Our Vessels

RCMs main vessels of operation is Independence, Sentinel, Colando, Codi K, and 4 lines launches.

However in a collaborative arrangement with Vision Environment QLD, RCM can access a fleet of four supplementary commercially surveyed research vessels (three less than two years old) should Independence already be contracted.

The vessels have been surveyed for inshore and offshore work and range from 6-10m and with crane capacity, which enable operations in shallow or deep, closed and open waters.

Vessels are also equipped for comfortable (wet weather) personnel transportation. The following specifications apply:

Colando

12m landing barge capable of 6.5 ton inshore and 2.8 ton off shore deliveries to Curtis island and anchorage.

Chaco

11 x 4 m deep ocean Elite Power cat. On the deck there’s a full toilet and shower for convenience. Chaco is powered with the latest 325hp duo prop system and can reach speeds tp 34kts, which is also extremely helpful to clients with short time frames.

AquaVision & ReVision

1 x 6m aluminium boat in 2C survey with capacity for 3 plus 2 POB.
8m aluminium boat each with 250 kg crane capacity in 2D survey with capacity for 8 plus 2 POB inshore, in addition to 2C with capacity for 8 plus 2 POB offshore.

These boats are used for Marine logistics in collaboration with Vision Environment.

Sentinel

1 x 11m cat 2C/1C survey with 14 plus 2 POB offshore and 21 plus 2 inshore

Codi K

1 x 9.5m mono aluminium crew boat which also operates as a security vessel. *Codi K*

Zeus, Apollo, Nichols, Rahaja

4x lines launches for services to all wharves for assisting with ship mooring in Gladstone and Port Alma.

Emerald

1x lines launches for services to all wharves for assisting with ship mooring in Gladstone and Port Alma.