Avoids problems with salmon lice. Subsea harvest collects seawater from levels below where the salmon lice and toxic algae is located. Subsea harvest is a closed facility. With recurring problems and financial losses caused by escapes, we have created a system that would completely out rule the possibility for this to happen. Our method ensures lower feed waste, lower feed costs and efficient production.

One of our main targets is to use the ocean floor, which is nearly untouched to this day when it comes to this type of industry, which gives us a massive new area for production

  • Volume of 250000m3

  • Produce the fish in it is natural habitat

  • Annual production capacity of 10000 tonn

Key systems and benefits
  • Cost

  • Operating window HS 0-15

  • System offshore/inshore

  • Closed or open system

  • No areal conflict

  • Can be placed in the water column

  • Infinite access to clean seawater

  • Favourable temperature for salmon farming

  • No discharge to sea


Optimal Fish Welfare throughout production in a safe environment, with good water quality and little to no handling, disease, mortality, or escape. Which in turn helps the production not to affect wild salmon species.

No lice or parasites provide better welfare. Purified wastewater and sludge used as a resource gives us a green footprint with little or no emissions to the sea.

It can also be used with infrastructure that is already in place and make it more profitable in that manner and reduce the use of well boats which could optimize the overall production. The infrastructure can be connected directly to land infrastructure if installed inshore. Subsea harvest can be used both as an offshore and an inshore solution.

Subsea Harvest
Subsea Harvest

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The vision is to build a future-oriented facility, which stands for sustainable development of the aquaculture industry. Our most important advantage is the clean seawater and the optimized production form where biology is a focus throughout the lifecycle of production which enables us to deliver the high-quality salmon that the market demands.

A major goal for us is to achieve the same type of effective farming in aquaculture as in agriculture, by combining the system directly with a processing facility, which will eliminate the use of well boats for these types of systems when constructed inshore.

Market and international potential

  • Clear indications that the Norwegian government is supporting offshore salmon farming
  • Offshore salmon farming licenses are currently expected in 2022/23
  • A substantial international potential with production closer to the markets