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Capital C Design and Technology Ltd. acts as an agent for Nuytco Research Ltd. and its range of submersibles and atmospheric diving systems for the superyacht and cruise sector.
Why Nuytco Submersibles
Simply put, no other company has the pedigree or track record of designing, building and operating submersibles longer than Nuytco. Nuytco and its sister company, Can-Dive Construction Ltd., have over forty years of global operational experience.
Phil Nuytten; President and Founder of both companies is an internationally recognised pioneer in the diving and submersible industry.
Experience and Track-Record
Nuytco submersibles and ADS systems have logged more dives and operational hours than any other submersible manufacturer. Nuytco’s one-atmosphere hard-suits ‘Newtsuit™’ and ‘Exosuit ADS™’ and ‘DeepWorker’ submersibles, are renowned internationally.
Nuytco ADS systems and DeepWorkers have completed 1000s of dives globally since 1985.
Curasub; a 4 passenger + pilot submersible was put into service in July 2010 and as of July 2021 has logged more dives and operational hours than any other commercially used submersible. Furthermore it has had no major repairs or mechanical breakdowns.
Total dives 2619
Dive Time 2 hours average
A brief timeline of Phil Nuytten’s extraordinary 50 year career within the diving industry, designing, inventing and creating submersibles and dive systems that have opened the ocean’s depths to exploration and industry.
★ 1965 Founded Can Dive Services Ltd.
★ 1969 Co-Founded Oceaneering International Inc.
★ 1970 - 1980 High-Arctic Expeditions with Dr Joe McInnis
★ 1982 Newtsuit ADS patented
★ 1985 Deep Rover, first acrylic hulled submersible designed and built by Can-Dive and Deep Ocean Engineering
★ 1985 Founded Hard Suits Inc., to produce Newtsuits
★ 1989 Senior technical advisor on James Cameron’s movie The Abyss; provided the submersibles and futuristic subsea equipment.
★ 1990 NASA training programme
★ 1995 Remora submarine rescue vehicles patented, built and delivered to the Royal Australian Navy and the US Navy
★ 1996 Subsea camera systems designed and supplied by Can-Dive to James Cameron for the inside videos for the filming of the Titanic.
★ 1997 DeepWorker micro-submersibles commence production
★ 1997 - 2002 DeepWorkers used for the Nat Geo and NOOA Sustainable Seas Expeditions with Dr Sylvia Earle
★ 2000 Exosuit ADS concept under development
★ 2003 Dual DeepWorker in production
★ 2008 US Navy PRMS submarine rescue system
★ 2009 Curasub, 5 man tourist submersible designed and built by Nuytco
★ 2011 Orcasub 610m rated flying submersible designed
★ 2012 Exosuit ADS in production
★ 2011 - 2019 DeepWorkers utilized for astronaut training in the Nasa Extreme Environment Operations (NEEMO) project
Bespoke Designs and Builds
Nuytco can design and build any configuration submersible to suit any client’s requirements. With Nuytco's decades of real life experiences of operating and maintaining more submersibles and ADS systems than other companies, Nuytco can advise you on what does work and doesn’t work and tailor your submersible for your requirements.
Being industry leaders and pioneers in all facets of submersible design and operations, Nuytco takes pride in their impeccable safety record. To achieve this record they have designed their submersibles to be practical in all aspects of operation and maintenance. With safety in mind there is certain elements of a submersibles design that Nuycto strictly adhere too and that is to ensure that there is no key elements within the design that could potentially be a single point of failure.
Nuytco submersible are built to and classed by Lloyd’s Register classification.
Phil Nuytten is passionate about the environment and our oceans has been involved with numerous research projects during his 50 year career and worked with renowned scientists and marine biologists such as Dr Joe MacInnes and Dr Sylvia Earle to name a few. With sustainability being a key focal point of Nuytco’s various submersibles systems; they have been designed around a modular, adaptable and scalable architecture; with many of the systems sharing the same components.