Submarine and Ship Repair Support Services

We support U.S. Naval and private shipyards with repairs and overhauls of shipboard systems and equipment. From repairs and alterations to complete system overhauls, our services are performed to world-class standards.

Submarine and Ship
Repair Services

Uncompromised project execution and quality
Our repair services support your critical assets. We respond to your needs in the most effective, safe, and well-executed manner. Our decades of industry experience and expertise enable us meet your requirements—from routine to extreme.
  • Cost-effective execution of work completed by a highly skilled, cross-trained, and agile workforce available for rapid global mobilization
  • Highly experienced in maintenance of platforms that operate in the world’s harshest environments
  • Exceptional track record in completing high-consequence work
  • Comprehensive project management process that enables seamless integration of our activities with our customer’s overall project scope of work

Submarine Support Services

As one of only three private companies certified to perform work on critical Submarine Safety (SUBSAFE) systems, we deliver solutions with uncompromised project execution and quality.

The Oceaneering Marine Services Division (MSD) is recognized by the U.S. Navy, the naval shipyards, the submarine community, and naval industrial contractors as the go-to partner for large-scale shipyard availability, global emergent repairs, Ship Alterations (SHIPALTS), Ordnance Alterations (ORDALTS), and Temporary Alterations (TEMPALTS).

Photo Credit: U.S. Navy

Surface Ship Repair

We complete planned and corrective maintenance, upgrades, and modernizations for U.S. Navy, military sealift, maritime administration, and commercial vessels to ensure their operating integrity.

Our Marine Services Division is certified by the U.S. Navy under an Agreement for Boat Repair (ABR) N00024-98-H-8738. We are also Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) approved for Alteration Installation Team (AIT) contracts. Additionally, our weld procedures have been reviewed and approved by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for effecting repairs to military sealift command and commercial ships.

Photo Credit: U.S. Navy