Geo Plus Netherlands – customized hydrographic services world-wide.
Since the beginning of our hydrographic services we have been exploring global innovations, from which we learned and developed ourselves to become an excellent provider of customized hydrographic services world-wide. Due to our smart integration of knowledge and excellent facilities we are proud to offer customized solutions world-wide. The combination of charter services and hydrographic knowledge within the same organization gives us the opportunity to provide efficient services to our customers.
What distinguishes Geo Plus
The specialized domains we work in are shallow water survey operations and working in extreme environments world-wide. Our vessels are designated (new)built for our services and are fully equipped with hull mounted survey systems. In our fleet we have “No Limit Ships” fast survey vessels with a smart design for quick mobilisation and additional multipurpose crew tender ability. Next to excellent equipment we have a team of well-trained and experienced crew and surveyors working in the field, supported by a team of outstanding specialists in data processing and further technical support.
Focus on sustainability
The company philosophy embraces sustainability in a wide sense. Low energy consumption of our vessels, a sustainable customer relation and personnel policy are reflecting the overall sustainable business strategy of Geo Plus.
Geo Plus – smart hydrographic Solutions
Geo Plus Hydrography Worldwide Active.
Maasvlakte 2 is the western expansion of the Rotterdam port area in the North Sea. A total surface area of 2,000 hectares will be created. Future containerships will have a deeper draught than can be accommodated by existing ports. By effectively responding to this development with a 20-m [New Amsterdam Water Level (NAP.)] deep port basin directly on the sea, Rotterdam can assure itself of a unique position in the European market. This project will be a state-of-the-art industrial site that connects seamlessly to the existing Maasvlakte and other infrastructure in the Netherlands and the huge industrial Ruhrgebiet in Germany. As already mentioned, in 2013 the first phase will be completed and 400 hectares of sites are allocated.
Creating the Maasvlakte 2 in the North Sea is a typical example of the dutch knowledge and technics creating projects in the sea. In this case even the seawaterpower has been exploited by moving huge amounts of sand to a desirable location. Read all information of this unique project: http://www.maasvlakte2.com
Geo Plus Scheemda has detected with the Elics Side Scan Sonar (100/400kHz. Of IXSEA) successfully wrecks serving the Ems Geul Salvage Project.
A 75 meter long wreck in the North Sea.
The GEO CONNECTION is for a long time stationed for survey work in the Persian Gulf. This multipurpose vessel, built in 2010, is equiped with EM 3002D multibeam Kongsberg.