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    • Celebrate Spring with Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, Savannah, GA

      Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary protects Georgia’s special live-bottom wildlife habitat in the Atlantic Ocean and along the southeastern U.S. coast, an area teeming with diversity and an abundance of marine life.


      Fall gorgonians at GRNMS credit Greg McFall

      These sea fans at Gray’s Reef are animals classified as cnidaria (naɪˈdɛəriə), a family containing over 11,000 aquatic species found mainly in our ocean. Photo credit: Greg McFall/GRNMS

      R/V Joe Ferguson

      Calling all Captains!

      Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, a unit of the University of Georgia, seeks applications to fill an immediate need for a Captain / Marine Operations Coordinator with NOAA/Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary.

      This position serves as Master of the R/V Joe Ferguson, a 41 ft research vessel, and the R/V Sam Gray, a 36 ft research vessel operated by Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary. In coordination with the Vessel Operations Coordinator (VOC), ensures effective vessel operation and safety of ship and crew personnel to successfully complete science cruise missions. This is a full time position with time/effort split between cruises (<120 days per year with average duration of 10hrs) and shore duties.  For more information on the duties and responsibilities, training and experience, and how to apply click here


      Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade

      Be on the lookout for the Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary float during the Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 16. We will bring the reef to the street and showcase the treasures of the sea during the “Hostess City” of the south’s 195th heritage parade. Take pictures of the Gray’s Reef float and share them with us at  #graysreef

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