Titan Endeavour Coastal Nearshore Environmental Survey Specialist Vessel

MV Titan Endeavour

MV Titan Endeavour is Titan’s largest vessel. Launched in April 2011, both vessel and crew have a wide range of experience and expertise within the hydrographic, oceanographic and environmental industries.


The MV Titan Endeavour has worked on numerous projects  throughout Northern Europe including the UK, Ireland, Portugal, Holland and Belgium. MV Titan Endeavour’s shallow draft and ease of manoeuverability ensures that she can work in the most challenging and shallow conditions. Alongside a permanently installed Teledyne Reson Dual Head 7125 SV2 multibeam system, deployed through a central moon pool, she is also able to deploy a wide range of survey gear from an A-Frame and Davit arms.

Key features:

  • Multi-discipline

  • Multiple equipment mounting options

  • Grab sampling and mooring deployments.

  • Shallow draft

  • Small and manoeuvrable

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Survey Equipment

  • Trimble HYDROpro navigation software

  • Odom Ecotrac MKIII dual frequency (30kHz & 210kHz) echosounder (hull mounted)


  • Teledyne Reson SeaBat dual head 7125 SV2 multibeam echosounder (deployed through central moonpool)


  • Applanix POS MV Wavemaster Inertial Navigation system with POSPac MMS PPK software. Trimble SPS852 dual frequency RTK system utilising VRS Now. Hemisphere VS110 DGPS receiver


  • Hydraulic A-frame with 1.5 tonne single trawl drum winch with capstan, lifting davits, 24 volt sidescan sonar winch with hard tow cable and cable counter



Powerglide 46 Catamaran
Small Commercial Vessel (SCV): 60
Miles from Safe Haven
14.1 m
5.1 m
1.5 m
Twin IVECO 400 hp Diesel Engines 2 x Diesel 6 kW Lombardini Generators
Up to 25 kn
1400 litres
200 litres
4 x Single Cabins,
Galley, Heads with Shower


MCA Coding



Fuel Capacity 
Water Tanks 

Safety Equipment

  • 12 man life raft Solas B pack with hydrostatic release

  • Class B AIS system, NavTex, Raymarine navigation package

  • 2 MCA approved life rings with line and light,
    emergency over the side ladder


  • 18 lifejackets (6 x 275N twin bladder with AIS PLB’s, 12 x Foam), 6 offshore immersion suits

  • 4 x parachute flares, 6 x red hand flares, 2 x smoke signals

  • 2 x fixed VHF GMDSS radios, 2 x portable handheld VHF & 406 MHz EPIRB

  • 4 x portable fire extinguishers, 4 x automatic fire extinguishers, 2 x fire buckets and lanyards & 1 x fire blanket

  • First aid kits category C

  • Powered deck wash

  • 2 x remotely operated search lights

  • All crews are trained to STCW 95 standard


Survey Experience


  • Cable route surveys

  • IHO standard bathymetry surveys

  • UXO surveys

  • Pipeline inspection surveys

  • Marine construction surveys

  • Aggregate dredging surveys

  • Oceanographic surveys

  • Environmental surveys