Yacht for Sale: Suited for Sailing, Surfing, and Seaborne Metagenomics | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Craig Venter is selling the yacht that has enabled him to circumnavigate the world and perform oceanographic metagenomic research, GenomeWeb Daily News has learned.
 
JCVI spokesperson Heather Kowalski confirmed that Venter is selling the boat, a 95-foot-long, 23-foot-wide sloop named Sorcerer II, saying that it has been on the market for “a while.” She did not elaborate, but said it may have been on the block while it was being used this summer performing research.  
 

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