2013 Nautilus Expeditions

2013 Expedition Season

From June through November of 2013, Exploration Vessel Nautilus will explore the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Our rotating Corps of Exploration aboard EV Nautilus will be mapping the geological, biological, archaeological and chemical aspects of these regions to depths of approximately 2000 meters. During the expedition, we will be sharing our discoveries live on the web via telepresence technology.

The 2013 expedition season consists of multiple cruise legs and began off the U.S. coast in the Gulf of Mexico. Subsequent cruise legs are bringing the ship and the Nautilus Corps of Exploration to the Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Montserrat, and Grenada in the Caribbean Sea.

2013 Nautilus Expeditions

Natural Hydrocarbon Detection Mapping

Jul 8 – 17, 2013
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Shipwreck 15577 - The Monterrey Wreck

Jul 17 – 25, 2013
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Natural Hydrocarbon Detection ROV/AUV

Jul 28 – Aug 12, 2013
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Galveston to Cayman Transit

Aug 13 – 18, 2013
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Cayman Rise

Aug 19 – 30, 2013
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Greater Antilles

Oct 4 – 18, 2013
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Kick’em Jenny & Trinidad Tar Seeps

Nov 1 – 16, 2013
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Expedition Map

Map of Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean with 2013 expedition locations marked
Ocean Exploration Trust