Better solutions for complex
shipping requirements

Welcome to Tactical Marine Solutions

A marine management group with the proven ability to design or evaluate shipping systems, find and negotiate the acquisition of specialized ships, and manage ships, safely, economically and effectively.

Tactical Marine Solutions offers better solutions for complex shipping requirements, whether you are a shipping company, the marine department of a resources company, an expedition cruise company, or government agency.

We specialise in:

  • Finding the right ship for your requirements

    Based upon our long experience chartering in a variety of trades and our worldwide network of shipowners and brokers.

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    Expedition Permitting

    TMS specialises in the procurement and management of permits for expedition activities in the polar regions and globally.

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    Evaluating planned shipping projects

    This includes managing ice transit studies, detailed voyage, operating and capital costs analysis, financial modelling, vessel conceptual design, regulatory impacts and scheduling.

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    Managed ship operations

    Tailored for the particular needs of the research, offshore, and polar segments in Canada.

For real gains, change the way the business operates.

We can help you stand back and see what needs to be done and then make it happen.

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Recent Projects

Chartering, import and operation of an icebreaker in support of shipping access to a northern iron mine

Managing the polar expedition permitting for a global cruise company, covering 6 expedition cruise vessels.

Procurement, selection and negotiation for escort tugs and an OSRV.

Seaborne re-supply operations review and recommendations to improve efficiency, reliability and cost effectiveness.

Commercial and technical management of a research ship, including comprehensive refit, extension and conversion to a hybrid propulsion system.

Chartering, import and operation of an icebreaker in support of the largest cruise ship to transit the Northwest Passage, twice.