Miss Linda Boat Charters
Oceanographic Research Vessel
Serving the Oregon, Washington and California
From Charleston / Coos Bay
ABOUT MISS LINDA
Miss Linda was a 76' fishing
vessel.  Now she is a beautiful
Charter Research Vessel.  She
was built in 1989 in Coden,
Alabama.  She worked as a
fishing vessel on the Pacific
Coast until she was converted to
a charter research vessel in
2004 and continues to expand
her versatility and capabilities.
OUR SERVICE AREA
We serve the entire Pacific Coast as an Oceanographic Research Vessel.

SOME OF OUR CUSTOMER BASE
We mainly work as a Research Vessel, deploying and recovering Buoys, ROVs and a variety of other research and
test equipment for Oregon State University (OSU), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), SCRIPPS Institute of Oceanography (SCRIPPS), Teledyne
, Anamar
and OCEANA.  We have also served as a Diving platform for the US Navy Underwater Construction Diving Team.  
(See Respective Charters Photos above)

SOME OF OUR MAJOR FEATURES
We have a 22'X34' work deck with 2,500 lb tie downs on a 4'X4' pattern across the entire deck.  We have a 10,000 lb
crane, an articulating stern A-Frame with 600' of 3/8" cable, a deck winch for recovery of moorings etc, a starboard
side Power/Crab Block with an Articulating Davit, a port side Davit with a Capstan for CTD's etc, and a capstan with
vertical or horizontal capability.  We also have a Bow Thruster for Station Keeping while working with ROVs and a
large towing bit that will handle 200 gross ton vessels.  
(See Outside Features Photos)

OUR CREW
Our US Coast Guard licensed Captains and Mates also hold Homeland Security TWIC cards.
Each member of the
Crew is part of a drug testing consortium and is
First Aid and CPR Certified
(See Crew Photos)
For Information or Reservations
Call
Office 541-888-2128
Captains Cell 541-290-3205
email us here
Miss Linda is For Sale while we continue our ongoing operations