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NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler is a hydrographic survey vessel whose primary mission is to map coastal waters to update nautical charts. The ship also supports many other activities, including testing of autonomous...
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Mailing Address NOAA Ship Gordon GunterGulf Marine Support Facility151 Watts AvenuePascagoula, MS 39567-4102NOAA.Ship.Gordon.Gunter@noaa.gov Phone in Port 228-769-7905/8403 Gulf Marine Support Facility 228-769-0307...
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NOAA Ship Gordon Gunter is a multipurpose oceanographic research vessel whose primary mission is to study marine mammals and other living marine resources. When surveying for marine mammals, visual observers scan...
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Mailing Address NOAA Ship Henry Bigelow47 Chandler StNewport, RI 02841Noaa.Ship.Henry.Bigelow@noaa.gov Phone in Port 401-841-6231/34/35 (Voice) Cellular 774-772-5626, 850-866-0204 (CO) 951-202-3656, 757-620-1740 (XO...
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NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow is a state-of-the-art fisheries survey vessel that studies a wide range of marine life and ocean conditions along the U.S. East Coast.  Commissioned in 2007 and homeported in Newport,...
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NOAA Ship Hi‘ialakai was a multipurpose oceanographic research vessel whose primary missions included coral reef ecosystem mapping, coral reef health and fish stock studies, and maritime heritage surveys in the...

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