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Operator: TUT - Tallinn University of Technology
Vessel Type: Research Vessel
Vessel Class: Regional
Operational Area: Baltic Sea
Endurance: 5 days
Scientist berths: 12
Multipurpose research vessel which carries out a wide variety of survey operations in the Baltic Sea region, including oceanographic surveys, buoy handling operations, environmental sampling, and geological surveying. The vessel is newly renovated and has modern facilities for work (two laboratories and seminar room) and accommodation (including air conditioning, sauna etc). The laboratory is equipped with fume hood, destillator (reverse osmosis), deep freezers etc. Internet access is available in the areas of GSM coverage.
Onboard scientific equipment:
Idronaut OCEAN SEVEN 320Plus WOCE-CTD Multiparameter Probe including Idronaut Dissolved Oxygen Sensor;
Mobile scientific equipment on request:
RV Salme can provide a range of additional mobile equipment for various tasks including a variety of optical sensors and additional sampling equipment, grabs and corers. Laboratory equipment like nutrient autoanalyzer, filtering devices, FlowCAM etc may be installed onboard.
Science support by crew:
24 h support for scientific work and technical support when needed.
Availability for EUROFLEETS:
RV Salme is being made available to the EUROFLEETS project for a total of 20 days for one or two cruises, this duration can be extended to a maximum of 26 days for well evaluated projects, subject to budget availability. The vessel will be available for work in the Baltic Sea in the fast ice free period.
Travel and shipment costs:
Travelling costs for cruise participants and the shipment of equipment to the port of mobilisation and back from the port of demobilisation will be reimbursed up to a maximum of 15.000€. If higher costs are incurred they have to be covered by the applicant.
Requirements for scientist:
For the technical specifications please see the EurOcean European Research Vessels InfoBase at