Last updated: Friday, 17. April 2015 20:45 UTC Local time GMT -3
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The James Clark Ross Daily Update page is back. Following the long flight from the UK, via Ascension Island, to the Falkland Islands, I am now back on board the ship and over the coming days the this page will be back to normal with the Daily Menu and satellite weather image.
The current plan is to depart the berth at FIPASS, Stanley, on Sunday afternoon. Depending on how the mobilisation for the science cruise we may anchor in Port William and depart the Falkland Islands on Monday. I will have more information on the science in the coming days.
The James Clark Ross alongside FIPASS, Stanley, this afternoon.
The new berth at the eastern end of Stanley Harbour in use today. This support vessel departed shortly after I took the picture and was replaced by a heavy lift ship soon after.
Stores for the ship waiting to be lifted on board this afternoon.
The Underway Instrument Control (UIC) Room starting to fill with science equipment as the ship mobilises for the next cruise.
Support technicians getting some of the equipment ready for deployment.
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