Must you be so proud that I have none?! Dappy eenglish, your mother was a hampster, and your father smelt of elder-berries! (I watched Monty Python & the Quest for the Holy Grail recently. ) Now be quiet or I shall taunt you a second time.
Outside, the first group got a look at the Zephyr, an MBARI vessel. The later group left the hallowed halls just as the Ventana arrived at the dock upon a different boat.
The "arms" in the photo of Ventana hold large canisters and their "lids" for top and bottom. The jars they return with are essentially acrylic tubes with caps that are removed from top and bottom until the desired sample is within. Then the "arms" slide the top and bottom over the openings to secure whatever specimen.
We had a closer look on board. Lights are necessary to see anything at the depth Ventana reaches, 1500 meters. The camera is adjustable, but as the people on board see everything on screen and without depth (not to mention while the object of interest is moving), focusing is difficult.