D. J. Angus

D.J. Angus

The D. J. Angus serves researchers and educational groups from her berth at Harbor Island in Grand Haven, Michigan. The vessel was built and endowed in 1985 and launched in 1986.

Length: 45 feet
Beam: 14 feet Draft: 4 feet Engine: Cummins 6BT5.9
Tonnage: 22.5 tons

Sampling areas include the Grand River, Spring Lake, and Lake Michigan. The D. J. Angus has served groups from 28 counties in Michigan and beyond.

There is no seating on the D. J. Angus and it has limited accessibility for passengers with disabilities. Questions about accessibility should be directed to Capt. Eric Hecox at (616) 331-3986 or [email protected].

Other questions including scheduling should be directed to Cheryl Kastas at [email protected]. Here is a link to the location of the D.J. Angus at Harbor Island in Grand Haven, Michigan.

For more detailed information, please click on the link below at the Great Lakes Association of Science Ships:
Great Lakes Science Vessels - D. J. Angus


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