Our range of disruptive marine technologies, increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
An expert team with hands-on experience ready to advise on your naval architecture and marine support needs.
our intelligent stability technology
How to measure stability in service without impacting operations.
an expert team
Tymor specialises in maritime safety technology and consultancy, focused on improving operational efficiency and vessel performance. We pride ourselves on our balance of practical experience and academic expertise.
how we help
We provide dynamic safety solutions for the global marine industry.
Innovation is key
We are committed to pushing the marine industry forward, we consider research and development a top priority and we welcome discussion on the technical details.
With offices in Aberdeen and Glasgow in the UK and Lafayette in the US, we support vessel owners, mariners and seafarers operating around the world.
What we’re up to.
Today at Tymor, we’d like to celebrate one formidable woman who helped make our marine tech possible. Grace Hopper (1906-1992) was an accomplished mathematician who joined the Navy as a Lieutenant,...
Tymor Marine launches unique digital technology to cut vessel deadweight audit costs by up to 75%. Aberdeen headquartered maritime technology and consultancy business, Tymor Marine, has...
Well what can we say about this year except well done everyone on making it through to December!! In addition to our usual donation of the cost of Christmas cards, we are also donating our Christmas...
A great way to end a busy week by passing our Cyber Essentials Plus audit. Thanks to Harsh Panchal of TechForce Cyber for guiding us through the process. They made it very straightforward and we...
Maritime technology has always been a major part of Tymor's growth strategy and as part of that, we recently added to our in-house software development team. Satya Tamalampudi and Jehanzeb...
A bit of (socially distanced!) sunshine last week for Niall MacLennan while he was carrying out a deadweight audit on a tanker in Lisnave Estaleiros Navais S.A. Portugal. Luckily he made it back to...