scientific research vessel


scientific research vessel
a vessel owned or chartered by, and controlled by, a foreign government agency, a national government agency, a university, an international treaty organization, or a scientific institution. The vessel must have scientific research as its exclusive mission during the scientific cruise in question and its operations must be conducted in accordance with a scientific research plan

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