During the Fist and Seconds World Wars, Germany, as well as Great Britain, send gold bars to pay for ammunition and goods. Non-ferrous metal was needed to wage war. Metal ingots were transported by millions of tons. The estimated present value of these lost shipments is about 2 billion USD. Over 7,500 merchant ships were sunk during both wars, and our research revealed that over 600 were sunk with non-ferrous metal.
Deep Ocean Salvage was created to search for and recover targeted cargoes and return them to the benefit of governments, owners, and profit for the salvage company.
In our extensive research database, we have access to invaluable information such as cargo, shipwreck locations, depth and legal ownership. The circumstances of the sinking and the location of the wreck are often further supported by inquest documents and survivors' accounts. Goals have been grouped into clusters to reduce costs, risks and save time.
Modern technologies such as GPS and side-scan sonars provide accurate target location accuracy. When recovering cargo, we will use state-of-the-art remotely controlled underwater vehicles and other robotic tool systems of our own production to efficiently retrieve valuable cargo from the hulls of sunken ships.
A specially designed vessel with a DP system allows you to work even in relatively bad weather conditions and stay at sea for up to 50 days. Salvation from the depths of the ocean.
We believe in technology and innovation, always find more efficient and effective ways to improve the quality of our work.