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100 SECTION H • Oceanographic Research Vessels • BG 2018 American Vibracore Services Inc. 1215 Wallace Dr. Delray Beach, FL 33444 Email: THUNDERFORCE/1980, 85 ft., 98 GT • Furuno DGPS-35 and Furuno 1840 radar, Garmin 200 GPS, Ritchie compass, Apelco RDF, Furuno 630 video sound- er, Furuno FCV 292. • — • Standard Infinity, Raytheon 80 VHF, SGC 2000 SSB, sat. phone, cell phone, SGC 2000 SSB, broadband Internet, Wi- Fi. • 30-ft. 10-t. A-frame, 14-ft. 5-t. A-frame, centerline towbit, 26-ft. open transom, portable 4-t. crane, 4T-port, 40 by 26-ft. deck space. • Laboratory module is fully insulated and air-conditioned. • Utility. • Available for lease or charter. Cape Fear Community College 411 N. Front St. Wilmington, NC 28401-3993 Email: CAPE HATTERAS/1981, 135 ft., 296 GT • Northstar 952X GPS, Northstar 800 GPS, two Furuno Mk115 radar, two Sperry Mk 14 gyros, Nobeltec and Maptech electronic chart systems, Furuno FA-100 AIS, Furuno FCV292 sounder, Northstar 6100i GPS. • Sea-Bird SBE32 Niskin carousel, Sippican MK-12 XBT, Teledyne RDI ADCP, two Ocean Instruments box corers, grav- ity corer, Shipek grab, basket dredge, otter trawl, HYPACK multibeam side scan, SeaBotix ROV, sub-bottom profiler. • Four VHF radios, ICOM M802 SSB, Globalcom Iridium sat. phone, KVH V3-IP TracPhone, Furuno NX-300 Navtex. • Markey DUSH-8 trawl winch, Markey DUSH-5 CTD winch, Markey COM-7 portable winch, two Alaska Marine cranes, 15,000-lb. stern A-frame, 3,000-lb. side J-frame. • Main lab is 490 sq. ft., wet lab is 91 sq. ft., electronics lab is 107 sq. ft. • Marine technology training. • Available for lease or charter. MARTECH I/1981, 53 ft., 30 GT • Furuno FCV-620 echosounder, Furuno Model 1832 radar. • Sea-Bird CTD, Phantom 300 mini-ROV, Niskin bottles, trawls, dredges, plankton nets, bottom grabs, Trimble DGPS Model DSM212H. • VHF, SyQwest Bathy 500 MF echosounding system, addi- tional research instrumentation available. • A-frame 1-t. SWL. • 120-sq.-ft. of lab space. • Marine technology student training, estuarine research. • Available for charter. CR Environmental Inc. 639 Boxberry Hill Rd. East Falmouth, MA 02536 Email: JAMIE HANNA/2012, 55 ft., 50 GT • Furuno NavNet 3D MFDBB black box, Furuno NavPilot 700 autopilot, Furuno DRS6A 6-kW 64-nm radar array, PC plotter with coast-to-coast charts, Hemisphere VS-110 GPS/ heading sensor, HYPACK survey software. • Furuno DFF digital echosounder, Teledyne Odom CVM dual-frequency echosounder, Sea-Bird SEACAT CTD Ed- geTech 4100P digital side scan sonar, EdgeTech 3200 sub- bottom profiler with 216 towfish, Marine Magnetics Explorer magnetometer, underwater video sled, Outland Technology 1000 ROV. • ICOM MA500TR Class-B AIS, Standard Horizon GX5500 VHF/loud hailer, Standard Horizon Titan GX2150 VHF AIS, and Sirius satellite, radio and weather. • 1,000-hp Caterpillar C-18-ACERT main engine, Northern Lights 12-kW genset, two Pullmaster H8 5,000-lb. capac- ity winches, two 1,000-lb. capacity oceanographic winches with slip ring assemblies, 5,000-lb. capacity hydraulic A- frame, 1,000-lb. capacity lobster davit with 14-in. pot/anchor hauler, NAVCO BH-6 pneumatic vibracore system, Teledyne Benthos piston coring system. • 480-sq.-ft. of deck space, 180-sq.-ft. lab space in pilot house, heat and air conditioning, full head and heated show- er, four berths with AC power, LED lights, full galley with full- sized refrigerator and stove. • Offshore multibeam bathymetric and geophysical surveys, oceanographic mooring deployments and recoveries, vibrac- ore operations, oceanographic equipment testing. • Available for lease or charter. Retriever—Monterey Canyon Research Vessels Inc. Ridley Thomas—EGS (Asia) Ltd. Robert C. Seamans—Sea Education Association Robert Gordon Sproul—Scripps Institution of Oceanography Roger Revelle—Scripps Institution of Oceanography Ronald H. Brown—NOAA Savannah—Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Seahawk—University of North Carolina at Wilmington Sealth—Global Seas LLC Seawolf—SUNY, Stony Brook Shana Rae—Monterey Canyon Research Vessels Inc. Shearwater—Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey Inc. Shinnecock—SUNY, Stony Brook Solander—Australian Institute of Marine Science Strait Explorer—McGregor GeoScience Limited Strait Hunter—McGregor GeoScience Limited Strait Signet—McGregor GeoScience Limited Sultana—University of Puerto Rico Suncoaster—Oasis Global Energy Services L.L.C. Surveyor—Maritime Logistics Inc. Susan Hudson—Duke University Marine Laboratory Thomas G. Thompson—University of Washington Thomas Jefferson—NOAA Thunderforce—American Vibracore Services Inc. Tioga—Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Tommy Munro—Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Transquest—Transquest Inc. Weatherbird II—Florida Institute of Oceanography Westerly—Zephyr Marine Western