NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer: In Port – Hawaii

NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer has arrived in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and is now docked at Ford Island. On July 10Okeanos will depart on a 15-day mapping cruise to the Johnston Atoll portion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. During the cruise, mapping will take place along Horizon Guyot and the Karin and Johnston Seamount chains. 

 

Shortly after arriving in Baltimore, ROV Deep Discoverer was off-loaded from Okeanos Explorer to the pier that would be its home for the next few days.

NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer docked at the pier in front of the NOAA Inouye Regional Center on Ford Island, Hawaii. Image courtesy of Mahina Peleiholani-Blankenfeld/NOAA.


 

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