Our continuous robotic hull cleaning service reduces fuel consumption, increases performance and minimises environmental impact.
Cleaning early and often reduces drag and decreases daily fuel costs.
Cleaning irregularly is intensive and has diminishing returns very quickly. With heavy fouling, each clean is less effective at returning the hull to its original condition.
Cleaning every few months still allows heavy slime to build up, which increases drag and fuel consumption in between cleans.
Cleaning early and often prevents any meaningful fouling before it occurs, and limits hull build-up and excess drag to nominal levels.
Frequent cleaning keeps hulls in optimal conditions daily, enabling higher speeds for racing vessels.
Reduced slime and fouling increases the trip range on electric powered vessels.
Frequent cleaning can significantly reduce the emissions and increase the fuel savings of large fleets.
Biofouling on hulls causes increased fuel usage which accounts for 1% of current global emissions. With frequent hull-cleaning, this can be prevented from day one.
At least 55,000 tonnes of microplastics are released from ship and yacht coatings each year. Proactive cleaning eliminates the need for toxic antifouling paint.
Nearly 80% of invasive marine species transfer is caused by biofouling on hulls. By keeping hulls perpetually clean, we’re protecting life in the ocean.
A single system weighs 12kg, and can clean multiple hulls per day.
Our robots can clean in niche areas, including bow thrusters, rudders and propellers
Cleaning speeds, pressures and brushes can be adjusted for all types of vessel coatings.
Mount the pod on or near the vessel for unattended operation over months.
Our robots clean anywhere, anytime — even overnight — and are low-cost to deploy, minimising disruption to your fleet.
Automated cleaning is supervised by our team remotely over the internet.