World leaders in seabed search, salvage and sub-sea security – the best chance of finding what you are looking for.

Ocean Infinity’s compassionate team of experts safely and sustainably operate ground-breaking ocean technology to cover vast areas of the seabed at unparalleled speeds. Our marine robots are well suited to government and defence projects.


The deployment of this innovative fleet, each equipped with state-of-the-art technology, ensures that we can cover large areas of the seabed at unparalleled speeds. Our pioneering technology ensures extremely precise information is gathered at scale and down to 6,000 meters depth, giving clients the highest confidence in our ability to find what they are looking for.


Designed to be easily transported by air and road to even the most remote locations on the planet, we rapidly react and respond to any situation. Once on site, we can gather information quickly via fleet deployment of our assets. The data that we gather is uploaded in real-time via satellite communications to our expert analysts located in our control centres onshore.


Our robotic fleet is remotely operated and data is processed in real time within onshore control centres. As a result, Armada does not require any personnel to be sent offshore. This means we can operate in dangerous and harsh environments without risking lives. We deliver solutions responsibly and safely.


Our unmanned robotic technology has unrivalled environmental credentials. Our robotic vessels use hybrid technology to offer a significant reduction in CO2 emissions and can produce as little as 1/10th of the emissions of a conventional ship and its crew.

Recent Locate Projects

USS Nevada

SEARCH, Inc. (SEARCH), the largest underwater and terrestrial archaeology firm in the United States, and Ocean Infinity, the marine...

ARA San Juan

Ocean Infinity was appointed by the Argentinian authorities to carry out the search for ARA San Juan, the Argentine...


In January 2018, under contract to the Malaysian Government, Ocean Infinity undertook a 90-day survey campaign to find the...

Stellar Daisy

On 31st March 2017, Stellar Daisy tragically sank in the South Atlantic. Ocean Infinity successfully conducted a search for...

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