Diver Propulsion Vehicle

SUEX – The Submarine Exploration Company – represents the cutting-edge technology of underwater mobility.

Performance, reliability, manoeuvrability, complete product range and the excellent after-market service are the cornerstones that make Suex undisputed leader in the underwater diver propulsion market. World-renowned for quality and portability, Suex offers the single-hull Artemis SX and dual-hull Artemis ELITE diver propulsion vehicles integrated with navigation solutions from Blueprint Subsea.

For long underwater transits, a DPV with navigation capability will enhance the probability of mission success and reduce the impact of fatigue on a military diver.

SUEX Artemis ELITE Diver Propulsion Vehicle with capability of multiple diver tows for medium ranges.
SUEX Artemis ELITE Diver Propulsion Vehicle with integrated Blueprint Subsea Forward-Looking Sonar, Side Scan Sonar, Doppler Velocity Log, messaging and Iridium communications.





SUEX Diver Propulsion Vehicles include a full range of accessories, exclusive features and patented designs that provide maximum functionality from your dive scooter.




Key Features

Up to 25-hour mission duration

Speeds up to 4.2 knots

Increased module payload capacity

Search and recovery


Deep sea mineral exploration

Marine & Fisheries research

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