List of research vessels by country

Following is a list of research vessels by country:

Argentina

Australia

Bangladesh

  • RV Meen Shandhani

Belgium

Bermuda

Brazil

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Denmark

See also List of Danish research ships, which includes ships used only for expeditions

  • Aurora (2014-present)
  • Biologen (1932-1964)
  • Dana I (1920-1922)
  • Dana II (1921-1935)
  • Dana III (1937-1980)
  • Dana IV (1981-present)
  • Sallingsund 1899-1932)
  • Thor (1902-1919)

Finland

  • Aranda (1953-1989)
  • Aranda (1989–present)
  • Muikku
  • Aurelia
  • Seili I
  • Seili II
  • Geomari
  • Kaiku
  • Saduria

France

  • RV Jean Charcot (1965-)[3]
  • RV Côte d'Aquitaine
  • RV Côtes de la Manche
  • RV Gwen-Drez
  • RV Atalante
  • RV Europe
  • RV Curieuse
  • RV Suroît
  • RV Marion Dufresne
  • RV Pourquoi Pas?
  • RV Thalassa
  • RV Thalia
  • RV Thethys II

Germany

Greece

  • RV Aegaeo
  • RV Philia

Iceland

  • RV Árni Friðriksson
  • RV Bjarni Sæmundsson

India

Iran

Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science

Ireland

  • RV Celtic Explorer
  • RV Celtic Voyager
  • RV Keary
  • RV Geo
  • RV Tonn
  • M.V. Cosantóir Bradán

Italy

  • RV Andrea
  • RV Astrea
  • RV Cerruti
  • RV Dallaporta
  • RV Furetto
  • RV Italica
  • RV Luigi Sanzo
  • RV Maria Grazia
  • RV Minerva Uno
  • RV OGS Explora
  • RV Regione Lazio 1
  • RV Tecnopesca II
  • RV Trer
  • RV Andromeda
  • RV Futura

Italian Navy

Japan

  • RV Chikyuu
  • RV Hakurei Maru
  • RV Hakuho Maru
  • RV Kairei
  • RV Kaiyo
  • RV Mirai (formerly, Mutsu)
  • RV Natsushima
  • RV Shigen (formerly, RV Ramform Victory of Petroleum Geo-Services)
  • RV Umitaka Maru
  • RV Yokosuka
  • RV Nisshin Maru

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force operated vessels

  • Shirase
  • JS Suma (AGS-5103)
  • JS Wakasa (AGS-5104)
  • JS Nichinan (AGS-5105)
  • JS Shonan (AGS-5106)

Lebanon

  • RV Cana cnrs

Mauritania

  • RV Almoravide
  • RV N´diago
  • RV Al Awam
  • RV Amrigue


Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

  • RV G.M. Dannevig
  • RV Johan Hjort
  • RV Helmer Hanssen (Jan Mayen)
  • RV Håkon Mosby
  • RV Dr Fridtjof Nansen
  • RV Johan Ruud
  • RV G.O. Sars
  • RV Trygve Braarud
  • RV Bjørn Føyn
  • RV Lance

Pakistan

  • SV BEHR PAIMA

Peru

Philippines

Poland

  • ORP Arctowski
  • ORP Heweliusz
  • ORP Kopernik
  • RV Baltica
  • RV Doktor Lubecki
  • RV IMOR
  • RV Kaszubski Brzeg
  • RV Oceania
  • RV Oceanograf 1
  • RV Oceanograf 2
  • ORP Planeta (retired)
  • ORP Zodiak (retired)
  • RV Birkut (retired)
  • RV Hydromet (retired)
  • RV Pomorzanin (retired)
  • RV Professor Bogucki (retired)
  • RV Profesor Siedlecki (scrapped)
  • RV Wieczno (retired)

Portugal

  • MV Capricornio
  • MV Noruega
  • RV Arquipélago

Romania

  • RV Mare Nigrum

Soviet Union/Russia[7][8]

