Sōya (icebreaker)
The Sōya (宗谷) is a Japanese icebreaker that serves as a museum ship in Tokyo after a long and storied service spanning some of the 20th Century's headlines of history.
The vessel was built as ...
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CCGS W. E. Ricker
The CCGS W.E. Ricker is a Canadian Coast Guard offshore fisheries research vessel. The vessel was built in 1978 by Narasaki Senpakukogyo Limited of Muroran Hokkaido, Japan. . She previously sailed as...
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RV Mirai
RV Mirai a is Japanese oceanographic research vessel.She was previously the nuclear-powered vessel Mutsu, rebuilt as a conventionally powered ship.
MY Titanic
The motor yacht Titanic is a 1,900-tonne yacht that was formerly the Japanese Government's research/fishing vessel Toko Maru and later Kelso. In March 2010, she developed a leak while sailing in the C...
Kaikō
Kaikō (海溝, "Ocean Trench") was a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) built by the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) for exploration of the deep sea. Kaikō was t...
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ABISMO
ABISMO (Automatic Bottom Inspection and Sampling Mobile) is a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) built by the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) for exploration of ...
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Nisshin Maru
The 8,145-ton vessel MV Nisshin Maru (日新丸) is the primary vessel of the Japanese whaling fleet and is the world's only whaler factory ship. It is also the largest member, and flagship of the seve...
DSV Shinkai 6500
The Shinkai 6500 (しんかい) is a manned research submersible that can dive up to a depth of 6,500 m. It was completed in 1990 and until 2012 it had the greatest depth range of any manned research vehicle ...
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