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NEFSC’s Gloria Michelle undergoes a major overhaul

Gloria Michelle captain, LTJG Douglas Pawlishen, aboard his vessel at the Yank Marine shipyard in Tuckahoe, NJ. (LTJG Douglas Pawlishen/NEFSC photo)

Gloria Michelle captain, LTJG Douglas Pawlishen, aboard his vessel at the Yank Marine shipyard in Tuckahoe, NJ. (LTJG Douglas Pawlishen/NEFSC photo)

WOODS HOLE, MA – NOAA Corps LTJG Douglas Pawlishen, the officer-in-charge of the 72’ fisheries research stern trawler Gloria Michelle, says he had no problem finding help renovating this venerable mainstay of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center’s fleet.

“It was a real team effort,” said Pawlishen,  who took command in December 2014.

“I did get help from everyone at the science center.”

“It’s pretty special to us,” said science center communication specialist Shelley Dawicki.

“It’s an integral part of the science center.  We see the boat at the dock every day when it’s not underway for research.”

Dawicki noted that the current chief of the center’s operations branch, John Moakley, is the original captain of the vessel who took the lead in acquiring it some 36 years ago…

 

 



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