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Title: The research vessel JOHN H' MARTIN was donated to Moss Landing Marine Laboratories by Mr' Jeff Meyer


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The research vessel JOHN H. MARTIN was donated to
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories by Mr. Jeff
Meyer. The 56-foot vessel was built in 1985 by
Westport Boat Builders for charter fishing. The
JOHN H. MARTIN has been  equipped as an
oceanographic research vessel capable of
trawling, bottom sampling, hydrographic sampling,
side scanning, limited geophysical surveying,
dive operations and bird/mammal surveys. The
outstanding feature of the JOHN H. MARTIN is its
speed, enabling rapid transit to and from work
sites in and around Monterey Bay. The conversion
has added an A-frame, winch, flying bridge
observation platform, and a dive ladder. The
cabin area can accommodate computers and other
dry scientific equipment. The JOHN H. MARTIN is
equipped with a Seabird thermosalinograph, a
Wetlabs flurometer and an underway data
acquisition system.
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The specifications of the R/V John H. Martin are

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A-Frame
Fantail and winch (it has slip rings)
Fantail
Flow through water tap on fantail
4
Work table
Water filtration area
Worktable and lunch table (forward)
5
R/V SHANA RAE Built in 1980 by Delta Marine
Industries of Seattle
Since 1986, when Jim finished the vessel's last
season as a salmon tender on Prince William
Sound, the Shana Rae has supported a sweeping
variety of projects across the spectrum of
coastal marine research.  These efforts have
ranged from coring, ROV and dive operations,
towed and anchored arrays, benthic and sub-bottom
studies, to film work, live critter tagging and
tracking, pipeline inspections, and weather
balloon launches.  Available for COAST September
4-9
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Full shower, galley, freezers, and berthing for
seven, total. Modern navigational electronics,
including aircraft VHF, Weatherfax, 48-mile
radar, and differential GPS plotter. Quartz
deck lights aft and powerful sodium floods
forward. Mini drylab with clean AC. 4-way
anchor spread capability.
On Deck (340 square feet) Stern U-frame
10'wide, 12'high, 5000-lb. capacity. Primary
trawl / CTD winch, with 4000 meters 0.322"
torque-balanced, galvanized UNOLS 3-conductor
CTD wire. Starboard waist hydraulic boom,
1200-lb. capacity. 3 overhead deck booms with
3000-lb hoisting winches on each full deck
coverage. Hydraulic capacity 1750 psi
operable between 15 and 75 gallons per minute.
Hydrographic winch with 1000 meters of 3/16"
stainless steel hydrowire. Secondary winch
with 150 meters of 1/4" stainless steel
hydrowire. Foredeck anchor winch with
330-fathom capability. 40 gallon-per-minute
washdown/firehose. Dive ladder suitable for
heavy gear.
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Commercial diving
Aft Deck
Current meter deployment
Laser optics deployment
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