Gallery November 7, 2019 By Jacqueline Sylvia The original VIMS Acrobat on its maiden voyage.DO data provided by the VIMS Acrobat.Shallow draft for coastal and freshwater towings.Adding an ADCP.Shallow water Acrobat.Spiral Acrobat tow off the coast of Italy.The basic Acrobat adapted to carry a suite of optical sensors.The smallest Acrobat model on display at Governors confernece. Acrobat adapted to support multibeam surveys. Quick release pins facilitate fast paylaod changes in the field. Canadian Great Lakes Acrobat survey using Acrobat modified for shallow water ops. For shallow water operations, the Acrobat wings are reversed with the lift surfaces up. Canadian DFO-GL operating from a larger research boat with an Acrobat system. Mounting larger wings on an Acrobat during customer field training in Massachusetts. Learning the art of attaching a vectran tow loop for safely towing an Acrobat. Acrobat supporting an SBE49 CTD in a small Skid frame.3 Acrobat wing options, interchangeable in the field. USGS Acrobat with HS camera payload being towed among coral reefs.Dr. Peter Winsor taking a Casagrande coffee break during an Acrobat tow in Alaska waters.Joint URI GSO and WHOI research in Alaska using an Acrobat system.