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  • New Coring Vessels Ready to Go

    New Coring Vessels Ready to Go

    Aqua Survey is excited to reveal that we have officially added three new sediment sampling vessels to our fleet. Each one was designed by a marine architect to vibracore efficiently and be robust enough to handle the rigors of electro vibracoring. Introducing: The Manasquan, The Sandusky, and The Packanack. The Manasquan was recently deployed on […]

  • Royal Princess vs. Puritans

    Royal Princess vs. Puritans

    Native American Princess turned Wealthy Puritan It probably can be said for most that lived in the 1600’s, but for sure, Jane Sandusky did not live an easy life. A Native-American believed by the Hayes family to be of Sandusky heritage, Jane was born near modern-day York, Maine in about the year 1622. Sometime before […]

  • Bomb Hunting in Remote Jungle

    Bomb Hunting in Remote Jungle

    Mission Success – ASI / Geonics collaboration results in safer future for Lao children Another UXO clearance mission was just successfully completed with a Geonics EM61-LX2 and the ASI Pointer in Khammouan Province, Laos along a proposed transmission line. Laos is per-capita, the most heavily bombed country in the world. They’d like to become “the battery” […]

  • Aqua Survey Expands Coring Fleet

    Aqua Survey Expands Coring Fleet

    Aqua Survey is expanding its fleet of dedicated sediment vibracoring vessels from 6 to 9. Currently under construction are three, 24-foot long, pontoon vessels. All three are scheduled to come online in early 2022.  The vessels have been engineered specifically to collect sediment electro-vibracores inshore and to easily be trailered to your near or distant […]

  • The Great Gold Heist – Part Two

    The Great Gold Heist – Part Two

    1865 Crime Scene Meets 21st Century Technology One can imagine what 156 years of gossip, folklore and hearsay can do to the veracity of facts, especially when those facts concern what some called the “Great Heist of the 19th Century”. Aqua Survey was brought in by Civil War historian and author, Bob Young (pictured bottom […]

  • Some Called it the Heist of the Century

    Some Called it the Heist of the Century

    “About twelve o’clock the tramp of cavalry was heard coming down upon our train at full speed, and in ten seconds after the alarm was given, they were upon us … with pistols and carbines in almost immediate contact with our persons, demanded the instantaneous surrender of our party and train upon pain of death.” […]

  • Bridging the Gap between Land and Water

    Preview our 3D model of a seawall in disrepair Seamless Land and Water Surveys The area between land and water is one that has been difficult to survey with traditional methods. One of Aqua Survey’s specialties is creating engineering-quality 3D models of this transitional zone through the application of recent technological advancements. Seawalls, headwalls, wharfs, […]

  • Lighthouse Preservation: A Case Study in Reality Modeling

    Lighthouse Preservation: A Case Study in Reality Modeling

    Combining multiple survey methodologies, Aqua Survey is able to create engineering-grade 3D point cloud models that seamlessly transition between above and below water. This was a crucial support tool to the engineers assessing the structural integrity of the historic Hudson-Athens Lighthouse in Hudson, New York. Seen in this video:  Survey Model Life on […]

  • Gettysburg – An Archeological Investigation

    Gettysburg – An Archeological Investigation

    Aqua Survey recently performed a survey on private land near Gettysburg National Military Park. Fought on July 1-3, 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg was a decisive Union victory, many considering it to be the turning point of the war. With an estimated 51,000 casualties, it is the bloodiest battle ever fought in North America. About […]