Construction begins in Tarpon Springs on oceanography research boat (w/video)

VIDEO!!! Construction begins in Tarpon Springs on oceanography research boat
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  • The boat will house two scientific labs and will replace the 46-year-old Bellows, the current boat used by researchers.
  • TARPON SPRINGS – Duckworth Steel Boats began construction Wednesday on the Florida Institute of Oceanography’s new $6 million research vessel, a boat that will help scientists and students study waters surrounding the state.
  • Construction, paid for together by the institute, the state, the city of St. Petersburg and various universities and colleges that have used the Bellows in the past, is expected to take 12-14 months.

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TARPON SPRINGS — Duckworth Steel Boats began construction Wednesday on the Florida Institute of Oceanography’s new $6 million research vessel, a boat that will help scientists and students study waters surrounding the state.


Construction begins in Tarpon Springs on oceanography research boat (w/video)

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