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Titan Surveyor Coastal Nearshore Environmental Survey Specialist Vessel

MV Titan Surveyor

MV Titan Surveyor was one of the first vessels incorporated into the Titan fleet. Launched in May 1998 (Originally as Hyder Surveyor), both vessel and crew have a wide range of experience and expertise within hydrographic, oceanographic and environmental industry.


Since being launched, the vessel has worked on numerous projects throughout Northern Europe. Fitted with davit arms and over the side/bow mounts, MV Titan Surveyor has the ability to survey with a wide range of equipment. The vessel's ultra-shallow draft (less than 0.6m subject to engine angle and load) and adjustable outboard engines ensures it can work in the shallowest of areas.

Key features:

  • Multi-discipline

  • Multiple equipment mounting options

  • Shallow draft

  • Small and manoeuvrable

Click to download specification sheet

Cheetah Marine Catamaran
Category 3: 20 Miles from Safe Haven

7.9 m
2.0 m
0.6 m
Twin 50 hp Honda V-Tech Outboard Engines 6 kW Lombardini Generator


Up to 15 kn

150 litres


MCA Coding



Transit Speed 
Fuel Capacity 


Survey Equipment


  • Trimble HYDROpro navigation software

  • Odom Hydrotrac single frequency (210kHz)
    echosounder (hull mounted)


  • Trimble SPS751 dual frequency RTK system & hemisphere VS110 DGPS receiver utilising


  • Dedicated over the side mount for swathe
    bathymetry system


  • Port and starboard extendable derricks for towed sensors (SSS, magnetometer, surface tow boomer) and over the side port and starboard mounts for ADCP, pinger and horizontal CTD


Survey Experience


  • OWF surveys

  • Pipeline inspections

  • Dredging surveys

  • UXO surveys

  • Marine construction surveys

  • Habitat mapping

  • Equipment deployment

  • Drogue tracking

  • Oceanographic survey

  • Crew transfer

Safety Equipment

  • 4 man Solas B pack Life Raft with hydrostatic release

  • 2 MCA approved life rings (one with line, one with light)

  • 6 lifejackets (all with lights fitted)

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

  • 2 x fixed VHF GMDSS radios, 1 x portable handheld VHF & 406 MHz EPIRB

  • Hand operated searchlight and signal light

  • Integrated chart plotter and AIS class B receiver

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


  • Catergory C First Aid Kit

  • Nautical publications (local charts/pilotage & tide tables or equivalent)

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