  • RV Aisberg-II (decommissioned)
  • RV Akademik A. Karpinsky
  • RV Akademik Aleksandr Nesmeyanov (decommissioned)
  • RV Akademik Aleksandr Sidorenko (decommissioned)
  • RV Akademik Boris Petrov
  • RV Akademik Fersman
  • RV Akademik Fyodorov
  • RV Akademik Ioffe
  • RV Akademik Korolyov (decommissioned)
  • RV Akademik Kurchatov (decommissioned)
  • RV Akademik Lazarev
  • RV Akademik M.A.Lavrentyev
  • RV Akademik Mstislav Keldysh
  • RV Akademik Nemchinov
  • RV Akademik Nikolay Strakhov
  • RV Akademik Oparin
  • RV Akademik Sergey Vavilov
  • RV Akademik Shatskiy
  • RV Akademik Shokalskiy
  • RV Akvanavt (decommissioned)
  • RV Aleksei Chirikov (decommissioned)
  • RV Alexey Maryshev
  • RV Amur (decommissioned)
  • RV Anatoliy Zhilinskiy
  • RV Andrei Vilkitzky (decommissioned)
  • RV Arktika (decommissioned)
  • RV Artemida (decommissioned)
  • RV Atlantida
  • RV Atlantniro
  • RV Atlas
  • RV Atmosfera (decommissioned)
  • RV Bar
  • RV Belomor
  • RV Boris Davidov (decommissioned)
  • RV Briz (decommissioned)
  • RV Buran (decommissioned)
  • RV Dalniye Zelentsy
  • RV Dmitriy Ovtsyn
  • RV Dmitriy Mendeleev (decommissioned)
  • RV Dmitry Peskov
  • RV Eduard Tolly (decommissioned)
  • RV Faddey Bellinsgausen (decommissioned)
  • RV Fyodor Matisen (decommissioned)
  • RV Fritiof Nansen
  • RV Fyodor Litke (decommissioned)
  • RV Gals (decommissioned)
  • RV Gelendzhik
  • RV Geo Arctic
  • RV Geofizik
  • RV Geolog Dmitriy Nalivkin
  • RV Gidrobiolog
  • RV Gidrolog (decommissioned)
  • RV Gidrofizik (decommissioned)
  • RV Gigrometr (decommissioned)
  • RV Glubina (decommissioned)
  • RV Grigoriy Mikheyev
  • RV Groza (decommissioned)
  • RV Impuls (decommissioned)
  • RV Iskatel-5
  • RV Ivan Kireyev
  • RV Ivan Kruzenshtern
  • RV Ivan Petrov
  • RV Jakov Smirnitskiy
  • RV Kapitan Dranitsyn
  • RV Kol'skaja
  • RV Kompas (decommissioned)
  • RV Leonid Morozov (decommissioned)
  • RV Lugovoe (decommissioned)
  • RV Mangazeya (decommissioned)
  • RV Metan (decommissioned)
  • RV Mikhail Verbitskiy
  • RV Mirazh
  • RV Murmanskaja (decommissioned)
  • RV Nikolay Yevgenov (decommissioned)
  • RV Okean (decommissioned)
  • RV Pamyat Merkuriya (decommissioned)
  • RV Pavel Bashmakov (decommissioned)
  • RV Pavel Gordienko
  • RV Persey (operated between 1922 and 1941, the first Soviet research vessel)
  • RV Pomor (decommissioned)
  • RV Priboy
  • RV Priliv (decommissioned)
  • RV Professor Bogorov
  • RV Professor Gagarinskiy
  • RV Professor Kaganovskiy
  • RV Professor Khromov
  • RV Professor Kurentsov
  • RV Professor Logachev
  • RV Professor Molchanov (decommissioned)
  • RV Professor Multanovskyi
  • RV Professor Polshkov
  • RV Professor Rjabinkin
  • RV Professor Shtokman
  • RV Professor Vladimir Kuztensov
  • RV Professor Zubov (decommissioned)
  • RV Ptotr Kottsov
  • RV Rift
  • RV Roumb (decommissioned)
  • RV Semyon Dezhnev
  • RV Sergey Kravkov
  • RV Shelf (decommissioned)
  • RV Smolensk (decommissioned)
  • RV Taimyr
  • RV Tantal (decommissioned)
  • RV Tor
  • RV Vadim Popov (decommissioned)
  • RV Valentin Shashin (decommissioned)
  • RV Valerian Uryvayev (decommissioned)
  • RV Viktor Buynitskiy
  • RV Vityaz (III) (retired)
  • RV Vityaz (IV) (decommissioned)
  • RV Vladimir Sukhoskiyv
  • RV Vsevolod Timonov (decommissioned)
  • RV Vulkanolog Вулканолог (судно) (decommissioned)
  • RV Vyacheslav Frolov
  • RV Yakov Smirnitskiy
  • RV Yantar (decommissioned)
  • RV Yaroslavets (decommissioned)
  • RV Yuzhmorgeologiya
  • RV Zapolyarjye
  • RV Zenit (decommissioned)

