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Making Offshore research accessible

GMSO Works With…

Government Agencies

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Educational Institutions

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Private Research and ngos

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Government Agencies

GMSO is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) registered in SAM to easily provide services to Government agencies around the country.

Staff is experienced with government contracting. 

NAICS Codes: 483112; 483114; 483212; 541370; 541990

DUNS: 112868001

Vessels will be UNOLS RVSS compliant. 

Educational Institutions

Affordability and Flexibility to meet graduate and post-doc requirements for near-shore and smaller projects.

Vessels will be UNOLS RVSS compliant.

Crews with scientific backgrounds to support educational fieldtrips.

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Private Research and NGOs

Support established NGOs to meet programmatic goals and efficiently expand the organization’s impact.

Captain Miller, an active member of The Explorers Club, is fully qualified and excited to support your adventure and studies.

Small Businesses specialize in many ocean based endeavors, but many cannot afford their own vessel or only have occasional need: Environmental impact studies for sustainable offshore development, oil spill monitoring, benthic surveys, coastal erosion, offshore pipelines, private research, and archeological studies to name a few.  

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Did you know that 80% of proposed ocean science research projects do not happen due to the massive cost and limited availability of research vessels? Most of the current inventory of vessels are large ships. Very few smaller vessels are available at affordable rates to meet the basic needs of the majority of science at sea - science essential to understanding our changing oceans and climate.

GMSO’s team is highly qualified to address the lack of efficient research vessels in the nation. With your help, we can enable more scientists to get out to sea to conduct critical research on climate, ocean plastics, and more!

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