As a young company, our passion is in wanting humans to interact with the marine world differently. We understand that as a species we need to grow and take up more space, but we aim to make our impact on the environment as minimal as possible. In fact, we want to give back more than we take out, this way the blue economy will keep on giving for generations to come!

For us, our work is our passion. As a group of professionals, we dedicate ourselves to the task given to us and provide a level of service which is unmatched. For that reason, we focus on what we enjoy doing and will not take part in projects which do not treat the marine environment with the utmost respect.
The building blocks to saving our oceans

In an effort to restore the tragic state the human race has left our oceans in, we decided to knuckle down and dedicate a huge amount of our time and research in coming up with an new and innovative solution, in an effort to rectify some of these ever-growing issues. The result, Reef Cubes.

Reef Cubes are hollow, stackable, adaptable and made almost entirely of concrete with the addition of some sustainable bonding ingredients to ensure they last indefinitely with minimal affect to the oceans. A keying system was later added to the Reef Cubes in an effort to make them almost ‘lego-like’, creating infinite possibilities for stacking formations and sea-life tunnels. Available in both 1m3 and 0.5m3, they are perfect for various applications including offshore wind turbines, trawler protection, coastal defence, diving sites and establishing underwater reef systems.

Thanks to our bespoke shippable moulding system, we are able to ship these products globally. This allows the end user to cast Reef Cubes in the moulds upon delivery and create as much habitat as required for the desired application.


"Based on the South West Coast of England, ARC Marine construct and design eco-engineered marine habitats. As marine engineering specialists, we have a dedicated marine science department, innovative product designers and a HSE commercial dive team.”

Latest News

ARC Marine Tank Tuesdays Ballan Wrasse Babbacombe banner

Tank Tuesdays 3

The Ballan Wrasse (Labrus bergylta)   Last week we released a Ballan Wrasse, Labrus bergylta, that had been a resident in our largest marine tank at our testing facility in Brixham, Devon, back in to the local waters where it was caught. This individual was very sociable and would often come to the front of the…

ARC Marine Ocean Reef through water comms banner

ARC Marine LTD Receives European ERDF Funding Through Marine-I

ARC Marine LTD received funding from the MCF Project funded from the ERDF as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 ARC Marine LTD received a grant from the Marine Challenge Fund which is accessed by the Marine-I programme as part of the ERDF’s European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme…

ARC Marine Tank Tuesdays Snakelocks anemone banner

Tank Tuesdays 2

The Snakelocks Anemone With serpentine tentacles like Medusa’s weave* it’s easy to see how the snakelocks anemone Anemonia viridis got it’s name. Like a gorgonian perm this cnidarian** wafts its tentacles about to catch pieces of food, passing them back to it’s body to digest. This is exactly what our anemone here at ARC Marine’s…

ARC Marine Cryafish Juvenile

ARC Marine Tank Tuesdays: The New Crayfish Nursery

ARC Marine’s crayfish larvae get a new home Today marks the inaugural release of our crayfish larvae in to their new home, in our lab at Brixham! Six weeks ago, we tickled the crayfish babies from their mother’s abdomen in to a small netted holding tank. Now they’re getting an upgrade and we’ve dedicated a…

ARC Marine Bio Blocks Deployment University of Plymouth Marine Services

ARC Marine Constructs and Deploys 5 Intertidal BIO Blocks for the University of Plymouth

In collaboration with the University of Plymouth, ARC Marine has constructed and deployed 5 intertidal BIO Blocks between the National Marine Aquarium and the University’s Marine Station within Plymouth Harbour. The BIO Blocks are 1m x 1m solid concrete cubes with various holes and depressions formed into the cube itself to replicate a rocky intertidal…


Our stats