South Africa

Spain

Armada Española

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

  • BO Sarmiento de Gamboa
  • BO García del Cid
  • BO Mytilus

Instituto Español de Oceanografía

  • BIO Angeles Alvariño
  • BIO Ramón Margalef

Secretaría General del Mar

  • BIO Miguel Oliver
  • BIO Intermares
  • BIO Emma Bardán

Turkey

Taiwan (Republic of China)

Taiwan Ocean Research Institute

Republic of China Navy

United Kingdom

Natural Environment Research Council

  • RV Sepia Plymouth Marine Laboratory
  • RV Squilla Plymouth Marine Laboratory
  • RV Tamaris Plymouth Marine Laboratory
  • OWS Cumulus (Ocean Weather Ship)

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton

RRS Discovery (III), retired at the end of 2012 after 50 years's service.

British Antarctic Survey

Scottish Association for Marine Science

  • RV Calanus
  • RV Seol Mara

Newcastle University

University Marine Biological Station Millport

(London & Glasgow Universities)

University of Wales

(Swansea)

  • RV Noctiluca

Cardiff University

  • RV Coda Octopus Guiding Light

P&O Maritime

(Bangor University)

  • RV Prince Madog

PEML, University of Liverpool

  • RV Roagan
  • RV Marisa of Liverpool

Marine Scotland

  • FRV Alba na Mara
  • FRV Scotia

Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science

Environment Agency

(National Marine Service)

Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Northern Ireland

Gardline Geoservices Ltd

  • RV Coastal Surveyor
  • RV Ocean Discovery
  • RV Ocean Endeavour
  • RV Ocean Observer
  • RV Ocean Researcher formerly RRS Charles Darwin
  • RV Ocean Seeker
  • RV Triton

Others

United States

Florida Institute of Oceanography

  • RV Bellows
  • RV Suncoaster

Oregon State University

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Marine Biological Laboratory

  • RV Gemma

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

  • RV John H. Martin
  • RV Point Sur
  • RV Sheila B

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

http://www.moc.noaa.gov/flt_char.htm

Ocean Alliance

  • RV Odyssey

Schmidt Ocean Institute

  • RV Falkor

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

United States Antarctic Program

United States Environmental Protection Agency

United States Navy

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Others

Vietnam

Survey ships

Argentina

Australia

Canada

Chile

  • AGS 61 Cabo de Hornos (2013)

France

Greece

  • HS Naftilos (A-478)
  • HS Pytheas (A-474)
  • HS Strabon (A-476)

India

  • INS Mesh (J34)
  • INS Sandhayak (J18)
  • INS Nirdeshak (J19)
  • INS Nirupak (J14)
  • INS Investigator (J15)
  • INS Jamuna (J16)
  • INS Sutlej (J17)
  • INS Darshak (J20)
  • INS Sarvekshak (J22)

Italy

  • Aretusa A5304
  • Galatea A5308
  • Ammiraglio Magnaghi A5303

Japan

  • AGS Shonan
  • AGS Nichinan
  • AGS Suma
  • AGS Futami

Netherlands

New Zealand

Poland

Republic of Korea

  • ROKS Sincheonji
  • ROKS Sinsegi
  • R/V ISABU

South Africa

Spain

  • BIO Hespérides
  • B/O Sarmiento de Gamboa
  • B/O García del Cid
  • A-23 Antares
  • A-24 Rigel
  • A-31 Malaspina
  • A-32 Tofiño
  • A-91 Astrolabio
  • A-92 Escándalo

Taiwan (Republic of China)

United Kingdom - Royal Navy

Humber Sentinel

United States

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