Coast Guard, Woods Hole researchers rescue 13 from sinking vessel off Virginia coast
UAF’s Seward Marine Center celebrates a half-century of supporting marine research
Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star completes 12-week deployment in Bering Strait region
The U.S. Coast Guard’s sole heavy icebreaker, Polar Star, recently broke the nation’s 40-year winter absence from icy waters above the Arctic Circle while on a 12-week deployment to the Bering Strait region.
Seattle-based Coast Guard icebreaker returns home after first mission in nearly 40 years to wintertime Arctic
UVM commissions $3.9 million hybrid electric/diesel vessel for Lake Champlain research
The winch is operated using a single wireless joystick developed by engineers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The UVM boat will be the first in the world to use this technology.
35 Years Ago: STS-51J – First Flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis
Space shuttle Atlantis, named after the two-masted research vessel used by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution between 1930 and 1966, was the fourth space-qualified orbiter to join the fleet
Atlantis getting ‘midlife fitting’ at Dakota Creek
The Atlantis is a scientific research vessel owned by the U.S. Navy Office of Naval Research and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, a nonprofit ocean research and education organization based in Massachusetts.
WHOI vessel tapped for Argentine sub search
quotes WHOI news release about search for missing sub
Allied Marine Crane Outfits R/V Neil Armstrong
U.S. Navy Office of Naval Research selects WHOI to operate the new Neil Armstrong vessel.