R/V Neil Armstrong completes acceptance trials; Elcano LNG carriers to be largest to transit Panama Canal

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R/V Neil Armstrong completes acceptance trials
August 28, 2015—The first-of-class oceanographic research vessel R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR 27), has successfully completed acceptance trials. Built by shipbuilder Dakota Creek Industries, Anacortes, WA, Neil Armstrong is a modern mono-hull research vessel capable of integrated, interdisciplinary, general purpose oceanographic research in coastal and deep ocean areas.



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