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Atlantis Returns

On Sept. 6, 2010, R/V Atlantis returned to Woods Hole after more than four years away.

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R/V Atlantis

Photos of the research vessel and some of the science performed onboard.

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R/V Knorr

Photos of the research vessel through the years.

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Tioga on the Go

Fast, roomy, and even equipped with a hot shower, the research vessel Tioga has been traveling the New England coast since its arrival in April at Woods Hole.

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Abstract Oceanus

Images from Chris Linder's summer 2003 cruise to the Irminger Sea aboard R/V Oceanus.

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Building Tioga

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's new 60-foot, $1.6 million coastal research vessel arrived April 16 in Woods Hole. Planning and building the ship for science and education required careful design.

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History of WHOI Ships

WHOI's research vessels through the years.

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Atlantis Returns
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Atlantis Returns

On Sept. 6, 2010, R/V Atlantis returned to Woods Hole after more than four years away. During that time, it sailed nearly 105,000 miles, conducting 60 science cruises, and the deep submergence vehicle Alvin made 475 dives. Atlantis will remain close to home for the next few months, making two cruises in the western North Atlantic, before embarking in December with Alvin to the Gulf of Mexico.

Tioga Tour
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Tioga Tour

Take a tour of the interior and exterior of the coastal research vessel Tioga.