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	The 36' Rumline, featuring a custom-built dive platform. Rumline is licensed for 30 passengers.</p>

The 36' Rumline, featuring a custom-built dive platform. Rumline is licensed for 30 passengers.

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	41' R/V <em>Stommel</em>, featuring an A-frame and winch for the deployment/recovery of research equipment and instruments with plenty of deck space for dive gear. Capacity is 40 passengers.</p>

41' R/V Stommel, featuring an A-frame and winch for the deployment/recovery of research equipment and instruments with plenty of deck space for dive gear. Capacity is 40 passengers.

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	26' <em>Sea Dance</em>, an outboard vessel.</p>

26' Sea Dance, an outboard vessel.

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	26' <em>Reefrunner</em>, a twin engine v-hull with a specialized dive platform.</p>

26' Reefrunner, a twin engine v-hull with a specialized dive platform.

In addition to the R/V Atlantic Explorer, BIOS maintains and operates a fleet of small vessels that can support multiple research projects, education programs, and dive operations.  Currently, the following boats are housed at BIOS and available for day-trips to nearshore waters:

  • 41' R/V Stommel, featuring an A-frame and winch for the deployment/recovery of research equipment and instruments;
  • 36' Rumline, featuring a custom-built dive platform;
  • 26' Sea Dance, an outboard vessel that serves as an excellent working platform;
  • 26' Reefrunner, a twin engine v-hull with a specialized dive platform;
  • 20' Boston Whaler
  • 16' Mussel Pie