Blog

Sea-Lift Diving Sponsorship Updates May-June 2019

Congratulations to Jay Harris who recently wont the European Flyweight Title. A huge achievement, congratulations from all at Sea-Lift Diving. Sea-Lift are also sponsoring the Bonymaen 7s tournament and the Yosgo Yaks for a second year running, please visit Bony7s on twitter for updates.

NEWS UPDATE! Civil Engineering Framework

SEA-LIFT DIVING LTD HAVE RECENTLY BEEN ACCEPTED ONTO THE SOUTH WEST WALES FRAMEWORK FOR POTENTIAL CIVIL AND MARINE CONTRACTS. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH CURRENT AND FUTURE CLIENTS.

!!!SPONSOR NEWS!!!

Sea-Lift Diving Ltd are now proudly sponsoring Flyweight Commonwealth Champion Jay Harris. Good luck for all your future fights champ we will be behind you all the way. .

Salvage Operations Holyhead 2018

Sea-Lift Diving supplied teams to recover over 50 sunken vessels at Holyhead Marina in Anglesey after the affects of Storm Emma in March 2018.

RAMSGATE LOCK GATE INSTALLATIONS

The lock gates at Ramsgate Marina have successfully been installed by Sea-Lift Divers and Ravestein B.V engineers. Hydraulic Rams were connected and the walkways were also fixed, the flap gate removal is the next task for the guys on this job!

Emergency Call Out

Sea-Lift Diving Ltd were contacted by Sharpness Shipyard to assist the Gloucester Police to salvage a burnt out vessel at Sharpness Marina. Sea-Lift divers worked into the night and successfully recovered the vessel with lifting bags ready for transportation to the Sharpness Shipyard.

Confined Space

We now offer Level 5 confined space management, supervisors and rescue and recovery teams for all confined space operations. Nov 8th 2017 – by Scott Waddell

HCL Series 100

Sea-Lift Diving Ltd are pleased to announce that we are now approved installers of HCL Series 100, Denso and marine applications. Nov 30th 2017 – by Bryan Waddell

Technical Seal Rescue

A seal that had been trapped by boulders on a south Wales beach for at least two days has been freed following a rescue operation. The pup – nicknamed Miracle by volunteers – was first spotted stuck on Aberavon Beach in Port Talbot on Sunday. It had wriggled into a gap between rocks and had

Read More