Goodwinds Marine Services was founded by a group of qualified professionals with a broad experience in the sector, able to provide specialized technical consulting, ISM-ISPS-MLC external and internal Audits, flag state inspections, maritime consulting, block chain consulting including bunkers and logistics within the Iberian Peninsula, thanks to a wide network of collaborators, which enables us to satisfy the needs of those clients that are looking to externalize services.
We can act as Marine Surveyors, Warranty Surveyors and Port Captains.
We count with proffesional grade ROV equipped with the latest technology, including a grabber arm able to recover objects from the sea floor or carry out light to medium technical jobs, designed for underwater surveys. We also offer air services by mean of highly proffesional drones.
Also from Goodwinds Marine Services we support the protection of the environment, so that we have gotten involved in an advanced project that builds and distributes high performance polymer work - HDPE boats, 100% recyclable.
Our technical team comply with the vital processes that ensure quality and safety for both personnel and equipment.
People is our best asset, and our focus is in providing the client with the highest standard of quality possible to guarantee a successful relationship.
Goodwinds Marine Services success relies on the compromise and competence of our staff, comprised of experienced STCW Captains and Chief Engineers.
Goodwinds Marine Services is going to change the industry outlook with new innovative and exciting exploration tools and our top of the line rovs.
Our versatile and multidisciplinary work team offers its services in the whole national area, with active involvement in various international projects.
Thus, as example, we are currently working to introduce the latest and most effective technology fight the covid-19 from both, enclosed spaces and surfaces, thanks to a project with Global impact.
A project that came to a reality in Spain along 2020 and will be in Equatorial Guinea in 2021.