- Maritime Safety
- Maritime Security
- Auxiliary Vessels
- Mission Readiness
To watch, monitor and secure your Exclusive Economic Zone
For a growing number of states, the ability to patrol and effectively police their Maritime Territory has taken on strategic importance. Patrolling maritime borders and countering criminal activity such as piracy, human trafficking and drugs smuggling are just some of these responsibilities.
To achieve your Maritime Safety missions, OCEA has developed a dedicated range of sea-proven fast patrol boat and offshore patrol vessel platforms.
To intervene, escort and deter
In the appropriation and surveillance processes, Coast Guards and Navies organizations have to anticipate and reply to threats appealing to customized Maritime Security missions like coercive intervention, temporary control of a littoral area, escort or protection of High Value Assets or fight against asymmetric threats.
To bring you innovative and clean-cut solutions for your Maritime Security missions, OCEA has developed a dedicated range of interceptor and command boat platforms
To know, protect and train
Administrating the EEZ, managing the resources and the Blue Economy, supporting the law enforcement operations, training cadets and ratings are some of the wide variety of auxiliary missions under responsibility of the Coast Guards and Navies worldwide.
To achieve your Auxiliary missions, OCEA has developed a dedicated range of sea-proven offshore support vessel, landing craft and training vessel platforms.
To complement the high-quality specification of the Maritime Safety
Maritime Security and Auxiliary range of vessels, and perpetuate your investment, OCEA offers a comprehensive services program – Integrated Logistics Support, designed to meet your organization.
ILS includes technical documentation, technical assistance and customized technical and operational training for crew and maintenance teams alike.
Expand your control at sea
The E.E.Z. management is a challenge for every country in terms of sovereignty, economical issues, safety at sea and security.
- OCEA group
OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB “KRI 933 RIGEL” deployed by the Indonesian Navy found one of the two black boxes of the crashed Sriwijaya Air plane (SJ 182)
Following the crash of the Sriwijaya Air flight 182 on Saturday 9 January 2021, the KRI 933 RIGEL, designed and built by OCEA Shipyard France, was deployed to search for the black boxes of the Boeing 737 that crashed in the Java sea, off the coast of Jakarta.
13th January 2021
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OCEA S.A. is today the French leader in Aluminium Shipbuilding.
Specialized in the design, building and support of aluminium vessels up to 85 m, OCEA S.A. has rapidly expanded since its establishment in 1987.
From the very beginning, OCEA S.A. created an internal design capacity and focused on the knowledge, management, operation and security of the maritime territory and operations inside the Exclusive Economic Zone area.
Customer focussed, OCEA tailors its solution to meet each customer’s specific operational requirement.
The design department of OCEA seek to optimise the hull design of each platform and the systems integration to ensure the operational efficiency and sustainability of our vessels.
To accompany our customers, and be “your partner all the way” OCEA developed a comprehensive service package offer