St. John's: (709) 753-5788
Halifax: (902) 492-9220

About Oceans Ltd.

Over 35 years of experience supporting the offshore industry.

Oceans Ltd. has been operating since 1981, with offices in two key Atlantic regions, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador and Halifax, Nova Scotia to service its clients.

Who We Are

Oceans Ltd. is comprised of meteorologists, physical oceanographers, biologists, biochemists, chemists, and engineers who investigate the marine environment and its applications. We’ve amassed valuable information about the physical environment conditions at sea.

Meet Our Team

  • judith-bobbitt

    Judith Bobbit

    CEO

  • Researcher, Aquatic Toxicology

    Juan C. Pérez Casanova

    Researcher, Aquatic Toxicology

  • Chris Lander

    Chris Lander

    Weather Forecaster, Meteorology

  • Chemist, Seaweed Research

    Ahmed L. Zein

    Chemist, Seaweed Research

What We Do

The main interest of Oceans Ltd. is the collection of reliable data upon which our clients can depend on to design contingincy strategies. The company’s main goal is to work together with our clients to guarantee their safety at sea. The many years of experience of the company’s skilled offshore staff working in the roughest possible weather conditions is a guarantee of the quality of Oceans Ltd.’s oceanographic services.

The Newfoundland office has a 24/7 marine weather and sea state forecasting office in-house. Both offices provide site-specific, area, and route forecasting services to various offshore and marine clients.

Using advanced analysis techniques, Oceans Ltd. is leading in the field of physical oceanography, iceberg measurements, marine weather forecasting environmental biomonitoring and seaweed research.

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