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Class S-274, SEA Semester: Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures and Ecosystems (SPICE) departed campus on September 22, 2017 and will sail the SSV Robert C. Seamans from American Samoa to Auckland, New Zealand making several island nation stops along the way. You can find the ship's blog and podcast, Sea Stories, here. Class C-275 SEA Semester: Ocean Exploration, is still on campus finishing their shore term and will meet the SSV Corwith Cramer in October.
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Greetings from the SSV Corwith Cramer,
Today begins the sea component of class C-275 in SEA Semester’s Ocean Exploration Program. All of our students boarded the Corwith Cramer today at 0800 hours and joined the ship’s company as student crew.
Another day, another meal. Like most people’s lives on the boat, my daily routine revolves around food, but to a higher degree than others, because I’m the Steward. My day tends to begin around 0430 when I rise to make breakfast, followed by the baking of midnight snack and the preparation of morning snack to be served by 1000. I catch a break before starting lunch prep at 1030 and putting out afternoon snack after class at 1600. All of this before starting dinner prep at 1630, with my day ending around 1900.