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Gallant Aquatic Ventures International

Gallant Aquatic Ventures International

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Gallant Aquatic Ventures International LLC (GAVI) is a Service Connected Disabled American Veteran Owned small business that offers optimal solutions in extreme environments. GAVI specializes in Submersible and Diving Equipment development, Biomedical aspects of diving as well as Submersible and Diver Safety and Effectiveness research. We are experts in Hazard Analysis. We have protocols that can be rapidly transitioned to fleet capabilities by improving procedures or increasing levels of safety and survivability. GAVI has current submersible pilots trained and ready to function as test directors and as training staff for your submersible. GAVI is active in CCR (annual renewal) with North American Industry Classification System codes 541330, 561990, 611620, 532411, 541 and 541690. DUNS#: 079160794, CAGE code: 1ST12. We have fulfilled government contracts for University of Hawaii, DoD, Division of Land and Natural Resources, NOAA, as well as commercial companies such as James Cameron's Earthship Productions.

GAVI aided in the development of equipment for Dräger and Poseidon and serves on the rebreather advisory board for the International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers. We have a superb understanding of all International Association of Classing Societies (IACS) rules for building and classing submersibles. We also have several members of GAVI who sit on the American Bureau of Shipping special committee for building and classing undersea vehicles and hyperbaric systems. GAVI has MANY joint publications (see publications page) and often sought out for their opinion on all matters in the underwater realm. Our team consists of world renowned scientists, well qualified Program Managers, Navy SEALs, Naval Architects and Subsea Engineers who are all experts in their fields. GAVI can and will meet your business needs!


International Association of Nitrox Divers, IAND, was formed in 1985 in response to the needs of the diving public. Up until that time, mixed gas diving and the use of decompression gasses was limited, in a formal way, to military and commercial divers.