M/V Cindy Marié is the latest addition to the Chustz Surveying Fleet. Joining the fleet in the summer of 2010 the boat is a 28’-6” LOA survey platform for both inland and coastal waterway use. This boat was designed and custom built to CSI’s direct specifications as a survey vessel conforming to all of the requirements of the most current hydrographic survey standards. The frame structure complies with USCG 33 CFR Subchapter “I” Cargo Vessel regulations and all fuel systems are USCG approved as per USCG 33 CFR. This is CSI’s second bathymetry-terrestrial Lidar vessel. With its oversized moon pool and sensors located at the vessels center of buoyancy, this survey boat puts into practice all of the most current technical guidelines on hydrographic survey requirements. Through the use of industry standard attachment points, all sensors and systems can be interchanged depending on the project requirements. With a fully climate controlled cabin, the system can accommodate multiple sensor applications. High resolution Sidescan, Singlebeam, Multibeam and Terrestrial Lidar surveys can be conducted simultaneously with this vessel. The Cindy Marié is named after owner, Jimmy Chustz’s late sister, Cindy Marié Chustz (1960 – 2005).