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Wide-Open Flat Work Decks
Plenty of room aboard for scissor lifts, cranes, surface air systems, generators, compressors, sonar workstations —all without sacrificing the ability for your crew to move about the deck safely and finish your work quickly.
DiveDock work platforms are 16' wide, with lengths available up to 50'— more work space than boats costing four times more. The patent-pending work platform retracts to only 8' wide on shore for easy transport over the road without special permitting. Combine the large work deck on the water with easy highway portability and DiveDock stands alone.
Your DiveDock includes a triple-axle trailer. Alternatively, you can choose our exclusive built-in trailering system that eliminates the need for a separate trailer. With this option, all of the trailer components are integral to your DiveDock such as retracting wheels and suspension.
The primary advantage over traditional trailers is the ability to launch from a wider array of sites than common trailers allow. Ground clearance is hydraulically adjustable to compensate for difficult slopes and obstacles encountered at otherwise impossible launch points. Since there is no trailer to park, your launch and recovery sites can be at different locations. The DiveDock built-in trailering system complies with all USDOT trailer registration requirements and special highway permits are not required.
The DiverLift® Elevator
DiverLift® is a hydraulic elevator at the bow to effortlessly raise divers and equipment from the water. The 8'-wide remote-controlled elevator can raise up to 1,500 pounds. Your team no longer needs to climb ladders and lift heavy equipment from the water. The DiverLift Elevator is also used as an underwater scaffold for waterline and subsurface maintenance, such as painting.
Crane-Ready Water Access (Moon Pool)
A 4' x 4' opening in the work deck midship provides direct access to the water. Davits and cranes can deploy and recover heavy objects such as mooring blocks, pipe and cable. The midship location provides greater stability compared to boats that must lift heavy objects over the gunwale or bow. DiveDock provides plenty of open work deck around the moon pool to help crew members guide and control the movement of heavy material.
The DiveDock cabin area was designed to provide maximum flexibility to meet crew member requirements. The cabin can be customized with rigid or flexible enclosures for inclement weather. A sonar workstation can be installed along with black-out shades to block ambient light from the operator's display. A platform located aft provides a convenient location to deploy a tow fish reel keeping the cabin deck uncluttered.
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