo 1 is a 9 meter survey boat equipped with hull mounted R2Sonic 2024, Edgetech 200 system, Geometrcs G-882 magnetometers and seabed sampling tools. She is capable of 25 knotes transit speed during passages.
This versatile shallow draft vessel is fully equipped for near shore hydrographic, geophysical, oceanographic and environmental surveys.