A Tour of the RRS James Cook

The Royal Research Ship James Cook tied up at Cove just before Christmas. The Ship is operated by the UK’s National Oceanography Center, and was conducting the Atlantic Zone Monitoring Program of Newfoundland for DFO – Science work that would have been conducted by the Hudson normally.

the James Cook is due to sail at 10:00 this morning for Fort Lauderdale Florida. Yesterday, the folks at Cove offered me a tour of the ship, led by the Captain and 2nd Officer. Stuart Peddle with the Herald also attended, and produced this piece.

parallelgram winch, used for lowering instruments. the dooors lead t the wet lab.
rear deck
science space.
another science space.
Galley
bridge navigation Console
Dynamic Positioning station
Starboard side
engine controls
forward decks
bridge looking toward DP station
chart table.
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