FASINEX was a study of the response of the upper ocean to atmospheric forcing in the vicinity of an oceanic front in the subtropical convergence zone southwest of Bermuda. the response of the lower atmosphere in that vicinity to the oceanic front, and the associated two-way interaction between ocean and atmosphere. FASINEX began in January 1986, concluded in June 1986 and included an intensive period in February and March. The experiment took place in the vicinity of 27 deg N, 70 deg W where sea-surface-temperature fronts are climatologically common. Measurements were made from ships, aircraft etc. This report summarizes the mooring deployment and recovery cruises. FASINEX Phase One, the development cruise, located a frontal feature mapped it and set an array of surface and profiling current meter moorings across the front. Phase Three, the recovery cruise returned to the FASINEX area to retrieve the instrumentation that had been on station for six months. Additional measurements were made in the frontal region during these cruises. The activities carried out and the underway data collected on these two cruises, details of the moored array and a preliminary statement of the data return from the array, and the data telemetered from the moored array via ARGOS are summarized. Keywords: Air sea interactions.