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Virtual Launch for New Guice Offshore Website 

Nathan Guice and Julie Jimenez Check Out the New Guice Offshore Site

Having a digital presence amid the deep traditions of the maritime business is no longer the exception.  And Guice Offshore, one of America’s most trusted names in the offshore supply vessel and mini-supply vessel market, is right on the digital cutting edge!  

“With our fleet of dynamically positioned, hard-working vessels, it’s important that Guice Offshore customers have our vessel specs at their fingertips, so they can get an immediate understanding of each boat’s capabilities relative to their unique client needs,” explained Guice Offshore Principal Billy Guice.  “GO Vessels touch many aspects of our economy across a wide spectrum of industries.  Web visitors can now log on and match their requirements to our geographic and industrial footprint, at a glance.” 

Indeed, Guice Offshore serves a diverse cross-section of government and business needs in both the public and private sectors, including:  

  • Aerospace 
  • Science and Research 
  • Wind and Renewable Energy 
  • Military Operations 
  • Film and Television 
  • Environmental and Disaster Response and Recovery 
  • Geotechnical and Survey 
  • Ocean Surface and Subsea Inspection, Maintenance and Repair 
  • Oil and Gas Exploration and Production (E & P) 
  • Salvage  
  • Treasure Hunting visitors will also be able to access links to the Guice Offshore subsidiaries and partners, like GO Marine Services, which assists in offshore labor and food service, and Global Subdive, which provides certified submersibles. 

A new content section will keep Guice Offshore customers and other interested parties abreast of relevant offshore supply vessel market news and updates, and GO Social Media will seek to interact with Guice friends, partners and affiliates worldwide. 

To view the new site, type into any browser, or click here.   

If you have previously hyperlinked to, the new website will not affect those links.

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