Resolve Refloats Cement Carrier off Pristine beaches of Oman allowing no damage to the environment

Press Release - Resolve Marine Group recently completed the complicated wreck removal of the bulk cement carrier MV RAYSUT II, which grounded off the pristine beaches of Al-Fazayah Beach, Salalah. Resolve was chosen for this project because of their plan to refloat her in one piece, limiting environmental damage. Al-Fazayah Beach, Salalah, is a unique vacation spot which is … [Read more...]

Resolve Raises Sunken Derrick Barge DB1 from Gulf of Mexico, Setting New Salvage Lift Record in Americas

After several months of planning, engineering, and on-site preparations, Resolve Marine has successfully raised the sunken derrick barge DB1 from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. The lift marked the heaviest salvage lift ever accomplished in the Americas. From the outset, a one-piece lift of the DB1 represented the most environmentally-friendly method for removal compared with … [Read more...]

American Salvage Association Holds the Most Successful Annual General Meeting in its History

First Woman Elected to Leadership Committee The American Salvage Association hosted their Annual General Meeting (AGM) this past November 28th at the New Orleans Marriott Hotel. With almost 100 members and guests in attendance, the AGM was the ASA’s most successful meeting to date. The AGM kickstarted the New Orleans Annual Work Boat Show with attendees from around the world … [Read more...]

Resolve Marine Group Strengthens Client Services Team

Resolve Marine Group has strengthened its senior team with the appointments of Lindsay Malen-Habib as Manager of Client Services and Dimos Iliopoulos as it’s Representative in Greece. Lindsay Malen–Habib has 15 years’ experience in maritime emergency response, business development and marketing and will be based in Resolve’s head office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ms. … [Read more...]

Capsized Indian Navy Frigate Righted in Mumbai Dock

US-based salvage company RESOLVE Marine Group has completed the salvage of the INS Betwa, the Indian Navy frigate that capsized inside a dock at a naval shipyard in Mumbai late last year. The 3,800-tonne missile frigate rolled over on her port side during undocking at the Naval Dockyard (Mumbai) shipyard on December 5, 2016, killing two and injuring 14 others. RESOLVE was … [Read more...]