We are Aotearoa’s leading Maori and Pacific commercial and scientific dive company who specialise in Aquaculture, Sustainability Development and Blue Economy innovation.

Aquaculture is an industry that will enhance the social and economic outcomes of Aotearoa through the sustainable use of ocean resources and a focus on preserving the health and quality of the oceans ecosystem.

We are Aotearoa’s leading Maori and Pacific commercial and scientific dive company who specialise in Aquaculture, Sustainability Development and Blue Economy innovation.

Aquaculture is an industry that will enhance the social and economic outcomes of Aotearoa through the sustainable use of ocean resources and a focus on preserving the health and quality of the oceans ecosystem.

Aquaculture Aotearoa is NZ owned and operated and this aspect of the business enriches the fabric of our vision of creating a sustainable and productive business that is resilient and inclusive.

Through our approach we are committed to creating pathways, preserving resources, and being world-leaders in the an industry that can deliver holistic results. Open Ocean Aquaculture is our speciality and the benefits around this address environmental issues we are currently facing as well as food shortage and supply chain issues that are forecast. Being proactive in this space is essential for sustainability development indicators.

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Aquaculture Underwater Seaweed Diver

Aquaculture Aotearoa is NZ owned and operated and this aspect of the business enriches the fabric of our vision of creating a sustainable and productive business that is resilient and inclusive.

Through our approach we are committed to creating pathways, preserving resources, and being world-leaders in the an industry that can deliver holistic results. Open Ocean Aquaculture is our speciality and the benefits around this address environmental issues we are currently facing as well as food shortage and supply chain issues that are forecast. Being proactive in this space is essential for sustainability development indicators.

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Aquaculture Underwater Seaweed Diver

Aquaculture Enablement Business

Deep Dive Division

Deep Dive Division

  1. Commercial & Scientific Diving
  2. Environmental Science
  3. Aquaculture
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Aquaculture Aotearoa

Aquaculture Aotearoa

  1. Seaweed Farms
  2. Cultivation of Seaweed
  3. Product manufacturing & distribution

The aquaculture industry is forecast to grow from 350 million to 3 billion by 2035.

The exclusive economic zone in Aotearoa is 15% bigger than our land area and there is an opportunity to convert this space into a sustainable and viable business model. With the increasing pressure on land resources and pollution – the positive effects that can be generated from seaweed farming provide solutions. Seaweed has the power to improve water quality, reduce carbon emissions and provide a nutrient rich consumables.

The value chain analysis we have in place ensures we can develop Aotearoa with the goal of creating momentum for positive change and taking massive action in creating a better future for food and fibres in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Commercial And Scientific Dive Company NZ

The aquaculture industry is forecast to grow from 350 million to 3 billion by 2035.

The exclusive economic zone in Aotearoa is 15% bigger than our land area and there is an opportunity to convert this space into a sustainable and viable business model. With the increasing pressure on land resources and pollution – the positive effects that can be generated from seaweed farming provide solutions. Seaweed has the power to improve water quality, reduce carbon emissions and provide a nutrient rich consumables.

The value chain analysis we have in place ensures we can develop Aotearoa with the goal of creating momentum for positive change and taking massive action in creating a better future for food and fibres in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Commercial And Scientific Dive Company NZ

Interested in knowing more? Get in touch with us.

Email: info@aquacultureaotearoa.co.nz