Our Culture is customer driven with an emphatic “Can Do Safely” mentality; we address our clients’ needs via a technical approach, enhanced vessel capabilities, and experienced crews. Our goal is to consistently deliver a safe, reliable, and cost-effective service.
GO regularly provides vessel and technical services to a broad spectrum of critical industries like aerospace, documentary and film; oil and gas; government and military; environmental and disaster response and recovery; inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR); science and research; salvage; geotechnical and surveys; and offshore wind and renewable energy. Our culture is customer driven with a strong “Can Do Safely” mentality; we address our clients’ needs with a technical approach, enhanced vessel capabilities and experienced crews. Our goal is to consistently deliver safe, reliable and cost-effective service.
The GO Pursuit represents our first 170 class DP1 Multi-Purpose Vessel as she was upgraded in late 2020 with an A-Frame, deck winch, moonpools and Navy deck grid. She is well configured for high accommodation projects with 24 bunks and a crew lounge near her spacious galley. The GO Pursuit is dually certified Subchapter L&I and is approved for full International operations. Her interesting project credits include government drills, Bahama hurricane recovery and transporting “lugs” to support the Golden Ray salvage offshore Georgia. She is strategically located in New London, CT to meet the needs of the Northeast wind, research and government communities and is offered to clients in concert with our partner, Ryan Marine.
Our first Multi-Purpose Vessel, the GO America is strategically located in Port Everglades, FL and very accessible to the East Coast and Caribbean markets. Her specialty equipment includes a knuckle-boom crane, A-Frame, navy deck grid, moonpools and a davit. Her 18 person accommodations include a crew lounge; she is certified Subchapter L&I and can engage in limited international operations. Her long list of credits includes military and research projects, CCA reef deployments like the No Shoes Reefs, and roles in TV and Film including Cooper’s Treasure Season #2 and Shark Week. In 2014, the GO America was even featured on Good Morning America in recognition for the role of her crew in rescuing three men floating in the Gulf of Mexico offshore Texas!