Namibia is the 9th largest diamond producer in the world, by value.
Namibia produces 95% gem quality diamonds.
The strength of Namibia's diamonds lies in the high value stones, ranking 2nd globally by dollar per carat.
Debmarine Namibia's annual production capacity is 1.4million carats.
Debmarine Namibia is the largest producer of diamonds in Namibia, by value and volume.
Debmarine Namibia accounts for around 70% of total diamond production in Namibia.
The mv Mafuta is the world’s largest marine diamond mining vessel.
The mv Mafuta accounts for over 50% of total Debmarine Namibia production.
Wave swells in the Debmarine Namibia mining licence area can reach up to 10 metres.
The biggest diamond produced by Debmarine Namibia was 80.3 carats.

Debmarine Namibia awards young scientists

Date Posted: 01 October 2015

The pupils from Windhoek and other regions were accorded an opportunity to interact with scientific researchers and encounter different types of science and engagement at the National Commission on Research, Science and Technology (NCRST) festival held at Windhoek Country Club and Resort.
Debmarine Namibia as one of the gold sponsors of the festival organised a competition within a socially stimulated and enjoyable setting as the learners showed interest and curiosity in Debmarine Namibia operations.

Several learners took part in the competition and had their marine diamond mining theory tested. The five lucky winners walked away with hampers comprising of science tools and for those who were not lucky enough walked away with goodies.

Learners who won were as follows: Ndilimomwene Namwandi a Grade 9 learner at Dr Frans Aupa Indongo Primary School, Kashululu Sonia a Grade 9 learner also from Dr Frans Aupa Indongo Primary School in Katutura, Asino Witness a Grade 11 learner from Gabriel Taapopi Senior Secondary School in Oshana Region, Carlos Shipatuleni a Grade 11 learner from Oshigambo Senior Secondary School in Oshikoto Region and Daniella Goses a Grade 11 learner at Windhoek Technical High School.