Flyer—Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Yard Patrol Craft YP686—U.S. Naval Academy Yellowfin—Southern California Marine Institute Yuzhmorgeologiya—CGGE International Zephyr—Outbound Marine Guide to Section H VESSEL/Year built or converted, length, displacement • Navigation equipment • Research instrumentation • Communications equipment • Deck gear • Laboratory facilities • Ship's mission • Lease/charter availability EAST COAST Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey Inc. 155 Hudson Ave. Norwood, NJ 07648 Email: SHEARWATER/1981/2011, 110 ft., 96 GT • Furuno 1944 C/NT radar, PG 500 electronic compass, Applanix PosMV with IMU compass/GPS, Furuno FCV-620 depth sounder, Furuno FA-150 AIS, Garmin 5708 chart plot GPS, ComNav P2VS Commander with fluxgate compass au- topilot. • — • Two ICOM 504 VHF radios, IC-M700TY SSB radio. • — • Innerspace 456 dual-frequency digital single-beam echo- sounder, R2Sonic 2024 multibeam echosounder, Teledyne Benthos Chirp III, sub-bottom profiler, Geo Resources Geo- Spark 1000 VHR seismic, Sonardyne Scout Plus USBL, Klein 3000 and Klein 3900 side scan sonars, Geometrics G-882 magnetometer and gradiometer, hydrographic high-speed winch, Datem Neptune 3000 CPT, Alpine 20-ft. and 40-ft. vibracore, Alpine 3, 6, 10, 20-ft. gravity and piston corers, Alpine box corer. • — • Oceanography, geophysical, geotechnical and environ- mental surveys. • Available for lease or charter. Acadiana—Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium Antonie—MojoCoho Inc. DBA Alcid Endeavors Atlantic Explorer—Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences Atlantic Surveyor—Divemasters Inc. Atlantis—Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Barnes—University of Washington Bay Eagle—Virginia Institute of Marine Science Bell M. Shimada—NOAA Bellows—Florida Institute of Oceanography Bonnie Marietta—Mark M. Tognazzini Brendan D II—Port Townsend Marine Science Service Center Brooks McCall—TDI-Brooks International Inc. Cape Fear—University of North Carolina at Wilmington Cape Ferguson—Australian Institute of Marine Science Cape Hatteras—Cape Fear Community College Carole Ann—Southern Maine Community College Chinook—Zephyr Marine Connecticut—University of Connecticut Coral Reef II—John G. Shedd Aquarium Coral Sea—Humboldt State University Coriolis II—Reformar Corwith Cramer—Sea Education Association Donald W. Pritchard—SUNY, Stony Brook Elakha—Oregon State University Endeavor—University of Rhode Island Eugenie Clark—Mote Marine Laboratory Fairweather—NOAA Fay Slover—Old Dominion University Ferdinand Hassler—NOAA F. G. Walton Smith—University of Miami Fish Hawk—Virginia Institute of Marine Science Forerunner—Clatsop Community College Fugro Americas—Fugro Geoservices Inc. Fugro Enterprise—Fugro Geoservices Inc. Gelendzhik—CGGE International Geodetic Surveyor—Fugro Geoservices Inc. Gordon Gunter—NOAA Gulf Challenger—University of New Hampshire Gyre—TDI-Brooks International Inc. HD Contender—HydroDive Nigeria Ltd. Heincke—Alfred-Wegener Institute Henry B. Bigelow—NOAA Hi'ialakai—NOAA Hugh R. Sharp—University of Delaware James Kirby—James Cook University of North Queensland Jamie Hanna—CR Environmental Inc. John H. Martin—Moss Landing Marine Laboratories John M. Kingsbury—Shoals Marine Laboratory JOIDES Resolution—Texas A&M University Ka'Imikai-O-Kanaloa—University of Hawaii Kilo Moana—University of Hawaii Knorr—Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Lampsilis—Reformar Laurence M. Gould—National Science Foundation Laurentian R8001—Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Lophius—CR Environmental Inc. Marcus G. Langseth— Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Maritime Maid—Maritime Helicopters Martech I—Cape Fear Community College Michael Uhl—Maritime Logistics Minotaur—Zephyr Marine Miss Emma McCall—Fugro Geoservices Inc. Mt. Augustine—Global Seas LLC Mt. Mitchell—Global Seas LLC Natale Colosi—Interstate Environmental Commission Nancy Foster—NOAA Nathaniel B. Palmer—National Science Foundation Neeskay—University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Northstar 4—Northstar Marine Oceaneer IV—Florida Atlantic University Oceanus—Oregon State University Okeanos Explorer—NOAA Oregon II—NOAA Orion—Substructure Inc. Oscar Dyson—NOAA Oscar Elton Sette—NOAA Osprey—NYC Department of Environmental Protection Paumanok—SUNY, Stony Brook Peconic—SUNY, Stony Brook Pelican—Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium Pelican—Virginia Institute of Marine Science Pisces—NOAA Point Sur—Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Proteus—TDI-Brooks International Inc. Questuary—San Francisco State University Rachel Carson—Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Rachel Carson—University of Maryland Rainier—NOAA RESEARCH VESSEL LOCATOR

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