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Montevideo, May 27th 2017 - 21:14 UTC

Tag: RRS James Clark Ross

  • Sunday, May 14th 2017 - 00:03 UTC

    UK/Uruguay confirm Antarctic cooperation with Montevideo visit of two BAS research vessels

    Icebreaker RRS James Clark Ross and RRS Shackleton coincided in Montevideo port  at the end of the Antarctic season

    Two British scientific research vessels coincided in Montevideo in early May at the end of the Antarctic season, in their way back to Southampton. Icebreaker RRS Shackleton and RRS James Clark Ross with sophisticated scientific research equipment and tens of experts in different disciplines spent months in Antarctica and returned to Montevideo, a traditional call port the British Antarctic Survey, BAS.

  • Friday, September 30th 2016 - 08:09 UTC

    RRS James Clark Ross sails to Falklands collecting Mid-Atlantic Ridge data

    As the ship slowly navigates its way following the contour of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, data is being continually collected

    British Antarctic Survey ship, the RRS James Clark Ross, set sail on its long voyage from Immingham in the UK to Stanley in the Falkland Islands last 20 September. The ship, which carries out important scientific research in the Southern Ocean during the Antarctic summer months, is conducting survey work as it makes its passage south.

  • Monday, January 26th 2015 - 21:39 UTC

    State of the art polar vessel for BAS to be delivered in 2019

    The design of the news BAS polar vessel which should be ready for operations in 2019 at a cost of £200 million

    A new polar research vessel is currently being designed for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). The new vessel will be an ice-capable, multi-role polar research and logistics ship which will be used to conduct science and to resupply the BAS stations such as the two in South Georgia, according to the latest South Georgia Newsletter.